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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1021
!V to Lie in State From
A. iu. until i.ov
V. M. Today
IIY MOURNS DEATH
in I'rcsidcnts to Act ns
Pallbearers for the Be
St. Valentine Day, 1921,
Finds Sentiment Missing
A Ioiir litiio niro In tho dim &tono.o the music liox boiik rune, llithtly
much of tho punt not no far removed turn to lovo. Hut Hint li ,v mailer
from tin- alpha period of time of climate, not of time, this ycut'ii
Known mi "In the beitinnltiR," I v.ilt ntlno miles demonntrute, anil
woinatt was not the retlrliiK nnd that minio sprint: meltn romclctitioim
moilext woonblo creature that eho I scruples Jum nn It prods ntithfill
In now. No. In those tlmca It was j sentiments Into life, for there'-. Just
alio who took tho initiative. 8he, one thlnr; lo he mid" of Valentino
fUJi'Hll of I'0""'"''! will
iVI this afternoon at 2 o'clock
-ittir K.rt Methodist church. Dr.
At" i pastor, officiating, analst
Vr jt. v. C)enr Cowry of Cedur
., toii former pastor of the ilo
,'jnril an Intlniatn friend of tho
family- The tmdy of .Mr.
,rril wan taken to tho homo on
'.i, cluyenno nveniie .Sunday nft
,'n from the undertaking parlors
Uwlll e ',l,,, ilJ .mum iii.ri
thine where It will llo In Btato
W. ii o'clock until 1:30 n- m.. for
r nf nllmvlnir the liun.
i p"' ...... ..r .i... 7i..i i
,t tils birr
ThfN will ,,n " honorary pall
rttf, v I1 ail u.Ljiu ... inn
,. mmt)rr."i of civic bodleH of
,', Mr Leonard wan an associate,
I auemi in ic uunj .mi .ikiii
i.. '.nil hearer have been cltOKen
'-, th active bank presidents of
. !' W. Sinclair, KxrhutiKn Na
1.7t,nk of which Institution tfio
.mumI was active first lcc presl
.. nr.mt II. McCillloiiKh. Mint
,'ionnl. W- I Cowls, Mherty: Alvn
Mien, Hrnirlly Stale; .T. II. Mc
ncy, l!nk or rommereej u. u
nr I'roduerrM' State; J. M. nerry,
k1 1 .. .. ... -v V. ...... .1.
I'm rvaiioniii, .inn i. i-mm,
t.cnt of the Commercial Na
1 bank of MuskoBee. ,
Mrs. Howard N. Co Sourd of Co-
LbUJ, onto, iiaUKliier, arrived tsun-
mornln accompanied by Mr. Co
frdnnil their youiiK son, Ionard.
tT relltlives liccu m uuuiih iiiu
otuIcb are Mr. and Mis- 1.. M.
,Sntt, parents of Mrs. Leonard.
, rular Kalla. Iowa: Dr. and
iT. f Ktcphem.on of Cedar Falls,
( utter a sister of Mrs. Ieonard:
'tries U-onard, a brother of the
aM, from Itoekwell, Iowa: Mr.
i Mrs. Homer Klm'pson of West
iffi)', Iowa, tho latter Mho a sl.ster
' Mr. Leonard. Among out of
rn friends of the family nro Alifis
,i Huffman of Cedar Falls, Miss
irence Urebo of Hampton, Iowa.
and Mrs. H. Iteyiiolds of
orJtrd, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Klem
ir of IJnld. Other relatives and
:nit re expected to arrive this
Tulsi Is experiencing In the death
r Mr. Leonard a Kcnulno loss, not
rfrasa financier, but as a church
:in, a citizen and a homcmakcr
Tribute has already been paid to
.i aa a man whom uveryonn ro
KlcJ nnd held in cenulno affec-
1st. The shock of his death enmo
nipvere blow not only to tus ram--,
Mrs. Leonard, tho widow. Mrs.
t Sourd, tho daughter, and the
sr.c iion, Master Howard ix-onard,
.: to hundreds of friends who nru
ournlns hH Iosh. 'i'hu Leonard
at lnco tho nnlval of tho fajnlly
L btcn bfsU'Bed with frlunds who
.m wiled to personally express
:lr sympathy. Many handsome
rl effcrlnits aro thero that bear
:i:e but beautiful tribute. It has
n expressed by friends and met
iproval by members of the family
it flowers Rlvo way to a memorial
t will later bo erected to the
i'aory of .Mr. Leonard.
