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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1020.
SAME OLD BUNK USED IN 1916 Wilson's Last Election Secured on False Pretenses. COX CRY FALLACIOUS i , ml l tT Asks for Election mat no jlay Keep us Out as wn son Did Not Do. 'NEW CHURCH IS OPENED u" bo lul'H' momm at io k.; I'nUt'il I'rcbju i-liii .Mine In Tliclr Sew North Kldo Quarters. Hold ScrtlM'A. TS!k United I'rcsbytetlan ounfrro Ration ylll begin holdlnc serviced In thrill now church building on Chey enne iini Kin if itrcct -Sunday moni tor, October 3t Ait the new church furniture will he delayed for xomo tlmo the lower floor will bo uho1 ti'liilx.ir.nrlly. Tbo Wblo ncliuol Mill meet tU DM5 as usun.1 for rewKsin l7nttnrt of classes, appointment of roorr Jil other matter pertaining to tho opor.mif, Whfrh vlMIT InLn tl.n .1 . . ..... ,,,v iviiii .1 nivtlli mill' llllV ...l-ftm.,,,, KAii.tl I. u..' jxmiiff lndl(v. entltkd Hunt."- Preaching nt 7-30 In the evening with special music. Chris tian union services at i!:30. Itomehibcr nil services front now on will bo heht In tho r.ow olmrcL. on tho first floor1. Announcement of tho dedication will tin mncy In due lime, contingent upon the arrival of tho furnlhli . The publlo Is Iimmi cordially Invited. Thin la n comma tilly church, erected for the ftlt i-y of fod undi Uio salvutlon of man. l'liiniiii Chmi on Trial. DUNCAN, Hcpt 2 -District .Ttntirn I.Vnti ...lit ff.MtmMn dm -iMllnr 'Tho lx j torm of Stephens county district court hero next Monday, Tho larscst docket, both criminal nnd civil, ever arranged In tho history of tho county, will ho worked on. Koiir Thc,"'yrlncl al rervlces of tho day Charles K Ncwenmli Is the u.vitor uiurder canes nr set for trial nt this term, IncludliiB tho notorious llnttlo llolcomh trial which wan tranHferred from Jefferson county. 'Jhls.caso has resulted In ono conviction for which tho alleged paramour of Mrs. llol comh In now nerving a term In tho stalo penitentiary for the murder of tho woman's husband. At tho tilal of Mm. Iloleomh. hero last fall tho Jury fulled to resell an agreement, j IW WILLIAM HOSTIin. No unusual power of analysis Is nrwiry to tinu in mo in " campaign "hich tho democratic Srty I . waging, an exact parallel to fhe i Wilson campaign of four .years, 1Sr'our years ago, tho Inmocracyl uicd a contlnuanco In power he Sum Mr- Wilson had "kept us out t war" In tho present campaign r Wilson and Mr. Cox oak a still , further extension of power lo dem ocracy, again on tho plea that they will keep us out of war. .... J In 191 the appeal was to all that sordid, selfish, nnd dcbaslnc In nirn- Tho neoulo were iked to continuo Mr. Wilson In tho ...Mrnev In tho face of a world on ling In uccesf ling in the tminnce, menu .... Mccessfully played tho cupidity of the profiteers, nnd tho mawkish .sen tlmrnt of tho pacificist. ngalnt tho undoubted patriotism of thcAmcrl-, ""an people. As fj temporary- ex pcdlcnt tho unspeakable slogan ' Ho vent us out of war." served tho lm-, mVdlato purpose for -which It was In tended. Tho peoplo wero caught off their balance, nut before- the tlmo, arrived for Mr. Wllsort's second In augural, tho inevitable- exposure of .h. nrntnnse under which ho hid secured tho ofice eamn In a re awakening or ammra,. )' '' ' which materialized ono month fol lowing tho second Inaugural in the declaration of war. Mr. Wilson didn't keep tta out of v-Mnia fhn ntttmeed nation ality of the American people, and tho tiatrlolism wnicn ua -then the emors'tney has arisen, wrrled the nation Into tho worldcon fllct In splto of every effort made hy Mr. Wilson and tho democratic ad ministration. Now tho democracy again pro- ... - .-.nt r.f war" ana by precisely tho tamo method thati was used In 1916. Then, tho appeal was to ur cupidity and to thoi nvsterla of a people knocked Mia eickened by thb universal conflict, Nqw tho appeal' is to an impractical . tH-innnrv Idealism. In tho pur suit of which tho American peoplo are asked to sacrifice all that is vital In tho government under which we have maintained tho liberties won for us by the fathers. For "He Kept us out of war," dem ocracy has substituted. "We'll keep you out of war," and this la the solo difference between the campaign of 1916 and the campaign of 1920. Tho appeal In U16 wan to eupl.llty aid pacifism; tho appeal of 1920 Is to that false altruism which takes no head of national lnterdtn, national Eplrlt, or national honor; whlcH ev