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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1920
MEN AND WOMEN
Crusty Bachelors and Sel
fish Maids Live in
HOMES NOT POPULAR
High Living Cost Threatens
Bulwark of Civilization,
Noted Speaker Says.
UMflOft'l hOtBM, the bulwarks of
urdvUiaatlon, are threatm-d to
tl-Mt, reproeentin the women s
1 Ill lh' campaign ' lh" '
;, ,,. of Ju.llre ait-ln-l
Sving BOIU, declared yuHtt. .lay af-
ternoen In lho mun,c-
inai auditor! ma.
"The lilfth CMt of liviiiK In havlnic
. dlaastroua effect on the bom.
7... ft no. I "It In tho gn-al hla. k
eland that ebtcvm tho light of
aarfoct ily- 1 fe"r- "1,,, h M L ru"
J,,, to eair It. that tho American
Soma H on ane. , Wo, " lo.n?;
rr sc. family group IH"1 '"""" of f.O
v us aK" Thc enni of "vmK ,,,r
MM masses of AmrrlPi Is driving
... , , MI,1rrn into lho sweat
A'Olllcii ..... - -
4tips to rke, olll a lainuy Mm-
uutwf ,.n nor woman urn mnr-
lylng M they once did. MiM ttWOJI
eontlnuod "This eecms rather
airrn s' v inent, hut look ahoul und
men it homo out In the larRe cities
Ton et: largo commodious hotel
apartment!, beautifully furnlahad,
ei r fur by servants, kept up for
1 omfort of bachelora afraid to
accept the financial rciiponBiniiitieK
of a family. On the other corner
OU fi"'l other apartments equally
Oil furnished for bachelor maul..
I on will find tho young man 'lad
people living In furnished rooms,
ating at the cafeterias, and enter
taining at tho country club."
Among the causes of high living
cost given by Miss Stewart wire
, .-.-.I production, delayed de
liveries, increased foreign exports,
peculation, large war profit, and
the gratlfliiitlon of vain desires.
" If I were asked to elate what one
class was responsible for the high
roai 1 would not say any class in
pafleular, it is duo to unscrupu
lous Individuals in a number of
classes, the unscrupulous laborer,
manufacturer, retail merchant, and
the individual who prefers Idleness
laving costs can be reduced from
the home, according; to Mlsg Htew-
un. Increased production begins
at home. If we plied our needles
an did those dear old ladies, our
grandmother, ready-made clothes
would not be o high nowadays,
We should teach our daughters
how to saw, The trotihlo Is also
that we get our entertainment out
side the home today instead of In
Iht home. Formerly going to the
th entef was a great event in a wo
rein's life, now It Is only nn Inci
dent end more than 1450,000,000 ll
Cpenl annually on movies. I have
n"t Imagined these figure. They
are government statistics."
Adeline Mi Malonty against Kdward
MoMaloney; Klnyfl Arnold scnlnst
Bemlee Amoid. Mnml B, Mitchell
against John t, Mitchell
itroattBNT row iii.im son.
mie.Hion ,is naked In ii suit file, i in
superior cunt yesterday hv K I
Webb against s K Ualley, Ira
Hhort and others, the petitioner
claiming he found a purchaser will
ing, for a consideration of Itlt.ttt,
to buy l.tnn twn lots In Appalache,
Pawnee county, but that the do
fendaatl laicr refused 10 i lose the
T H PAVRM'IIKT and famllv
who motored to Kentucky a few
Hooks nKo. ore pri route home, one
of the ehlidran of the family hav
ing uff rod a fraetarod leg.
km o, v. rtnpun wi
shortly for it several weeks' stay In
KM RVBRBTT woods, who
ha been conftaod in a eanltarlain
in Albuquerque, N, M . ths it
year, I, slowly recovering
Miss MART roRBM, a wall
known young business woman, who
suffered a nervous breakdown, re
cently, left the litter part of lb,'
week f,,r Albuquerque, n. m
K. W. IINCLAIR will return
Monday from ling Island, where
his family Is spending the summer
Mrs. Uncial r mid Miss Kathleen
will return In September.
CAPTAIN ANIl MR! pe.,rd. re
cent BrrNall for residence in Tulsa,
are loe.tted on South Cainoli avontu'
Captain Board served In the army
TMK CONDITION OF Miss Tearl
Hale, who has been confined In a
anttaiium in Albuquerque, N. M.,
the past year, Is Improve,).
MRB c M MURRAY of imw
uska. Is visiting Mrs. William M
MRB RIKARO, who underwent .in
operation In a local hospital. fee
weeks alio Is conv ilojtcing, she is
the mother of Port and .lames Hi
I kard of the (iypsv (Ml Company.
jiiis. n c. mil i. Kit is recover-
; ing after a severe operation in a
local hospital. Mr. and Mis. Miller
reside in the home of Mr, and mi.
