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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920.
9! ft- 1st ? ire 1 tin 1 M i I lul MU 12J III Jf'V Vi To tlo on CI. (SOCIETY UUAN COAWVOItn PHIIK1N8 WOMAN'S WORLD and WORK . . bv l n operation of part .Mil of the nnd conduct. and to urge upon the lirA'v the f) nulled lanrar rtriusei, rvll',r nations n n long "t for int., Kir iK' mi read by incwitlonal v, trd In promoting permanent peace lnm "A lnlin f Uio Malarit llond I was slowly rending rt book Hint waa written In a stratum Inngu.iKO; And suddenly 1 came upon 11 tg In mine own fnmllmr tnnguo. This wn the heart of my friend that Ulotly understood me; Tin r-irt whimo meaning wn clear without a word. O my flod, wlnwo tov follnweUi Oil Tliv nllKTlmii ami strangers; I iiraUo TJioo for Hip comfort of oom- milfv) on n nummi rmui. - Henry Viui Dyke Today's I'.xruin. Mrn. Travis loiwrd Oolny will n. terli.ln wiUi a luncln-on hi Urn Coun try dull Mtwi Jlorlln Alklro wilt rnili-rlnln In tho Kennedy restaurant for Mr. and Mrs. A'ten Hmltey. Mr. aixl Mm. N. V. Olllport host fit dancing party Uiolr hmo for ymiiMT folk the. faintly raid th,olr gll'Mlli. Mrs. William .TV Unds.iy will on inrtirtn at Imtolieon for Mrn. U 11 Collmrmvood nnd Mrn. II A. Vubcy. Mm. jr. 1U J)lll:ird'tt luncheon In tho rJnunlry club for Miw Annlo Lntirle Dlllard. Mrs lAtha Htnnlcy JiWhon will orttortuln rhlldri'n's party for 1ir small daughter, I'hordio Ann Jjiwlion. llano llcrlt.ll. Irnf. John KrrowlcM Wmicr will jrrnt n group of Ktndenlii In n pnno recilnl ot Kcrrrtall collei on (Viliirdiiv tiwnlng, February SI, nt ft o'clock. Voice, nuiill of Mrs. If. J. Mmcgn will awilst In rrt'iwtntlriff tho following program. ivocnrcdoniil .M.rcli (Ilolm r'rlni), Itfvctlo. (OwvlsJ. i:ilrAlMUi JIrn-; Kallliic 1.C4WH, (Mliollor), (JmibVIovu llriubiltaw; foitllllan. ((Iidurd, i'T-ivcr tiiri.i .vanjM (waonn) Knn truth l'nmnoro; Hlacr-KI, ( Wkmhii), Yolundo ntiomiut; I)iilro Oiiprlor, (urleB). .Mniiollc Hlwon; lly tim vm tr 7., (Ooltn.-hulk), 'l)dny (Jiwn ItomO. O tOlo MKi, (1) Cipiia. Illllct Doux. (Iihinnn), Iri-iin l;iuyntt; tfli'-pncrd uml Hhcp h')rdei, Clcxl.ird), trcono Hrltton; l'oliiii;dne Op. 40 No 1. fOlmplnt. Jewel llu-ton: Noctnmo In O l(Ml.') Oltnalx, (Koliytro). Mrs. JxiuUid Moorn Wlliton: AVliy7, (Holmmiirm), Hcherro in II Kbit, (Son ii bent). IXft I'yrailtl Wnnxto J-;tti1, (Uulhmi!ln), Murle Wll; Armorer'n Honif. (DoICovdn), llusti n llyc, (llnynor), When Love In form, fT.ynen) . Handnlcro, (Htnirl), Max AVhnert; HoIutzji In n nnt Minor On 3,1. (('.lioptn). Icmo j-'imn Jllorly; linlaln (I'lioio and ()rsuil (nciuoroal), Konnoth Uniilcli mid Mr, viver ruiillH' Itrrlirtl. 3lr. Jncnb Bolirclner presented iiomo of Ills violin pupils In recital In ins Htiiaio, Kourtn nnd Mnln. Hatiir day afternoon, Tills In tho flrHt of a nerlra of recltaH to po given Iiy Mr. aclirctner'B puplUi. Tho proerumr AndAnta HotlBlonn, tlrernwatrtj iu let) or iiorrmtin. urtenuaen, un Wnrtile chit: Htimoremitid, Doorak, Alien Funlj Ilouree, ( nmjor, llacli, Jnunttn, Jonm; Dreiunn at Homo. Irrownleo. J. II. Moore: IOvo und rloworn, ZalnilUu, Walter lrvtn; Meditation, from Tlinls, Mnxnanet, HI vint Jonon: Old Jinulliih iMnoo, riree,nwald, cnwemblp clnsa. JatinlU Jones wua