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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920.
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I'linicr ol IIimiM).
Oh, (It, wit of Ixiiul), nii".n
Within my i;aiJa M.iJlM'
J.lfcht up the pallia vf gloom,
Hhlho where tlin tUrkni-M
f .'!.
Oh, flower of Iwaiity. I
Am rrylne; foi your Hunt;
My XHnlcn walle m hlh,
AnU hold fh Iwrtplnea) Mailt,
Ah lielrtj) hi my woul
Tim i Ilea wlUiln lla Klnim.
Now may the seed unroll
IHi, Mow-c of Iwttiity, IiIboiii'
ftdUi Jiomimi Mursr.
TurtMlnj'a lltnitn.
.Mm. D I '. Illrhardimn will a?lvi
brldca purijr in hi home imfipll
inmltiO in MrailwiKW Hex Wulker
and J. A. McKvr,
V. W. '. A Nh'IiiI
Tim fulinilar of Hie V. W. thin
wnnk Ii wiiy interoatuifi ulonit ao
rial llni'n TUMMkiy ev.iiltia; 40 ut
tlir Hiclittntfii National lain women
imiiitM will have supper In thu
inli aint ut lh Mint' lllim the I'oadan
ri'flni'ry women employns will lu
oriviil an (it, thu lumlliiata aepar
nle Tin) Mill t o trill will hum
liiliilivini ni tin- W on Wedme
uuv Tin) liypay I'll r wslwilulril
for liiiwhinn Tliliiliiy Tim Dhlii
Hinli nrml Twin Citio on KrliUy
ii in I on Kitiinlny tie yotiiiK woinvn of
thi' KIihi .Villi. mill liiuik ll iolul
Vlie Wn'ik viiil at tho IiiiIro
tiolf liiini lumii Aiinoiiiii iil.
Mn fli'iimo ItHimiitii .uiiiiiuiic
thu xrcoixt KOlf luiK.'tiPim fur lira
wliilrr M.titnii an I'Vrni of UihIiii.
iloy In ihii t'oiinlry " 1 u I mill nukii
thin tluwo who cure to nmko rvmT
iitloiui to will Mr. lilahiip tit thu
dlub Al tlili Hind new trophlm will
bi iiiuiounivil ami oIIht niiim irlvvn
out. In the afternoon ulnu IioIi-k fill
In lilnyril on tlwi oouiwj It lh
wntlior icrnlt.
Kiiffiili-'jtilnlnli Wcilillnu liMiiiril,
On ncrount of the orlllo.il IIIiiom
of MIm IjuI.i .Miirio Miikiui who wim
lo In' miiri It'll linliiy In tlu Holy
J.'uinlly t'hiirvh In Mr. Hurry Kranoln
IJiiliiliin, tht wi'ihlliiK him ln'n iui-iiihh-.I
until a I hut iluy which will
In' uiiiiouiicimI. MIiw K.ikih! In HI
with pnuiiinoiiHi. (IihiiI tll ink ciiiiiv
from hot Ih'iIihIo Irnil ovunlnir.
Ilot 1'iirty uhi'ii,
.Mrs. T. I. CltuiKiio tntortjUncil n
nmiill trroup of frhvimLN yiwUiritny
aflvrnoon at tho urplwiiiii which wim
follo'.vnl with IiiiicIk.'Oii hit veil at
downtown ratront. Tho limplmllon
ot thlH Inforniul oourtoy wuu illcii
lmiliul I'iiitImIi of HI. loalu, who I
vWritlni: Mm. ClcorKO I'. Ijnny.
Ml-H. Itiuloir n h ilonti'm.
Iimlvilil of Mm. V'fL(ti'r M. .Mount
OA nclutliilDil In the yinr'e proKnini,
Mn. Krunk .M. ltoilolr will le htwtt'Mi
lor tho weekly lirlilRu ten In tho
Country club on 'ilncmtny uftor-
iiopii. 'niiwo tloMrliiK to inuko roir
vutlunn will phono tho oluti. Oiiave
Mil or Osueu ri'iO.
Iiifiirnml Illiuicr l'urty.
Mr. una Mm. V. N. Bill tuia Mum
Mnry .Sill will uutrrluln IHU nvun
Iiik In the Country chili ut dinner
tionorlui; their rel itivi s una vUltorH,
Mr. ami Mm. Oeoriio Ilnuumoiit of
l"nnh)lvniiliu Thr-ro will ho 12
coverti.
