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s nmmwn 2V 1L TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, SEPT. 22, 1018. CJ CM n Rumanian Queen Tells Atnericans ShcX oH'5 ft rtc icr vvpw rromiiuns II. T'- V''pi lV--W.i"n .Marl of ' ' '"' i.ikins lurw-anl liupw 1 :u ' ,'"'thr I'"IU lo ''""n Whn the 1 " n arm " aaiain th Jt0,,,jfi ()(t ,lerman 0)prMur ,;'M "i.rlf omntrj-. It Is known "' h. I rt.ly hr army whin IN' " ...ina favorable and "" ' ,',., n ih..riiilily FintllKh Till- I .,.ii,.., Hha run mi utulsr the domliui- .11 Mr I ijrunin i I " ,h AB1,r1'n tmiKiThv and HID' i'"1 i; n I. highly." 'IJ ths 1 1 1 iik-mmm fur- I ,,, : lint thr it-tra of , r i ''W tin intnli il laa , i,.,o I hut with I he 'J' i , . f- of 'ho allloa, , .. i .I rl rlpon Into r. '' I ' " ii.il-v I" I'umiilt't ' . ,,,, i nn nutlun of the '. . i , :!in fi poiipla of I .. may l aasursil, ,.,, . . iu,iiii i h'i vaival of who la an UnromproinLsInc ymp thlaor With that efilrnm, wa Uie prime mover. Klnn Kmliniutil us reportsd lo ho iiulillnit aloof from Ilia movement. 'lrl,l Marahal von MaraeiMM-n, It u suul, u to re turn to llumanla at onr loiti'l.htir with LH-tr holt, the tirrinnn col onial aocrrlary, pratmimalily to lral with the reported oiiilirraK. Crown l'nnce Cluirli-a I known t,i have brrn In sympathy wltli tho al iunde of hi ino'.rwr In lirr Luttor luaii 1 for all things lianiiuii ami quit rnauibly would havi Iin'n u sorlalril with hrr In any anti-iji-r. man Situation. Palace Picture Causes Real Patriotic Thrill A , ,,.,-v;: i N. Hefit. I 4 Ar- ,., . ., , . . t a n-i'Wvi'il hro, -'-ii- 'harlf of lliiinunia r .1 ' .... '.: cut f Crown l'rlnre . ( : ,.., m i f ollowa climi-ly ,1 , , Mint' from ') rman : im i i li rnilti onthii'itk .., i, ii i li' yii'i'ii Mai If, r.,.i. i. n. I All Uo-k ONDKKLANI) Frank M. Chritie BIG MUSICAL COMEDY SHOW ivuHirlm: Hi.- lr Ir Hlrla ii. The Mcrrv-do-Round of Fun li I rr Iti'iii: ll'-mily Cliorna I h.iiu' 1'iiHy mmI rirluma laiuitrr. Whatever !h may m n of rhll drfit In mollon picture, It rmmt h ivlmltt.i-l that thoir ..tk In vamly more apprutintt to tho nvriaxa an illi'nrn than that of "kiowii np" Krnnted of niurtr that II In done. NVa all were rhll.1r. ii .nr. and tihe mimor!f t.f our ihililhoo.l iliivit are our Krraloat tr-untiro IIimi.. It la onlv naliirnl that ihox.i (r.-euria, hn faithfully ifflnird upon Hie . Teen, vine h iiip.nht.llr icaporiae from iiR, awt-lllna; from the Ihmm. We a i-m prone to turn to our iit'ighbor and remark: "l'on't thin remind you of when yntl wrte a kul V Ku.'h a reminder la the aJm of "I'Hnu." the five-part Ewanuv pic ture The atiiry ) a aimple una, written with a atil.'t reaj.ir.l for roullhiii It miht fit Into every. day life without u ain-le altera laon. There liaa t een no atieinpt at (u eiirtuiient. e.'x or htitli roiitrol prohlema II la whiileHome "d purely entet tainlii In value. A little artrl livlnar In a rich home, arrowa roliellioim heraiiiae her aiuard lan rrfueea t irt (,r ,,Ky wltn rh,. dren In the atreeta. Kha nina away and. after many ludlrroua adventuren. returtia with a Murk of tenement children to Invade Ihe mansion. Utile Mary MrAlialer appeara In the fealuj.'d role In "I'Bnta" Anl.le from her hiatrlonle aolllty. Ihla child l.eara a dlntlm tion of which no other pholopl.iv mur can hoaat. Hhe holda the appointment hy ttie war depart meiit as a noii-commiaainned officer Children love Music "let them have it if V IS CHILDREN enjoy motlc Instinctively. Note how tbey cluster about a hurdy furdy. Long before the beoutiea of art and literature are unfolded to their bud ding minda they feel an intense pleasure from music. And yet many people hare found that aa they grew older their pleas ure In music lessened. Why? Because they railed to cuilirwte this inborn re source. For your children's sake aa well aa your own you want 