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IULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1918.
:1 F v b d t v n P tj g b ft j 5 i . j . i '3 LIVEST CROWD THERE, EIGHTY-FIVE TULSANS I notary Convention at Kiinws City 1 Taken liy I oriil Delegation I W till ; recti llnls. 1 ,"---v UNIFORMS MAKE LOUD NOISE Brass Hands 'i f'reatcr Atlniclloil it 1 1 .Xroiitcrtncnl of tho . j Tulsa ll. Sprri.il U, 'P VV'irld. . KANSAS CITY, June 2 I. --Kans ia City Is alive w-Kll llot.iriun from ttie four corners of the earth tonight ml die Host delegation nn the job U frnm Tulsa F.ighty-flve Tuls.'l tioMi iitiiH lire n' i oy - i , rremucm n i. - Tulsa club will tin h'-re In the morn Inir I'ual l'i .anient Al Farmer to night attended the dinner tendered NO A HV ASCII in riucis STHMA . but relict la oiieu r,,!' J I (W Utougm oy ITI3 . M 'ST - .aft 1 a aro 6 00 Oklahoma Hospital Service Consist! of Int. Flrriiroof building arranged for a purpose. 2nd. Modern and complete equip ment under on roof. 3rd. Character, experience and iklll of attendant. Tli grutt ob)i-u of ionplt1 sr. rr, fur. and duration of Iti. lrk; th trainlnc of phyi;iini .nil rinuet: the (ilFiiiiiii of nudlr.l knnwlnl. nil nreonllon of dii Th- nr eomtilneii In, th Oklahoma llgi,ital ind It It open to h. profeuion. Dr. Frrrt S. mnton, l'reslilrnt. Mtmi II. C. C. 7lPgrlir, 11. N. Huperlntendent. Dr. h. II. Carlrton, heeldent Physitiun Ninth and Jackson Street! I'lume Osage 3B0 rami? J BUSINESS CARDS j ,W. J. GREGG L J. MARTIN Attorneys-at-Law Exchange National Bank Building Tulsa, Ok I Guyy W. McCulloeh II. II. Cbaffin MOWBRAY : UNDERTAKING CO. OrEN PAT AND NIGHT BEIIV1CU ft Fifth and Boston Thonea S30-IU The Uw of Oil and Gas; Lund ' Titles; Federal, Htate and Municipal Taxes. BYRON KIRKPATRICK Attorney-at-Law Careful Attention Given to Trepara- , uun of Keturns for Income and ' Kxceai Troflts Taxes Pbono 66st 315-16 Mayo Bldg. Tulsa, Okla. THE CHILDREN'S DAY - NURSERY 717 SOUTH CHKTENNB PHONE lOOt Children Cared for During Working or Shopping Hours Headquarter! for Kryptok Lenses New Location 14 West Third I'hono 3473 SAM'L A. B00RSTIN ATTORNEY AND COl'NSKLLOK-AT-LAW C12-13-H Wright IilUg. Law of OH and Gas Law of Corporation rilONE 71S3 HANNON'Q FURNITURE J KxrhanRO New for Old 14 and 18 West .Second CHAS. H. MERILLAT ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Bond Building, Washington. 1). C. Oil, Gas and Indian Matters WOODSON E. NORVELL Attorney Now Located in T'nlty Iluildlng Suites 101-111 Intei national officers at the Hotel .Muchlrbaeh, K. Huchnrr, who speaks on the regular program, got In at 6 o'clock with his family. II X Orel, wIki In to prrsldn at ttie v ( iilniiiii ai'ititlfjii of I ho nil xd-tlon Thurmluv, will he here Wednciday niKht. TuVii Ik the only 't'h "t the con UTitmri with n in iil'iim rt;r. It wan opi Im iI Sun.liiv .it tin. li.'ilimiore ho t I .ii,. I nit tiiiy tod, iv Kotmiai'is fioru ( -v i -j wlifi f hvi' throiiK"d the two hlK room?! on the fourth lloor, where a coller-tinn "t oil f i I I iihnlngrupha Kioi iIm, ordtinnx proved plaumng to t he ee of visitors. The green turn hum. green necktlee and green mickK, white truuKora unit lioc and il.uk roai of the Tulaana were by all oiMh the loudeat. iittrat-tlon of fered in the v., iv of unlfornm, and all the TiiIk.iiim hud to do to atliart ut tentlon wu.i to miin'h through the ll.illitiiois lobhv while bands from riilrugn and MeruphlN, flf and drum rorpa from Kewanee, III., and a H' uK h pipe fiom Hamilton, out., were pluyiuii at the Bum a time, The IS automobile loadu who name from rhanulu n nd lola today had a pU'nnt ion. Copious