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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMHKK 0, 1919
ni VERINE FINALLY I 'V WINS OLD LAWSUIT I after Thmr THaU la Tataa OiMirtr tv.an wp- - " the Decaan Here. Tin. Wolverlna. pll company suit u..i l'arks. wlttrh hiu bn In f iouru of Tuii county for a ,1,. rouru oi i daeldad rX 'nr of Wolv.rln. In da , ,. himll d" by ,he uPrm nnd.nVn.PPIfln.l.yw.. oun ) m. onnrf Ihrea " ,n,." :,, . h v.,,.. mc. "'" rT. .- "f th. .Unrm ro'irt" 1-rr district court lu1e. when k! ,i,:r1 member of the high court. i,,e:e T m own, aoled counsel for in i,rlI' . men, ' ,h' "C1-,.-. The r.l itrei wn i kkIii" who set glcl tho ria- v,l .-.mrt re.i!ted In hunc Mry nd the sr.-"it.l Jury (lava the verdict " ruk, en appeal to the supreme court the n..u"n wan rever.ed. Te Inn.l Involved l a quarter ,, near ,orh anolll .-;iu.vu. J"" ............. "5 rompanv rlalmed that the two Ireil In po'sewnm ' " nt were dhiaineo y unuu. ..i.i n.i.r. u-na iirrn ill inn f,,,"iheii li waH learned, that Conn ..t.U , in riPl 111(1 Iff Ullliariii aa nixleenih'inl'Teat III the oil leaaa for jiflo f t j .1 ar i.iii'i nmiRiii me uiii,"i after thrmiH had l.een filed In court. PR I N TERS" STRiKE EN D ED VON NASHVILLE PAPERS Tired of Raises South Side Housewives Organize Union When negro washwoman's union advanced their ecale aome weeks co to 4 ce-nu an hour the women wh9 found It a necessity to employ them thought that the limit was reached. Now thai tha ecale haa hern ad vanced ta to rcnu an hour there la being; raised a general protest with tha result that the women of the south aid In the liriniedlitto vicinity of the aouthern extremity of South Moulder and Kouth 1'hey enne avenues have organlied the Tulaa llouevwlvrn' aaasctatlon. the object being to dlnpenae entirely with the negro wavhwoman. Theaa women have all agreed to Initial! electric wnahtng ma chines, w In on block on Houih Itoulder) eight aurh muchliiea have been purchased thla week. At 80 cents an hour a wash woman ctn i-arn sufficient In two duya to aupport her the liulanre of the week and that la about ax muili time a one of them will put In. Th. a creates a acurvlty of audi la bor with the rrault thut wages ure continually soaring. Nrgro hnuiivme ure now charK l"g 7 renin an hour which was formerly their rniniirnmllun fur an entire duy a nk. RED CROSS TOTALS IIminIi1i ,ilve ypxterdny hn.l reimrt- to report It wns loHtccl that !.. ul Hie cmipliliin u-diitarteta In reuli i.f veatrrdnv lv fur eur- i . iii ... ii l"'"i iiioiw ui 'lie 1 1 1 hi nay or lie mht vct pn m pi i rn '" "u",i,'" hi u",,i" ,inve HUI Id VUIVIflLLU iilghl. No.ealliiialo could be mado by I Alt hough tlie imbllc la not ahowlng im.mImmh iih to ttm number of aub- th cntliunliiiim for the iiiin phIkii ; at-i ilta.iiM tiikvit iluritig tha d.iy. ) . k . Few of the report from the tcamn ' ' Slu'rt Pooka lio i'. a deolded gain that canvaaNed Iho realdeune ilia- i In mi'iiilnM nIUui reii-i day mid &'m trlct In the Ked Croen roll call mini- tliu number uf wotkera who wern llint wua cxhllilii'it In thr paitl enm puiK'i illititor i' W Ki-rr mid cliy nwiiiMger (.'hiu Ii-m (Jilmoitt aio coitri ilcnt Unit tlin . 1 1 1 1 t it of the illy lll i'iimiIv be obiitliii'd Ktcn thoiiKh the lu.fini) membent were not blamed yrntejday tha drive wl.'l be cuntlnucil im long during tha iillotted week h la necraaary to put the toliil over. That thut can he dona before November 1( which endg tha iti lv la tlin belief of all worker. WHAT WILL YOU 1)0 ABOUT YOUR CATARRH? c: CITY BRIEFS 3 NASIIVIIXK. Tenn., Nov. 5. The prlntera atrlke trinl naa aer fouely Interfered with the publica tion of I'Tfl newspaper for the pnat ei.k, practically ended today when I of the etrlkera returned to nrk. According; to union ofrteiala, .ii;e lnf-ri'e negollatlona will now i.i. resumed where they were broken off by Iho strike. ( 1lnN U Nw fm. HAr.TI.KSVll.l.K. Nov. g. The vinerenl clinic that ha been opened in the old Hed Crosa work rooma In il l. ruv h:i bill ii! iTiar, In rharcof Pr S J. Ilradfield formerly com trdidlnK offlrer of the TulaaAm buiance enmpany. 