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TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920.
LABOR MEN PLAN
CANVASS Oh GUY
r.prv Union Man in' the
Jj'VV ,.fll T TT J 4-
Clt Will du uificu iu
0 MAN FOR SCHOOLS
Experienced Builder Should
Sit With Kducntionni uoay,
r-Mfmcnt of any certain enndfe.
Lin f6r the coming city election
M.r - 1--. lfit fitltnuHtlE- Ibn MPS-
iKWrJ-nlral Trades council In
I n ri.: i.fiil All union men nrcs-
stVer urged to turn In their names
J.sii of ihi cntlro city fortho pur
rie of urging every man ami wo-
mn ''cspcrMliy union mm ami
.' ..ui.," in register. Volun-
ull iuMiTlp'Honii totaling $2.1.45
tr COliericu '"I 'Tl '..
fnincd inn pro i uru -..i,i.,iibi..
Slch will I"'''1"10 lh0 P"-ln.ttnK of
Mature nnd other campaign ex-
who favors the open shop," Jo.
,.ph OTMimrll, a painter, nmartod.
This fa a political organization anil
,te ROlng to piny pollllcH."
O'Donncll asserted that them Ih
c.f man In particular now In the. city
tovfrntnfnt who should bo defeated.
...... irCann. who nresldod at t!io
mfotlne, announced that another
mating 'ill bn held during tho lat
ter part 01 ncai wn-n, m- tuiu
em to ho announced later. Mil
!7..i..i t,i.iin n t'.rt iWarrrn travo n
Vnltthy review of the general lahor
lltlllSIOn Since Jan. i-uiiiiuiiii-u
corulstlng of ono bricklayer, ono
nloraber anil one carpenter was ec
!ctf4 oy le chairman to recom
mend candidates for member of the
Kltool bo.ird Tho committee will
rct tonight In the pool hallnt 19
(Xit Second, It won staled.
SUES PAGE FOR $11,000
Jury Hears Cfl.se of Man Injured nt
I.aI.o In Sand Springs I'urK.
Suit In which 111,000 damages aro
uked begun yesterday boforo u
tor In superior court In the casa of
John Kshcrman against Charles
Pitf. Tne planum claims ne wan
terraintntly Injured while swimming
it uic Kind springs pun: lauo on
Jjlr 1, 1917.
Eshcrman states that ho was swim
n'.m In tho lake, operated and ton
:nkd by tho defendant, when ho
vtpptd on a sunken mini; negligently
itowtd to remain near tho batli
taii;, and as n result a splinter v. an
!orCM entircly-through his left loot,
auslng hlni permanent Injury.
In ..llflMit rwrlr la Knlni mit A . In
liitivn from cork waste and a blnd-
r( piunc. '
MAltltIA(Ji; UCKNtiRH wnro Is
sued to tho following yesterday bH
ino cicrK oi mo couniy couri: jthiik
V. Uruner, "I, Tulsa, utpl Uorothy
U. Kutton, 20, Duller, I'a.; Hoy
Johnson, 21, uud Kiuilco Wutnon, IS,
I'KTfTlONB I'OIt divorce were
filed yesterday by th folloVliiK
plaintiff In district uml superfnr
court: Maud K, Ucnn against J. W.
Dean; Mue. Illunil against At, I..
I Hand ; Cora Stewart ug.ilnst Charles
K. Hleuurt, Joseph T. Hiultli ugulnst
Maud Hmllli. - t -
TlttJUU WtM. be regular services
conducted In Templo Israel, l'our
teenlh and Cheyenne, at S o'ulork
Friday night. Friends of Itahbl
l.ulz, who U seriously ill with pneu
monln, will bo glad to he.ir of his
Improved condition. Ho In now ap
parently out of danger.
"KIDDED5' OVER OFFER
Sinn Claiming to llaic Uei'ii Offered
clerrj- .Money Haw llepiilatlon
as "Kidder," Willie Sajs.
Q HAND HAl'IDS Mich.. Feb. in.