2&NEW EDISON "la Seeaeree e W It will foster their lore Ibr music; develop it into a bating source of happinesa. This rnatrveiaus tnatrument brings the world's finest musk: right Into your home. You can bear the vokea of the great stars of Grand Opera re-created with such fi delity that a listener would swear that the artists were your guests. The Edison tone testa In whkh the living artists sang In direct comparison with their Re Creatlons proved that no human ear could, distinguish artist" from irastrument. You wartt your children to have every advantage You want them to cultivate their taste for music Call for a demon stration and bring the children with yoOa PHONOGRAPH SHOP P. R- CHAPMAN, Mgr. 9 West Fifth Street rhonc 595 SPEAK SPANISH Horace Grccly once said: "Young Man, Go West" Had ho lived today he, no doubt, would have said "Young Man, Co to South America. But a knowledge of Spanish is essential, in fact, absolutely necessary. ITiKPARE YOURSELF NOW and later you f 'in take the opportunity which has already pre fnted itself. v I'rivate lessons and classes ju?t starting under 'nor Alvarez. Y.M. C.A. Schools See Mr. Leslie or call Phone -1889 Jj l l II a - '1 Va " r "TULSA'S THEATER BEAUTIFUL" Today, Monday, 1 ucsday MAJESTIC TULSA'S THEATER BEAUTIFULH The Riggeat and Meat Powerful Production in History. A Play That Will S w n Ymi fff Ymia1 Vmt ri A Wonder Event. til MM i mxl r.f.Tp i. i l n mi mm-1 aatuaaa E', ,t . I! ." ' T i iili II l .-. i. i. ...... ..j.. .il ... L I despiac yottbr a hurt' 'THE HUN WITHIN Vth Dorothy CisKGoorPvivxtt ilStai CiiL A Pdrimount-AtlctaXt .Special Mara. U p.ilrln(1c piriur of r-al ma-rlt. It will thrill you throtirh an.J IhroUKh. and will rnaka you promt of tha- fart Hint y..u livn In Aiiinrloa, (! iiatlon that aurprlaart thr worlj. Tha II una air.ffixl at ua thi-y had our tint Ion honvyrurnhad with aplaa-but Ihiy fallf.l t. rerhon with Vankaa mli lot .am anj Yanara l.ralna and cunninK 'Tha Hun Within" ahowa how LlicJa H un ehoekiiialrs tha liaruiaii any y.t. in Al tha l'ala. a thrro duya, beginning today. . In tha regular army. Tlila honor wu loatowril upon her In ri'i'iirnlllun nf h r patruuli: wink In wrultlnir ti)nie han flv thouaand nnn for Uncla un'a finhtlng fiirri, and In rath.r- Iiik IhuHxiif,! of dollars for Hip UrJ l'roa fund Klin la tha youiUoat of- flrr In tha army. Kwariay liaa provide Utile Mary with an udnilralila company, Imiiid Ina: aui-h . wfll-knuwn and rll-llkfid anrvn prramialltlea aa John ('oaaar. rTfttikla Itaayinonil and Arthur Kopppu. Mum than thirty trained chlidten comp eta the ruat. lUtOMiWAf rinlahlnif snnthar bin Work with parked hoiima lairt nlicht, tha III Jlnka rnmpany r.f musical ind vaude ville entft tainera will sraaant an other highly amiifllna; playlet at the Uro.idway atartln this ftarnunn. "Oh. nortor" la lh BUe of the bill. It la a muali-al farce In one art and la hllarloualy funny. The scene la laid In doctor-! office and tha tory Involves a marrlajre and s will and there ore many ludicrous situa tions Lola Brldse, Ci funniest rnmedlenna ever aaen thla thea tre, will appear with Ed mar Harnett In leading roles and It la safe to any that thaws two clever fun makers wtU crania a remlar riot of lanshter fi Tulauns today. Ooortu Clark. Harry r rairy and other memnera of the cast will be aTlven an opportunity w ahnw their aa,lei, Tae yncopatC weildinn wj be a blar feature of the bill. Tha enwaet will be awn In daa illnr new coat u lea and Jtr will ha apeclal scenery and atenta effects. The Martin Hlntera will preaent new sonata snd danrea In their hlfhly en- tertavlnlns way, while the famous flielnway quartet will render a hlsh- rlwa mumcal program. cwlns to the fart that the anatlns capacity of thla theater la email, the mana-a-menl ursea palrotia lo attend the early afternoon matinee atartina; at 1:46 and the