Mr. Leonard died suddenly IYIday
jrnlnf, en route homo from Hot
.rtngn, where he and Mrs. Leonard
iv been endeavoring to retain
fir health, having already lost a
nn daughter, Miss VlrBlnia ljon
d. who passed away at school In
niumbus Ohio. December 'J. Mrs.
uonard tta:es her husband seemed
lie Improving and expressed a do
:c to hasten home tu again take
D his buhlness affairs. The evening
-y left Ho 'Springs, sho says thero
K'tnea no real indisposition, oui
M Kort mith. Ark.. .Mr. Irniard
i luddcn'.y stricken with a severe
Jin m tho back of hi head, riiys-
ir.a ttfre railed at Intervening, btu
nj who did all they could for the
k m.in. He ranldlv lapsed Into
rconsttousnoFH though and Just he
re they reached Fort Smith, death
Kitf- The body was removed from
if train ut Fort Smith and later
'ought to Tulsa, tho 'private car of
V. .Sinclair with iiulto a company
. friends going to Clarcmoro' to
'i tno train and to convey the
Jy hom. Hankers In Fort Smith
"fl Ihelr Mil' tnnlf pVinrirn nf the
ricken family and escorted them to
Worthlngtou lo 'l-nllc Hen.
' A. Worthlngton, deputy gover-
IT ftf IKa 11 ............ I t.
- ,u IH'31'I VW U.IIIK
tMM City. U to he the principal
ai me weeKiy luncneon ami
t'tlr.lT nf thn A.I I Ihi. -!,.)..
Ii5Lot Hotel Tulsa Tuesday noon.
i-ntiuDKion is one or tno nest posi-
rl flnanrlnt irtnn I. II.a .....ul nnA
II',' I"1'' on general business con
0I1. He Is considered a hluh
horlty on the Federal Heservc
1..m . . .... . ., . ..
aim us iiineuons. jionnay
he will address tho Tulsa
IhtPr nf tUn 4...l.. 1n..l......
.Vulloiml nuanl Iiu-iwctctl
JJ'left flklnhoma for Colorado, aft-
"i"i'ie'!iig tno inspection or nil
th nifuu..,. 1 1
1,1, '..l"MIV llilllllllUI KUIUU
The Tnlmi hfittnllnn nt tho
11 regiment was 'checked' over
Saba Grollii "tTIilof ilnro.
D1tht P. I'rs,,.. . 1
p... V""'1' 'Tophets of the Kn
it'.. , ,5cal'n. nnd Mrs. Cone, of
iw 0ft nro lo guests this
U k Ka,,a Orotto, No, B8 He
. K1 oanquot Monday
-,,ht Hotel Kennedy
there are some people would have
us believe, dragged the reluctant
male by the hairs of his head In
stead of herself being dragged, ns
tho popular belief goes. Home peo
ple really bellevo that. Others of
us know belter. Hut suppose that
sho really did used to bo possessed
of such tin maidenly habits, the ques
tion would be, Is Miss 1K21 revert
ing to type?
For It Is tho young women who
Invested most hcaxlly In valentines
this year, a y.ear that Is record
breaking In lis sales of those Im
plements of amorous warfare, True,
everybody bought. Thero have been
bigger sales of valentines In Tulsa
Hits yuar than ever before, Bales
peopln say, and yesterday resembled
tho day beforo Christmas In those
busy marts of trade where one could
indulge one's sentimental fancies for
the price of a Valentin and a postage
stamp. Tho posiagc stamp, by the
way, entered Into it to a consider
able extent. Tho shoals of heart
sealed envelopes have put an extra
heavy burden on postofflco employen
and thero havo been far more
posted this year than usual, It was
said at the poslofflce yesterday.