Accnmpanl.it for tho after noon. ' Mm. ftolmon 1onm, who lias been f.rrloiinly in, jn now Improving. Mr. nnd MrB. Alfred O, I loir com hav returned from a visit of 10 dhya to tJlilraBO. - 7Ur. nnd' Mm. J, J. aillllalid nnd children left yetiterdny for Kft.mt.iii City, whoro tliey will visit. Mr. and Mm. T. T. WU left last nltrht for Miami, 01; la., n routo for Knnicm city, where they will visit. Mr. and Mrn. (leorco C. Klaltaddon ot 321 Wont Twi;lfth Btmet announce tho birth of a daushter, Kattuirlne Jane. Kobruary 20. ami Mrn. I l.jtmn. After Mireh I they will bo hxjated at CSl Wit tioventh n'rri t. MIwim MnrRarnl and Mary llurlie of HI. Iml, who lvn Iihuii vUltlliK Mm K. A. Keltnlen th punt WK, will livive iihorlly for Kort Worth to visit relative!. . i. Mlaei TUUvn lxrtoi has returned from u vialt with frlenda In MubKo Kee, Okla. Jllra Iorton won lh rn. clplent of numerous social court t'Bloa whllo thorn. Mr. and .Mm Jake Lyoas, formerly or yoaKum, Texas, navoinrrtveit jT; ejrpcct to males this city their horn and nro o.t preaent Kueatn of Mr. BAD BRONCHIAL COUGH FOR THIRTY-SIX YEARS Sirs. Him llnally Stopixl It, With out innsliu- Cllinnlo, CUJIt EVENTS lolletsUle AliMnime nworltton will meet In lh . W ('. A and will hear Jtr. Arilm l'v odHI speak OrKiuilol lUnleu. Mrn. KIImIk-IIi (lllbrmth, illnlrlrt fnutv of the Woman's llenefll ns siM-latloii of the Mru'niitMwn. orgHnlied revlnw fif thl ortrnnlsatlon juat recently In Miami, OkUu Clccfwl to Srorlt). (w'l! In TU World. fdl.TON. Alo.. I'Vib. 10. MIim Hel en Miller of Tulsa. Okln., n ml Minn Until Hohlnson of iWntumka, Okla . are anion; trio seven siunnntM or William Woods rollers of IIiIm rlty who liavo Just l'en nleetod to mem Ix-rshlp In tho Phi Thela Kafitnt, Hie national Junior colleen sorority. The nomlnatlonii for fho elwtlons wire made. ly tho fnoully or tlio school i ami worn based on Hrholastl' tamllliK of the student!, none lieiiiK I ellKlbln with u crude lew limn SOI nr r.enl rurlhermore. only III r rent of the student tioilv run l ell Bible for election and tho rivalry ftr i lie honor pl'N niwiiyn is Keen, i belmr necwifuirllv llmlleil l'lve other Hludentii may h chosen for member ship at the next election If they hnvr the re(iilreil Krades. UKl.ihoiua siu dents at William Woods have hern fortunate In the pHJtt In ctlin on in honor roll, at hsisl mm girl from lint stale IfelnK chosen at almost evury cleotlnn. ( WILSON POLICIES BITTERLY FLAYED rw.vriNrKii rwm I'aub nk. leaKMj of nations on proper notice, declaration njrnlnst artlrlo 10 in Its prrtirnt form and demand In pm- cct on for the .Monroe inx trine in lottor anil spirit," were advooaled In the platfom adopted hero today by the N,ow York statu repulilloan n-ventlon. Tho platform snys In ttart: "Tho republican party of tho rt.ite rvf New Vork reafflrm lit un yielding dovotion to tho constitution f tho Un tri man ami lo tuo Kimrantcen of civil, tKlltlcal nnd re IIrIouh liberty therein contained. It will reflsl all uttwuptH to overthrow tho foundntroiiN of the Bovernmenl or id wcakon uio rorce ot us coi trollliiK principles and Ideals, Wheth er the nttrjupm liu maun in tun form of Internntlonal tiollcy of do- imiatlo ntrltntlun. l'luor llcM-rtntloiis, Wo fnir the Immeili'.uto rntlfl- catUm of tho vendlns