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TULSA DAILY WOULD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER . 1920
SENIORS WIND UP
POLITICAL FIGHT
Seth Hughes Named Pres
ident Following Hot
Class Campaign
USE MODERN SYSTEM
Students Carry Out ProKrnm
in Behalf of CiincHdntea;
l'lncnnl Blackboards
Krth llimhen, popular student In
TtllH.1 high n' lmnl, wan elected pres
ident of the si-nler class Tiiemtny f"t
IiiwIiik n hot pnllttcitl rninpnlKn of
two wreka. Other uriilur oil' I"
fleeted were: Helen V U-i. vlca-
presldfnt; ItciiliPti Kniifnmii.
retnry; Krnnk Ahliotl. In.uauriir:
Mis Margin-it Cnlnpli'll mid Traey
Potty, si-nut".
Unllki' Miy other elertlnn of offi
cer rvri (-.indui-li-d In Tulsa blub
choot. the rnnilldnies plnnm-d nml
carried .nit impnlKtw along i''K
lilar pollll. nl llni-i. using platers,
handbills, mid i.i ili. Campaign slo
gans wi-ri i lin n on thj lilnik
boerd Ui m'i thr dim room.
Olhei raii'il'liHi-H for the presi
dency wT" i'i 1 i'l' Ilrownflnld and
l..rti-r Mh.ni Mhi Wooden won over
Hani I.'iUc in i lif nic of inn vice
prosl.1' mi y Iti-iiben Kaufman nml
l.'ninK AI1I1..H w.ti li)' very largo inu
jorltle. In the aenntorshlp ennlcst
Miss Campbell received the largest
number of votes, whlln Trnry Dotty
won over MlM Melon Thnckory by
only two votos.
ltarrv.lt Here Todau;
Will Help Guardninen
Organize a Mattery
Oniric I". llarrott, of Oklahoma
Clij, adjutant geiiem! for ltn
Okl.iliiun,i National glintd will be
In Ttihn tonight nml Thtirsd.iy in
the Intend of a Imlli'ry of lii-uvy
firtllli-ry wlilili In In he organized
liy i hw Tnli unit of I lie cum. I.
Wluli' Unrri-ll' visit lire Is
miillil fur the purpoae of perfect
ing lli" organisation of tli" -loiy,
he will nlrni make nn Inspee
linn of th guard tt ml II x new r
inotv, nrrnrillng to Major Jiiiiipi
A. 1111
Man fur Hie new Itnltnrj wlili h
I to liu n motnrlM.il nffnlr pf torn
"lftS's," farnoin during the war,
are helrm rapidly rntiipli'ted se
rin ding to Major Hell. The Am
orlmn I'kIoii will hav' charge
I of thi batiiTy and mi iillMnmnt
! ilrlvi. h lo In. Instituted shortly
' to ri'i'iill men for Its npi-nitlnii
Ujt-K' vvli'n men will In glvun a
flraferaneaj for poMltloim on Ui
liutlnry
HEILBRON TO ST. LOUIS;
Willi Mr-. Ilillliriiii Iff ( to At-
lend ('onri'ic-nic of iitloiml 1
l'lclil UorlriH lloily.
Itlrlmnl JK'llliroii, eiliieiitlonnl ill- i
rorlar of tli" I'lml Chiltlnn oluiroli. ,
nml Mm. Ituilliinii will liavc thl'
I'Vimlim for Hi. loiili lo fiilm1 tin'!
iinniitil ronfiTi'iirw of Ilia nntlonnl'
flM vJirltir' iimlocliillon. wliloli I
u pri.pi'ilH tln IntfMuitlonnl conven
tion of llm Dlm'IplPfl of CIiiIhi. TIii
niMiocliitliiii. rompoiii'it at imtl'iniil
woiKitk, nihil- nrhon workri nml
oillinrN of c-li u r li imlillnliiiiK liiiin-H
nml p'Tlmlditlx, will ht In irlon
OctohiT M nmt 1H. Mr. Ili'llhron
in rllKllilc lo ntti-nd by vlrfiif of hl
IHOHi'iit offli'i'. uinl th fnrt tlmt h
In (llnlrlrt lllhlo rliool giipnrllltnil
ili'tit 1n (itilnlioiim mid wha for miv
on ynm editor (f two chutrh imiihii-zlnrM.
