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TiLSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920.
VETERANS WILL JOIN THE FIRST vnrlv Per Cent of Men ini First Regiment Were Overseas. JO START RECRUITING Adjutant General Barrett As sists n Task of Reoragni zation of Troops. .. iMMii ti TttH St Wlr. nvt.AHOMA CITY, Keb. 20. vtran of the roccnt wur are to MmDOSO 111 least piT ioui ui ui.i tml)crltlp of all units of tho new Untrv ms-ment of thj Ok lain, mj Ijitiona .rmril intimJert tr hike lb SttfVcf he oil Klrst nfantf-, W.er r 'nib 3 in of lh regimoi.t do cidM Ui w afternoon at a meeting , th cf ice of the adjutmit cen tal at iy i h. ..o ..r.un of tho irirlmon' wiu lluitooi Xot only former member of tho cid Hrt infantry; but all men who r In tullitary ncrvlco during tho ir wlh bo sought tar tho now regl nnlv n. limited number of ln- t Mperltnwd nrun will be. noocptod, It 'TV.! Thn rnoraardzatkm of the rurlment will bo ono of the first at tnpt3 In tho United States, the adjutant general said, to bring again Into service as n unit tho men do mobilized since tho war. Although Ike work of organization Is cxpooted io M plow, It la intended to have tho rfftment ready for Inspection and Acceptance by federal ' authorities nrt wmmer, Adjutant fl moral ltorrctt wan made chairman of a committee to ike active o.horgo of tho work of rmrganlzatlon. Other tnnmbors of the oommlttoo aro IJcut. Ool. Cnarlos West, former nttorney gcnoml of Oklahoma? Mout. Col, 13. II, James ef Bdmond, Major Harry G Da trap of Chandlor, .Major Charles II, John on of Pawnee, and Lieut, Frod Hunter of Oklahoma City, forrnr adjutant of tho First regiment. The ccjimlttee will apply at onco to the nar department for permission to itsin enlisting mon for tho regiment. The oommltteo -will have the ad ittkainl duty of helping Captain Jrb Ingram of Kingfisher In collecting material for ilia history of the regi ment from tho-tlmo of Its organiza tion more than 25 years ago to Its demobilization, after Uio war as the 112nd infantry. In addltirm tO'Uio members fit tho committee appointed, those present included Brig. Gen. Hoy Huffman of Oklahoma City, Ivlcnit. Col, W, S. Key of Wewoku, Major Earl Pattor non of Oklahoma City, Captain James E. Horry of Stillwater, Cap tain H. W. Whitney of Wowuka, faptaln Mono Hellmard of Pawhus ka, Lieut. It. G. Maus of .Oklahoma City, Lieut. W. T. Lively of Black well and Sergeant Iiimott of Paw huska, Croio's Tostolefw clinl Tonic resWres vitality and energy by purl Vug and onrlclvlng tho blood. You can oon feel Its Strengthening. In vigorating Uffect. Prico 60c. Advt. State Briefs TA1ILUQUAH, IVb, 20. Out of 25 case so far tried In the dliitrlct court hero at .the present term of uouri uicro lias been only ono no nulttal, ADA, Keb. 20. PratianitlonH aro under way for tho culthatlon of ovory vatant lot In Ada. CHy garden ers and school children aro planning to not only keep the weeds down, but to mako Bomo(tU'ng worth while grow. 1'ONCA CITY, K.-b, 20 The Sherman Machlno & Iron Worka of Oklahoma City was th uccrnful bidder and securedtho contract here from tho city council to put In two different sower systems in West Ponca City, amounting to 12G.000 HUaO, Feb. 20. Tho chamber of commerce has gono on record for tho locution cTT'iho J 1,500,000 Mfrthodlst college Ui le built In Oklahoma. A booster oommltteo was nppolntod to formujntn a plan and make the ootlcgo conimliwion a projo:tlon that will land tho InsUtuilcm In Hugo. s AVYNOKA, Feb. 20. The county convention of.l. O. O. F. lodgfa of Osugo county will conveHo here to morrow. Full delegations from all tho lodges In tho county will .be In attendance besides a large number of visitors and (members. A largo cl.ws win bo glvon degrco work at night following which a supper will be