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' TULSA DAILY WOULD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918
10 WORKERS WILL GIVE THROUGH CAPTAIN l'nlud War Work I n lid i lo IV Italwyl Through Organizations of Various Hu-dnosno In the liy. United war work fund will Ik- ounly I'ay no. liemucrat office., II. II 1 1 or ton. Kinmr. li..rii.,.. 'iii II 1 Mcl ulii. i:x:haiiK! .National bank. W. A. Krowiil.e. I'ir.-.t Nnilniiul hunk, Merrill Kliawi; I-'iii'k J I 1 J Hupplv company. Jack Mlilkicy. Kurd liciilcrs il niv. .Milur 'o ). K. A. i 'nun, Klre and I'llllcil 1 ..I I lllllTIIH, !' II. I lo li in , l''rlMri(-H,u,iu i, Mr Green I C If I'll, I. l.lnr Mr M,li hoM lien. llrlted In Tulsa In n org.inlrcd v. . ,.ril) u,.f,f,K ,;,,, ,y. j i Uyan. nd ewy Iuik" firm ami p unt In tlie 1 laillbui tun-Aliliut t. company, Mi, city will hit under the direction if u ! Al'lmtl, Hunt Aliiriy company. Tom captain who will solicit lliu employe Hunt; Unlit company. I', II. Case .f hi Hint Itaitlon. The campaign i '"''r; H.ifsua M.nnif.u luring 0111 cnnnnllfen linx made thn following ' I'"" Unrr Gibbon. of Tulsa, t ourthuuse, Ju I Till OA OATOI1TO OTTH AFTER LONG LAY-OFF "other's" BAB !y SCHOOLS TO START W.lrl o I KUNU CUUKbt i AlmoMt inniil Condition Yclcr 111) following Ufllng of (!' Itun tliurWicw Will mini. In Ih'1 mi lime whi'n everyone i warns in help, It Ih very hard to f'"e! that onr'n iictividnys are over. I'roh. jahly that fi-rllng rumen home to "lie j more In the country than in, Dm city. In i hi' run ii try thn woik and thn i i roi mil ull culling fur I hi young ami Fining to mini Hnrl lltlfll'l lo tin-in am! thn older fnlks think sadly .f i In- ilaVH vshi-ii llii-r could havn lukiii hi, Id UhT th)-i la 11 will, Two Spanish ('Inane Will Mt To li If hi und Oil Geology CIamh Sniurday Night at llnlldlnfr. a-wlKntisciilH to the various buslnewe lndlcntrU: ' Ame.rtr.in Nntioniil hunk, H II. King, Atlantic IVtrnleuin company, J. A W.Kcever. American Kpre tumpaiy, ('. T. It". Hall TVIrphona company, Georgu Hell; Dig .Heart Petroleum coinpmy, l-.arlo JlitmtliiKii; l'nidy hold. Ted Wells: bemrd of duration, iitn-r-holtser. (oMdnn A 'o., A. It Nnil. offh . niitniniiirliir, ;uni. 'omniiiilln Itrflnlnx t oinpany. Jm-I. la-lrhfr; ,'artxr ll rompMny, V iiinlrvntri , 'ontlnr.nlnl Kupply rom pany," A I'. J'lnrh; OiiUal .Vntlonal hank, I'rd Jiunns t'l'y of TuUa. Minn Kill., AUTO SUPPLIES We have a full tock in II line, including Shock Aborber, Rim Lugs, Spot Umpi, G. P. Cut-Out, S e t Cover, Tire Cover, Jack, Bumpers, Leniei, Pump, Anti-Freeze and all Seaonable Good. See our immcnie stock of Rugs, Robes and Glove now arriving. Theae goods were bought last January when wholeale price were about half thoe now prevailing. Our cus tomers get the benefit of these early pur chase, t TIRES AND TUBES We handle the celebrat ed M I C H E LI N and MANSFIELD Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing Give your Junk Casiags to the Red Cross, but bring those not badly worn to us for Retread ing by our NEW MA C H I N E R Y and thus SAVE YOUR MONEY. We retread with Plain, Non-skid or Ribbed Cord bands, as you choose. i FREE Road Service Our FREE ROAD SER VICE is really FREE and is at YOUR SER VICE. Tulsa Rubber & Vulcanizing Co. rhotw 1721-S415-SI94 411 South Itoaltlor r 1000 More OF THOSE FINE Armour's Shield Picnics Go On Sale Today at 23c Per pound. The best and cheapest meat buy ever offered. These Picnics range in size 6 to 10 pounds. Inland ItiifinliiK company, Mr. Iluhhuril. ..iniki Muiiufiirturinir company, WiiJinr liray. K ri-Hi company, Mr Mi fi iffy; Kalv Kullwuv company. Mr Hall, Kflchiim hoirl, Mr Knlihiim. I.lla-riy National hank, Win. IcwIa; l.jvliiKHton till corporation, J. K. I.ll liiKHlon. j Mhl (i ilallni company, W lliaipil, MaKiiolhi I'nt roliojni