Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 220, Ed. 1 Monday, April 30, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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TULSA DAILY WORLD MONDAY APRIL 30 1917
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lirofaiun wan nf Mimliin in-rlc Willi
lilarin riumlii rn ly Mrs. W A Ai'I'i-in '
Minn It ii I ti liii.wii. Mm A ('. Iiihii-nn
Mitt I'Id North ai. I Ml MaiKiiiH
1 1 1 1 l-K" I ' I ami w.nc ri 1 1 in I i I'V Mrn
Hurry i Munlnrk. Mm I'tnirl'-n K.
Kurrcn ind Mm Imn Hunt Mm Vic i
Inr C. Mii Iiim hud tin- mily iii.'-r i.f
thi afti-mmm. "Th- 'frTl f miiHir
fin tin w.ii." Tin. f I mi una I ri ji'ii I nf 1
the Ualll I'unl ronriil hIhiwi-i! f ;iu
t'l fllllill'il to o Il of Inwn I'lltlniiH nrt!
licciMiiit (if the i hiiriK in il.itf ati'l
thn thr cliih hitil fvpf'i-ti'it a ii.imI
liulu lir Hill (Hit Inn' anthlliK f.ll thf !
Meml'i rs nf the 1'iiri llflh nlf mo-rli-tv
luiirhril ht the Soni-rior ti-Hrnoin
Hat in day iLftr..'noon on the oit.imoii
(if their rK;.ur fnrtiiintiily gather
Iok toKethur for hopiuI ri-rreution The
M let y will meet for ltd nekt lliru heon
May 'i at the Hotel Tuliui uml m ill
uIho form a jiii-ii- 'art koiii time
ilnririK the month of May. i'Hilir
prenerit t Hat iir'ln v'u affair weie-
MeilnineH ll.irrv Hell. !; II f'orne-
liiiM Hay H Fellow Thulium I Mini-
roe Kiirl Hnie.l r l'rnl'1 y. Huleii'h
S Sn.nli ii K lirtlmii. .Miin r Ail-
ii.iiB i' U ll.iiri'aril K It lirnT
Mutes M ill tie Ali.l.-r H.ra ..e r
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I'.rj'li K.i'lni 'ii I'll. - I iii ..ml J..; .
Will -.If. M .! hom.i M;. .
M-.m I liii.ii's I'.mail wan hn'teM :.f
i iili.i ar.t int . tn.k' of tin- I'.-e I'l'iti
S.-il jr'iav v.l.i'1 Hlie i-nli it. ill.' I with
a iij'.rri.n: parrv fnllnwi-.l l.y Ii.ihIi
i '11 I I . ' t.it.le. nf 111 tire were
I'la ) .ir.al the l it. .re nt a party
l.ai; wan 1 ly Mr llnvi W i-
i t.olfi lii.e'i f.i r nf a liinl ;ini. wot
llo Mi I i a i k W I i.ll.u The
I 1 1 n I enii t.illi-f. were iliiofal.'t With
All 'i i I I . in i i.l I s lli (!.
the lo'to'ier nf The I Int. M . i I a u '
I'l. ink VV lullanl lnnanl V Uroa' h.
I'.lm. r A i '"k an I Mm Karl lun'ley
ii' I t!. M . - i m K'lth Toew anil Hutu
j-iikjtr pl.ivi-l The ri'-it meeTine wi 1
ha -e Mihs .InM-pl'irie Nye 'ih li..t.us
Mm John J. Shea Mm. Centre S
Mai.-hall li I Mis John J Sni.i.in.
tlilei- I'.al tleM. Ille afiil. were Hie
k-1 Kt . hn n. .ii. I nt a ililii'lii f ul fr.e-
lain.. I ai .1 pal t w It 0 l l n W A
' Smith as hostevr Hu tm 'lay i f' l im' ti
n I. I I. nun Ml; .si l h In . I :.'