Meeting IVtliMinnl.
On ncrount of tho tUuitli of MIm
Mary Hlerllmf, tho ntootliuj of tho
U. S. A. club nohrulult'd . to meet
T3iunHlHy In lh homo of Mix. flriuit
II. MoCiiIIoukIi hrtn boon o.illuil off,
tlra ilccoato.l havliitf loen a cloou
frlcna of the IiohImm.
INir Visitor.
Mm. r. V. MnKlnula la tmrnberod
aiiionc tho lioslrMoa for next week
when fliii will enlnrtuln at Ittilise
in hrnor of her motluir, Mra. Alfred
Ilrhiton of llllleboro. 111.
1 II ft irt mt 1 lliunv.
There tlll ho an liiforniul tlunco
Klveii by til tl Kultrhta of Coluiithu
In the Ketrhitui holol on ThuraJuy
evnnlns, I'Vbrunry b.
Mrs. Jnlm 1). llall left fliinday for
New York, whe.ru alio will villi roLa
Uvc.
Mrs. 1''. II. Iteeohor of KatiKia City,
who Tins been the KUral or Aim. 11
II. Mewlmer. lmn returned to Iwr
IllllllO. ' '
Khncr ami Ilulph, the yuunit aon
or Mr. nnd Mra. u. w. jucou wno
have been HI, tro much Improved,
Mr. nnd Mra. Wllllnm aoodman of
tlila city are numbered ainoiK vial
lora In Tampa. Kla., slates tho Tampa
.Moriunc 'nnuuno.
Mr, and Mra. Charles p. r.irrcn
left Mtlininy for Denver, Colo., Imv-
Getting Too Fat?
Try This Reduce
l'rtiple who don't rrow too ft! at U
foriumie i-vfrpiion Hut If you flod th
ftt HcrumuiaUni; or ivlrmly utnhtritoiut, you
will Vf in follow thi ftucKtition, which
U rndortftt hy iho'immW ( pfopU who
know Ak your J r n it i t tor If you prr
fer writ tho Mrmola '. (tfli Wuoil
vrrJ Tf . Ilroti. Mt-h ) (nr Urs n.ft
of MarutoU rrrirl m TihUn $1 It
lh vrtre the worM over Jihme thl ton
will bn ff from tirmful ilmn ami te ahU
to rfiluer two. lhrc or four iwuo'ls a wptk
without ilirtlDf or ifrr . AJu
"aspirin for headache
Name
"Bayer" is on Genulno
Aspirin say Bayer
Insist on "Haycr Tnhlota of As
plrln" in a "llnyer pucknge. con
taining proper dlrectlona for Head
ache. Colda I'aln, Neuralgia. Dum
batto. and Itheumnllsm. Name
"Uayor" means genuine Aspirin pre.
scribed by tihyalclana for nine een
years. Handy tin boxea of 1 .
lot. coat to cents. Aspirin la trad
mark of Hnyor Mnnufnc lire of lo
noacetiwcldester of Salicylcacld.--AdvU
TY
WOMAN'S
WORLD ahd
WORK . .
rEUKlMO
I ii; I m ii iiiii'-.t tin i" o.i an omit of
lie lllmwii In iit lnnni. of H relitllvr
Mr fliorBi' I i iM.gr.ii"vr of Tn
liwl.i ii in, lni tum In "n h vlal'or
hfi for MVml wnrha in the hoio
of Oolom l Hfid Mm W It I'wck left
hil t iKht for lu r horn, n rtlil Mr
PrAeTt mn flohrfn of C'uleo, III ,
who twinr Krlday, hnvliiK iMien nurn
mond on nwrnnii 'if th deth of
Mm tek Mm Prorni'meyr hiiiI
Mr. von Hi-hren r- aleter him)
hrotlmr of th iloowmed.
CM 11 1C VIC NTS
(ili. hilar.
TiiMdny Hook lull will meet with
Mm. Wllllnm HIhIiI on Notth Dtin
ver nvehiie.
Chapter A. K.. I' K will inet
with Mm (i K IX" ker. 1117 Houtli
l'oorla atreet.
Tho Italiil.ow Women will Jneot In
tho library at a. so o'clock
liiliTifllnic 'hilk mi Jltnliti.
