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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920
ENDS THIS WEEK
rvprv Nose Should Be on
IjIBI "J "
REALTY MENJO HELP
Canvass of Entire City To-
urday Is Planned.
pmI estate men have roluntecred
.. Precincts 1 to 1 during
!, ,l f '" 10 ln0Ur 11 m0r
1 " ,utlvo census than appears
some action Ih taken
i h. cltliens toward getting the
".r 'Sfndi of names not yot onu
ll0U.d In tho federal count. S.itur-
mMil'l "' ...ill I.. rr,r1t
j.r lhe census m
... Tulsa Is concerned and tho
M".ff,n to that date will decide
SI'ifflcU population of tho oil
"ft, final ultimatum of tho census
"RSoMi.ho have, not been vis.
Enumerators, fourth floor rnu
S5? building, and report their
nui j,i,,. nml other in -
& n required by the federal
" laws. Kvery public spirited
SuU "all at the office at once-
Pi" . . .. .. m niitM Anil
.44 their names to tho official rec
.1 . ,. Tulsa's real population
"ilfte on file in tho cupltol at
Wwhlnfton, V. C.
jTe information whatever about
Clear Your Skin
any Individual can bo used for tax
purposes, nor Is It open to the pub
lic press. The census figures or
baaed on tho total number of pcopli) '
III Plll'h InrillllV ll.n nnAiin.ll.... '
a whole, tho resources of tho com.
munlty and goncral lnformallon cs.
sontlal to accurate government.
Tulsa must stand as the first city
of Oklahoma ns cities of all sur
rounding states nro being rnu
meratcd with tho view of recording
a larger number of peoplo and great
or resources than Tuls.i. Hut they
haven't tho materlnl to work on and
Tulsa has. Now show It before It is
N'ogro Has Severe Ilrtilvs.
Jefferson Hoasloy, negro porter nt
Hotel Tulsa, received severe bruises
and tho lower part of his left leg
was lacerated when the freight elo
vator In the rear of tho hotel caught
his foot and plnnod him to the wall
Just above tho ground entrance to
the elevator. Heasley Is not tho reg
ular operator ami Is believed to have
been hurt through his Inexperience
in the operation of the mechanism.
A large crowd gathered In tho alley
behind tho hotel while doctors and
mechanics tried at first to extricate
the negro by chiseling out a part of
the wall. He was finally extricated
nfter being placed under ether and
the elevator lowered slowly.
DKCHKH OV DIVOIU'i: was
granted In district court jcstcrd.iy
. i.. ... ,i . i' .
hi .jrni'ii I'trnmcitiHt nsaiimi ni
ter C. Deathernge.
CIUCLK NO. 2 f the Tlgert Me
morial churtlh, will meet nt 3
o'clock this afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Martha Thompson, 639
XV. 1. OHHIHA, proprietor of the
Mount Hope nurscrlen of Lawrence,
Kan., Is In the o.lty transacting busi
ness with th local branch at Sec
ond and Frankfort.
A. M. WKIXMI, county humane
'officer, who ha been III at tils home
with on attack of pneumonia for the
past two weeks, was able to appear
at his office for i"h-e first time yes
PETITIONS t'Olt divorce were
filed by the following in dls'rid
court esterday Nannie (irnves
against S. A. Ornves; Danola, Coffey
against W K ('of fey; Oeorge Itur
ford against Florence Htirford; Ina
A. Kllppo against XV. XV, Kllppo,
MA nillAOi: I.ICKNHKH were Is
sued yesterday to the-followlng by
the clerk of counly court: Norman
Stalnford, 40, and Mllle Hkeggs. 3t.
Tuls.i; Charles T Kklnner 43. nml
.Marie Skinner, 30. Tulsa. Kay Ha n
I'ton, 31, and Grace VThomns i'
.('nnejv Kan., George Hlble. 29, and
l.alira Johnson. 21, Hklatook; T II
'Hamilton IJ ,m,l Till Mlrnr. '22
Tulsaj Charles A.. Durbln, 34. mid
i.Hllan k. Williams, 28, Tulsa; J v.
Marlt, 27, and Aurora Kdmomls, 20
TulRt, Jon Wirnell, 21. ami AIM"
Dellerry, H. Sand Springs; Joe I
Noel. 34, Miles City, Neb., and, Ida
Johnson, 32, Tulsa'. J. II. Hoth. 3D.
and Ieah Pyle. 1S, Tulsa, Otis Cun
ningham 21 and Viola V. llc.tver
Hold STlal School r.lcctlon,
Special elitlon for the consoll
datlon of whool district No 2 .
l.jitiR in thi Hi'iillints p.nt of Tulsa
1 o mi W ll !( Id ,l I. Ill I iy
siIi,il.i tin I'einuiix SB I'ru lrilij
a'l ' iirniN i.f ih" iMtii't ti,r
I signed the liellt'on fur the tonsoll
ilHtlmi. and with suite alii olfored to
ueli illsirlcls. ili li.s'ltiitlon Hill be j
enliirged imd two additional teach
sits imoi licit roit .moni:ju r.
