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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1918.
With the Boys in Britain Heroes Appear in I'nson and on Sn-rtn at Y Shown in test Cam pit. A hu rsl.nj- y:'i of r.Olir'it mill-, nfar on it li-i.' I. -I ..I ' "ll!'-il i it 1 1 1 r i tie A II;.- o. 1 in.- ,1 I t,"l . 1 li I " I'll!- (Py r.KOUnE T I'.Yi: ) T DMJi'iN. Juno "3 -S'iiiii li' rr I near In 'hi- i k,y distance ft ,ity. We should tit? tilde see If from lit re. If W" w.-'e America, for there would !' s"'ai nf heads of street !. "t Jv. Tilts KnKland. and Ml lu-:ht H t hf" lilt-'ht tui'air i.u.l p" ' i t . : . . The lieutenant and I walk down the mad, will, many i. sinindiM.1 before and behind im I' ' si r:, n.'e'.v unlet If thin wrr. America .ml the rmintry we would l' h"-iir.iirf to" lowing of rattle, creaking uf -li ii ti rs, a Janicle at null ran', or " rorv'i'.iH cluck from a chicken e.i.it. l.ut thl Is Knnliind, ami t""l '"" re Immediately about n In a mill fnrv rnnervat ion. ni t' of the reserva tion, taken over almost wnniiy i.yniirmmi'i m Yank. I ' '- " In atl the blot of Mark that enve-jti.M "f i'Ii.ii lope u if have fropicnt relief lulls a snram , fi MO h !l t i: h .. If I. C. A . in the hIii,-.,! you ft .- fit. in :t tonic Soil!' I'.l. hi. t. VV. i 1 I 'In nml on nur rl;hl, "Hi s'y, that bloke ' polished. They not a. hit iiiuih;ed ID tin in niij fiiimyl" nd I couldn't no very wctl.'Ilut, to I : i j r Tommies and Yanks tiro nil! tell the truth, vmi didn't have to that ml", u, iii the iiudlcriec, which we I day. a' garden wall of boehis soon discover a'l we probe around in marches out for you, and hell, yon the dai kn-ss for n eeat. .Nollim i an nu a wan u you ie a u.,ii n...... 'rinfT fi iflnr r-c ri if CI liMJT rinai uUtvCdoruu ruiun i OVER MOUNTAINS OF ANDES In', We ' old i t from the mid man of ! I rt.Ksiiy I did not waste otiij snot, .'.'., a I, loomln' seat here, j And tlun - --" a Tommy. Hut "' w.mwn : hive 'a i -m ho mum oinmodated will, 1 f -' 1 W.V.0 What via to f isy. fr.,,,1 III,' . M ' . A. entcna ininrrj reiarv m hityn I hunt nnnily some i' IVi... elm irs way up v' -1 ('.' A secretary is ; h r ! r.R plr t u t e ha d romc to a n end jioiin'tinu awny in ,invtim,.,ii,i I the audieni.e when the h I'll' fl.i.s'MllK k " 1 " f 1 J! -. I'-.-l ,';HMi Ihe-iter an. I. ill! .-p. liil.K ai.d I'looillK " : in. t Is . I U,.' 1 1 I ill ll. li lull. a !.,;,!'. I m ll.,. tin iter in th. :,! n,.nii a '., I t'.iur . .. I " id i' . .: n, in i i- uu: i ii.,i , -i AMKKI'WN'' M V A. Ill,- fr.' Kvi t -.-!,. ' ' , , I I ' 'I ' ,M' .11 I' I'l'-TI Kl..- . , MI'SI'' A ' -i-n.-r.il ':. I Tin,,.. 1 i ; i: i : i""r. am. AMI T' i M Ml I'M. i An li;:hi r n V. . ,n- II ', Hi, , ,'li.i,,.n "Th., wu I ui,, i'- iiu aiiiii Af;,r Cliarley t'ha,liM, there I a nil of i,r:i iiil lii.ii. in war uctur' iii.it -ta-ii, ,-im "f whlMperinK and i r i . . 1 1 ' r : 1 1 K "1 'f they "all that ti . i ;?' y,ii In ar one ludicnant t,,j,;.. ai me i. II v,u HnmethlnK. V ink. 'I ' ' I' "i" v. Hal had Ih. it rii.ii.l tnit,;,if.,' e. .i.ld have Htnod ,,, .,ii,M I,. i, U of ,l.- at Arrart and , .,, ..' ii "how than t hl " "Ih t! 1 the l anyhody here who wan at lil of Air. iii''" he a-ki'd mill- ,f Hi V A N K : 'e i,,,-n th, ,-l Ih. K'lV I',.: I: " U.ir I ti'i' I" ' I 1 1 v wni'l I- i i w t!,M- l.l.i, lo M..r. ,!'! A I..