rains lit Ka.il siih Sunday hud left the roads In a duatlesH and passable condition. The last of I ho cars drove In at 11 o'clock thin evfnliiK Outside of a 'posniim run over by fir. f. K Witltris, there were no casualties. At Ottawa today noon luncheon was sm ved to part of the Itntiinaris Hi the city park, Many of the parly got off the mad and weni by way of I'nola, llms missing the lunch that had been prepared by the Ottawa chamber of com merce. The convention proper open! Tuesday morning ut k o'clock In the Uipheuin thcatur. John Hummer, former I'cretary of Hie Tulsa club, and now a mem- her of the Lulsvlllo organisation, BE GRAY i Society Ladies Everywhere Uhc "La Creole" Hair DreKsinjr. The well-known society leader'! hair was prematurely gray, perhape Just llkp, yours, but Mrs. J - - heard of "La "Creole" Hair Dressing how thousands of people every where had used It with perfect sa1tts4- factlon. It is not a dye, hut a prep aration designed especially for the purpose of gradually restoring color to gray or faded hair, and which Is easily applied by simply combing or brushlnx through the hair. "La Creole" Hair Pressing positively eradicates dandruff, keep! the scalp In a healthy condition and pro motes the growth of new hair; bring! back a natural, aoft, even dark shade to gray or faded hair, and makes It lustrous, full of life and beautiful.. USE "LA CIlEOtiE" HAIlt DltKSSlNG to prevent your hair from growing gray and to restore a beautiful rinrk color to gray or faded hair. Hold and guaranteed by all good drug store everywhere, or sent direct for 11.20 by Van Vleet-Mansflold Drug Co., Memphis, Tenn. Adv. ! LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN I I Girls! Make Bleaching Lotion ft Skin Is Sun burned, Tanned or Freckled. Squeese the juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of. Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautifler, at very, very small cost Your grocer ha the lemon and any drug store or toilet counter will unnlv thrsn nunees of Orchard White for a few cent. Maosaga thl sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face, neck, arm and heads each day and ee how freckle, (unburn, wind burn and tan disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin be come I'm! It 1 harmless. Adv. JSOFT.LONC. PRETTY, SILKY HAIR DY USING PLOUGH'S Hair Dressing' Van K If l.r, m.,! lM,flan,lrulTr lUnff IUlr and iTJC'llchiiin Hlp, titaklnf your f j batr beaiiliful trailit, fliiffv liinr Jnt aa you lriirk 11 BIG GREEN CAN 25c b,5r,i.;: Jnal. Mtki food llvtof ulllnl PUIIUIH'S sigems giiRBHisiiNij.AikiMSf.ctanmj PLOUGH CHEMICAL CO.. wphu.Tn. I I I III rss $ A SooCllI Of Ct.ClsWl for .nlKUOUfc i vrftMaejrg f v W'tnary UIO, r'adlMIV POivraMMi 4uv Ptr-fctt coo4jn4 til ikdd. fjrill not cilm ttrictur savtttiifvu VTj-bJ WHM ID U LI MwkMU ( MANY SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE SICKLY Mother, who TS'ue thulr own romfort ind th,, wpll'tr of their rhilrtrn. ,Ii..ij( nrvor l,r w-ttioiit a box of Meilipr (lrv' Swrt i'owilrrii fur Chll.lrcn, for uio til rou shout ttid nrjo.011 Ttlcv rt r e s k ut) ColiU, It-'hevc rvi-rmbntMi, "Coiim ipallon. Teetjium IiMird,-m. Hritda,-hr ami Siomirh Triell,!,,. t red hv mother for SO year THK.sK I'OWUKKS SKVKIt KAIL. .XII dnijc ,totr. 