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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY. MARCH 15, 1920 SCHUMANN HEINK IS TULSA VISITOR Famous Singer and Tarty Have Quirt Sunday At Movies IS PLEASED WITH CITY Mitilitnic Will Sin.T In Oiir Haii Tontfhl Aft.T am All Pay retterd" Mjw1a.ni Krnaatlna f- huinHTin TTelnk nrrtvi d yneterdnv n.iirniiiB. anvmirauih-d .v MBJ NiM WalOtlSI imi Mm ICAherlBi Hoffmann "faa party M stopping it Betal Tain Madame hag bttH doing I iinni n I of tritwIiMK I'"" paai I" dai Blld M MMU "l i1'1' a1" '""""'"'I I" P' "d 8'inl,i m pJ PM ' relaiAtl'Mi from all VggtaaBB MM M h BBOdBdl MM nwt. Win wn found In Um hi'1' 1 at any Jtna dirrtmr Hie day or BUN MnbNK bbsbpI lag iMakaaa nd dinner. W In re MM BtlBl tl mnv bs rt n r to tiwfint iimi aoukbarn alifornta I" her home nml Unit the nlr In that 'iriniiv i ladsn with movie w run The ureal hiiik'T la of llw DM ardent mm vi. fans. Bhs nseBr wm? to tiro of thn Hgla and Blwayi from In two or Hire In an sf'oi wioii MM tNM BTth BHlMlhg Wd I rawly to K HKlllll. eatardny airr rmn, sh OgOUplad frolll wal Bi inn of the popular thSBtBfS and whnn It BlUsunnnad lha BUdl tnrn that Miuliiruo H humeim-Holl k wni In tho IBWBB i ttlB BlinounOBmBOl wan Ktven eueh an ovnth.n, HmM mhiiiiii hh funnel u make snarl tPPaofa from her M 1,1 "I Alwuyn Uka lo -imo l T'ihm ." she m I yrsicd.n - wonder ir yon Tulaan know wlmt a WOnder fill cliy you have Thi n' t leanici M"u to ho foiin.1 hire v iln Htrancia wiihin your gates ihM thay do nol find am Kin rn els. ' When BsBod about I'Ynnk la IVitko. wlio usually iil.iva for her, Mn.la.mc enal lh.it wtx'ii ah oa ta-k,u 111 with pneumonia In fu.li fornln anoul three or four months ao. Mi Lai I nri' ti"k n vai-mmn anil ratUI had to Raw rk noil Jiint a day or two ari.-r hi! ratlim ' tin' friitropoll.i hr nlippfil and ft-ll on tho aMawalk and broka Ma wiint, whh-ti la now rapidly Impfovtof Maitnrnii will ninNU In SOBoaH ioi.ij.hi in OoDVtntioa haJL PASTORS EXPRESS VIEWS ON ELECTION CO NT I Nli',l KHrM lAOK ONR Anil Lhe OtJlMH Who tunning tot offlno on Hie Niimo 1I Ki i If tho K(01 IHMipIn of Hip city wilt fllmftHfM their duty mw .tH iltt.ciiK, thrc In no qtiftlmi ax tO the ottl coma of tin election but If you piny iiw;iv from the h1n niol ftJlOtJV th (lenlenn of rlc fttld crime to flood OUT bill lot f-o!M With Unholy MMiI Mfflflnh V04M, nnd many of them till fairly m c tired, It will Ih Up to fOU to how our he, id w It ti Nh.uiic, and rndurn wlthont mtit-mur the fl;iuut tnir of vlcp and every evil Ihtnir In thin city. If you do not voto, and thn thiibtM which InferH the WttlttM, hi Jn'k on. and h.u lit and bool liKKcrn f Ian nt theniHel vea u (ion ymi, rount youraelf eitially icultty with them, nnd romplntn R01 The f . rm i I Miiid "KleMHc.i In the ONE WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE Of Intereit to Expectant Mother. (ioahari, Ind. "I took I.ydia K. Pinkham's VeKetablr Compound with Booil rcmiltH uf tcr T had RBHH for otnp timo with fenialf trouiilo. OtM yt'arn oro I had twin buyn anil took your VgB tabid Compound lM"fore thy ramo a I bo befora my four yoar old boy was tiorn, and HftprwardR, and think it tino for Buch rane. 1 toll ottMM what vt did for me and you may publish my tratimomal. Mm. Cko. A. I'OOS, 711 S. S)th SL, (ioahen, Indiana. Tha axpericr.rc of Motherhood in a tryinK one to moat women and marks distinctly an epoch in their lives. Not one woman in a hundred is prepared or understands bow to properly care for herself. Kverv woman at this time Bhould rely ppofl Lydia B Pinkham's Vefretable Com pound, a Boat valua))le tonic anil ;n vnjorator of tbe female orvranbon. In many homes once childless there re now children lorause of tlie fact tlmt I.ydia K I'inkiiam'a Ve(?