Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 43, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 31, 1917 Page: 2 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1917
L . i ssssssasrarawi jmbiii iiaasa-sa
THIS IS DAY OF
Luther and His Students
Four Hundred Years Ago Mar-
tin Luther Started Mod-
LECTURE HERE THIS EVENING
Month's Course at Tulsa Luth-
eran Church Come.s to
Fi; hundred years nun tmlav there
came upon the tugc (if history a ni.in
whose work It wuh !o turn the world
from fn M-rnT 1 1 Ion to sovereign nation.
Without help of telegraphs cr lall-
wajs copies of Martin l.allui'H decla-
ration of Independence wo nil over
Europe In two weeks time mo great
relief Hnd gladness did they bring- to
ull. Ills posting" up of tlllH protest
(which cul'd the word "protestnnl" )
on October Jl Ml 7 will l comiiicm-
orutrd In Tulsa tonight lit the
Lulhcrn cliurrh when I'uHtor Mnssey
clones the anniversary free lecture
"Assuredly" declares Theoilore
Roosevelt "we must all celebrate Hoc-
tor Luther's 4O0th anniversary." And
the beloved Methodist Hlahop Quiiylc
Mid last inunth "were I.uther on
earth today he would he an Ameri-
can." America la hardly cnncelvablu with-
out the Lutheran reformation; Ainer-
Surgical Operation Thought
Necessary but Lydia E. Pink-
ham s Vegetable Com-
pound Saved Her.
Madison Wis. "I was a terribly lick
woman for over three years. I suffered
lwiUl terrible pain
in my back and was
about to have an op-
ration when a
friend aaid to me
'Brfore havinir that
operation iunt try
l Or dm i. I'inkUam a
pound.' So I let
the operation wait.
and my husband
bought me the Vetr-
etable Combo uiul
limit tiw y l mfil
and it has made me a well woman and
we have a lovely baby jrirL We cannot
v praise Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable
Compound enough and I hope this let-
ter will lead other suffering women to
try it" Mrs. Benjamin F. Blake;
U.F.D. No. 5 Box 22. Madison. Wis.
There must be more than a hundred
thousand women in this country who
like Mrs. Blake have proven what won-
ders Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable
Compound can do for weak and ailing
women. Try it and see for yourself.
All women are invited to write for
free and helpful advice to Lydia E.
I'inkham Medicine Co. (confidential)
will set you right
Saaall POL Small Doie Small Price
Carter's Iron Pills
Will restore color to the (aces of
thoee who lack Iron In the Mood
s roost pale-faced people do.
Heal Skin Diseases
It i3 unnecessary for you to 6uffer with
tczema blotches ringworm rashes and
similar skin troubles. A littlo zemo
obtained at any drug store for 35c or
11.00 for extra large bottle nnd promptly !
applied will usually give instant relief
from itching torture. It cleanses and
soothes the skin and lieals quickly and
effectively most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful penerratuiff dis-
appearing liquid and is soothing to the
most delicate skin. It is not greasy is
easily applied and costs little. Get if
today and save all further distress.
The E. W. Rom Co Cleveland a
CHICHESTER S PICLS
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lea would he hut not a free America i ei nnictits of the world ni.d Insure
When I.uther appealed there wan not ! worldwide freedom nnd vol Id pcico.
In all the wide world a single Hpol I Lutherans verv early lud their rrp-
whejp uiKimilifled llheity prevailed ;! t rMjntaitvfs ill America. In point of
nor one leader that espoused the enure! fact a Lutheran minister and a com-
fit' rijlictou toleration. Mlchelet a I p n v of I u nleh Lutheran a.iilorH cam
ltomnn I'atliollc w:hoar acknuwl-tto America the yar bcfni tl.n I'll-
edgoa "It If nut Incorrect to say thuli glint Katbers landed on I'lymmith
l.iitlur haw been the restorer of lib- 1
erty In modern tlmcH To whom do 1
own thn power of puIiIIhIiIiik what 1
mil now Indltlna; except t this liber-
ator of modern thought?" While I oc-
tor Hmllea editor of the Ied ILiik-
land) Tlmee haa written "To Mar-
tin Luther'it tnorul courage perhaps
more than to that of any other uluple
man. do we owe the liberation of mod-
ern thought and the vindication of
the great rlg-htn of humanity."