'j:,,- 11tn't S'Ttpt inv ,ub ititiitJ Kni,,: f'KKK. Addren,, ilutlicr niair I 1 Mi- . J-Jsl r it? is r t has Joined force! with the Tulsans and the old1 town Is getting a dose of pep the like of which she never saw befoie, liambUng" m'lhtiuT J . Itotqriann. n the first (Jay's run to Kiiushh 1,'lly the first car to have tire ! r . . i . t 1 was the one driven by Mim. Lay Fellows. H had two punr'tireg lie fore reaching ("of fey villn. t'y Aveiy, In his 1'ackard pilot car, alao had .1 blowout. This was the last car to leave Tulsa ori account of huvlr,K stayed behind with Hecroliiry Jo I'aynii tii see that the balance jjt . t off In the right order. T. J. Hyrne ran his Ilutck Into the ditch when thev encountered rain Just outside of t'offi yvllle. lie and J. A. Waldrep were drenchi-d to the sliin before they got It back lulu the road. Coffey vlllo wmltn to he on the Tuls,i-Kitnsas I'lly "short line," l,e. Ing promoted by the highway de partment of the Tulsa ('hutnhcr of 'Commerce. The Coffeyvllle aiitnino i bile cluli tenrlered a chicken dlti ! tier to the Tulsans Monday noon, j gave them ganoluiM uml water an, I i attended to their rrnjtno troiibleM Much car g II left Imie a pnutid jaitn cniitalning this: "My tank filled , with gasoline, my radiator with pure water and my dinner banket with real Krub by the Coffeyvllle uutomo. bllo club." V. M. Reneflrld, In welcoming the Hotarlans to Coffeyvllle, stated that Coffeyvllle would bo glad to enter tain "thl crowd, no matter where they were from." In responding J Hurr Gibbon carted attention to the fact that five days Inline they would be "from" Kansu city. The Insinuation was not loat upon ihe hosts. Mis Ethel Kuh ns delighted those at the Coffeyvllle and alao those at the Chanute Itotury rluh' banuuet with hr renrllrlon r.r Mm li..iru and war songs composed by young lame or me vamievor storo in Tulsa All of the Tulsa Kotarlan ai'o new adept at singing their most popular convention song; Hello, Jack. Hello Hill. I'm gosh-darned glad to 'see here; you How your club, how' the hunch. And . tell me, how'! your noonday . lunch? How's your boy at the training camp? Are you spending your money for W. H. stamps? Mor Liberty bonds and lied Cros und? That the way to beat thn Hun! F. B. Ayres, acting secretary of the Coffeyvllle automobile, club. In the genius who attended In the llo lariatia' automobiles while they were eating lunch. He will never bo for gotten by the bunch. The green straw hats, green neck tie and green socks of the Tulsans were first worn at t'banuto ami lola Sunday night. The white, bat bands with the word "TuIhii" on them, made quite a hit. The full uniform, with blue coat, while trousers and shoes, will be worn by every Tulsn Kotarlan at Kansas City. A. V. Burque of Wichita, who as sisted In handling the publicity for the Tulsa club at the Atlanta conven tion last year, was drafted into serv ice again this time, lie arrived In Kansu City last Saturday and by Sunday jilgiit had the two rooms at Ihe Haltinirne hotel that were ns Slgned to Tulsa, opened to the publlo aa Tulsa he.ubiuai ,c.s. A collection of oil lleM photograph sent up from Tulsa form part of the decoration. The special liotary number of the "Tulsa Spirit," gotten out by Col. C. B. Iiougla and Glenn Condon, wdll he distributed at headqtfartera, start ing Tuesday. l-.:!i'ifv-f:W S, for DEVOE Ve " 11 I I l -I We know that it is more econom ical than wall-paper. Also is sani tary. Soap and water will easily remove all traces of grease and dirt from walls, ceilings and woodwork painted with Velour Finish. It is easy to apply and it is economical and artistic We recommend it above all others as a durable finish for new and old walls. The free booklet "Har mony in the Home" shows many attractive color sch&mes. TULSA DECORATING CO 212 SOUTH BOULDER HI.I.l.O i t I.SA JOT-O.dlB TULSA. OKLAHOMA i wii at is i i'i.t ri.i or " tor. t The following table will give I nn Idea of what people of Tulsa I are expected to buy In the line I I of War Saving Htomps and I Thrift Stamps from now on. In fact, It is what the workers will I I nsk about, and they say It will I I be neri-Hnary f-r you tn snow I i i-l edet.ll.'ila l.efitre yn'.l WIU to I t ..!!., id to (;' on II r way. I I 1 lii by Bonds. I I Monlhlv Income. I'er Month. I S 1 an 1 $!