Whether Milton Onkman, former
county dork at Octrolt, wan "scrl-
ous' up "Kludlng ' when ho said he
hail been promised $20,000 to sup
port tho dewberry campaign was In
controversy at tho Newberry elec
tions conspiracy trial today. Henry
Montgomery, now.dlvorre nroctor of
Wuyno county, burin 191S manager
ot Uliaso .)sjiorn senatorial cam
paign there, told of tho remark and
on crofs examination said after
many iuestlons thnt "Oakman had a
reputation as u 'kldder.' "
Montgomery said also on cros.i rx
nmlnatlon that ho took tho remark
"seriously enough to report It to Mr,
Thcro wns testimony also today of
13,4000 being paid for distribution
of tho "dry land battleship" qam
palgn filmland two clergymen testi
fied, ono with difficulty, about tho
way tho campaign reached their
parishes, Inner democratic politics
wcro also brought to the. Jury's atten
Several times In his testimony
Montgomery recalled that Oakman
had told him on several occasions
that "ho novcr got a cent" from tho
Newberry committee, but ho quoted
him also ns making that statement
In connection with ono that tho
Nowborry pooplo "had not dono us
The witness also told that Onkman
hnd confided to htm that tho IJnlon
Trust company, of which Truman 11.
Newberry Is a director, had advanced
Oakman'M brother, llobert, $100,000
to tldo. him over a war crisis in Do
trolt real estate.
Coi eminent SliaeUs Hum.
Trash caught flro yvtlerday after
noon in the wooden buildings be
longing to the federal government
located lit Hrady und I-'iwton
streets. -Throe of tlio buildings,
which are used us storo houses, 'woro
burned. Three rasa fires were also
The National Secretary
Urges Organization 'in
Al II. Carder of Kansas City, Na
tional Hcstnurant association secre
tary, roundly condemned thn Amer
ican 1-rdcrntton of Ijinor as being
"at present controlled by tho radical
r. V W, element," and working
hnrdnhlps on tha cntlro country. He
urged the restaurant men to organ
Izn in order to get their "sliaru Of
"All Americans havo tho right to
orgnnlie." Carder said. "laboring
men ran organUo Into unions. There
aro reasons why union men should
have orgnnlzed, hut tho present con
trolling clement In thn unions
nationally Is tho radical I, "V. V
olement. It Is not tho laboring
himVs fault. "In a way, tho em
ployers aro to blame.
"For Instance, havo you tho wel
fare of your employes at heart?
What sort of r.milntloh doe your
employe havo in his homo? What
sort of Iioum does ho llvu In? We
should consider our employes as our
family and treat them n wo do our
sons, They need nsslstaucn now and
then as wjsll os somo ofus employ
ers, When your employe Is sick
what do you do for him" the
National Hcstaurant association Is
going Into tho welfare of the work
er, not from a point of salnry, but
from a point of living- conditio
and his home.
"Kducatlon la essential fAr you
and for your employe. No business
can stand still. It must either grow
or fall down,- Don't be selfish. Don't
do tho thing that will only honcflt
you." ho said.
Ho explained tho mcanlnii of or-
gnnlzation and how tho present day
business man must, organlzo to up
hold his own business In tho face of
outsldo Interference. Several res
taurant men Joined thn national iim.
soclutlon following his talk, which
was rather lengthy nnd full of dc-
inns or restaurant helps obtainable.
In the UHioclatlon,
J, H. Sttirla, vlco prrsldont of tho
Kansas City restaurant men's asso
ciation, was present, an wull as a
number Of loe.il rrafimrnnt i,An 'Pn.n
specially ornamented cakes were
mndo for tho occasion. Ono was In
scribed: "II. It. M. A.." tho Insignia
ui mo incai organization nr linini
and restaurant men, while tho other
oore inn caption:
jjown with the reds."
l.V,n Tint rmAT.r.' I.. 11
T.lltn flrnv'ft'd fn uI.Iadu rtirrr.v r , A
l , i , . . 1 . , . .. . .. .
i nuNim iim nuiiy uy i-uriiying ana
Knrtphlni- Ihn tllnnH Vn..
" -.-..... ...w . vn wall rnftui
feel Its Strengthening. Invigorating
uiiuyi. i-rico buc. auvi,
Hajinls optical Co. Advt.
CLUBWOMEN TO HEAR ODELL'AfTEND LONDON MEET
Kcndair llcnil Six-ukcr ut .Mcrtjng f
TiiImi Collegiate Alumtmc.
Cluhwomep of Uio city have been
Invltod to attend tho addrcra on
'Amerlv.mlxa.tlon nnd Hcttcr CitUen.
