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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JULY 26, 1020
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MORBERN MODES
GIRUOT IMMODEST
Y. W. (ors View From
sion Ofidardf of a. Tast
to Age.
NEW ;k TO PREJUDICES
Instruc'ore Criticism of Worn
Sfwif I)r,!SH Now Than in
Svcry Age of World.
MDOM, July 2 Tli'rr In nrith
V "iminoilrnt In pri'Hctd IV 1rii
,v'm"! tl,n principal r,f n Wall kii"W"
Vi ,.,jK",n"lnK i ""l'll"'"'"''u 'I"'"''"
t.l!l.'ni' 'il"1'"'
'KiiKhimiK today," h aald, jurtKrii
' prataal May tnilrrl. ara no
rom ,r Itnllmili-al limn win- IIm.ii- of
"P" v rillur Hit,-, wlini JmlRPfl l y th
lorioy
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22"' omen, a ill
i ght noi
nth.rwl how wnuM II ti rMmrllili
to aril m li fhton"'
"Kvrrylindy." h dnlarril, "lin
fllKtafiN- for omt.hlnir or othgr, Pal
aonally, I nrvrr arm, lev and I ill
Ilk n'lln wnm-n ru.ke their iift
rmoon rltcan-t.
"I know. hOW ihal If a wom
an want anything Ml th protaatl In
th worlrl will not Klnp n-r from
having It, and It I only our duty to
antlrlpatn Imr wlatu In llm muttir
of InUilnK.
"WcamBii want Ihr- tvpi- of drM
which ha hpoti callad Ifntnodaat,
IhoiiKh In reality It I" only to Whafl
Juilfir-il by Ihi tri niliinl of gflOthai
nrtl,n."
.GOVERNOR JERUSALEM UVaalT'h' t
To airl man to carry haavy Imr
rlarta on thalf hai ku an Bngllahman
haa Jnantt-i1 BrBaumatla StlOUldai
pail ,t3i air they contain, balm
j'. i lliteal ly a OgRtfal n'i vulr.
To klrap id" air In rntmilhntr.-
Qtgef a ilrvlir ha Iti-rn lni-lili'il
dial ilrnv llm SfflOgi and gasSS from
lonomOtaVa Hinokentar k out of dOOfi
through iii andarground duri.
vntr hlm'lf Twc Mn th pour of or.t. Il to e
h m.clnr of hi fa- i that Ihey hv In common a 1nni
vorlt pro-.tciiiii m .. piv, whr-ra ' -itlxanatilp. Hi motto n jover-
I'rmeh, Italian, ltrltlh. A mrren' ( nor I "unify anil b frlnnd."
I nclUhmnn Niw Ilohl offli-r Oner lal'l.lc, XIiuiInI li-axlrr. fonimrrrlai Colon! f-ttnrr wa on of th
RgM by I'onlhia
lllaU).
JK III HA I, KM, July 27 -Th rif
fle of (rovernor of JpruanlPm on'-
see Bias! ,y ptntiM PI lata, i now
liclil by OolOMl I. ..i'ii I Htorr, a
l-'railiiat nf f'amlirltlRp galVtraltl
and win Of dean of ItOfltlagtSf nl
Ipk. Krialand.
Ill l.ik I on to tt th d
mlnllratlv ability of any rnan.
.li runsi li in 1 a city of cllaiinlnn.
where, whatever may pom of th
iutiire, for the moment .tinilntn and
AmiIih nin paelnna i.-ly ilnided Mini
1 4t leer ft Jllt path tietwieu them
iMtd iHdUOl them to Join hint on that
.path la t)iankc,a work.
It I to thai taak.h owever, thai
men uf Mamllnx and other who are prime mover In th etahllhmpn'
In any way prominent In th Uf of : of an Independent Arab kingdom,
th city arc. Iirnuahl Iori Iher and He if Jg yeara old.
y Other HKr
'ttulaldn Ol that UK".
"II I very aeldom," he i nntlniied,
hill the Hume . rMtlOII will "llll two
v. urn by one paraon
i i i m allthtaal
fi nin
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'Jiiiiii. ni niH iii iiiili- who did nil
Ji Vi-nr dr.HHCH particularly ultod ti
.liKht or Improprlaty, while if
rn by another It would Imim-dl
i I v ln nun miKKi'Ht Ive.
reriiap tha churchman win.
iav.. Iii i n iiIIu. i.iiik Hiyn-H nave
ornfi aeroai aaopli wh
In
afi
their atyla ol baauty, and Ihi iiilnite
or iiiimi- nu n, int nu u eiv n-iiiiin
thai aomathlnf, waa wn.n, but hi
,tha Hiune tlmi not undaratandlng
What It wan. Immedlntely i-otu luded
L j ai thwdraaaM irari immodest.