And what Is mailed must have
first been bought. Thero havo not
only been moro valontlnes, but moro
favors NOld, more parties given, than
evct before, Tho ii Isles of the
places of business whole valcntlnus
wcro for silo were crowded yester
day, with tho congestion centered
auout tno Valentino counters ami
tables whoso depleted contents were
already beginning to look like tho
morning after the night before.
Kvorybody was there, young men,
who sought to 'look and sometlmei
did nonchalant, boys who bough'
as quickly and unobtrusively as
possiblu and made I heir getaway:
women, little girls with pigtails and
curls, little boys with pennies and
hoarso voices hoarse with emotion,
maybo lilgh school girls who chat
tered and giggled over their flndn,
old men, and young women mostly
young women. Which leads us back
lo the original question aro ItR
womanly qualities with which the
members of that sex that Is moro
deadly than tho male uro endowed
a mero patina under which lies
latent tho Kivage instinct of cap
ture of prehistoric times, needing
only an opportunity such as valen
tine's days to "let loose the dogs ol
Well, what Is it that theso mod
ern Dlannas of the hunt are send
ing? It used to 1)0 that tho elabor
ate, papor-lacy, heart shaped affair
carried an impassioned love message
that sworo eiiternal lovo nnd flath-
fulncss. Tho valentines of today,
many of them, aro noL that kind.
They aro symbolic of trio changing
times. They strike a flippant no;e,
maybo It Is the reaction after tho
war, the attempt to Iguoro lliu pos
sibility of hard times, or maybe it Is
Just the couching of tho sentiment
In tho vernacular of the day that
Is responsible. At any rate, tJie
saccharine sentiment of yesterday Is
Oiuuiaro the old standby, "sure
as tho vino grows 'round tho stump"
with one of these modcrultes:
"They say tho waves are pretty
Down yonder In the sen;
Hut when I'm valentlne-lng, say.
They're not as wild as nio No,
Hecall tho oaths of eternal al
ieglanco sworn by the lover of years
gone by and then witness this mod
ern Valentino declaration:
"If only you'll be my valentine,
I'll never bo false to you much."
itemembor tho fervid declarations
of lovo to tho one and only sweet
est girl In all the world, then cast
your eye upon this expression of
sentiment of modern tlme, to which
attention of tho fair one Is railed
by tho loving appellation "Yoo, Jioo,
"I'm told there's lots of valontlnes
Hut that I know Is bosh.
There's only ono and It nro you
Uli gosli! gee gosli! goo gosli
Hut even at that, suppose sho docs
send valentines, who wants to como
right out and tell a man that ho's
tho ono and only? A woman must
draw tho lino somuwherel
Thero aro valentines that nre
frankly nnd slncorely sentimental-
many of them, und many of t lie in
aro sold. Hut tho theme of these
Is moro oftun that of a closo friend
ship than It Is of true love, the
course of which never, bo they say,
mns smooth. And youthful lovers
have no monoply on tho valentines,
ellher. Theru aro other kinds of
affection recognized In them this
year; there were valentines for Dad.
for Mother, for "My Wife" If any
body was Blighted on this Valentino's
day. it could not bo blamed cither
to lapse of memory or failure to
find something appropriate, it was
Just consclonalous scruples.
In the spring a young man's fancy,
sending this year - everybody did It
Viiltiitliu Sain I -urge.
This Is the last day this year on
which lovesick swains may send to
the "flowers of their he.uls" one of
thosii beautifully decorated, elegant
ly embossed tokens of love or is
leem commonly known as valentines.
For Monday Is St. Valentino's day
when, according to almost anclrnt
custom they are exchanged,
I)cnl drug and book stores report
an exceptionally heavy sales of val
entines (hi year. While theio has
been a fair demand' for the more
expensl tokens, the heaviest de
maud has been for less fancy ones
mostly for tho small cards bearing
a picture of a modest eupld and two
or threo Hues of humorous ad
vice. Dealers said Saturday many
valentines had been sold to be used
for place cards at social eeuts on
St. Valentine's day
big class here
Muskogee Drill Team Di
rects Work for 35
Tulsa council No. 1101. Knlcht of
Columbus, conferred tho first, sec
ond and third degrees upon 3; eaul
dldates at tho old K. of C hall UOVa
South Moulder avenue. Sunday aft
ernoon. February 111. First degree
started nt 10 a. in. and the siicoud
and third degreis at 1 30 p. in. The
class attended Holy Communion In
a body at the 7 o'clock mnss In the
Holy Family church. I .idles of the
Parish served breakfast to the class
and members at tho Knights or Co
lumbus homo on South Frisco
Tho class consisted of: Tulsa
Frnnk Tottler. Jr.. Walter Henry
Slomlnskl, Fred W. Stnlba, l'atibk
I. Jackson. Joseph A. Tipton. Adii-
lick Henlnger, Itnbert L, (Irlffln, J.
