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TULSA DAILY WORM), MONDAY, NOVKMRER 18, 1918. r. it j e ;i : E 0 n ir i 1 i -s t L 1' V i it i a ? ;; i ' ft ; i. r SAYS FANCHER GIRL CAUSE OF TROUBLE Mrs. Iiiiln ScliiThtc-r tNiy I'rwil trl Had Irftl llcr ItniixliliT Asiniy cry Utile In Suy. GIVES UP TO AUTHORITIES fmmrdlalrly 1'nlhmliig Killing, ""die AprM-nrs nt Office of County Attorney. "I am I'm old to i-liei ii ihiii'It In my Iniirt," Maid Mm. iiln Si bel li ter In h' r cell liiMt night, lit the count y 1a1l, wli'-ro r-ho Is being held on il rbTgii of killing Wren K.mili'r, I 'i yen is old, whom she ihiiisiiI of hat iriK b-j tii-r daughter iwlrny. "Women (it my a ilmi i hin of klllllli' except iih souii-t lilnV- 'on ,"r rfble lt I'oii'eiiipliit''," nIi.i nalil Mir HohTlili-r Piw- herself up lo Dim mi. thoillh-a ,Sn I unla v night after rtii liad hnt thi- I'litnln-r k I ' 1 t hriniL h the heart In front of her home. Hid lOimt Tenth etrcei. 'Thliiits briil been going from I ;t I lo worse with i,iv girl ""'I I knew the OUR PARENTS BEFORE US Says Cobdrn Iidy, UxpJ IHark-Drauffht; InU'rcstirijf Tale of Her Faith in Thin Old Reliable Family Remedy. Cnhttun, TM. Mm. Allrr Mi-tx. of hli plnr, thlnlm that hrn ynu huvn founrl a i;iioi thlnn. It In yntir .Inly to Irt ollirm know alio tit It. Hlia wrllKn: "Wi hv imrnl lllark IruKht In our family for yar. aa our ,rnt lu fnrd u nnrl It, an a nrnral mnllrlna for llvrr ami atrial art) trniiblr. "Il lit ulito flna for tha rhllrlrrn. Thry Ki-t i.way Hiimrllrnra, Jimt Ilka rhllilrin will, and nt Jut fvi-ry-tlilriff Many tlmaa I hava prevent -J nrrlotn troulilrl by takln inf rhllitrrn In hanii and doalnK them tnnrnuirhly with Hlark-OrauKht. "My huahanrl (akna Hlai k-Drauf ht for conatlpatlon. It worked wun-rli-m In hla raaa. In fart, wa ara all true bellovara In Plark-Iratmht and ara never out of It. Wa would run rori to any otner remeuy, un der any rlrrumalanraa." Thadford'a l'laik-Drautht la a medicine that every peraon ahonld keep In the hoiiae. and uaa at the lent aim of Indlieetlofi. conatlpa tlon, liver and atomach troublea. It la purely venetable. and aeta actively on the bowela, itently atlm ulatlnc the llvar, and helping to In rraaaa the normal dlacharRa of bile Into tha InteaUnea. It aaalaU In the dl(nntloii of food and reltevea omrtlpatlon In prompt and natural way. Try Black-Draunht. . At aJl drucclala. Adr. IN MISERY FOR YEARS tin. Courtney Toll- How Sh Waa Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's VefeUblo Compound. OakaJoa imply In "Far ywara i waa from a weaknaaa and awful paloa and nothing mlary aeamad to do ma any good. A friend - advtaad ma to take Ly dia R. Pink, ham'a Vegetable Cempouad. 1 did ao and got relief right away. I can certainly re commend thla valaaMe medi cine to other woman who Buf fer, for It haa auch good work for me and It win heip e there If they It a fair trial" Liaaie Comrtney, 111 tth Ara., WWat Oaaalooaa, Iowa. Wlu wlU women drag along from lay to day. year to and year out, unerase aoe mteary a did lln wnea aocti Jeuera aa tnw are eontloeaily being publlahed. kvery woeneJi who aqffera from dla plaeentoota, arreenkarttiea, Inflamroa Uon. oJoeratloa, eackaehe, nervoua- - who laaatng tnroeurn