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SPECIAL PROGRAM j"lsmo mn F0R W0ME" TO BE HELD 4TH NpcHnl Hesnlon of IVnn.'ssop Litis laturr to Votr on Miffi-nirc. TULSA DAILY WORLD. TUKSDAY. .H'NE 29. 1!20 Patriotic Note Will Be Sounded in Tulsa Churches. "VERBAL FIREWORKS" Pull Meaning of Great Day in American History to lie Portrayed. A patriotic nolo In kiilng with ..-!.. t meaning of the day In American history will he ound.'d In terrlOfi In Ini-nl rhurohss on Hun lay, July Ax tho evening of .Inly 4 his heen i , i layman'i night in mi the i'i t. lerlfin church'1 of Atnerlra h--''it;l) the reeornmemltlnn of the nntlomil men'i work commutes of Iht rhOTehi It will be oherveil In thi rtrtl Pra.byt.Han aharoh here with a lymen' program. Mayor t D BvMt win ipsak on ' Helping tn Hullri Our Oily." William L. - . t . j ti . un e-Hervlce tnnn. will p. in on "J-'ollowlng the King In Tims ol I'rncc," and C. 1". Bvcnn.f 01 banffM Which Confront the King Toilny." N iti'.njil h v tn ns will he sunu flnd atrial pnninllr music, given by the rhurch quartette, composed of Miss Annabel l.atlltner. Mm. V ' M. AN iMU-e. Mag Wehnert, and Ed F. Kfix.' Tho teric- will be held on ibe church lawn, on which a stand hafl L i n arggifd and folding chairs will be placed for the congregation. As Seventh street will be closed to traffic between Boat OB avenue and the aiiey during the service, mem ber" of the congregation may park and remain In their cars during the service. A patriotic and religious musical will be given at the Itoston avenue M. K. rhurch Sunday evening by the chorus choir, of which Mrs. K. K. ClUlOW Is director, and several soloists. A nrncr.il assembly of all Sunday Khool pupils in the Junior, Inter mediate, senior, young people's, and adult departments of the First OJirlrtlan church will be held .Hun Jay morning. The subject of the program, which will be In charge nf the Intermediate department, will be The Patriot If m of 1110." The church service will also be patriotic. Hev. V. (. Anderson, pastor of the Klrst Bantltl church, will speak on "A flood American" at the morn-Inn- chur.h service, the music for which will he patriotic The even ing service at the circuit Memorial church will be of a patriotic nature and will consist of a program by Bundny school pupils, a sermon ap propriate to the day by Rev. L. L. BTannon, ami aatrotlo music. "Verbal Fireworks" will be a part nf the patrotlc service at the Trinity Kplscopal church, of which Rev. Rolfe Fomeroy Crum Is pastor. URGE "MOIST" PLANK New Yorkers Will Mnkc Strong light to IVmilt Vsc of Mitht Willi's anil IWtt in Home. SAN FRANCISCO, June 2d. In the faco of "pag rule" charges, the New York delegation to the demo cratic convention today adopted a resolution urging a national plat form plank for modification nf the Volstead act to permit use of light The resolution was Introduced by Norman B. Mack, national commit teeman, and was supported, by Miss Elizabeth Marbury, a dclegate-at-large, who was elected national com mittee woman. Mayor George R. I.unn of Schon estady told the flail Kates the Inclu sion of a moist plank In the platform would "seal the fate" of the party In the coming election. He demanded a roll tall as tin' viva voce vote was being taken but was not recognized. tether resolutions adopted favored Independence for Ireland. Ratification of the woman suf frage amendment by democratic tates, a federal workman's compen sation act affecting shipping Inter ests and expressed sympathy for the organized labor movement. The delegation advocated tt plank recommending that the 1'nlted States repri'si-ntat Ives In the league nf nations he Instructed to assist Italy in solving her Adriatic problem. SAN FRANi'lUCO, June . Woman suffrage advocates at a luncheon given today to democratic women by the Ban Franeisru branch of the civic di nter were wi n J against DTtrponf IdenOi by Mrs. Abby fccott ltakrr of the national women e party. Although elated over the action of Tennessee s governor In calling a specl.ii session of -h legislature for August , Mrs Maker warned In r audleuee that itic t.ht Do ratifo i lion of the woman suffiage aoooid ment cou.'i not be counted won until the final vole Is taken. Women woikera arrange. I to call next Thurs day upon the Tennessee deli gallon here and urge necessity for favor able action in Tennessee. DENIES SUFF REPORT Governor Clement of criuont siis lie Han Not IMs lihsl to MM .Solon.