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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1922 11 SYNOD FINISHES ITS SESSION HERE Next Meeting of Presby terian Governing Body to Be Held in June WERRYOLOGY' LAUDED iicv. Wntson Says It Should 15c on School and Life Curri culum of Students Wire Flashes X'li Oklahoma synod, governing . ly of the Presbyterian church In Oklahoma, disposed of tho lust Item . n one of tho most crowded dockets f business In Its history Thursday Cternoon and wns then dismissed . y Moderator Ilov. Lcroy Thompson . ; Alia to meet ngnln early In Juno, AIDioueIi ndjournmont was licduleil for Thursday morning, .; was necessary to lyild an after noon meeting. I ltoutlne business occupied the at tention of tho vynod Thursday. The t- salons wero In tho University of u!a ns was tho meeting on Wednesday night. An Invltutlon to ,old tho next regular vynoillcnl .i.cetlns on tho University of Tulsa ainpus was presented bv Itov. Kalph J. Iamb, trustee of the unl- craity and state homo mission hu : .rlntetiilciit. Itcv. l-nitib Invited io synod to occupy "Its property," i f university, for ft week between ins regular university commence- Tit and the openlnrc of the nummcr t !iool term and painted' nn nttrnc e plrture of tho comfort to he ml In the dormitories, tho fncllltlas for recreation on tho tennis rourts ami In tho gymnasium nnd swim ming pool and tho pleasure of op portunities for good fellowship and a, qitiot setting for a leisurely con tention. Tho Invitation will bo con- (dered by ft commlttco of five ame.l for this purpose nnd for so If -t'on of n meeting time and pro gram. Itporls rvern heard In rnpld'euc- 'salon from ltev. J. Herrnn Miller, 1 K Pchaul nnd T. H. lluchnnari, ironi the trustees of tho synod, s.ieelal committees nnd from tho lUillclal commission. Then Mod rrator Thompson pronounced tho committees discharged, with tho sols execution of tho Judicial com- mission . and asked for thn final loll call, which found tlio ranks of i lie synodlcal visitors TonNlderahly ('epleted, tho customary apprecia tion of hospitality was voted, ltev. Oeorgo S. Watson of Tnle MUah addressed the university stu dents nt chapel Thursday morning, sdrlslng them to put what he termed "merryology" on their col lege curriculum nnd their life cur riculum. Ho extolled tho excellent physical, mental and moral effect of cheerfulness and happiness nnd was roundly npplnuded at the close by the students. Kevercnd Wntson liked the young people ns much ns they did him, declaring thnt he would rather preach to youns people than grown-ups. llnd ltcvorend Watson been In attendance at tho Kentucky synod now In session he would have preached tho modera tor's sermon, ns he Is retiring mod erator In Kentucky nnd a newcomer In this state. Tho synodlcal visitors were entertained at luncheon In tho dining room ot Itobertson hall. roilTLAKD. Ors, Oct. 11. Mrs Berths rtarroii was serlnusly Injured ani all mhete were huit Ihli aftarnccn here when two one-men elreM rata eolll.leri head-on, oca o( tha care Islni teleecopsil, IIUKNOS Allies. Oet. U. Scenes ef srest enthualaem marked tha Inanima tion today of President Alvera at Arsen line. Alvera marched at lha head ot column of troops. CAH Mr. I.. Cel., Oet. it tire. Ella ltel.1 Harrison, at, waa burned to death here today t,y fire which destroyed tha hand aum inatialun In which aha Used. CltlCAOO, Oct. 1 Testimony waa re. anined lo.lajr In the federal tratla tommli amn'a hearing on eptrulaltnn In "wheat futures" with I:. K. Ilnstnbaum president of the J. J. llesmlautn Uraln company on tha stand. CIIICAOO, Oct. I J. Towner Webster. 