-.( 2 I ii'iO 3 I r..a is i nu 7 I M'n 10 I v" fin Cl'ib t ' Over $',110 1,000 t'lub I PROPOSES IMPORT DUTY ON LEAD AND ZINC PRODUCTS .MciiMiire ( lib nlalcil to Kalwo NmmIoiI Hetciiue 1'ostereil by BcU ( liainllcr. World Wliinrlnn Hurnsil, JU-J t.iit llld WASHINGTON. June 24 fon greemnn Itert Chandler of Okla homa today appeared before the house wavs and means committee and urged an early and favorable report on his bill putting an Import dutv of 14 o on lead and sine prod uct. The Oklahoma congressman told the committee that the duty would aid In tho raising of revenue so badly needed. He said he did not know whether the duty would hi prohubltive, but If It wtre the gov ernment would not lose as the In come and excess profits tax against the donicstc producers would be large. Oomestlo producers buy Liberty bonds and support the government In other ways, said Mr. ("handler. "Not only Mexicans do not aid, but they force us to keep an army on the border at a cost of millions of dollars a year." BAD CHECKS CAUSE ARREST TWO ALLEGED PEN ARTISTS County Attorney Office Caught, Wrltt r0 Iwn Ho signed the Conipllilnt. Complaint wus filed In the Justice eWurt of John J. Slack, yesterday, charging George II. . Arras and George Lechner with forgery. Two checks, one for 110 and the other for $15, had been cashed by Loues I,aniioM. who owns the Itoyal cafe, on June 19 and on June 22. The checks wero. signed by I'ete Living ston, but there happened to be no money In the bank to Tele's credit. Arias and Lechner accompanied ljmpo! to the prosecuting attor ney's office yesterday morning to aid him in swearing out a complaint against Livingston- Something about their manner did not look exactly right to Assistant I'rosecutor Mont gomery, so he did n little osleuth work on his own accord. He put a blank Information on the table and asked Arras to ign. It. It will signed, and then he told Arras to write Livingston' name in the proper place at the head of the blank. The penmanship was Identi cal. Montgomery then concluded Livingston was an entirely flotltlou character and Issued tne lnrormauon In the name of lechner and Arra, who were arrested. Wrlirht la f'liiirtnw Attorney SAN ANTONIO, Texas. June 24. Allen Wright of McAlestcr, Okla. has been appointed-attorney for the Choctaw nation by MnJ. Victor M Locke. Jr., principal chief for the nation, now In the 1'nlted States army at Camp Travis. The con tract was signed by Mr. Wright and the chief today and will become ef fective when approved by President Y llson. ni Every room the children Little hands are often soiled and sticky careless of spotless walls. Walls of Velour Finish can be washed but you can't wash wall paper. We guarantee satisfaction to users of The Guaranteed lour Finish ICELESS DAYS JOIN THE OTHER "LESS" DAYS HERE; Kinergcticy l.iiw Covering lee. hales I'aMM'ri anil Will lie Kii'ohkI llitll lU-licf Cimies. The emergency ice ordinance, re stricting daily purchase of ice for d.iri, relic, purposes to Ml pounds, pro li, biting the hitvIhr ' ci.