Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 253, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 2, 1917 Page: 3 of 12
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY JUNE 2 1017.
JUNE 5 TO BE A
Registration Plans for Okla-
homa Complete; State
SONS TO FLOCK TO NATION
Council of Defense Tells How
Occasion Should Lie Ob-
served in Future.
Spci'illl to Tim M'tirlii.
KI.AIID.MA CITY. Juno 1 In
Oklahoma as clscwuere June 5 reg-
istration day promises tn pass as the
iiiphI solemn occasion in I ho history
of the co'.'iilry. According to reports
coining In to tlie iklnhoma state
"oinirll of defense tlie pi oplc of Ok-
lahoma r'eou'nize the si'-nificanre or
the even! .Mini Kiev lire prcparim; to !
rbscrc it fittingly j
"lii -KiHtrntioi! (lav should ho filtiny-
iy celebriCcd as a consecration or the j
American people to service and s icr:-
fice" is the openlni; appeal to citizens
oi' tin' state from the council in a j
fi mini Ma lemon! sinned ly .1. M.I
Aydelotte chalrnian and !r. Struttn'i j
l. Itrooks. sccretniy. "It should h :
welcome to those registcrnm. It'
should he a pithlle expression hy eacn !
lommunily of its u illn.snoss to sur-j
remler iis sons to the country.
"It should he celebrated ill a se-
rious spiiit nnd lep; as registration
(Illy only." the statement continues
"ft must he distinguished from Kiel
ordinary holiday. Xo id her object'
K.c limine New for Oh!
14 u il 1 1 lit West nrroncl
Office 15 East Fifth Street
WILLIAM J. LODGE
Room 420 First National
Bank Bldg. Tulsa.
W. J. GREGG J. L MARTIN
Itoolns 14-1.-16 llrst Nlltlonul
C. O. WlnlcrrliiRPr Xurso Kcgtstcr
Guy W. McCullntiKri
Hloubray Undertaking Co.
Fifth and Boston
flradaiiar'ern for hrlptok Lenses.
iOH South Main Street.
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
717 South Cheyenne
Children Cnroil for Durlnit Worklnj
or Shopping Honrs.
STANLEY & M'CUNE
415 South Boulder
For a InmoiiHtr;itlnn of
Telephone 895 and Ask for
G. C. McCLELLAN
"The Dictaphone Man"
217 South Host on Tul.su. Okln
Wilson-Mac Taqgart &
Wilson Furniture Co.
Easy Terms Low Prices
J10-I2 EAST SKCOND STUKET
List Time Today Don't Fall to S
tha Lubln Photoplay.
The Rights ol Man"
AU Star Vaudavllle Bill.
6 BIO TIME ACTS fi
VAUDEVILLE 2:30 4:30 7:30 B:.10.
PICTURES 1:30 3:30 6:20 8:ii0.
Weak Dny Matlntea 10c.
Nighta and lundaya 10c and SOc.
CHICHESTER S PIILS3
i'M Jtoitfl Aikj..rJr'lo'A
T(( 05iaf 'lil.i'H'lr aUl.mo.i Ilr.AM
MX0i I'lllf U H-4 "" ''' irelilllclV
JT "Ml inlH llh BluoKlbboa.'VX
ltn. anM llh BluoKlliboa.
Tak mlrr. Hnr Jaur Ti
llra.il.l. AvW ill IIKK.'EItU
y n J." ikrlUCril.flftll.A'.aJri:'.'
NfSOlO BY OrilCOISTS EVERYWHrr.'
- a flat a-am aiAKa rtPIUinM 1 r
I I poaltivel ipjae.
ff AUIC9)IUUM KCtVAnUSarTtee tnvrteii
aWHueeeaslu) Monthiy 'Compound. te ny renevettiirni
of thei onueet mott obetmete. abnorrn' ' raeea 1 n I hi 5
davt. No narm. pain or I nlerfr'nee w.ib wurk. Mai
II Iw Dfuhle Strenirth Z 00. lOOhlET ft. Write toilny
U teWTIUiTOIIUEOl CO. I4t lail IL.Immi brj.aV
I ItUStiXI'XS CARDS
r - - ----- ------
Wilson on Registration
"The day here named Ileitis-
tration Day is the time up"ii I
I which all shall present them- I
selves for assignment to their
"It Is for that reason destined t
to he reniem Ivred as one of the
most conspicuous moment In t
our h!stor. It Is nothing less
than the day upon which tlie t
t manhood of our country shall
step forward in one solid rank
I in def -use of the ideals to which I
this nation is consecrated. It is I
important to those Ideals no less I
I than to the pride of this genera- I
tiiui In in.' ii i ti-Kt in u Its devotion I
to them that there he no naps t
In tiie ranks.