O. Connor, Gabriel Cartler, Hubert
I . Connor. Dennis J. Kelly, tleorge
A. Donnelly, Daniel M. Jordan, John
I scnnion. John J. Keny, 1'ain a.
Waltershled. Frank D. Hltrhle, liar
rv A. Harrington. Frnnk 11. Ilalre.
James Leo Hyan, J. J. Ilyland; Klef
er Kveiett C. Jackson; Sana
Springs M. J. Harrett, 1'aul A.
Ollke, Thomas J. Whalen; Sapulpa
Leonard H. Clary; I'awneu John
Joseph niiddln: dishing Hoy
Thomas Thompson; Home Hardens
Kdward I'. Mundell; Sapulpa
Clyde K. Tucker.
Tho degreo work was put on by
Muskogee team. Visiting Knights
from Drumrlght. Stillwater, Cush
Ing, Slinwnee, Chicago, 111., Joilln,
Mil, Detroit, Mich., Portland. Me.,
Heading, I'a.. Manchester, N- II..
Great Falls. Mont., Salina, Kansas,
I'lttsbnrg, Kansas, Camden. Intl.,
and numerous other cities were pies-cut.
DO TULSANS LIVE
TOO RAPID PACE?
Savings Expert Finds
That More People
Is It (rue that 'lulsa People llvo
too fast? Do Tulsa people spend nil
they make, or ate there some khv-
is here".' At a treetil meeting of a
gioup of men the statement was
made that the reason more people
did not own hnuies tu Tulsa wn
tlmt Tulsa lived ton filnt." that peo
ple here spent eveiy rent they made.
and consequently had mi money for
Figures presenleil to the officers
if the Firm National bank by C l
Skinner, who Is In ehaige of the
savings department of that bank.
show that Tulsnns are s.immic. and
nave neen lor a long time. I luting
the pnM two years saving-' deposit
of the First National have IncreHMed
to eight times what they were two
years ago. Not only have deposits
imiensed to nils lemiuknble extent,
but the nveingo nmoiiiit of dep. 'sits
has doubled and the number of ac
counts has doubled Itself twice over.
The new First Natlon.il bank
building was oieupleil Hbout two
years ago. At that time the nav
Ings department had about 1215. U0
with tin average deposit of about
$ir0. ye.ir later deposits hml'm
i leased In over Juflli.noo and today
two years later- they aro tl.TUO,
000 and the average deposit Is more
than J .11"'. Two yurs ago th"re
were about l.Miu neiounts on the
sidings books. Now there aro near
ly (1,000. They come from men and
women In every walk of life and
range from small deposlis of a few
dollars lo 'largo ones of many thou
sandu. Thero are seven banks In Tulsa
proper and one at West Tulsa. If
deposits In other banks me anything
Ike they are at the Flint National
Uils Is conclusive proof that tho
people of Tilsn are saving, and that
the man or woman who spends ev
erything he or she makes Is tho ex
ception and not the rule.
JURY IS UNABLE TO AGREE
New Trial Ma) lli Chen Woman
Tried for .Murdering Nephew.
Ily Axiiilnlfil l'ress Hlal- Wire.