J. Y. llrand, parents of .Mrs. Miller.
MR. anii MRS. .i H. Roberaon
I have motored to Joplln, Mo for a
1 several ilays' Slav.
WIFE BEATER IS
NABBED BY COPS
Ctrl Downing Arrested
When Woman it Found
111 From Betting.
While answering a nail that a man
was killing his wife at 404 South
Wheeling y petard a) aftarRoon about
"i 1 1 clock, four plalnelmhea men
fOUnd about six gallons of Intoxioai
Ing Honor There wore about three
nini a half g iRoiM 'I "Jal... ' and
ebout two and a half nations of
"nitrous ether" with about a Quart
or corn whisky All of the ll.pior
with the exception of the whiskey
was found burled under some str.ne
in the attta of the house.
When the pffieera arrlvtd at lha
house they found Carl Poivninn
about half "stewed" and his wife
I III from B severe beating that she
I claims she received from her bus
band Suspecting the presence Oil
liquor the officer began ransack. nn
I the house and when the quart Of
whiskey was brOUIhl to light their
I efforts were multiplied with the re
I suit of the unearthing of the Jake
I and ether In the aillc
t 'owning Wai booked al the police '
' station on a charge of BOaaeaetna. too
nun h whiskey and dUlurblni the 1
j pein e.
Poo'' peseit. Bay Whrd Bonn ;
Carnlahaali and ike Wllheroon wore
jtbe officers who conducted the raid 1
Iwiikoraon and Carmlehael wore tho
first officers on the mono, having
raced the nlher officers in the two
badly delaphtatad "hoboled,''
LENA BRITTON GUILTY
UutflUMIy.of Place BTblrh PnBra say
Is Had Itesfirt on S Norfidk
lined $10 In OOUIi.
Charged with poesslon of In-
tosteatlng Honor. Lena Brltton, pro-;
prletoreoa of the "Brltton place," I
,H4 South Norfolk, was fined lis
and costs yesterday afternoon when
she appeared before Judge P, n
Moroney in the municipal conn Bhe
pleaded not guilty to the charge. I
declaring that tin. "Choc" belonged
to a fellow by the name of Harris;
who had brought II 1 here and put ;
It In her lee box. A. C, Sinclair,
city prosecutor, proved that the loo ,
box belonged to her and that, she
bad tho ' hoc" In her poasi ssloti at
the time of sliest.
When the officer raldej the i'l e e
last week she rushed ti the Ice box
and grabbing Ho Iwo-ollart bottle
lushed out to one of the blinglllou
1 nfnpootni her "colony" and threw
the bottle and It content under the
house. tleiugo Itlaitlo. police cap-
lata, retrieved the bottle before an
of the choc bad leaked out.
COP HIT BY BIG CAR
CITY AGENT IS
Mayor Favora Purchasing
Bureau, but Cannot
and even then he could a. t
In an advlory capacity.
"With the water ptojeit romlflg
en, there Is no e thai so. b a
nl 1 man - If he were ox, tlv the tight possible, until the matter hna been
kind of a man mild he no,l lo 1 taken under advisement by the ad
adVantaga, BUt nmhlng will be done, usuy committee which wa named
In Oils direction, providing II wen ntlv."
baajag s.M'oder. ! Irish, struck
m x not bee oaf ami Tbiutvu
dii-r Moiorceb' liars.
While ehaalni peeder, Lao Irtah,
RtOtafOycIa officer wa struck by a
large car, driven by It I. Stevens
Mil North Main, nbOUl la a'lOl k laM
nieht al the corner of Klghih an!
Boulder He received slight ni.lury
to Ills right ankle bu 11 w.is aalgj
NtM lilghl at the hnspltnl thai ho
would be able to resume Ills work In
a short lime.