7. fathar of Henry Kltehall Webster. Iruvellet and rtonald Webster, former Chi cagn newspaper man, riled lata leal nlsht. tie underwent an operation a week a so. $7,500 SECURED a basis for their window decorations' while the drive Is on. Word enmo In yesterday afternoon I . i . . . . . . . ... . . - - a a . r-r rri nnrt i-i-rt l1 unry, enua n"' '" MlP RflV vPfll IV '"' "n'l apportionment 100 rUI DU I OVjUU I O l""" '""nl m onn evening Tlio Turlcy I scouts nro a part of the Tulsa or- I ganlzatlon. HOLMS, Oct. : Wade Alesander. telephone lineman, waa killed her this mornlns when he came In contact wllh a lite wile. MtNNRArqUR, Oct. Ij. Tha United Statea drain Ornwara Rales company of Minneapolis, It waa announced today, has nlitalneii a Brat In the Minneapolis cham ber tf cnniinerce and row la ready to serve northwi.at farm-is who signed con tracta with tho United Mates Oram Orow. era. KANSAS CITY. Mo., Oet. Dimnf emniintlriK to 1 20.000 waa today estimated to hate nsulted frmn an eirloslon oh the fifth floor t the Cco-CoU bull. line here lata laet nlnht which wreckM tha Ales. niHler laboratories hlowInK out the front windowa and showerlna; tha strtcla wllh iflass, WASHINGTON) Oct. Blr Itoberl Home, whii will rerreent Clreet lirllatn in debt fundlnic nrKotlatlona here will aall for tho United Ntatee nn November I. sir Auskland tleddea, tho llrltlah amhasssdor. today formally adtlsed. tha American debt fundlnc cominlsston. CIIICAOO. Oct. IS. A brosd daytlsht holdup In Chlcaso'a loop was repotted to the police today by P. J. Knaltner, head of a real eslat firm. He aald ha waa slumed, rnhbed of 11,100 In en an and 11,100 In Jewels. ' . WASHINGTON. Oct. K. Iteecue of IJ men and offleere from the tanker Kwlfl star, airound off lllnck lalsnd. near New. port, ll. l waa repnriea io n nary r partmenl tnony in a, uispaicn troin aubmarlne N-3. the nEf, MONTK. Cel. Oet. IS. With alac Hon of officers and sroup ineetlnta the Investment Jlankere aaaoclatlon of Amerl. ca brought Ita eleventh annual conven tion to is close todii. Half of $15,000 Sought for Next 18 Months Raised, Workers Say With $16,000 Its goal, the drlvo for funds with which to flnanro the lo cal Hoy yrout orgnnUation for the next 1H months hud Just passed the half-way mirk last night, according to A, V. Davenport, campnlgn direc tor. Kery effort l being made to finish up the campaign by tho end of the weeJt. Workers, from civic orgnnlzntlons had a big boost yesterday Then sev eral business concerns voluntnrlly sont out tennis, 1). W. Mofflt, vice president of the Coadni company, with his tenm of Cosden workers who dubbed themselves the "Cuekno l'ntrol." led nil teams Inst nlclit In tho totalcil nmniint of money turned In. Frank lllnderlltcr brought n team of workers from the Hinder. liter Tool company nnd tho Tulsa Street Jtallway sent workers. Tho Hoy Scouts themselves have worked hard getting ready for the campaign proper but they are not working now. Trie tioys got out lit erature, distributed cards ind made speeches In the picture shows earlier in mo went ntm now mcy nro letting the older fellows do II, Headquarters was twirtlciiliirly anxious yesterday that It ho understood that the scouts were receiving no money. This rulo, tnndo before tho campaign opened. Is being strictly adhered to and nil con trlbutlons nro being taken by the business men of Tulsa taking pnrt In the campaign. Thn Majestic tlicttcr Is running n special Hoy D.