evcry princlplo and Ideal upon which ihn Mv,fnmint nf thn ITnltod States was founded and would strew tho , wayside with tho wreckage of ireo and Independent government In Oho pursuit of a mere chimera. No more than it waa. possible In 1916 for Mr. Wilson to keep us out of war. after the spirit of American Independence had enmo face to face with the menace of the hun, would It bo posslblo for Mr. Cox now to keep us out of war under any of tho provisions of Wilson's league of na tions. For tho samo reasons that the American peoplo took up tho (word In 1917, given tho samo mcn-i ace to their sovereignty, and to their Independence, they will again tako up tint nwora, leaguo or no league. If thli were not 'so thcro would bo no nope in me tuiuro oi xreo popular government. But this Is not all that 1s to bo said with respect to Wilson's league dkoand.i not only thit thcro shall; offeserved to tne Amoirican people tie right, and the solo right, to de cide r hen their Institutions are- In danger and the sword shall be drawn Jn thlr defense: but tho spirit of lAaierlca likewise demands that tho, people of America shall not be com pelled, save of their own free win, to take up the sword in tho quarrels of other p-nples to the uttermost parts of the earth., In 1916 "ho. kept us out of war" only until tho votes had been coun ted. Under Wilson's lrnguo of na tions wo would be' kept out of war only until the IcngUo council should decree when and whero American hlood nnd treasure wero next to be wcnriced. Clothes -quality is clothes -economy YOU get the full force of the economy of good quality when youcome here for beys' clothes. They're not very low priced yet, but t that's rthe best reason for buying them; because in such clothes as these you get all the value you pay for. Hart-Schaffner & Marx Boys' Clothes Sampeck Boys' Clothes are made for economy; they're such clothes as will pay you to get for your boy. , Boys' One or Two Pair Pants Suits for school or dress wear; all'woolen fabrics and styl ish new models for fall. $16'75 $19J5 Jhe Hand-Tailored Suits for Boys ma'de by -Hart Schaffner &.Marx $25$30.$35H0 with one or two pants. Copyright 1920 Hart ScliafTner & Marx Overcoats for Boys The tailoring, the materials, are as good as "dad's" - beautiful colorings and new models, $20 $25 $3Q to $40 S i iiik is Tim jiiphi ri t Lnu. whole proposition. This is tho sub-' Manco of the ..Wilson and Cox ap peal Success In 1916 depends, as It depends In 1920 on tho ability of tho democracy to catch the American! "fople off their balance. It is un-, ...mauie mai una can do aono iwico n succession. Mrs. D. C. Morrison who has spent &U the s'lirmcr In California, has returned homo. Mr. and Mrs. J. Webster Jones ho have heen visiting m Los An Eelcs, Cal., will return October 1. Mrs, Grant C. Stebbcns Is -hdtlng in Marseilles, ill., nnd expects to ro lurn homo In early October. " Eyes tested, glasses correct , ly fitted By an experienced optometrist, to $7, Kxnmlnatlon free, "ring your children. iiiroriU (ilmn, nnd llifr don't cnt '""fSO Htlmr. With thee Kryplok In. ,7" .. on tun w to thread ;n ilnet nrnllr nnd i n mile awy "ronili thr Mm leiwe holumyfr Mil iimr Ulon iround Intn the ilmr !"" '" "TtmriilK, no mra, rini.o "nifmbiT tld. i our pmrrUitlon I'"eii smiiml In Tulwi hy b rrlluhle "iiolnuiie oetlral compuiiy, bitl.tuctlou lu&r&jitedd. John The Ring Alan lift". ' 1,1 ""O"' Ito'ton Ae. M llotk Houth nf lrUro Matlon. i i i o h I E I 0 a n B- B B B B B B B B B I iiiiiiit-i-ii i a I! B TODAY PAY DAY Today is pay day. Thrills you, doesn't it-just g; like Christmas, Thanksgiving and the Fourth , of July! Butdoes it mean anything to you? Are you arty better off than you were last ay day?y If an opportunity should present itself where only a very little-money was required? could you grab it? Think it over, and see that thiajpav day does not pass without opening a savings account or making a deposit on die one you already have. You will find your friends doing the same thing at this bank. i TOE-3C2B NATIONAL BANK . 