treaty of pmce with sueh dbllnct rwervatlona nnd UeclarntionH aa nluill mako It clear to thn world Unit the Hnllod Htalea rotuliw Its unc.oiidltlonal rlKhls to withdraw from tho league of nations on proper notion; that tho t'nlloil States asmimra no obligation, either legal or tiKTal, lo send Amnrlean a"l illera or sailors for nervlco atToni! linlrofi tho itiucreHS. In the exorcise of ltd constitutional power shull ho uuthorlio nnd direct; that thn Mon roe doctrine Is prolcctrM iKith la let ter and spirit; that no rnrviKii powers alKill havo nny nmtrol whaliionver ot tho domestic pollolo of tho Unltod Blateo; tmd Uiat tho Kovenunent and tho people of thn unltod KtatoH ahall not bo arawnt "Anlrje to of tho covenant for a f tiHtlnns to Its oricrtnat form, cm n not nnd should not be rati fied by the senate or accepted hy the pcnpln of the I'tilled 8lnt. To do so e would not only ronti.icl awny control by III American people of their own policies nnd not, hut would certainly embroil the country In an endless nu reunion of wiirn, Brent and am sll. lciisriii' Is llrfcrlhc "We believe that the proposed, covenant of a ImiRtie of nations Is mvely defecthe In that It attempts In suhntltuje dlacunsloti Imtmd of the rule or low, for force In the sel tleiimnt of lnicrntlonal differences We declare It lo be the policy of the republican partv, when ths treaty of pnaee Is ratified, promptly In lake slcps for the .Institution of in Inter national hlKli court of pmMce to heur and decide, in m i oriUin e with the principles of law and -inllv 'Its putea that are Justifiable In rh. mu ter arising lietwcen nations and for no International (inference, mecilmc at slated tnieruils to dcrlare and n revise thn mlos of Intorn.itlonal law their nmenl to Hiich a rod pr law dsfinltiB the rlghta and dittlen of na tlons. such n wan adopted by the American Institute of International law nt Havana, republic of fliba, on .lanuary i!3. 1917, known as tile rec nmniendntlons of Havana "The chief enemy of democracy, based upon universal suffrage and majority rule, no lonRer Is the nrbl tniry RovernmeHl of a monarch or of a Hereditary aristocracy, but the cruel and relentlexs domination of a clans bent not upon protecting lib erty nnd equality of opportunity, but upon exploiting all who are not of their own kind and Rroup We sup port and men thn most vicious menaun-n to prevent bv education the spread In thin country of the doc trim of this danKerous nnd undem ocratic movement. "The worh worker Is entitled, ns a Iiuiiiah help, lo a proper wane, re nonablc houin and healthful condi tions of labor, and lo share In doter- inlhlnB the circumstances under will' h IiIm personal co-nperntloti shall he eUen The strike Is a weapon of lnduMtrt.il war and should bn made Increasingly tinnecwnry and Infro Ethel Clayton- Majestic Beginning Sunday uuent by the better orRanltation of industry and by tho establishment of commission or commlns ons on in dustrial relations. "Increased Droduotwn. stlmnUllon of enterprise, checking of private rx iravaffajico no waste, anu tne reauo tlon of public expenditure are a national neeemlty, our system of taxation and of bUffinriM reculatlonj sriouiu on immeniHieiy rcviseo wun the rtcfimt's purpose to promote rathen than lo prevent enterprlao