-,,,m ami l,''i'" the Ai ,, . ,, I V I -' t fit ;: it that l l,;i l w.i of Air.li. officii, inn," i, ad 'he I!' nn i". ami mavl.fi the n ,..d V'-t. h., , Th.i t wan t he ro.id I d ' ji it ' I no road to w I'Uily ".ny man w ho wan at tho .' i)V i.i l-Hille of Atian will pieime hold up;'a(,h to hie hand ' 1 Ii ynex the lonch hand of (,ur Tummy ' friend lie look!! round, Willi oilier Viiiiks and Tniiitnleit, for other liindh, hut tlore l no other. "V)i.,'i ! ia,ii-wIioois a it'i-iit'-rn Yank, and the hand l,anhfully wi:h ili.iWM liriru the ulr while the theat er Mtiaki-H with iheers. "Would you mind t. -111111; Ihe ernWd alioui the I, .it'l, ?'' Invite.H the Y niaii, "Ye, i, .me through with It," oh a Yank when the Tommv Hie-,. "t.'oirin on, old fellow, re f-,r you H'toi'tf," coaxi.i anoWi- on iur lift I lie "Silvertowh Cord Tifes I lie in Juit 1,1-twe-n rr - H. A. S -lil-t h, n-'H his hatt'.-i Tommv nervouHlv tflu lo nev '"lilt up Ht tin ; r....i, rlisos ),) hands 111 t.i' k of reman, h of a forent ; ,, a, j .. t H th m winir to hit n th.. time 1 h-irned to kee, ,,),. Hi n,,,,, , f,,,M them on h-.j e int-1-en ol me ttail maun wen hrea.st. "I (tin t no Hoe.iker," he l.e- kIiih, with Vermillion, d ire ' don't know ha I have ni'eh I'. t.-'.l you. l s all u llltln of the (utile mrt in Kl'Mtiee. A hulthi l-l a 1,-iMle. and onre you'te in one of 'eln, you i;ll"v tvhat all 'ire like. l.a.n ni'ik'a a h:l of tliffi-i eni-e Homelim.-s. iii.-l in id. und hliow , mid Hometluo s llio t o h -UM'd a hit ro'-re t,;.iM ttian oiher tlllie, Tin y,,u (e-l ll, weari , that, dan. tied mit'lt- -hut H'', '!'..' t lilritf to do. hoyM. and "'l 'an til,. rny word lor It. that t-it.- in no daniier frotu can a hu,B an ...u w e ,'r your iiuiHk. "Then-'ii hometliinsc In knowiut; Wil j;ol him In ked, m ho h .- i.;r ", of ,1 v.-i ; i me ol,',- IV, I. -mines r (.'"lo-r'Un-'ii in The tier ire h,.v luluv I hr lire all IB, & Ro Co ire l. B. BASS II. L. ROTH District Representatives Tenth and Main Phone 2367 only lu' ain'l Con Id in-, Ue I lo .-ei Unit he m-ik'-s hm t want'" then- IIUltiM d'-ll't .-H,'l to lives they h k.- as Ioiik a a few loitw in r, a that HlllilNhed I , hell "Now Arras wa Jut nnother of lh flKhiH. I w..s In the - -Ih dlvl lon, and they t,,, i' to hold tm'tit, whleh we did. Then when they turned mi looee, why wo went for u;d. Just iih ue rould havft done riKlit riniiK, only we wast hearing ue,ure that, they wanted kept on im. ' And vvu dljti'l mind no preH Mire. Thar huw It wan. The pic ture was pretty rood, hut you (jot to lo-iir and emell and taste & hut lle to kninv what one's like really." He awkwardly nat.. down, and the Arirriiilno Avlittor I!rv AiIvithc Air i uitciiIm ami T.anfia With out .VvluVllt. l!l'i:,-, Alliril. June "2. A ft oi M.tirw f:-ui''M Btleii.pt. the Ar jii'titite m...iii'y f,yirm rorpit ha Iti.-hleve.i . one ;real nmhillon -the rroxiiin.t of the And" niountattu in a he-i yi.T-than-alr martilne. Al thoiiKh the Andi-H had heen croKt(ed is. no one ever had been t over them with an iiir- 1-lMiie, tl,, .unh many tried, una f iiiume N. a !,,.! rv, ihe lull of an American, l.st his life Ih the attempt Konie y ais -iloi. The sin - -ssful f!l,-lit has JuM been made h T.-ut. I.uls . t'andelarla if the At.;. Mine army, In -a ma- ihir.e of eilit hoi'.' p.,er i I'.eeiiuse of Ih" many fa. In re and j the ilmijt r-,iis air i nirente. the wr , ii,.i.ii i-.ii tii. i.fii-.-.l to permit anyj in in v at'.-tiMiiH to he made In the i rrtilon tmir Mendoii and Knv it eons. uii t-' i '.'iii-lel u'la's fllnht onlf Mi eon-in:,, n thai it h made on the t!ilr' .iiii.th parallel of latilitde. To" f:. I:' was made from 7.nyi ii In Aii;,i;tiiia to Cunro. a etraixht hm (' .' i lire miles Til.- rn r. i..ip lias .-,n altitude, or J.iiiu mm. ,-,'S. an I i is hf-lieved Ih-'if the flight u ,i m at a. rinieli hiKher atlturte 1,, .e,,,,'i l,-..,dinK fai'llltie In rae of i I, r.t "1'he rr..siiiit was made ,, a i,.i-i , f the rountry whleh has i , ' ' i ih.e eotn mil n I r. i' Ion with J I.- world and ltu (leiium oi I fiitlit were not expeetoe! unni I.;,- hi mint t'apdelaria returned 'o t'.ueo'.s Aires to make hi report : , i !o- w.i" department. '.,.,, I 'a ; . i Is ortp of the mot .,.