flret evenlnaj perform ance aiarllnf at I o'clock. Tlim W ill afford aunple aeatlnj avoconunoda-tlona. Youthful Batd Oac Artlat. Kveret Hodnet, lUt H.uth ll.tnn, a Imy.J J years hid, wa arroated ye la ter. Iny on a charge of forarery. He had t aehed rherka to the amount of 1100 which hn tried to i ajah one for 110 tit tha t'entral National hank. The check was made on a prlnllns company ond when the child pre sented It lajwiler. the teller, caJled a plain clothca man and efforts were made to imcertaln If the child had been (Ivan tha check hy an older person, It la evident, though, from his own statements, that thla rheck and the other for 190 were all hla own Idea. He was In jail lam night and will Im held for trlai in the Ju venile court. Court Records. Edith Itobirtn Appears ln J'lay of Adventure IHHtnct Court J. A. Porter va V. . Wllhlte at si. ; 134.40 and foreclosure of vendor's lien, lot I, block 11, Central Park; addition. J. Pulton et al. vi. City of 8and fiprlnata et al. to enjoin levy and col-' lection of aaaiyiaments (real order Uuilled). I M. K. and W. K. Hell va V. Pelrh- I man, t?"0 cancelliitlon of mortxajre and e.ultalile relief re lot It, block' 2 (;irk- addition. Commercial Credit company vs. J J. N. Hykes et al. replevin auto, value 11,000, and damages. C. Kly va. A. Kly, divorce (waiver). KujwMor Court. IC. Tyus va C. Tyu. divorce. . A. Knight va. W. 1- Knight, divorce. County (loiirt. D. Klrhenfrld vs. IL E. Hteele at al.. 1210 services. Warranty Deeds. Park Dais Ind rnmpany to Mrs. I II. Clark. IHO, lot is and 14, block I, Park I'ale addition. J. P. Hurton and huahand to O. I Hetteraton, 11.000. lots 1 and 10, block li. Capital Hill second Addi tion. IL R. Crews snd wlfa to W. L Chaw. 14, tOO. lot 4, block 1, II ur gaaa Hill addlUon. fmr i Vi i . t 1 . 1 1 m t a- in -n nuUdlnc Permits. J. ft. Ion, one story frame dwell ing, lot 2, block J, Crulchfleld addl Uon, I4U U II. Davis, repair dwelling, lot I. Mock t. Ktonebraker Heights addi tion. 13,000.' , Hlnclalr Keflnlng oompany. stdcoo refilling station, lot 4. block 4, H ore ley Mill addition.. 16,000. lr. N. W. Mayglnnls. addition frame dwelling, part block T, r'lftii Oak Urove addition, f 1,000. Maniaurn IJcrnarai. Chartea K. Hutchens and Kdna M (Jordon, (ichelata, okla. Carl K. Kuts and Marie II. Farn liam, Tulaa, Okla. Waltter J. t'olnmy and Carolina Downing, Munkogee, Okla. Sufferers From Pllei A Hudson Hay trading pout, mn slating of a genern.1 atore and s hlg liirnber-Jack camp, na one of the I many big seta built for the Metro nmilitptlnn "TV.., uIIm.. W..nn ' starring Kiilth Htorey. which will be the altrnctlon at the Nlrarul theater on Tuondsy and Wedneaday. This set covered over an acre of land and tock several d.tyeHo (Jon ntmrt. In It Mlaa Htoriy la seen aa the clerk In the general store sell Inar everything, from a needle to a hale of hay, and giving her amllrs free, gratia and for nothing, which proves the rent rut Wfiy of silling the store's inerchandlae Here ehe Is known as "the njigrl c.f the lum berjacks'" and I the most beloved member of the ramp Trnaredv. how. ever, cornea Into her llfi. with the wrong-doing ! others She proves that she Is that rare thing, a wmrun who can keep a secret even though VytaVrM Pile Treatment gives Quick relief, Mops ItrtiniK, bUeiting or protruding plies, hiniorrliulds and such re. tl tumbles, In ina privacy of your own home. n a tuix at all druKKl.ila A alnfrl box often cures. Tske n eul.ntltiitn. f ree sanile for trial wllh booklet mailed free In plain wrapper. It ynu sand us coupon below. s-DE-Xpi'a- vMv op rti;rH,iiAui y .. V-" Ann aavrsiiJUtKj'.,. At lbs Btrand Tods. It wrecks her own hapnlnes. t M. mately, however, a great love comes lo her and ahe la amply repaid for her earlier aacrlflrna The unr. la one of great depth, and a strong love theme is the sympathetic note. Arretecl Young Iluntcra, W A Tntal.r II...