Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, September 21, 1917 Page: 3 of 12
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TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1917
STRAIN TOO MUCH
FOR GRAND STAR
Leading Man Memorizes 99
Pages of Manuscript in a
ANOTHER TAKES HIS ROLE
"The Idler" Registers Success
Regardless of Switch in
After memorizing 99 pages of man-
uscript and playing two strong roles
In a week's time Cliff Hastings popu-
lar leading man with the Incomjmr-
able Grand Theater stock company
could stand the strain no longer. He
admitted defeat and failed to appear
In the title role of "The Idler" which
opened with a matinee yesterday to
run the balance of this week.
He is not bedridden nor is ho in a
doctor's care but he is resting and
the other members of the company
voted unanimously that he had a rest
lAK-kcd Himself in.
Hastings announced yesterday
morning at 9 o'clock that he did not
feel equal to the part assigned him in
"The idler." Director Harry Vlck-
ery immediately rearranged the cast
and gave Whit Brandon the leading
part. Mr. Brandon who had already
familiarized himself with another
role In the play locked himself In a
dressing room with the manuscript
at 9:30 a. m. At 11 o'clock he
emerged from his seclusion and an-
nounced that he was ready. "On with
the show" was the Jocular expression
he used to make known his readiness.
A rehenrsal was held and he went
thru it without a balk. Director Vk'k-
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)UTH MAIN STREET
ery declared that It was the most re-
markable mental performance he had
ever witnessed in his 36 years on the
Drama Longire Present.
To make matters more difficult 25
members of the exclusive Drama
league of Tulsa occupied seats at tlio
first performance yesterday afternoon.
Some members of the lengue arc ex-
professionals and all of them are super-critical.
At the conclusion of the
performance R reception was held on
tho stage and the audleiice was In-
vited to come up and meet the play-
ers. Drama league memb.irs us well
us manjf others showered congratula-
tions upon Mr. Hrandoii and the
other members of the cast. Cliff
Hastings was one of the first to ex-
press his appreciation of tho perform-
ance. Feminine members of the com-
pany served light refreshments.
"The Idler" Is a delightful comedy-
drama of Kngllsh touiety life. The
scenery und the costumes worn by the
women are the most -elaborate yet
seen in a Grand stuck production
Mr. Hastings is now preparing him-
self for the leading rolo in "The
White Sister" which opens Sunday.
The rest he is getting will amply pre-
pare him for the wonderful acting
that he will be called upon to do in
this play. Miss Klla Krmner who is
to. play the White Sister is also play-
ing the leading feminine role In "The
Idler." She has appeared before in
"The White Sister" which of course
relieves her of some of the burden of
MAMMOTH CROWD SPEEDS
CREEK COUNTY SOLDIERS
BHISTOW Okla. Sept. 20. The
largest crowd ever gathered In Brls-
tow estimated at between seven and
ten thousand gathered here today to
bid farewell to the second increment
of draft troops sent from the second
district of Creek county. Ninety-one
men departed on the special train at
2:30 this afternoon.
Last night thousands attended a big
supper and street dauco given in
This fire-proof hospital is
appreciated and the X-Ray
and other up-to-date facili-
ties are open to a discrimi-
nating profession and pub-
lic. Dr. Fred S. Clinton Pres.
Miss H. C. C. Ziegeler R. N.
West Ninth and Jackson
Furniture (T f
Thundering Applause Voiced
by Citizens as Soldiers Pa-
rade Thru Streets.
WorH Creek County Bureau
119 '4 Kaat llobion.
SAI'ULl'A Okla. Sept. 20. There
was "a baptism of glory" for the 304
Sammies who inarched thru tne
streets of this city today shortly afier
noon from tho Masonic hall where
tbey had just finished eating the last
dinner they may ent at home tor
many months to the Frisco depot and
climbed aboard their special train
which was waiting to carry them on
the first leg of the long Jaunt "over
The largest crowds that ever have
been seen in this city filled the ia-
walks and overflowed Into the streets
when headed by the band blaring a
snappy medley of patriotic airs the
boys wheeled Into Dewey avenue from
Main street. Ail along the lino invy
M(re greeted by thunderous chpers.