-Uble Compound maken woman normal, healthy and strotiK and tiiia gjood old fashioned root and herb remedy con tains no narcotics or harmful drugs. NATIVE KRBS TABLETS If T"u fttl nt of s-srln rin down rr "all f mm offr i icrlio- . or u ton ar ChiN ITIPA1XD, or jur LtVKl U ut of or d-.r iakg Biilss KATlVai Hl Kl TAB IdJSTfc. You will Kvt up nail morning I aal lag Trrv ma Miter. Kaali Ik yn tain a fil'AKANTKK ami lk noalrd rlth a b'ur aaal bearing ncuaiorf of AUN KO O. H aUM r'vr Va by all . - ? rl r i, r it) boia rouUiiunx .'00 doars for $1 00 and a miaJIrr ain for 1.60. fcfadt for t 00 aud a ftmallar aiao for $ '.o kUM CO., WAHII , D, 0.- Adi. ' sr t- -t 1 hark arilltoul qtioatlnn ,Ci ii Ml M r lr fail, tit tha I . r,i t ,,,, tlt ,r III H (. r KM) '.KM A, l(IMiHI(M TIT K I t U. nr oth-T tlchin Hkln fiif-i-HB-1. Trj m ;s -cfiu i.t. i man who w.tiwth nol In 1 1 - roun4l of the uiiKoftU not ftind ih in t)M av of MnflVfl Mir fi'tcth in tf M ft t nf m-nr nc 1 1 Ltl out ilogAMi from hH tlw foflU hf. "in, with Iht IMttla' "Hop Kin for Mayor' tft our ba'il'' CH riiurr pmoniiTTicRiAN fiimwrii n w. Ki a i The ptmtor cf tiw NnM Prdatry ictui,, d,ur.ii to Hit Kiinday moln ink NFVftW MfffSd bin MIttpla ' '" e ire nnd vote In the iiifnnrv H tion fro Tii'-nday Itevi-rend h'ir nn id thut noiity a RI0 for OOd fOVtrll meat In our city h.td been ot f tlx MUM br-cau the i luiroh pvoptl nnd EhffM who believed In 0DOr1 r irtiineTii did not ito In the pf marl! 'I he who nn- Hirnlnrt MkW mfcrrr.rrnanl ar- alwaya iran1 lei trin fOOd pOOplOi " " "nd women, pr'dimlnatf In Ulfl prl marli-H Uiln year. It nutf and OBJM MVttf virtc fol H1fl w h t'loo' f'rr ef flolool jerxb' nnd inw nforoawnfit UtH tin vole for a larK"r HfHItf Mid leaner Tulu lot im hnvt. ax our logiin "To make lHiteW aaft . c in which to rM our !' nnd girl If ynu d0 roil know Ul - .1 ml h H l - rrrforoi yuuim if bv aal ln ootnn ?e In vibtun pOU confidence PtfMrT M K CMITRCH (J, W. Abel rrlmrln fOU bev board m ni.ut HmM and mram thla rnlnn I am urvtoff ei ymi tn-jt dttlj or vood ell iMndbJp ThoTO miKhf to h a law OOmpoM Inaj rvepv rUrlon U wile Aa It '. tha lav atrMUflg OOOpli nre pOOf voicra, wMlo the laWloN and crimi nal tlomoni k'"'ni rotori Next Tueadii every amldci. bOO leKiter, pnpprlOlOTO of foiutn and bi ot bela Will be at the polld, Wblb I liouaaoda of 1 00 bet ler cloAV 0 tUai no wlil volt with by ota) iiiK ot be. mi nml not voting- at all Th nijoriiv of pOOpli in IhM city are w 0M aide of good OOV' ortimmit. tmt them H only Ollt wav utiili-r th OJU n lO v W9, M th.it it will nnunt and lhat la by vol inn That la thv OQlp wiiv food " can br OMPtod Id Offldl and the only way la kodp til Off! pOjod after t hev PO lorjlad, No fity official rlaeH hlafher than tha crowd (hit puie linn to - f f We wfiot it fOOd I bun Oily, with OfflOOfO competent ii (five a BOOd boaitieaa ad mtti Ifi'r at ton , the OilNMtl hip of Tumm dooorvoi it, mil no man c.tn d0 'hia itttil OOOOpI the UppOlM tif Ihn thuK e0 toent r the oltj So I have ill i iTKent Ion for von (and I would trny II If mv own brothor wod t.ha ono tny nupjoirtlon amoild dOfOBt) ft on t vote tor R man in the eotnlriK OaOOtton for