Krom the ImpulaeH which Luther
chiefly enei frlxeil and firm et In mo-
tion four renturlei am today h e
the fcreat democracleN of (he world de-
veloped. That peaceful revolution
which ho guided uml made definlto
h:m worke.l H lmrre u!on morals
and riannerH amoiiK um upon lndim-
try nnd education na well uh upon our
oilier. Yet rightfully of coiii-mw the
chief emph.iHiH la put upon religious
Infl lenre. In cHtiniatltiK the refoioia-
tlon'a founder. As the New York In-
dependent editorially Fav: "Chrlaten-
doin 1 Luther's monument; for Chri.s-
tendnm hu now aiccpted his Inter-
pretation of t'hrU.tianlty. Me was
trreater than poetH or ernperorw n re-
ligion is hlKher than literature or gov-
ern:nint. llm monument It Is all
UlKlUt ub It la In us.
When Chrintopher rolumbus dis-
covered America a miner's son 1n
(ierinany was slnRlnfl for bread that
he mlKlit pursue hla education which
was to fit him for developing Die need
of liberty which were destined to find
root and largest growth In the west-
ern hemisphere a love of liberty
which promises today to prove the
dominating force to liberalize the gov.
THICK GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Save your hair! Double its
beauty in a few momenta
try this !
If yen care for heavy hair tha i:lt-
tens with beauty and Is radiant with
life; nan an Incomparable stiffness and
In fluffy and luntrouH try Dandcrine.
Juwt one Application rinuhlen the
benutv of your hair besides It Imme-
diately dinHolves every p irticle of dan-
druff; von cannot huvo nice heavy
lunlthv hair If you have dnndnifr.
This destructive scurf robs the hnlr of
Its lustre Its strength and Its very life
njld If not overcome It protluren a
feverlxhness and Itching" of the acalp;
the hair roots f-'mluh loosen and die;
then the hair falls out fast.
Jf your hair haa been neglected anil
Is thin faded dry wrng-Ky or too oily
ret a smalt bottle of Knowlton's Pan-
derlne nt any drug- store or toilet
counter for a few cents; apply a little
as directed and ten minutes n'ter you
will snv this was the bent Investment
yon ever made.
We sincerely believe regardless of
rverythln else advertised that If you
diHlre soft lustrous beautiful hair
nnd lots of It no dandruff no Itch-
ing" scalp nnd no move fulling hair
you must use Knowlton's IVinderlne.
If eventually why not now? Adv.
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Tells nrw To Open Clojtfred Nos-
trils and l-nd Head-Colds.
You feel fine tn a few moments.
Your cold In head or catarrh will
bo gone Your clogged nostrils will
open. The air passages of your head
will clear and you ran breathe freely.
No mori) dullness hvudacne; no
haw klnx snuffling mucous dis-
charges or dry liens; no struggling for
bicath at night
Tell your druggist you want a small
bottle of Fly's Cream Halm. Apply a
Utile of tins fragrant antiseptic cream
in oiir nostrils let it penetrate thin
i very nlr passage of the head; soothe
j ml hoi the swollen inflamed mu-
cous membrane and relief conies ln-
ttantly. It Is Just what every cold nnl
catsrrh sufferer needs IKm't atav
stuffed-up and mlsernble. dv.
Trust Me! Try Dodson's Liver Tone!
Calomel Harms Liver and Bowels
Read my guarantee! Liven your liver and bowels
and get straightened up without taking sicken-
ing calomel. Don't lose a day's work I
There's no reason why a person
kliould take sickening salivating cal-
cine) when 50 cents buys a large bot-
tle tf Podson'a Uver Tone a perfect
lubatltuto for calomel.