Hundreds of flags were waving from
the hands of the crowds while busl-
nesB places were covered with the na-
There were scenes enacted at the
depot Juiit before the train puileu
out that will never be forgotten by
any of the vast crowd that surged
about the men. Mothers with baties
In their arms embraced husbands
time and again and then when tne
men had filed into the coaches they
stood holding their hands until the
train pulled out.
For the most part the nien were m
jovial lot. Their sentiments were best
expressed In the yells they gavo. One
mnn would sing out "Are we down-
hearted?" Back front the coaches came the
answer with all the power of their
lusty lungs. Hell no."
The Sapnlpa Hed Cross chapter saw
to It that the buys bad all they could
eat before embaiklng on the long
journey. After thiy had posed lur
movie n V1 B"d photographers they
marched to the Masonic hall where
they (ait down to an elaborate feast
prepared for them by Hed cross
members. They listened to last-mln-ute
and final ndmonishtngs trom
home-folk to "get Fritz." Then ths
march of triumph to the depot got
Hundreds of automobiles fell In be-
hind the procession and there w
chaos when their drivers turned loose
their whistles and sirens as if by a
given signal. Business houses were
closed from 12 o'clock until 1 o'ciock
In persuance to a proclamation issued
by Mayor A. K. Boggs. There were
friends and relatives of the men in
the crowd from every city and ham-
let In Creek rounty and Jurging from
the size of the crowd every man
woman and child In Rapulpa who was
able to go turned out to say good-bye
In the line of Sammies were mu-
from every walk of life. There were
the bankers and clerks the oil-field
Iloosier's Council of Kitchen Scientists
MRS. CHRISTIAN FRRDEItICK noted Household
Efficiency authority; head of Applecroft Experi-
ment Station New York.
MISS ALICE BRADLEY Principal of Miss Farm-
er's School of Cookery Massachusetts.
MRS. ALICE DRESSER. Consultant of Household
M US. JANET M. HILL Frlncipal of the Summer
School of Cookery New Hampshire; Editor and
MISS FAY XCELLOaO a promlnont New York
Arc hi toed
MRS. FRANK AMDLER PATTISON Domestic
Efficiency Engineer New Jersey.
MRS. NELLIE KEDZIE JONES Household Con-
MRS. H. M. DUNLAP Domestic Science Expert
employes and tho hard-fisted men
from the farms.
The 205 men selected to go from
this the eastern district of tho toun-
)'. were Joined hire by 7S men sen.
by exemption hoaid No. 2 from IIHs-
tow. and 21 .others from chanoirr
deklKPnted to leave with tho second
contingent trom Creek county.
I'liml Is liaised.
County Clerk (ins Corey nnd C. d.
"ertinenrer circulated thru the tUh-
inesa district a short time before tho
Sammy special whs due to pull out
and rained a sum of $230. With tm.
amount they proceeded to eclipse th
recent vvlcano discovery of '"the val-
l'y of 10000 smokes" and piled cigars
and tlBsretes into the baggage coach.
it was a more sober crowd wnicu
halted at the depot after the parade
ranks were broken and the men said
their laNt good-bye to loved ones nnn
khook hands with their friends. Hut
tho cheering broke out attain as tho
train slowly moved out of the yards
and out of each coach window tt flag
The fact that America was at war
had Htruck home with more force at
that minute than it ever had before.
The rrowd cheered wildly and the
Sammies le.mlnt; far out of the
coaches waved their hats and cheered
back they were off.
Pretty Young Married Woman
Arrested for Theft of
Following the theft of costly lin-
gerie silk hose waists and other
wearing apparel and Jewelry In the
fashionable Lucernu apartments
Tenth and Huston a pretty young
married woman who occupies a suite
there was arrested yesterday by the
At police hendciuutters she repre-
sented that she was a single woman
and not until the Jail doors were
thrown open did she weaken und ad-
mit that bhe wus married Mho stated
fliu did not want her husband to know
wliut hat happened but rather than
be incarcerated she telephoned for
him and he lated deposited u 5U
cash bond for her release. Her tr.nl
is set for 4 o'clock this uttornoon.