. i.i-Mi I'lnk ami wit.- -wiit p. iii
Inili.i.'l efleil.Ve ail'l I'f'ty ilelnia
lli.rn rnr llie raril i.iu whete a
hi Ml' nf liatf'n . j r 1 1 the . f'el Imnll
at nii tin ii I. .'.ile Mrn M. ri-iiall ni
.Wl.l.'r 'f tl.' hvh h"!i' pi.'' Kill
nf fh" II. 'ie ylHilll.K malii'lis I i''-i ivi-1
-i favor . f t roiai.'e liiiiii'l Mm
Sn.l'h u'.'" ;.m.ti il in ii-rxln ly lii-l
nun- M.m M il ! I' . i.-
Mr ai-i Mr- J mn l: I'nle hive us
their I'll-.' i. Ml the will! il. il Mr. J
II M.1'1. W nf I- .W Tejl-
Mr. anil Mm llnherl Hour i amen
will ntii'i'.i it'irln the week tn 'L'2
Sniilh I'.itnn a-ne
Mi nn fur a Day.
iTlll.i Mm i.iliK Woihll
lilt KA K I- AH'I
I i I a pe l- MI !t
llaeon ninl l!iri.'h U hole N'heat lieins
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I'riaineil A . a i a i i h on Tnat
I 'mi hi in t Imi Hal. nl I a kei) Cuulaul
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KiM-allnpe. Sweet I'olatoi-M
Hplnacli I 'l ult Salmi
('oIiIk ( hum Mi Mihu he uml (.rip.
I.AXATIVK Hlt'i.M'l (il IMNI-: r-
limyi in aw There in only nnp "Urn
mo jiiinlnp" K. W (iltUVK S hiKra
tur9 nn hnl. 2.riC
Ji-t ir Mi-s'iuri Farnu-r Win.-Thri't-
of I'ri.'.'S nt Mc-
I i- i -. t.'.'W ! y ' nlnriel "
I "'ih.H town in fjil vt ni.-n hotu
'Ii- 'i.ilil.l .ill l. il .- ir iiias.. . . .
. . w ir'ajip ann Iifrfc t It. e-fficlenrv
who walk haml in Khivf with the' 1 ' " "'
fainhh-r the harlot the hntt ietirer.
T' Kind nf ( iliJ n.
TALKS ON "HOPE OF TULSA'
oil pity yu if oj lire teai.hinyi
I ov tiv rich i xampie that the)
r" "k i a.l unlit tn-i anse he is !
"Lific" Takes a Kap at Some'
Members of the I!ar anil
Other Tulsa Citizens.
TI - Ti. ' a fa'her w h
A I l.i
U h. i
t! Ameiiran union yet your nam Is whole French army which I represent
a h. wor'l for law h .-une-s in the Amcrl- here.
can rat. on. I "The heroism nd rfsolutlnn of the
'I'" h" many pr uil. hauKhty. ' Holdiem of Krancf. indeed deiwrye all
n.l .wed ren' .rnen wt.o are iiuiis the affection th ivho.i iat..o ua
I - ; hen on the ery i-riinii..n show n ih-m i. .
you wve "U- hand prm ffnr. .. and hrr).
buck a harharoim enemv. the French
army ha untiringly Inhered to in-
In the third vear of the war It ia
rtnachinir Trie enemv u-itk rrsuls- ".. . .
Ivieor .ml ... .i . .... .ami the I nucd Mate.-
I 1 r.ot :. that a man It i lire.
ki'l man lcause he w a rwh man. I Itrlti-Ii nnv Itin. r
'SiJe hy side with It and animated
with no lew heroic unirlt t.ni the
iHritish army whoe formation and de-
' irv KOt two kind of men in : ""'"''"'eni ey. r will remain the ad-
T.iN.. The .. ahidmK and the law "''ration of the world. The Oermann
nl P 'Mr. k mi the trouhie is that the ?.e realized Its wonderful growth
law al-ilinic aie'for iht nut part too Kv-ry encounter him made them feel
hu-v t.-Tt:- nch to take .are of the 'nc increasing menace of it strength.