and production. Want National lludffrt. "We ursn the nromot panMane of leKlsl'tlon to authorize a national bud?f.L "Tho principle of protection must he retained aa a national policy not only for use in maintaining Amer ican Hianriarua or moor ami industry when present conditions chance, but In order to ennure the nations eco nomic Independence. "Wo are absolutely opposed to Bovernment ownership of the rail roada and to the no-called TMuml plan for their mnnaxoment Tho transportation of tho country should bn privately owned and privately managed under strict government regulation. "We think lhat both the national defenso and proper earn for our for eign commerce require a merchant marine of the beat typo of modern ships flying the American flag, manned hy American seamen, owned by private onpital and operated by private, energy. "We charge that the federal trade commission an at present constituted has deliberately prostituted Itn proper function. "We are opposed to a largo army of professional soldiers. Wn favor the democratic policy of a small standing army, with a trained clti jien reserve." Thn platform calls attention to the election of a republican congress In 1918 over the prealdent'a appeal for the election of men of hla own party "Still tho president persisted In his course," the platform myn. "noth In hU conduct of the peace ntirollaflons abroad and in hta advocacy hero at home of ratification by the senate, of his own Individual work; he has an sumed a purely personal and partisan attitude. He has forced tho repub lican party to take an attitude of sharp opposition to IiIm recommen dations In order to protect the Inde pendenco and to promote the higher Interests of the people ot the United States, an well na to open the wny to tho adoption of a real, Instead of an Illusory, plan for securing tho peace of the world, "We, shall appeal lo the people to n'ipport a policy of liberal and con Htructlvo progrean both at home nnd abroad, one which will necuro Inter national co-operation for the pre venting, pf war and the tMttP.. ,1 armamcnta without scr,ftciri ? 0'l of country nnd A morn .t, mi. l a false and harmful t ."' I natlonallim." - "Mr. for Constipation the Som.ch, Bad Ilresth or wh FOLEY.CATKARTIC TABLET! phytic mild and gentle to sction. ' B. B. lltwtrd.Un.diHt.G. .j , , Oihtnlc Tiblrn the m, o,i,.l.. ."T..'W CooMlpilloa Ibm innhln ,,,, r J', " ETHEL CLAYTON rul DORlOTHV ROSWER. in. i from, V0UNG WRS.VINTHROP' A PArMMOUNX.ARTCRAFTPiaU.RB ICtliel Clayton In "VounB Mrs. Winthrop" will be presented at tho Majestic theater for a brief engagement starting Sunday, This popular star Is sum to -please: In her newest pluy, which Is an Interesting tale of love nnd devotion, but n misunderstanding that Is finally averted. Mthel Clayton ban thousands of staunch friends and admirers In Tulsa. Iler every presentation Is an excellent rendition, und hor capabilities aro of the true artist. In "Voiing Mrs. Winthrop" she has plenty of oppor tunities In excel. Tho play Is one. lhat Is admirably suited to her versatile talent. Thn story waa written bv Hronsnn Howard, one of Amerlcn'n favorite playwrights. It won directed by Watlor VMwards, who haa staged many recent Hroadwuy kucccmicm. And Paramount Artcnift aro sponsors for Its worth. "Young Mrs. Winthrop" hurra the soul of a million home. It hna sovernl startling climaxes lhat nre splendidly thrilling, und many mo ments of human Interest thut aro sheer delight. 