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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920
UNITE 0N 30TH
Veterans of Three Wars
to Participate in Union
Five Cartons Tobacco
Stolen From M. V. Car
TO PARADE DOWNTOWN
Pat. J. Hurley Will Deliver
Address at Cemetery;
Plans for Legion Meet.
Th AtiK'rtcrm IKlnri, (f .A. K.,
Kp.iriiiih War Vitoriitin unit Cond'il-
i-Hto VcttTBim will utillo In Memorial
prrvlcfd Hiltiilny nfliTiionn xturtlliK t
2:30 o'clock, luvorillriK to lilt lift
nounromMit nintlu IiikI nliiht nt tin
nH'ctltiB of tlio AmiTlcim t'Kln. Tim
roniniltli'O In rlmw of ttm wrvlreH
h.is nrriitiui'il for nil leulon iik'IiiIhth
nnil nicliilK'rK of tlto otlu-r irciiiil.
Hone) to nifi't nt th'1 city Itiill at 2:3"
mid a jiarmli, licnili'il by tin' Hlitlim
tinml. will ttnvcrmi tlm ilowntouii
MroctM retiirtiltiB t" Hi" 'Hy nH.
whcri niitoinolilU'.H will lm In wall
ln to tiiko tluini to ltoio Hill ei'iiie
tcry. Tin- prliii'liml i'XfrrlrM will ln Ih'Ii!
nt thci riintiry. formal military
ihtvIoph ImvliiK lioon iilantifd. 1'. .1.
Hurley linn liceti m'Ciiri'il to ili-llvor
tho iiiftnorlal nddtrHH, It wan an
IIOIIIH'od. HlTVCl'H will tm Ik-IiI lit tlio
I'oniftory to ivolil tlio iifi-i-FMty of
Ki'ttlnir erowtlH at two plucim. It In
i-Mlimaii'd that Ht'Voral thouxaiid l'u
pin will nttvlid.
I'rollliilnary urmiKtmiulitM for tlio
lcKloll Hlllll- COIIVI'llllOII, whloh will
ho hold III Hcptftinlior. worn dlH-
iiFNtil and I'oiiiliiltti-cH will tin np
l.olnU'd In a lew dayti to tnkn cirr
of flnam.'cK. riitortnliitni'iit, IioiihIiik
and Hiii-ti othvr inattirH iih may ro
iinlro attonllon. About 1,000 ilulu
Kitti'H nr oxpoi tnl nt this i-onvimtlon,
InolmilriK hovitiiI lclon men of tin
Atiiioiini't-mont wiih made tlmt Joe
C.irjmn pout now has more than 1,100
member lf Mill In proxrcKH. Morn
nu'inberH Ih Mill In profieHM. More
than 21)0 iiicmherii were nernred dlir
UK the laM throo diiyM of l.mt week
and applications ar bctiu: received
dully, It wan Hinted.
Th U-kIoii nlno voted to adopt u.
French orphnn iih a mrmoot.
Sccotym Banquet Set
for Saturday, June 12
"Betting the) race." wan tho sub
is of a. talk to the Seeotym club
yesterday nor. by C. A. Border. "The
ereaUst problem before tha younf
wan of today in the problem of the
church." ho ealrt. Tlio Becotym club
will hold Ita rejrular Hemlunnual ban
quet on Juno 12. John Rogers will
bo toastmastcr. The place haa not
been decided upon but a Rood feed
and a splondld program are promised.
I Two of thn four men who are al
iened to have broken open merehan
'ill.xe ears In the Midland V.tlley yard
l.ill l.iM iiIkIiI, weir e.ipttird by
ratrnlman t. K, Ituwanl on I'.iel
Thlril Mrrrt near the rnlltn.ul lain'
laM nliihl. A epTlnl officer for the
IVIhi o railroad aeidHted In the ar-rt.
I When taken to poller M.illon In a
touring ear wlilrli I J i e- men were clrh
lm;, It 'n found th.it five i:irt'm
I of tnliarro i.iliied nt nboiil 1135
Mtere In thn iillloinolille. The men
K.ive me nnmrN or l I'. Klrkp.ilrli'K,
a I. ill driver, and John !levey, n
MrllilriK Mldliind Vallev Kullrlimiui
Drwey and K'lrkp.ilrlck were re.
elaed eNtetday ivenlntf on ircount
of hick of evlderire The oilier two
alleged car robberM were not jr.
! BEAUTY CHAT-
, Ml' iMrothir tHnn. (he arir f4inmi
. Ih "inlil evrr for hr l.xulirnl frn-
el'iWin, r "Mir nlil nr etnn rn
, )iv u l.UIIfnl. rn.y hllf .imi.Ul l ,
uliil rrnixilli un-rlnKlf.l hln ii,,. if
'lhy ".III fell..- my , .,,.1 u. ..
lllo, lrni.l toll. I irrikrail(in I u l(
i,.inu. ii uni'Nrin lfilM uHy mmy
to p.y. l,...liitlr tmuril'o an. I ,, j.
lnnHu fffwl III,.. ii ih, m ,,,
t'lli-ailiin rm II" lu iiiro iii r.. V,
i.lliin Inl rl In .lorj. nf l,i,w rjtilr-k 1
ly rjuli l.t.iilir.il fi.ini.ik i,,,,
In Bt.l.rar In IhU liatir. In fl,M ,
scnooii KXiinire shown
IiorRmt and Stout Coinpnlton.ilvo In
niatory of City, Kaya KtuoUr
JarBo crowds thronso'd Convention
hall lat jtluht, which wa the flrat
anlfiht of tho annual school exhibit.
