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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY in, 1920.
n in ii ill i 1 ii i i i . i AWAITING PROBt tills Must Tic Discounted by (JUS . oiupiu iui Low Pressure. .irt-p oiiiit nrr US I hUI onui urr i ..im.it 1 rci t inn nr 11 Committee of Seven, Gas Discounts to Be Paid. Pcrsi.ren' efforts by city officials f fu -a tt'.J ""'or cltlca 111 tho ito ten luvo Icon short of gai". ,'.ro rcnanl. J yesterday by what . n..nltnt In 1111 miUIlULlUIl . ... i .,n,,n tin mia companies ro- i, .,i from collecting full A,.rti f. r em servico wncro rfs-i.ro i below rour ounces, nc "ril.ns' 'o " ,ter fr"" 1,10 B,aU; tt mcy 1. award 1. Marshall, atcrday i....i rnnv nn tinder thn flllnor s nuw -- . " oinU'd at u ri cnt meetinc In Okla- - . i nt IH .1 I'M II I III 1 Lll'tl LU ti nf UKiunnmiL i nv. hairman. Kdward v-P. MuiHhull, .... r .. I.. ...i Miiulfmrnni UJ "-"-n--. . " " ' i an're i t-.itmipa, in- m . ...i...... t.in..ii.in .'-i Tim In vr-ut ttrn t Imt I nisnoii.it v in " ..,....,-..-"' i nm ,. Ii. in tlllna illMlll.l-1. """J -J o-operatlng In tho investigation, on t..id nu cnnntimtitlon or ns- UIMi.l ut f"' .....wl .iluntlnn. The loiter restraining tho pas . .. rrmn n fdrrn til nn 1 .if rnt "Corporation Commission, Okla homa City okla., Jan. 13, 1920. Mr. Kilara r. .iiarsnau, cirv Attorney. Tulixi, Okla. D,ar Sir' "Ilcplylng to yours of Jnnuary 12, thr ommlssion has forbidden the gas romiianli'S to cut off any fatron for non-payment until tho d.s oun' for puor servico has been spelled, or to claim any forfelturo of tho regular discount pending adjustment of such claims. "Wo are today issuing a speclnl order subdividing Oklahoma City Into a number of different dis tricts, setting out tho discount which should apply In each dls- Ilrl. t, and ordering win UKiunoma. Gas & IJlcctrlc Co. and tho Okla hntni Vntitfnl Ola nnmnnnv lo ! proceed to settle with thjdr pa trons upon basli indicated, or show cause hero by January J3, 1ny same is not none. "This will brim? tho matter to a definite tet md in tho mean tlma thn t.nlriin.. nf thn comniinv I at Tulsa whose service was de- i flManl ...111 tint forfait Hint. rrtfii. lar discount, nor bo subject to have their i?as discontinued on a"- I count of reius.il to make payment. i ours iruij, "CAMl'UKU, HUSSELI Commissioner," Schedule of Baptixt Meeting for Tulsa FLESHER TO SERVE PARTY 10 a, m. Devotional hour. Song loader, .Mr. Itlankvnshlp. 10:30 a. m. Duet, .Mr. and .Mrs. lllunkcnMilp; solo, .Mr. Work; se lection, campaign tuiartut. 11a. in. Inspiration sermon, Dr. Bailey, 12 noon l)r, Torrest Mnddox, Xlr. and .Mrs. IliKhlm;. Itullieml sliop; iCMinnullst Wiulu and tho tiuartct. 3 p, m. Mnss nifotlnii for wom en. KvutiKoll.it Wade and the tpiar tut. 7:30 p. tn. Kvansollstle Services conducted by tho evangelism and BinKPrs, Tho Hantl.lt ovnneellstln mtntirilifn Is running full blast In eight of tho uaptlst churches of Tulsa it ml vi cinity. To date there have been ap proximately 300 professions of con versions nlnco these meetings lio Ktin, a little tiinrt) tilin ii week ngo. Thero wero 15 professions of en vislons at thn. West TuUu Uaptlst church nnd eight (uldltions tit the chuich, two of them wero mu,n above 60 years of line. Kviingellst It. I.. Cole spoke nt tho 11 o'clock hour at tho union servico at tho First Uaptlst chuich yesterday morning. Itewrend Cole it conducting a revival meeting at Medio, tho services aro being held at night in thn school building Thero have boon IS additions to date. Lost night ho had ono lost man present; he. preached to that man und won him. Thero wjll be a mammoth liaptl-it meeting of nil thn ohurrhes of tho campaign at 3 o'clock next Hundiy nfternonn ut the First Ilapt.st church. Dr. Forrest Mnddox will be the speaker; thero will also bo an elaborate iniiHl' al program by the campaign slngors. Evangelist D. It. Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Hushing held a 30-mlntiteH evangelistic servico at tho ltlghtw.iy laundry at noon yesterday, ut tho closo of which thero wero 15 con versions and reclamotions. WILL PROSECUTE -CENSUSREFUSALS Census Head May Resort to Law to Obtain Information. Jtr-ftisul tit give Information to tho census enumerator may cnuso Mrs. F.thel Cruse, 527 West Third, con siderable trouble umIo.'h she thnnges her mind. The enumvator In that district reported to J. d D.tvonport, Jiend of tho cetinis t-umnu In tho first district of Oklahoma, that Mrs. Cruse had positively refused to tell anything about hernr"lf. excepting her mime and address It was stated that Mrs. Cruse w.is red headed and the census enumerator, who happened to lie of the name sex, found horai If un able to cope with the woman with out the assistance from tho other government census nifenln. 'Numerous eases of this Mnd have been reported to me." Mr Davenport snld jcitertlity. "When the persons who refuse to divulge the Informa tion required by law. a letter Is sent tn them slating clearly Hint we must get the information we nsk and usually the peiH.ms who refuse nt .first are very anxious to glo us the Information.' Many people when fltst ' upproaehed.ppear lo nucstlon oui'i authortty'Tor taking tho information.! Unit there Is mi doubt about our legal right and when fared with a chance i of prosecution the Information usual-, ly comes out without a second warn- lug." Persons who refuse to give lnfnr- million to the census Inkers when called upon, and Inter decide to be a part of the official population should phone osnge f.934, or call at the hendiiuarleis of the enumeralors , In the muntetpnl auditorium. H lle' I tluthrey Is In chat go of tho taking i In of those who liave been missed, representing a clthton'n committee appointed by the president of the chamber f commerce. Uitor, l system of publicity will X" dlstrlbut ed In ench district ns soon ns the census Is declured roniilete tiy the enumeiHtnr onlv one census district has vet been reported ns completely etnim ernted. hut Individual census slips nre being prepared for the use of petsous who may have been mis-ted In the census as further districts are finished, Sunday forum Y M. " . :30 p ni Conrad Hoffman. American dt reel from (lerinanv Advt. YOUNGEST BANK GROWING Security Statu NlneLltiililorx .Mtvt and I'.livt Itaplil (inuitli SIiuhii. At the annual ele lion of otfliers nnd directors of the Security State bunk hel.l yeslerda, tut channs wein made In the present petsonusl of tho organization. Shareholders lu tho Institution expressed themsolvus highly pleased with the remiu knl-le progress that the bank bus miulo during the short time that it has been organlned ' With deposits on January 2 of $1.3. ''0,000 at mi.tilii'i'il ulthln seven months since the opening of the bank and with I.Mit) accounts on IN books, It has established n ipcouI unsurpassed hy any (sink piniun.slv oi Kim iT.i-il in Oklahoma In tho niiuo period of time." said Alva J, Nibs, president of tho bank. Off loom who will ssrve for ih ensuing jertr nio ns follows; Alv i .1. Nlles. president; diaries W. Urewot. iiellve view presldsnt; Cynu H Avery, lice, prosldtint; D II. I'rntt. cashier; I. W. Kuntt, nsslst ont i ashler 1'idlowlng are the dire tors tdected lesteidai It. II Alex ander, malinger McKwen Manufac turing company; llnrri Klsknd 'don. oil piodiicer. I Lyons uier i chant. Mr Avery, Mr Niles. Mi 1 Mi eyer and Mr I'rntt wii.i, ti:u, or m iti;voir t'nmiiil lloffiiiaii Will Clio I'ree leo!im In V. M. l). .. INiruni "An Amerlean In ths (lermnn llevolutlon," will bn tlm nubleet of the address hy Conrnd llotfmnn, ons of th few Americans who remained In llsrmnny throughout the war, nt thn Humbly forum of tho V. M C A .tnminrv U. Thero will be no charge for the meeting, which will be held i In tht pi mnasluni I Mr Hoffman devoted himself In I tin !( ne of allied prlsnm rs and hi' tins t ic'il ninri tn tell of il, urtr le-iiin.i -tn. so in Koine vm lu terestlng war nnd pesro (?) plcturo.1 taken liy htm are now lu display In tho V lobby. CITY IIO.VD ll.VI'F.ItT IS COMI.VO Indgo Storfy of Store, Tlstrnil) Ue, I'alner nnd Ixxlgo, Arrliifi Tisl.iy. Jiidne Htorey, of the liw firm of Storey, Thorndyko, Filmer anil Dodge, of New York and Huston, ex perts on tho subject of municipal bonds and Indeliiednesn, will arrhn In ibis Mly t .d.iv from HL lyiuJs. This is .lt.t. Storey's first trip to TuNi hut anu her member of his fit in b " betii horn frequently. COUGHING, WEAK AND RUNDOWN AFTER FLU Itogalnetl flesli nnd strength ipilckly, nnd K'IIh lioiv. 