Ipw i pp. --nr. If you don't l.elieve me Tnp contempt they pretended to feel
inr u in me early day of the war ha
gradually hemme a dread inure openly
avowed each day.
"ld hy iu illuntriouji president tht
I'nited State ha entered into this
war. Hy the nide of France in the de-
fense of the ideals of mankind the
place of America Is marked.
"France which long has recognized
the valor of the A
k-t j :-t a -I .i. kly as I'd in i.it' h my h. rishes the confident h...e the t-'n.J
of the I'nited States will oon be un-
r i c '
furled on our fighting line. This Is
what Germany dreads.
I'. S. to Hasten Kml til
"France and America will
pride and Joy the day when their sons
are once more fighting shoulder to
shoulder in the defense of liberty. The
victories which they certainly will win
wiil hasten the end of the war and
t-'hten the links of affection iuid es
teem which ever have united nance
j ileneral Scott chief of staff .if tne
larmy entertained Marshal Joffre and
(members of the military section at
.dinner. Franklin I). Koosevcit ii.-i.t-;unt
secretary of the navy entertained
Admiral t'ocheprat and members of
the naval section while I'.reckinridue
Long third assistant secretary of
slate gave a dinner in honor of
civilians attached to the mission.
nil. f t
imc and troub!" to ko to
'.IPC day and see th" ganir that
r'-. r. u'inir waiting waiting
to thmitle law and order. I
.1 pn i"
. 'I .
Ii ha ' ! ill
so' ii w nn 'hot
-! .p foi tr.-
h e nrgell.-t
I'l l W 11. the
' Tin li
w n i!o.. n
decent man ia too busy to
on j ines. you talk for law. you
t loudly hut you're too busy too
"V'iii men who are afraid to scratch
a ticket make me sick. I scratch a'
ticket J :-t as ! .i' k! as I'd wiati h my
h'-.'"l - and fn' the same teaiam. If
anythirg g'ts nn either of tliem that
I ilnn t want. I s. lap h it off.
1 nee r wave a run unless I've got
a g'jii. If my of you law bieakers
I' ll t like wi.at Tin Kiiyiiig. you Just
start S'.un thn.k'. I'm ready for you.
"A sli'inx man is the m .st magnifi-
c.'int WOIK nf li..'!. '".e thou stlOllg
lln i'-:'i". ii.il shnw thyself a man.'"
Send Surgiiins to KuroM
WASHIXliTOX April 29. Han
for sending one thousand American
surgeons to Kurope for service in the
allied armies were announced tonight
by the general medical hoard of the
council of national defense. The men
will lie picked by the American t'oT-
( harai ter.
"Is she a good mirse"
""he iimd he; she' a.w fully
In unci y.''
. n't i 4.
Is tiresentet here in all the different leathers
the modes that are liein worn and what every
All the New Ideas
Selected with extreme care ritfht from the
Fountain head of Shoe Style.
221 South Main.
II 1 v X""-V . v S
"Whs &s&titiQ )ta m '
pi till. I
1.. .11-1 .-"..'IS V I o
IN FRANCE SOON
ke 't. J p ;t;J ; j 1 fl.afi
a pp. a ' i-'t I 'It nf I le ... .
a S"ll s h" looked
h.!i.:.-if as M m looks I ke
.r' W.I went wii This :piri nin
Hi a cornpi 'i'iii fm rathem word
; who wen- least alike in
' o;ip- 'itioi.s wi-i e th' n
' 'l'i.- I la l l is had l nl th red
' i : .i r !: -r It was tin minutes
I'l' i ' i.'l !" n -t d. When
In ame with la .-.'liter
i in favor f tia ng this
1. stand up ' Arid the
in man. arose.
ll' i. tile
a I.-o w
I !i slip
ll was. I. Inr
old pa arri"-!
ta h'-riiacte as n
ONI M i ll run
the name of th
S'TiVd - was
'f.i.l In l-'i'-nch
: hi'ls .-i m.i
ii 1 1 pnndi- its
J. I. Hairis and his infant son
tlie pi . -a- ill heilig fill till I est
en i . d I of them.
