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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1020
ASKS FOR WIDER ; Teddy $ Sister Makes Hit STRLt I S IN CITY in Sneech Seamdina Wood r & .Keal Estfttt Exchange Is i Behind Proposition Before Commission. Widening of Several streets anil avenues In tho downtown Motion nni in 1110 loao-ln rcithknrp sections yfif iwOWlffUlondod, 10 th rlty com mission rosterdag hy tho linprovi trout committee of the Tulsa l;cul !t itO exchange. Ttll rxctiangc ovons the changee advisable boot o 0f Up OVOrltloroOOllUi traffic along tiicBc otrootfi ami th. congestion thai naturally follow, especially In front (.f . lunches ami other public j; u cs Where there la mnrh parking Ptrtl fif the following streets and avenues arc affrc ted Booth Boulder, South Main, South flestofl an. I South Cincinnati avenues an, I Sixth. Heventh, Klghth, Ninth, Truth, Third and Fourth streets. Th nialtrr wns FOf OTTOd to th" city engineer for a report. Cost of Uoh Widening would M home hy property own an along Streets and avenue affected. WOMAN PROVIDES GREATEST THRILL n wii.lmm PHILIP SIMMS COUIBUM, CMICAOO, Juno It. The snappiest, sharpest noinina- lion notch was that of Mr imag las Robinoon, of How York sister of trie line rbco.lorc llnos-vcll "It was due largely to him" she ("aid. 'that thi American bow went to BuropO M efflr.ent fighting ma I chines and nut cannon foddei. I'eo. I pie Ofttn nay to mo thooo last Says jyou want to have Hernial Wood as president boeauM he Is a friend of 'your brother Theodore ROOOOVOII ;Thts In not true I want Wood for I president. "I want Leonard Wood for presi dent not because lie was my bro I tiler's f i lend bU booaUtO he Oral inv brother's type, licncral Wood him ooursga combined with lhat moo) uncommon thing in the world, com mon sense. "We want beyond everything else, a Keif sacrificing man. A man who 0 -s hi the whit.- house must he ready for sacrifice. He must t ike not only the mantle of Itoonevrlt but the mantle of Lincoln. "We want Ihe spirit of Lincoln to Keep Your Blood Pure If You Expect Good Health I follow itii In Ihe grave dav that are before us ' We have a man who Inoka from ! America out, not from Kurope In I "our president mint not he only 0 nationalist. Me must he known throughout Ihe world. Kuril a man Is Leon. n d Wood. "No man need say to mi that If 111 ti.-ia W ood or , I1 had been In the white lOMI there would not lhave boon a pi otest agunst the I inarch of ilirmany through llclgnitn I I "Adniln 1 a of Mr. Wilson say he' had to wait until the psychological mommt to ,.. i thi oountry idmid him. "We do not want a man who walls for the psychologic i mo ments, we want a man who makes It. "There nre three Muds of men The man ulin uses orilv words Ihe I man who serves hy saving to other jmen, 'Oo' and Ihe third who says I to other men ' 'onie,' QonOrgl W ood its the kind of man who OOJTI 'come "And I want Leonard Wood" Prolonged and hearty cheering followed Mrs. Itoblnson's speech. Rich, licit iii... ..i U 1 1 sentlaJ to Your Well Ik lug. Ton can Hot overestimate Ihe im portance of keeplni Iht blood fre. of Imparities Winn you rooilto thai the heart Is constantly pumping this vital fluid to all parts of (he hodv. you ran read Iv see that iitii Impurity In Ihe hloou will OOWM ser ious complications. Any slight disorder or Impurities Is j rource of danger, as evi i y Mia! organ of the hn.lv depends upon thi blood supply to propofl perform its functions Many painful and dangerous dis eases are the direct result of a hid condition of the blood, Among the most mi ions are Itheumatltm, with Its torturing pain; L'ceina, Tetter I ; tlpi las and other disfiguring skin isis. general dobtllty , whloh llllkc-i the stlongcst men helpless. m l many oilier diseases nre the 1 NOl result of impure blood You . .in In a large measure avoid j liability lo disease, hy Ihe use of B. s s , the wonderful blood rimed) that has been In constant use for mora than fifty yens s h h. BtoanOM the MOOd thninughlv. II is sol I i v druggist everywhere t ie valuable