Mr Jiiiihh V. Mo II l un of lliia olty
mlilreaeeo tlir iiD'nibera of the ''rnwn
Mciil I'liiiuiHiKtnu i Irr.n ynalorrtay
nftertiwoti til Ihn rt'K'ilHr ineelltiR
liilil In Un' library. The rlrclo haa
bei'ii atiulylliK Mexleo Mr. MullUan
1io1iik ii'Hldoil In Mnxlro for 23
vnnm hroilKlit flret linml ilnla to
the clreln, whlnh wna moet llitereet
Intf. lie told iiiiiiiy thliiii relative
lo the Axtoe rulim wlilt'h hn had
eenn; told of lh flcut day etlll ol'
etirved In Mi'ilro wlllrh wero In
eplreil hy li'ttendii hundrila of yeom
old; ho epoko of tho Indian trllxn.
t ti til i- i-iiatomn nnd ImbllH nml puld
trlbiitn to tho Himnl'ird nml hH
entry Into thl.i moat InterriHim
country. Mr. Mulllatin eald t ho
thought Amerlra wn lit fmilt lfi the
war hot ween Mexlro nnd thle eoiin
Iry In ISIS Prior to the main apoak.
or of tho afternoon, papera on Mex
lro worn read by Mia, I'hnrlea Coop,
er and Mm l)ill Cohen. Mra, Vrank
Heninnn waa leader for the afler
noon'a prorrnm. Mm. I,, V. Crater,
tlin prraidt'iit, had elinrKo of the
mcetlni;.
lliii lli'llrnlo .Mtt'lliiir.
The I'an llellnnlo naaorlnllon met
rVilurilay afternoon In Jho honio of
Mm. Until lllevliia on Him 111 New
port. I'lnna whip tllaiiiaaetl f"r Ihn
iinmial l'lin-llollenlr. danro, which la
to be Klvcn H.ttiirdHy evenlnk. Ten.
rtiary 21 In the Kennedy loatuurnnt.
Mm. Thonuia I Munron la chairman
of tho commrtttco In rliHrea.
Dnrlni: the aoclul hour followlnR
tho liilHlneaH elMloll tho Kileala en
Joyed a valnntlnn rontent In which
Mlaa Frank Pulley received tho prUo.
AeNlstlnir himteeeea for tiie aner
noon wero Mendnmei M. T. HprlnKnr,
Ilnrrv C. I'Nilr and Mine Twyllah
HprltiKer. A lovely In p luncheon waa
eervnd to the followliiK; Momlamea
Joaenh II. Mld'hell. C 11 Trlddy
J, C. l'erolvnl. W. CI. lleniiot. A. J.
CnrneBle, It. A Montiiklie, O. W,
Mnloney. C. it. iinitKnru. i-. ii. t ar-
liellua. VIlKll O. Wood. Uobert II.
Wood, Harry C 1-lilr, Hurl Hneed;
Minan Mnn:nri!l HplVey. Alice wn
eon, raullun k, rntton, Mary Hkeen.
Kleanor Keith, llarbara Iltnrdan,
Jeeale Akeater. Irene llowen. I-Yank
Cullny. (llmlvs Ilrown. .Mary llurlon
I'attl Artiur, until luovin, 'nvyiuin
Hprinitor.
.Vortli V. C. 'I', V.
There will bo the annual moth
er a mcetliiR of tun Nortinnio . v
T, U. held Wednesday afternoon at
'.''SO o'clock In the homo or .Mra.
lOrneat Cllilow. 121 North Hlwootl
nvenuo. Altenuon la rniieii to tne
Easiest, Best
Way to Check
Colds, Coughs
ttilb
that
Big Bargains in
U. S. Army Goods
Heavy O. D. Wool Overcoats, each $9.75
0. 0. Wool Ulankets, brand now, woight,
pounds, size GGx88, each $9.00
Gray Wool Ulankets, brand now, weight 't'a
liounds, si.o GG.88, each $8.00
Marino C. 1). Blankets, weight -P' t pounds
sizo GaxSiJ, each $7.50
Slightly usod Cray Wool BlankoW, woight 4 V.
liounds, size GGxS'l, each $6.50,
Five-pound Khaki 0. U. Comforts, each $3.00
Five-pound Flowered Comforts, each $2.50
A full line of Army Clothing: and Gloves, Army Tents
and WiiRon Covers, all sizes.
Army Equipment Sales Co.
Phone Cudnr 569 315 Est Third Street
Tulsn, Oklahoma.
Knport.iii n of ultendlnie the mcetln
ny all mombeia,
hrrrity .Mrt-lliuc Pnatlxnie!.
