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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1020.
TAFT TO REVIEW ' THE BfftSCOUTS Honorary Vice Chief to Inspect Troops o tho Local urgiuiutzii-iuii. mines s Men Will Be Asked lyocal Work, i " Ti. sas 0 boy coul are. "hurst J -Ith Importance." thin mornlriB Laus. at 9 o'clock they aro to l.o ffl bv William Howard Tatt. ,WUma President of tho United ffjtw nl present honorary vice , e Idcnt cf the Hoy Scouts of Araer L, it 'hr corner of Fourth ahd ui'ln Mr Tnft nccompanlcd by ot Mili of th" hoy scout council of XSa. w i inspect nnd perhaps ad Suthd scouts. Tho scouts will ty,r ocal headquarters In the ;rw of tho V. M. C. A. build iVi at S S o'clock. marchliiR to Saurih and Main In "troop forma lon. They will not execute any ma mma, merely standing at ' 'ton Aim" Burlnc Mr. Taft's Inspection, i Voile-win tho review tho scouts rill dlstr liutn letterH containing .lje cards for tho boy scout budirct to I00O Tulsa business men. Tho n ' of $4,300 has been secured (or the, budget of $6,000 without any rtrsonal felicitation and scout. lead- , 4fc hoplne to finish tho cam ciirn todav Tho scouts wilt wait until the letter Is read and ruturn to headquarters with either a' check or a pledge card- T,1o boys who bring In the largest number of .-heckj and tho larrest amount have been promised prizes. New Ail Mn In Tulsa. The birth of a 7'i-poo.nd boy was announced at tho homo of Mr. and Mr, A 11 Ncls. H20 Sooth Utlcn. Wrdncuday evening. Mr. Nets Is tho manaeer of the foreign and classi fied advertising departments of Tho Warld and ho declared that tho joung man" already shows tho pro llritles of an advertising mnn. "Jto rno time on his arrival In mak Irz his prrsrnco known to all within hearing distance," Ncls said, whv Hrmil hnhv's first wtirnrner? fW learn the principle! of baby caro and feeling in ino v, v. ,.:nusi hr mothers. Inqulro Cedar 988. Advt. Here's a Record for , Convict ions; Not a Prisoner Is Freed Numerous alleged vagrants wero Riven tho limit.. $19 and cosls, by Judgo k U,i Warren In municipal court yesterday. Will Knlvln caught two $19 Hnd costs fines, one. for breaking Jail nnd tho other for vagrancy. J. M. Whitney will probably none out his $100 anil costs fine for disturbing tho peaco. J. It. Young, Krcd Hannan ami 11. .1. Jlnwcrs worn usses-scd (15 and lo.dnys In "Hd Warren's, board Ing house," ns the Judge styles tho city J.ill. Jaok Kclley. H. 1.. Ijiugh Iln and M Parr also have about -0 days each In confinement. John Iong, negro, was Ined $25 and cosls and given 10 days extra after testimony of Detective llonry I'armlclmel branded him as "a common sneak thief" A. A. Smed ley failed to appear to fuco n charge of violating a city flro ordi nance anil forfeited a 110 bond. Thrco others nine) forfeited bonds and ono caKo was continued imtll today. Not u single defendant wus released out of 29 cases on 'the docket. BIG SOLDIErTcT ' IS COMING SUNDAY "Putting It Over" A , IIR-Muslcsil Comely vtlth 25 A. U V. Soldiers nt Orphoiim. m . HaTd to bo tho biggest riot tho vaudeville slago has known In years, "Putting It Over," a ho-muslcnl eorrjedy by 26 A. H. K. soldiers, comes to the Orphcum Sunday as tho head lino attraction. This act Is composed entirely of soldiers who saw scrvlec overseas. All of them wero stars of tho New York musical comodlos, "You Know Me. Al." and "Lot's Ucat It," which created a sensation In Now York. Tho act Is full of