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ECTION B. TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 1. 1020 BE PRf PABED Tulsa "Published Weekly b BOY SCOUTS K5he DO A GO)D TURN DAILY Scout (he Tulsa Counci v AMERICA ill for ttr iM trn year. Thin 1 morr fully fXplilnrd in tho nlgniiii HMIMM of the i hut trout oxi.ii til i. It lii hi-llfVKi that thla mM-tlrm of couta from dlfornt imliona, nil rn till rnSSaja ac-nt out by the wln Inajlon Mltal for their Ix-nefflt. - Trx.ll k.lllll Hoy hi out. All liili'iii.iitoiiiil Honil. The frnttrnal and i'ilu iitlonal vlnlt to Knf litrol, Fiance aiol Hi'l- Klum of 101 tioln Hil l fl.'i acout d'avorlnK to ahow III name tplrlt. ii.iilim leprrai'iitlng the Hoy HrouU;wlll In reality he a niri'ttnsj of of America, Mil uion the Invlia-; junior leanue of nation. Hon of the Uritu.li Hoy rUout .mu- Th apf.lt of n,(l w, pr.vn,. flatlo,, will lulu l,.,r the world ., RAka ,, , nrt tnfr IB n Inipreaalv manner the work w) , MfntB ,,1K,,,nPr ,. foi lo hood which linn o ffaUhully i,.,-i- -..-..ir,- t,,,n,.,, i i. i,., .. In en done hy I IiouhhiuIh of volunteer .,,.,n,.i., ,. v...i..... 1 . - - If u,u.Ht.'i during in,, pail dacad ni)ln an(1 lh jrathrhood of Ood. Ti,,... It t i . .. , . ' It in to he hoped .mil I" lleved that rOOp ,0 I own eair.p drM n luceaa; I can well new parnpraph thn -Scout Kx- ma ImporUnt rMUlt Of thla, th ttral Wi W ' On Friday, July jj. r meMlntl ?.ppf.'l", th an"l,,,y '" f"1 ,or ehana:M ,,, ,,,., . . , , f ,,,,, , ,i,e: ' to order with thriteenl ll. llJJTS to Tin- RooMaa, Ok The RmUm hlatorj ol th world, will b .. pub Troon Standing I p to Jutu 10 woutu, three offloera and In vlnltor , "oa ana le.l them that none Tlie itkle. what an Mtpt llTI a apprn latlon of the MOUUMWUr, prenent. hrml ahort talk wire," U" " "oon fret ,h'lr kln''- word. It teem to mini up eveiy in keeping with the hrli-f hut thi ill-1 Troop No 2, 1-2, troop No. made hy vitltor and rontest were neM u'' . known degree of greenrena yet each lug eliiiinnj or one of the f i vo 1. troop No (I, 7. troop No Indulged In. A horn nnd rider I UCCaedlng hatch of rookleH neeme neon's who are taking the far weet-4. !:. troop No 7. Illl troop No tournament between the Tiger and Cottiplng Time AVflr frocnci thai) th preceiling one The.i'in lii in hla country, who, In f'. 4 5.9. iroc.. .. SJ Jiv. trooj. No the Houlh Knd patrol wna the main r".mr,. x t t v veterans tell how they fooled 'em all "peaking M B Bagln Hcout nt a I, "1. troop No 177 S;'4, Hoop No. r ('.from friends there lighted with nil tliti de. feature on the program. The Tn.' r." In their time rame off Vtetorg. Another ronleati'"" ,0 l" noM A"""' 2. 'IllWfg haa he Thia year nn uaual. farewell luncheon in New York, n great demand In 1'i.iu h d l.ti ililiat not to him tott of tiiK-nf-wnr In which fcout mauler I "harp nt heado.ua i tem and bring camp fnf "cot Mrctchei" and mgf)y to Ms VOOUtrrlaataf btlOnfad the IjiForge and Aexintant Seoutniater '0"' ooxen Bg that eaine may bo ' a acout haa been (out on a nlid credit for that title of Bugle peoul. j WHIet figured with the Tlaera on checked early next morning. Hpe-! gnoae rh lie for a package of Income la aver fifty OOUatWeg the prtact p!e ,.f tlie liny n out tnoyctnent are , 1M; troop 11. 111. No ij nnn No. 17 Iti No U, troop Nil kim-iii' Readqaartrra offiiv i liarmMi'ri. Ileane Reborn. John Shleppey and I French Anderaon. HmMenly there appear the Three Wo rd Wltrhea, who after milking a blood red flin' from one of the (n Mtg In the of fice, npenk In a mournful voice: Peano Roberta, triy atatute tall ! ahall never be I Hut aa yon owl In vender tree Thou aha.lt be wlae John Sflleppey. thy ong ahall aoon be heard Sing a aong of keeping houae, A pocket full of nalla. Forty eleven dtffi pane Scriibbffig broomg arid patla Frctich Andemon, thou nhalt he ! called a rnodcrn lyirelel. Thou haet a charm for those who t are paaalng by SHUTTERS MAKE CLAMOR iiiM'i nbnut Irylllg to rtlwnvpr