Wnlian III aid who was only IS'
yeais old.-r than h.s 12 y .-n-old son.
captiind a pnze. "Y("i all coine
mii-'l'ly m ar l.i-ing twins didn t you '"'
ipieru d lane.
I!' cause he hrought four sons to the!
mtetiiig A. Simon won a prixe.
At the end of w hal wan ipiite the
most hilarinus time the old tabernacle
ha isri-r witnessed the revivalist
wiping away his tears of laughter
said. "There Hint anything in the
world as I ii mi y us folk. And you don't
have in make fun of them either."
There was a tabernacle full of
fathers rind i;on out to hear I'octnr
Mac on "The Hope of Tulsa.'' He
said in part: ;
"If you don't kick sin out of your
community it is hccv:se you've got a'
Talks (ii I nwjers. I
"'You've go' in your town the very
lakingK and rcrapuiKs of h'll imi well!
as in ii-h lv .mod folk i and I he greatest'
neeil nf Tulsa is for some nf the latter
tn look iimuiiil am f 1 1 1 I another yard-1
Mick than money with vvhnh to
mi a.suT-e life. j
"Ijiwyers who pro.-t I u te then I. .al
talent to the si-t i s f cilinc are ihe:
loi'.sl il.-inio runs miiiihiisfd Ainei-icani
si i n ty toil. iv.
"Some i f the slickest sllmest. most;
s..nlli.s.s crooks Ik fine Ihe Aiiiciicaii
I ai ha V e ( l ine to Tul.'in I
' nu'e crT Ihe fairest ci nM 1 1 u t inn i
M VAdF. OSK
: newspaper he repre-
repeated to tne mar-
there was a cla-plng
in the case of those
who spke l 'i em n a
tWj of gl'-etllig.
' Hi-ails sim lenient.
n the marshal Tn- k from the
t in his Jacket two written shiets
per and heg.in ii French He
I his heal a Utile as he read.
bidding the paper where the hcht
from a window b hind him would
Mr.ke it hest. Ills voice was e'en and
s' ft. yet such was its iii ihty that pcr-
s ai. at.'iiidirig In the far corner ol the
won fooni were able to heir every w rd
part in j American and French officers stood
I lust he hind him nt attention
i pin ki
' I". We
with w ho h
ever I'.'une into sini'i: they are
When the marshal concluded th.
corri-spondents applauded and he
sitilied The military aide reid an
Fnrllsh version which lie explained
was hurriedly made and Imperfect.
A the last word wan read and the
non- French -speaking correspondents
nalized the Importance nf the mar-
shal' remark there wa a burst of
applause then cheers cheer o loud
that they reached the ear of a crow I
of men and women waiting outside th
grounds to catch a glimpse of the
French hero as he started for Mount
Vernon. An American sentry pacing
up and down ontide the room lowered
his gun and discreetly peered in thru
the window Just lis the gray-haire.1
soldier of France enthusiastically
showing his appreciation was cheered
again even louder than before.
A translation of Marshal Joffre'
formal statement Issued thru the s'nto
department was cxpurired and did not
contain vital passages relating to Ihe
marshal's previously known desire for
ihe presence of an American force In
France. The translation follows:
Moved liy Ri cplioii.
"The very cordial welcome given me
by the city of Washington und the ex-
pressions of sympathy w hich rea'-'ie I
me from states and cities thruout 'he
I lilted .states have moved me de
a homage paid to th
Plain Wholesome Foods Used by
CooldnExpert Coming Next Week
The World announc with more
than a little pride and satisfaction
that Mis Kate Ihew Vaughn who Is
to well known to need any introduc-
tion will be In this city during- the
v"ck heginiilng May 7 She will give
a scries of six lectures on the "Home
"IT IS A FARMER'S
BEST FRIEND" P.