-r,m..:n of the. Artrentlne Avlntorfl. I ,le t ,,n,.!eied hi tlyintc course In j .. rriolllllS e lu-t I. . Tore his sueresriil rlluht Apperson Anniversary Eight if approximately Hi ,-ini.un ranK" In thl h I ,Tt,,il,.'-irri niad" K'-venil trial fllKht tor atti'inle to put his machine to sev, re t.-st before trusting It to the winds of the Andes. WOMEN'S WAGES GOING UP Ilaly races Problem nf I'avlni; lire I i-iiialo Help In 1 art'trlcs. nnMK, dune 22 Woman' labor has doul.ieil In price rttiiinr; the pal six months, partly 'lie to the em ployment by the Koverurnent to wo men In fa, 'tori, s directed by tho war deportment or manufacturing ma terial for it.- In order to lie mire of employment a woman or girl must have a buehand, father; inn or brother at tho front. Their lowest tiav Is 7 lir p,.r day; or 2 to 4 lire profound Hih-nve that his1 words had j itlmv man's wane paid before the liTouttht upon thn fitthters in Hiir M.-mv cam double, this stun theatur at once exploded In a din of iehiierlnn Mini alainping that must .have meant as much-lo him uh thu M. M. rlhlitin that he. wore. ENGLAND WILlTCELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY If Litde Causes Back of Battery Trouble A little too much cranking. A little lack of distilled water. A little looseness in battery connectibns. A little less charging than battery health requires. All are little, but any one may grow quickly to the point where the starter, dimmed left tbc factory, lights, and dead ignition give warning that is too late. In a very few minutes we may be able to tell you facts that will prevent trouble later. Ask, too, about the Still Better Willurd the only battery with the "Bone Dry" principle that is your absolute assuranttj-f, getting winery as newr-na uic-uay it 1'lrst Time Slnoe Hays of King (. inn-Re Will ( orcilloiilot Take ritttv lo C'onKTalluato Klilff. LONDON', June 22. -The Friplisb penpl will on July fl, hava the first cpportunlty elnce the day of floortre III to celebrate the twenty-fifth weddlnir anniversary of their klnn and iiucen and are preparlns to mark the rvnnt to the fullest extent thnt war necefudty and war eentl rnent will permit. Kin Oeorir and Queen Mar? have decided lo accept a personal liver jrift from tho city of I.ondon and tho lord mayor f london I iailn(t a mi m of money which will be bcHtowcd upon eotne charity their maJcHtlcs may (elect lu honor of the anniversary. I-'ormuI ceremnnle of the day will be confined In special services at St. l'ml's cathedral from which the kltiir and tiueen will en to Cuildhall i to rrcelve the pood wishes of the city of Uindon It is presumed that the people will lake advantage nf these drives to .voice their conirra- niliitlons. Itritish writers. deilorinif the fae ' II. at It would be Improper ilnrlnK I the wantl have elaborate ceremonies ! point to the contract between the fee 1 1 m of animosity toward the i "ft'Ttimti OeorRo" of the eighteenth eenturv and the attitude of the. pen- I pie toward the present klnK The I httterness toward (ieoree TII has lost i tiothlnK In the re-telling of cotuli- i tions of that time. i Ktncr l'!dward and Quern -Alewon dra ri-l"hrate,l their ilver wedding ! thirty yearn aei when they were the I I'rince and l"rincess of Wales and ! the nation ,1oined In the celebration by overtime. Tha wane Is not now coitfldeved uniiKual because In the ame r.tctories skilled men workers earn a much as lt'0 lie per day. sum once equivalent to 120 and be fore the var the average, pay per month of a bookkeeper. Women not working In such nov ernnient supply factories have lately struck for f,0 per cent lncreasegijn the dressinnklng and clothinn eaiah llshinonts, and obtained their die limn. I, now receiving; an averaee of 4 lire per dav. l'nktlled women nnd Klein are alsn sn blKhly paid on the farms that servants are diffi cult to find.