-ckeit Ice at soda founts and soft dunk stands and the sale of Ice at all to curb stone or yard cold drink stands, was pased by the city commissioners yesterday morning and Tulsa Is now on "ice, rations." The purpose cf the ordinance Is to conserve the supply of ice In the city, which was running dangerously low with a threatened shortage of lot) ton .dully. It Is hellryved that the new law will meet the situation nm provide a sufficient 'inutility to give everybody an adequate supply. The ordinance I a a temporary meas ure and will lie repealed when Ihu hot weather season Is over and the dally consumption lessens. Food Administrator C H. Douglas suites that the he situation Is now entirely under the control of the city admlnlatiuilon but ho urges every consumer to i:e Ice us sparingly as poxMihle and observe the new ordi nance. I'ollce CommlFSloner Holm has given the police department Instruc tions to rlgdly enforce the law. BULGARIA IS INSISTING ON GREATER WAR SPOILS Negotiations Arc Started With Tur key Without Knowlenlge of Ger many to ;et Dobrudja. LONDON, June 21. I'rellmlnary negotiations, presumably regarding Dobrudja, have begun between Jlul- garla and Turkey, and Germany only ; learneu or mem tnrougn us eepion age service, the Dally Mail corres pondent at the Hague say he Is In formed. Austria probably will par ticipate In these separate negotia tions In the course of a few days. The recent speech In the relchstag oi or. von rvtienimnnn. inn lorein . i. , t ' erf reuiry, IL IH liouen, n'winei iroio conversation between llulgarla and Turkey which were begun on the In itiative of King 1'erillnand of Hul gari.i. M. Mahnoff, the new riulga rlan premier, Is said to agree entire ly with the plan of King Ferdinand to exact fulfillment of p.ulgarla' de mands at whatever cost. SHE DIDN'T KNOW 1,000 PINTS BOOZE WAS HERS In county court yrstolday Mrs. Nora Carden was tried""" for illegal possession of one thousand pint of liquor.. Trial resulted In a hung lury. According to Assistant Prosecut ing Attorney J. K. Ingram, this was one of the hardest fought cases that haa come before this term of county court. The woman made the claim that her husband and her brother, a man named Knight, had hid the booze "In hie hfluso, without hor knowledge. Nora Carden' husband I one of the men who Is now In Jail at Mus kogee. Implicated In the attempted blowing up of the home of Judge Ralph Campbell, several week ago. wantsTdTitle quieted Atlhotigh Mortgage Settled, Wynn Holds Adverse Possession, In his petition to quit title, filed In district court yesterday Howard W. l'hilllps alleges that In 151Q Frank Foster, then owner of some land In Tulsa county, gave John D. W'ynn a mortgage for 1100 on the land. La ter the mortgage was settled and I'hlllips bought the land from Fos ter In 1918. Then trouble commenced. Peti tion state that Wynn refuses to re. Ilnquish claim to the land and that the complainant has been deprived of it uso, although the record Bhow tho mortgage has been satisfied and that Wynn has nn right to use the land or"'to be upon It. In view of theso allegations, plain tiff asks permission to again pay the 1100 to the defendant, wynn, and quiet the title, also ho wants dam age to the extent of K'OO actual' and 1500 punitive. Claim I Kefused. . The city eommtsloner yesterday refused to pay any part of a claim of 130.000 filed against the city by Andrew Mcintosh of 703 South Wheeling for Injuries sustained by his 11-year-old son. Fred Mcintosn, from the explosion of a percussion cap taken from a box of explosives belonclne to C. O. and H. Frye, sew er contractor. Tho father say his son's eyesight la permanently In lured and that he also lost two fingers as the result of the accident. Ho claims the city Is responsible be cause Frye'a exploinn wagon was not sufficiently guarded. Dnmrcll Hclcnsed. Writ of habeas corpus was oh tained yesterday in district