LAWTON, Oliln., Feb. 1,1. After
nearly 31! hours of deliberation, the
Juiy III tho v.iso of Mrs. Dora Ivor
thuus, charged with the murder of
tier nephew, Clarence, s years olu,
had not reached a verdict. Counsel
for the defense derlared that Dis
trict Judge Jones would dismiss thn
Jury It no verdict had been reaefted
Monday iiuirning. Moro than SO
witnesses were called at tho trial.
illtlilfl'M Crihf mi. . uti.t Ti.p'.'t
..r tin. Dir. Illx lima t .tu.i. ili- t mlrr
the A 1 1 I p Tin.' ' mHIi J.'lm Snllv
mK. Isi alnjcltir ftt, t'ord ami I'tinninabam
In Knn rn Y.mI sm.1 I.' nlnalns ! M
tith fin. I Snfli..r. In s xprrunv it t Hlllt
llii lutrllecttial I.uIMuk. a .llnpUr nf
isiilne Intrlllit'tirr. crrrftt sfi.l Pri-wr In
"A lUinyat.l llrln.l-" ho miKinat -Hl!
, llf.ftir.1 mi.. I In-h.'iit-r In ' rr 4
Mil .Nnrinrtir ' ntmeilliinii lltllh Howell
I in a, AmrHrs premier aerieliela: 1iia
Clsre. I lie lM alrt In "leMklntr Alien.l,"
a peep Into tin lulur. Munle l.f Oriilieuin
' MAJHHTIO' tie Mlllea neft privlue
(Inn, ".Mltlmimmer .Ma.lnea,' Mllli leile
Wilenn, l.lla I."-. Conrail Nnrl ami
lark Unit Thia In a wonderful i.leiurr.
Mnleelle N sli.l Tiqlre i.r Ilia IMr,
Mimic Ii) .Majratlc nrrhmtrti ali.1 urcan.
PALATK' 'ilii Will He llnyn." will
Will linger, tine of Ills beet; I'etlie New,
iliielo I')' l'xlice nrtiieatM.
ItlAl.To William H IUH In "The
Teeilrm Klerk," true tu lite Hilly f
the veal, alto enmff.ty
STIIANH "(imrlee ChM'Mtt In til
I itret I'll lure. "Die It I.I " Hot at fun.
1KIVAI.- 'Tim WlilteHli.il" "llli I'e.fl
White, Vent!) Kelr (Irle In "I'lnnlns It
tin," tnineily, 'ii.iut.ie Attienture," terUli
t w ii dele tf VrilitteWIt
IIIIHAIIWAV' illsllinn.U A.lrltt." with
lterl WUIIniiii. 1'iitlie Newe; rIici a eoill
.! , Hillmtlllia MmI.Ia lilUHlCel cotne.1).
bVltlf' Hunt llll.eon In "The Klllltltl
fur).' weelern l.l'-tlire, I'etlm News;
j tlultiii nttlllleleil rarlunn.
Bugle and Drum Corps
to lie Formed by (Tic
American Legion Here
What nttracts moro attention
at the head of a parade than n flfo
and 'drum corps? Substitute a
buglo for a flfo and It Is a buglo
nnd drum' corps. Substitution Is
nlmost necessary nowadays be
cause flfo players constitute a
Hellovlng a buglo and drum
corps would bo u valuable asset
to tho organization ns well as to
tho community at largo during
uny event of local Importance, Joe
Carson post, American Legion,
will perfect such on organisation
All buglars In tho city as well
ns all drummers willing to Join
and participate In thu corps' ac
tivities Is requested by officers of
tho legion to communlcatu with
C. A. Horder, secretary of tho
Junior chamber of commerce
IF YOU HAD q
AB LONO AO THIS FELLOW
TO NS I LI N E
WOULD QUICKLY RELIEVE IT
Warmest Dag So Far
in Fcbruarg Spring
Winds in the Offing
If the weather continues warm
nnd balmy as on Sunday, llm
flowers all over Tulsji will soon
bo blossoming forth as in sum
mer. The maximum temperature was
79 early In the afternoon nnd tho
minimum was 12 early In tho day.
Tho same day la 1020 the maxi
mum yas -10 and minimum 31,
while tho highest temporary
previous fur February was 73 on
February 20, l20.