Chip" to bo sclvcn by Dr. Artliur Ixio
t'doll, iircaidortt of Kendall college,
at an oj'tn meeting of tho Tulsa col
legiate" ulumnuo at 2;30 o'clock to
morrow afternoon In tho Y, W. t. A.
clubroom. (Jniduntcti of Ohlc.igo
university nro to tmvu cJiargu ot tlio
program, tor which special music
lias been plonned Mis. llcorgo M.
I.iinsoin, prtuiidriit, win give n un
lulled nccoutii of tho nw clubhouso
In Washlngion, I). ? , which mem
ben of tho Colleglatu iilumnuo usj
elation now c.ill their own.
Ml... IVmIIii. Ullli.miiin Ihn l.tlC-
II..I. n. II... ,,,, a.hl, l VlK-
lini, 11 II.-I4V iTVHim, ...... , ..
ki.. fl.nni.iain inm,,.iA nMoelntlonM
throughout Amrrici, will not bo ablo
to Include TiiIsji In her Itenerary, uc
-ordlng to wwd received yosJcrday
or tho local nruncn ui iu mur""n
Alnmtipe aAioclntlon, from Mlta Vir
ginia, Clllduilriteve, ctmlrmiui of the
committee on International relations.
Mls Cillderfclet vo congrntulaled the
Tulax branch on their unlorpriiv nnd
progreivenej ami sum umi .un.,
lmvA lioftn Hellchlod
1o conio hem had her route not bvon
shortened i,y, mo neceiiy "i "
mcoiaiu loiurn in uirai ""'".
WHISKY STILL IS CAPTURED
Mont ami Wine Ciiplurod by Toiler
al Officer So rrlsoners Tukcn.
A double distillery und flvo gal
lons of wlno wcro cuptured by fed
eral officers yesterday In a raid nt
1213 Woodward uvonue. When vis
ited tho nlaco was entirely deserted
nnd no arrests were made according
to United .Slates Marshall W. M.
Kills. It was evident, however, that
tho "still" had been In operation und
further developmcnta In the caso aro
expeoted today, Mr. Kills said.
When clo-.ed a now electrical sew
ing machine, resembles and can bo
used ns a writing desk.
. . - i .m
I. it 1 r
n nacmng ougiib -c'aM
For Hacldnrf Coughs that rob you of your 8lcep till your sys-
tim becomes so run clown thut you ore in grave danger of Pneu
monia or Consumption, the kind that almost tear you to pieces,
tKit make your head ache, your throat sore and inflamed, take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Itwothes and heals the inflamed air passages, stopo tho' tick
ing in the throat, and by its tonic effect enables you to throw
off die disease. ChsroEsrlaiRO Cough Remedy is quite different
from the ordinary cough medicinefor it not only aoothep but
! heals, so that the effected parts are restored to a healthy
ccnnih'nn nnrl tfiA rlnntror nf n ftiHim attack is removed. I firmly
Wievethat it is the best and most reliable preparation ever pro
duced for coughs and colds."
Snnilni Woman Delegate to World
"White IHbtsm" CiiiMJitlmi
Mrs. Abblo 11. Hllleinuin uf Ha
inilpn, utato president of tho W, C.
T. It., Is to bo a dnlegnto to the
world W. ('. T. f, eoiivcntlnn In
Iwindon, Cngland, April 1A-23, It
wos announced at tho Francis Wll
lord memorliil meeting of the north
Hldo W. C. T I' of Tulssi Wcdnesdsy
evening. This is the eighth world
conference held by thn organization
and the first since before, t'lio uir.
Mrs, Hlllermsn will tepresent OUIn
homa nt tho oonvenlion. which will
bo attended by delegates from the
41 countries federated In the move
ment. Hh will nail from New Vol It
.mii rcn ;io.
In Mrw. Hillermnn's nddrivs on
"Winding the While Itlbbon Around
1110 W orld " Wednesdnv iilnht. she
devlareil that world prohltiltlun Is
already on the way She also upoke
st an assembly of Osiiro Htiidents
anil ut tho Fennels Wlllard nirruo
rla! meeting of tho east W (' T. I'.
Wednrsdny iifteriUKin. leaving o-
icroay io anust memners or t'h"
AVonirn's Christian Temnerniien
union in Drumrlglit to rnlM their
apportionment of the Jubllen fund.
TAFT AT AUTO LUNCHEON
former I'reildent and Viil Hurley to
.Speak ut .Mntirlt Meeting.
Allllnm Ttnwit-il Vnft ...ill l.n
guit of honor at tho luncheon
meeting of hn auto club at 'Hotel
Tulsa today due to the efforts of U.