whom the 'rlminal eb'ttoMif. of the city in hoont In a. r- BOSTON kVWHVX M I CHURCH ' iriMiia s Borton ) I um fully BOfOUddod tho I one of the ittwtt laeka iif our modern civ IHoodon la the iliairh of lutereat in the forming am! dlrOOtlOfl of fOl nun on u Thoi tour whole poopu nted a revival of lltlM Nat red dul v rook without i To examine the T.i n vole oOOl In can- own Oily In oUf municipal elecltona, la to convince the moat okOp&OOj. Thla next wc K W are ealled on to to the poiln Hod ka) bv our ramliir vvno Mtuiil tunc the ehnrK'1 nnd dlnw Hon Of the txtt eminent of our T.'i.iOO pooplo, men women anil children. In our OttV Of fjtiff) affulra of buaVUlOOO, mOl ill otc. Thene an.ci ed iiitettH are, by the ballot, oommlltod i" rnoii who roprooonl 'i" Nol lo vote ta Hthr lo , afiiin Of nOflOt ' our r ponntblllly 'i be linoo oro cloooli drown Ifl Ih olooiion ihte wooli whom do rti want lo i 'in our .t ' Are you OotM frod wllh oil opop town n town 01 KarnhltrtK hOUOOOi 00d 'bOOil olntl with ail UlOlf 01 BOdonl eviln ' If nol, li pOUl t red fraro hine lORl the pOjpyi i nmofll OOl of their hand ami phM I I' in tha RandO "! fflOn whom yotj hrllove Will tflOOhOff thui am red t ' j 1 1 i h 1 1 1 1 y Thy uri be found' men have btOfl drafted to aiiow then nomod poi on tht bnl lot ir do thla work. It rvery I ami woman Riond 11 hl plOrO, and lbs vot. .c i . nrnoni wot w nt, nib em, i jot i a pOOd )"i it admin. a ta tioi, Nol in 00 thin ih to fun Hod Rl tthlii cfin at lima Romombor nt th primofi t 'he puree whofo UiU mot lei (a largely iletirmineu i v.u ate dOObtflll ahoul whom lo OVIppOfl ooiiouti Rwmoom Id whom pwn bntR . onfldom r I HtfT MHISTIAN ttUBCM i RtOOdt I hit! QOOd govet nt w mUOl have. OHM "11 out mm I luiHrna rR In dan iter I am uoltofObly OppodOd to aov profTrom which prwctlcod durinp? tht ween In ataie and mm i Ipol go . o monto, itndo to nouirwllit ihg work of tho I hurch ami RMlht) II a Joke Yaw, we nerd a ban Oltj more Lban .i i 1 1 ft one. Wr XHD I ' It HiHM Y T I) It I A N i Wilkirw 11 Murphv. dr. I i am noirrlneod thol Tuloi noiror h.iti be foi it a nuifi momoniom HNniR than the tlOOttnn Of Oil offi i a In WhlOh R to l ,i k I pi. tea licK ' Tueada TtSlkM la WlttlOlll dOllb the magic eliy" of I morion in lln v aat rooournon for wonlthi Lot m make Tu laa knnwii a a Hie "ihjmi eltv" not unlv bOOnUOS Of i lm WOOlth, bill bnonilM of Ha riahteounneK-w The POOPlO of TUHM w ho bOllPTR In horn no in afftv nnd oaourlty who believe In law Vnfoi i ineitt nnd de cenc v , who believe in u clean eight eo ua city nhould tninport men for OOTtOOf Whom they know Will give ua an adm In Inl ra I ion that aland fOI theao thing The riaOii man in bo riee ud if the otoon ' oi fonrlnn pooplo of TuIrr wiii no to the no 111 nnd vote There are mora RTOOd people, In TtllOn than there are had people HI ud v t he e.i ndbhi te and vote for the mnn thai von know wilt do w hat he pfOmtnOR tO dn, v i MM ,i : v n t m i i tv CHtTRCfl fW. C 'lock The hi vior M.iid rondor to Cndonf the thlnga that are Cn00nf0. ThR i "h rHt tan t hi' re fore hdl 'lilt V to perform In the e it tit i it g elect lo n oder to Intciligentlv vote ho Will need the WtodOWl of a ferpant an ft iit' hnrmlnoRnonn of i dove, n ' re eed the light from everv ax .1 il able bOMfOO. he will follow It regard leaa of whete It mav lead htm for b known that In mo doing he will hnt. ten the dav in which rlaThtOOURfW will cover t he eart h aa the w ;t 1 1 cover the aea. V B0LCT MBTHODIHT CHURCH (COU3RBD) f if T. I J oh noon Tho nrlmarv e lei-1 Ion. whin the nolltirol portloR mlnci enndldnlti foi 1 hi rnrtouo olti off pen win no TllOOdOV IhlR WOOl The grave moral HMtUd of thll 'aiona.an RMUld rompOl not onlv everv h rial Ian but . ....