The m hm i In if Hcheiluled for Hulur
lay by the Kappa Kuwwi Oanima.
tiirori'y In tho home of Mm. O. W.
vlalnney, Imh been ponponed one
week fr"m dale on Hfonfit of wiim
In the huioea of many membois
hlnl.i.Miiri t lnli,
Mra. C -'. ol will etitartaln the
Hhakeapearo rlub In her homo on
1' rlday afternoon.
II. A. It.
The laillea of lb" tl. A. It. will
meat In ieilar tHialun al the Moot
hall Wednesday afternoon at t
o'cloek
GUY SPIKER TOlARRY
EMILY KNOWLES TODAY
OOKTIli Kli flUlM PAOB ON It.
V'mII It hm Maa . t" 'he homo of
Mia. William Ma'teraby.
'I ajn a workliiK man and
would like to km I liia mulu r over
and return home aa auon aa pi aal
ble "Thla la my own affair rnpinl
Iwm of what haa been eald of and
written iihoiit IL It hoa been aald
I am dolnn aometliliiK out or the
ordinary, that la alao my own af
fair. It haa been anlil I am a tlH-
elpla of Karl Marx nnd that I
read Heliiipenhatier MayiiO a i, but
I want lo any th.it I am dotnn thla
on my own luicouiit. nullilnir in
linttitloii or In booka haa anythlns
to tin with It.
"I mn on .Vmerluiti horn f-M-7en.
My family before me were
Ainnrlran born. I want to marry
Mlat Kiiowlna now unit If alio will
ooneent It will truly inako mo the
happliat mail In the world.
"My affidavit makea my mental
altitude in thla matter quite clear.
I will kii (ui liter and atate that
I have bad plenty uf time to think
It over and III no way resrot my
ileelalou.
Mm. Hpltier echoed tho refill
iiii'iil" of hnr brother-in-law.
"My coiiaclettce la perfectly
flour." elm aald to reporters.
".Hume people think It atranko and
cenauro me for the atnnd I hino
tiiken. Hut I mil the ouatodlan of
my own bellefa, my own Ideal, my
own IhoUKhld. and tho carrying
of them out, In tho lut nnnlyala,
affect only myaelf. I know jnu
wlah to talk about my ao-cnlleil
lierolo tdeaa about Hi" marrliiKa
i elation and tho attendant clr
nuniatalii'oa of my huHbantl'a llaaon
with Mlaa Knowlea. I o.m'1 any
nnythliiK other than what I luivo
already aald. A wronif waa dona
Mlaa Knowloa nnd It la In our
province to rlKht it na beat wo can.
Thai la what wo aro trylnn to do.'
Mrx Hplker la herarlf n mothor.
Hho waa a aehool teacher In llar
rlavllle, W. Va before lmr mar
rlako to Captain l'orley B. Nplkor
elht yeatB into. Bho la a otrlkliily
prelty woman of 27, with a blondo
complexion and cloa;-cut, pretty
fealurea. Ouy Hplker, her lliia
bnntl'a brother, waa one of her pu
plbi In tho echool touching- daya.
Mimino StjiKit Oirnlvnl.
TAWHUHICA. Keb. 2. Ono of the
ttreateat carnival cnlertalnmenta
which haa over been put on In the
CHiiro nation etnrtod today and will
continue until Baturduy night- The
I'nwhuaka Mnoan have named thla
tho 'O.Wah-t.iini-l'ah." (Ireat
crowda nre expected from other
points In On.'iRe county. Ttio pro
urnin Incliitlea band concerta nlcht
ly, confetti fiithta and mlnlatrol nnd
vuudovllle ehowa,
Tou will enjoy your evenlnc din
ner at the Koarncdy ItrRtnurant:
Rood food, Rood aorvlco at roaaon-
able pricea,- auvu
YOUNG OR OLD, man or
woman, will find in Foley'i
Honey and Tnr n pure, pleas
ant, nliolraome, tale anil (iiccchIuI remedy
lor cotifttii or coldtportlculaily If taken
promptly. Don't eiprriment with unknown
unlrlcd uUtlltilca or Imllatloot when you can
(Jet the ftnuloe.
Foiey's
Honey and Tar
COMPOUND
made, under the cleanest conditions,
of the freshest, purest and finest in
Krrdlenla roMible to ptoituc. Thta fine old
tarallr medicine actually coita Icaa than II 70a
buy the material! and mix them yourtelf.