th OAlltt of thr f.nrry. At Riirh mnnwn!, rxrltPfi rrowdi Mil rrptlit Hnv i .inor which In BUI li to i In Ittlfttlon Pit -kporkAtp) AVi.lt thrmi'iv if u'h opportunlUM Soft p be S nrnfnrn, t r t fikiTH and mttirtclnni nnthw Bfow4i hy thlt vlrr. In any TwikUh eily th clrcu- ;r(itn f a minor th.u a mnvpmcnt In to ,o Htartd atcn.nHt ChrlRtUn will t auHft nil tii American mi (rk (topi i w ' "Uhtn a few mlnnt, .nl ftMiitntly t hi nolnv clofltftf of lh fhopH f .tin th r11rloij h itrt'rt of the Mimlrm Into kCtlt fl Mr Wlllet g aide and Iho Soatk Knd- r'''1 aaaeliad are being provided for tacka, while nn eml of them haTI era on Mr La Forge' lde. The "n ,n 'fain and the tent leader been making aearche for round Tiger were again vletorlou. I leave the f I ret. In order to et up' square and lefft handed monkey About 12 have been taken 'xmp before the other arrive at 4 ' wrrnchc Mere' to the rookie, during the lant week hv our ecnut ' p rn Wednesday. August 4 The may they live long and prper. Huffalo Scout Trail. Buffalo, n y. irMKM the rirrle. rtev W II Stubhleblne of Skla took wae a vlaltor at headquartera this week. ranging from nature etudy. lgnat-' apeclal awards and badge are ready. ling, first aid. Judging, to hiking and B" no7"' "e praparaa 10 win ome map making. i Bplerdid cnmpflre program have The Individual troop ronteet of o""11 arranged and plenty of good niir troop end thi week. Friday "aalg," too. In slinrt, a glorloua ntoa-it the s, nut ranking highest In ''""H' Mr In primlapd. pli'nta will be awarded the guard 1 rope nnd a scout knife. Thi la a Scout Exchanav cloe rare. The Tiger patrol old SOS pound Th" local Hoy Scout headquarters Wlrclcs 4'luh l iking hoi i apon boyhood Thirty four of thaag COUttlriag are sending delagallona to tin- lataraatMaal eontt (amboraa at London At the Mr .lame It llngnn, soon to he a Jamboree there will be conerenOOg ronimleloned eeslalant ecoutmaster among the lender of scouting from I of troop lx. will nrrnm'iwy the Wnrli In the world oyer Silently but effec tive! i a u Wilt lion' be seen n hond the Wlrele club ha : f international good will and peace of magailns last Saturday, making received regularly paper published $r This raise the patrol treas ury 1i IS 6. Thoe leaving for Tahlequnh today from our troop are. Asltant Scout master Wlllet, Aeslstant LnFnrgn and Private Va'r i Tvrtrj- La Forge. Tuesday evening we nc!d our weekly elgnalllng school at the First Praabjrtertan church. Wa ar drilling for n signalling stunt In semaphore to be given July 30, at our troop entertainment. Kenneth and Keed Swindler will leave for Arkansas on their vacation about August 4. They expect to be gone several weeks. I j Troop NO. 6 and 7 A rousing good time we had at our regular meeting held Jointly with troop No. 7 on last Tuesday. The new gym equipment was given its first leal tryout. In a ehort time li will all be In shape for full gymnas tic prk and every jroiit Is elated over the prnpeets ahead of him. L. J Rooney, with whose presence we Were honored at thle meeting, gae the boys some very Instructive work In athletic His talk and demonstration along thla line proved a great success with the novo and showed that they were keenly Intel ested In his athletic work. James Hogan, who , I to accom pany the gOOUta from troop fi nnd 7 to Camp Tahlequah, was Introduced to the boys at thla meeting. They all gavo him the gcout handclasp nnd are anticipating a wonderful tlmo under hia leadership. Mr. Hogan la to ho oommiasloned assist ant scoutmaster In troop No. 6. Another Interesting visitor with whom we were honored on this oc casion was Mr. vVosiclowskl. a brother to Scoutmaster Wealelewakl of troop No. 7. Mr. Waaielewskl has "some Interesting stories to tell us about his extensive travel In tonnertlon with the Ked Cross dur ing the past year, besides we are expecting a great deal of help from him along the lines of first aid. In his short talk in which ha Omr'hnH I on Siberia, China