- 1,1 " " limit J Ikl.JO.Mir, i.loyd 0rrla, Charles Williams and Albert Hurton were arrested hy As sistant (lame Warden Walker for violation of the - game law Theee boys, a l under the aca of II. were having s guy time with rilles largHr than they were, hunting birds. When theye were arreeted they had bagged one bird. None of them carried -riiinU Ing permits. They were turned over to the Juvenile aaithnrities and were paroled lo appear when railed. The humane agent kept the guns, much to the chagrin of the youthful defendants. L Wi ana mi isfi A sh sa si SBTS"SsTsassesssBy-sBaaajBa aael aiaaa.eiuM tm aleMM " W acara aa Pa.Mawi an ai a i aiana aS SI 00 Dntnaaa aa paaeast aarat aits. ut. a. aw w KeSHSII SI si si 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 f "T". "sss si a , sssr Tr-t - x : ? NEWOILMAP-6 STATES Wyoming, ''olnrndo, K" i tmiii. hinia, Ti-x.'in Shew oil f,ds. pip" lines ond loiatlnn i f ml ..- ,,f I X, I. OH sod lleflninv 'otniaii ent wit hunt m.t Adln iu. w. n Txiiitrii,, l SOS I)-nlmin Itiidilltuc, iM nicr. ( ol. 1 FREE SAMPIR COITON rTRAvtl) t'ttt'O rriMPNT. (,i Prranil.1 lll.lf . M.r.hitl. MVk. ITIn'tiT ae.,1 n a Trrp aimnl f yrmij fits Traatafut. In plala "nppar. Nam Strret CUT .Slats Drs. Mccarty & NEWLON SPECIALISTS Chronic and Private Diseases of MEN and WOMEN 'To contract a disen.te In n misforturip hut to nrglpct it is a crime mrainst unc's Mclf.'' 12 Yenrn in Tulm 212't South Main Strut SEE - The Dashing Fox Hunt Scenes; the Blood-Tingling Auto Disaster) the Race Between Auto and Train; the Terrific Train Wreck; the Winning Races at the Track. SCHEDULE 11 130. 1.30, 3 130 5:30, 7:30, 9,30 I PRICES ayaB a a m. Children iuc a j. .ia. aa. ' V nuuui aac r, 262 .saZA- D.W. Griffith s Gigantic Military Spectacle 18,000 People 3,000 Horses y ii x mm VJ a I w YJ7 Cost $500,000 5,000 Scenes 4 Days Starting Wednesday, SEPT. 25 ... .i . . OKLAHOMANS Here is Your Chance to Serve! Fighting Men and Women FORWARD! PA4 STATE PUBUC HEALTH CONFERENCE vomt? ; and Annual meeting ofths OttABOMA ASSOCIATION for 'Se PREVENTION -f TIRERCULOSLS ' OKLAHOMA CITY Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, September 24 r Governor Williams Say$ "Evsry count? in tha stats shoals bs rirsaiilsa, and I am aura that hm thosa imtiMc splrltsd man anil wotnsn la whom fnmt Invitation rM fullt raaltsa tha Imnortsnrs of this motlr, artll maSs Trr arffnrt snd. If nrssarj, aviiis sarrtflvs la b prasrnL" Health Officers, Representative of Club unci Orjranizationn, Red Cross Workers, all others interested in Public Health Work and the Reneral public are jainvUed to attend thi most important conference. '' . ' Redtired Retes on All Railroads. You are cordially Invited and urgently requested to he present at ' thi conference. With our Government calling for the aid of every able bodied man between 18 and 45 to prose cute the war to a auccesyful con clusion. It ia Imperative that wa take active measures in the work of conserving: human life. ' Next year should be a big- year In tuberculosis work In Oklahoma. It must be If it will measure up to the accomplishment of the past year. Thia work must be carried on In every county in the state, and it will be If we have the co-operation of. the leaders of community life of these counties. This conference will be attend ed by the leaders in community work from every part of the state. Addresses will be made on health subjects by authorities from this and other states Mnny highly im portant matters, will bo considered and wnys and means discussed for the extension of the Association' work. I-'or Further Information Apply to Oklahoma Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosij I: r I, at .a ft i . tarn 31& Oklahouuu Buildiox Oklahoma cki is 'i tO'ii .'p im i ih. ,iaw.as y."" f "it 1 J.'