C. SHOCKEY SAYS
Says lie Has (lained Nine
Founds Since Taking Or-
Katone and Feels I'.et-"
ter Than He liver
Has in His Li fa
"I 'i gatntie is a
llleln sa:i! I ' 1' VM.....L. i... i
- I "" nil"
heen a farmer in this section for years
and who resides at the l-Visco addi-
tion. In talkini; to the drgatoiie rcp-
n s til itive :it Hoy J. tlctmnu a Drus
"I suffered with Indigestion for
ov er a year and a half un was rest-
less all the time." continued Mr
Shockcv. "and I didn't have any appe.
tite and I was I Minus .:iy in and day-
out 1 never knew what II was to he
free from headache and T might nay
I suffered all the time. There was
gas on ti i y stomach .in' I d feci like
:hcre was a big lump there and when
I'd get through eatuiH It felt like n
weight of some kind. I was nauseated
and belched al! the lime and J felt
Hied and run down. ) tried ail kinds
.( medicine an I 1 know I must have
l.i ken u bushel of it tint nothing did
me any good. Aftor I had taken my
fust bottle of (irnatnnc I suw right
wav it was Ihe Hung for loe and I
k' pt on taking it. I've now taken five
li'tllcs ot It uml I'll say I wouldn't
ti he any amount of money for what It
has il.uic for inc.
"I've ginned ulnr- pounds In weight
and I know I'm In hitter health than
I ri r was in my life The Indigestion
Is nil ifone. and I don't know what It
is to he I ill nis now. Kv.rylhing I eat
agrees with me and my stoni.icli has
nnl been bothered with puma since
ii.e fust bottle I don't helch nnv
more and that sickly feeling 1 gene.
I don't have gas on my stomach ntni
that heavy feeling in gone and I don't
i-et tired like I use. I l.i I .irt..
- - - -" 'v.. nu i SUtJIIII
a a dollar ."-lid when I get tip I can
In nlimit mv u-nil fni.1 1 ni.n i
could '.v twice na much without sct-
ii. ig urea ni nu. -
Thn eenolne iVrmtn. I. .
" p - --(-'w i a rillll T" A
cliislvely In Tulmi by Hoy It. Gotmon'a
1I.V..II LJ..K.. A.I..
I'lnhUms" at the (Irand opera house
under the auspice of The World.
Mrs Vaughn Is a woman of more
than charming personality and one
win se knowledge f the problems
which confront the average woman
in the homo Is without hounds.
Musical Program .so.
I Miring the week there w ill ho nt
the i irand opera house preceding tho
lecture a musical program that Is
sure to entertain the woman who I
musically inclined. Thin will heutn ot
- o'clock in the afternoon and con-
sume one-half hour. ;!r.i. Vaughn will
then lecture on one or another of the
piobleins that today are attracilng the
attention of all classes f people.
.Mi.tiv people prefer practical demon-
strations to lectures .mil after the
lecture Ihere will follow a practical
demonstration of food preparation.
These demonstrations are meant to
stimulate an interest In home r -nking
and to encourage the housewife o
that instead of having the elalsiri.te
tnoda that some cookery teachers af-
fect simple. Inexpensive foods will he
prepared In such a way a to add
dignity to the huusewife und beauty
In the tahle. Any woman attending
the lectures will feel at once the de-
sire to go home und do Just thn same.
If a doubting Thomas should wish
to know why Mr. Vaughn should bo
i. iieo in Kive incse lesson we
would wty thut there Is no woman In
he country who ha given more (hot
to the subject or who ha come In
contact with a lurger and more varied
inimher of people. .Mr. Vaughn has
been twice to the Pacific coast lectur-
ing and made two tours of the south-
east and the eastern cities within the
i.:si irw yearR where the never-
i casing but ever-lncreanlng' cry "Mow
can i reuuee the high cost of living?"
lulu caused her to concentrate atten-
tion on thl vital subject. Despite tho
demand for her service on the lec-
ture platform Mr. Vaughn has taken
a special coumo at the Teaclvr' col.
Ipge New York cltv and she recently
ha.- put In six weeks visiting the
schools of New York cltv. leet
nc . to add to her knowledge on
Knell Iji'tnrc Complete.