lllciatlire and inc. I leal advice absolutely free, wnite I o.l iv t,. Chief Medical Adviser. HOT swift Laboratory, Atlanta, do A.lv t. COMTimfSD PROM PAOI n.VK. lowed all of the thrill that curies wch a pleasing surprise, sho was given an ovation. I chanced to he flitting by a news p...rr man from "Watrrfovvn, Kew York. He fairly trembled with ex citement. "Why Its Mrs. Ilobin !0n," h snld In an agitated voice. I know h.r well and her family. She Is not a public speaker; she hM nOVOf permitted herRelf lo talk in public, it is a shauie to punish her ao." And then there came through the amplifiers, reaching every nook and corner of tho grent hall, not the timid, scared or embarrassed Voice of feminity discharging a duty, hut a feminine voice chvar and distinct, ruining In its earnestness and appeal ami as sure of Itself and the case It epuke for as ever vvaa the voice of thau brother which It WOO referring toVlth elouuent fervor. Tic blood of tho lion Is not ex tinct. And the spirit of the hero brother la speaking again through the Hps of tho aister. Presently the dramatic meaning of the scene - ii to th.' audience, arid cheer and cheer rolls qver It. To he caught up now and again and lashed into a portOOt fury of enthusiasm. Other speeches made today may he recalled. The speech delivered hy a ROOfllVllt will bo remembered. It earrltd all the fire and punch so fa miliar In other times. And when In finishing a dramatic sentence, the speaker stepped firmly to the table in front of her and pounding with line band leaned far forward, look ing earnestly down Into the fares of the upturned delegatea laid, "I am not urging you to accept General V nod because he w.ia my brother's friiei.l. but becauso he is his kind," there was applause that required the services of no rlaquer to atart or of leader to keep it going. The speak er hud scored. And aguln, after plllorlng the man In the white house and excoriating his maladministration in tones .of scutning scorn, aho finished a splen did speech with the epigram, "We arc the, l of a Wader who awaits the phvcholuglcal moment. What wl now want is a leader who will make the phycholOgtoaJ moment." , And I aald to the man from Watortown who was troubled through fear that the inexperience of his friend would result In a lainful experience for her. "If She Is an inexperienced public speaker this morning (iod help tho cause she assails when she shall have ac quired experience." In hrr speech was the challeng ing note of the wolf pack, tho trum pet tall of the bull moose. was u tired mid impatient frown that treke.l its way Into the eollseum this morning. Yet there Wis i cheer of joy, for It wan known COMING TO Tulsa, Okko . The Physician on Chronic Dis eases Will Visit Our City Monday, June 14 And WilJ Be at the Waverly Hotel Until 4 p.m. One Day Only Dr. Potterf, of 3108 Gar fiod Ave., Kansas City, Mo., wo has treated thousands of patients with electricity and medicine, will give consulta tion and examination FREE. All parties taking advantage of this offer are requested to state to their friends the re sult of the treatment. Treats DEAFNESS by an entirely new process. Treats catarrh, throat and lung disease, eye and ear, sto mach, liver and kidneys, pravel, rheumatism, paraly sis, neuralgia, nervous and neart disease, epilepsy, Wright's disease, diseases of the bladder, blood, skin, goi ter, stammering and asthma. files and rupture, without defention from business. Office hour, 9 a. m. Monday, June 14, at the Waverly Hotel, Tulsa, Oklahoma th it ut last Ihe nominations wi re o be made which brought the end of Ihe .