K. Oberholtxer nnd Oenrgo Heoves
mm iim nuiu i om mn n lest Ion rrom
WANT JURY TO VALUE LAND
rite iHcrciirv of the forintr prcsi
dent ontlrmeil the belief thnt he
would arruo liero mi Ume to address
lli.- club at the noun unfiling and
that his subject would 1) tho league
I 'lit J. Hurlev Is also scheduled to
ilddres-i the motorists. Mr lluiti;.
Is v Idely known fur his ability us u
forceful s.itcl entertaining speukvi
and his address Is exported to at
tract a turgo ii'idlenee. Hurley mw
actual service during tho war as a
lolonel mid win cited for lira very
GEORGE CHURCH IS DEAD!
.Supply .Man .Miivuihlw in llopllul
Is Well Ktioiiii lleie.
(leorge W. Church, who has been
eonneeled with the Oil Well Supply
company during thn past 15 lenrs,
died Tuesday at thn Ma so sanitar
ium, Hoeheslcr, Minn, after a short
lllnos with pneumonia. It was
learned heto yesterday. Mr. Church
hud a wldo iiciiunlntnnrn among
local oil men and Is well known In
almost every field In the countrv
llurl.il will bn from his old home, 26
HiilliKiito place, Newark, N J
Thern aro no iclatlves of Mr. Church
In Tulsa, friends said.
Ilayes t.'ues to IV.mipe.
NHW YOHK. l-eb. 19 Halpli A
Hayes Killed from New' York today
to IniMdig.-tlo conditions on thn lmt
tlerlolil.i of Kuropn in connection
with tho work of bringing buck thn
bodies of American soldiers, Mr
Hayes, who was commissioned for
thf work by tho ivnr department,
slid th.it of tlH- 77.000 soldiers
hurled abroad more than 25 per cent
would not be brought back heonusn
relatives hole cMuessed u desire
tlmt Ihev lie not Interred.
Keep The System Clean
And You'll Be Healthy
Elimination helps to avoitl colds, headaches and epidemics
ANYONI', who lins wateheil
liimirlf knows there n noth
ing mi iuiHirtnnl. to licnllli
nml roiuforl H4 tegtilnr ilnily rlim
ination. Half of the minor !llues
es oT lifo nre dun to nrgle t of lhi..
Tho fun million men who wire In
uur army know tho importtiurn
thn ilis'tor nttnchril to this
lly nil means try to legulaln
yourself liy intelligent iliet nml
eeniv, lmt when tlieo fail oti
will need a huiitive, onn in near
to mil urn in its mtion as si ill fan
iniiVe il In Ihe (minion of many
I hnuHiimli of gooil A incrirani stirn
n ono Is Dr. taililwell's .Srup
lVnin. whlili i a roiuliiuatton of
Hliiplo I. unlive IkiIii villi pepsin.
It nets promptly, prntly mill wj I li
mit griping slid mil villi certainty
irgulntn any tentlrncy to con-
DR. C AL
slipntion thnt you tuny liavr.
Take il when jnii feel drowsy,
(lizy or liiliou, when ou feel n
n!d or n feer ruining on. when
there is nu i-pidcmii ."when you
have eaten niilhilig nlsml. winch
ou nre In iloiiht. IL H nt such
iinics thai sou ni eil to ho free of
ixiivim nnil of fermenting JjhhN.
1 on i'iiii buy Dr. tlnldwi'll'sSyriip
l'rpin nt. nny ilrng stntc. Miiou
sniiiU of fiuuiliiY! liavo it rnn
hlantly in tho liouso og.iiust
fn Jf'ile of the .li f iru-lt Dr. GiLl
iifll's Sjtii( IVmn It lh I.iTjceit itllinf
hiiui I.u.uiie in I lit uoiU, there
ifinj; mrr 0 million Nml! jo.I each
yjr, tiumy u lio nrcJ III cnfiti Julia
not yrt uud If l win full not, icrul
jour iLiine rtnJ rtduc st for it free trial
Km! to Dr. V. I). CiMuvK, ?tr
Vuhin(toii if., Montktllo, IKinoit.
Ownci of Irocrty Condemned by
County DeinumJ Jury Trial.