8 WmI Third Strert i. Opposite Rinlto Theater Ground Floor Robinson Arcnrle llajor Xllcs Names l'opiilar Tulsnn to llcircs-ut First District Aha J Niles. who was Monday llectod Oklahoma member of tho republican ways and means commlt- i't for the Fifth region, nnd whose iiection met with tho enthuslnsiic pprovol of all sections of tho Itate, Wednesday further nonular- B'ed his own selection by miming M. '. riesner of Tulsa, ns chairman of he new republican movement for tat first congressional district. Jlr Hchcr Is a citizen of tho plshest standing as well as a ronuu- Iican from principle, ills solectlon is n line with tho nnnounccd detcrnil- rauon to construct an organization Irrespective of previous factional finerences that will command tho pnfldence of all. So far tho rcpro I'ntatlve of tho first district is tho ftur one announced, but Major Nlles rui name representatives for tho S'W districts ns fast ns tin can leach a decision und socuro nn nc- ftpiance from tho men decided on. "I nearly died from 'fin' latt October, and it left me with terrible coujh. The doctor gavo roe ono Iwitlle ot medlelno after another, Imt It did mo nn rood. Went to Charlolle, Jf. O., and look treatment of a specialist without any permanent benefit. "I saw Milks Kmulilon advertised and started using it, It helped mo right from the start. I had no appetite and my stom ach ti In bad shape. Hut 12 bottle! hafo straightened me out entirely. I eat anjllilni; without distress, my cough is gone ar.d I haro sained bak my strength and flesh." Kmma Withers. Hoi 50,-Ilelmont, X. V Pon't trifle with a weak, run down con dition. It leaves you open to serious dla eaies. Get Jour strength back. Mills I'mul slon-costa nothing to try. .Milks Kmulilon Is a pleasant, nutritive food a corrective medicine. It restores healthy, natural Imiwc! action, doing-, aw ay with all need of pills and physics. It pro motes appetlttf and quickly puts the diges tive organs in shape to assimilate food. As a builder ot flesh and strength, Milks Emul sion Is strongly recommended to thoso whom sickness has weakened, and Is a fiowerful aid in resisting and repairing the effects of wasting dliesses. Chronic stomach trou ble snd constipation are promptly relieved usually in one day. This is tho only solid emulsion made, and so palatable that It is eaten with a spoon like Ice cream. No matter how sciere your case, you are urged to lrv Milks Kmulilon under this guarantee- Taki ix bottles home with you, use it according to directions and if not satisfied with the results, rour money will be promptly refunded. Price ttOc and 1120 per bottle. The Milks Emulsion Co.. Terre Jlaute Ind Sold byMrusrlsta every w hero. Advt, A Clearance of Georgette Blouses $1,200 worth of Fall Blouses must clear out to make room for Spring stocks. Prices reduced from 15 to 25 Less Than Former Selling Prices The very newest Fall Blouses are offered women of Tulsa at jrreat savings. Our prices arc always lower in the beginning of tho season, and now, that we have made a further reduction, the values aro quite apparent. Shop for Blouses early tomorrow. All tho smart shades and designs arc at your command for a great deal less money. The Advance Shop, 8 West Third St. hlVATlON AHMY TO IliniiD tlto lYw ritnilel Has Itoon rrcpnrril i uginii mm Houiucr. ActlniT tltinn n lulmn-nm m.aI.Ta.1 tdo yesterday afternoon from Col. toaa officer of tho Salvation Army uv BuuinwPKr no iii i itnani ohnson of Tui&i nnnniinix.il Hint he contract fn. ti.n i.i.u.iin. . t. .li.il- . ' v,,u '"iiilK in lll UraUon Army citadel will bo warded to tho A S. Waslclowski ompany at eighth nnd Iloulder. uwunni... w., rrippr Willi , , , ' "lu vvasioiewsKi com any this morning nnd tho purchase i materials for tho hulldlng will al onco- Th8 Plans for tho 'ructure wern ,ir,.n . n-,. insier. Conrad Hoffman, an Amorlmn who in Oermany throurhout tho oi'ejlKK nt Klinrin. fn.nn. V XT v ii. m. AUVt. A Magazine With a Message Tho great phenomena of the present day