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TULSA DAILY WORLD, W13DNKSDAY. ll T N K 1 VM
URGE PASSAGE OF
EUGENIC LAWS
Both Man and Woman
Should Prove Fitness
fni- Ceremony
AO DOUBLE STANDARD
Rpquirc Ten Dyas Public No
'tice Hcforc Issuing Permit
tn (itc Married
HERRICK ASSAILS :!,;
r mi l'i nn" i -h t.nrfi i. ulnr lot I hud i.n. ii't.. p"in,l. i-iil "i" "i
i iiv i , . i I,.,., i . vi,, 1 1, i, . tl i I 1 1 i i f i-xi . i ii.in.ll reas'iti tn exi'i t tun'
I ' 1 1
v
to I
Committee Meets to Fix Limit of
Immigration From All Nations
. r'titii, fin
i.ii v n lath' Int nf fit st. pis )iintnl on the miuket at , sdd at six i cuts I w
PACKING FIRMS :Fi':V
t I -I V.". .
ulullln .- Inn. Ii liltlK I I'lltS It llOlltllt. . le I I III II e a IIIK SHIR lull "I ""' '
iiiliaiiv. so niniiv of lh.it lot were rather poor mm K ..ni.il i on i nm . i
helfrrs, no runny I and Ihone were itioled at fix lentmlt m curn to me that ir Tytff Tn'jjeJ
n pininii. , iiiem ivrr nn"ii"i ..i.-v.
IhisliM ciie.1 me tin InilKht whit- "Wlien the reltnns cainn In those 1 me nnd other shippers I".Jr?X'
LaupliLi'i" and Applause
Greet Speeches of Okla
homa Representative
t hi pi Ices I hi se
tli it 1 hinllv I'xni'i teil nnylhlim tain whither
W I- ai K ' Ulllii i.uilVkl
d f..r ' f. i were iii..ieil al nine n iiin a 1 ri'tuins or nol
'it t
I it
! w '.fio ai - -rv'i 'rn
, :.on "f the lrll:il urt l f
, !, pamlnir a hill ni.illrip
, f,.r i-very null? rcsi.lcnt
, i "ut to b inorrK 1 t '
, . irir.ito from n reputable
. .!)lns that he Is phv
t fru- from iIIsi'asc, U
, i rirnt th.lt plans irc
, . j.ri'icnl a Hlmilar lil
i v sfsH.un of the IrfjlKU
I. Hoi hcnhcrB, iituslii'.int
l , , i i.if of Jililso Kw.inn a
, t-t . i'inir thr mipport nf
. , ... I umlical araiKl.ttiotiH or
, . i a. k mt.h ii mcumire
'K,'"t"1 finivi'tii'M next
r , li ' woman pro'i't'iilur
. . a , i "iintv Is cnnflilciit
, . hnv ' I'ttllsti'il Biifflrlcnt j
fi . Kia anlco thu paiMJKC of
' 1 ..r liuili Women nml .Mi'n.
1,. . .. ih.it MKi ltothenliorc
i ., ,i i on the ftatutc IwokM
. - . will own isn furthi-r
. , . IU-t pJSBI 1 tM till" WI'Kt-
, - ii. In'llmin Implicitly
,. , 1 it l.ui "S.iuci" mr thu
. i . 1 loi thr' Kunilri "
w i urn l! as mm will he ro
t i ! ilci : tin' ruRi'nlc cx
a'. a:i 1 pri si'iit i rrllf h ntort
. for mirrlai;x if
! M KnthvnhprR Is ail
, pa1-!! '1 an ilraw n.
., " . m ; as much hmmoii for
,,.. i'f !' n sex to snli-
, i 1 !'n mai rl.iui1 t-t as
i:, i man." declared Miss
. . Mi n ari' not always
' if n, 'pi,rl',ni e .is
.!. .Ti. I attorney in tin
., V i ui t has proved. In
i in t ti'ts hy tin- h'-alth
-I .wed that fullv
'. "'n women nnaU'ied
.' ' I
'at the initio should
iipolntment of ri'pti
. , - i.i.i In every rlty nnd
i - , i aminer. ot candidates
i.iki- hoard. Ten days
i. i :it"mplaU'd marriage
. ; i i m!ii.iii1 he iiiiulrr-d to
: Mie-e acereiltted phisl
i - ' i M "1 te.e. If the man
,i i 'ill in ti'iind frei from
. , . i ati. fiom the ivitn-
; , :,f should he filed with
, i' li i-'-e elerk h fore
- ' i.i' . y as ;.-nued
I'M.ilij; (leneralllitis to llc'iiel'll.
s . . i iu in mv oplnlnn nnd
C' ' . .r . . 'lur women to whom
; . . , iv ' w.ll prevent many
. ,' ....irn.igtK Not alone
. i l.'j: It will Kuaiantee
, ,: ' 'i-a'i.ms the In. t It
"Utr.'".s th'tuundH of
. . 1 1 ii depi . ed i'f tin
.i -it s -t' m "
JOYCE IN ANSWER
ATTACKS PEGGY
" :TW l.r I'lluM l'AOU oni:
1 u r. i love eodo" to corre-
I i - ir.il male friends.