"It Is essential that the day
he approached In t hut fill' ap- I
I pi ohem on of its significance I
and that we accord to it the t
honor am! the meaninir that it
I deserves. Dur Indus' rial need I
I proscribes that it he not made a t
tei linical holiday hut the stern I
t sacrifice that Is before us uri!es '
I that it he carried In all our
hearts as a itrent day of patriotic
I devotion anil obligation when I
the duty shall lie upon every i
man. whether he Is himself to I
I he registered or not. to see to It
I that the name i f every male per- I
son of the designated arcs is
written upon these lists of lion- I
or " - Wnmlrow Wilson. I
should ho allowed to Intrurte thereon.
"Kla'oorate end costly decorations
shoiild he discouraged. The spirit of
Volunteer servii in all preparations
for and activities of the day should
"The celehration should L centered
nround the registration places and
tfosc who rou'isler should he especial-
"Th" registration places should b'
decorated with the National Colors
Whistles lllow and Hells IliiiK.
"At 7 !n the niornim;. the hour ?
tin' opening of the registration hootlis
i liurch and fir" hells should he rniiK
and whistles blown.
"Hands shoi.nl he played near the
illustration pieces and tho parados
"I BEGAN TO
And Soon Saw That It Bene-
fited Me" Writes This Ken-
tucky Lady. Read Her
Hlfton Mills. Ky.- .Mrs. C. W.
Woods of this place writes: "Ahout
years ago I Rot In very had health.
I Kot Inn weighed only HI hs. and
1 am tall too. I had dreadful pains
in my h it and right sides. . . I then
had in attendance Dr. . who (jiivo
medicine for ahout a year which did
me no good lie then told me to take
I'ardui. Ho said he thought it would
mem fit me more th in anything I
I would t!et so had off I couldn't do
my work at nil. and I was confined
to my heil part of the time; soutctini"
awful ... 1 then began to take
t'ardui and I soon began to see that
it honefiteil me. It eased my pains
Mid the enlargement Went out of nv
. . . and I have hecn steadily getting
better ever since.
I am now In letter health than I
! have heen since I first took sick am
'lout .....1 .... .....rl. nil flu- ton..
1 certainly am getting' my former
health hack find I have a good color
and feel hotter than since I not sick.
I now weigh 13:1 'i lhs."
If you sutfer from any of the nil.
nionts so common to women try Car-
tful the woman's tonic. Adv.
Save $50 to $200
New Pianos or
Lowesl Price In V. S.
on These and Many
a Piano on
west Outri baton
of Ih4 world
meat Lhn -if tithrr pin-io mail. Vnu
Ja.i own t-iiifWi'(il ttUlnvsjr oa ottr
Orvitta MIS 2T0. UvffgMi 1110
totltOO. Jmn hmm tit
Wf mm mxa Cm temmimitm poa pmp
ljlklul 11 intothenuudt of
h'rli tKruiiuli rn HiinerlRtiv mrr-
IU at uiir prtra lur iim-iI c-uatfnora
haraofun mkI that tlburn ai
! uponor to nriathbura luatrumauU
prieoJ at U to t-ob-
nw HBD UariffTin tWI an an).
H' ktm t
rail rratn 11
ThrfP It TTf- jJh!
tpecial vlu in thli
94 1 6. Term
only t futnjrMl to
.Uawhrr from tt-U)
( artltin vpht 'n auid ymr oat tv
UttOIMUf. UfirUBIlrO ! out t
for thia who riivn to
Atataeaar price oar
B. atwi wr rJ
Call to m and
wimdrffullr human tluyr
bueo educator aad aoUrUini
for cautogmeof any of these or
any other of our tpodM value
Blvinff tnatrumtnu. i
We eeaa tea rka mai4 taaa
m pair Jor lawhri.