com ixtny. Mr. MiIioIh. Maloncy 'lank .M ii it it f.tc I ii r I riK company, Mr. War rfii, Mackay T'JiKraph romtiariy, 1' Hiny; Midland Valley Hallway I company, Mr Majpm Mi t.wrn Maiiufa turlriR company, Iriaddcwacr; McMahon oil i:oiiipaiiy, Warren iJ. liucla. Nutiomi) Iwmk of i"omrr, Arthur j llcii'Jrrn, National Hupply company, ' Krank l'Win I Oklahoma I'rtroleuin A 'lux o , Mm CoIihii, oil Well Hupply com pany. .Mi l-iirn; Ohio I 'lllm Hail company, Karl tl. HhiLffir, Okla- ' hoiiia Natural (iita company It. II. lhrtlrtt; oklnlioma Iron VVirrka. Mr. iIiiih; Oklahoma I'nlon Hallway compiinv, Mr. Iaiih; Oklahoma Tool I Hupply 'o, f W. Moore, Okhi hoiiin IIOHpltal, Minn Titr I rmliii cm Htatn Hank, vr. Rrci-r; ' llnh'Mahonry, office. iTulrla Oil A (laa Co., Krank (iray, nhop; I'an- i A mrrlcan Hi'flnliiK company, Mr. ' Muhliyr; I'uhllc Hrrvlc company, II. 1 M Haii'M, riMcn oi corporation, Mr. I'almcr; I'lcrca. I'ortir A Martin. J. H. I'lrrc; I'oalul Ti Irurapli coni ' pany, Wrn. A. Iirake. ! Honimi I'i'trolciim romapny, II. i II. I'arki r. I lira Head mill, Mr. Knldr; 1 Hiind HprliiKa railway, V. H. Htrffina; ! Hclhy oil Ar (Ian Co.; Hprry Oil A Itlua Co., W. K. Ixxkhnrd; Hlnclulr I oil A (laa Co , IS. II. Ilouaton; Htamlard oil ronipnay, Mr. Carln; Hon i hern Oil corporation, C. It, Mon , fort. j Ttdnl Oil ciimpany, ton Rell: Twdn Hlata oil company, K. V. Mallcj-: 1 'IV-caa I'lpe l.lna rompaivy, J. Cal- I lahan, office, W. K. llolmea, reflnry; II'iiIku Hotel, J. A. Itoblnaon; Tulaa 1 Ihmpltal; Tulm Holler a Machinery company, Mr. Htrlcker; Union Na tional bank, F. i: Walker; Vami ever Pry iioodl rom pany, CharKr Vandever. Woolworlh company, Mr. Hoff man; World PuhHahlnK compajty, N. (I. llenthorne; Weatern Union, 0. A. Ctlne; I'ubllc flervlce oomvany. C. N. Ilatea. llynum bulldlnt, O. R. Wamw. Tiiiri didn't 'akc lorn In K'tuni?! Imck Into old form j Artn ltiiK aiiMpcnd"d a month hko i when lh firm nhlvcr:nK im-w of the: Influenza epidemic Hctllcl down on the conimuniiv were rcMiinicil vih i terndw. and while tliero wasln't the;,. , '. .., ,,. uaual cert.ili.tv ahou. the ,.r.n who , . HU ,.,,, wml ,IkMI ,.. h in nowo iov.ii, iui'i ,..-, . ... t'nder the tltln of Y. M. f. A. achoola, the real work of the educa tional department of the Y nturt Monday nlKhl when two Kpanlnh cl.if:Hi! will he held The achool wo . ., "ir.n.ji Will l ,-(J. 1 UT .1 IIUIII Wl.o however, 'he way will not he found Hl, ra,)y J() Uft whpn thB cpl,emlc lilK 'lined to wander around Inalcinl of halnir a fixed niiri.oMC, It waa the U pi' "I Tulau Holiday I ChUrchcx were filled ycnterdav, land preachera were Inaplreil lo the I oiciihIoii. 1 1 r - in I ii ii 1 1- Hpcakcra oc. ' entiled part of the time In most of : the rhurrhet und K'tvi a hrlef talk on the Kre.it in.iiiile rampalK" heinx j waved hy the peveii war axeni liH. I hiidlnif up to the drive thin week I Tticate.ru opi-md and did a eapa ' city huiln-ea lllll Hinllli didn't K-t I hla audevllle Kmpreut rmililiiK until ihe nlKht iihowa, hut the houne w.im old out for hjith performuricca Klven laei nUhi cil "(!randmothfr'H Aid. Mie real ned that farm work, even milking! iindchurnlnr, w:ih too much for her alrenKth, "Hut," ahe at'Kued, "why; not do thn other thniK and leave thn the young women free to help outof doorii." Her own houwhold waa Himple, and, hv :i little extra effort, "he waa fiee xevcral houra each day. I'uririK the harveat aeaon ahe Went' to different iictuht'oi K. took care of email children, did the IronlnK, cook- i eu inn noon meai anu K'nerany nniue It poNilhln for Ih" hoowwoi knr lo take the place In thn flelda of Home hoy who hud heen called to the flair Her accounla of her experi ences are very aunialti.?. Hhe aald C.ifea that hme l.een runnlne until i she boom found that If ahe waa to midnight were In full