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TULSA DAILY WORLD..SUNDAY, SETT. 20, 1018.
3 RETURNS CAPTURED . FLAG TO VETERANS Northern Soldier After Twenty-Five Years l"rt'M-nis It to Its Former Owners. At the fall of Savannah, Com modnre Foster of the federal fleet Jandcd at CoNihatchlc. S. C. with 10,000 men, many of whom were negroes, to cut off Hardy's retreat, Wl'h v'r' to l.turin (he corps The hifth i:n.irni.. . bout B00 men. were sent to prevent ...... . u.M.T "uitpmm i landing his men at different points In the region of Cosahatchie. however, and completely surrounded the Fifth Georgia, reirlmum 1 The latter succeeded In cutting Let us examine your eyei, and make your Double Vlxlnn Glauses UIKOCAI. No dividing line bowing! Tulsa Optical Co. M. M1KSCII, Mgr. 312 S. LUo I'taono 2800 TRY THIS IF YOU HAVE DANDRUFF There la one aure way that never falls to remove dandruff completely and that la to dissolve it. This de stroy it entirely. To do this, Just yet about four ounces of plain ordin ary liquid arvon; apply It at night when retiring; uhc enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. Hy morning, most If not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve and entirely de stroy every single sign and trace of it no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find. too. that all Itching and digging of the scalp will atop in stantly, and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. You can get liquid arvon at any drug store. It is Inexpensive, and four ounces is all you need. This simple remedy hus never been known to fall. USE C0C0ANUT OIL FOR WASHING HAIR If you want to keep your hair In good condition, be careful what you wash it with. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. Thi dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and Is very harmful. Just plain -mulsN fied rocoanut oil (which is pure and entirely greasless). is much better than the most expensive soap or any thing else you can use for sham pooing, (is this can't possibly Injure the Mrlr. Simply moisten your hair with water and rub It in. One or two teaspoonfula will make an abund ance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp thor oughly, i ne latner rinses out easily, and removes' every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and It leaves it fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get mulaifled cocoanut oil at most any drug store. It !s yery cheap, and a few ounces la enough to Inst everyone In the fam ily for months. Adv. -Rouleau Millinery Formerly 106 South Main New Location 122 South Main v V. A Flowers e fin? Chrysanthemums Assorted Flowers Roses their way out with severe losses, losing their color bearer. A lieutenant of the Bihley guard Immediately picked up the flag and was killed. Then Tlpp Itarnc of the same company hurriedly picked, it up and was shot down. In tho COn fUsion. f'Hnluln Vn,,n Ik. 't A t K ' - ........ . . 1 1 U .vt,l New York, came into possesion of the flag and kept It until about 25 years later. At this time he was conductor on the road from Macon to Atlanta. Hearing that the Fifth vjeorgia was to hold a regimental reunion, he sept home for the flag. He was present at this reunion and permission to adUrcss tne boriv. urhl..h m,uu t -.1 After eulogUing those present for uieir gauaniry in mo l. osuhatchlc folded their old flag and presented it to Its former followers, with these remarks: "After keeping this flag for a quarter of a century, it affords mo Bn-ai pleasure 10 return u to such gallant former foos." This flag appeared In Friday's parade of United Confederate vet erans, in Tulsa, proudly borne aloft vj corporal laapman or the Colum bus Grays. We are InHohloH in r t." of Dallas, Texas, a former follower of this same old battle flag, for this iory. a veritable epic In miniature, showing In its true light tho undying regard and respect that an Ameri can holds for a brother, even though separated from him in principle by a great war. Mr. Ansley'a two brothers. W. 8., of Dallas, and J. T. of Longview, Texas, also followed this same flag until its capture by Captain Young. CHECKUNVlMPOWER OF NATION 100 DAYS Uftl Hoards Told They Must Speed Ip Classifications of Men Re, istercd September 12. At a meeting yesterday afternoon of the representatives of the differ ent local boards In the Tulsa dis trict, A. I McCauley, inspector from General Crowder's office, spoke on the system that is being used to as certain officially the man power of me nation wiwun 100 days' time. Mr. McCauley stated that begin ning with September 12. it was