ua rbaaaTe el Life altaukl gtye UUj fa mews root an berk remedy, Lydia K. FfcukbsJB'a Tegatabie Compound a trial. rw nveoaw mvrtcm wrva Ldkk . Ptokbaan Medicine Co., Lynn. M The reaeUt of Its Jong Km m a-r uoo. oeoeraooa, kaeaacne. nervoua- ym j - - a aeea. or who kt throagH the & Lrai I ianc, - at W nrvoa. V f ForShBalMng i dBUAAtegB i'-if (fSiff- ftrSS,E JM$ji Its now banded 4f t0 msure yu ;! UP'TuS fr6ettine the genuine M- - JlltSiHlT Jm 'Quality unequaled iimm r (mil ana kaikii kiq JK ; T N eheinpooaog. not to epoak ef a. X A; JlF' Sold in TuUa JtepioiJUtkiceapMkyaudakmTj VjJr ; and-everywherc you o 1 'I JSZ$ ewwSrT.TT'u 7 gSr-S- H.FENDR1CH, Maker V. VANSV1LLE . IND. 'ill IgXaa-aafcaw. I af . . ; . t r- ' eawa-aeaea-a-.-.. TnOT M f h. I,, '." .c .t i on i I n l i-l. i ml I'lM'.l Ml '! i II I Who lolil II World 1.iMl'l lllll hi' llllirilly HOIlliI IN, Ik'' II IH r.illln Mill Irmi m Hill' ill-Hi I'll III. I I" I'lirilniMiil ltciotti-r. In h-i "NiM I., i iii' . 1 1 1 ' ) 1 1 1 1 1 ' I ii in 1 1 ii v nigh! ,i i s lie ii .ml in . Kill- I' ll fl I Ml "I I ill- I' i oh I hll h hIii- . 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1' ' ii,, Ii. if L'll I w i k ,ntii "I 1'iillK 'i I Ii I'M ,l u: ' . ' , l r l.ii k " hIk- km. I S.illil.l.iy cir,ili'. ..ill- ili'l mIii- Mm l .-il iln'.y Ti i.' , '.l i Hoi i. ili'l In ni.f.Hi; tin- I'i'i Kir r. I i i n I Vim li.'i .il lll-l : lot H iij 'I V, II II I In -('' y.., win II '.mi Inn l ' " Vii'l i III !''.' (Of In, A I, ' on,,, in, ; i,,. i, ,-i , Mi. .-, I,, , I, III I I ' M - .,1,1 ...Kh I'l,.'. , . -V II Tli.' Kill O'ino Hi lll-l hll-l W l,,,i , Ol ll'l i,i, l.i'l. -.tliii III" IhiiiI Slii' .Ii,' Mr h S. I-. 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In-, hli r .'-.'l:ii.-.l .-ii I . .ii i Ii il ii Nnlfi- in In', linn Ii iliMiutril l.y I lo- of kin, I 1 II, . - A oiothi'i ly a I'l'i'ii Hill woiiian ol i''4, whoM- tiff Ii m a p,i I'l-rii I v l'i--ii xpi'llt IIMIOIIK hunil'l'1 Hill roiiiiillntli - mi !iMiiiiIiik ,i inuki' ill,- l,i'-l of 'a mi ( i in 1 1n ii Hhlrli a- Mivv t,, hi'i- n till' tvoiii.i ii'n ih -pat In, i'lll of Ihi' in'illU lull hint tilKht ' y S'l lii i II H'l Kniii iniitni'l Kiri-i;ii'i.M. Ii' i KIIIKI0HI lioiiii' ilri - i lliul vi'i y ili--liiianor i'lT In sliiiliifi' r.ilillJl',1 In tin' Itii-alrli a I mal" attiri. of annthiT woman iiioiiir Ii..hi flanhv fin tur't iiml Iii-iii Ink -how ! plainly tti.it hIii wan a woman of itiinthr World. A tlflr.l woman win lylnit liruni' iii'oiT u rot. a iiii ri'nl !y not Inti-ri-Mli"! In what tmk pin Hhi hail no iiiiNWi'r tral for re. pnriiT iiii-nt ion ; "Wimlii vim ilo It nv'T :iKiln If yrni ; hml It to ilo'"' A ahfiiK nf the KlinnlilrTa Ili'l j only n plv j "I don't rnrr In any any nior " "he wild, iiml further efforta lo uen. 1 lion lii'r were uh Irna llr-r linalmnil. wlm l a "int rar-tor vlMMed her diirlmc the dny 1 fi (liuiKhtrr wlin. uhe eurt, wax tin raiinii of the killliiK .did nl ihiiih to the Jn 1 1 durliiK the day. IVAIh of Italiy. Janet l-iirllle. kIk year ril.l lUiiirhliTlif Mr ad Mr, n (".' l-'lnk illi'd yeaterdnv ofliTiioon at (he home nf her parenta. II 10 l-aiat Kei oml utrei't. Iii iith wna cau-i'rt from mien in on I a. Funeral eervlcen will he held