Every Uier a Friend
! Iiat uil FuUv'i ItentT mil Tar Cempovad ft
rh and cala1 lur vr and and It n't b bl."l
Ki4. U lUUtj. 2Zi N, Hill 61.. M.Mili.n. O.
"Wh.n m lilllt till al a liSI colj I (ia h,r ,
Jm cl Falty'a lUnr and Tar. anJ it IWaya rlim
I'M I rin lfrut U laa hiialy. ' klti. M, K Schlaib
iwi uiuiuy ' , auimiu, 1 a.
"aty lilt, l.J a vr alUck ol craup anj 1
hally ). h -.itj hat dlvj If it bd net tta
4r Flr'a lUntj d lar. Twa dotva ilittd turn
and a tvnl la lp nd w lroukU.1 no mtrt
Uit. W II Thomloa. 352J W. IDIh Sl.,Latlla Rack. Aik
I am in ray lahly.aitaath vtar and I waa trevblta1
a tirklma la ray Ihroat.
l an
irv alail Ia l.ll
llial I-alar a lUatv and
Itaodall, Uaylan, Nat,
!-! a lUoav and Tar baa atjpajtbat." Ga. P
Foley's Honey and Tar it recommended
for couAha, coKIt, lioararnrta, tickling cl the
Ihroal, apaamodlc croup, whooping cough, It
grippe auJ bronchial coughi.
CLAIM NEWBERRY
SPENT TOO MUCH
OO.ITIMUKI) 1'luA l'AQK OHK.
Iierry orgnnluulon "la'incheil Into an
TKy of eirilinjf" and aiwko of Kreat
hwipa ami piles of currency which hti
id waa vhIMm at tho Detroit und
tlrBnil Iinpnla headiuartera.
"Tlie nvldorico will ehow,'' he
anoiitod, "that thla organ Irallon apent
moro money on an average every
II hoiim than the lawa ff tlie I'nltod
Htntea permit for an entire cumpalu-n.
it will Ktruw Unit Iho defiuidanla
niMwiteo they would mnke Truman II.
Newberry the heat known man In
Michman."
( mn .MIi'IiIkhii .Map.
The lirowcillnr unvJ a lilir man of
MtebtKui to IliualrHio "rliu manner
Ii whlnh tho state Venn parcwlled out
Binoii flold flKonta," nnd alao to
ahow Hie Jury whb'Ji defendants
eume rnm eaoti ootinty In the atate
He namial .Hmiator Newberry and
I"reilrok Cody, whom he demirlbeil
n a "a 1-KlMiitlvr agent for larise ir
poratlomt. portlciiftirly tho Amerloan
Toleidwino A TeleKTaph &., and Iho
Awierkiun liook rompuny." aa tlie
men who mndc tho "prollmlilary ar
rniiKwmenta " Hn milled'
"Tliev hud rietermlneil to nurcliute
I the Lnllca Statea wnnlomhlp In
Mlchlaun fur Mr NewlxTi-y."
.Mr. Dalley told tho Jury that tho
aenutor waa then on "patriotic
work'' In New York city na a linn
tenant commander In tho navy, add
iik that the American Hook com
mny "waa laritely controlled by tho
llnfnea family to which Mr. Nuw-
berry waa related by marrlauo."
Mr. Dallny aald that Cody waa
commissioned lo hlro a manaRor for
tho campaign and that J. 'I. Hay
den, W'aahlnRtnn norreapondont of
the Detroit News waa offered tCOO
month, but rvfiiHod tho tioaltlui
becnitae "ho tlld not wnnt that kind
of a Job," Mr. Dalley aald aollclta
tlon of J fuyileri reaaetl atiddcnly
after the latter had ndvlned Mr.
Now berry "not to conduct a 'burrel
campnlKii.' "
Mr. Dalley then ahlfted the areno
to Detroit, where ho aald In Fob
runry there waa a conference of
Michigan iiolltlclana known aa
"Cody men. ' Thla conference, ho
ealtl, aelectetl l'nul H. KlnK. one of
tho defendants, na manaiter of tho
numpiilKti.
, l.'uiplojra ARents,
Durlmr the camnalcn." aald Mr.
Dallej, "Mr Klnir vlaltetl practically
every county In Mlchlirnn. Ho em
ployed many'Keneral aRonta and paid
out a vaat mint of money."