42nd division, la in operation. iMinnesota Bonus Lew T . m i W T W 9 9 tor ooiaitrs upntia PA .i irvvi Pi'it.m Vnv K rnniil. lonall'r of Ihe stale soldier bonus naed st the last ae anion of the ,.irBla mm W.IM orihelil tniljv hv District Judge J. Kelly of Minne apolis deciding n tea; case. See page 175 in Saturday Evening Post, issue of fovember 8. If. II UHK nt lonlin. Mi. who h. rt ntlr purrlxird Ihe Nnnria Mill a Klex r i d . wm a Tul busmen titilor H tdnesdajr. ASK1NO DAUAUK8 of liS.OnO for al. leffftd faUa irrvnt and tn-nriaoninent. Ih ult ol A. Whitehill ailaiml K Kauf nian, ii brann bafura a Jury in laperiur ruuii yt.unl.). I J. Hl'KH tilllllONn oil Ilia nrinrlual apraktr ai lha iioaiida mrellnj of ilie Uu tarj club Mtarria. n''Tlie Kiirhliiiii nft oi ma rutnmiinlty Itrcuin rourka fnrulkhi'd Inn n lartmn.il m mi.il.i iiiiinN ter Kmnej praaided ai Kvianan of ika lit). I Jl'DUMKNT KOh r.1.0'"' ror Ti.nnal Injurtfi vai filed In luperioV murl reii-r day h) Hoy Jardaa by hl mil fricnil, Mra K. I.. Karl, afainal thf ok lahiima 1'iiiiiti railway. hn ploinliff rlaiininf ha mi iliruwti from a tnoinrryrla Auautt 30. I9rt when Ilia tehirla alrurk faulty lt of payainant andrr contitil of t lie drfimdanli JOHKI'll . Tl Mfl.TY, a.Tatry to Preaideul Vi'iUon reillnd Ui thr reaullillon of U .or which tki- dinrlora of Ihe rhain lirr nf rmnoi.Ti-e vuloil ( l heir lait lorel l"C to land lo Ilia ,.rridi.iil in hla handlon of tht. lahor illuaiiitl A reply waa aao reeieil trom Ihe molar reauhition aont la Uuvfrnor Hubertaon. I - MAKRMliK l.tl r.S'SFR wera laaurd to the following yeaterday by Ihe r'era of llatrlcl rnurt: John K ,l.l num. amd Mean M llnff. I. Klrolld; lli-an Vllrlia.lt. IB and llerlha ( ralilrre. 17. .lenaa, ( liarlea Hayfirld. HI, and llarto Kirk, Tl Slu.kn I": Albert K I'urdcr, JO and llrplia W Adan-a. a.V Tulaa .1 II Itouar, it, and Allie Durbin. IH, Tulna. " DFMANI) KOR a trial I.t Inry na. aada by the drfrndanta in lha auil of Ihe eity of Tulaa afainal Vf. J (ilaaa and t'harloiia llohha. a petition having been I fllad In dialrirl roorl yetlerday In winch; it was alatad that th appraiieineiu nf prnp I arty in llohba additijn under rondatiiria- I lion proreadinga by the rily. waa nol Hie I trua meaaura of dainajea lo lha drfrndanta. j DAMAOKS OK 2M-J wera aSked In dlalriil eourl irrterdar hr Ihr Maraha'l ' Young eonapany of hia rilv agalual Ihe Ngohla and Day roins4ny of New Yotk.'lUe plaintiff aakliif the rrfund of tl.nnu paid lo tba drfendania oa five narloada of applra ordered on contract, and the auin of II M1 aaid lo ba tha loaa anatained by Iba plain tiff when tkry were eonvnalled In go in the opea rsarkat and piirnhaavva almilar order. AVOTllrT. tRAf. ratals record waa brohra vaairrdsy when lo serea of land north of lha Terrace, driva addition anld fur 91 sou an acre whirV according lo hlgiti Lowe, field i-trrk of Ilia i!iarlment uf the inurior. who luade the aala la Ihe higheat price per arre evi-r pant fur addi t'ou laud In Tulaa Hlllion .lanhow ak v, of thr Palacr ('lolhlug company, purchaae laud. , MRS DANIK.l. W WIIITK, lftl Hoiitk (hrelin. arrtvrd hnma tndai a'lcr aj.end big five week with liar muMirr, Mra V J. Trotter, in P4nladelphia nod flatting har two hiolhi-ra ai Waahington and l.ee uni verailt at l.ea ingliiii. Va. Mra White waa mrt in I'liiade'iUnn hv her huahahd. Dr D V hue witii aprnl two weeka wilb har and viait'd hi. fatni r. luhu Vi . While of U' llkratiarre. Pa C'ONuUK.SHal N Hfll'IT KKIIRIS baa ac repii-d an li.titailiiu In addraaa Ilia Mmeouri uiil.tTally club al ll Friday nauuday lunch. i'iiii aiciirding in an announcement niada Wrdnei-iUy ingNl by offlria'a of tha or ,'niiiralion' AH nirmbrrg of tha club are irued to be In attendance. Tha rongreaa man alao prnhablv will pardripale In aba t-mooa frativilica cniniertrd with the local e. Ii-bratlou nf Mlaourt day on that dale. ForColdm or Influ nz mntfam a Proventattvm Take "Laxativo . Bromo , Quinino -Tableto" Be sure you get the Genuine Look for this signature 7 j on the box. 30c WOMEN, SAVE $10 BY DRY CLEANING Rnve five o fen dollars quickly by dry cleaning everything In the home. You can dry clean, brighten and re new rhlldren'i coals, aulta, caps. woolens, Kwlwi, lawns, orgundle and chiffon dresses, kid gloves, shoes, fura, necktlea, draperies, rues everything that would be ruined by snap and Witter. Place a gallon of gasoline In a diahpan or wash boiler, put In Ihe things to be cleaned, then wash them with Holvlte aoap. Shortly everything conies out looking like new. Nothing fades, shrinks or wrinkles No pressing needed. Do not attempt to dry clean without Snlvlle aoap. Thla gasoline soap Is the secret nf all dry cleaning.. A , package "of fiolvite aoap with dlrectlona for home dry claanlng costs but a few cents at any drug, grocery or dcprttncr,t store. Dry clean out of doora or away from flame. Advt. will mean a great deal to you from now on e SANDERS RONES MFG. JEWELER i OF HIGH GRADE PLATINUM AND GOLD MOUNfflNGS, CARVING, ENGRAVING, ., AND ENAMELING. Repair work given special attention 338-340 Robinson Bldg. Phone 0ge 9248 vV Ci .a. t?" - 77. 2 . aiw S I Taxi Driver Gagged, Bound, Robbed, Then Left at Mines to Die tiiiKKcd nod hound with bnllng wire, '. M. (l'I)onnld, tuxl driver, wus foil ml lying in an entrance lo the Hickory coal mines by workmen uf fhe mines yeaterday inorninar According to the story tolrj by ' I i li .1 M . be wus lefl there by two roblu-rs late Ihe night before nfter they had relieved hi inof his car nnd about $100 In cash. I'Ponuld'a car waa recovered by the police. TMOIANDS HA VK TPK WOICM ITIIOI T KNOWIMi IT c . , Manv iiiffnrera who have nortnror for atomach trouble without getting laating re:iaf. have fmallv diacorerrd that tap worm or other m-orma In Iba atomach and Inlettinra eauaod their troutila. If you hava a pale compleiion, dull evea, coated tongue, haerthurn. gaa on tha atomach. tfiaiineaa. bradachea, eon atlpalron, pmsr appeltla, a gnawing aen aation In tha ainmach offrnaiva braath. or aieraaivr nervouaoear. writs Tha VUa -Toea (o. l)ril 431 12th l.. Mllwaoare. Wia , who fitaranlea to re mora lapeworma and rellava atooiach rrmihlra and arnd their traatniant on lha Kree Trial Plan. Thla company will aend you fraa of charge, a bonalrl falling all about thr aymplooia and raitaaa of lapaworm. and other worma. an, how to grl rid of tbain and other forma of atomach Iron. Idea at homo without ajiellng or danger Advt. Improper Treatment Lead to m Serious Stage. RrcftU.se you have doubtless been fairly comfortable through the rnibi flummer months, nd free from the sorenea.s and irritation of tho membrars, do nt make the miritake of thinking that you are rid of your Catarrh,. For if you suffered with thin dis ease last winter it will again be with you in all its severity unles.s you have eliminated entirely from the blood the germs which cause the dis ease. .. This of course you have not temporarily clear them away, throat ami air passages, then you might reasonably expect to be cured by tlu; use of local remedies. Jtut have you ever known of one ningle person to be freeil from the slavery oT Catarrh by any kind(of local j treatment? ' j Why 7 Simply because you have overlooked the cause of these symptoms, and all of your treatment has been mis-. ka? directed. Remove tho cause of the clogged up accumula- tion that choke up your &irW rmnmiiriin ntiii fhev will naf- k.' I - c ' i J ..... ..... tirally disappear for good. Itutwo matter how many lo cal applications you use to Oklahoma Hospital fUrvlaa Oonaiata of lat. flraairoiif bulldiag annge4 for a pcrpoaa. ta4. Modarn an4 oosiBals aalpaaaat aadar ona roof. rd. Cbaiarvar. oaparlonea aa4 aktll f allaadaala Dr. rrad g Cllntos. Praal.taal. Mlaa II It C r.lagalar. R. N, , arupartnlrndaol. .fr. ' b. II Carlaloa Dr I ylla Alharloa. Kaaidrnt Phvalnana gloth an 4 Jack ana Straota, rkooa Oaaga St0. Your Mothcr-in-Iw will have no excuse to brag after comes to town S