.. 'lie fre on the Ir honey.
1 ' -'I that I'CBuy first met
' ' I i i. li. one of the rore-
' ! ' nai'H'il In Ins divorce suit.
H ' Sj i iirs, Va , where l'eRpy
"i hi ! at a hotel, Juyi'o
' I' a l'reneli mi'i I'eKKy In
1 ' il.riitm- room ni.iklnt; an
tut 'i t telophonliiK her
vf a'vi i harncd that French
' '1 ' m and hit hrlde to Ku
i i tin' ,lncrs' touU their
II- hat'iTed that French
- 'I ' I his hrlde frequently.
.! r.aeon" and nil-
- mess.iKes to her maid.
t'K" I that mertlnRS hctwi'en
'' ' 11 ! " ii Hurnpp were arransed
itef.t miir. aunt,'' a woman
"i"! Mis M Smart."
ri'.rtnp her stay in Kurope, petl
' p. f. . . tmip to time arranged
"' tie t in., us paramours tn have
' '"'Krams. ruhleKrams, In
"I f " her addrct-sed to her si
d tt. her maid servant
i 1 e i harced.
' (I- lared I'eKRy's rnmanco
h "as disrupted In July
iJih. .v., ntl m,)ther threat-
' ' -nt him It he did not
" hi n'li n:imi4 tti tin, elm.,, iljir
Tht h.p,i r idnK named a new
'S-ri' .-, i marital tangle, whom
r-'ifu.fl u ,i,n ni French In I'eijKy's
.' This was the Due dn
' luiifheil with said Due
" ' lent. .tuce (hnrKed.
i i -s. i t. d th it I'cbbv'b ro-
1 'he prince became so
k' " ' hat it wan ptililn-ly
' .ii the prebs on ono oc-
t Ifr reirnt nffalrs. Joyce
f d l'R(rv with appearing on
i .s. w York "Intoxicated
' ' " I'.mv of um Juv r.inl.
Ki'. pi'r.
"aid, happened In Jnn
.ir 'B w ith 1'anl, ' Joyeo al-
hile in nn Intoxicated
'i ut on his lap and
' v li'Mitenant whom
' d I'eKRy droM tn stil.
1 'I "i king withholds his
' r-spei t for his mem-
The (oniinlltif In M'sslon I-ft m rlil lltlielliert Sennl, Inlxir ilep.ii'tiiient i I' Mi llflile, sluli- ileparl
itieiiti Miishaiul, lalmr ili'ii.Mtiiit'iit, Major Ii.iiii'riui' Miirtlu, Mali' ileikirliiiriit, Dr J. lllll, nnd
Wllliiini (' Hunt, i iiiiiinini ih iartiiii ii(.
it ii 1 'i
VI f t
e' Irs lli'lr P.ivN and llrover of the elate lihor nnd -i tiun-rre il--
0 1 er.lt. ill 'I'll i fr .i i.rrj f 'reign ei.ll'i'rv il'i lor t'le taw Mn'iMI!"
I ntip i i n I., th t i .t 1 . alts will l liiinti I thui per ci nt nl the
1 'ted t i i i
I Hy KAHi'i'M A TIMMONS.
I. , II.' .Tl, J
MUMiTiiN, Miy .11 - Hi pro-,
.ntiitui' Manuel llrrrhk of (lklrt
I p i li.. si.iiii-il forth as a it. Imter
i M- I.. mi so tndiiy. m.ikmi: lluee
, ipi i . In s i ii the I'd i k r i mil t "I I III-1
lei I- ta ke.l all the ni.r." .n les f
I.- t tisii'i; and his manner if
I ti.'.iuln Ii mi a (jenermis iniliid
,1 i if it' ' .mil appl ium'
in. piuihtupli of the hill pio
xnles i i i lain penalties for pai'krm
wli" l.pi.witiKlv" violate. Its print-,
i.i.- II' link inoed In strike nut
I' f",l "kii.iwlnnly' nilni; that
hint, t. tc the piuUers lime been hlr-
' niff litifh uri, ,,! ullnrrii. im In lll thln
what the law iiiti'l" and that th'"
alt' i iii-is i "Ulil now ium Iheli
nmney h tellln "what tho Isw Is" ,
llepriMi'iilntlve I 'titnblootn. Illinois,
aski'd It the Ri ntleman km w that
the lull u unlit nffett n small p.uk-
Inpt ruin ei n In his nw n state nf tiki I-
h'linii. ' l es, answ inil lien lei,
The r rrrn . i
narim. tits ro n ' .