Tho proaccutor then akotched the
publicity cumpulun or tho Newberry
organization, charslni; that they
aotieht ndvertlalnir apace In "every
uowripnpor and in.inailne In the
etate.'' Do named aeveral publlca
tlona In which he aald udvertlalnir
nppearen, inclutllnpr Huaslan, Mn
MOTHERS,
sRIEND
dials
1Ud a aha m Mhid ai ava.. n .
tmpnim ataxjaioa m parr.ar Ant.rjt
YOU NEVER CAN
TAME A WILD CAT
Mr. Dodaon Warns Against
Use of Treacherous,
'Dangerous Calomel.
i.alomei aalivatea! I fa mercury.
inioniei acta llko tlTnamlte on
aliiKKlli liver. When ralomel come
Into contact with aour title It craahea
into it, rnualiiK crnmpInR und nau
bea.
Ir you reel tillloua, headachy con
atipatcd and all knocked out. Jtu
ro lo your druRRlat and Ret a bottlo
or Dodson'a Uver Tone for a few
cents which Li a harmlcjn veitetable
auimuiute ror uanReroua calomel.
Take a apoonrul nnd If It Moeam
atart your liver nnd atralRhten you
up better and quicker than nasty
calomel nnd without mnktnfr you
atCK. you just co iiack ana cet you
money
U you take calomel today you'll
oe kick anti nauaeaieu tomorrow; oe
aliloa, It may aiillvnln you, while
you take uoason a uver Tone you
win wnKO up reennir creal, mil
ninniiinn nnu reauy ror work or
Piny. Ifn harrnleaa, '-pleaaant and
anre to Rlvo to children, they like It,
AtlVI
Use Antiseptic Liquid Zcmo
There is one remedy that seldom I
inns to stop ucning torture and relieve
skm trritntion and that nukes the skin
soft, clear and healthy.
Any druggist can supply you with
Zcmo, which generally ovetcom.es skin
diseases. Kczcnin, itch, pimples, rashes,
blachhc-uK in most cases give way
to Zemo. Frequently, minor blemishes
1 disapjvear overnight. Itching usually
, 6tops instantly. Zcmo is a safe, anti
septic liquid, clean, easy to use and
i dependable. It costs only 33c; an extra
, largo bottle, $1.00. It will not stain, is
not creasy or sticky nnd is positively
safe tor tender, sensitive skins.
I The K. W Rcee Co . Cle vt Und. O.
WHY DRUGGISTS
RECOMMEND SWAMP ROOT
For many yeara dniRfflsts have
watched with much Intercut the re
markable record maintained by Or.
'Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, the Krent kid
ney, liver and bladder medicine. ,
It M a phKlcl.in's prescription.
Swurnp-Itoot Is a atrenKthenlnu I
meiitcinn. It helps tho kidneys, uver
1 nnd bladder do the work nature In
j tonded they should do,
Swamp-Hoot h:ui atood the test of
yeara. It la Mold hy all ilrinculala on
i its merit and It uhould help you, No
other kidney medicine has so many
i friends,
) Ho sure to cet Swamp-Hoot and
j elan treatment at once.
II-wevcr. If you wish first to test
this Ktc.it preparation send ten cents
I to Dr Kilmer & IM-. HltiKhantton, N
Y for a "sample bottle When writ-
Iiir bo sure and mention the Tulsa
World, Advu
J
Divorces Must Slay
on Docket 30 Days
Before Acted Upon
ffptelit to Tbt World.
ItJNCA CITY. Keb. 2. District
.liulfjn John W. Illrd announcea
that heiii eforwartl nil illvoroo cuaea
muat remain on the ilocketa In liia
court at uHt SO Axytt beroro bo-
ln iiclfd upon. Thla ulUmatum
waa mutt after ho Kranted u dl-
vorio to John M. Moliater, tho
Oklahoma City building contrac
tor, who waa recently held not not
Runt) by a jury In the tllatrlot
i-ourt ol tlila (xninty on a ciairgo
of klllliu: Amo IIMiop. Mclaier
miwlo an unwritten Uw plea and
tmmetllately riled a petition for a
dlvortv. liia wife did not contest
the Knit 'rtiey were marrle.l In
cklshoinn City on June l laat, nnl
otimo to ronca city wnero no lam
amna butldlnic conlracta.
nlnh, Italian and IIiinRiirlnn
newa
papera "and aomo publlahed
In tho
(lerinan UneuaKo."