I he husband is a merchant of some
prominence with u high standing
among his friends and associates.
Occupants of the apartment house
have been missing various articles
from time to time for several weeks.
Most of them reported their door keys
stolen. For a time they suspected an
ice man and succeeded in having his
employers discharge him. Then sus-
picion fell upon the young woman
who was arrested yesterday. Woman
in tho house succeeded In entering
ncr rooms by a ruse. A search dis-
closed most of the fineries that had
been missing and the stolen door-
keys. Motorcycle Officer o'Dell was
culled In. The stolen articles were
returned to the owner. Fred Smith
signed the lnfoimation for the wo-
man's arrest She broke down nnd ad-
mitted her guilt but denied taking
the Jewelry which has not been re-
covered. The police believe she Is a klepto-
maniac and this belief Is strengthened
by the report of a Janitor that be saw
the young woman wandering about on
the fourth floor one morning ut 4
o'clock apparently oblivious of her
surroundings Her husband is a man
of means and there is no known mo-
tive for her wrongdoing.
Effort Will Be Made to Secure
Agreement Against Strikes
ATLANTIC CITY N. J. Sept. 20.
Co-operation of labor in assuring the
government that the production of
supplies will not be halted by Btrikes
or lockouts during the war was tu-
vlted by American Industry today in
resolutions npproed by the industrial
relations section of the war conven-
tion here of American business men.
The resolutions will be put before the
full convention tomororrow for final
The action was taken after a stir-
ring speech by Secretary of Iilior
Wilson who declared that business
has been making excessive profits in
which labor has not shared.
"lias it never occurred to you busi-
ness men" Secretary Wilson usked
' that the story has gone forth that
you are not patriotic; that you have
been profiteering? And did It never
occur to you that the working man
bar said to himself he will ins.st on
getting his shite of the swait? My
position is that thero should bo no
'swag' to divide between you.
"I have said to labor 'that this Is
no time to Insist on union recognition
and no time to insist on changes in
labor standards. Hut I also want to
say to you employers that this is no
time to stand on your prejudices no
time to insist oil profiteering. You
should not take .advantage of your
countrys' necessities to Insist on ab-
normal profits at this time."
Other sections of the convention to-
day took up the subjects of export
control the raising uf national rev-
enue by taxation and bond hsucs and
foreign trade problems.
SeCKi'lary 1 lurry II. Rogers was in
STILL HOWARD FAILS TO PAY
.Mandamus Action Probably Will Itc
Brought Against State Auditor.
World Capital Ilttrrnu
HVi Campbell HuiuMnf
OKLAHOMA CITY Okla. Sept. 20.
It Is possible that mandamus action
against F. Ii. Howard state auditor
will be filed by the attorney-general's
office In the next few days to compel
the state auditor to pay additional sal.
ary of $100 a month to Dr. Lcrey
Long as medical examiner for the
state Industrial commission. Dr. Long
already holds a position with the state
university at a salary of $20u a monin.
The state auditor refused payment
of the extra salary claim on tow
ground that a man could not hold two
Jobs with the state and draw a
arate salarv from each position.
The same condition applies to Ad-
jutant General Ancel Karp who was
by an act of tho legislature mado cus-
todian of tho capltol and given an ad-
ditional salary of $700 a year. Claims
have also been rt fused in the latter
case by the state auditor. One suit
will test tho question in all similar
Theso boxes are
mude of leather
and contain as
follows: Hoz. ub-
lorbent cotton. 6
yards of bandage.
2 yards adhesive
plaster 1 package
of silk court-
plaster 1 package
of safety-pins. A
value special for
Friday is dollar day with us and it is our aim to convince
more and better merchandise here. Ve want you to make
over these items; come in early this morning and we will
will be with the results.