from the home nl 2:30 thla af tertmom by Itev. C. W. Kerr. Ilurlal will ho In Itiwe IHI) cemetery. The diet during, and after In Nuenut. Ilnrllrk'a Malted Milk, nourlnhlng. dlguatlbl. Adv. Rupture Kills 7,000 Annually fleven IhoiiMirid piriom mch vr r 'aid iwty -th burial rerlifh-ale lieina nttrlinl " Rupture " Wbv I lii-' iimr thi unfnrtanatM one haa nele,t''fl tiii'mflve Of hail been niereli- takltir rare of the ln tawelllnri f the ffli-tlon and pay "if no attention to the-Vaiise What rr you doing t ' r jam ni-tflrrting vourai'ir liy wi-arlnf a tru.a. ai'i'haiire, or nhil-ter name you i-hnune in ,-all it f A) Iwm, ihi trim la only a niake'hlfl - a fain" prop aralnal a mliapaiiia- wall - and i-annet li etperlfl to ai-l ai more rliamral iiHrt Trie fc!M ""'.r' mP rtrda bluod rirriilatlnn. tttua rol'littif th weakened muaHea of that which Ihi-j ni-nl moe t-- niMi r l a h in en t Mill arlenee haa found a way and every I rum anflerer In th laud la Invited In make rkr.r, teat nrlu In the pru.rv of I heir own home The IM.AI'tK inethnil l niiquealmiialily th mo.l a.-lrntiflr-. Inrl.-al and aurrrMful aelf trealnirnt for rupture the world liaa pvrr known. Hie I'l.APMI lull whin ailbxrlnc rhwe Ir lo the hoity i-annol kihki)iI,v hi "r -.hlft ' out of plai r. therefore, i-annot rhwf.. or i pinch. Soft aa velvet -eav to apply - in eipenaivr To lie ,ncl oln.i ,,,,, work ! and whllal you aleep. No utrapa liurklea or iiriiiita altachwl Learn how to rloaa th liernial openine ! aa nature Intended ao Hie rupture rtS'Ti oom down Send your name lodav lit j 1M.APAO t'O. Illork 117 7. M liula. Mo. tor rKKI-V trial plapav and the information 1 neeeaaary. I HOTEL OXFORD Ftrlrtly modern, atcam heat, hot and cold running water In every room, private bath, rnnma ini;le or eiiHiilte. itatea $5 per week and up. Corner Third and Detroit T f oin l.lll Ki m. i i v -v i v r. j -k. - ' I the war way alter i Ti, WIDOW PENSION MAY RUN TO $8,000 THIS YEAR "An avi-iua,: of fifty widow in th.- ji'iiy or i tilia ,-- i ' i. ,i r,,"iilh,y ,i'ii 1 -hoi I -i nu i niK- from $ln to l.'ii. oiolr-r i lln ployihioii of Ihi- vioW N pi n-, on I'lll I'li'.'ii-.l I h i ... yi-ar- u:o l.y tin- "t'lli' li'iflnlat'ir.'." Hin'.i-d l.iw.-, ''liin, roii-itv i lrrk, I it i'v nlim . "Thi- iiiiimIht. iii'Vr it'tliii' lie-., l rail-Hi of lit'W peiin,'ll-i Im-I ii if iri.ltlte.l I whlii- olhi r wi'iiu-n ii i.i rr y ai- iln unit I 'Imp out. nvi-l-nu.'s ill, :,',. the tot.il j minimi) ' ii'l out iff my offlre if near i;mi n mnnth. "No furl hoi allnWrtiH.' Is ini'li- fur i hllili in. I " ri'lt-r the proviKlunH ol , IhU l.iw. a woman without uu-.ini i f Miippiirllni! hi-1. ii-If. ami Ii,iiiik thn-i-or four tun ii 1 1 ihll'lii-ri iimli-r four-ti'i-n vi-iim of an". U i-ntlll.,1 to the maximum pot n!on of J 1 1 "Uist yi-ar. 7 1 whm paid nut t i i-iirn for thi- wiil'turi an, I f.itherli-aH i-lil litroii nf TuNa, anil I fullv i-x pM'i that the entire iimnunt ullowi'il the city. $M.(I0H. will be neeili'd ilur In; thin yi-ar." PONY RAFFLE ADDS $275 TO UNITED WAR FUNDS ('. A. Itankin, n a i li'Mtii.-i n fro in MuekUKee. waa th Winner of the Shntlnnd pony which wile niffli'd at the Hotel Til lui Saturd.ty nlhl in the IntiTi'Kt of the uniti', war fund riimp.ilKn by Mm. Vlnlfn. Wuxha bauiih'N team. Mr. liankin hold ticket number '0. In the nt'iijhhorhnnt! n Sort tlcketn wi fe Willi. 