-out film, depicting scout activities, this week nnd a good many business organizations have used scout activities out of doors ns CAN SEIZE VESSELS Dauglierty Holds Ills Iji(oI Killing tilu-s OHlivm Atillioriiy tat toko lliim-t'nrrjlng Ships. W AR1 1 INOTON, Oct. 1? -Al- though Attornoy-Oeneral DaiiKhcrly Holds Hint Ills latest inicrprvinlion of thn Volstead art gives prohibition officers ntltliorlly to selie vessels en gaged In transporting intoxti ulini, Illinois within the Amerl. nn tbr'C mllo limit It was otrii'lilly nn nouneed nt the treasury i p,ittmn that the ;overjiment has no tniem n of taking posifessloti of forrlMi snips who vlolnle tho tirohlbltlMn law l-'ollowlng conierenees with Hi -re tary of State Hughes nnd a r view of tho International aspects of llir new enforcement problem, Hecrciarv cf tho Treasury Mellon hits ili 'ilnl thnt the Unlleil Hlates will i tit, r,i llself wllh selslni; thn IIiiu.t r I on. ships ot foreign registry and will lt'uc tho ships alone. ASKS $15,000 FOR INJURIES' Mrs. (i. ('. Carter Charges lluiwlioff Smashed Her Car, Hull for tho recovery of 116,000 for Injuries received In nn nulo rolllflon October . was fllod yester day In district court by Mrs. (I. O. Carter niwlnet Charles liororlmff Mrs. Carter sets out In tho pillllon llsnt shsi was n passenger on the day In iiueattnn In her husbaud's car. They wero coming toward Tulsn on llroken Arrow road, sho claims, drlv Ing nl about five inllos nn hour The Horo. lioff car. sho nllrges, was drl"- lug In Hi'' opposite dlrei tlon nnd nt H In-t nnd re Ub's speed Tho two tun . oUldrd nnd Mrs fnilrr Vtns thrown from her car Into a ditch Hhe euys that shn landed on her shoulders and fainted. Hhe alleges that sha received violent nnd pain ful bruises and Injuries which ueces Minted eipenslvo medical treatment. Thn accident occurred about four miles south of Tulsa, Account for 5 Aviators; Forced Down lu Storm CI.KVIIl-ANIt, Ohio. Oel. J J. rear for the safety for tlve of seien nlr plsnen whlrh Isfl Mlneola N V,)es terdny for Helfrldgo fkld. near I'e troll, worn dispelled this morning when II, It Klinvrr, fiebl mnnnun of the air mall service heie, received rndlo reports from Mitchell field, Irfisg island thnt all the planes nnd pilots had landed sifely after mak ing forced leadings herntisa of heavy wlml and rain. Ilipcct lliis-l'riiiili Agreement. MOSCOW, Oct. 12. Tho official newspaper Izveslla Intimated today that llwtsln and Franco were mov ing towards nn agreement. It nuoted M. llerlol, n Prench repre sentative In ftuneln, ns saytni: "Itus shin and I'renrh Inlerisls In the Turkish striills nrn Idemlcal. Pre mier I'olncnre approves of litis com mon Interest. Tbote Is every In dit ntloti thnt an iigreetnent Is near' An Illinois Inventor's guide, post for country cross roads Is f.a'i.n l by a foitr-sldrd box, each aid" eh- iv Ing under glnro maps nnil oiinr In formation regarding routes. Another Blow to Hnrd Times Helleve your eyestrain nnd yon ins belter ftbla to fill more rrsponMMo positions. HANNIS nelter ;iit"Ses Arc tho Itcsulli of llcttcr .MrthcMls 305 SOUTH IIONTON 318 South Main 412 South Main mm llrjnti Will linndo .Mlsnntirl KANSAS CITY, Mo.. On i; William Jennings llrynn will be In vlted to nartlclpnti In thn Missouri' fall election campaign by making ptohlbltlnn nddresscs nt Kansas Cllv nnd HI. Louis. This w.is ilr 1 1 t hero today nt n Joint meeting t f the exeeutlxo committee, ot the men lllghtconth Amendment lencun nnd llin women's Klghtuenth Amendment ' league. llecntise book ends rel.vlig ir their weight hnvo a tenrlcn. y to slldo apart on smooth tables an In ventor has patented a pair mounted on rollers and held together wllh a spring to keep them iignlnst took a between Iheni. WHEELER FIGHTS REED Anti-Saloon league Iomlor AdrUcs In Hnnsns City to Help Work Mr Senator's Defeat. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct, 12. Wayno IJ. Wheeler, goneral counsel for ths Anti-saloon league, declared hers today that his organization Is "gunning" for Senator James A. lteed ot Missouri and that ho came hero to aid in defeating him it pos sible. Ho denounced what he termed Seed's stand on the prohibition o,ues ,'ihn nnd declared that the senntor's "clears and unlawful Intention was to take the teeth out ot the tlghttenth amendment by hook or crook." Wheeler declnrcd tho three chief prohibition fights nt tho November ciecuon win no in new jersey, wnitu . lie hss already stumped ngalnst Gov ernor Rdwarda. a nronnunccd "wet. ' In Missouri, nnd In Ohio where the voters will pass on n proposed amendment to modify tho Volstead .ct. Following a speech nt St. Joseph tonight Wheeler will leave for Ohio. PArilS. Oct. i:. Forty-two Interprets lions on domestic and forelsn policy faced the cabinet when the chamber of depu tise rrcouvened today after tha summer vacation. LOS ANOi:t.t:3. Oct. IJ. Steve Slpaa. I dropped dead in front ot an undertaking 1 parlor hero today. Ilia body v.aa carried into the eetsbllehment and when s phy- ' slclsn pronounced the tnan dead the coun ty coroner orncrrii tno unncriaKcr io pie pare tho body for burial. TRACE MISSING GIRL ltltT Written In St. Ixmls Indicates Shu Will lletuni Homo Jjctt Willi Miirried Mini. KANSAS CITY, Mu Oct. 12. f-'earch for Ida Jloy Hasklns. attrac tive lfi-yenr-old pianist nnd choir leader of I-ittcr Day Palnta church ot Independence, Mo., missing slncb .September 29, was renoublod today with announcement of receipt of a letter from tho rlrl October 4, The letter, presumably written October 3. was on stationery of a St, I.nuls hotel and contained tho assertion that Ida Mny planned to return to Inito pendence October 6. Tho letter wos addressed tn Morris Wilson, 18, who has known tho girl two years. Miss Hasklns- left homo with her employer, Frank Holllns, 32, who told tho girl's parents that he de sired her to accompany him nnd hit family to St. Louis "to get supplies." Holllns, a newcomer In Independ ence, posed as a manufacturer of a new notebook. Ho left his wlfo nnd children In an Independence hotel. A state wisrrnnt charging Holllns with abduction has been Issued. A dredge for cleaning Irrigation ditches has been, invented that In operated by a gasoline englno car ried on a truck which runs along one bunk of n ditch. CONSTIPATION BILIOUSNESS Headache INDltiJtaS'ilON Stomach Trouble SOLD EVERYWHERE- "Music Keeps You Fit" An Excellent Line of Fine Pianos A. B. Chnso Pianos and Reproducing: Pianos Starr Grand Pianos and Uprights Richmond Pianos and Player Pianos Rtfrninpton Pianos and Player Pianos Now is the time to start tho children in music, which is one of tho most important branches of their educa tion. You may own one of these fine instruments for. a very small down payment and small monthly pay ments. Let us set aside a player piano for Christmas delivery. Make a small deposit and pay a little each week until Christmas, then pay tha balance out In small monthly payments. Wa glvo IS rolls ot music, bench, free delivery and a year's free service with each Player. . Upright Pianos From $150 Up. DaHaBBH". W LLBtaLHl This Will Ward Off And Break Up Colds Just a teaipoeoltl el Dr. Csljwtll'a Sjrsp Pepiln rimorrs lis cost eitioD c THC two oilmenls llinl tieoplo generally regard ns of tlio least hnportance nro in reality tlio rauso of most serious illnesses nnd of tlio greatest proportion of dentin. limy nro coiimi pation and com mon colds. Many doctors now 1m liuvo tliht colds, totuilitis, n touch of mnlnria will cause constipa tion, instead of constipation be ing their cause. The fact remains that you seldom liato n cold with out constipation, duo to general congestion. Tho only way to avoid colds is to keep up your vitality. You usually catch cold in tho winter if yoit tiro run down. Therefore in cold weather excrciso more; cat mora fully foods; drink four to sit Rlnstes uf water n day; keep tlio head cool, the