-.. ...... 1 aa k. . It ""I" NlfHI noil it'll' "M 1 n no? a Oiriatniri to VOtl Trll ie are two dOI mtlfl tp-katn IH 'lie field p,th have Lhn not. of good pROpjR Hut ihepa la thin difference Kvrrv bOOtlOffffOr gam bloi nnd lowd poroon In Tuiaa in RUp porting the lluhl.ard ticket WhllR the Mopi-inn tbket hnn the Inilppoi ' ,,r thoflfl people who aland I for HlgflROl morala and OlOOfl aTov- Ornmen! If thorn aro ne&roea who ran not torfcl the imwionn ndminiR- 1 1 1 .1 ' ton and, therefore have rel- ioroa finmocrniR and poi want Tutnt 10 rurnlnh a Potior environment for the roar Inf Of children and .1 Letter plot r in who-h to Hvo thorn Ml vn Ihl bignal thing; to d'i Ifl tO vote for Mopk inn ThO ropWOllOOM have, a nurnher of andi lateit bill only one t. KM Hj rOr it t have been able to leain 'bey nil ntand f'ir wttdt ifl htehoof nnd heat In municipal government -vnovrnr 1-1 nominntnd, if ele. w'lll gi ijh a bottO Till 1 I r intra l .m.-w m a into M per pool of TulRfl negrooM art Rill in ra pub linn rantu Thm in rj II PhOUld be While the prh t I Lincoln ha gtlevou dv har knlblder II PlMlWfl marked rugni ,,f ponllnnri nd it pollticallv. our innplratpm nnd hofio DR. ALLISON 11. huh a. m to 0 p. m. MV2 East Third Street 'telephone Osae 0373 BLISS- 1 1 u.h I I'ollthvil X. i. 1 11-. in. in i HOPKINS For Spavinaw Water Don't be deceived! C. P. Hopkins was one of the original boosters for a better water system for Tulsa. He was for the water bonds when they were voted and he now stands for an honest and efficient expenditure of that money for the exact purpose for which it was voted. The men Who opposed the water bonds and are now supporting Mr, Hopkins are entirely consistent. They were not against a first-class pure water system but were against turn ing over that much of the taxpayers' money to the Hubbard atlministra t Ion. They doubted both his intentions and his ability and now that they have the opportunity to support a man whose very name inspires the fullest confidence of every man who is familiar with his personal charac ter and business qualifications, they are in full accord with the bond issue. If you, Mr. Voter, are for Spavi naw water and want dollar for dollar value on the money spent for it, your best interests will be served by the election of C. F. Hopkins. Ic.l p W. C. 7. U. WORKERS MEET lo Maraa Nbi iivt-i.o,. ,, ,,., marni mj lmblema Sin h iHiiiin ni . hi,, hi ,ilv ,ro,, lams in nie olvlc responsibility of womankind, the teaching of mi hi lane in the puhlle chools, ami nie jfom ot ihi Mata ,,! IndtiBttial Imnie will ba dlaeua I nt th in monthly meninK or ihe city fedrr inert v ( T I! In the (irnce t R church, rourth and Trenton, bi 10 oeim-K wenneHH.i.v nrternoon. M-ih 17 All w. C. T IT ,.. n tni city ami nil interested la tha atort of Hie orKimlntlon an. nnceil in atiemi he nieellriR Mn a C Ban era ft, preairtent of the 1 1 v ferti ration. will prnaMe 'luriiit- ihe program, for arhloh Ihe following numbara have baan nr rangt i D mm, KasreUBM Itrv Ttoh en h, Clarke. ItiiNines amnion. Rpeelal musle, RespOINBlVe I h.s Mrs ; K eaHi It inr "Cltlsemhlp" John riogirs Rpacbil muale, Departmantal work- Mr Ulah D I ill III Hll V Dlrls' tadustrlaJ Hona Mm