WiiNni'.ltl.AND. "The Marrlere I'll."
with I'renU .M... "Where I My lli.K,"
eumeily, "The tiamliu t)lk." etlul. ullli
j Kiimi l.ln.'.iln.' lUnk'n Niinshlne revus
tniielenl miiietl) i.llil.eliy. tilth 30 lr.ntf
(t-aliirlinr Helen Kennedy,
I. Mile ll..nr..e (Fully) Arl.urkle In
I "The llouii.1 111. A IteuIRM Meiror.l pr.t
illirtlull. Ale.i n rolnt'ily uhtl I'lilllli Nl'Ue
AID FOR SCOUTS
ASKED OF TULSA
Leaders Urge Business
Men to Give .$(5,000
to Help the Lads
Whether Tulsa Is concerned with
the welfare of Its bo smuts otgan-
ixallon will bo made apparent dining
tho week beginning Monday, Feb
ruary 21, when a campaign Is to bo
conduiied by scout leadeis to ob- i
lain tfi.niiO with which to carry on
Its work for tho coming year. The
amount arkeil this year Is exactly
the same as was asked Inst year.
I'lans for tho ltr.il campaign nro
similar to those uhci! In previous
drives. Hoy scouts will scour the
city, beating personal letters lo busi
ness men and others asking for their
financial ainluoial support of tho
organization. In addition, attrac
tive window displays will be used to
augment the scouts' peisonal ef
forts. This plan was tried In Okla
homa city, ami, accordlilg to reports
from that city, created much favor
iiblo comment from persons who had
previously been unacquainted with
the objects and aerompllHlimuiils of
the boy Kcouts organization.
Several largo windows In Tulsa's
business establishments located on
principal streets will be obtained If
possible. The displays will consist
mostly of woodcraft fccents ami vivid
plctuns of outdoor n.ttiacttveness,
dressed with artlctis obtained by
scouts from tho woods near Tulsa.
At Intervals, boy senilis themselves
will bo used In tho windows, per
forming tho duties nf ramp life for
the eillflf allou of passers-ny -
STUDENTS TO AID i
Members of Fdueation
Hoard Urge Public'
to Vote 'Yes'
Students of (Vnlrnl high school.
Intereslid III looming the attitude of
n presentallve Tulsa clluens toward
the proposed rontlniintu'c nf the 10
iilll levy, which pi-nposlllon will be
voted upon a week from tmlnv. Feb
ruary 21, talked to piesldenls of
various clvtc organliallous iin.l ob
tained from each of them statement
h-nrllly favoring the mensiire.
W. It. (lliiberson, president of the
Holnry club, sHd: "I am quite sure
that eveiy good eltlyen of Tilted Is
lliteresled 111 the welfate of om'
ediicatlonnl Instllullons. II Is net'es
saiy for the continuance of these In
stitutions that the present system of
ii 10-mill excess lax ley for xrhw.d
purposes b" can led nt Hip eleclluu
I'ebruaiy 21. The success of this
election will assure us a nine
months' school term In the lily,
whereas lis defeat will mean, pei
hups, only a threo months' school
I) rm Lei us Interesl our-elves
enough In tho welfare of the n
and girts of our etty to go In the
polls February 21 nnd oto ')t' on
Ising Sii)s Ktcr)!!!!!' Apprises.
That there It lint a titlin In
Tulsa but who realizes that we have
one of the mot efficient M'stt ins i f
public schools to be found III the
entire country, and that we must
not allow tho progris of those
si hoots to be Impelled. Is th'
opinion of I. (1. Long, president of
the Ad club. Declaring tlmt he was
In favor of toting tho full amount
of the levy nllowed under the laws,
Mr, l.ong said. "It Is the duty of
every citizen to got behind this
prnpoMltlon and see that enough
vote nre cast to make the allow
ntieo of tho 10-mill excess levy pos
slblo under the Inw."
Speaking for th City club, of
which he Is president. Oniric ft A
Veasey said that he was sure that
ho expressed Its opinion when ho
slates that Its membeis nro behind
tho tO-iplll excess levy 100 per cent
Tho wav to sland behind the
H'iionln, Major Alva J. Nlles, presi
dent of the ehnmber of commerce.
believes, Is to Vote for the lO-'iilll
excess levy, ho Is unqlialiric illy In
favor of tho levy, nnd In his opinion,
every public, minded citizen should
stand behind It In that way.