color, conmdy, song and dnnco, gorgeously costumed with special scenery and stngn setting. Three other excellent acts com plqto tho now show opening Sunday. They are Hobble (lordone. tho artist model. Helen "Smiles" j Davis, comedienne, and Duncan &Caslar, singing and talking team. This show promises to bo the most talkcdof show of tho year, as "Put ting' It Over" has pfovon a knockout for entertainment wherever It hits uppoared. It appeared before President WIN son, King ('eorgo and Oeneral Per shing and Field Marshal Halg. Advt The Mortuary niir. Funeral scrvlciu for I Furr, 66 years of age, who dlcl at a local hpsirftal yesterday morning will bu held at tho Mowbray uiulertaklnc chapel nl 10 o'clock this morning, with Itev. Itobert It. Clark, pastor of the Oollcgo Hill Community church, .officiating Mr, Furr Is survived by a wtfe. --A TomlliiHoti. The funeral of Max, Hugh Tomlln son, tho 2-ypor-old son of Harry Tomlliison, of Park View Million, was held fro"hi tho Mowbray undertaking chapel yesterday afternoon, Inter ment bring made In Hosohill couip tery. Tho Tomllnson baby tiled Thursday night. Ilankiistlr, lineral services for Mrs, flalllo llnrdcatle, 65 -cars of ngo, will take place at tho llostnn Avenue M R church al t o'clock thh afternoon Hpv It.' H. IJarton, pastor of the church, will have charge of the scrvlec and burial will be In ItosohlM cemetery Mrs, Hardcastle died at the homo, 1651 Kast Ninth, Thursd'V evening Iter husband. Itobert Polk Hardcastle. a rotlrwl Methodist mln Ister, passed away In December, 1919 llrnioii. ' Tho body of Miss Kalherlne Hen-1 son, a teacher In tho Kendall school, who died nt n local hospital Wednei day mil will to Auni'ii. Mo., f"r burl it Thursday Miss llenwn taiigbt 111 the 4 A grado at the Kendull school, ha Ing como hero from Mvja koaee last fall Consttpatlnn Is uomen'n Mont B cntiny. DK.TinTS UVER NLI,S j IrrRinate nnu cleanse. The great remedy lor women's special Ills. i OA U1 Tkrt 7 4 Phono Cedar 1593 7I. mS JLfPVvX COSTS KO MORE Mvrs v tiiam tup nnniwADv PHONOGRAPH Tlic Patlic Sapphire Bail is permanent ami does away ' with chatiRitig of needles. More than that, no needles could ever bring ut the music in the manner of this genuine jewel. . Hear there Pathe Records They're NEW! Don't Put Tax on the Beautiful Girl. V ....22260 Don't You Remember Thote School Dyi7 2225A I've Found the Girl I've Been Looking, For 22257 Bye-Lo 22259 Now I Know 22263 . Why Don't You Drive My Bluet Away? 22266 Only 2224ft Poor Little Butterfly ! a Fly Girl Now 22260 I'm So Sympathetic 22269 P.wy .22267 Exclusive Pathe Shop No. 8 West Fifth St. "ITS Tllll'TONi: THAT "PULLS" .a Hannls Optical Co. Advt. tyKTjovrnOiKi 1 1 11V .tor-, I 'flowcraa Tile flolcrs that arc rlmin along tho high nay of the heart greet Hie unjfiirer In lilt dally vtalks. T li e deem lo say "cliivr up, Hie world's a good iilnee to lite In. If joii are a loier of flouers jou will enjoy a vlxlt In our liop. Let tho ilan and Mosoms mo ills pluy Mdc jour gifl problem unil tho rmes linn of friendly greet-Iiik. 1 'w&tri&u&& DoslohS m ib kum l m imm k h am h am a m m ll r" vo" I b o K.-,,lAl' l&"G.2k'''ll?0 9l BLACK-DRAUGHT We Give You Values Impossible Downstairs fc ' , Second Floor Economy NEW CLEANS THE LIVER: Enthusiastic Texan Tells of Bad Fix He Was In and How He Got Out by Using Black-Draught Liver Medicine. ?'llnt.T.ivt ..... . lcli Jlr Ji jlcg. ll,'e OUt lnttll, .,.,. I iu V.1JUIIH t BUJB, "!tk.r)raught ls without doubt the ver medicine made. I do not 'te lo say It will do n"ll It Is "Amended to rfo and more. ' tin atroilr. iinn Vianlll.., 1,... .... ,Jd a liitto n.i,.