.Vleglng thn appraisal of dam
ages to the pl.ilntirf'x property on
tho Hose HIll-DawHon highway by
action of the county commissionum
Ir. taking possession of tho strip of
Und On payment of ono dollar, u po.
tltioa demanding Jury trial of the
cine was filed yesterday In district
counrt by IT, I,. Lynch, a minor, by
Commissioners wero appointed by
tho court two weeks ago to iipprulM)
the damage to ho proiwrty through
acquisition by the county of a nar
row trip of ground needed for road
building purposes. TJio appmlsed
damage, one dollar. Is not consid
ered sufficient by tho plnlntlrfs nnd
yult Is brought to compel ithe conn
ly to ray a higher valuathyi on tho
property condemned for road pur-peses.
GItOU.V0 TI.OOrt KOniNSO.V AJICADK
Especial Reductions Today ((
Two choice groups of very
smart Frocks are featured
today at the Advance Shop.
The array includes Taffetas,
Satins; Foulards and Georg
ette Combinations; and the
types are stunningly correct.
Prettily fashioned effects
are used in the trimmings
and the values are especially
Frocks that sell regularly
Frocks that sell regularly
Wc especially feature Spring Hats, $12.50 values
rr: i m
n . or JJ Mi
2frt Feet That Itch
Had Standing Dr. Bill Every Month He Says
Is Better Than in Past Years and Has Gained
Seven and Half Pounds Since Taking
Quaker Herb Extract
My wlf'o Is better .today than she
haa been In tho kuU 50 years and alio
has actually gained 7 '4 pounds
idnce taking two hottlM Quaker
Herb Kxtract, Is tho signed state
ment made for publication In this
paper by Mr. Jackson, woll known
cltlzon of 403 Sth Ave., Columbus,
"In all this time X havo had n
standing doctor's bill every month.
Vo spent lots of money, but my
wlfo',1 general condition Is be'ttcr
than It Jiaa been at all, and I glvo all
the credit to Ql'AKUU HUHIl EX-
THACT. Her main troubles wtro
constipation, stomach disorder, a
sluggish liver and weak kidneys. Of
course, these troubles brought on
oUicr symptoms such as headache,
hcarburns, ' dizzy spe.llB, poor bleep,
nervousncui, no appetite, pains in
her back, nnd cencral rundown hvs-
tern. Mho Is like u new person now
ana nor ncignDOTs aro surprised to
see her well, and my wife never
misses a chance to tell them QUAK-
1SK IIKIIII KXTItALT did It all.
Qu.tker Herb Kxtract Is a mild
Uutatlve, builds up the Htomach.
regulates tno i.iver, strengthens and
purities tho Hlood, and a Tonlo and
Tho Quaker Man Is at the Quaker
uruff more, -ruisa, QKia., daily rrom
3 a. m. to, a p. m. nave a talk with
him, free of charge.
415 South Main Street
Special Underpricing Today
Spring Suits, Coats, Dresses
Tulsa, Oklahoma ' f,
. The first special underpricing s occur at
the Paris Fashion Shop Today. A glance
through the list will show the season's
very newest and desired modes in Wom
en's fashionable attire sharply reduced.
Suits at $39.75
Sizes 10 to 11
Handsome originations in
tlte new spring suits, made
up of the best Quality
serges and poircl twills.
The style effects arc the
smart and distinctive tail
leur types. Suits that arc
exceptional values al the
special price today
Suits at $59.75
,S7res J6 to ti
Spring of alluring beauty.
The very cleverest models ami
the vuvlelu fimln cxprcufiion
through the grace of line. The
mutcrialH arc scrgfn, polrct
ttcillH aiul trlcotine. The 8tulcn
include the wanted f (tuition
that are so popular thin seanon.
Also, the plain taillcur modes.
A tOGitdcrful value al
Sport Coats Reduced to $39.75
Sport coals are placed on sale today al a substantial
reduction in price. They arc represented in navy, tan,
brown and polo cloth. There are but 27 in the collection
and you may have unrestricted choice of the assem
blage al the one price of
Dresses at $24.75
Taffeta, georgette and satin dresses arc offered
for today's jelling at a wonderful saving. These
dresses are the season's latest arrivals and in
cludcthc natfy style effects so excellent for
springtime wear. The designs are in the bouffant,
pleated ami ruffled and developed of the best
As an extra value for Friday wc present a
collection of taffeta, georgette and tricot inc
dresses that denote the exquisite dress
styles with beautiful new trimming effects
that are a premier selection of individual
ized modes. Especially reduced today.
Presses at $34,75 I m