1111,1 $.'75 win nctti-il The fiOlll Will itiillillfil til Itio in, tv I the 'chllilren nf John II. Markh.im llainlln'H Wlrnril oil n Safe I lot , Tri'iitmciil. How often lockjaw ami hi I pnisivi remit from the ueu'lect of a Hlltrhl xcrntch or lilt 1.- cut' liamlm'H l.iinl till Ik a safe and cllVctlw firnl aid lieatnu nt It is a powi-tful unllKeptU' and should hi applied im nu-ilintely to wounds of thla kind lo prevent ,an"r of Infection. It Ih eoothlnif an, I healing ami giilckly ilrlvi'N out pain and Inflam inntion in c isi-h of Hpraln. hruim-a, eiita, buniH. lutea and Btlncs Ju-t as reliable, too. for xnff neck, note feet, cnlil Horen, canker Horea. earuche and tool hache (let It from druiTKl.stH fur 3n centu If not aatlsfted tetiirn the bottle nnd net your money back. liver cotiHllcpatcd or have sick headache Juit try Wizard I.lv er Whlpn. ple.nant little pink pills. ,10 ictits. ( luaranl.-cl. BLOOD POISONING Coca-Cola Is "All There" QOCA-COLA, though reduced 50 per cent in quantity, still maintains 100 per cent quality. There's only one glass to be had now where there were two Infore necessary conservation cut our biiar supply in half, hut the glass that you do get is "all there" in materials, exactly as it was before nothing to dilute or cheapen your favorite bevera'ge. When you orcicr (oca-Cola, aj for it by its full name and demand the genuine. Your palate will tell you if a substitute is served. If you suspect you've been served with a substitute, nut the question squarely up to the dealer. Tin; Coca-Cola Company ATLANTA, GA. i' li'' . ii....', iiinii ...iii::' ill i John McCormack I I 1 i ' V ' I t; I, r He Appear lit Convention Hall nexk ciln'-jiil.iy Kvrniiiir. SAYS RAINS RUINED HER CLOTHES; WANTS $1,054 recent Alli-KiiiK that durliiK the heavy ralnn, clothing an,, artlclen of furniture of 1 1. or. I were rfulned Mih.i 'I MoiKe tu the extent II. -in ley filed laini uk iltint I he city of Tu mm for' I that ainoiint .' aliird iy. The water. 1 cliinns Mixs ll.inlcy. filled up the j stoi in sfwi'i.s anil ovi'i'f lowed Into her I I'liKi'tiii-in, with ttie aluive dam.iKe re. ' SIlUlliK j "Uaspli-nj vi'loiir porticrs." vul I ue, I at I Inn. yeeial mills v i rait mie I in cost J.,11 each, ;'ii necktlc.s. costing jt.'.'ii i.icli. an i-laliiir.ite nml ex . pctiMve .ifsoilno tit of oslrlch plumed, la ilrew-r coxtitiic II, Ml, besides hi-v-leral trunks cunt nniiiK iininentlon ' atili-svKT,. included in the list of dl I lul. '.I ai t u li's The claim Is the cause of much pel ph-v. it y atnotiK the "motv male ' tiii-nthcis of the city comiiussioni'rs' I ilep.ii tnient. Just why ihe la.lv should reserve her basement for tile xtoi.iKe "I the above articles of ex jpcti!aie and very valuable clothing oi'iriir ttie nios: tiriansw era t'le iiuoe tion. while niii' was heard to remark that "tie didn't see how water could hurt raspberry velinir poitiers; that In. wife always ramie, I it up In Klass jars." Baby Ccrning To Your Home? The Wonderful Event That Will Bring Much Cladneaa. i. . dear Are you looking forward proepectlve mother, lo the wonderful, Klorlous tune whe n you vhull hold ill your arms the little mite, which 's of your flesh nnd blood, with fee'.i-iijs of inisgn ing ' Now is the time to K"t In condi tion to meet the crisis, and three ren eralions of women hate foun.l in the tune-lionoicil preparation. Mo. ther's l Yieiid. a i; r.i t . I u I , pern 1 1 -. i ing reinedy to prepare their vvstcnu to w ithstund the shock. Tin) a -ii ' "1 this fanri .