- u..i 1 hlle, and niack-Draught is N cnoush for me. It docs tho "k well and cTcans tho liver, car ' 4ay hlle, th easiest of any f'"Jhve l hao over seen. h,""' 8l""e ycars aB' 1 ha(l slow nd niy stomach va In a bad Zm nu-raueht gavo mo re "I ana v.i- . . " ""w me a wondorful !" It cured m f"n bad feellnir nri., . 1 - ivi v-uviuet NhLf0,r my ramlly ly " Wer kn yea"' a tt0. " "aves A ,,,'" rand I" not expensive. "wit im ,lm-e -wvea nine, and , ickneas ,, caUM1 by tt ba(1 ' A ICW r!nn ti . . "Ihav. 'I ' ,ney would see C W1i"' heln " would be." DRESSES OFFERED FOR TWO DAYS AT . THE SPECIAL PRICE OF These New Desses Display Highly Original- Character in Development ' 'IliN hpeelal offering relircHcntM iiKMlrls secliilly mlapteil for Mrcct mill tinv ellng near. Thefto new niodiv represent liiillldualleil ereutlons, Intel pivtlpg llxj "elile" unil iiin'licnlle ni-w ht)los now in iiigue. 'l'liey Mill meet tho Insliint yiiipnil of the IN irlinliwillng wiimiiiii 'ulio IiisIMh upon illguiflcil ele. gniieu unil nrlglnallty In tier rearing apparel. Tnf feliH, Sntliw, fJeorgetteti, Creic do Clilno and Trleo IctteH, liaiiilMiinely trlmmeil nnd ilcHlgncd. Iw ueeks, hliort or long (doeics, i-lpplo cffi-ets, are mhiio of the nttriiL'tho foulures, ulillo till) eolorw reireent nil tho new spring shinies. IlAlll pay you to look at this Npcelul iivsorlmcnt. 2nd Floor Robinson Big. TiiLsii'h Iiirgect UpMuIrs Storo for Women TIIIH1) AM M M.V TAKI IILMVATOH Pascinaliny Millinery Models First Fxpressions of Correct Mttdels Here Vandevers Gay and vivacious antl Hombrc hats to -trim ami tailored .sparkling reiieoi every mood 01 uio over- cliangcabln feminint? are the Bpring millinery nioile. There are milin liat.i Hinall turlmiis ami modelH with gruccful brinw; hats which will feature new braids cellophane, taffaphane, yeda ami zipper; hats of ravishing color gay blues, persimmon, capu cine snifirt sailors, rogueish in tilt of Milan brims, and smart with bandings of grosgrain ribbon. Hesides, the now ljals emphasize becoiningness; each may, be worn with confidence of its smartnctis. You are inivted tg see them. .Milliner) Dept. I bird llmir 'irjj' Jljllij W ' Foir Loss SATURDAY n e? vvci race rowdri 2,itf Wnodhtiry SV Melballne - Ktm.i , Wt -Nadirir 10, farmed . , n f'rdni Prigraru'e So. .! Hire ,'n l'ompriannriuiy ,...toc 10 , ... ICC . . . .30C SOt . ...39C . . . .390 . , .flftc , . . 39C 39C ... ,39c . . . .390 . . . .nue r I 'HI .MMIil lllm 89C fl 00 Mry Oanlrn M.00 Klaiue 80c DcnUI Creami and rowdera. Tie Klmo 1,'rAAin J Wllllann' Cream I o l,)ona INiwile r , i-.r rfnrf(vi raaip -v, , l."n' KoWnoa Patln ?S. Ulc Pulivnilluw Jlatla SOr Milln Nfulral 0.- Melha llnilllipl M..1I.A ass Me Low Pncs o'sn Gdl $1.45 $2.95 ,11 inch Oriental Natural lUmgcr A pure silk, liiintlloom fabric washes like linen especially suitable for wash dresses, blouses, children's dresses, shirts, etc. priced, yard . . t it) inch Alt Sill: Crvpv h Chine Including Copcn, blue, rose, tan navy, brown, gray and black and white. Priced per yard 19C . . .lc . ..IOC . UOO . . .'JDS Kir 1'fpiOHlent I'ailo 30c 50c I'rWro I'ailo 30c Talcuma' and Tollnt Waten, Florentine Tub Silk- Shlrtinns Uirgc assortment of beautiful stripes in a good variety of colors. Priced, yard 2.V Klroo'a Vl.ilrlln and ilurjo IeSf 10c St .lrrjrt.n'1. Vlntl- tll IN KlltMlaa 10c 2.'ir (Vrlupla 10c In- Vndrnr'a bVrrl'l ' llou.jurt ut 1'lnwrra , 10c ?"c Mrlba Ui Mp Hole I'lntKoid. . tOc MIC Mollia t.llac . ( 39c Harden I rnrance , B9c Hfiulhb'a Violet and Carnation Talriim IOC 53. WoHlorth'a f.'ret I'fa and Trailing Arbntua Talcum 19c Crrami and Lqtlnna S.li llinda' Cfdd and Vanlahinir, lubit lt)e He liarartt and Itainadall'a. tubs ...,19c '.'