court In the rase of the state versus Mer rltt IUnirell, charged V 1th the mur der of a hoy named iopcr in cen tral park last Febninry. Damrcll's preliminary bearing was two months ago, nt which tune he was held un der bond of 11.000 for homicide U was ehown yesterday, on testi mony of physicians, that young Dam- rell Is suffering from tuberculosis. Bond of 11.000 was .made. Alleged Theft of Watch. James Martin, a negro. Is alleged: entered the Rose Tea room at H03 South Main street shortly after noon yesterday and Is charged with steal ing an expensive watch from behind the cash register. He wi appre hended and taken by tho officers to the county jail where a complaint of grand larceny was entered against him. Found Seriously Wtnbbeil. W. H. Sutherland was found at I the Tu!."S rooms on Fourth and Cin cinnati this morning about 1 o'clock stahbed yeriously on the arm and about the shoulder. The officers arresting saw ano'.her man who they nllege did the stabbing but who escaped. A woman found In Huth erland's room, but who insists she was an Innocent bystaudex was also booked. On Differential liosix. WASHINGTON, June 2 4. The flS w'hea crop, the food adminis tration' announced today will be hend'.ed on a differentia basis, ef fective July 1. one dollar and ten cents maximum differential a bar rel between price of wheat and the finished product will be allowed millers. No speculation In wheat or flour will be permitted. Americans Bur Art. O A DTB T..n A L'n tnR TUll"- work9 , art us.ooo have been ipent In the last year by the "Ami! de Artistes," an organi zation of American art patrons, ac cording to the latest annual report r Yiour Thrift. ..Stamp Pledge Is It one of the thousands that arc being recorded ill support of our Army nd JVarjT Many of Our. Young Men Are With the Sr The Packer's Bill for Live Stock For the first six months of our operations under the Food Administration, ending April 30, 1918, Swift 8c Company DRESSED WEIGHT LBS. paid for live stock - - - 1,558,600,000 $323,800,000 For the same period in 1917 1,338,300,000 $210,400,000 Increase in Weight 16Vz - 0 220,300,000 Increase in cost 54 - - - $113,400,000 o The Consumer's Bill for Meat must necessarily have increased corres pondingly, as Live Stock prices and meat prices fluctuate together. When the producer gets high prices for his live stock, the consumer's meat bill must necessarily be larger. i Swift & of the organization. Fatrona of the organization who contributed 60 franca or more had the choice of one work of art while other mem ber of tho organization decided their right to any particular piece by lot. Among thone who secured Colors They are Giv ing their Best You men icho bear the burdens at home, a part of your bit in the winning of the war, will be to demand and get the utmost service from your clothes. We can and will do our bit by seeing to it that the utmost one-hundred-cents-on-the-dollar value goes into the clothes we sell. Clothes that will add enjoyment to business activities and every outing occasion. Tropical Worsted, Silk Poplin, Mohair and Palm Beach. Tailored to keep their fresh ness on warmest days, they are offered in a wide variety in a price range from $10 to $30 BILJLS Year Boole ,of interesting and instructive facts sent on request Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Elkois Company, work were W. J, Baldwin, Phila delphia; Mr-'1 Joseph H. Choate, New York; Mr. D. Cady Eaton.' New Haven, Conn.; Mia R, God chuax and Bertha Welsch, San Fran cisco; M, Guggenheim, New York and Myron T. Herrlck, Cleveland. ' J Li U. S. 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