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TULSA l ll. WOK I I1. SATURDAY, M Kt'H I!, I!W.
:t TEACHERS FORM A LABOR UNION . i'. of L Approves Or ganization of Instruc tor of Schools. F(fa 10,000 MEMBERS re to Broaden II ind of MftntaM and Improve Affairs. , . ... . . ,. i t -. BMM UN nKliAHOMA CITY. Mar,-h h, in ri an federation ( uaboi . r, ,i . ,kirti in oty m-hooii. pa. , itii the iirwiini.-iiiliin f ,. ),, rw v 1 1 .i atentbeiablp of sra le . r. ' II Htillnian, preatdent nf . kinerican l p in-anon if Tim ti ,.i nmuMirii'i'il lh- teaoBefs' fnderailon liaa H ibtrahtp ol m.ooo mm m r ,, . ,t with thi" Aini-rlraii Mtri Wot ii hot. The tity teachers' i.i ion 1 not oonaeted nh the other orsantsatloa, R A i , m. president, hM toiUy, bat , arould not r 1 1 k Htiy Hiaiement i i ,, whether Iiim Hiwwiatton eventually H..V..I .iffUi-itf w th the leai'hvr i, rt of tin- t union are , i- ,,f the adrlani" commit- , icbool ilivl.lnn, ami nf the t-.M hers Mutual association memo r i H reproaenintlw 01 , crad'1 w'hool Mil Kthei Passlnsrr chatrasan of hi t,.i orSanlSStlon, wilil thi' union , m , ,. ii mpleted unit tliat nho , i ttitH-r-il.lp f nt li'.-mt too . ,, hi i I'll" objeota of orsanlslna, i,.. m id vara MtO tiroadnn th ,,,ln il- of t-iiihiTH una aruuae n , . p. ,i. i real in oommunJry hi State HrU f 1 1 KM IV FTP!' . Mar.-, r. IMw.n.l Sanaa, forsnor it treasurer of Power, Instant!) Silted whan a roc in th- Blaokatom i wh ha . ai work, tell on in;- hi id and broke hla nook iV loavea a if,- .ill J IWO Ktlldll b, J I P vwiii sk V March I rii K tt) tatton, lor ,i r i .- mllaa south of lo r,- eras bald up b a highwayman ai I: Id o'clock ihi mornlni and robbed Only a! ".is aaourad from th" niiit operator Tha hlaihwaj man made lui eece.pi Thi sheriff of.Oaaf a countj haa lafl f..r tho can a nt i he holdup, i' I'lKr.v CITY, Iterah t Itya iiif Kinks ii.ui t.iiai dopnatta or approtlmatoly ffva ami ona-rialf milium rinll.ir at iho close of btMl th sm on sbruar) is. according t" tatamanta Jual ihhik .i in anawar to tin official .-all Tha deposits aiiniimt tn t,llf .114 t.(Q ami tin ra aourvaa in ifttfl,4IOti TAHLBQUAII, kjaroh I w u Halanttna, Jr., twlca alat'tad rlarh or Chardkaa county, haa raalaned hw noaltion and antarad .i looal mar oantlla aatabllahmani The raakfna no?' waa ulil t" ha due to inauffi olanl aalary. John M. bttMefiekt deputy i lack , haji bean bonflrmad h ihr board of rotant) oommlaatonan n Itiilijitlnp'n auocixKiit . Robert a MoBlrnejf Punaral director, riion- I! ill South Main AdM Nannie Optlnil? iiw l-ji RURAL LIFE WILL BE STUDIED HERE Supt. R. H. Wilson ts to Perfect Plans for Big ( Ion ference. m Aaaertataa rraea State win OKLAHOMA. CITY M I Han for a conference on rural ad in'atlon ,'inil iinintry lif,. i. i.p dl irrti-it hy ihi istji t dapBrtrdeni of i iliii'a'lon ami fr-ilcm! hiiraaa nf jeatlon to be held M Chandlei Muic-h In :'T. uill I" miHh' minor row al RhaMtler n n Wile in, atata auparNitantfam of public Inatrucilon, uanounoad today. Klthar tho auper intandam oi one of in ualstaou hi iiiiMmi tia' meeting uevernnr Itobortaon ho nn InTltatlon to attend Uta it w u Mtnounoe I uid th' tha atlblli ichool inrati in i .i '1'i'Xafl in il M.iNi'ti-i :irv oxiioi ti'il in aanition inuraiom rrum more dkHani imrt ol tm country, oloat and definite eiudj