.r Mrlba and t'lraiiarr hltln, lubn...,IOo 50r Combination Trueter'a Jcy. Crrm Mrlba .' 30c. 50r Pond's Cold 390 1 MM I'omprian Maai.airr 39C f.cir Mlllman Krerklr Cream 30c for .Malvina Cream 30c tiOe e'rmprii Ololvlnr (.'rrani 30c bnr 1-entoin and Almond lotion .39c 51V Wllrli llaiel l.nllon 39c !V Mrlha Nkin tuition 100 L'jc Melba Aatrlncrnl l)llnn 10c fl.nn Ingram's Mlikweed Cream 89c V tl 00 .Inmpeian Muaiagn Cream H9c Jl 00 NVllnola Trem 89c " ."iPc t'nmprian Day and Mthl Oritur'. 39c ,'iOc Mary Harden CrraTn 39c liOe Datgett and lUnndell Cream 39c MIcccllaDaoua -C",r lVroilde 19c AOr PahnollfA f.tiainpno 39c .Or .MuUricU Cor4niit Oil 39c M I'aiker'a Tar Hhamiwo 39 Mir ( nnllirox Khainoo 39c ,M)r SonH fur 39c l.ntrrlnr. $1.00 (or (Or; SOc for 39c I'almollvr Stohp, 3 for . ..2oc .lersen'a I'almollte Sop. ;i lor .... 2fc j;e. lniram'a Mlllvrrd Kiap 10c Uoc Hourjnit l.rtluee and Amrnmia Soap . 10c Turn Imported t'attilr t'lup, 'J lor . . .Zflc Un.n llalh Soap, H for 20c ' TaM Qo4Di ' SI Inches round' with colored scal loped border pink, blue and yellow - -Kood quality iiiercerl.od cotton damask Special (J0 QQ each tD&tOV :Ui-inch Foulard All new patterns in every wanted color. Priced, yard :W inch Coram Silk far litmcric in flath, while and pink A dainty sheer wash fabric. Priced, yard . . . . Silk Dept. .Mnln Hour $2.7,5 $1.95 'Renfrew Cinuham Zeptiirs; beautiful j)laitls in every color CQ of tho rainbow; !t2 inches wide; special, yard OtC New 1'ercalcn; tasteful designs in all colors; special, yard 35c 27-inch Gitmhams in all the new spring plaids and checks; QK, special, yard OOC Colored and White HaUnlc; plain rose, pink) nilo, orchid, maize, blue and white; ;!( inches witlc; excellent quality; special, yard 27-inch Oinuhninn; dark plaids, good grade; rcgularjy JlfJc yard ; special, yard V. 59c 25 c In Rood, practical iiiallly OS and In'hes wide rrKulary- Jl.no ard. Special, yard 79c hucl,--ltll while ...$1.59 t.noil crude cotton only. Hponlnl, 1 dozen 4 KedltiBCod Pirkes 19c widths frorn jQ Fine sheer quality narrow 5c Florentine Lac!H inches wide, suitable for brassieres edges only. Kytra special, yard Knolitih Torchon Lace, bilges and insertions U to 2';.. Extra special, yard ', Embroidery Concent liduen widths. Kxtra special, yard Narrow Torchons French Valii Round Thread edges anl insertions. Extra special, yard ? Mir Sale Wiffliirfs . IPousimips awndl FROM 10 UNTIL 11 O'CLOCK SA TURD A Y MORNING Oxfords in bronze, black kid. brown kid. light calfskin, black satin, gray kid and Havana hrnwn kirl welt and turn soles Louis, Cuban military hcelA patent kid pumps, light welt -soles, covered or leather nigh Louis neeis all long vamps regularly worm trom ."8 to ijiiy.fiu one hour only, 10 until 11 a. in Hlioo Dept-t-Seeimil I'loor $3.95 lloxe d Nainsook Kino grade, highly mercerized, HG inches witlc, regularly GOc yard. Special; 10 yards, for . . . $3.98 i r -iriMarinaTj-'nMiiaaa-iMf if a Mm Fine Long clot h Good (under w e a r weight; UG inches wide; 10-yard bolt; r'l"'....$3.95 adlaBaaLIB I