operation i rook to advantage It waa often eaaler KnMIrr Arr ArmntrA, KNOXVIIJJO. Tenn., Not. 1 Threa youn men -1vln thalr name aa (!uy U. llerron, M. C. Dodire anil I- II. Hodge were arretted here ya terday nn rhargna of Imperannatlng army officers. All the .en are aald to be eoldlere. USED FIFTY YEARS FOR RHEUMATISM AT ALL DRUCGI3TS early thla morning, hut the reetrlc- tlon on eervlng tne roiirin meat nan Home effect. The food rei;ilntlonH prevent the opening of thn dinner daj.i-lng n' Hotel Tulat, the fourth meal helng .rohlhlted. Mr. Jewel aald that until thnre waa n modifi cation of the food order, the dancea would he tahoo There wan no way of checking up the hi t u at i'i ii regarding the epi demic, and In the nhienre of any alnrming Information, the official aav they do not contemplate further aptead of the dlaeane, and that the control la permanent. tr take her own utetiella with her. hroke out and haa heen delayed for over a month In It program, hut according to C. K. I'Mlle, Jr., the delay haa given thoee In charge an opportunity to strengthen the couraen to he presented and to get the achool before the people. The heginncra' nlaaa ' In Hpanleh will moot at 7:00 o'clock Monday evening In room "II" on the aecond floor of thn Y. Thoee Intereated In the Hpanlah language, whether they have enrolled or not are Invited to he preaent ut thia time. Henlor I). A. Alverez, Instructor In Kpanlnh, Hieaka the language a.1 hla native toni;ue and tux eyatem of teachlntf bring thn Htudent not only Into a correct apeaklng. knowledge of 8pan IV hut into n reading and writing knowledge aa well. Thla courne continue for a period of eight month, meeting Sometime,, ahe found a well-e.ulppel ! i1r'n,;'y and Tlmrad.-iy evenlnga nt kitchen, hut often her enameled ! J : 00 P- ' ror thoae atudenta who nave rontlnueM the atudy or Hpaniah In private h-KHonx during the flu, an warn fcauccpan, rylng pan and Cof feepot save 'I the day. Hhe alao found that the leon of their u'e waa not li.nl, aa when ehe paid an other "help" vlait aim frequently found her own thing had been du plicated to the great eatlafartion of I he poaaeaaor. The example of thla wonmn haa been followed by aeveral of her own age und many a naved harvcKt ahould bo credited to them. ALABAMA NEGRO MOBBED p.nFr nRrtAN fii i Fn i FOR SHOOTING UP TOWN WITH AFTER-WAR SPIRIT The November Irhiih of the Tulrni Kplrlt, which will be ready for d!a trlhutlnn Monday, Bound the fore word of the efter-the war Induatrlal campaign for which Ihn chamber of commerce hn heen preparing for ome time. The trend f the edltorlaa and of the many contributed artlrlea la along the llnca of Induatrlal reju venation and oontlnuii'lon of the conflltlone which prevailed In Tulaa before the war had made Its In roads upon the rank of labor. In contrast to the cry that rnmea from many cltlc of Induatrlal atng naUon hecauae of the war. the pic ture of "Tulaa'e everchanglng aky llne" on the cover of the November Hplrlt, telle In graphic manner the atnry of Tulaji'a continued develop, ment In eplte of the war. After reading the current lau of the Hplrlt, the Tulsa rltlxen who. haa heen looking Into the future with eome mlagivlngn will be given an awakening and experience the reall ratlnn of the etupendouaneaa of In duatrlal plana which will aoon be put tinder way and which wUI fix Tulrni definitely na one of the leading In dustrial centers of the country. WILL GET ROSTEB OF EVERY NURSE FOR FUTURE USE While the women of Tulaa today ar making a eanvaaa of the city In the urvited war work campaign, data of very great Importance to tho na tion will be gathered hy them for the American Ited Croas. A renaua of the nurses In the community will be taken. Kach worker Is aaked to mark with a croaa the name of every graduate nuree, student nurse, prac