It la a pleasant vegetable liquid
which will atari your liver Just aa
surely as calomel tut tt doesn't make
you sick and can not salivate.
Children and grown folks ran take
Dodson's Uver Tons because it Is per-
Calomel la a danreroui crug. Jt Is
Holland Lutherans were among the.
firnt settlers In what Ih now (Jreater
New York while Kwediah Lutherans
were on ihe lielaware to greet and
i shake the hand of William f'enn wben
h" arrived to establish Pennsylvania.
Oerman l.utheiHria too. came quite
early In the hlxlorv of the country.
They were here In large numbers be-
fore the Ite olutlon nnd furnished
me of the stalwsrt troorts wh
fought tin. tattles for American lib-
erty. M.tht notable among thee were
the Muhlenbergs whose father the
Lev. Henry Melennlr Mohlenherr. or-
ganized the first Ijitheran synod In
America ns esrly as 1T4S.
The L'ith"r.m Patriarch a. monu-
ment to whom as the founder of Lnth-
rranlsm In America is to be unveiled
on the grounds of the Philadelphia
seminary at Mount Airy In October
hid three kops whoo career Illustrate
the spirit of the early Lutherans In
1 elplug to make America Petei was
the famouH general who threw off his
preacher's robe. ?eppd down from
the piilolf. enrolled nearly all his men
as members of the colonial army and
became one pf Washington's chief
nli'es HI.) brother Frederick was the
fiixt speaker of the house of repre-
iieiit.it - es. w bile th t lord hi otb-r. also
a Lutheran clergyman was Hie most
eminent bolanitit In America in his
I'Yoin these humble beginnings aus-
picious beca.ise of the typical Ameri-
canism of the leaders in ('olonlal Lu-
theranlsni there lias been a oons'.mt
growing Protestant body In America.
Increasing until for a generation past
Lutherans have been the most rapidly
gorwina' Protestant body In America.
The latest available statistic give
them Gi kmioiIh. fl.iCIl ministers. 15.UI19
congregitioiis .lTiV7i I baptised mem
ber. Their church property In this
country l.s worth In round numbers
Lutherans In America today are typ-
ically American in this that t"iey count
their adherents as America docs her
cltlzcna from many lands and of many
tongues preaching at the present time
Soup Plays Havoc
To Avoiil listrc. Take n Stuart's
I)MliA Tablet Alter Meals.
They PlirosM Anything".
A plate of rich vegetable soup Is a
a veritable mine of nutrition yet will
cause untold misery in somo stom
achs. Tt will lay heavy feel like a
lump of b-ad cause biliousness bring
on bp sores and other syinpto.uH such
as a bloating sensation after eating
accompanied sometimes with (our or
";rc. I Tan Hardly Walt fir Till
KUh Soup to Cool! Ami to think
I bat I Wouldn't Have Pare.! l ot It
Hofoiv I lb-gan I'slng Stuart's Iy-(H-psIa
water risings formntion of Rases
cat.'simr prosaure on heart and lungs
end difficult breathing headaches
firkle appetite nervousness and gen-
eral plav 'd-out feeling.
Stuart's Pyapi pMa Tablets are one
of the real staple articles in the drug
stores because a host f dyspeptics
and those troubled with Indigestion
hnvo found them the handiest sim-
plest safest nnd most reliable cor-
rective for such conditions aa catarrh
of the stomach biliousness sour
stomach heart-burn and bloating af-
Oct r oflc box from your druggist.
Ask your dmrglst more shout thetn.
mercury and attacks your bones.
Take a dose of nasty calomel today
and yon will feel weak sick and nau-
reated tomorrow. In't lose a day's
work. Take a spoonful of ividson's
Uver Tone Instead and you will wake
up .feeling great. No more billous-
nves constipation. slurgUhnean head-
ache coated tonsil or aour stomach.