of rural m h'ioi problame 1 1 ' be takatj up dnrtriK tha oonfei'anca ah oounly ra perl n tendon td of achoola H Oklahoma wefi -om a lettfi by iin atata nipenntendenl to 'ioy urgtna tneen attoml the con ference, Kepreeentatlvea of all the Hint" normal achoobj will be in. enl Rehoota i:i be oioaad In Mttcoln county durtna the dayw m H'.. confarvnee o. W Uaaa, count) pupertntendeni lias announced, i'hf commercial cltre of Chandler alraadi aoi opted 1 meal int. haa In of of t i,i and -i ih i to l he on I .nun. I- lor I' lil(i, I'ovi'.v ,'rr. March Tha federal noeioffira daportmani unn loaod a leaan- her with ayndlcata ii iti rtlna aa tnietee, fur a l6year laul on the fiiM fimir of the i i M temnla r .' i..r i poatofflrn ituaftara, ti i cui,ed lune i Tm bulldknaj i t i i x , 1 1 feet, Poalal ini--. neaa her. h.n far outgrown lha prai an! luaJrtara Aprdtciitiiii I baon made to be declarog i flral rloaa of. . ,n vlatnr in. in i all KM BHHIDK t'nl Mian h I ii,'ui. li lytnond IV IVaraon. i i rnttad s .. '. .. i n i . v i it. it- a aa killed it Mai ch field n r hare i o iliy when hla ,.'i.;..m.' went Into tan apiri too near (he ground to re cover. Lleulrnnnl I'earaon hud i n flying hi i l n .nil .ew-m ii Ull WorW VV'ir! UTA, Kn., Mnn h A. H. V of ;iv nokrt, I k!iu. n ptOAMr s.rtti i "i thai piirt of tho H'Ht', r. irwalfatfai ; ttp best pairing . rop ifjirMli of Woottl mty will pro . . v r frequently W K't Wt Op u -.-.is. .ii."" pjaid Mr, Kox. "Thi i ii staple i tup which makoft a fltlfl d?d for i." kinds of ttOOk, and it 1m . t.MK crop which ius wellt pvi ralllnc wi find that Fariheiifl add nj i" the alfalfe reoae M.dii tor Rnlltitigt uirl, rffc:NUVWTTA, March A mail i itx hhl nunc Uii "HaUiwln," hut who registered al :i looal eootnlngl i iue under tho name nf J. A. Mr- 1 atlllan, and connected with n tfavct I ir in iminy vnv . waa erreated at it requeai oi Oketnah atfttiorlUea enticing i young vomtin front Mfci mah. DR. ALLISON H.iiirF 9 o. m. to I p. in 14 : East Third Street i cli'iiliiini' Okjikc 9373 ft rhey Are aV Here Spring Suits thai arc nifty, well tail ored and conserva tively priced, if you admire style thai carries quality and Service then thos" new suits are just what you are look inj; for. OLJV1 ES I othes Shop 223 S. Main St. L. I Is Your Size Here? We have selected from our stock about 200 pair of shoes, two and three pair of a style. If your size is among them the price is $5, $6 and $7 These shoes are all standard makes, wonderful values and will not last long at these prices. Wright Clothing Company The Home of Hart Schaffnvr & Marx PICKERING'S MMiipla atitam Hiialari For Saturday ggan lala mi iiw olebantdl 'Monarch Hosiery' 1 Lad lea' All s.ik Hoee. 11.41 and If.Tl numbera, No w.i i Tea $2.00 bliicl white, .v Jn 1 !) Ladlee' Bool Hi'k (I'MtW . . . . 95c Lad lee' Rllk I.lal Huae, ahapad 75c Ladiae1 silk Llata ii btaok "i whit, Lad lea' irnini Llale Hoae (i5c 45c Mieeea' end Girls' fin Ribbed 69c Hoae, I ii.iIih 95c i ;i :i lid Tout he' extfi ii Hchool ;u. vatu 3 pain tor . . . . Men'i siiu sox n colors, t pain lletvi verv beel : eorth to j palre for 95c $1.85 $105 TWO-EYELF.T KID PUMP Special Saturday only $5.00 Robinson Bldg, KM'ONIl I .iin ii MH HTAIJtM till I LI Viol! To Cure A Cold la One Day Take "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets" Be sure you rl the Genuine IKik for this signature oq t he box 30c Hearst's Magazine a Liberal Education! m P I III MASTEI i i M N lit ...' LWi Htm ,tfa. iv f THE M ASTER OF MAN Hi tUU Hunt' I to- Mj'.h THE M WI c ?i Mniir:.t I rv, I Iff..