feet warm, tho bowels open. You nro also loss liablo to coldi if your system is free from tlio intestinal polvms of constipation, so empty tho Isowels regularly with n plain vcgctablo lnxntivo like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Aid FAMILY MAY TRY IT FREE TAroimna'e ef parrnlt oei nefn Ihmttlm, ' H'nere ran I find a Uuit' uwlAy btratit (AaJ anyona in Ih .imty can me itlxn fninVwiW" tirpe yon ttt try flyrnp I'rpiin. I Ulll plailty penrtAf a itfWiil rre tampU f4tU, tuH'xient for an iii7u,ira Off. Il'riff nie irVre tV sfn,J If, ,W.rVni Dr. II', II. CMctll. SI3 Wiuhinglon .S7., Monticrllo. lllinoli. Ih U tunc! At tlio first sign of n cold, nt tlio first few warning snce7cs, tnko u teaspoonrul of Sjrup I'cpsin nnd thn congestion will Iks goun in n few hours. Don't wait until tho cold linn n grip on you. Mr. Henry Dean, Jr., of lloclicslcr, N, Y., cured a stulilmrn rold in just Hint wnv, nnd Mrs. Alien Corlilircy nf flaskell, Okla., uses it eiTectively for nil tho smninila of lirr family, such ns constipation, liiliousness, liendnclics, dizziness, nnil to Iircak up fevers mid coldi. Dr. Caldwell's Svrup Pepsin is a scirnliticnlly-liiilnuccd com pound of fyyptiun nejinn with plejisnnl-tnsting nrnnintics. It is safe to givo to infants, unci nil children like it. Ilcforo you ngaiu resort to cold remedies contain ing nnrroticH try n Uiasjioonful of Syniti Pepsin. Any druggist will supply you, nnd tlio cost is Icsj timn n cent a do&c. r W 7 Br vena me vipers Golden THAT is the order which insures good coffee, because Folgcr'sGoIden Gite his a flavor that never disappoints. It is"ditTcrent in tiste from other cof feeand better." Find out for yourrelf how rjood it is.Tell yout grocer to send you I'oltjcr's Golden Gate. J. A. FOLGER Bi CO. Stn l'rancisco Kansat City Dullai Shitvoid, Japan l Newest Fall Footwear Specially Priced Today and Saturday Values to $8 85 and H-85 $3 Ladies' patent, bro ended or satin. Newest wishbone style. Priced Lntiics' antin strap ef fect pumps; baby Louis heel $4.85 - $3.85 $4.85 $3.85 s llk'li si'IiihiI clrl.n' ncucst Colonial ctf(' t strap slippers, In patent or satin; low flat or ti licit ltccl; crj special, IIIkIi st'lionl elrls' sport n fords hi liruxMi ultli tan trim. Special, $4,85 $4.85 fjtillct' rlt sole, rnlfaklit ot. funis, In tun, inahoeaii)- or lircmn. ipcclnl, llcauliriil, lilult PpanMi heel, Colniilal slippers; In Mitlti, silk hriH'iulo or liriinm Uld. A ncuit fall rrcalloii, $10 Colniilal In rl lie hroende, sullus, pnlcnls, conililiinlloii satin nnil piitcnt, suciIom and cold sir silver i.Iolli, In strap , effect; wry sptchilly prkcil nt $4,85 S4.85 $9.85 TIMJ fillKllt, palcnt, sntlu ir snedc. Special, limeades, cnmlilnnllon Milln nnd patent or nil-over patent, nlMi limit ii, lilack or lirlue; low or high liccl, $4.85 Jleaullfii) silk lirocndo slip liers for oiciiIiik wear, In tlio lien rat eljlo heels, Very special, $8.50 lllgli school girls' slippers, In palcnl, kid or aatlus. Kpcclnl, FpR THE YOUNG MAN Ilrogne.1, Knclhli or Cnllcco lasts. Itegular IH laliics; high or Imv s,lnivti, rlpwlul todnr nnd CM Qr Sntiirl.'if only D'J-,Oll Try to get In Ttilin'n l4irgit Shoe Dlstrlliiilors $3.85 Attend our sale of children's school shoes Friday and Saturday. Unheard of values, and expert shoe fitters to serve you. Mail orders filled dny received. Send no money. Order kind nnd size desired, then pay postman upon delivery. If not per fectly satisfied, money refunded. UR BROS. .412 South Main 318 South Main Florfiheim and Nettletons for men, J. & K.-Selbys, Boyds, Welch, Red Cross, Dorothy Dodd, I. Miller and many others for ladies. Buster Brown and Humpty Dumpty for childrei. No. 8 West Fifth CcuAn.2739 Just 30 Paces Off thi ".Maiu Drag'