-.invention sight. And what the crowd wanl.4 more than anything rise Is the end of the con VontlOfl and home. The psychology of a convention crowd Is Interfiling, Men strain l.eaven and earth to gain the dis tinction or roprooantlni th. ir dis- Irnt or state In these quadrennial affairs In an official capacity. Kor a few days they enjoy In the spirit of the occasion with an tin- abandon of children out of school. I'm ;.n i ently the experience, the milling and fonferrlng palli on them. Thiy tire i f the reports and mui h Rtoro of the Influences they arc forced to yield to, and an It Is that thi last days of every convention find th" great rank and file longing, long ing fur adjournment ami tin. return to their own After the- invocation thlH morning, which wmi tin first delivered in the form of prayer, extemporeneously and with bowed head, the others having been road while the audience gawked, the fl-at official act of the convention before settling It.sclf to the talk of nominating a presiden tial candidate Oag to unanimously adopt a resolution offered by Mr. Mooro of Pennsylvania, extolling the virtues of the late Colonel Theodore RoOBOValt and paying tribute to his memory. After Iteprescnttave Kodenhurg. of Illinois, had eloquently presented the namn of Governor Lowden, it became evident that the puriowe was to prolong Ihe Lowden demon lt ration longer than that given to ' lepers i Wood Whether of not this was accomplished I do not know for i gave up trying to hold time. Just as the Wood demonstration degen erated Into a mechanical perform ance after the first ten minutes so the Lowden demonstration tooh on the same aspect it; a very few mo ments, nnd tired people took occa sion to retire for a smoke or a drink'" Miss tXftney, the 11-year-old daughter of u O. Disney of Musko gee, was si-en balanced on the shoulders of some of th. delegation, lending plcluresqiienens to the seen., and some favorable publicity for ihe Oklahoma dologa Hon The in mlOatlng speech of Senator ilohnsnn hy Whebr of California was a dismal affair. The audience and delegates nl ke schooled them selves to hoar with respect. Hut when the Speech lengthened Into a longer period of time than that ne COfded till the other speeches to gether and the speaker became vituperative against all other candi dates, the crowd became truculent and It spat and hissed and heckled There ere no nominations as I write this, hut I am convinced that if the California senator ever had a i hanoe that chance was dispelled l y the man who placed him In noi.i Inntlott. The constant play on the Inference that there is but one pure man In the republican patty has at last reacted. The question on everybody's Hps was "Where la Borah?" it is Impossible to under" Ktancl why to htm wis not given the task of presenting Johnson's name to the nation. HOW ATLANTA WOMAN PROFITED BY ADVICE OF HER SON-IN-LAW I Mrs. House Had Give Up All Hope Of Getting Well When He Got Her To Try Tanlac. WORRIED ABOUT HER WRETCHED HEALTH "Tanlac Helped Me When All Else Had Failed And I Am Now As Well As Ever," She Declares. "I had Just about given up a" hope of ever getting well, when one day my son-in-law came home from work and said, "Mother, why don't, you try Tanlac," I did so and now I am feeling as well as ever I did In my life, said Mrs. L. A House, 480 Kim si , Atlanta. ia. "For over two years, "she con tinued, "I had suffered l"i Indi gestion and rny Stomach WSJ In a very bad stale. Everything 1 ate ! disagreed with me, and formed gas that caused by heart to palpitate till It felt as though It would Jump out of my side. I got Into a terrible nervous condition, the least little i thing would make me Jump and - OVen the rustling of a newspaper would worry me I couldn't sleep at nights, and would get 'up In Ihe mornings feeling more tired than when 1 went to bed the night he force, l had mi appetite and never felt the least bit hungry and was getting weaker all the time. I had tried aimoat every kind Of medietas 1 1 could think of without getting any i relief, and I sure was worried about 'my condition. "The reason my son-in-law ad vised me to try Tanlac was because he had heard so much about Tanlac 1 helping troubles like mine. 1 am thankful I a'-ted on his advice, fur 'now after taking one bottle I am 1 feeling just fine . My stomach doesn't I bother me any more, and can eat jjust anything 1 want ami never have trouble from gas or palpitation of the h.art. My nervousness is all 'gone, I aleep like a child all night, and net up In the morning feeling rested and full of life. I think Tan lac Is a grand medicine. It helped me when everything else failed, and I strongly recommend it to every one who suffer as I did." Tanlac Is sold In Tulsa exclusively by the Quaker and l'uritan Drug Co. 