bill, n i nt'y he . 1 i' . i
nam ' uf f ri. . on i in v
in f-nnv.iit...n hull by Dr. Ma nine 1 1 ' . . "i. bv.. im .,f Intl..
TO HOLD CLASS DAY TODAYi"1' '"" "'"l'""" "r "'" l-'rewill N UlllHt, ,, ,,. i,j,., t. ,), , l.al l.iwy.ri down the.,- too
iu liuuu uumoo 1 1 1 as'M.inl.lv Friday niortiltiK. when the Muster AmeH.an." Farewell ashem- .n another ... i asmn 'l.m.k nf.
class w ill be toRither fin non !' "I ,y w,u ,u j , f rldiv iimriunK at 'feted an n mendineiit w hti h w'ilil n-
llluli School ('iiiiiiiii'invineni dilli's.s th w n The ixenlse will hu , , , t ,',, (m pi. nhli- i.itil.- misers to kimw Ii 'W
to He Heliviiiil Tlmrxilii) .held In the hlKh si hool audltni l.itn. dentation of aw.irdi will be tuiide. much Ihev wiie iii-eiMnit fir null
Tl'i' .1 '. I ' i ii." in (it J.lin nil.'k tho i Thursday ivetilni: the intiimeii' e- I ,, nf pm. I Milpi"d tn niuik.l "1
htph "hn'd M'll'ts will hold their mint iiddiiss, pie. cdlnK the preneti Japan has few wild animals and i run n little i un li ' t il.l llirilek,
i la.s dnv i . i ises the Inst lime, tation of diplomas, will be delivered ni pulsi-mmis ri ptlle.. I nml whin I ship a nrb ad nf lattln
Si.'
11.
Thi.
'"ir marks the nns
' 1 1' ' It anniversarv uf
" "f the New York
i hi ri c
WHAT EVERY
WOMAN KNOWS
O
New Victoi1 "Mirds
June 1921
Nozze di Fij?ftro Deh vicni, non tardar? (Ah, Why Delay So Long') Lucrezia Bori
Same Old, Dear Old Place Sophie Brailau
McxteSolennellc Domino Deu (Praise Forever to God, tlie rather) Enrico Caruso
(a) La FiIIc aux chevcux de hn (The Ctrl with the l'laxeii Hair)
(b) MeneetreU (Minstrels) Piano
Don Carlos O Carlo, ascolta (O Carlos, Listen to My IMej)
Last Rose of Summer Violin
Song Without Words (Romance sans paroles) Violoncello
Zaza O mio piccolo tavolo ingombrato (My Desk, Like My Heart, is
Incumbered with Care) Giovanni Martinclli
Capriccio Valse Violin Erika Morini
Walknre The Ride of the Valkyries Philadelphia Orchestra
Andrea Chenier Son sessant 'anni (Suty Years Mast Thou Served TJicm) Titta Ituffo
Alfred Cortot
Giuseppe De Luca
Mischa Elman
Hans Kindler
Sometime We'll Understand
Darling
Love in Lilac Time
Underneath Hawaiian Skies Medley Fox Trot
'Sip 'Sip 'Sippy Shor5 Medley One Step
1 Lost My Heart to You Medley Fox Trot
Broken Moon Without You Medley Fox Trot
Somebody's Mother
I Found a Rose in the Devil's Garden
My Mother's Evening Prayer
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep
Rebecca
My Old New Jersey Home
El Relicario (The C harm)
One-Two-Three-Four Medley Waltz
Teach Me Fox Trot
Round the Town Fox Trot
Nestle in Your Daddy's Arms
I'm Missin' Mammy's Kissin'
On the Campus March
Bullets and Bayonets March
Toddle -Maori Medley Fox Trot
Moonlight Fox Trot
Scandinavia Fox Trot
Ain't We Got Fun Fox Trot
Cherie Fox Trot
My Man (M n Homme) Fox Trot
All for You Happiness Medley Fox Trot
Moonbeams Pining Medley Fox Trot
Ernestine Schumann-Heink
Lambert Murphy
Lambert Murphy
Paul Whitcman and His Orchestra
Paul VVhiteman and His Orchestra
Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra
Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra
Peerless Quartet
Sterling Trio
Henry Burr
Charles Hart-Elliott Shaw
Monroe Silver
Billy Murray
Blue and White Marimba Band
Ferera and Franchini
All Star Trio and Their Orchestra
All Star Trio
American Quartet
Peerless Quartet
Soma's Band
Sousn's Band
The Bennon Orchestra of Chicago
Paul WJnteman and His Orchestra
The Benson Orchestra of Chicago