"Aruiti ." the daalgnar added, "If
a a xmi un i andowad with a parfacl
iinlr of Hhoulder and arm, why
ahouliV "be bide them or try tolm
prove i t)OT1 tlie will, of natiirn with
man u tlfldal ubatltuiaaTM
Realixl "X thai there waa perhnp
ari'ifher t I'l" artlatli aid lo the
,,l.,li.ri, lilobe I epl l-Henlat Ive
turrit 10 the eommeri-lal aapect of
the iiso ailing buatniaa,
l in. gHBB I gr Interview her, how-
uniy Mine windy to ny
that "thi- wi men of today mut want
the hort di i and thi hare bni k.
Visitors to New York
arc cordially invited fo view
our ex lii hit of Diamonds,
Sapphires, Pearls and ICmeralds
in Artistic Platinum Settings.
E. M. CATTLE & CO.
PLATINUMSVUTHS - JF,WEf,KRS
630 FIFTH AVENUE
Oppoiilc at, Pitfrirk's Collici!
The Mxpansion of One of Tulsa's Pio
neer Industries Marks the Culmination
of Well Laid Plans for the Manufactur
ing of Truck Bodies, Trailers, Semi
Trailers, Bit Rack Bodies Delivery
Bodies and All Allied Constructions
NciTuwary repair and aervlnc- station la rc-trt rally located.
Th- Ili-edy uli-Trnck A Trailer Company, Inc., haTC been
prottitiienily before the puhlh- ilurlOK tho piuit three year.
The now offer, for early arc-rptain-e, a small hliM'k of treas
ury slis'li, at 1- " . haiflnic Its value on physical rtwonrce tlut make
thla plant capilhle of the hlifhest prislilclioii ss4lble In tills In
tlllslry III Ihc stale of I Ik lallolllA.
The factory site Is at the InU-raectlnn of Xanthua and lYl.sc-o
tnu k.
The hnlldlns for slonnre and njwrmbllnK are ready for nae.
Ilils POtnpany hae the hlsheet ireilll rutliiK within Its capital.
gal the Iiuun n il BradatrOBt tr UUff la f ajaj are free u, . i.n.nn their
iMukers, and nil baggaagg onnoanai with which tiiey have iIimiiuks.
N'irw I the time to Invest In ilu- capital atrak of thLs going
Oggggjfg .nut Imlustrlal cnliTprlM-.
TIH Is the first offer of treasury t.s I. to the pnblle. Men
liavlnc IntlnhiK as m. t. . - or foremen, III Induatiien will find 1111
tuldltloruil mourfl for InvetlKUtliiK this offer.
I'rompt n-snse only will enroll you on the perfeired list,
'l b.' atiM-k Is all eongggggk and yields rlsht dlTldends.
A wall lint tho will and ph-naurr of frlrail and inTeatora,
Voura to serve the public In all lunful way,
Reedy Auto Truck & Trailer Co., Inc.
Phone, Osage 862 19 East Archer Street
Tulaa, Oklahoma
THIS IMOM.ITt INIH STUY OV 1TIXA IS nOI ND TO fitlOW
WTKADtLt is Till-; VVTVKB.
MICMBn
UNIVERSAL CORD
It U fitting that the houae which 25
yeara ago invented the pneumatic
automobile tire should now intro
duce, three improvements which re
sult in greatly increased mileage.
1 A new tread compound,
p e r h a p a unequalled for
durability.
2 An improved tread-design
that effectively opposes
skidding and atill further
increases the durability of
the tire.
3 A super-sturdy oversize
body that gives unsur
passed freedom from blow
outs. For a new degree of motoring sat
isfaction, use Michelin Universal
Cords.
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PHIL KRAMER
aam.ii.aBa mi m - ' ' ', , H AOBWCT
THE CAR gPj
ill at
The Car You Have Been Eagerly Awaiting
Light
Six
Is Now on Exhibition at the
Welsh-McNulty Motor Co.
SALESROOMS AT
FOURTH AND FRANKFORT STREETS
Place Your Order Now!
The New Studebaker Light Six is a great achioettent in advanced automo
bile engineering for
Refined and improved design with exact balance of weight.
Quick acceleration, flexibility and power per pound of car weight f
Ease of operation, quietness and freedom from vibration.
Economy of tires, gasoline an oil consumption.
TWO IMPORTANT FEATURES
The Light Six has Thermostat Cooling System that automatically regulates
the volume of water passing through the cooling system, insuring a high aver
age operating for the engine.
The Light Six is the only light weight car that has the crankshaft and con
necting rods completely machined on all surfaces. Remarkable smoothness,
quietness of operation and freedom from vibration at all speeds, is assured
by this practice.