Irlh who le one of the most pop
Ular of(U,rs on the force was K'olllg
south on Bottlder after what ho do
olnied was a ear exceeding the street
limit The ear driven by gtevi ni
turned the corner from Ibe weal
The front end of the car hit the
motorcycle ami hlrew Irish over the
nemltebare Stevens declared tb.it he
wan nn traveling faot nut thai Iriah
was colng very fast and must hive
hoc. .10 Tifus. .1 !) 1,, I), ,,( 1,1
M( ITHERS RUENI kj
Mi f I Kirc .sw
uttuiuiciy vViio 1 'i
XI A, I Ofvffllt
WRurs 11 1 c rtcl 1 Aiist ; o me i n n,
Tin feasibility and POOalbttlt) of
amploylni a munlt I pal purchaatng
aci ni bj the elt) le eomewhal doubt
...i by Mayoi i D Bvana, He docs
nol queetlon the practicability of
Ojt euggeollon made recently by
lha Tuisa Purchaatng Agoe.te' -aorlailon,
but dot not believe it ran
I, put into execution under present
"To give sin Ii a, man the power
he should have would require an
amendment la ihe otty charter, the
mayor said yeoterday There is no
pioviM.nii In the charier by which
urn an office could be i rooted. The
only way would ha lo mob of him a
deputl 1 ' f the officials -
FOR ITCHING TORTURE
Use Antist-ptic Liquid Zcmo
There is one rrmody that seldom
f.nls to Mop Hi lling tntturr anil relieve
si.m irritation and tii.it nukrs tiicakm
Mill, 1lc.11 anil healthy,
Any druggie! i. in supply you with
Zerno, which gener ally ovoroumat tain
diaeaiaa Ectema, Itch) pbnplaa, faanaA
blKkMada In moel caaei m- way
loZcnjM, Ffcojucntlyi tnlnor BlsnBhu
diaappcai ovarniahC Itchlni usually
st op-, Inetantly, SSetno tt a biifc, anti-
arplic liipiul, 1 lean, easy to Use anil
dependable, It costs only 3oc; an extra
large botUe, 00 tt will not Main, la
not iraaty 01 Micky and hi )swtivcly
s-iu- lor tendefi tenaitlve siine.
-r - 9 w n f r-i -. .1 r
You may have nny one of our ton truck at your disposal day
or night by calling Osage SM We specialize In hauling oil
field supplies. Call us and have them delivered on your lease
promptly ami In good condition.
Indiana Service and Storage
624 Ha st Third Street
HARBIAQB L1CKNSKS were Is
Mod to the following yesterday by
the clerk of county court: (J. A.
('arson, II, and Elsie Ilean, IS,
Tulsa, ku.-o-ell Ashhy. 21. and Both
Mathaaon, 20, Colllnevtlla; 0. w.
Woolen, i?. and Marie Illtchles, 20,
Tulsa. .1 K. Krady, 2S, and May
Braafleldi 19. Jenks.
FRANK COX, charged with oe
eault and battery upon .1. Beltgeon,
111 South Cincinnati avenue, on July
, enten S a plea of not guilty at his
arraignment yesterday before Jus
tice II. J. (iray and wa released on
feond of 125 for trial July 13.
IbCRBB OF DIVOUCK was
granted yesterday in district court
to JoMe Vantrcaee against William
SPIT TO BBCOVXB $3,915 was
filed in district court yesterday hy
the Blery Oil company against the
Katy and Missouri Pacific rail
roads for the loss of a car of gaso
line shipped by an agent of tho oil
Company to Omaha from Jennings
November 7, 1919. According to
the petition the car waa lot In
transit and haa never been re
PETITIONS VOR divorce were
"'I In lis'i-ict court vesterdav bv
SICK HEADACHE IS:
It Reveals a Condition Which!
PEPSINOL Will Easily
Man and women who keep their
BigaetlVi organs functioning proper
ly by taking Popsinol aro free from
Hck. headai hes. This wonderful
stomachic stimulant combats and
overcomes digestive faults which
cause bllilousnoss. sourness of breath
y- irritation 'that brings on
tlcK hendaehaa are an unfalllne
sign nf digestive disorders Popsinol
BOntaina the efficient lngredlenls
IHal tone up your stomach, helps It
work and (nrc,,mes head
ches. s a digestive tonic, It also
Promotea thorough food asslmlla
lln snd helps in the extraction of
trie food element that make pure,
d blood and healthy, strong tis
sues. Sjoakee nri Qo,
sooarkl nrus Co,
, "'ft';'" I'rur Mlcre
tgt wins l'hrn,rr
hriin-, ,,r11(r ll!rr
tin V,' Vrry """t "Hints,
neei Drag r-.. Wet Tills,
ll'd Kurk lr... u. ., . j .
Is just Hip drink for all tho
family and nil occasions. Rich
and mellow in flavor "Reifl
Special" is distinctively dif
ferent from other cereal bev
erages hits tho spot with the
old-tiixio tang and gives you
an appetite for a second bottle.
Drink "Reif's Special" at your
favorito restaurant, amuse
'ment park, club, or fountain.
Once you've tried it you'll or
der a caso delivered to your
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS
MORELAND & MYERS
218 South Greenwood St.
Phone Otage 7043 Tulsa, Okla.
Wholesale Distributors for This Territory
T70R siiryean the name of
thc Home Decorating
comparjy has been associ
ated with just dealing, fair
play, and riht goods at
riht priees, in thc minds of
the people of Tulsa.
Our lines of Wall Paper,
Paint, Varnishes, Glass, Win
dow Shades and Draperies
are worthy of our reputation
and every Tulsan should
consider this fact before
making a purchase.