Sltci' Saji She
ii urt jesierda Iv Wltgni'
IHSil.uei 1 '. I iiiin I I u' i .IP Ini-i
.1 I. Wil l' i ile l ,r of 1 H Wetr
The pl.imtiff I aiun the d( irlll
(t lit was allowed a claim of more
lb in IfiOO against Uie estate, two
tlur.ls of whli.li ho wos not en
li lid In
l Htitllleil to Tim i.
plalndff i MIm the lefetidant it
ceived vn a .1 in irai hi the rlin
, of the p.nliiiiffM b im d Ii' ther
was asked I1 I sx.l tili t in d M rn t
Remove Those Hairs
Hoots and All!
(Abioliitaly New Method)
Tho nrw v lo rrmovs dullnirlng
mlh o( MiperfluniM hir ril nil ll,
lll tilonUh and lUlliiht JflJ Von surer
ntr ei heard of nothing like It before.
11 l no I ilrinUlrsr it eleetrlrtl.
Vim elmplj et elifk of pheUitln from
onr ilriirlt end follow the ee.r dlreo
ll.mi el home In few enimde you hj
remoted lhe oflendlnt heirs rooli end ell.
W in snir n f" rnu Ine root
ifaie rmhl mil I'hflerline u eMolnlelr
hermlm non poleoimui en, perfectly dor.
One of Season's Greatest Shows
Is New Bill at Orpheum Today
With three famous feature acts on
tho bill tho new vaudeville show
opening today at the Orpheum the
ater promises to bo one of the very
best of tho season. Tho hcadllncr
Is a remnrkablo violinist, Oscar
Lorraine, who Is recognized as one
of tho standard entortalners of the
big time. Lorraine adds novelty to
his musical program by keeping up a
stream of witty comment on topics
of the day. He Is a big hit with
audiences wherever lie plays. He
has put over many popular song
hits, his latest being tho new lullaby
craze, Hye-lo. Tho other fealuro i
acts are Hrgottl's Lilliputians and
'The Corner Htore." The litter Is a
rural comedy skit presented by six
clever comedians and their cross
fire of rube talk Is an uproar of
laughter. Tho sceno lakes place In
a Corner store of a 1llagc and tho
characters nro drawn from village
life. Krgottl's entertainers, 2" and
23 Inclres In height, weight SH unit
63 pounds. 35 and 37 years old. Their
act Is full of novelty and thrills.
Hrownlng & Davis, a blackface team
billing themselves 'Two Minstrel
Ilojs from Dixie," Is another act
that offers many laughs and enter
tains -with tho usual routine of song
and dance nnd cork patter. Sutter
Sl Dell, Introducing vaudeville
whimsicalities, will open the show,
preceded by the Orpheum News.
When you deposit your money with
this bank you have all the advantages
of the service of a business bank. You
can deposit money you receive just as
it comes to you, in checks, drafts or
money orders, and we will collect all
paper and place the money to your
You can write your own personal
checks in payment of your purchases
or expenses and they will be paid at
the bank, your returned checks being
the best receipts for the money you
have paid out.
1 If you have money not in active use
we will pay you 4 per cent on a certif
icate of deposit or savings account.
We invite commercial and interest
. NATIONAL BANKJL
OF TU L S A
v FOURTH AND MAIN
"The Convenient Corner"
Introductory Spring Sale
Our Early Purchases of Men's Suits Have Arrived
So Fast That We Find It Necessary to Dispose of
Them at a Sacrifice to Make Room for Other
This is our first sale offering of new spring suits this season. Tho
extremely low prices offered on this quality of merchandise is an
inducement that no man who in the least desires to be economical
can afford to miss.
This sale was made necessary on account of our heavy purchases
all arriving at once. The merchandise was bought early and at
such a low price, that rather than send it back we have decided to
stand part of the loss and give our customers the benefit.
Thosn suits nrn nuulo. bv the e.ountrv's leadintr suit manufacturers.
The workmanship is the best that skilled mechanics can produce,
while the materials represent the newest as well as the usual
Attend the Opening Today and Save
60 On Your Spring Suit
LOT NO. 1 Men's and young men's new spring suits,
values up to l?:J0. Sacrifice Sale $19 50
LOT NO. 2-Men's and young men's new spring suits;'
well tailored; values up to $35. Sacri- 0 ELCl
fice Sale price tyAjLim&J
LOT NO. .'3-Men's and young men's new spring suits,
belted and waist line models; well made; values up
to 40. Sacrifice Sale $27 50
T rP MiO A ftI nv'c nn1 xrnnnir iYinna nnu unmntr cmfc
best worsted and serge materials; latest styles and well
LOT NO. .r)Men's and young men's new spring suits;
best quality materials; woll tailored and some with silk
lining; values up to $50. Sacrifice Sale $ 3 7' 5 0
LOT NO. G-Men's and young men's new spring suits;
waist line and belted models; fancy silk lining; ma
terials of best serge, worsted, or wool mixtures tho
same suits that other stores ask $75 and A E ff
$85 for. Sacrifice Sale price lU
One special lot of -suits, values
up to $35. All on Table No. 1 ;
to close out, your choice at. . . .
One special lot of overcoats;
values up to $45; on Table No.
2. To close out, your choice at .
Union Department Store
112-114 SOUTH MAIN STREET