- k Mu-,i a, DEAL IN nrit'M fit ,Ndff." titat ' 'r Mst.h I BDUCATK AN INDIAN At ITa M Htm I'ltt Mr,i THI FIN M, ACHII RMBNT Hi Mmvu Mutt" !in. I Htmii'i nr M-,i 1 pfSRaBP The Master of Man Hy Sir Hull CfdinOi K. B. E. IOK four yfHtfl Hull Caint'l pen lias btMl luid aside, whilo he hM di'Nnird MmMll to Ihfl Mrvio of liia country. For (our jraare) hundreds of t'i. n..i . ol readers liuve wuitcii im patiently for a iK W novel from tin- autlmr of " I lie Manxman," "The Deeoitter," and " I he Woman Thou (ravest Me." Now comes this lonrf aweited ator . 'The Master of Man" Hull Caine at his beal the one ,ii literary lundimirk of 1920 bafjini In llrurtt'i for JMarcfc Why Men Dislike Their Wives AS Assistant District Attorney of king County that is to . say Brooklyn Mlai Helen P. M oGonniok hK Uateaed (o the plaints of nu less than five thousiind linhuppily married couples, rron tins Intimate experience with domestic discord she lias learned many of the fundumeiitul causes under I) ing marital unhappinetl, And she has come to the conchisiou that the wife in the chief offender I HAy? Head "Why Men Dislike Their Wives." In for Mai da (van the Dead Pursue the Living? A PAMOl IS French actress once refused the advances of a M fount Breton lllitor who died two years later with men aces against her on his lips. I' or two years after his death ha vwii Kuhjeeted to persecution which took the form of loud cries and other terrifying noises, plainly heard by others in her company . Head "A Cottaftc in Hampshire, " a true (host story, b Sir Arthur Cones Doyle leflaarati for Man h Short Work Long Job! a 1 ' )l seven months, W hitinit Williams, Director of Personnel I ol a great steel company, labored under an alias, as the buddy of his foreign-horn friend Anton, or Fietroor Stcphano. He slept with him in the same In I and worked beside him in the mines and factories, to learn from him al first hand, the real causes of OUT industrial unrest. "What is the most important ruth von learned?" he was asked. You will find his answer a most remarkable one In faOMf'l for March Bernard Shaw and the Gloomy Dean ni I.IAM RALPH INGB, Dean of St. Penis, no doubt had Iteruard Shaw in mind when he asserted that religious teachers today ure to be looked for outside the church. Vet, in spite if ins liberal religious views, there is in all Fngland no more scathing opponent of Shaw's socialism. Shaw IttSoks with characteristic satire the somewhat rcaetiouaiy views of " I tie Gloomy Dean" on many of the great economic and social problems of the day In ftWrst'l for Hank IV OU arc not interested in a magazine a good deal beyond the ordinary if you don't particularly care for a magazine that w ill make yon think you won't want I Icarst's this month or any other. BUT if you want the works of the world's great writers the words of the world's real leaders the thoughts of the world's great thinkers ; don't fail to make sure eaeh month starling to-day with March of your regular copy of A Magazine witLa Mission , mi n.-- suwada I I I.- M Ws O. I)itrlluuir si. Isj il