'EURALGIA a I EASED AT ONCE BY THE OLD RELIABLE REMEDY E DEPENDABLE ABSOLUTELY APUDINE its liquid - Quicn.er r ecT . Girls! Have the Long Beautiful Hair that is Rightfully Yours. SnJ to rnfl in itampm or coin for tamott of Nmujhro' cid nnd boakltt on ' ' Tht Cam of Iht .'air''. j Tho HmrptciJo Co., Dopl lift A. Detroit, - . Michigan. Why delay? Why deliberately sidestep attractiveness when it is so easily available and means so much? Beautiful hair may be retained or regained with iKeubfxCs TCerplcide Htrpicidm will positively remove all truces of dandruff, stop itching scalp and prevent falling hair. Thousands report s new growth of hair after itr use. Just see how quickly your friends will note the perfect luster, the nat ural aheen and the added beauty of your hair after you have used New bro't Hmrpicidm but a short time. Do you want lustrous beautiful hair? Then use Htrpicidm today note improvement tomorrow. You will be surprised and do lighted with Hmrpicidm. We also recommend Hmrpicidm Soap. It is a safe, pleasant and effective shampoo. Sold at all Drug and Department Stores. Application at the Better Barber Shops. $35 Never Bought a Finer Silk Suit CI I f I were given lo bi i. -1 1 . I 0OMM go li ihe vorj limit on ii bunch of nu suits fiju-i iirrtvcst. They're not only POPLIN II but I'OI'I LMt lis we ll, but It's no IT wonder. If yog ilun f II POPIjIN Is It Is a luird. know wlult rigid rl.ith n fTIHtle heavier than ordinary suit silk II Which makes It hold Us sluiS- well. it Ami in this iwitlnalat Instance tot an il cream csdorcil. If ever I iimde n go.sl fThuv I did when I honghl these suits for II I Imvcn'i BOOS liny Hull can touch il 1 or $35 (Ss- Window) . SIOTS L TU US A U0 WW J1 f IM ' $3.95 t $5.00 jft $2M For Summer Sport and (.envrnl Wear Women's Wash Skirts In Three (iroupn Dranticnlly Reduced SO. 95 SO 35 $.00 3 ?5-' ( latum to $rM) (l atum to $H.95) (Value- to $10) A WHITE tub Skirl Ifl a Bumertimo necessity, and these of fered Saturday at these prices are partieluarly desirable. They are in gabardine, pique and Russian cord, of an excep tional quality, guaranteed not to shrink. Tlinso arc Skirts that will thi rendy nil Hummer long for n huiitlri'il and ono nrcaaionn. lln.tiHtial Inokinpr pockets and helts and wmnrt pearl buttons1 trim them. Other Wanhable Skirt h Priced to $29.75 Sbdenbach's tu A Most Extraordinary Waist Sale Thousands of Waists in the season's best models made of the very finest materials by the foremost blouse makers in America, All bought on a declining market and priced in this great sale at positively 33k? Per Cent Less Than Former Wholesale Prices $2.00 Beautiful Summer BloUMet in I are trimmed, pleated and plain modelm of V alien anl Organdy. Both long and short nleeren in white and combination colorn. Every one reyularly priced $8M 1 $2.49 Vniieard of value are offered in thin (roup in Voile, Organdy, flaHntc, (leor gette and Pongee. All are in the bent quality material and workmanship. Regu lar ly priced to $5M HOI It. QBSMUUf, 113 b. Main SL, Special Agemi $3.00 Many different atulea and colon of the very neuwt wainttt in both long and alwrt nleeven. OryandU'H, Voile, liatiate and name UeorgetteH. Regularly priced at $5.95 A rwstl .rnrinhmirv eTmup of Rw.ru- HWliiH . Ill cvrry rirftlnthh- color iiml Style, liK-liHltrtK iMtfti Ionic iiltil Klioi't rIwvc moiH. Ki'kiiIhi I v prirad to $7.95 Bended, braided enibroMered ind Imw Irlnuned bi-mCi of geofgette in nsny ui- MKNlfe color itml Nylr, Mm tailored blowMM in it im.i. ..in! yollei Reffuliuijf I .1 ti $10 I'litiioiiH'nal x.iIih'h iin offered In till trrni i Krotip. BloiUWNI nUUl0 to mi-II fof $l't anil tlS.M Hftrriflt rd li tm In a kt .i( ipnrtil pufctosMMB Mid Lnoluded in iiib hull- of SiiM-r- MUM ut $4.00 $5.00 $595 Sew jfte 3fiop o f Qhadtif sj ago i i.