City liricfa
Where lo Register
tllllll' I llllll II IH I" 1 llllllllllll'l'. (
At th" mwllNK o till- ri-HKIollll
work i urn Hi 1 1 tie Ht tin1 V. W. O. A.
Tui'mlHy ii.in. tin' followliiK inon
Hern appolnti-d m n roiiimltlpo lo
nrrnngf fur llm iiIIhIimi workom'
omifi-ri'ii' v to li hclil Ht I'm UihiiIh
tmrlc rViliirdiiy nml Hnmliiy, Oclolii-r
10 and .11 I.. C Mnrriiy, IS. (1, Cuii
lilni.'hmo. It K. Wllllmnnon, IIukIi
CiwiwiII mil II. V tlriint
Allan Ayency to Hold
Medina Here Friday
On KrldHy nml Hfitnid-y ihi- Allm
lliKtlliiiuo innipnn.v will hold an
ni-ni y iiipi'IIiik In Tulnn. nnd prrim
nill'iiiH nil' li'lnn nnidi' to i-nfi'i'tnln
150 ci xr-iiin from Okliili'irnii, 'I'l'tnH,
Ark nn mm nml Knni. A ptourutn
Iinm lii'i-n nriniiKi'd for two dnyx of
fill: mid I.IIHllir-n. At tlllfl UDi'llMK
llm iirKmilwitlon of t li r llnmlipil
'riiouHHinl Uollnr iltih will Iki i-oiii-pluind,
Tli" A Mum ! n 'I'lilmi i on
corn, nnd Ihi. Iinmi- offlu- i-xpn ip
In mnkii IliH incline a rci-oid-,
l)ionllnK iiv -i.t.
Allt AM) MltH. W. U. OAUD
in'i of U l-licriioii, Knn., hnvp re
nnliy innvi it to Tlllta nml Will llvn
hi ttif I'lnzii court, cliirdner N
ronniM tod with Uoundit nnd l'ortr
l.umbnr I'onitlnny.
I
.hl. AND MIIH. KltANK K I NCI I
of KnmrtK Cliy werp In Tulsa Mon
dny on their way lo WanhltiRton. D..
C. lo ntti.nd th nntlonnl convpntlon
of thp AmfrU'n llmikcrn iimocIii
Mori.
KHBD II. IIOWI.ANIJ, Ifml of
thi Kcwn'i Oil mid Onu company
of TltiMVllln, l'n., wan in thu city
jjnniUy on hUftlncM,
I,, ri. (!IKI.U(OAIUN:) DISNBY
of Mimkocve Kn Tulaa lnltor.
.r. Ut'HU riiiniONH la In Okla
lioma t'lly tndny on 1iuiIiik.
.
.1. WIMTK .JOIl.VHON hart rr
turni'd from a trip lo tli i.aiit whnro
hu wilt to ntti-nd Hi" (1, A. H. re
union In IndlnnhpollH. Hp nlsn vlxltPd
Npw- York city and Iluf fiilfj In hU
iibHomo.
I. II. M.'MI'KIN. hanker of Cow
eta, wnfi a Tulau visitor Tilonday.
OA III. aKAUP, hop of Mr. nnd
Mm L. II. muirp of IS12 Houth Hutu
iiioit nvrnuit, him rolurilcil to bin
-Uiil'fit iluth-a tit A. & M. rolloRi-,
I
Htlllwntpr, lifter a few dny' visit at
home.
I-
KAUL A. CI.AHIC In conflind to
hi homo In Mornlnssldi- iufforlnu
from an attack of tmu-Ultls.
MAHIUAMB MCHNHKH wpro l
sUrd to Mm following Tumday ! the
cleik of county court. (Icorso C. All
hrlRht. 27, and Oladya Htvjirt, 19,
Tula; William O. Klmch, 22, nnd
Myrtlo Holomon, 19, IJulsii; Jnmt-a
McClaln, 21, Tulfi and Jane Wilson,
19, I'awhuska, UI1U Clllton. 24, and
Rva llrown. 2, flprlnji field. Mo.:
William It Coffney, f2 and llcrtlri
I.. Hwrni, 35, TUlsA.