FRANCES NELSON in
town Tlini' 11:30 ll':4.- ii
minis aoc iiimhi;.
TO.MOIIKOW AXI) M)MV
VIVIAN MARTIN and JACK PICKFORD In
"Till': liXHh AT homi:"
COMING "THE WITCHING llOt'lv."
should make a feature of stopping
thereat. The ineti of registration k
should he the ftatine of the parades
and should he escorted where praou-
c.il.lc to the registration places with
patriot ir music hv their kinsfolk
neighbors ami friends.
"To those rotiist"! inn. a badge may
he given 'bowing that they have an-
swered to the country's c ill. This
should he simple ami distinctive mm.
Iiolic of the tate and nation and with
appropriate mo'to. It should ho given
only those r Ki'leriiirf.
Spis i Ill's and Soinr.
"After the registration hootlis nrw
closed large gatherings may ho held
with suit'ihle siioecheH songs music
and rending of the proi 'Initiation and
messime of the president.
"In communities where there nrw
con.siderahle Kroups of the forelun-
iioin who do not understand Knullsh
l eisters opainiui; toe renisti atloii
should he printed in foreign lan-
s'lumos ami hroadly circulated.
"l-'rom press and pulpit and ill Kin
schoolroom every effort should lie
i m i ted to Impress upon all cili.cns
their dutv at this vital crisis In tne
history of DTI! Ciir.N'TltY. let the
words rliu; forth 'The world must la;
nade safe for democracy.'
I rue All t I'n'iinro.
"The rovirrment relies upon Ins
slate council of defense to take the
leidiic.r part in the 01 i-a '11at ion of
this eolchra'ion. The chanihcr ot
commerce of the I'nited States and
the nath'tial cotnmlttee of patriotic
and defense societies reprcsontin:;
respectively the rhamhers of rum-
mt.'rce and the u'reat patriotic sooictici
of tile cuntr'. are at our reU''st
JoiniiiK in the work and will In en a
state place themselves in communici-
li' ii with the state council.
"Ii'-al orKatth'utlons are urpod to
hcKin pri'iiarations tor 'lie day Imme-
diately. If the state council can lie of
service in any way wiite to us liu-
i'harles Kay has stored the comedv
hit of tne season n "The I'm. oh Kit-
tor." a TriaiiKlo play directed hv Vie-
tor 1. Solid t.iniicr under the personal
supervision of Thomas II. Ince which
will he (Xhihitod at the Majestic thea-
ter Sunday and Monday.
"I have seen some thnlhni; hasehall
Karnes ill my time'' says 1'. t'. Iine
editor of KiiU'ImII Mairazine "luit 'Tlie
1'inili Hitter' was the prize thriller.
As to atmosphere. I lacked only a hai;
of peanuts and a holtle of pop to im-
airuio myself In tho grandstand and
not a Iheaier. 'The pinch Hitter' Is
a master production comhiiiii!? the
sure tiro appeals of romance comedy
and clean sport. Charh's Kay's por-
traal of the title role is Immense."
The story which Is hy (!. t!ardiier
Sullivan concerns a lulihorly larmer's
hoy who incites the Kihes of the ilap-
per coUctio men when he arriais on
Hie campus. They consider him a
spocitnent of the prehistoric ace as
his clot his would inuleale. Put he
comes to hat at the crucial moment
In the h'K (tamo of the year and he
makes i;ood with the fellows and with
Ahhie Nittleton the pretty proprietor
of "Tlie Students' Progressive t'ream
The old family remedy-In tablet
lorni-sufe mire easy to hike Nj
opiutes-no unpleasiint after effects
t.ures coldj m 24 hours-Crip in 3
days. Money buck if It fnili (Jet
Lit' W!!"' !M"t '" 'ed Top and
Air. Hill a picture on it-25 ttula.
Al Any Druf Star
One Price. N j Commissions
Vosc & Sons p'""
awwnnHB fur well
c9T 1.0 yi t.-(i i..iwn aa (ha
Blaixi with th baaultful human nymna-
itle tona Vuaa actuHi U Ir liait ful
and rw wri)a of im ran lsml tha
otquiiita hcauty of tha rahinat taaaafs
at na ihuon In Vim catfit.