uirh tir.i w Rurlrhan Rex Hygltns Public school taaohari kddraag Mr. i, in R. fVygmnt, Reading Mlaa Jossphlna ilaytnan t'lirlllR the uncial hour Bl the etOBB or um program, motnbora of the ...iai Btda W i 0 T V lll ad ii hosteaaea. Tiyd - fiichev Claanarfl for ajtttoli service. Certiir Ailvt Itch Allium Same to ll Printed On Tlckti in Michigan Primary ATLANTA 'ia . Mnn h I I. KnKrne I let, forfner CggdMatB for ir'Mnlerit of the Cnlteil h'lala'. now nn IllfaalB of the KJgltBBl Slate., aanltanllafy here, hna ien his BBgggnl for Ih" use of hia name na a prrnirtcnliitl DaBdtdBtl In Ihe Mi'-hlgan tuimiry BOBOrd' injr lo a Klnlement niarte tontifM b I'rnl II RailBM, warden ot lln . inlnon Zerhat aia ert thai a rti ! Rniion of Michigan Baclalatta Hs Mad liha al Ihe prison lag) week unrt olifalneil h a mnaent to tha line of hia nimio aa a Candidate In Ihe Mlihlunn prim. lent. al primary. MUCH PAVING IN PROGRESS riant Rot fid KPOtffflfll Ul I a ilu.nt 1 0 mux of i iti.oun Y MOM A.pprotimntnly i l,MI yard f i paving in Tulna h.'u been let to con j trictorw and la pnrtlallv under nun Oiructlon. About 60 000 vardrv Ml ready to lot or h.ia been adverlaed j lo Inf. hut rntuuina rondv for the pontf ndtOf to accept. Tin t o are only two atreat eontrnc'ing flrma In f thin ettv now doing work. A plant 14 under eonatructlnn which will InorOOOfl the rata of p.t pig pei day from cmi than .itMj v.tt-'e to mom chnn s.oon ynrdn Bui nvin O 'hero aro now 191000 oqunrR rnrdi of ntrootn nnd nlloyn which were paved during the lant tw-. v cat e A i preten t, ( 50,000 vardn of pnving awali (he rail of ihe 00 n tractor nnd hia men Tieae are th flgurea given out hv CttV Knginecr '. B. Orlggn. BRE1AK INTO Till: PRaVTROtJftE Thrj furry way Infnf C1iUllllflj ami ii' -I I iinrt"lilnp. VINCBNNU, Ifld . March 14. Iturgbna riH-ontly broke Into the RmoJlpOfl POM hotiae at I 'iirtn, near here, and ntolo hed fiirnlahlnga,. be lead.- ami practically nVOfythlfll movable. The hOUOfl had bOOW clOOOd I nhOTf I hue previous to the fob bery and the furnialilnga were to hOVO been dOdtPOgfOd to prey en t t he profljd of the mfooUoun tHnonot lormo. ii is fonfod tho ntolon nrHdon may be d lOpOOOd nf to pOTOOlin who htive no IdOfl of the danger lo whp h they will he exposed GOVERNOR HAS TWO CALLS KpunttR to Ml l hibrm n in itv al Noon anil m i.im -I at ItamgiMd. I iovertior J R, A RobOliOOn will I f II two ap'-aklni; engam menta Tulna today He wUI aiMrrnn the Klwnfita ciub at the noondof lunofi i con. to whldfi the momborfl r nil oiner civic orgamzai lona are invucn j The governor will be tho gueatt of i;. m MoPnriln, Omni it. MoCul-l lough, T .1. llartman and V, P, lln -well at a bnnouol In the prlvnta din , it i' room of the Htde) Toiff.i at fi.;;f I O'clock Monday evening Thm if i fair will he oyer in ttnii J attending to h- ar the OOffl for thoon rrl at con ' nt hi CHEST CLOGGED UP WITH HEAVY COLD? DonM give it a chance to "set In" uee Dr, King's New Discovery mviiat danfferoufl fltRgi n horn a I oold or cough or ine of i p might gM the better of you may he nearer than you think, j Prom pi artion with Dr. King's New j Idacnvery will OVtri a long nlego. Kor to yonrn it hu loootnod con- geKiad ehontdi dlaalpated tight prick ed phbgm, broken rlClOUfl OOldfl and coughn tllvo It tO the yOttOflWOrfl take It youmnlf, There will bfl no dlnjiflTrennblfl nftor-i ffoctfl COe. and 1.K a botUo Al 0.r drujrg t'R Bowels Become Normal litOr livclia iji, bile flow a freely - I headache, blllouinonfl, tongu'.fur. I tomnohooumooa, dlonpnnfl r whon Dr King a New Llffl P II Ifl get in 1 their natural. comfoftoblo notion. ibirgativea, nfltor plononntly ror rei live, flomotlmofl hnblt-foi mlng. Inhould not it., taki n to rack the gyH- I tm, vlolentJv Nature's way ta the 1 way of Pr. King New Llffl PUIn j genMy hut firmly funrtionlng the Ihrwela, eUnilnafing the Inteattne ! clogging WnOafltO, and promoting the ! nmat gratifying; tooultfl Ctonnflo the I nyotom nrlth tnom and know the boon of legulat POWOln. 5C, al it , driy ; gl-ft. Advt. il'nlil rolhlml MfgffJggosgM) B. F. "Frank Ingraham Candidate for Mayor The abova named the i nure "pii" oampalgn ooramlttaai al- n.iM in BBBBton either In Ihe office or on ihe street, and when I sated mBjror will al all nines be on duly.. i.ook over the platforms in aundaj papsrs. None of Uiam tlgnsd just campaign dope wrlttaa i ih oommlttsss or prass agsntg to OBIch voIih Notice how solicitous they urn of the welfare of Ksndall and i I Till'.. Just at Ihla time. prom slSS and Btadgag on ihe STB of election In olden times captured n fan rotes, I le today do more thinking for ihcni- BBIVea and StBCC liationnl prohibition Ihe whole nillWn Will NpieJ up iom in eitiitu! bbjgsri broader and bsttsr day h day. V oierF. if mu are really in eamrsi about arantlng an honest city Bdm lnlSt ration so far as UM mayor 1 1 concerned, and want a mayor WhOBB hands BTS not lied to any man or net of men, "not even to a national hank whose caule eye Li on lln- .'i,00.00 bond wrtslM i iii apprsciats your vote. I am not Irvine lo huy this office, fine PBgB Bd ensta llfiO per ISSOS, Whin you see men spending rent sums of money for office It chows there Is aomethinR hack "not explained." Many Bf m.v friends have offered lo eonirlhutc money to my campaign, i have refused lo accept one earn and nil my huis Bre haul wnh mj own check not "traded checks." Can the other candidates -ag an much'.' Hid miii km.y thai I.'11" m the limit allowed hy law to expend for oandldats for mayor? There ts a suit now pending whera a seat in congress is at stake on account nf too much money In the primary.' Henry POrd thinks money was Hi" , tine of his defeat. When people who holler law enforcement, Ihen get out and spend sinh va.it aniounls of money, when IJOO Ul the limit, iuiii wink at the law some dongl you think'.' Meet ine at the primary Tuesday. Guticura Soap A.M OINTMENT ati h r.ir hhlpment or - Mallow Milk Chocolates hy airplane flylnR to Tulna TtiBaday batwasn i- and 1 p, m. KIMixi i, DRUG CO. 10 i .i-a Recond Bt. Hoof. iUn CaL.9n j Vsr f ntmir.' Tt,B . 'ttOf. foam, I avUeasta 0Wsaa LaTgitariBg Dsat X Ha: Un. HEADACHE MM Bad Tor Health m Upsets Nerves aak Go io Drugstore -Try Capudine 0Y DQSt 4MO IN B0TTLC3 - lO'Sa&Oij' (Paid rohllonl Advert ielnK I A Workingman's Home? No, Mr. Hubbard It Is a JOINT! In his ad in the Saturday evening paper, Mr. Hubbard seeks to lead voters to believe that No. 12120 Admiral is "A Workfogman'fl Home." If he will take the pains to call the county at torney's office he will find that it is a notorious joint and that papers have already been pre pared and are now in the county attorney's of fice to be served Monday morning, by which a padlock will be put on the door. The insinuation that decent working men of Tulsa are making such joints as this their home is ;in unjust reflection upon Tulsa workmen. A very small per cent of them are ever seen around houses of