- ,A 1 lU 0 Ik m' 6 ;1 au s - h : -i,) Yt'" t " T 17' i,mii irimrr im .4ts&ixmiiitmztmmmmlv& WE OFFER the Apperson Anniversary Eight as a new standard of motor car development, combining maxi mum efficiency and luxury with minimum cost and main tenance, confident that its distinctive simplicity, exceptional performance, correctness of design and accuracy of work manship will find such favor and appreciation as it deserves. As the aim will be to make each Apperson Anniversary Eight better, if possible, than any previously produced, ever striving to surpass the last achievement, there will of a neces sity be a limited production and no yearly models. The Car Is Now on Display V.F.Lawless Motor Sales Co. 220 East Second St Phone 6219 HAVE NO FAITH IN BANKS Electric Vehicle & Battery Co. Seventh and Main Chorus 32S6-32S7 IC) S) Q , Ill I II T. I I ' """ I I IMi,,,,inji W iiiiSHiHiill WlSfc Mil ..IW.WM.M1II. i--v-y f l-rTLZ'J-'j-iJ''''"','VvTirir-r'ir' '-'-rrtril'i it -; -fcif,T r1"" i -v i -J V-'- '' f r 1 jwwii).i''iiwfa,iiwiiisi,'iwy ; 3 : r:nj,'hli it'onntry Folk lloanl (loltl t'olns In l'ots antl Kettles. ! I-iiNIuiN', Juno 22 The biirh cost of Uvlnc i:re:itly enhanced by the , war. Is oa'.i.i'nir the poor In country districts to d:ir Intiy their Bivimjs - and is revealimr that a consider:! hli 'amount of Kld ha lotiir l"-er ; hoarded. I l-'or jteneratlons It has been th' i custom of the Knglish, poor, t.artic 1 nlarly in villages, to save the i;,,itt I which they bury. Tiu-v h.tvc little faith In hanks, paper money or In- v.-stment. i A few weeks, aim an old shepherd died, and those that as-enih!ed iti hie cottaite after the timer. il were : amazed to see one of the relatives ( attack the heart! stone with a crow ' bar to pet nt "tlte will." as he put it. lie finally unearthed a hoard ' of COD sovereigns ; Several d.-iys before an nu-ed basket-maker died, he i-M a cierityman where be had n!s "s'.o, kiru;" hurled It was a pewter tea e.i !.! cotitain- ! Iriir more than 1."'0 uol.l coins. Aet'or l Tiir to ca !cu l.i ; i r-s of vll- ' lair,' wise.iert s, the amount ,.f cii.len sovereigns hoarded In Rtvl.sh cut lanes reaches into the millions. In the (.iissim; Company, Mil) hp. ;;itd-i Tom, this pap-rsuvs that the luilish threw d-'Wn th" H.iire of l-tttte What : a ;:-t'-.' of hatiie? Tim- Why, that is whir ;hey use In niea-urint; the j. u. :hi v li.i'n (Ii-ij.Ih - S'lie enoiiKh. :'. l-.o-i iht-y :.-r,::t it a th.,;is;in:l me'e-"'. Mv d- nr l-ov Uruiws e eryilj.ni;. ,!." -n't he'.' Keeping 'I'm Sweet. I-orence (eeadimr war rftyl - It s i;, s here that 'o-nerai FiH'h i a ni.oiter of tactics Her hubby - Vi s he's a rrent mas ter of tlie proper .1 .s;. : ...n if h-s t roups. I'lort-tice I've often wondrod what made them so yood -naiui ed. SmAbst Beauty Car wymmca "i't. rirfr, a It Pays Its Way The business man insists that his mechanical equipment shall faithfully dis charge its duties and return fair interest on the investment. Whether it be a typewriter, an adding machine, a drill press or an automobile, he looks for efficiency expressed in terms of profit It is on this very practical basis that the Paige has qualified in the world of business. In competition with every other car on the American market, the Paige nai repeatedly demonstrated that it is a preferred investment a car worth every penny of its price and entided to the fullest respect and confidence as an erninendy practical utility. PA I GEDETRO I T MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Paige -Empire Motor Company 307 East Second St. Phone 471 i i ii dVuM fr-p-'n flirt vi i i tiisi w nrmiH iiiiinrifi - - - :- - li I