HBO aa4 ua. llavWMa liaA
a. Tenne (roai flO tm aieatk.
The iweei tlng-
hMtrMfnl nlann in.1 (KhI.piI
In UN wurld nuait-allf la. tnla
Klomon & Nord
(14 per month.
to !&.. It la not
200 and up. Termt from frS
per month. We aro proud of thli
luriir a plno and If wa took "nil
we could cot i man? daalara ou tli
n haiul. hut a
ri'-a mi tnn waniv na ix' iniTca.i
tluyr fiauo it la
Genuine Pianolas i
In uuaKtr I
r wan i
filayt r piurtufi in tle w.irld arw of-
r.'.l fti atelnway. Weber atoah
Stroud 4V Wheeloeh plenoe. Al
fartnrr diitrlbuton our pri It
frora If you want aomethlni
Tcry choice write for rauloa and
dearription. Loweet Pnt?t inU. fi.
hear or write
c al . I
Sora-MOsTc Co. mam
JA I Sr It;
Well called I Heai
thecoma LI It:
Kavurtte. g Lorv It.
Tha Plmnm Houtm That Haa tmmmd Voir ConHCine:
"The Beautiful Lie"
3:15 4:o. S. !.) 7 9:30.
n. (iiii; m.tim:k)
PASS 2 MILLION
EIGURE IN CITY
Local Banks Announce Liberty
Loan Subscriptions Total-
MESSAGE IN THE CHURCH
Ministers Asked to Give Time
to Bond Speakers Sunday
Knell minister In Tulsa will he
asked to donate fie minutes of Ills
regular sen ice next Sunday luorulim
to speakers representing the commit-
tee in c ha Die of the l.theriy loan sale
ill Tulsa. ThU rcpicst wiil he made
on the theory Ihat the o crsiihscrip-
tlotl of the l.iheity loan will he a
means of shell ioi the war and thus
("'NiHT II .l.l Si'M ire to liu I in l.sl tan
j wm lcl.
I I ; 1 1 s.'n i .i 1 1 s c.f tin1 Tii 1 -n luniks
lC;it Ihcir t ' l 1 ' h ( 1 1 ic i:illli;iiiill lit 1
n'cloi'k 'i'Sti'l')l:i- iii"l'llltlK iillil I'Dllttn-
iK'il It iliiriim' tin' il.-iy. All t)u l.aiiUs
I report cinisitlcr.'iliU' jironrt'SH. ili total
nt noon Nliowiiit' iivrr $ J . Ii imi i i mi worth
nf mil'ri(iiis ha'l t it KM I'ivil to
jilato. Anotltrr iiiriiiinicliii; l'tatun
was (In1 inri'i'aso in tii iniiiilM'r or
mil. m i iliors Ilic ri purls kIhia'imk thai
i;2o pcnili' arc now I'litrons of til"
loan. Tin' ri'ioit inadi' 'I'ui'-ilay noon .
Iiowrd 41 j siihstTilit'i's in:iUini;an In-!
rr asi' of :ns s.il'NrrllTt'.s this wt i'k. j
C. of t . Will i-l. j
At this tlMM-tltliX y.'Stt'i'ihiy tllf rhalll-
lo'i' f commi'i-rc ilir-ctors plctlt'il
tin ir :.uiiort. 1'ivslilnit .Mi'l'arlui ;.
i ri'.-scl tho lu ll f that Tulsa shoiil.'i
jscll .'.iiiiiiiniii .o;th of the loan ;i.
ills sliaro. Ilo i'li'ilu'i'il his pi'isonal
sup lort ami tho support of all his
: .'isMn iati's. Hi ports from roniiuittni's
I sh"v t h.it work i' inriiii; tin' fai t ii h's of t
Itlic oily Is rr or.' our.iiiini-'. ijnitr a
' li'v of tin inaniifai-t urors aiol ml rotn-
; t.u i: it's of tin- ntv mo huviOM liotiils
; for their i inployi's in a Mition to tliolr
f o ii suliKrrinl ions. Ah xauilrr Kmtoi'
'the Kirr Class roiupanv aniioiini-i'il
;tn."t his i-oiiipan t'T'uposi'il to sell $ o il
i P.. mis to their employs at the rate!
of M per Wei l; ii hunt anv interest
i anil w 1 1 1 1 a pleil ;e to i em miv luiiul
out :t a premhilii anil to p.'iv h.iek nil j
iliai.l ill hv the haver sliouM he fiiul i; !
ilnpossil'le to oomph te his pilrehase
iither luani'faeturers are polnr to he
avheil to ilo as inin li.