that character. They don't belong to that bunch and you can't excuse your joint, nor smother the stench arising from the rottenness of the recent registration by attempting to throw around it the sacred cloak of labor. Vour citation of the election law reads pretty, but that is as thin as the attempt to purify 1220 Admiral. The charges we make in the papers have been also put before the county attorney in affidavit form. He has full authority and ample proof at his command to proceed with criminal prosecution of the guilty at any hour he is ready to move. Read the DeGroff affidavit in this paper. (Paid PollUta! Advert laini ) 4A Business Man for a Business Place' Rv: :, .'am flOal IOOObaw B,m dB mSWW Oaflk LflOflVffl ScrflW ' 'JflLdfl B aSom iiiORORonP'1. KyI'' B 'VlsSfll flom HfllW vSBolflflOM&fcaOM Onflflff jBLsWHjVlMB. - jfjflfl PMWfljMMjORM iflfl)- ESP jKV ? LloV: flflB flflV OflflnaHflnflfla'tw . i asrajyjBjKaM RaOWwoRflfclOflBa'm Vote For Darnell For Commissioner No. 3 H. T. DARNELL A lot of folks each political year like better to tell where they were borrthan to express convictions of belief in principles and to give to the public in clearly understandable words a course of action for involved situations. In other words, they like better to talk harangue than facts. When the public goes to vote it doesn't care much how many children or wives a candidate may have had. As far as can be heard and read, we believe that DARNELL (H .T.) is the only candidate who really has sid anything worthwhile. We have heard a world of favorable comment on Darnell's policies as we have given them to you. He is a business man and he talks business. He doesn't beat around the buch. Consider well what he says.. That is all we ask of the voters, because they then will have Darnell in mind when they vote. DARNELL, you will note, is not a candidate on either democratic slate. He is not a "combination" man. He is a candidate on his own strength and does not have to take the part of a tail to be wagged at the inclination of the head. You know and we know that it does no good to howl your head off be tween municipal elections about this or that thing, and then when the next election day comes to go and vote for men responsible for those conditions or those who are too timid to give to the public their expressions, or those who are unworthy of belief. We know, and we want you to know, that DARNELL is a good, clean man, and one who will be acceptable to the citizenship of Tulsa. He has been sound and sane in all of his utterances on the big questions of municipal af fairs. Frankly, do you believe Tulsa can afford to miss the opportunity of putting a man like him in partial control of its city building and business affairs? And just as frankly do we believe that DARNELL will be nominated over whelmingly for Commissioner No. 3 on the democratic ticket. When folks take stock and find they have nothing to lose and all to gain, they act We believe that is the situation in the present instance. This will be our last appeal to Tulsa in behalf of DARNELL. Anything else would be a repetition of his qualifications with which you have become ac quainted through our advertising. A vote for him is a vote for business ef ficiency, cleanliness and saneness in civic affairs, and wholesomeness in municipal government. We ask you unreservedly to VOTE FOR DARNELL (Contributed by Acquaintances of H. T. Darnell) mi on r rtaa. Ki 1L t, 113 mm Hi Alain.