- irnielv is to relive teiiiioii il.'uvi nerve;', m is, tendons ami ligiiu 'u.s. to io-lii-M' strain ami iliscomforts, such tis neuse.i. nervousness, h a Imr-down an, I strclchim; p-itns. liy te.:i:hir u-e. during Ihe pciod the inuscl-'s pan, I easily when the baby Is bur:i.i pan: un,i dan tcr at th-- eris's ,s: naturalK less an, I the hours fewer. Im not neglect i hi use nf Mo-her's l'ueiiil. it is fur evlet nal pphr.it ion only, is al..-iiliite safe iiml womter f 1 1 1 1 effective. Will.' ttie ttradfield K -g' I at T enmpany, Mi-pt N. Uinii:- llii'uling. All, i:. la. lieoria, for '.heij '"t,iet ln" d l'""U. and obtain r hut;.e of M' ther's lYiend from ihe diug -'i'l ,' It is in-.' as stand. u d as ail) -tiling v in. can think of. fP ;i t ve. -A K ' - '- S or in REV. BARTON SPEAKS AT Y. M. C. A. FORUM Sliiiwi II lilt lUllKloiLs (.miti-Ht liiM)lnitlriii In World. Iiifliii-nii' lo STl1 line i,i tlto riMfiilar Hummer hiim pensloti anil, later pn, the Influcntta rphl' tni''. willed riper. it-i lo delay the mi-etinnri.' the first f.i!l iiii ctlnK of the Suml-ty l"nim at I ho Y. M. t'. A. v..m held yi Kleriloy nftei noon. ; i in .ii rniint of luck nf time in which to adi'iiuatcly advertise It. there vi.i.i but it Htuall nttendancp. ulihoiirtti an appreciative, one. Itev. I.oijld ft. Partnn of the lioa ton avenue South Methodist church waa the apcaker. Ilia auhject, nn In tcri'MIng one, and one full nf In apiratlnn, waa "The Spiritual Awiet An Innplratlon to Service." i The meetltiKa will be continued rfiroiiKh the fall iitul winter, from i to ft o'clock on Sunday ufternooim. "If we look deep Into the life of a man who Im Klvlnir himwlf In serv- . ce," said Doctor llartori. "if hla ln apiratlnn for that aervlce dnea not ' come from hia connection with the orKanlred rhurch, we find that hla Inapjrutlnn comeji Indirectly from that wnurca. It may he that thii in- Fplrutlnn enmea from the hearth of tin old-fiiHhinned rhrlstlnn home. , The inainaprlng of hln heart action waa tempered. It may be. durlnit childhood bv C'hrlatlin parenta. The I InaarHmtliin behind "itch oririinlr.a- , tion an the Y. M. ( A. comeM front rhurch. From It they draw leAT Vn , , V" make their work effective "The nrpnnlzeri church fy fellowBhlp, HiinK" oT heart timr mi eh eg mouth, 1 I, raver nn.l eunn nil lnunlplm. t. I Kr,.aIer nrvirP to n,ankln,l " I lie showeil thai preat siiccesaea are accnnipllshed only throiiKh organized effort, nnd that a man can only give, of himself In the best wav by lining hj m nelf up with an effective nr!ani-; alum. He urged that men serve Hod and humanity at this lime of Kreal challenge through the church. Itev. Meade Dutt Is the apcaker for next Sunday nnd Mr. A nn iler (iriirht. preHident nf the Knxnna I'e- Iroleum comifttny, haa heen an nounced n a epeaker at a future date. "CARPET FULLER'S" WIFE WILL NOW GET HER MONEY 'Yusniim; he name Van-net Kut- ler. an' Ah Jes' know he daid; that wah lettah nay ho tlald." And'Ma ttlda'a vi'ciferoua aobbing filled the home service offices. "And how do you npe',1 the name. Matilda"" ake, the kindly home service worker I "t'-a-ah-p-e-t ' K-ii-l-l-e-ah " "Now give me the letter, and t.