Tour diVgglst aays Jf you don't find
Dodson's Uver Tone acts better than
horrible Calomel your money l wait
lr.f for jrou. Adv
Protect Baby's Skin
With Cuticura Soap
If motlirrs would only use Cutiaira
Soap and Ointment for evcry-day toilet
and nursery purjioses luw iiiik.Ii suffer-
in? rnttfht be avoided by preventing
little skin and scalp trouble lcconiiii(
serious. Cuticura Soap is so pure sweet
Bnd cleansina and Cuticura Ointment m
sisiibing and healing that it Is a pi'y
not to use them all the time. GivcL.iby
a hot bath with Cuticura houp dry ana
apply Cuticura Ointment tu any ru.Oies
irritations chafing etc li slant relief
usujlly follows ami baby fa IK into a re-
freshing slcrp. For sample each free
by return naJ address post-rard: "Cu-
ticura Drpt.l.lG.BoHlon." S.Milevery-
where. SoapiSc. Ointment Jo and 5' k.
to ollizens of this country In no leas
than seventeen different language).
Thisj fact discounts the rotlon that
somo have that Lutherans are a 1er-
ti.an or a Scandinavian church. They
are truly American In eointitucney
nd In spirit.
In faJth Lutherans are one. In
organization whb h to the Lutheran Is
secondary they have been separated
but thru tho joint celebration of the
bleingg of (DO years of Protestantism
Ihey havo drawn very close together
with the result tlwt several of the moat
important bodies now have under con.
.salerutlon a connit utlonvf or the pro-
posed United laithersn Church of
America. This will muan wben fully
consummated that the church which
stands unitedly and unequivocally for
the Christ as tho God-Man. the fr .lor
of the world nun for the Inspiration
of the entire Illblo and for Its great
confessions unaltered and subscribed
to by about half of the Protestant
world will as the third I'fotesfant
body In ixilnt of number In America
be one of the dominating religious
forces for the making- of the religious
rpirit and the development of the
Christian consciousness of America.
FOR SUCCESS OF BOND
Chamber of Commerce Speak-
ers Will Tour County
Pleading for Roads.
Monday la the date chosen for the
formal opening of the campaign in
favor of the $l"r.0.000 bond issue the
election on which will he had Novem-
lur 20 K. Heo (Juthrey. highway com-
missioner of the Chamber of Com-
merce said yekterday.
The chamber having charge of the
publicity plans a whirlwind campaign
thiuout the county with meetings In
every town and school district The
Imminent need now Is speakers nnd
all who will agree to devote some time
to this are urged to communicate with
Mr. (Juthrey or Col. Clarence H. Doug-
las secretary of the chamber.
"We reached every citizen In tho
county In the Interests of both Liberty
loans. We are going to do aa well with
the bond proposition" Mr. Gutlirey
said. "The realization should be car-
ried to all that It Is as patriotic to fa-
cilitate transportation perhaps aa It
Is to push any other line of en-
deavor." It was nnnouneod by Commissioner
W. L. North that the several towns of
of the county will be usked to name
one representative to act on the ad-
visory committee on the expenditure
of the bond issue In caso it carries
These names will be presented to the
board of county commUsloners at its
meeting one weeji previous to the
years of Modern History fin
ished today. Iieg-un Zy Martin I.uther.
Taster MiiHscy closes the lecture
course nt 7:30 this evening.
The Daily Horoscope (
!Copyrifht 1917 by th MrClurt K.wl- I
paprr Sysdicste. ) i
'The stars incline but do net I
I compel." I
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WedBMdny October SI. 1117.
T! la not an important day tn planetary
dirrrfien according to antmlogy. Wblla
JupiCr la in benefit atpavt I'ranai asd Mart
Tbro la a alg" rtad pmaging arploa.
Inna iliat ar anmprrtad and lhM ar tb tak
plac in ainy widely aapaxatad loi'aiitiaa
curding to tn acera
Kankrra and brnknra ihould benefit tO'lay.
but they bare a rule that aema to pretaga
aniirtlfa and kars.