.lime . ii llollilav.
All of the hanki- of tho rity will
close on June ii- registration il.iy luit
It will not he a holiilav for the hank
J help lnsle.nl every hank oflleial anil
en.ploye will he askeil to put In an
xtra liiinl ill Ps work seiliin; l.ilierty
j honils. Kvcry eorner of Tulsa is Ki-
uii! to lie reiiel.eii on tins ii.iv ir pos-
fil.le. tireat eiieoiir.it.'enient vas Piienuii-
tercil in the teli'tilinne eainiiaimi es-
tenlav. Many people pleilceil them-
selves to huy I.il ertv I onils. Their
names w'll he t'iriieil to the haiul
where tliey do business anil that hank
Hill follow up the eiimpaimi ami
( lese the h lie.
'oiiwhlei alile lark of Information
Mas finiml reKaritins the lionils ami It
i hopi'd that the pi rsonal i iiupniK'i
over the tel-phone ami hy personal
Hiliritntion en .lime f will clear up
all iloiihts peilple may have ri'iianl-
Iiir the soiimlness ami safety of l.ili-
In a report receive"! from the com p-
trollcr of tl'e iiirreni'y hy tlie local
committee to'lay much Information
f.r. tlie hunt! Issue is Klveu. This re-
ports from all national hanks
lis ol May 1 11M7 .Inst conipileil
rliniv tliat the total resources of these
hanks at this time exceed sixteen hll-
lien ilollars ( $ I il Out). linn ii'iii ) nun
are fliiO.aiMI.OOi) more than the Kieat.
est resources ever heretofore hclil. I'l
tne country hanks as well as in the
hanks in the reserve cities resources
have broken all previous reionls. The
increase oyer .March f in resources In
reserve and central reserx e cities ex-
ceeds J'.io. 000 Will while the country
bunks are J 7 O.ilOO.noo ahead of all
".Since July 1914 the resources of
our national and state banking oruan-
iz.itions have Increased hy the enor-
mous sum of eiuht billion dollars
t $S OOo.tiOd OHO ). This increase alone
exceeds the total deposits of all hanki
lat'HP and small in (ireat Hritaln nun
Ireland Including several banks
whose tot lit resources nro Kieiter
than those of any individual bank in
thlH country tinil also incliidlmt all
deposits ill the Hank of Kmtlaml.
'Financially this nation is fully
prepared to meet successfully any and
ecry demand which duty honor ami
(he fulle.it protection to the lives nnd
properly of its citizens can impose it
Is ready mil able to vindicate before
the world the principles of demov-
I.ruil tlie Woilil.
"No nation ever before po-scssed
the Immense financial stren-'th mil
power which are ours todav. Wo
have become tlie Breutest reservoir
of world credit.
"Kiuurrs indicate that the produc-
tion of wea'lh in tlie I'tilted States
for the p'lst two veins has been at the
rate of more than HO.Ooti.ooo.ooO per
ountim. Pinee tlie outbreak of tlie
w ir In Kurope two yenm and ten
months niro students of the situation
tell us that this country has created
nbout $ 100000000.0(10 of new wealth
n:ul that the .njrplus earn'iicn of the
American people over and hoyni-t
their llvintr expenses for this period
have exceeded twenty billion doiiiu
C0. 000. 000. 000).
".Much of this accumulated wealth
produced by over foity million Intel-
ligent workovs has been reinvested In
mills und factories in tho enlarge-
ment null expansion of business en-
terprises of all kinds nnd In loans to
foreign countries while our deposits
In banks have increased billions.
"It Is believed that tho lnvestible
earnings or profits of the citizens of
tho I'nited States lire now increasing
at the rate of 12000000000 everv
three months so that If all our people
should Invest In the Liberty homls
their entire not Increment or excess
of Income over actual livim- expense
for a three months' period and avoid
other Investments this ulono would
practically absorb the entire issue of
bonds now belnn offered.