-il I nie all about it." the home aervlee I worker luiked In an endeavor to straighten out the -cafe.'" After about three weeks, epent In inqulrle ! by letter, phone and telegram, It was diaeovered that the colored aol- ! dier, Corbeti l-'uller. or "t'arnet." us Ins w ife of five years knew dim, was not dead, but was very much alive at a Texas training camp, probably tired of married lVfe. he had neg lected to state that In1 wait married had made no provisions for his wife in his allowance, and had never even ! i written to her alnce he left, t, ..,. , , Ituaily did refer to tho missing sol- idier at "reported dead," but Ma I til. la herself, in wrltitvg to another i state board, aatd that she thought; Ii.' w as dead, w hich remark, after I iwverm repetitions appeared almost i "official. " i Mrs. Hallie fiolay. executive sec- ' re'.ary of the home service depart- ' ment of the lied Croat has the case In hand, and is obtaining the young woman tier just nllowanee rrotn her neislectful husband and her Rovern iiieut allotment. y COUNCIL OF DEFENSE TO MEET TO CONSIDER PLANS With no special vitiiation to be (tone over, u meetitiR of the council of. defense has been called for this morning to consider plans for the future. Now that the war is over and peace within reach, there Is no Kreat necessity for a certain class of activi ties that the council of defense his been vailed upon to take. Industrial activities, readjustment of labor conditions and Kenernl plans f ir activities dnrltiK peace will be under lonsidcrutlon. any 'MM is ; xvTcg;i;; These advertisements It Doesn't Pay to use a leaky radiator. Let us fix it NOW. We Have you one-third nr inure on recoro work. Auto Radiator & Fender Repair Co. II P 'IIIAVKS, Prop. 106 South Boulder A Specialty OfftiT anil Store Kliturce Tulsa Carpenter Shop K. ItUANDlttilKi. Trnp. 306 S. Frankfort Phone 468 "TV.., White Is King" Machines for sale and rent. We do hem Htitchlnff. fcWhite Sewing- Machine Company 211 V.. Third I'lionc 77RO Note Our Nov Aililrcaa Tou can eave many adol lar nt our upstairs store. Ve have no fake sales, ape aial pales, te., every day or two. We sell you hiis'h class Ladles' Iteady-to-Wear and Millinerjr at prlcea that are lower than special aale prices. Our low upstairs rent en ables us to do this. Parisian Sample Rooms Upstairs Over Woolwor'.' ' Pfeisaa US-SMI STEPS ON WRONG PEDAL; KNOCKS CAR FROM TRACK When a bis Marmon chummy roadster cunie up the hill from the north on Kluln la-t evenlni? at about 5 o'clock, the driver, a woman, ap parently became confused and stepped on the accelerator Instead of J the brake. As a consequence an east-bound HeKview car at Third and KlRin was knocked off the track and into a post at the. corner. It bounced- back from the post and Is row in the street between tho car track ayid the curb. The car, which was taken to a K'lniRe, bears a Kansas taR. The