Silk and Wool Dress Goods
Fancy silks for shirtwaists and
children's dresses; $1.25 and C1
$1.35 values per yard .... J)-i-
32-lnrh kimono silks $1.25 (T-
values per yard 3)JL
Fancy silks for shirtwaists (T-f
75c vulues two yards for ..
1 Jar cleansing
cream value fiOc;
1 Jar vanishing
cream value 25c;
1 box face pow-
der value 60c.
1 bottle toilet
water value $1;
1 box 'face pow-
der value 6O0.
1 box rouge vulue
50c; 1 bottle toi-
let water value $1.
1 box face pow-
der value $1; 1
cream value 25c.
VP TO $10 DRESSES $1
15 voile and organdy dresses worth up to
$10 dollar day special each $1
$2.50 WAISTS AT $1
Waists that sold for $2 to $2.50 each
slightly mussed. Materials are of voile and
organdy lace and embroidery trimmed.
While they last each $1
$1.50 MIDDIES AT $1
Good galatea middy all white and white
with colored collars. Our regular $1.50
sellers dollar day special each $1
$1.75 CAMISOLES $1
Special lot of silk crepe de chine camisoles
lace trimmed worth $1.75; special for dol-
lar day each $1
MUSLIN TEDDIES $1
Women's muslin teddies lace trimmed spe-
cial for dollar day each $1
HUNT-MURRY CO. I Sfs8:
SIX YEARS HAVE SEEN
GREAT CHANGE IN
llrcnt Williams Formerly with The
World Marvels at Tulsa's
Hrent Williams formerly advertis-
ing manager of The World returned
yesterduy nft.er on absenco of slxs
"I have been around the country
considerable since I left here" said
Vr. Williams yesterday "and every-
where 1 went I heard about Tulsa
but I never expected to see the city
that I find hero today. It cannot be
adequately expressed In mere words."
Air. Williams is now director of ad
vertising for tho St. Louis Star and
it 1.1 in connection with that publica-
tion that ho cnnie to Tulsa. Since
leaving The World 'Sir. Williams has
been connected with some of the lar-
gest daily newspapers on the continent.
Ugh! Calomel Sickens; Salivates!
Please Try Dodson's Liver Tone
I am sincere! My medicine does not upset liver
and bowels so you lose a day's work.
You're bilious! Your liver Is slug-
gish! You feel lazy dizzy and all
knocked out. Your heud is dull your
tongue la coated; breath bad; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. Uut
don't take salivating calomel. It
makes you sick; you may lose a day'a
Calomel la mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosia of the bones.
Calomel crashes Into sour bile like
dynamite breaking It up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and
If you want to enjoy the nicest
gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you
ever experienced ust take a spoonful
of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone to-
night Tour druggist or dealer sells
you a 60 rent bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tan under our serionsl moner-back
44-Inch novelty woolens
$1.25 values two yards for pJL
Fancy suittngs in plaids (p-f
75c values two yards for
md striped suitings (T-
ues lliifo yards for J)-i-
15c Ginghams 10 yards
17Vac Ginghams 7 yards
15c Percales 8 yards
Sheets worth 75c each for
dollar day two or...$l
If you expect to make a
Comfort here are the
2212C Cretonne 6 yards
20c Cretonne 7 yards
25c Cotton Bats 5 for $1
Huck Towels worth 12'Zjc
each dollar day special
12 for $1
'il K.FTKI M F.N LFAVK ADA
IMibllc (V'cbrallon Is Held for Men
WI111 Uo to War.
Bperial (o The World.
ADA Okla. Sept. 20. Thousands
of people were at the station this
evening to see tho 31 men from this
county leave for Camp Travis. A
band played patriotic u Irs and school
children waved flags. All day the
city has been given over to the de-
parting warriors. District Court Judge
.1 W llnlen halted the wheels of llis-
tlce long enough to hold a rousing
: reception In the room In honor of the
'men. He and iiiostof the attorneys
I in tho courtroom delivered uddresses.
Those who left are Koy Adair William
1 White W. M. Harden Torrcnce
(laney Joseph Harden Walton Har-
ris 'Hubert McKinney. James H.