The Benson Orchestra of Chicago
Paul Whitcman and His Orchestra
Paul Whitcman and His Orchestra
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
All Star Trio and Their Orchestra
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Size 1'rice
12 $1.75
12 1.75
12 1.75
10 1.25
10 1.25
10 1.25
12 1.75
12
12
12
10
10
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.25
1.25
10 1.00
10 .85
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
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12
.85
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1.35
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE COMPANY
Camden, New Jersey
1 1 'ItH ' 'I)
A Yl An
ft tflfsfll I Ifl
fl Mr T I fll
KFrTER VALUES A HABIT WITH
CURTIS BROWN
I.rAHIT alnno would keep us constantly providing bettor valucsv "T'V.-
1 even if our plans wore not to do so." But habit is only inu,tly:,,,,";;,7;
rcsponsihic. it is clearly written in the policies of our business m t
II...I 1 ...I I ' I 1
mm. uf miitccu tuny wiien we provide values so goou unit ijcujm
win never buy without seeing what this store oilers.
CURTIS BROWN SPECIAL VALUE
STRAW HATS
Hon: in n j;ciiiuno American Haiid-Miulf Sennit, with
0:iHV-f it t illir. tu'lf-cnnforminir brim. f'nmii in lliiwn
.1: : i . r:i i . i, ...
uiniiii.-iuiiiM, hi ml mi'n a ii (i youiiK mtm 01 an ajres. wore
sure of the quality and the value -thoro'rt no doubt
about either he.ro.
Vintt
$0
J
i , ' I'lll
J K', ;tiiii(1
Shir Is
MAW. to our special requiro
nient.t nf the choicest woven
madrnM, in a Koleclion UjO A pf
to please every man 'I
Neckwear
Underwear
'i. it virtl "iO
I 1 1 II itltA I
iiljJli bi'i.t nl
Villi, oil
lid
;tiiii(1 vilTg
.L.ri oririt Jtill
,i4VT vliinort nrIT
v. r nl) in tiorir
'mi 'iiti I'jlrto I
i""ti inn htiA
SWITZERLAND Rent the silk
which makes up this neck
wear. Unusual values
are offered at
Hosiery
95c
Tulsa's Livest Lending Men's Store
Curtis tBrouta Co.
In the Front Rnnk of American Retail Institutions
"TpHIO kind that is primarily - -
A built for summer comfrtH!;
an excellent grade of AfT";1 Ul,nh'1
Madras Union at JOC""-; M
i ii i lio'inoj
HIT itolJulllii
lit Hlrf hvtml
niiiiln luminml
AI)H of pure, woven silWaM hooIiv
the kind that is warrantd,1'",1 u'n
o give more m Uciiro r,iBn
than you expect JOlf im v()rfall
o) JqrnoMa
mo lno ka
nl) nl nMf
i Minn )''f
Ik ton noon
lobnlill o)
mil, .'few
. htilltJnM
5o nom
mom oril
bns nr
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t'llVITOO
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illJIll
V'"- " ' r 71 r -rr i r -'v - tl
More Than "Just a Bank"--
The officers and directors of the First National Bank
want it to be more than just a bank. They want it to be
a pleasant, friendly banking home, where you enjoy
coming and where it is a pleasure to transact business.
When you enter the lobby they want you to feel at
home, among friends, free to make full use of every
banking facility.
If there is anything about banking that you do not un
derstand, or if you seek some unusual service or infor
mation you are invited to consult our Business Exten
sion Department, at the left of the main entrance; or
ask our lobby man, who is stationed in the lobby
throughout the day. We would appreciate an oppor
tunity to prove to you that the First National is more
than "just a bank."
THE
First National
OF TULSA
Rank
FOURTH AND MAIN
A GREATER TULSA SOONER
The Exposition Will Bring It!
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