Tho exhibit thla year is tho largoet
and most vnrlod over shown hero,
according to IS. B. OborholUor, bu
perlntcndcnU of echols.
The high school played a big part
In lost night's program nnd will also
give several Interesting numbers to
night. Following ifl tho progrnm to
night: 1. Ovorture, Magnotta, high
i. (a) Irish Jig, Irving school:
(b) Sailors' hornpipe, Horace Mann
3. iJidy of Shalott (Cantata),
seventh and eighth grade chorus;
solo parts by Miss Claire Dlddlson.
4. Dumbells, Htvorvlow uchool.
5. Class dancing, high school.
8. (a) Summer, Chamlnado; (b)
Gypsy band, nilns.
It's Easy To
Put on Flesh
All you have to do It you Mrs too thin
and wunt to put on lavera! pounds of
olid "Uythcro" flrah l to tak A five
train tablet of Illood.lron l'hoipbato with
each meal. Thla bullda up ths narvoua nya
lim, tnrlchea tho blood and thus enable
the vital oreana to aaalnillata tha flesh
bulldlnCi strenKth.maklnK elements of your
food which now largely to to waste. Folks
who have tried It slate they not only
put on flesh but that It also almost In
variably Increases their strength, enertry
and endurance. You can icet enoUKh
llloodlron tablets ror a three weeks' troat
ment of II. K. Oetman or any other drug
gist for only II. CO and It'a so uniformly
successful that your druKKlst, a man you
know. Is suthorlied to refund your money
If you don't like It. lletter get a paokare
today ana Degin to net stronger and
healthier, as well as better looking. Aim
Really Removes Roots
of Superfluous Hair
(riteJattlne, tho New Wondrr-Worker)
Without doubt the greatest thing- yet
discovered for halr.dlstlgured wpmanklnd
Is the wonderful rhelactlne method. It
has none of the disadvantage of electrol
ysis or depilatories and, best of all, It remove-,
the hairs entire, roots and all 1 It
does this Instantly, leaving the skin so
smooth and soft that no one en tell
the user was ever the possessor of a
moustache or other hulry growth.
i'heUcline Is non-odorous, non.ltrltatlng,
and so harmless a child could eat It
without sny Ill-effect. A slick of this
remarktble substance, accompanied by
simple Instructions, can be obtained at
any drug slure. What woman would not
be delighted after seeing those ugly hairs
come out Including tho roots with her
own eyest Advt.
Uoiv To Dceitroy A Good. DLsoprJtlon.
Had digestion will ruin the best
disposition. If the world looks dark
and blue, if you feel aa if you never
wanted to smile again, Jf you nre
generally "out of sorts" and feel
gloomy, stuffed up, Just take a Foley
catnaruc laoiou iceuevna mean
headaches, blllqusneeH, bloutlng,
sour stomach, constipation and
ofher Ills that follow disordered dl-
gestlon. This fine and wholesomo
ohysto BWeetens the stomach and
Invigorates the liver. Cleanses the
bowels without gripping or nausea.
try It ImUy. yuu
I t' tMUMfUlly mif
TOWN TALK MILLINERY
i..'i.t si r. hit not ium'I'-vsm i:
"SUMMER HATS FOR SUMMER WEAR"
( Entire Mid-Summer Millinery Stock on Sale at
All new fresh stocks in evUry conceivable material, style and color for summer
wear, in thu. finest quality obtainable at the price.
Special for Thursday
From 8:30 n. m. to 2 noon
75 TRIMMED HATS AT $1.00
TOWN TALK MILLINERY
215 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Whether you're furnishing a new home
1 ' re-furnishing the old one
or adding a, few new pieces,
you can t afford to over
look the savings represented.
On everything in our entire stocks with the
exception of the better Wilton Velvet Rugs.
Save 15 to 33 4
Every day's delay means more limited selections.
Three More Big Sale days.
UmtKKam iaii i
THE BASS FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.
Two Dollar Seat
T TOT the evening may be, and lazy. But the New
Edison is always ready, always peppy.
Place it on the front porch, right where the breeze is
coolest, and all of the joy that is in music comes to you.
Every night, the New Edison is your two dollar scat,
-r-at the vaudeville, musical comcdyj opera, wherever
your fancy leads.
The tunes of the moment, and the favorites of all
time, roll forth with a joyousncss that makes everything
fresh and blithe and gay. It makes you feel cooler just
to sit and listen to ,
"The Phonograph with a Soul" .
But, remember, it is only the New Edison that
Re-Creates ill that dwells in music.
10 West Fifth Street
BOSTON SHOE SHOP
320Vz S. MAIN STREET
UPSTAIRS OVER WOOLWORTH'S
STORES IN 51 CITIES
Patent and Gun
Metal Mary Janes
Sizes to 11
Sandals and Play
Sizes to '2
Do you realize
what is possible by
71 store buying?
Doesn't .it .sound
reasonable to you
that we can buy in
and at a price that
enables us to save
you a worth while
amount on every
these prices with
others, then come
to the BOSTON
and save on vour
is given that the
little one s feet are
serves you better
and saves you
Sizes to 5
Sizes to 8
White Canvas Mary
Sizes to 11
Sizes to 2
Elk Skin Scouts
Bold Evcryvjkhore. Adv.