and Japan, he atarted something that will have to be finished In subsequent meetings, lie haa prouilaod Us bis aaslsUnce In tho future. The following boya have put In application for Camp Taiilecjuah: patrol Leaders Bohan and Tally, Scout Gallagher, Candidate Ma rooney. Our regular Irl-w-eekly hike to Parthanla was held on Saturday. July 24. Thomas Hanratty, who has been attending school In Washing ton, D. C, but who Is now spending his vacation in Tulsa, was a visitor with us on thlg hike. During his summer atay here he has been as sociated with our troop and Is be eswing quite a favorite. hy Hoy Scouts from many diff. i.i t rurres and for the benefit of those who cannot read these, papers, we believe It would Interest our reader heen suspended for the summer or until the return from California of Chartag and Morfnan Webster The equipment that wa Installed .it the home of Charles Webster will be J again put In shape for receiving snd h is been forged during thi pM d. cade which, if wisely Strang thanad dining tho Immfdia'e future years, in iv hold the nation,, of the world boy of troop Tahh quah together In pi .ice and amity thioiigh r,i aval y alorm. The delegation whb h goes to rep- endlng wireless message and It I resent our roumry win strive ,,. ,v , . , I the Interpretation or the t-cvnitng hoped that Texarkana mil oon 'ke. h r followad bf by placing some of their news In her place with the other scout !njtn Hoy Si outs of Ameilca under our Tulsa Scout column Hence thi the country who are daily receiving the leadership of the national rnun- work at McAlest l ion Itnmnr of Trnnble firings Dnam oKi rbialng of window. fVNKTNTINi U'LK. July 11- 1 Iran ahtittara have probably saaaa4l more riots massacres nnd p igroius in the Levant than political aglintois All shops in the near cast are pro vld d with rolling Iron shutters which work In Iron groove When Camp they are banged down they make i la much noise as a machine gun r'N'erv time there Is minor of miv sorui aaaniMva apent "0" of Imubl some timid morenani at McAI-st.i where::';1""1, 1"". h" "A' "V"'". I" K?'?1 iiih M tii' pti.iMv hiiii'h uivf-niiK i' rn np, othitr mff hi nil i"v Inrtantiy nitii iin ti ji in 1 1 an1 7 to Mr I.tndlv tho woo k -onrt lilt Htiy PjOOUtl Kv- hi in Mr Lindiy ttriKlnnto Mothers! Read This- Soma ineri-hami have hern auhatittuing an imitation one-pi a suit fur childteni 1 to 8 years, under tho name of Kovcralls. Thi name is our RajiRtfM I iommon-law trademark, and rati only l rightfully used on fOoit inado !y ui and bearing tho nama Kocralls. ( h ,p,lt..CoTtr4n.or "Korarall,," thla nam nlien Had on nr one l ice garment for tMI- dfvn is an Infiintnient, unlet the garment it mad bf I-evl SttitiM Si L.O. e ,,,, . . I he and hia nts fol ' i, r that 1 13 2 OVERALLS Ueg. L.S. I'm. 1)0. LEVI STRAUSS R CO, la St.. Sa Praiaa , . -i. 111 BNAMCMI, I, . t ' .'.'..' i, l H Yoik. n..-,'.i. tud riukloib l i- tblctao. "l Madlub in . ocTini .f- jmm Wr l ii. nuMsnr iwiMt, ,- l. I U i k ic MM KOVERALLS aj LEVISTHAUSS&CQ .VN f HANQiCACAL LOT AGC the public beeomea panlaky and Card of Thanks Following Is a letter received from Mrs. Alex W. Spenco, chairman glrla' work committee, Dallas, Tex as; by scout executive: "I want to thank you again for all that you and your boys did to help us have a camp. I am person ally grateful, for I should probably be without a trunk nnd my clothes today If It had not been for the gal lant service by tho Hoy Scouts as I waa leaving. It was very gcod of you to serve us a you did, and wo are most grateful. I hope that your MOTHER! California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" Syrup of Kig only look for the name California on the package, then you are aure your child la having the beat and moat liurmleaa physic for the little atomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Kull directions on each bottle. You must gay "Cali fornia. 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