tical nurse and nurse's aide. Thn atatlatlcs will be for the protection of the community n any-pomilble emergency, and to have when thn nation calls for nurses for war work. KHKKKIKI.lv Ala., Nov. 10. Will ltlid, it negro, waa taken from thn Jail here early tonight by u. mob of about 100 men, carried to the hank of the Tinneaaeo river and hanged. The body la allll hanging them tonight. It la reported that the aamn mob I on the wuy to Tuaciimbla to get two negroes there charged with the murder of 1'ollceman Graham at Sheffield lust week. The negro Hlrd la alleged to have heen Hhoottng up the lower end of Sheffield thla afternoon and It la claimed boasted that he "was out to get a policeman." He waa finally captured after a running fight of more than a mile, during which the negro fired 8 shot from a rifle at his pursuer. Of fleets alao fired at thn fugitive, -lint the only wound Inflicted was In the man's right arm. About & o'clock thin afternoon a mob of 100 unmasknd men appeared at the Jnll and demanded the prlS'javer and he was surrendered. The lynch ing at thn river bank followed. CARDINAL GIBBONS ASKS THANKS FOR OUR VICTORY CAMP MKADM. Ml., Nov. 10. In a sermon today at a memorial mass celebrated in the field for aoUllera of this camp who have died In battle, Cardinal Gibbons railed on the peo ple of the I'nlted Htatett to thank tVod for the victory of tho allies and to ask II1m for racn to "walk the ways of wisdom, obedience and hu mility." The cardinal said a critical time has now come) when the peoples of thn allies must use the fruits of lc tory to good advantage and whn the people of this country must unite be hind .the authorities The cardinal spoko from the steps of a field altar and above him was a large American flag. "We have conquered," said cardinal, "because we believe th righteousness exalteth a nation and because we believe In Justice and In humanity. tlvn that S o'clock cliisa to follow the begin ners' class has been started. Al though thla I a small claws ft Is ex pected that those especially apt in learning the languatre will catch up with the advanced class. Interesting to those who have a speaking knowledge of Spanish and wnnf to brush up In It will be the special class In conversational Span ish to meet with Sonor Alverez, on Tuesday and Friday evenings st 7 o'clock for a period of five months. i,()ri-,Lim.-illv meals will be served and all conversation In connection with the service of the menls will he carried on In Spanish. This class will subscribe for Spanish paper and read the Pan- American Union In Spanish. fill Ocology, the class thnt Is at tracting the most attention, meets next Saturday evening at 7:10 in room "11" at the T and will con tinue at this time for a period of 31 weeks. In this class alone, an en rollment of 30 has heen reached nnd as the class Is limited In num ber a very few more will be accept ed. Internated parties should call Mr. Islle at the Y -to arrange for enrollment. Occasional field trips will be made on Saturday afternoons. Thn committee on Instruction are: James II. Gardner, J. R. I'ember ton. A. I. Heekley, M. J. Munn. George R. Mattaon, J. M. Herald and MIhs Margaret Campbell, who wilt solect the Instructors and lecturers for the various meetings during thn 3 2 weeks and also the field trip leaders. Miss Campbell and Mr. Herald will head up the Instruction In the text. "Chamberlln and Sails hury's College Geology." The first field trip will be made on Saturday afternoon, November 29. Those en rolled In this class are from the oil companies and Include among others some of the heads of department and young ladles from the offices of oil geologists. It I hoped that classes In English, mathemntlcs and history can be started within two weeks as well as a course In public speaking. Over IS calls have