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tli ii v. a rrv ,n. Mr. rtn,l'
Mt. Thoilorii Cor, wliu a Htudent
of Oklahoma university, had ro-
turned to school after a few daya'
visit at homo with lib) parcnla.
1'HTITIONS KOH divorce were
filed In district nnd Kaipcrlor courts
Tuesday by Mary IXibblna against
Tonv Dobbins: Uobnrt M. Burton
apnnst Dorothy Jiurtor. Clrr,. .
Merry against John Merry '
dhcukks oF'iTonrp .
Brantcd Tuesday In iIis'mm
Matbo Pace acalnm , 'j
Hawklnw nitaliist J ! It iwkins, 4
The Man Who Had Everything" Starring
Jack Pick ford Begins Tomorrow at Majestic
city.
ret.
1. U. W. Itcnshaw. 123 North Main.
2. John Heritor, 124 West llrady.
3. J. W. Mils. 314 Wi st I'lrMt.
4. W. II. KlKln, .TIT Knsl T' l d.
B: llumphny nnicorj', KIkIiMi and
lloHtnn,
0. Mnry Sunderjon, County nsms
ora nfflco.,
7. H. O. Ilrowil, 61 Weal Vlfth,
I'lyuioiith DniK store, No. 2.
8. J, C. OoulHon, 1220 Wcat Archer,
aCniilson Krocory.
fi. A. .. CJrenn, 034 North Main.
10. .1. II. Itiinyon, 421 North llostnn.
11. Morrln KoonberK, (141 Haul Ad-
mlra.
13. C. A. Wanl, C01 Houth Norfolk.
13. M. J Croft, 1214 Kant Fourth.
14. W, H, DuKKlna, 12R3 South Do-
trolu
15. Tom Hharkle. Tenth und Main,
It. Mrs. J. C. Uurnott, 71 1 Houth
Jackson.
17. Central Hard ware store, AVost
Tulaa.
IS. K. H. MilcQucon, 1731 Houth
HoHtnu,
19. C. 1. Washman, Third and lloclt-
ford. '
20. J, W, Maupln, SOB "West Knston.
21. Cal Arnotd, Hcventh nnd McCoy.
22. Mrs. A. It, Thomas, Hovcnth and
Main.
23. Q, V, Champman, C30 North
l'eorla.
24. John Itnlney, 2312 lCnst Fourth.
2P. V'. F. Anderson, 1810 lUist Ad
miral,
20. "W. M. HonibcrKcr, II to West
ChlciiKo.
27. M. P. Pollard. 1102 North Main,
28. II. It, Oonde. 1339 Illreh.
29. B. V. iMIlner, -123 fouth Zunlit.
30. John I,eyhe, 1 (131 Knst Tenth.
31. Mrw. A. J. Pcrrlne, 1135 South
HI wood.
Sanil KprlncM.
Charles Strickland, No. 1.
It. K. I.ee, NO. 2.
T. It. Adorn, No. 3,
K. N. Tales, No, 4.
Uioken Arnnv.
Mrs. John Schroder, Nn. 1,
Mm. Mary MoAnaltv, No. 2.
Mm. AV. a. McQotchle, Holes town
Khip. licit lirk.
Monroe Neal, No, 1.
N. K. Maj'H, No. 2.
Illvby.
neorRo Wllcif, No. 1.
I A. FearH, No. 2.
A. 11. llynum. Fryo township.
Iuii. .
Charles Obirst, l.ymio, No. 1.
Frank Hustnd, No. 2,
Da n nun.
AV. T. Uretton, No. 1,
K. T. Marifln, No. 2,
. Dolaney, No. 3, ,
ill'llLx.
A. 51. KnualH.
AVIlllH-SprliiK.
Forest Kramer.
, , Wi-klow'ii.
John Hall, No. 1.
H. C. NfNblt, No. 2.
llrady llrown, No, 3,
. U1IKM,
Frupk PhllllpB, No. 1.