Paugherty. James Moore Henry Mc-
jKinney Kdgar F. lloland Oscar An-
Iderson i'at llurnett Joe 11. Hush
guarantee that each spoonful will
clean your sluggish liver better than
a dose of nasty calomel and that It
won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone la real liver
medicine. You'll know It next morn-
ing because you will wake up feeling
fine your liver will be working your
headache and dizziness gone your
stomach will be sweet and your bow-
els regular. You will feel like work-
ing; you'll be cheerful; full of vigor
Dodson's Liver Tone la entirely
vegetable therefore harmless and can
not salivate. Oive It to your children.
Millions of people are using Dodson's
Liver Tone Instead of dangerous calo-
mel now. Your druggist will tell you
that the sale . of calomel la almost
toDsed entirely here. Adv
One string beads
value $1.50; spe-
cial for 91.
One set ear
$1.75 for $1.
One bud vnse
value $125 spe-
cial for f I.
One bud vase
value $1.39 spe-
cial for $1.
Ono Jam 'dish
and spoon value
$1.50 for fl.
On collar ami ruff
ant made of orKandv
and laca triuiina
1.50 valun; aperinl
fur Dollar Day. thi
you that your dollar will buy
this store your store. Look
be satisfied as well as you
35c Net 4 yards for $1
45c Net 3 yards for....j
50c Net 212 yards for...
35c Cretonne 4 yord for $1
40c Cretonne 3 yards for $1
50c Cretonne 2' yards
Fancy Silk Hose (T-
$1.25 value for ... pX
Kayser's Silk Gloves
$1.25 values f or . . . pX
Stamped Table Runners
$1.25 values for... tpX
Hemstitched Table J-
Covers 3 for tpJL
WOMEN'S MUSLIN GOWNS $1
Women's muslin gowns slip-over styles
lace and embroidery trimmed yokes special
for dollar day each $1
$t.50 WAISTS TWO FOR $1
One table piled with voile and organdy
waists our regular $1.50 sellers dollar day
special TWO for $1
TWO OUTING GOWNS AT $1
Children's Outing Gowns sizes 2 to 10 years
special for dollar day TWO for $1
SATEEN PETTICOATS $1
Extra quality black sateen petticoats deep
flounces dollar day special each $1
$1.50 CHILDREN'S DRESSES $1
Children's white dresses two to six years
regular $1.50 sellers special for dollar day
each '. $1
Cubby Colbert Steve Wiley William
J. Johnson Kd Davis Via Haskell
Anderson Joseph F. Webb Homer T.
Carney Clarence Meaty Orover Kent
Claude J. Olll. Dodson Lilly. John A.
McDonald Harold Waggoner Con-
stant William D. dray. I'aul K. Alder-
son Thomas l Helm Allen H. Wood-
ward. Women! Here Is
A Dandy Thing
Few drops on corn or callus
top pain then they lift off.
our lunli heels have
put corns on your toes anj
calluses on the bottom of
your feet but why care
This tiny bottle holds an
almost magic fluid. A
genius In Cincinnati dis-
covered this ether com-
pound and named it free-
zone. Small bottles of
freezone can bo had at any
drug store for a few cents
Don't limp or twist your
face In agony and spoil
your beauty but get a lit-
tle of freezone and apply
few drops on your tender
ui-fiinK corn or callus. In-
stantly tho soreness disap-
pears and shortly you will
find the corn or callus so
shriveled and loose that
you can lift it off with the
Just think! You get rid
of a hard corn soft corn or
a corn between the toes as
well us hardened calluses
without suffering one par-
ticle. Millions of women
kecD a tiny bottle on tho
and never let corns ache
TREATED ONE WEEK FREE
Short brtathlnf rUxd !a fav boura
walling water and uric arid ramovtd la
taw daya rrulntra llar kldnty and heart
Writ for Traa TrUl Traatratat. COLIUaf
DROfST MDV 00 Dtpt 10. ATLANTA.
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