already been made for public speaking Instruction and this class bids fair to he a large one. Thn course of study Is very prac tlcal, having ss Its Idea the teaching of men to think on their feet, and to express their thoughts In the best possible way. The similarity between iinlilic sneaking nnd salesmanship is kept In mind always and an at tempt to make it userul in tne lire of each man regardless of his pro fession or business. There Is an es pecial call for this course from men who nre Four Minute Wen and men who have been speaking since war began and learned the need of such a course. The Goods Must Be Good Goods or the Sale Is no Good YfflilEi No. ? U 105 East First Street Phone 6970 SETTLE'S CASH MARKET 16 East Second Street Phone 3484 Tulsa's Leading Grocery Store and Market PROOF OF THE PUDDING PROVEN BY RESOLUTIONS The famous test of the epicure to determine whether a pudding Is good or not sometimes proves to be both disappointing and unreliable; the nfter-effects of all good things must also be taken Into consideration. When Tulsa concocted a "good time" for thn benefit of her thou sands of visitors during the I'. C. V. convention last month, she did not consider the "morning after" ef fects, but went the limit on each day's entertainments, and let tho morrow take care of Itself. And the stunt was a good one, as Is proved dally by the scoria of let ters of appreciation and thanks that come to us from all over thn United States. The following note of apprecia tion was received yesterday by his honor. Mayor C. If. Hubbard. 'The Confederate Soldiers Home, Marietta. Georgia. To the honorable mnvor of Tulsa: At the meeting held ystoTday at Marietta, Ga.. camp 70S, l C. V.. a.resolutlon was unanimously passed to express to the authorities of Tulsa. Okla., our ap preciation of their courtesv and con sideration shown to the delegates at the Inst Confederate reunion. "Our delegates report that every thing was done for the comfort nnd entertainment of the veterans, and we wish to let you Know thnt we are appreciative and grateful for your manv evidences or good will, lte- spectfully. R. de T. Lawrence, ad jutant camp 76J. U. C. V., Marietta, Ga." LADY MANAGER AT Y. W. C.A. CAFETERIA AN INNOVATION Hecauae of a change of manage ment the . M. c A. caJeterta will remain closed Mondav and Tuesday and after rearrangement will open to the public Wednesday morning under the management of Mrs. T. W. Hlce, who comes highly recommended from Claremore where she haa had consklerable experience there as manager of some of the Claremore cafes and res'.anrants. The hiring of Mrs. Ulce ss manager of the cafe teria Is something new at the l, for hitherto the managers have always hen men. This Innovation fits in with the Y's policy to release every moji posslblcfor war work and makes the staff of cafeteria workers largely of women. Make the world safe for our boys and girls. Open your hearts. Give to the united war work campal&n. (liy 'SSBS' TO HELP YOU SAVE Turn to thia Page for Profit IT POINTS THE WAY TO FfONflMY wmjiMtr DENYING YOURSELF THE NECESSARIES OF LIFF These advertisements are money saving suggestions. Let them help you It Doesn't Pay to use f? leaky radiator. Let us fix it NOW. We save you one-third or more on recore work. Auto Radiator & Fender Repair Co. . H. I). GRAVES, Prop. 106 South Boulder Specialty Tjfflrc and Store Fixtures Tulsa Carpenter Shop B. BRANDHORG, Trop. 306 S. Frankfort Phone 468 -The White Is King" Machines 'or sale and rent. We do hemstitching. White Sewing Machine Company JIS K. Third Phono 778S Note Our New Addrrw Ton can save many a dol lar at our upstairs stoa, , . We have no fake sales, spe slal gales, etc., every day or two. We sell you high class I-adles' Ready-to-Wear and Millinery at prices that are lower than special sale prices. Oar low upstairs rent en ables us to do this. Parisian Sample Rooms Upstairs Over WoolworC'i M . JUL AKE ONEY Sell us your Junk. We pay hlKhest market price. Buy and sell pipe, all sizes. Team service, free. Indiana Supply & Junk Co. T. Goodman, Mgr. 21 E. Cameron Phone 4174 Ms The Plumber Is Your Best Friend. So send for us now In order to In sure good work and to -prevent a bigger bilh later on. . Bell Brothers Plumbers '-is-s- .