oc cupants, a man a,nd woman, were reither injured to any Kreat extent. The man was thrown over th for ward door of the car and lay sturtned a few moments, while the woman was not injured beyond a shaking up. liumaire to the Marmon amounts to a badly dented radiator and smashed In ad!ii;hts. The occupants i f the ii'itoinnbile cot In another car snd continued their way. refusing to jive cither names or addresses. TO HELP YOU SAVE Turn to this Page for - Profit r IT POINTS THE WAY DENYING YOURSELF THE are money saving suggestions. Let them help you The Plumber Is Your Best Friend. So send for ua now in order to In sure 14001 work and to prevent 11 bigger bill later on. Bell Brothers Plumbers Real Fnrnifiiro iiuiiuuiL ValUeSj ll aT" Beautiful and Exclusive i Ma JEWELRY at reasonable prices go to Everybody Knows that it is false economy to buy cheap -tools and cheap h tird w&rc Buy the BEST they cost LESS. . C. H. JUSTICE 210 North Main SPECIAL Big sele.ction of Men's and Ladies' Raincoats at Special Prices SQUARE DEAL CLOTHING STORE Our prices can't be beat. Telephone 367.") 5 North Main Street, Tulsa, Okla. Third Door North of the Frisco Tracks. "We deal 0 all the year " IT TAYS TO TKADI-: WITH TIIK FASHION SHOP Tailors SouUK-aat corner Second and Main, Tulna, Oklu. Walk I'pstalrs and Snvc $10 on SUIT OR OVERCOAT Made to your order $27.50 to $60 All pure wool rLt-.M'l AND I'KKSSINU r New England Cafeteria Home Cookinjr, Popular Prices, New, Clean, Up-to-I);Uo. . aSix Cafeterias Two in Tulsa 307 South Cincinnati 122 West Third SAYS WILLIS TOLD HER ABOUT AN EASIER LIFE Frank Willis, a cook, faces a charge of white slavery as a result of an Investigation by federal offi cers, who have also a statement from Mrs. Frank Fioiter, .wife of an oil field worker, In which she declares that Willis is responsible for bring ing her to Oklahonla, from Auirusta, Kan., where she nnd her husband lived until he went to work in a gov. ernment powder factory. Foster was discharged lasr Sun day. He had heard, he said, that his wife and Willis had Kne away to gether so when he reached Augusta he began a search. He found his wife, their 11-year-old daughter and Willis living together here. After the case was Investigated, u warrant w Issued and Willis waa arrested last evening. Mrs. Foster is alleged to have made a statement in which she says that after her husband left home she foared that she would not he able to make both ends meet, nnd charges that Willis induced her to come to iiklahonia on the yromlse of an easier life. TO ECONOMY WITHOUT NECESSARIES OF LIFF . Kayiird FufhitureCo. 21NMain Phone - 4689 KatMfactlnn fruarnntccd. ninvi: aoiii The Joy Recipe! Take Cascarets Herniate liver nnil bowel, and Kwcotrn tl stomach H'ml 10 cents nnd w". Knjoy life! straighten i: system Is filled with an .v tlon of bile and bowel pol-n keeps you bilious, bead u lv tongue coated, breath bad a: ach sour Why don't you k cent box of Citscurets it ' store and feei f1"' ''':lk'' ' tonight and enjoy the nicest, liver and bowel clnsinir Vo. null'' win s'nl : a 1 do- siiirfi-l experienced - 'live On scar ts :' Hrsn ntuo thcV t.lS'.e like Ol!"1' Never gripe but never f.' bilious children !oe tu wKC laxative. I 'I A ... 1.