'OF TULSA Fourth and Main Tulsa's Oldest Bank B B B B B a a a a s a a a a a B B a B il 1 !!rdrdrdrJrirdrdrdr Beginning Today Thursday - for Women and Children F andevers This salo is not confined to a few numbers or styles, but em braces practically the entire stock of fine hosiery from tho inexpensive cotton to the very finest silk. And the grades included in the sale arc all "firsts" and perfect in every way regular stock in every instance. The reductions are shown in every instance, so you may know exactly how much you save. $1.98 Women's Silk Hose, (f Extra Special fpJLUJ Lisle topH. Colors includo frrny, moimc, beaver, henna nnd black and white. Full fashioned, nice quality nilk. RcKuIarly to $2.50. Women' Silk Hose, Extra Special Black nnd white only. Full fashioned an excellent Krndo of silk with Halo tops. Kcgulnrly $3.00. Children's Cotton Hose, 9Urt Extra Special OUL Good grndo, medium ribbed. Black and white only. Regularly COc. Children' Lisle Hose, Extra Special .... Exceptionally good grade, mercerized. Black, white and brown. All sizes. Regularly 75c. Children's Mercerized Hose, Extra Special Black nnd white. Not all sizes. Very fino grade, ribbed. Regularly 85c. Women's Silk Hose, Aff Extra Special tP..4:t) BInck" and while only. Full fashioned, very fino grade of silk with lisle tops. Regularly $3.50. Women' All-Silk Hose, Extra Special tDO.Oi Very fino all pure thread silk in black and white; no colors. Full fashioned. . , Rcgulnrly $5.00. s $2.95 Women' All-Silk Hose, Extra Special All puro silk top heel, foot and toe. Full fashioned and most ex cellent grade silk. .-Regularly $.1.00. $3.95 Womcii'a All-Silk Hose, Extra Special Fino heavy grado all thread all silk. Full fashioned black white. Regularly $5.50. puro and Hose,' CLQkr 59c $1.29 Lisle 69c Women's Lisle Extra Special Good grade of lisle, in black only. Regularly 85c. Women' Lisle Hose, Extra Special Full fashioned. Black, white, navy, pink, chnmpngno, slate and nickel. Regularly $1.50. Women' Mercer bed Llsl.c Hose, Extra (JJ1 OA Special tPJL.Oi Black, white and cordovan. Full fashioned nnd excellent quality. Regularly $1.75. and Their Fall Interpretations The blouse section is radiant with the new fashions, jntcrprc tating the Balkan, the surplice, tho tie-around and tho other in novations of the new season which arc attracting so much attention. Tomorrow wo introduco new styles in suit blouses in georgette, georgette and satin, taffeta and sfttin. Styles that will make instan ap peal for their correct and smart lines. Colors includo all tho new ideas. Prices from $12.00 to $35.00. . Illouso M-rtlon, Third floor. Womcii'a Fancy All-SilU , Hose Reduced Including lace stripes, all-over lace, and em broidered clocks. Black, white and colors. $3.50 Fancy Silk Hose $2.95 .$4.00 Fancy Silk Hose $325 $4.50 Fancy Silk Hose $3.50 $5.00 Fancy Silk Hose $3.95 $6.50 Fancy Silk Hose $5.50 $7.95 Fancy Silk Hose $5.95 $10 Fancy Silk Hose $7J50 $12 Fancy Silk Hose $9S0 $15 Fancy Silk Hose $12.00 $18 Fancy Silk Hose.fffl narher Towels, Special, doten, S1.23 flood qual ity; red bor ders. Main' floor. New Store Hours PLEASE NOTICE Open nt H;iU) a. in. Close at 0 p. ni. Saturday at 0:30 p. nu ' '-i.Wi.HM I'nm Towels, Hpcclul, 30u D o u hi o huck; med ium size. -Fancy red or bluo borders. Main floor. Become a Certified Public Accountant Study Public Accounting and Auditing at the Tulffa Business College. Both day and evening 8choo for your convenience. Why study Higher Accounting by correspondence when yon can get it here? Telephone Osage 1429 and ask for details. Tulsa Business College s s Many a Pretty Face Spoiled by Pimples Don't closo your eyes tti tho wnrn lrtfr whlrh nature Klvcs, when un Hichtly pimples appear on your face and oilier parts of tho body. Not only uro theso plmpleii and splotches dlsflittirlnir, hut they lead to serious skin diseases that spread and cause . tho mont discomforting Irritation anil pain, flumetlmo they foretell Ilczema, bolls, blisters, scaly eruptions mid other annoyances that burn llko flames nt fire, nnd , make you feel that your skin Is , ablaze. I When theso symptoms appear on ) any part of tho body, tuko prompt I steps to rid the blood of theso ills- 1 orders. And thn nnn remedy whl"h has no equal ns a blood cleanser Is S. H. H tho purely vecetablo blood medicine, which hun been on tho market for morn than fifty years. It Is sold hy ch uKcltUu everywhere If you aro afflb ied vth this form of skin dlsean- d.i not expect to ua cured by lotions, ointments, salvei and other lot-nl remedies, us they can not po8sbly reach tho source of tho trouble, MU'-h. Is In the blood. lli'Bln taking S. Jt H. today, and wrlto a compleio history of your caso to our chief medical adviser who will Ktvn you special Instructions, with out charge. Wrlto at onco to Med ical Director, 827 tiwlft LuboruUry, Atlantu, a. Advt,