nec essary to complete the classification of 13.000,000 men In 100 davs. and that General Crowder must bo able to know where and when he can pro cure from six oil well drillers to mil lions of fighting men, and do it auirk. The cTasslficailon of the class rrom is to 3 is now In progress and the 37 to 45 will follow Immediately when this work is finished In an interview Mr. McCauley oi.ii.iu mm ne was more man pleases with the spirit, co-operation and en thusiasm of this district board oper ating In Tulsa, and that it had been a pleasure to be went to Oklahoma on the mission of bringing together the exemption boards and the home umce in wosmngton. Some 11 years ago Inspector Mc Cauley was a resident of Tulsa and took an active part in early Ok la. noma politics. VETS FOR BOY SCOUTS; MADE A FJNE SHOWING Tulsa ftnv Rrnnta m A - ........ II 1 1 UUIlllg tne reunion, did themselves proud. More than a hundred of the scouts, ranging in age from the min imum, to the maximum limit, played ...o uiK ui uioer act ror tne veterans, their families and friends in the city for the big occasion. A regular schedule of hours was Worked out and many of tho scouts were on duty ail night long showing the visitors to their lodging houses and home of the city, which had been opened, carrying baggage, etc. No one was more enthusiastic over the boy escorts than the veterans and the span of generations, repre sented as the scouts were seen pilot ing the vets about town, was Inter esting food for thought. The coun tenances of the boys told more plainly than words that they felt the responsibility placed In them and would discharge the duties to the best of their ability. JUDGE HOLDS MELLEN IS JUSTIFIED IN HIS ACTION PITTSFIELD, Mass., Sept 2S.A decree Justifying Charles S. Mellen of Stockbridge, former president of the New York, New Haven & Hart ford Kaih-oad Co., In living apart from his wife, on the ground that she had deserted him, was handed down by Judge Edward T. Slocum In probate court this afternoon. Counsel for Mrs. Mellen gave notice of an appeal to the supreme court. The attorney for Mrs. Mellen ar. gued that she had written tho "kit ten" letters, which figured in the case, merely to test the love' of her husband and show him that she could receive the attentions of an other man. Luncheons 11 a. m. to 5 p.- tn. SPECIALTIES Ahhh Pi t rv -M. t 1 Ice Cream Lane 119 South Main Street With the cost of materials and labor constantly advancing, those who know quality will recognize in .given. Same time ago, when we began planning for this sale, we determined that the values would be would have cause to remember this sale as ' ' A An opportunity two waists for price of one. No Oilober Calls. Influenza. Major Kerr of the adjutant gen eral's office in Oklahoma City has notified the local exemption board that the call for general service men for October has beeji canceled, due to the epidemic of SpanlHh influenza In the camps. Theso were called for October 11 and were to be sent to The Horoscope. I Sunday, September 29, 1918. Conflicting Influences rule this day, according to astrology. Although early In tho morning the sun Is In beneflc- aspect, Saturn and Uranus are strongly adverse. Ministers and speakers or every class may find It difficult to hold at tention or to move audiences during this configuration which encourages a cold, critical attitude of mind. It is not a rortunate rule tor malt ing appeals for any patriotic or philanthropic purpose. The churches come under a sway making for even greater changes thanges than have cprne about Two or three years ago seers predicted a broadening of work, but the future promises that great industrial enter prises will be undertaken as well as the usual charitable activities There is a sign promising that a millionaire will provide an Immense fund for the aid of returning soldiers and that this will be administered as a business venture which will be suc cessful. Since this Is the day of Judgment. according to occullsts. all men who hold In their possession either vast power or great wealth will be called to account before the final peace set tlements. This Is Interpreted to mean that the next decade will mark su preme changes. Nervous diseases, nose and throat troubles and stomach dlsortfcrs may be prevalent during the coming months. The Importance of careful living Is emphasized by the seers. With the Increase of nerve mal wk An 'Accomplishment H. in Values-, $5.95 to purchase the regular adies there will be ne and marvel ous methods of treatment. A woman will make a great discovery, It Is predicted. Again