a world upsot Satisfactorily explained. Olvo a fow moments of your tlmo when tho solicitor calls at your door to tell you some thine you want to know. Local Office 602 S. Frisco I'hono 0-334 I take cD6cUOTli when headacliy sick, or bilious Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish liver. When calomel comes into contact with sour bile it cmlius into it, causing cramping and nausea. If you feel bilious, headachy, con stirmteil and alt knocked out, just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dodson'i Liver Tone for a few cents, which is a harmlcsi vegetable substi tute for dangerous calomcL Take a apoonful and Jf it doesn't start your liver andatraighten you up better And quicker than nasty calomel and without making you sick, you Just go back and get your money. If you take calomel today youll be sick and nauseated tomorrow; be sides, it may salivate you, whilo If you tale Dodson'a Liver Tone you wiU wako up feeling great, full of ambition and ready for work or play. It's harmless, pleasant and s&fo to give to cMJrcD, too. DE ALE Who Arc Aware of the Advantage of Handling SALVAGE TIRES should wire, phone or write for our nronositlin. 'f we are not already represented in the territory. ' Muller Tire & Rubber Co. Oklahoma Distributors Salvage Tires 14 East Sixth St. Tulsa, Okla. IIIIIlllllllillBlllBlElllllillllii Clearance Sale Offer Pre- to Value Walk-Over Continues Eminent Footwear The first three days of this annual event again proved conclusively that Walk-Over quality has a wide recognition among the women of Tulsa. Assortments are still unbroken and a good choice may be had in all desirable styles the prices offer the most attractive economies. IP ifej'.lftw SI j If No. I.-iIM Cantor gray auedo laro lloot, turn or welt Role, covered French llcol. A very suitable boot for Hprlng wear. value .... S9.90 KI)lo No. .MM! I SIlo .No. (DIM lllnclc glazed kid luce Hoot, turn nolo, covered Fronuh heel, nil oxlni value. (11. 0(1 for ,$8.95 Light gray kid Inco Hoot, turn nne, p'rennh heel. A very millnbln Hirlng So .M.0:.co ,$10.75 Kljlo Nn. 11271 Iliads Klazed kid, welt Hole, leather .:. $7.75 fitiu No. ir.tin Itlnck Htiedn luco lloot, nlno-lnch top, hniiu-workoil Hllk eyoletH, turn nob', covered Krench I.oula A At? heel. JIN. 00 value. I.uuIh heol. vji I ii n Vet Ktylo No. r,005 Moai brown (new shade) Unco lloot, turn Hole, l'rcnch heol, Imltutloit tip, value . . . $11.95 styicH Nn. noon und No, noos Dark nnd light gray Lnco Hoot, flexl bio wolt, covered l-'rcnch heel; imita tion tip, lb. 00 vn 1 no Wo luive gono tlirotigh out nloclc nnil have nelccted tho broken linen of hIioch Irrenpectlvo ot price and placed (hum on InbleK for a ipilok dlnpoHal. Wo havo grouped thorn In threo different lotH, nnd you may expect to find vnluea seldom neon on thiwo tnblen. If you are looking for low or high heelH, streot or dreHH bootN, you will find your nln In some stylo that you will llko. taim: no. i ViiIiich will Ins up (ii (Q A K io.no nt vDO.'iO TAHliM NO. 'J Vitliii-M "III bfui In (IJK'f K i i.oo iii spO.IO taiim: no, a VnliifH lll ho up In (1Q AC $111,011 nt JDO. llD Ktylo Nn. l.-i(l I Illnck natln lnco lloot, nntln cut on tho lilnn to prevent splitting, hand worked silk cyolela. A renl drenHy boot. J17.G0 , 3- A OP value'...... tiJLLltZdO $10.95 hi) In No. 1570 llrown kid vamp with beaver kid top that Hum to tho heel, flexible welt, covored French heol. (J- A Op" il7.r.n vaiuo pli.iiJ Ktjio No. r.noo llark gray kid laco lloot, turn nolo, high I'ruiich heol. QQ rt? J 10.00 valuo S J. i O Stylo No. Boao Heaver brown kid lnco Hoot, flexlblo wolt sole, long vamp pattern; covered French heel. JIG. 50 CIO AK valuo DJLi.'it) Stylo No. (IMS Hlack glazed kid, welt sole, high leather Louis heol, Imlta- (JQ A r tlou tip. (12.00 value.... tptV.fJtvJ HtjIe.H No, 5IU'J anil Nn. SI23 Dark brown lnco Hoot, turn or welt sole, high covered French i heel, (10. SO valuo.. ., .U.I. U. . I.W .? $13.45 Kt)ln No. 5107 Dark gray kid walking hoot, Cuban heel, flexible, solo. A vory sultnblo boot for tho that cannot wear high heels, and want a dressy (JJQ Q? shoe. (13. SO value iDO.UtJ Walk-Over Boot Sho 413 South Main