served. MIAMI, Feb. 20. The date for a special cloctlfm to vote bonds for sewer cKtenslonH and a sewage dis posal fclant will bo fixed by the city council next week, Mayor O'llannon mid today. The stato board of health has ordered the city to call tho elec tion In order to -hasten tho Improve ments which it Is demanding here. . HENUYBTTA, Fob: 20. A New Tork syndicate has hod rcprraenta lives In this fiold for tho pat week oollecttnir duta on tho coal fieldu with a view of establlahing jxlants for tho manufacture of coal by product, such ad bonzolc acid, picric acid, amonla nitrate, otc. Th,oy nlso contompluto tho. croction ofo. sllvor and copper smelter, and a galvanized steol plant. SEEK A JILTED' LOVER Jfiiskocrc I'ollco Iooklng for iVsRiill. ant of Voulli and Young Or ass Widow. ttr AiMtliled Tren Slate Wire. MUSKOOKK, FebylO. The pollco today continued to search for "the Jilted lover" whom they believe nt tackod Charley Evans, SO, and Miss Itnby Prustcr, 18, as they were walk ing to tho girl's home from a the ater Wednesday night. They learned todny that "Miss Brewstor" Is really Mrs. Alex Now som, but that she has been separat ed from her husband for. two years. Evans, thoy say, did not know of his sweetheart's former marriage. This. clu. however, brought them no nearer the solution of the mys tery. Tho couplo were attacked late Wodnesday night by" a man who slipped up behind thorn from tho shadows ot trees bordering the side walk. Ho felted them both with a club, continuing to pummol Evans about the head after he hnd fallen' Evans Is In a hospltnl still uncon scious sOfferJngfrom concutslon of the brain. Police called to the fccnn found KvunV colt and hat buU,tlie boy had disappeared. Three hours later the pollco fourr.1 him In bed In ids own homo, two miles away. Ills shoes worn oft; his mother and sis- tor who live In the house with hln president of tho Central Kluto bank were asleep but did not know ho wns'nt Klefer was seriously Injured In nuiiir. 4 lit) uu,v mis umiMini iiiu ill tho lime. The girl In still In n hospltnl but will recover from her Injuries. Truck Htrlkrs Hanker. Hy AModntril l'ren Btate Wire, HAI'l'LPA, Kob, 20. -H', I!. Ilalley, an automobile accident when he ran into a truck with his car Jimt outsldn ot llowden late yesterday afternoon Tlu Injured man wits hurried to a, hospital In Tulsii, where It Is snldj ho Is Injured Internally and Is In n critical condition. ONE DAY OF EXTRA SPECIALS Children's Shoes For today we offer some specials on children's shoes that every parent should not fail' to grasp. Stylish, dependable q u a 1 i t y footwear "for boys and girls at unusual reductions. BOYS' SHOES JJoya English walkers in brown and, black. Sizes 1, to Regular $6 values for only 4 .85 SCUFFER SHOES Odd )nt Hctlffer Mint's A for boys ntid glrlp. aires 114 to 2. In brown, J KJ black, patvnt and smnko elk Itegttlur H BO to tC 00 values. A W Saturday only . .. GIRLS' SHOES Odd lot .young girls' shoes. Button styles. Wolt sol'os and round toes. In black only. Hlzes 2tt to 6. Regular JO to ft values, Satur day only 3 .45 10 Atf Childrcnls yjn Hi; ish Shoes All our rcgul.'ir stock of children' high kIhioh, with exceptions of whites, soft soles and first steps, go for Hattinlay only at discount of 10 Per Cent off regular prlees. ' ' lino 'Quality Children's Hosier jj. Nlioo I'lillxh fur u ln'iitliers 1 I'tV dlc5i?r !V III illtlll Vlt I'lllMII IlltlllVUIiV AIWUIll.1 II Exceptional Reductions Affect Spring Suits, Dresses, Blouses Shop Early SliiMlM,i'- i III Imto mi i Kir ii li 1 1 today In wiiirii ui'H, m'iimiiwiIiIi', mill nil her st)llili iitlhv at n iIitp rut In irl.'