1 y Supporting Miss Clayton nro Ilnrrlso.ii Kurd, Haymond Hattin, J M. IJumont, Walter lllers and Charles Ogle. Uthol Clayton In "Voung Mrs. Winthrop" will be shown nt tho Majestic sturting Sunday. $ 1.98 $ 5.98 'X bJ trroncWIU fur 3ft yeirs. Whn f n: : ;ur3 c!tl I hi:! wisupln; ens; nd It Ufi tnt in ui avful UMk. I took haodre.! of dollars mirth of !neJl'ln with bat IIUU mlirf, I W to lt up in bi sll night uid cnnjch ml rhott iintQ i ties iurly durst out of their xxltU, could not afford to cJin rllmtta. "I'lMkUr nr buibind nrc4 inn to try MHki Ijouliioa. Mylnc It U didn't fcalp cifl.1 I euM (el ray money but. 1 trird It fcnd h(ir eontuiued lU n .1 until now my broiK-hial tube rn fre kiwi tlr and an lirtnth 1th rm. When you think tht 1 I' m! this drrnlnj dUmua all mj'llfe. yon iMD mi ihr 1 vmt erfryV'ly lo try Mill r.mnhion.' - Vr Anna Iltw, 1131 Wen. Bt.. (olumbua. (liuo do not touch a couch ! tm LlnJ Th lyilwn mutt b huui up lo throw It off. Milks Tuiil.Uvn U a plrtAnt. nutr.iite fnod um! a nirnar mdicui. It rlore healthy, rttnral bowl trlW.n. dome ay with all H1 of pill and rhyalM It pro. rooUva appnUta aiul quKlly put tho di(f tln orcana tn ahape lu aulrsllata food. At a bulkier of tilth n.l (Ircjth. Milki 1-jnHI aion la ktrvngly rccomniended to IW whom icknena haa weatenrd, and It a powtriul aid In rnaiatlnf and repairing ths cifecla ot Mailing difeMti. Oaioalo atom Kb trouble and roottlpation ir promptly rnlloTwi utually In na day. This ii the only toil J tmultlon roadf, and M palataila IkU it la oalon with a apooa lUie I CO crraui. No matlar how aarero ionr caie. jou ara ureed to try Mllla K.mulaloa und.r Una fUaranteo Take itx bottlf llotno with you, uao It aftorUmr to dlrvctiona and it not aalltfled llh the renulla. your mon. T w b prompUr rluodd, I'rlca ROo anil tt'.'O rr bottle. Tha Milka lUnulalon Co lrr Jlaute. lod. tVM br diuSKll ' xUcic Alt. HARLOW'S 205 South Main Street Iixquisito new models oT pretty Krencli and Rusainn Turbans; in matrfriala of Georgette, Horsehair braid and the new Kefia straw. Specially priced at $5.98 Beautiful Molain Hats, large and small sailors; including all the new coffirs, that popu lar cherry red, new blue, Ny cco, browp, black and' white. Specially priced jg FiOO new shapes; Sailors, Polks, Chin Chin and Turbans in every imaginable shape. Specially priced at tSaJ aJI 1 1 f( W $1.98 to argost assortment of children's ats of any store in the city. Priced "i98 $5.98 HARLOW'S Where Everybody Trades 20.S South Main Street Hunt's Daily Store News VOL, II. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. NO. 21. 1 IT In Interesting to study thn atmosphere In soma of the largest department stores. All of the larger stores are ex periencing the natural post-war restlessness of shitting per sonnel. While a large per cent of em ployes appear to he of the mi gratory typo (If one may Judge by the general atmosphorc) It Is refreshing to find scattered about hero and thero many who have grown with the Institutions they serve and who seem 1 to radiate thn true spirit of those Institutions. We are gradually adding to our organization those whom wo feel will reflect Iho sincere policies of tho Hunt Co. and we will no! be satisfied until tho spirit ot service and hosprtaUly permeates tho atmoaphcro entirely. Toiletes Requisites for Less Your favorito face powders, creams, talcum, dentlfrlcos and other tojlet prepaj-.tllona priced lower Saturday. Toilet Coods Section Main lloor Saturday Candy Specials SOc Vanilla Whipped Cream. 