H. C. AVysehe, No. 2.
N, 11. MoiiKcr, No. 3.
. KklntiKik.
C F. Hocers, No. l,
Oeorirn limlKht, No, 2.
At ColllriHvlllo tho city clerk will
act us reglstmi.
Tako the propar amount of humor,
pathos, thrills, dc luxe bi'Ih and the
best screen talinit obtainable, mix
to n perfect blendlnK and "Tho Man
AVho Hud Kverythlng" will bo thu
result.
Jack Plokford Is featured, and his
support Inuludcn Lionel Mulmorc,
Shannon Day, tho "baby vampire,"
enKiiued by (loldwyn especially for
tho pfetiire from tho Midnight Krollo
In Now York, and Prlacllla lloniiar.
A now dii li co feature 1h Introduced
by Mlsa Day. Tho piece do resist
anco of tho picture, which will come
to thu Macstlc theater Thursday, is
Lenore'n boudoir. For exotic at
mosphere this llltln iiutsU-rplccn of
Interior dccorntlm; Jinn no equal.
ICvery artlclo In tlu sultr, from the
most conspicuous to tho most, oh
neure. was especially di-stKiied, and
.carrlcn out tho spider web motive, of
inn apartment, mu noun noara or
.Lonoro'a bed Is n, great W'eh carved
from teak wood, and tho foot posts
I nre two nude feminine figures mod
1 elli-d nfter the old Knypttan reliefs.
A gold lined alcovo, woven with sil
ver threads, la tho sanctum whero
I.hnoro prepares tho mysterious toil
ettes that luro tho unfortunate fly
wlthlh. her net.
The quality that marks n moving
jilcturu for succcsa or failure; tho
story quality, wa tho first consid
eration for lhl picture, "rho Man
Who Had Kverythlnu" Is a good
story and that la tuylng uvorythlng.
-lv.
m r
TO DARKEN HAIR
APPLYSAGE TEA
Lock Yoimg! Brinj? Back Its
Natural Color, Gloss and
Attractiveness.
Common garden sngo brewed into
n heavy tea with sulphur nddi-d, will
turn gray, ntrenked and faded hair
ht-atittfully dark and luxuriant. Just
n few applications will prove a reve
lation it your hair is fading, ntreaked
or gray, Mixing Urn Bago Tea und
Hulphur roclpo at home, though is
troublesome. An easier way Is to
get a hotUn ot wvU- Sago and Sul
phur Compound at iy drug store
nil ready for im ThU U tho old
tlmo roclpo rmpro"- ', t tho addi
tion of other tacrwrtantM.
AVlillo wispy, fray, failed hair is
not sinful, wo all dralre to retnln our
youthful appearance and attractive
ness. Ily darkening your hair with
AVyoth'a Sago nnd sulphur Com
pound, no ono can tell, because it
does it ho naturally, so evenly. You
just dampen a hikjnko or soft brush
with It and draw MiIh through your
lialr, taking ono email strand nt n
tlmo; by morning all gray hairs luno
disappeared, und, after another ap
plication or two, your hair become
beautifully dark, glossy, soft and
'luxuxlantrrAdvU
The
Great
Railroad
Builder
James J. Kill
said: "If
you want to
know whether you are going to
be a success or a failure in life,
you can easily find out. The
test is simple and infallible.
'Are you able to save money?
If not drop out. You will lose.
You may not think it but you
will lose as sure as you live. The
seed of success is not in you.
"Save money" is now the
accepted first step toward suc
cess. It is no longer a question
of why you should save but
where you should save. With
your ability in saving the Ex
change Trust Company com
bines its efforts in serving. It
offers you -service and pays you
to save. Begin today.
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less than a month
A CERTAIN North Texas wo
man wanted to get thin. Since
she had married, her weight had
crept up until her whole appearance
had changed. From an attractive
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Holland's Magazine, entitled "New
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Katherine Leslie Gordon. She
found these articles were written
expressly for the women of the
Southwest. Our stout friend wrote
Miss Gordon arid received instruc
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Were followed. In less than a month
fifteen pounds had disappeared. In
another month she had regained
her trim, youthful figure 1
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