In view of thn fact that
Vaughn I in such demand.
World Is more than deliirhted
ncr serv cos have heen i'itr..i..i
end we extend n cordial Invitation to
all our friends to attend every lec-
ture and dctuonsiration. Altho every
lecture .ii Itself i campl. te. at the
same tinie.th? subjects are so corre-
lated that we sii'.-ges; that you ar-
range you' engagements for the week
In order to got the beiefit of tho
whole scries. Club rome together-
neighbor arrange to procure veals to-
gi'thers; school attend en m.i.isn
l"tVt forget! mh. Vaughn will
your from Monday to MaturJuv
ck ot atay t to iz. at tho (Irand
opein house. The Hat or due icrtnr
will tnke pl.-ice In the morning frr the
convenience of the housewife who
must Rive Saturday afternoon to her
.. . . ic ons ami te aim 1 to
have them on the firing line within
I k afi li A i Td vT7Wi
0 Convention Hall
y f?f - THREE MATINEES. rRIDAY. SATURDAY
m Vtf '"'Ti AND SUNDAY
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M "'f MW' VPJIZIJ1- 60V 75' "0 HIGHER
TaJft MATINEES 2f.C. iOc 75; CHILDREN 25c
JWA 7 WJjI no" 'l"i t Quaker Drug 8tor.
Hut .ing South.
EL 1'ASO April 2. Villa atir
making a second threat against the
border district formerly occupied hy
tho American punitive expedition
aaiii lias lui lied southcAst. according
to a statement today by (Jen. Francisco
Murgui.i. who is directing the cam-
paign against Villa. (Jeneral Murgma
arrived in- Juarez today from tn.
t. asas (Jrandes district.
The general denied there had been
fighting last week at (Juzmuu. or any
other place In that region as had been
rumored In KI I'aso.
SICK WOMAN HAD
Restored to Health by Lydia
Enhaut Pa. 'Twa all run down and
weak inwardly. I hail female troubles
ana nervous feelings
and my head both-
ered me. I would
often have crying-
spells and feel aa if
I was not safe. If
I heard anyone com-
ing I would run and
lock the door so they
would not see me.
1 tried several doc-
tors and they did not
help me so I said to
my mother 'I jruens
I will have to die as there is no help for
roe. ' She got me one of your little
books and my husband said I should try
one bottle. I stopped the doctor's
nir i.'icine and took Lvdia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. It soon made a
change in me and now I am strong and
do all my work." Mrs. At'CUSTUS
BAUGIIMAN Box 86 Enhaut Pa.
Why will women continue to suffer
day in and day out and drag ou t a sick ly
half-hearted existence missing three-
fourths of the joy of living when they
can tind health in Lydia K. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound ?
If you would like free confidential ad-
vice address I.ydiaK. I'inkham Medicine
Co. Lynn Mass.
SELECTED MENU HOME-MADS FRENCH
Afternoon '! 3 until 5:30 p. m.
Dinner d until R p. m.
MARSHALL FlKf.D CANDY.
fctrEIUOK COXFFXTIOXKRY AM)
Ml Sooth Main.
Lunrbeon 11:30 until 2 p. in.
hllll 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 II II 111 I
Bw ijfiT T ili ri f fit 1 M MlllL: 'tgii B : i tb.kl. A.i s
1 4v2 VlikVY 0ficer CaseV saKS '
lyVt cSyfy I "When I'm on duty I have to let
WjOZk VAFvssfyM I e smoe-stack do me smokin' but
fffifl. wYWmj I narv tie toime do I let the choo-choo
yfflJWyy 1 do me chewinV'
UUTHE FLAVOR LASTS
is the companion for any and all times.
It puts work into the worker and think
into the thinker. It puts the gum into
gumption and makes smiles for miles.
It's wrapped tight so it keeps right. You
get all its goodness fresh clean and full-flavored.
(licware of imitations none can
tqual the WRIGLKY quality
materials flavor and lasting goodness.)
PERFECT GUM PnSt
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