SPECIFICATIONS
BK ATI NO CAPACITY Five patr.
WHKKLHAHK 111 Inch.
WKl(lHT- Z0O pounds
WOTOHSli ryltndir. 3"UH". raat en
bloc, tvtth upper hfclf of rrenk cue
caat Integra.!; aluminum tletau-hable
htl; 40 hursepower; three point aue-
penlin i valvee eel eny ftfle uf 20
degrees silently "perated hy belt rrsnk
rungt ruction; three tlinlns; fears
driven by silent rhaln. with conven
ient outslds adjustmant; 10" connect
n,, roda, 4 bearing crankshaft; con
in una; rod s and crankshaft ma
chined on all surfaces.
IA'M1U('AT1()N-Splash and positive
dimnbuttuii. .
OOOaVOia ftYHTKM Csntrtfugal fore
pump circulating system, with thee
ntuKiMir rnnUuli tubular radiator ,
four-blade fan.
OAHOLINi; BYSTKM Vacuum fee.1
with li-gatlon tank In rear, hung fruit,
as olectlng ah laid.
OARIIVHKTION -Imprnve,1 hnrUontnl
feed carburetor, mounted at top of
motor, with warm air connection from
exhaiiat n.anlfoM, hotlaonal and short
Inluke manifold csat In .in a. liable
MM with Internal hot spot.
KI-El'TllIt' SV.MTKM- l.uhle unit gen
erstor and starirr, BWvIl drive.
KINITION - liattery, seinl automatic
apark control,
KI.ECTRIC LU1HTH -T.erge hsadllghta
with Unproved deflecting Isnaoa,
speedometer light, tall light.
MVrC'H Klngl dlM, dry plats type.
TU NHM I SI N lutermfidlate suparats
unit mounted utt Mib ffame, three
epneda forward and i averse. Thief
proof (ranamlaston lock.
OKAIt KATIIi. t bb to 1.
PHOPULaftlON Tubular propeller shsft
with two (i. Mil' unlseranl Joints.
ItKA K A KIM Improved semi floaMng;
aplral bevel gear drive; full taper
roller bearing eijutpmsnt.
PKIV 1--Mntchklaa
HI'lllNtlf - Krunt and rear aeml elllptlf I
front leal Inches, 7 Uavea; reai I0a
Inches, 1 Uavaa, uuderslung.
TIHKS - tord, IZxi Inches, nnn sKId on
rear.
BH A K KH Koot brake. external con
tracting. 14 Inches, aJnergency
brake, Internal expanding, 13V1
Inchea.
KI'-SPKHH Haavy preaaed steel, eval-
r tuwii dealgn.
I'I'llitfXTKHY Genuine lenther. rrenrh
Plaited.
T-'i' J)ne man Oypey type, bevel plat
glass windows In rear, cur Ulna open
with doors.
Kgl'U'MlCNT - Rain vision planting wlnd
ahlvld, r!. horn . electrically ium
i mahogany fltklahad Inetrument
board, oti whlrh are mounted car
buretor choke. light and U nit Ion
witch with lock, oil Indicator, speed
ometer driven from proprolfi shaft,
ammeter, fuse box . combination i ole
and hand rail across back of front
seat: outside and Inanle do.tr handles,
carpet covered foot reat in tonncau,
gaaollne gauge on tank in rear; com
plete set of toola, lite carrier in rear
with extra rim.
COLO Hlack with etrlped red wheel.
a4'lKl. Touring Car. tied en, LAbdau-Kuadator,
Ifnme again frnm very necaasftil Poot
flraduata Cnurss, whin I Isarned many
new and auceeaeful ways to kwneftt peo
ple with troubles ef tho Kya, Kar, No
and ThroOt.
PR. ARYTM R ( AMPHFi r,
111 May Rl. Oesag ItM
-BBWeaa, M A BSSSWfslBS.
Perram Auto Supply Co.
PHONES CEDAR 600-601-602.
Fifth at Boulder FREE ROAD SERVICE
MARMON 34
JORDAN
We Speak of Service
We axe pleased to announce that
we have secured the services of
Mr. J. M. Cullins, for many yeara
service manager for Nordyke-Mar-mon
Co., of Indianapolis, and later
occupying the same position for
the Marmon Company at Phila-de,Phi-
. , ,. ..u.-iJ
Mr. Cullins is an experienced me
chanician, having a complete know
ledge of the workings of the Mar
mon, Jordon and Auburn, and in
his present position with us, will
have entire charge of our service
department.
A capable staff of assistants have
been assigned to assist Mr. Cullins,
and your needs will have careful
and courteous attention instantly.
THIS SERVICE IS YOURS AT
ANYTIME
W. C. Norris Motor
Sales Co.
701-703 S. Main St. Phone O-5300
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