the Important need of a positive attitude of mind that shuts out despondency and all forms of fear is emphasized by astrologers. Persona whose blrthdate it Is prob ably will have a busy year. They should meet success In business af fairs. Children born on this day are likely to he talented and Industrious. These subjects of Libra have the power of winning great respect. Oopyriibt by tht MrClure Kempsper Sjro diem. On Baby. In Big Blisters. Cross and Fretful and Lost Sleep. x "When beby was about a month and a half old, both sides of his face, ears .and forehead tot some thing like dandruff. It was dry and scaly and he scratched until it broke out in big blisters. I bad to make little gloves and keep " bis hands tied up. He was cross and fretful, and the eruption caused him to lose sleep. Tbe break ing disfigured his face. "I decided to get Cuticcra Soap and Ointment. He found great relief and I used two takes of Cuucura Soap and three boxes of Cuticura Ointment whlchhealedhlm."(8igned)Mr.Violet Steely, 1322 Burnet St., Paducah, Ky. Stop the use of all doubtful soaps. Use Cuticura tor an toner purposes im frm l UM "OMum. B.l B. gospSK. (HaMUSndl SoM fmwMr. . TalcHlSW. CUIll HEALS I TROUBLE " if ! i SEDBtaMirS JfoSGpofQuafitiJ. 'Our Greatest Waist Sale of theSeasoti" 1,000 New Waists The Newest, Prettiest Styles Georgette ancT Crepe de Chine9 This marvelous sale met Saturday that we have it Monday for the , unabfe to attend sooner. Elizabeth Ann L About Town and t'ow M Us Put Our Shoulder To the That the vmt Hoimf ' Gathering J 4 Success. vj I Miss Callahan has returned from the east with a hoad brimful of Ideas about the newest and best models in gowns and suits for Pi H with such great response decided to continue benefit of those ooks She Says lAbertu Loan May He Met. autumn and wintY. 217 Aitlt build ing. I'hono 6232. The slip-over slortrlptifl blouse ha.s greater possibilities as a utility gar 119 South Main Street this sale stiino of tho greatest values we, have ever so unusual, the price so low, that all who attended I m if Values $5.95 Yd matter how great the temp tation, buy only what you need, as each sale must be final. ment than most Items of apparel Among the new things which have Just asrlved at the Tulsa Art and (lift shop are some limited edltlonx of colored etchings of Krenrli ami lli-lglan cuthcdmls. 620 South Main street. Tlio ono-plei-ei droits not only In coinfiirtjiblo mid iHN'otnAig, hut him Ih iiiIviiiiIiiki' of tin- suit In th.it It done not Imti lo lx' lUi-oinimnUtt by blouws gulon'. Mrs. Hi now si-rve dinner by ap pointment iih v'!l ;ii liini ln on, te.i or supper. imij South lloiilder. I'hono hfi.HS. Iiiirun anil xnuill uing on- v rv popular for Inlloit'il Iuii.h. Singh' wing, vtlngo In pair iiiol In Inn slmpes nni Ix'linr umiI for n trim. The Harper system of health and beauty culture has ln:n In vogue In tbe east for more than 2.1 yearn. The Tulwv shop in rhnrtrn of Miss Helen Hr.uin and loiatnd at 40 Sou Hi HouMer I opposite Tied Cross hend iiuiit ters ) invites your patronage for H'tilp treatment, facial, shampooing, manlciirlnir, body massage und vio let ray. f'lione 712fi. ' Though boad hags still am In the hcv-ilrv of thi'lr ixiiiiilnr y, many other lines nro in favor, among them velvet bags Willi erusteil silver frames. Miss Brock and Miss Elliott's School CHII.DHI'N 4 TO It Yl.AIlS OF ACK Reopens September 24th I.IMITM) l:MlOI,!,i:.MNT MKT:S INDlVlDCAIi A'PTTTNTIOJr 909 South Cheyenne Ave. f , 9 For a conservative and appropri ate holld.iy gift, I should suggest portraits of the children, for which .tho !; tiiieldre-itlvkln shop is famed. Make an engagement before tho busy season op-m. Fourth anil, HouMer, three entrances. Phone GUi.'l. High lustra figured satins, plain. MrlM'l und plaid mitliut arn being nseil to a ronsluerablo extuut for w'IMinito skirts. The Superior tea room makes a feature of lis noonday luncheons, whiih Lave urown in popujarity by leap-, anil bounds. A shipment of fi h candles was- received during the past week. 514 South Main sti eet, Tlio looetl shoe, always favored) by particular people, Is Incomparable slnis' skirts emphnslH) tlio good taste rfont dress ami the prion am such that we do not vtlfh to makc-a mis guided iiircliise, Th Klephant trunk factory hr.J two of the most attractive show windows seen In the fashion display. Throuitli an error on the part of tlio Judges; who Old not know tHat this company had been entored, the award of honor went to tho Reliable company. "When In donbt, don a big black lint." onisj advised a popular and hcuuillully gowned actress.