. The Ailuincc Sliiii lniiitKiini(t" nit t'M'iit that nticmi Just Shop Early how givnl llir MitlngA nn nifoiniilUlii'il lino. Spring SiiIIm, llnwrs, lllouvs tful Mllllnrri iin plairil licforn ton nt ii hlini'ii mill ilccMu- rciliii'lliin, :mh hIiii i a e- l- i it It I 'intiipli of lln Iciuli'rNlilp iilliilnisl In thin shop, mid o aro nnn wmncn nf ''n1a inn 1 1 tlii-in'i'Ui'M uf lliH M'lllug 'i'iit. Null tin' iiiliirtliuis In rtliM't tixlii)! , Suits Are.Underpriccd Siu ltig kiiIIn nf iillurltig iH'iiut j In Ilia, anil' iniiti'i'lal mill fiilnr. 'I lie hiiIIh pliMt'd on miIk ihIii mo of frix'il In tu iltMtlni'tho groups uml urn tlio vory Imi'Ht rii.Hlil.ni4 fur tin' iiitiilmr m'iimiii. Mmti iiinili'l . .V? In mi cwvlli'iil llioiiglit nf I lie girnj ilwlgnern' iirt, MS mid rmliolllilui lilglily ultli an nlr nf refliiciiinnt, VP) yi Tlii'io Hiilt luno is'ti siiimimiiuiiiy nil in pneo inr Initio's M'llltig, $50 Values $60 Values 1 Special Dress Values Wntni'ii li urn UiN'ii for Hi" 'r.v int In friM'k uiikIoh will ilnllglll In till) illiplay of iM'iiiillful iln'K- nil snln (ihIii)I l lM'i y nun Is a charming emit Inn that Ii InilMilinilli'it llimiiKli Its ntii r ihtwiiiiiIII)-. Unwn that nm wry Into nrrh ills Just miiMickctl urn nffcn'il In two grnuiw mnl xioinmi of ilistx'rn iiiciil will itHNiguli; tin- trim t iilur. $27.50 Values $35 Values 19.75 24.75 k 0' Introducing the Cotton Blouse A limit Ii from Dixie! Wntucn llircniuliont llm ikiiiii. try urn liiijlug mill m'niing Hit- lllniiwt nf riittnn. Till iiiini'M ulHiut tlinmgli the fnrt 1 1 lit t tlin nniilll) of silks hit of Mi Ii hifrrlnr grudes nn lo iiuiku tlirm nnilivlriil. 'I'licii, Iihi, tlin prltrs on silk blnintivt niv nil nut nf proportion. Tin llirniiglipiil the t'tiiinti'y urn fiMtiirlng tlin lilonin nf i-otlun, KK'rlul today . qunllly shops ... $4.95 The new lints for Miring. A collection nf tin new niotlfH tlmt sliiki- n Hiiiil.ir fa.ililon I'luilll. Vllllll-H lit SI-.'lO HlHS'llll today . NEW SPRING HATS REDUCED i i A ii'rr clioliti group nf stimulus' hat model. ultli brilliantly ileconitUf fcaliircM art! phuvl nil Mini tiMiiiy. ,p in s 17. .u values $7.95 $10 illlllllllllllBH y ll(IIIIIMIflllMIIMMMnMIMMIIMMMMMMMIIIIIIMIMIItlMIMlMIIIHIIMMIIMflIlMIMMI1IMlf)lll H""'"""! mmi """'""II IMIIM IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIHIIIItllllll Hlllir 'tlllllll IIIHIIIIIIIIIII 'I ' .......,...,...,...... ...... .1 ............... imim It "Kll If 1 1 M llll II 1 1 II IIM I H II I M M III M ' "I IfflM 1 1 IMI ANNOUNCING A . 1 m 33 1 1 Is 1 The Opening This Morning of Original Doughnut Shop No. 2 1 " . ' 1 Ori At 23 West Third Street, Corner Third and Boulder i The opening this morning of this new, up-to-date doughnutshop marks. a new epoch in the doughnut industry in Tulsa. It is less than six months since Messrs. Earll-Gehring & Wells opened their first Original Doughnut Shop in Tulsa at 214 South Boston.- Under the capable management of Mr. Wells their venture met with , instant, success. , ' ' As is. always the case with the pioneer, there were plenty of imitators to rush in and make a bid for popularity in-the new industry. But with little success. , Perfect Cream' Doughnuts are not to be imitated. They are made by a secret formula originated by Messrs. Earll & Gehring, which gives a confection of flavor, crispness and deliciousness that is not to be compared. The new location is the very acme of sanitation. Everything has been arranged, with special care given to the' convenience of patrons. Besides'the regular table service of Perfect Cream -Doughnuts and Famous .Boston Coffee, 17 varieties of per- i feet Cream Doughnuts in half and dozen lots will be featured for home trade. " I Come in this morning and. try them for yourself plenty of room quick service. ginal Doughnut Shop No. 23 West Third Street Corner "Third and Boulder Opposite Potsof fice " -, - v 4 ? 53 1 1 1 illllUlllillll!llllllll ' ifDfsHflkH