He then turned to the uan of mov
ing pictured, aayliiR that Thomna It.
riillllpa of Detroit, ulio or tho ue-
fendanla, waa acut to New York to
heitotiato ror Itiein.
'I'hillllKi tmrchaard aIout I.00O
reel or an old film ahowlnK a, re
view of tho United Btaloa navy." u.ibl
Mr Dalley "Tho aubtltlea wero
hiuiRed ho aa lo inako tho pictures
appllcablo to tho propaRanda for
which they were Intended. Mr l'hll
ipn aleo employed n moving picture
'omnany to tnko 125 feet of nev
film.
Mr. Newberry noed In various at
tltudea In tho now film. Ho went to
battloaliln located on dry land In
a Now York park and atood on tho
oridfio or tho amp and turneu aiowiy
to race inn audlcnco while the
camera caiiKht him In this attitude
'Ho next played that ho niu pay-
ini; a visit of inapcctlon to thla bat-
tlealilp.
"To dlvort attontlon from the fact
that tho film wna a Now berry ndver
tlaemcnt. und render It moro tnl.t-
lendtnR, tho film terminated with nu
appeal ror otillstmeiita in the navy.
Mr. Dalley said the film waa ills
trlbuted in Michigan, advertised by
Newberry ORenta poalni; na theatrical
aitvunco men, but that ' patrona o
the moving plcturn houaoa over the
atato paid the reRUlar price of ad
mtaalon to tfn thla film."
INFLUENZA
starts with a Cold
Kill the Cold
ntfZ tatlraa.
At the first
ILL'S
CASCARA
rtmadr far 20 vaars
tablat iorm a(a, aurt. no
bttaka uo a cold in It
houra rrlievta crip in i dart.
' back II It lalla. Tba
Ina box hai a. Red
top
with Mr. il'a
plctura.
Al AUDimg Strtm
REALLY WANT TO
BREAK THAT COLD?
You lose no time ivhen you
use Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honcy
LOOSEN thaThliTa-paclttd phlegm.
l--ue that labored breathing.
AlUy that distresaing inflamma
tion. Get rid of tliat lioarMneu, that
constant cougliing, tliat irritating
throat-tickle. Freedom from these
unpleasant things is what Dr. Bell's
I'ine-Tar-lloney helps promote.
And it is ufe for anybody from
kiddies to grandma. Its ingredients
are noted for their healing, antiseptic
properties Thousands of users would
never consider a substitute. Econom
ical. A bottle in your medicine cabinet
U playing safe. 30c., 60c., JU0.
E2DI U a Family Medicine
tCffcetlraljr rtinovea accumuUtfd waat
matter and pnu th Urn In baaltblul artloo.
Good lot mtr tn'mbtr of your uuily. MIM.
Iilraaanc IDo-Ljh tbromxbl clranata tba
yatem and rulat th bntttla. 60c. Orunlala
1 ..A"al arroMAcn A
Chur,
Churned in
ak
QUININE
av Sundard
In ti
bx oplaltt
houri
lnMA!LW. fan'
WW
Rex Nut
Margarine
i
"The Taste Tells"
For Sale by Leading Grocers
SEES AID FOR HOOVER
Rnmiin (lianrra Uivr Ailmlnlslcml
In Ilia Ilehulf W ill Ask OmRriws
tu lU-pcul .Menfliiro.
WAfiHINOTONi Keb. :. I'rovl-
slona of the food control act havu
been used to, advance the candidacy
of Herbert Hoover for the presi
dential nomination, Henator Uronna
cliarsed on the floor of tho aenate.
Acreage devoted to the production
of grain haa decreased 40 por cant
this year, Senator Clrunna declared.
The wnent farmers of thla country
have lost 12,000.000.000 hvcausn of
reiculallnna, I am uolnir to introduce
a bill to repeal the law fixing wheat
prices, aenaior uronna ram "i oe
llovo the action of Wheat Admlnla
tratnr Humes la part or the plan to
placo Herbert Hoover beroro tho
women of this country aa ono who
wishes to reduce the price of bread."
Henator Met umber or North Da
kota, aaked If Hoover did not make
the minimum provided In tho law a
maximum price.
"lea, ho violated the confidence of
tho aenato In making our Intended
minimum prlco a maximum price,"
Senator Oronna answered.
Whisky KflMxl.
nANClOIt, Me. Keb. 2. Moro than
1.000 quarts of Canadian whisky
concealed In a car of potntoes was
seized by United H tales cualoma of
flcera at Northern Maine Junction
today.