50o lb. SOo AJisortod Gum D"rops, (Do lb. Stuffed Krults , 89u lb. Candy Shop Main 1'loor 00 New fruit Special Showing of Trimmed Hats spring models, trimmed with flowers, ribbon and Styles for matrons and misses. Saturday Millinery Dept. Third lloor 10 Pretty Georgette Blouses $12.95 Whlto and flejih colored Georg ette mouses wtth tucked net yoke and collar finished with lace. Klesh colored Georgette with Tuxedo collar of net, shirred, tucked and lace trimmed vest. Tailored Blouae with hlghcol lar, solid tucked front; 'back opening. Other new models In white and fltah. Second Floor the Staple Goods Section Mercerized Tabic Damask 72-inch Mercerized Damask in floral a n d other desirable patterns. $1.75 yd. Mercerized Lunch Cloths 56x62 Lunch Cloths with plain hems, assorted patterns. $2.25 40-Inch Colored Nainsook Pink maize and bluc 68c and 75c yd. White Madras Shirting Neat woven stripes, assorted styles 85c yd. .Main Floor ' Children's Gingham Dresses Plain and plaid Gingham dresses for girls of 7 to 12 years, pleated skirts, plain color and white finishing. $1.69 Second lloor Children's Khaki Play Suits Sailor blouse with sailor col lar and tic and full cut bloom ers, all intone piece. Sizes 2-to 6 $2.95 Sizes 6 to 14 $5.95 Second floor Children's Play Overalls Plain blue Cheviot play over alls trimmed with red percale; sizes 2 to 6. $1,25 Solid Blue Coveralls $1.25 Second Floor Children's White Silk Faille Hats Styles for small boys and girls. $4.50, $4.95 and $5.95 Second Floor The HUNT co. DEPARTMENT STORE Stain Street Between Third and Fourth Extra Size Bungalow Aprons Whlto and blue ground percale iwlth neat stripes, checks and fig ures, and finished with plain colur BLzcs to' 62. $2.00, $3.49 and $3.59 Second Floor TOWN TALK MILLINERY 215 SOUTH .MAIN STUHKr NEW SPRING HATS $T.50 Comparing with Hula Selling up to SH.IVO LaaaHafC ' W ' aLaHaH 1aaLM4s AltiHiaaH Vtr , 7 l J Comparing with Hats belling up to $14.50 They are. exceptional values in a brilliant array of charming springtime fashions for immediate wear. ' ALL THE NEW COLORS ' ' , Including black, brown, navy, Aztec and harmonious combinations, SEE WINDOW TOWN TALK MILLINERY HUNT-MURRY COMPANY 215 SOUTH MAIN STREET YOO CAN'T WORK WELL WITH A C0L1 Relieve it with Dr. Bell- P.nn.Tnr.HnnCV . r j i i -i person suitcriug ! - -,. x cold. It exposes them nedl ly. You can take care of yrur job M Urep business and, social "iSS shortly after you bepio using Ur p Pine-Tar-Honey. For it u promp " helping Mature expel pnirK". ---j driving away irritating ccushi. u Uaelt - give it to the kitiiei. D" iufferaminutelongerthanvjU ba, The ineretiients used in Ot. Pine-Tar-Honey are hiriiiy w 'i, in promotinB the relief c3ld-u8efM see iu oaie ana econom"."' t, At all druggists. 3Qc, 60c Gire the Family P3h oat i-inlli. (SO e. r r-1" ,vtnMig I )