"In my opinion," declared A C
Hunt, president of tho Klwanls
dull, "no lax. Is paid so wlllngly
ntt our school tax. I'.veu though
tnxrs gi uerilly seem high, I think
wo get more for our money out of
our school tax thnu from nn thing
else for which taxes nre levied. I
am for any levy necessary in iimlti
tniti tho pres.-nt high standard of
our city schools. "
t'ooki' for the ls'j.
It Is regrettable. V.. H Hutchin
son, president nf the Detail Mer
chants' association said when asked
for his opinion, that nil ntinnal
election Is even necessary In order
to get sufficient liloiii v lo operate
the school. Corrertlve leRlslilllnn. he
bel.'ves, should be enacted. That
Tulsa's reputation for cxreitcut
schools may be maintained, he be
lieves tli.it funds should be vnt.'il
"I mil for tlm levy," was the mi
qiutllfleil statement of Hev Harold
(1 Cooke, president of the Lions'
club "Tho least that Wo can do
Is to vole the 10 mill excess levy re
quenled bv the school board. Wo
should vote even more, and It would
he an absurdity, not to vote ibis
"When It comes to n qtlesllon of
education, them la nn question of
tu Mi t toil," said K. Fred Johnson
president of the Junior chamber of
lotiimeree. "Frankly," said Mr,
Johnson, "I bellee wo must cither
build si bonis anil churches or J.ills.
Fn r myself, let's blllbl KchniiU and
chili ehes. I am In favnr of main
taining tho ptcsrnt lav standard
Neurit Vets tlrgnnlo
With the nsslslHiico of officers of
Joo Carson posl, colored cx-servlco
men havo orgnulKed Watl.ico O. Moore
post. Hubert II. Snyder wus elected
ptw-1 rnmninniler; Johnny Walker,
vleo commninler, I Uro Htlghca, post
adjutant ami Jasper Cherry, treas
urer. The cnloreit post started with
.11 members. .Meetings nru to bo
huld twice each month.
Woman In Aililrcns Klwanlans.
Thn fceokly luncheon and mooting
of the Klwants etiih at Hotel Tulsa
Monday iinnn will also be p.irtlrl
l.it"d in l.v Ine Tulsa Hiislncss and
l'i nfcsslnti.il Women's club. The
spniHi'i, Mihs Lena Madison Phillips
'of I lilc.igo Is In be rurnlshed by the
j women's urminlitatiiiii.
t'npnhl telephone bills for Febril
'iiiv nre past due If nut paid by ii
p, in. of the I Hi sirvlco will bo ills-
. .ilillnlli'd ilil
aiiii nnril'C VM nC
1 eihould not b "closed." Ttl
them sitcrniilly with
Oiyf 17 Million Jait UitJ Ytaily
Si. Valentine's Day
Send Flowers, the Ileal Vulenl'mc!
They le.iik- nffccltuii and frleniNhlp. For
.Swcclheart, Wife, .Mnllicr or Dailgliler. De
light tier ullli ii c.tlciillun of flowers; flower
alciillni! nf Violets, Lily of the Valley, with
rose In center, mill dainty lilibous.
NuineroiH oilier Milcntiucs In I'oltcil liiints,
lloskets nf riowcrs und Vulenlliio Hmc
S2.MI mid up.
Drder lure mid sho will Ik' plcasctl.
Got at the Real Guise Take
Dr. Edwards' Olive TaWits
That's what thoufsmdi of ftomadi
sufferers arc doing now. Instead nf
takinc tonics, or trylne lo patch up a
poor digestion, they arc attacking the.
rtat cause of the ailment dogged
liver and di'ordcred ixwela.
Dr. lidwards' Olive Tablct.i arouse
(he liver in a aonthinc healing ay.
When- the liver and Iwwels arc per
formine their natural functions, away
coca indiRestion and stotnacJi trcuhlcs.
Have you n bad taste, coated
toncuc, poor appetite, a buy, don't
care feeliiiff. no ambition w energy,
trouble witli undigested fools? Take
OlivcTaMctj, tlie tuhstitutc for calomel.
Dr. Edwanls' Olive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil. You will know them by their
olive color. They do the work without
griping, cramps or pain.