-. VaoMMNMM Mi i t soon. BVRUNOTON) Vt, Juno J. Governor F. W. Clemenl said hero tonight thai the report at San Fran cisco that hn was to call a special session of the legislature to .in sider ratification of Ihu (suffrage amendment was not true. "There Is no trulh In the report,'' hn said, "rten.ilor Harding has not asked nie to call a special sesMun to consider ratifying the suffrage amendment. I am not contemplal Ir.g at the present lime any such action." NA8irVILI.K. Tnnn., Juns US. The legislature will be called to meet on August II to consider the federal suffrage amendment, It was stated at tin' capital. BAN FRANCISCO, Juno 28. Governor Roberts of Tennessee and the governor of Vermont were In a race to call a special session of their legislatures to consider rati fication of the suffrage amendment) according to reports given currency here today by suffrage leaders. Lenders learned, they said, that Senator Harding, tho republican presidential nominee, had told friends In Washington that the gov ernor of Vermont would call a spe cial session soon, probably next week, to consider suffrage. At once suffrage leaders got In touch with democratic leaders here and tele phoning to the governor of Ten nesson followed. Members nf the national woman's party decided today to call on the Tennessee ite)cgntton next Thursday and urge the advantages of their legislatures ratlfvlpg the amend ment. The leaders will he accom panied by delegations of women from every aqual suffrage state. Will Mc m.I College Meet. ' Rev. I,. 8. Barton, pastor of the Boston Avenue M. E. church, and H. 'I Harnard will leave Wednesday to attend the meeting In McAlester July 1 of ihe hoard of commissioners for the Methodist college to be lo cated tn Oklahoma. Following the meeting Mr Harton will go to Tex as for a several days visit. It. v John Abernnthy of Okmulgee will fill the pulpit on Sunday morning, July 4. CALLOUS oHV BUNION MTV I f 11 1 '. i rvTr I WW SOFT I I I 1 CO RN harp Corn End The Agony and Tortura From Corns, Callousea, nd Buniont with CORN FIX" the wonderful new discovery' for corns csllomes snd bunions. The R In stops with the very first drep. 10 minutes the corn may be aelly removed. FIxpert I'tdrop udlet'i use the same method. Many 01 them nan Corn "FIX". Corn "FIX" contalne no ether, eollodlon. salyclllc acid, or other harmful Ingredients to eat the good fleali anil make the foot sors. No more extended treatments for sev eral days and nights; no more snaking or "cooking" the feet necessary, tn I'I minutes the corn J g"i eo Is the pain. Corn "FIX" Is quicker, safer and different. Don't suffer another minute! Com "FIX" Is wonderful, and will aurely help you. If your deaier cannot supply you, send us lie In atamps and we will mall you a tootilH direct from our laboratory. Tour money refunded If you ara not satisfied. COllN FIX CO.. Inc.. Newark. N. J, RALBTOH. N. C, June 28. -Replying to a message received from President Wilson last Thursday re garding the ratification of the An thony tfjiffrage (amendment, Gov ernor Hickett today reiterated his purpose of advising the coming spe cial session of the North Carolina legislature to promptly ratify the amendment. THRILLS IN 'CHUTE DROP U'lm J OntrhcH Avlntnr h Vnwrrn to Mnko ItasBOO Foot Iap. DAYTON, Ohio, June 28. H.r Kennt Bnuttrto Ho of MY-rook fU14 today made a pjinichuto rlrscrnt of what wan an Id to ho 19,500 foci, ho UftVtfd to te a new record. The plane, piloted hy Serjeant Mndan, climhed to an altitude niarked hy the indlt-Rtor a 1'J.BOO foot, it was atated. llouttrlelle climbed