"Let us decorate your home"
JVe employ only the most
wmiT JUST BEFORE LEAVING FOR MARKET WILL CLOSE d
f 75 HATS $0.98
y.i f InW j Actual values up to $18.50, choice, for Mkf
M ( fflPV Clip coupon and save an additional dolhti. Ijm
Millinery l)ept. POLLACKS TOCCEKY
The Entire Stock of
1 mi i
6M 72 urinUUB
Of sufficient inijiort
atice is this sale of dresses
that it will create a furore
of buying Friday.
For the Dresses aro
from well known makers
who have that most im
portant adjunct in tlcir
business, style Sense."
Every garment "be it
ever so humble," has a
style and intrinsic worth
far beyond the small price
For these dresses are
the regular stock now re
duced for instant clear
ance. Light and Dark all
Silk Dresses included,
Dresses for Street, Aft
ernoon and Evening at ex
actly half price.
$2.r).00 Silk Dresses. . . .$12.50 $ 85.00 Silk Dresses. . .$ 12.50
$:0.00 Silk Dresses. . . .$15.00 $ 95.00 Silk Dresses. . .$47.50
$:2.50 Silk Dresses .... $16.25 $100.00 Silk Dresses . . . $50.00
$H5.00 Silk Dresses. . . .$17.50 $110.00 Silk Dresses. . .$55.00
$38.50 Silk Dresses. . . .$19.25 $115.00 Silk Dresses. . .$57.50
$40.00 Silk Dresses $20.00 $125.00 Silk Dresses. . .$62.50
$45.00 Silk Dresses $22.50 $135.00 Silk Dresses. . .$67.50
$47.50 Silk Dresses. . . .$23.75 $150.00 Silk Dresses. . .$75.00
$50.00 Silk Dresses. . . .$25.00 $105.00 Silk Dresses. . .$82.50
$55.00 Silk Dresses. . . .$27.50 $175.00 Silk Dresses. . .$87.50
$00.00 Silk Dresses $30.00 $200.00 Silk Dresses. .$100.00
$05.00 Silk Dresses. . . .$32.50 $225.00 Silk Dresses. .$112.50
$70.00 Silk Dresses $35.00 $250.00 Silk Dresses. .$125.00
$75.00 Silk Dresses $37.50 $275.00 Silk Dresses. .$137.50
$77.50 Silk Dresses. . . .$38.75 $300.00 Silk Dresses. .$150.00
Drifts lex'tlim Tliinl Moor.
Sale of Silk Skirts
Contin ued-$1 8. 75
fjlilrt SUiii Tlilril floor.
Blouses of Evefu
Kind at 20 Off
in. .ii . Sccilon Third I'loor.
Nw mhs' Hours lur
liiK .Inly mill AiiKiist.
Week dii vh Open a .
m., cIiwIiik nt a . in.
Kqtqrtsaj', Opeai at h a.
ni . BtnaUMI n( 1 to.
Ninth Annual Semi-Annual Statement of Condition,
June 30, 19ZU
Tulsa Union Loan & Savings Association
' Ifal "KHtllle I74MOO.OH
ST rh ll.ltt.ll
Furniture r..i Plsturaa J.iii ji
Ailvsn. 1H. -nuns .S'SSea!
aii other Reeoureea fJaaa Y
Cush on llund l,tM.T
1,1 Mill. I TM.s
pMUIImaajl .lues , If 'is i
Optional ilurs 141. etl .11
rrrpui'i doae II.IJI.M
Dividend Puaa I.H4 no
Due Horrowers ,960.1
Due llsiiUs 66.000 00
tUaerve for Mammies io.s6.8
surplus Undivided profit and eonUuenl Raaerve ... 19,97a n
Btsu of Oklahoma, county el Tvtan, "s
1, Olaval llrucf, oaaratary of the above namcl association, do
solemnly in tiii the above etatemeat is true to the beai of
my knowli-ilKi' ami htllcf, so help me liod.
Cievae liruc. aaeretaryi
Kuhscrlliril and1 sworn lo b fore me this 7th day of July. ItlO.
Harold J. Hulllvan, notary puhllc
(My commission eilres March I. 1924 )
Mark B, tiirr, n it ' . i ih iin k 0, OlddutsVi Dlraotpra,
MMMM l lhc 0m ii Shop ;hnmihUiii. -
- - -.-.I . . a a a sm .
Keops Wrinkles Away
Sitjr Vounj. Jm Mr. Mf
Cennirii'a BmiIj Crtun a
feUuahing cfcam and i,owir
romneil. lJrliUt fully pei
futned. 30r and 60c at your
iliuggntY fiial aire 10c. Bett
' pi Baaly Soap u uKd with it.
THE KXJ1UNS CO., W,. Tu
mm i nf 1ii I " lar" reat-al ol'llnt. Um,naial routai I:.
ile dkra Ko iivai. or ('rrfiTe-fM-a. Hi wort.
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