-' Real Furniture Values Bayard Furniture Co. 21 N. Main Phone - 4689 II Beautiful and Exclusive JEWELRY at reasonable prices go to Everybody Knows that it is false economy to buy cheap tools and cheap hardware. Buy the BEST they cost LESS. C. H. JUSTICE 210 North Main SPECIAL Big selection of Men's and Ladies' Raincoats at Special Prices SQUARE DEAL CLOTHING STORE Our prices can't be beat. Telephone 3675 5 North Main Street, Tulsa, Okla. Third Door North of the Frisco Tracks. "We deal 0 all the year O' IT PAYS TO TKADK WITH THK FASHION SHOP Tailors SonUirast corner Sorond and Main, Takm, Okla. Walk Upstairs and Save $10 on SUIT OR OVERCOAT Made tn four order J $27.50 to $60 All pom wool. Satisfaction (njuaateed. tXEANTNG AN1 FKKKSING PHOITE 5910 New England Cafeteria Home Cooking, Popular Prices, New, Clean, Up-to-Pate. Six Cafeterias Two in Tulsa 307 South Cincinnati 122 West Third SUFFRAGE WINS IN STATE BY SUBSTANTIAL MARGIN OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 10. Complete official returns to the state election board from, 41 coun ties indicate beyond doubt the adop tion of the woman suffrage amend ment to the constitution In last Tues day's election. The returns in hand show a vote for suffrage of RS.OfiS and SR. 894 against. In practical! all of these counties the amendment received a clear majority of all votes cast In the election. Tho silent vote is run ning remarkably low, one of the counties reporting this morning showing only 14 silent votes. To Remove Trench Vermin. WASHINGTON. Nov. 9. Ameri can soldiers returning homo after the war will be required to pass through government "de-lousing" plants for the removal of trench vermin. Forty-five "of these plants, the war deportment nnnounced to day, will be erected under the super vision of the surgeon general at a cost of $1,500,000, Yard Work Stopped. WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 10. Orders hare been received by the Liberty Shipbuilding company to discontinue all work on yard con struction and proceed with actual ship construction on the ways that have been prepared. The order necessitated the dismissal of much common labor that could not qualify for ship construction am", gave rise to the belief that the Liberty yard waa to go out of existence. Now It's "Herbert Stew.' A housewife who has invented a meatless stew highly commended by all her friends, passes on the receipt to others. Her children, by the way, call it "Herbert Stew" tn honor of Mr. Hoover! Slice two large onions thin and put In an enameled ware frying ran with a very little water. When they are beginning to get soft add three large tomatoes, peel ed. If fresh tomatoes are used. If canned, half a can. Let these conk together fifteen minutes and add half a can of okra and a can of red kidney beans or a pint of boiled beans of any kind. If tho family like peppers add a green peper cut fine. Let all thla cook together, with a cover over the frying pan. for an hour. Take off the cover, and two tablespoons fuN of butttr and cook another hour to dry off little. To have this stew as U should be, It must be made In a fry ing pan, as that gives more tnrtv for the final evaporation, and tat frying pan must be enameled war as Iron would darken the tomatoes and okra cooked In It for so long time. "November, Breakfasts PostToasties (Mast e Cos) Saw n w m s- . Idgfe.