I'ake one or two at IxxJtlme for iirk
relief. Eat what you like. 15c aad 30c
FVcimtus 1'lanlnf, ttH
play at Cnntrention
HfUl on Feb. 14.
Utnr Ruiolfh (?
tiyis prrsn,thn har
tkt VHiUerful Duo -Art
rifttdmtw 4i rt.
Duo -Art Pianola Piano
IT REPRODUCES EXACTLY THE PLAY
ING OF GREAT CONCERT PIANISTS
tlirouKli thia marvcloUB inutrumont you may
hour in ytiur own homo the most famous
virtuoHi of the pinnoforte.
IT IS THE ORIGINAL PIANOLA with
out queHtion the most wonderful of player
pinnoft. You, yourself, muy play It with de
IT IS A PIANOFORTE OF SUPREME
MUSICAL EXCELLENCE a Steinwny,
Steck, Wheelock, Stroud or renowned
A. .1. Cltll'lC, BUiucer 1
417 fioutli Main Street Unxgo SISS-lfM
Shave, Bathe and
l n (tw;tferf ttrmetthiiht
fc.lrt without qmitlon
It HUNT'S 8. We filU In th.
;tm.nt er ITCH, HC2EMA,
lilNQWOkM, TETTER ot
othtr Itchlnr tklo iiMttt.
On February 7th, 1921, we advertised in
the newspapers as follows:
.One-Cent Sale on Iligli Grade Corsets
Get a Corset for lc
The Better Husiness Bureau has called our attention, to
tho fact that wo did not sell corsets for lc each, but
that the customer must purchase one at our price to
get one additional for lc.
If any purchaser is dissatisfied with their purchase as
a result of this advertisement they may return their
purchase nnd have their money cheerfully refunded.
Queen of the Southwest Toggery
16 WEST THIRD STREET
Across from Orpheum Theater.
Facilities and Methods Cleaning
Tho secret of the wonderful flnvtr of
Ilrenkftuit Do hum coffee la out It'n toant
d inatenil of ruajt'od The (li'lleluiinticuri la
aenlorl-ln hy tho mplil toaatlne of the ku
l)uy a utn from your tfrocer today.
Bnve the coupon tney uro In every prick
tut. Write for v.'Uiiulile l'rumlum Hook.
COU.VTItV tll.t'll l-ACKI.NO CO.
The Cleaning Department alone, of
Bohnefeld .Service, represents a size
able business investment, with the
most approved types of washing ma
chines for tho various materials to be
cleansed, high siuicd gasoline extrac
tors, tumbling and drying machines,
gasoline refining plant, and other de
tails of equipment.
The method of cleaning employed
provides complete dusting of gar
ments in the huge tumbling machijie
before cleaning. Only 12 to M gar
ments are washed in one bath (about
(JO gallons) of clean sterile gasoline.
After complete extraction of the wash
bath, the garments are rinsed in a
fresh bath of sterile gasoline. The
gasoline is again extracted and tho
garments dried in the tumbler. A
blast of hot air (sufficient to kill
germs), passing under high pressure
through the clothes in this tumbler,
insures complete extermination of
germs and revives tho life of fabrics.
Garments are then dispatched to tho
spotting and pressing departments for
further expert attention.
The gasoline refining equipment of
Bohnefeld Service makes possible a
clean wash and rinse bath of sterile
gasdino for each lot of garments a
feature available only in the most
modern plants, and the only method
for absolute cleaning and sterilization
of wearing apparel, bed clothing and
other fabric furnishings of the home.
YOUIt PANAMA AND STIIAW
HAT should be sent lo us now. Our
hatters are not rushed at this time,
so avoid the rush by letting us put
your favorite hat in first class condi
tion now, ready for your immediate
use when the occasion demands. NO
CHAKGK FOR STOKING THEM.
'Nul HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD"
Bohnefeld Cleaning and Hat Works
Parcel Post Shipments Receive Prompt Attention
314 S. Cincinnati Ave.
Six Fast Autos
Cover Entire City
Phone Osage 1210
Connecting All Dcpts.
f,,r ' - ' og ai our nM,
M-tU llltl'o CO.-Auvt-,