axjne if you have relied upon the usual local methods of treatment with sprays, oint ments, jellies, atomizers, lo tions, etc., the only possible eltect ot which treatment is to afford but temporary they promptly reappear and will continue to do so until their cause is removed. l'.nf if vnn will fiiln n f rou I. J " " j i ment that goes riht down to , m u.. a., .i: Ik. re-.antl attacks it at its starting point, then you are on the right track and can expect re ed from treatment which Isults. S. S. S., the fine old 50- reaches only the symptoms year-old blood remedy is an of the disease. I antidote to the millions of Are you going to further! tiny Catarrh germs with temporize with a disease that which your blood is infested. lief. Tor nothing but tem porary reliet can lie expect. leads to such a serious condi tion? Don't you know that you can use gallons upon gal lons of local treatment with out the slightest permanent benefit? Just give the matter a little careful thought, and you will realize that it is but a waste of time and monvy, besides seriously jeopardizing your health, to continue a method of teatm?nt that has proven of so little value in making any real progress to ward genuine benefit? First of all find out just what causes your Catarrh. If it was merely a local irrita tion and inflammation of tho delicate linings of the nose,; A thorough course of this remedy will cleanse and puri fy your blood and remove the disease - germs which cause Catarrh, a fid at the same time build up and strength en the entire system. Don't waste further time by contin uing a treatment that I can make no progress toward permanent relief, but begin to take S. S. S. today, and you will retieive the same benefit that others have. K. S. S. is sold by air4 dreg stores. Write for free medi cal advice about your own case to Chief Medical Ad viser, Ifir, Swift laboratory, Atlanta, (la. J&K ' Allots Cc CrotsU THREE mmmmmmmutmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmm World -Known Makes of Shoes In Three Up-to-t he-Minute Styles At Three Very Reasonable Prices A' medium , long vamp, high arch fitting boot, in turn sole and full Louis kid covered heels; colors of nut brown, tobacco and Ha vana brown, also black and gray. Special priced or the next three days at $15 pair Beautiful long receding vamp boots in 9-inch tops, turn soles and high French heels; colors of taupe, g r a y, Satins, shoe soap kid and vici kid or black- Special priced at $12 pair Ladies' and grown girls boots of military and French heels, in brown, black and gray; a $lo value, priced at $10 pair Atxivr St) k-a Sln'il friirn 2 to H Iti Mt V t., I TURK BROS. 318 SOUTH MAIN Tulsa's lairamt Slior llHlrllniir ' I s 5 Remnants Half Price Until Noon Suit Examples That Stylists Arc Proud of at Vandevers It is a pleasure to be able to offer Women's Suits of the character of these that we are offering at reduced prices tomorrow. They distinctly show the influence of the Paris ideas .which are apearing in ex clusive New York shops. Most of them are fur trim med, and while their style lines are their distinctive characteristic, they, of course, have all the added individuality that can be given by such beautiful cloths aa Duvetyn, Lustrola, Silvertip, Bolivia, Peachbloom. Tricotine and Velour de Laine. And need we say that these models are en riched with fur trimmings of Beaver, Squirrel, Nutria, Hudson Seal and Skunk. You may choose from a fine assortment. AT THE Reduced Price OF $68 Third Floor - d wmu hums Suire Hoar! :0 to p. m. Kuiurila 1'filll t p. m. s I I fcpsl-va'1af''M,laM ''Jt'a aaTWrTjare e I ! iS7 The Most Healthful and Economical Drink- INSTANT POeSTUM Made in a moment. in the cup, and there's no "waste. It Satisfies f 1 K ? 5 5 E Culicura Soap' IS IDEAL For (he Hands! DR. ALLISON ll'Hina 9 a. in, lo 8 i. ni. 14 i East Third Street Ti-li .ii.n,. KaKr 'I ::rl:.i:;.. Drinking Water Kt walT simI Im-i xrtlte In luleaj. 1 i itlfli'il li l) ill) rtM-mlsl. Crystal Springs rin.in" inirr 6fl.nr 16 alSl ft.