out on the fuaelftfre to mako his Jump. The wind cHutrht his parachute and pulled him through the tail of the machine, tearing off the Iu44afi He brulned the )nutclea of hla arm and atrained the Unamend. Bouttrlello lan-lt-d QMtl flcrman town, 10 rnl'ea went nf here, with hla parachute ripped whnre It had ln-pn In contact with the tall wir of tho plane. The piano landed safely. ABANDON CHURCH CAMPAIGN Too Many Drives on tn Unlso 1111 llnii Hollars for Ohorofa I'lan. MCW VOrtK. .lone 28. The bil lion dollar campaign of tho Inter Church World movement has been abandoned, it Ml announced today following a moating of the exe utlve committee. The entire project may end July . It wan said, when tho general commlttco will meet to consider what steps. If any, will be taken to curry on tho other aspects of tho campaign. Several reasons were hack nf the decision, tho committee stated, the principal one being the present prevalence of "drives" of various kinds, which are being carried on throughout the country, MEANS RENEWS LEGAL FIGHT Seek Million nf Batata lift by Isitc James C. King. CHICAGO, Juno 28. flaston It. Means and Mary C. Melvln today re. newed th'lr legal fight for the millions gf the late James C. King, millionaire lumberman. Mrs. Melvin Is a alster of the late .Mrs. King, who died of a bullet wound at Con cord, N. 0.i Means, her attorney, waa tried for murder and aoqulttad. Their case Is based on the alleged will leaving King's estate to his wlfo. The will was declared spurious by the Cook county probate court. The new rase Is based on the story of Floence Isabel I,ee, a New York stenographer "Unit she ciiplcd the glioma will for King a few weeks before his death here, November 1, 19AS. Miss Vco Is expected hero to day to testify. iiaptists for Treaty. TIFFFAIi, June 2 The North, ern rtaptlst convention todny adopt ed resolutions urging President Wil son and the senate to ratify the trl'HtV of VersiU'lis with HUltaMo reservations at the earliest possi ble moment snd pledging the Iiap tists to support strict enforcement of federal prohibition laws. Trial PiiMpi'noil. r.TUTAn), Juno 28. Trial of "Big Tim" Murphy, former state representative, and Mik Oarrozro and Vlncenro Oosmnno, for the murder of Maurice "Mossy" Knrlght, "klna of the gunmen," was contin ued today until June 30 at the rc- HOUSEHOLD DUTIES These Hot Summer Days are certainly a big task unless you take advantage of the many electrical conveni ences we have on hand for you at our new display room, 523 South Main Street. Do what you have been promising yourself to do for so long a time. Get a PREMIER Vacuum Cleaner. Do away with the old fashioned,inefficient,backbreaking drudgery. PREMIER CLEANERS Can you keep your rugs or carpets free from dust and dirt by sweeping in the old fashioned way? You can not no matter how hard you sweep. Dirt and germs go hand in hand. Keep your house clean with a PREMIER CLEANER. Phone Osage 6813 and arrange for a demonstration. APEX WASHERS Now is the time to purchase that Apex Electric Wash er. We have on display both the regular type and the new Cabinet model with all of the moving parts en closed which makes it the safe and sane washer for the home with children. Of course it has the large swinging wringer and the copper tub. Manufactured By APEX APPLIANCE CO, Chicago, III. Peoples Electric Supply Co., Dealers HUffifsl I i 111 iagriTiit r ARE YOU IN NEED OF Electric Fixtures You will find a very complete and varied line of fixtures at our new store. If you haven't purchased your fixtures yet for that new home be sure and see us before vou make your selections. Emerson Fans All sizes and types of EMERSON FANS are in stock at our store awaiting your pleasure. These fans carry with them a three-year guarantee. GENERAL ELECTRIC CEILING FANS We are in a position to make immediate de livery of any quantity of ceiling fans youmay desire. WE SELL THEM ALL Peoples Electric Supply Co. 523 South Main Street, corner Sixth Phone Osage 6813-9523 iuuvi t state.