"Our irnverniii'Mit his recently
placed nbout seven hundred million
dollars ($700000000) of treasury
notes nt from 2 to S" per cent Inter-
est nnd these have been taken und
P'lld for without crcatlntr a ripple In
the money market."
Dntlil Starr Joiilnn's Son I nllsts.
SAIf LAKE C1TV Utah. June 1.
Knight Starr Jordan son of Mr. David
Slurr Jordan the pacifist lender hns
signed tin upplicntlon for the naval of-
ficers' reservo corps. Jordan Is 29
ears old mart led. and gave hie resi-
dence as I'ruvo Utah.
The same skirt you will
be asked $1.50 and $1
for elsewhere; all patterns.
Holmes Clothes Shop
CONVICTS WILL REGISTER
Seven Hundred innl liliv Will
I.lsleil In Sclecllve Innfl.
i rs.-.-ia c I ! ' ii on i .
I .M'AI.KSTKIt. June 1.- There will
be Toll of the ll!il.ri prisoners at the
Mate penitentiary who will he rems-i
Itercd June 5 under the selective lira ft !
'law. Sum I.. .Morlev. Warden. Slid to- !
!day. Two of tlne. Itoswell West-
I brook white nnd Willie I'isher lu-
ll. an. arc under S'litenee of death for
murder but appi ills on their cases
aie ponding before the state supremo
The penitentiary Inmates will he re-
folded as felons an ait which pre-
vents their hci t'iiiK hi the army null's-
tlmv et executive pirdoii. The
l'"port must be made to Aneel Karp
ai'.lulant mneral Oklahoma national
fiiard. who forwards It to thu war do-
I'lirtmvlit. Hot ult ItrcHliiir III .Mexico.
I.A1CKOO. Texas June 1. hollow-
cis of the defeated candidate for kov- j
ernor of San I .ills I'olosi have refused
to acknowledge tho election of Car- j
ranza and are formliiK a revolutionary i
party today hy arrivals from central I
liere today by arrivals from central I
Mexico. They said the adherents to
the new parly were assemblini; In the
! mountains preparatory to raiding:
America n I Vult n I avor.
WASH IMi'l'i IN Juno 1. Amerli an
fruits particularly apples and pears
are in Krcat favor In Urazil and Ar-
gentina as shown by a Knvernmeiit re-
port made public toil iy. The two
countries now Import elKhty thousand
barrels of apples and sixty-five thou-
sand boxes of pears annually from tho
A CHILD'S TONGUE
SHOWS IF LIVER OR
BOWELS ARE ACTIVE
If cross feverish sick bilious
give fruit laxative ut
Kvcry mother realizes nfter Kivlntr
her children "California Syrup of
Kins." that this is their Ideal laxative.
because they love Its pleasant taste:
and it thoroimhly cleanses the tender
little stomach liver und bowels with-
W hen cross Irritable feverish or
breath Is hud stomach sour look ut
tho tonirue. Mother! If coated ive u
tenspoonful of this harmless "fruit
laxutlvu" nnd In a few hours nil tho
foul constipated waste sour biln nnd
umllKCHlcd food pusses out of the bow- i
els and you have a well playful child
ii Kill ti. When Its llttlu system Is full
of cold throat sore him stomach-ache
diarrhoea IndlKcstinn colic remem-
ber n Rood "Inside cleniisini?" should
nlwnys bo the first treatment itlven.
Millions of mothers keep "Califor-
nia Syrup of KIk-s" handy; they know
n tenspoonful today saves n sick child
tomorrow. Ask your druKKlst lor u
fifl-cent bottle of "California Syrup of
Fits." which has direction;! for babies
children of till llK'es nod Kl own-up
printed on the lint tie. llewuro of
counterfeits sold here so don't bo
fooled. Oct tho Kenulne" nindo by
'California I'ig yruu company."
You Going Away
If so you will need clothes that
are stylishly made and of good
materials. We have a large
Cool Cloth and
Palm Beach Suits
Come in and look them over.
Knee length union suits
of good material at r0c
They will cost you
much more elsewhere.
223 South Main
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