Hunt's
VOL. II.
Manufacturers of high grade
hosiery subject every pair to
the most rigid inspecton be
fore they are permitted to go
out as first-class hose.
If there is the slightest irregularity in the weave they are culled out
and sold in lots as second-class Hose.
In most intance the wearing quality is not affected.
It is one of theso
Special Purchase Lots
'All Silk full fashioned Hose in Black only subject I
to very slight irregularities, otherwise they would sell
from $3.75 to 5.75 pair.
All ltCRular Size
One Lot of Lisle Hose 39c Pair 1
Regular 50c quality of Black and White Lisle Hose in first-class
condition: All sizes.
v
Hosiery Section Mnln Floor
'Assorted
Salted
Nuts
Candy Shop
Main Floor
Main
the Country
CARRIERS ASK AN INCREASE
Itural Mnll Men Demand Morf Itc
Ixjrti'd llicy .loin Uilior Kitlcratlon.
WASHINGTON, Kob. 2. Hurul
nixil carriers am rlgiilng at tho
rnto of !i0 u day, W. D, Hrown, rep
nwtitlne tho National llunil Mall
Carrie m nnaoclatlbn, told the mntito
IKKital commltteo totaay, ailillnrf uiut
the aervlco faced nerlotia dirrioultlcu
un!cH rinnnclal iTliof waa accorded
the employes aoon. JIo nuked a per
manont Iru-Teaao of approximately
10 por cent over tho present base,
pay of 1 1.200 per annum, with a
nilrutmum Ixino of $1,920. Tho In
crcnaed annual exiienee would b
about $78,000,000, ha Kutd.
Chairman Townacnd, republlcun,
MIohlRon. taiUl tliat In view of tho
condition of tho trenmiry ho did not
bellevu coniiTeas would bo dlspoo-il
to grant the Increwio nakt-d until
tho mint commttteo on Oio reclaasl
ricatlon or aatariea nait rctKincu
Henator l'lilpl. republican, CoKi
rudo. exprvsae,) surprise when J. C
rfttunbaurh, York, J'a., alao appear
ing ror the rural poatnl employes,
announced that an organization of
rural mall oarrlera had Joined tho
American Kcileratlon of lyibor. The
Honator believed federal employes
nhnM not uffllinte with that or
ganization. "Thoy Tiave rmthlng' to gain ami
might Urto a great deal," ho told.
l'ollc llnforco yimrniiilne.
Two men wore arrested last night
charged with violation of the health
department iiuarantlne. About BOO
houses aro quarantined in Tulsa with
from ono to eight cases of Influenza,
Daily Store News
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920.
Which we are offering at
HUNT
DEPARTMENT STORE
Street, Bctwcvn, Tlitnl aud Fourth gta.
Girls! Have VVic Long Beautiful
Hair riiaV is Rigl.lfu.iu, Yours
Why delay7 Why delib
erately sidestep attract
iveness when it is so easily
available and means so
much?
Beautiful hair may be
retained or regained with
iftetbbro's tfferpicldc
HtrplclJt will positively re
move all traces of dandruff, stop ( &&
itching scalp and prevent falling
tiatr ThAtlanni!,! ronnrf n now T!'
growth of hair after ita use.
Just see how quickly your
friends will note the perfect lus
ter, the natural sheen and the added
beauty of your hair after you have
used Ntwbro't Htrpleid but a
short time.
Do you want lustrous beautiful
hair? Then use Htrpicid today -note
improvement tomorrow.
Sand 10 renta In aumpa or coin today for aampla
and buoklrton "Tba Cara of tha Hair" Addraaa;
Tba Il.rpteide Co. Dvpt. IBS-II. Datrolr. U. 8. A.
SOLD EVERYWHERE
Application! of th btiTjBarbr Shopt
ROX It. OUTSLjVN, Special Acent.
smallpox or other diseases In ai-i
Dr Gilbert aald laat night Strir. .7
forcement of the quarantine rules i.
being carried out. It Is &Mrt?
Kach peraon caught going i or ,
of a. houso where a card la nn.i..
u aiuuiii u pruxcutiuon unJar ivl
f gardlnj
iiuarantlne.
No. 3.
069
Free Ijtstrncdod
In Embroidery
Crochet! rtfc cof
KnltUuc
Art Dept.
Mczzonlno
Floor I
I ween

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