Tha atara ara rrad aa threatening mora
than os a largo industry or financial organ!
aatius bllhorlo powerlui la tho fiuancial
Owino to rlarratarr Inf1nena ludsmant
aiT be rrcitly rlonded is thn mindi n( pr-
aona easily nwayid by omatloa. Ottidam
and abaa of It-adrra la war ai State are
pratagrd by Iba aiara
Unreal asd rebiUlooisou aia drvtlop
among the peopl during Ilia aat raw wrtki
but the atara ireni to giva auraare that tha
vintrr will set brln( lerlosa bluodihrd among
Tronb'e la rrrtaia mobiliiation eampo la
foretold clnr tn a snirit ot Inisbonlinaav
cauaed br ihe e-.il power of I'ranua whltb de-
ceivea ranceming true motives auwtng am-
irlos and iliiir i.t I
Tk month of November will ho marked bv
aew paca agitation aviatloa arridanta. many
iitrnin and a aenaaliea Is aational attain.
tha aeera predict.
Mar. hi tb' ilrn of Tlgro will afflict
Turkey ae rri-iuly thai tho nation will
iurter beyona realoralioa. aatromgora declare
Don aort ot a hoapiial araadal wkKik will
awaken the public to a aaw auiety has btaa '
rronperuy lor inoie won are aetiicr Ttea
aor poor l Indicated bv tk atara. tor tba
itremei of the ocenomie scale will ntfor
lota and prWation la Ihe coming aaonlh
natha ai diaiisa-uialu men awl waia
will ineriaao in number daring tho neit few
Periona who blrth-Jat it I aaou'd avoid
ail eMnee la tha coming ytar which auy
bo rather critical.
rhiUreo born ea tkia day mar be taah
and ratla. - That aukjecta of tWoraio ate
410 yews .oC.Modeta. Hkadorje flr-
lirhed today. Hegiin by Martin Luther.
PftMor Xlsseey closes the lecture
I course at 7; JO this evening-.
'I -iiti-srt It .r-i f rilii iTnai:
GONZALES NOT IN REBELLION
Mraktin General lVotrsts I-oyalty:
Peeved al Amerlcmi I'rcss Reiiorts.
MKXICO CITY Oct. XjN). General
rorfirio Gonialca who recently was
reported to have rebelled against tha
government at Aldamas near the Ta-
maullpas-Nuevo Leon boundary ar-
rived here today. He denied that he
had been In arms against the govern-
ment saying there was no cause for
him to revolt that It had never been
In his mind to do so and that he was
always at the orders of tba constitu-
General Gonial expresses indig
nation at the press reports from the
United States attributing rebellions
sets to him.
Air lUkl Fix Irs.
leOKnON. Oct 1 3. Lord French.
commander of the ttrHlatt home forces
toclnj) announced that tha German
airplane whW-.li last nlgiot attempted
to carry oat a raid on tha southeast
counties! KnarUnd did B etuioajre
and causfs no casualties! All the
Urtlish machines which went uu to
lturs( tha raiders landed aife)y.
Clad in Society Brand Clothes t father and son
appear like brothers. They level men's ages.
VOU want warmth inside your overcoat and
style outside. Society Brand overcoats give
you both. There are styles and models that seem
to have been made expressly for you.
Go to "Style Headquarters" the store that sells Society Brand
Clothes. No garment is a genuine Society Brand model
unless the inside pocket bears the label.
A pin III card will bring yoa our Kail fashion Book.
ALFRED DECKER ft COHN. Makora Chleaee
tot Canada: bOClETV BRAND CLOTHbS Limited; Montreal
- r-Tr j eiMj-wn
A LL generations today are
most suitably fitted in Society Brand
Clothes sons fathers and grandfathers.
See these better clothes at our store.
STYLE HEADQUARTERS THE STORE THAT SELLS SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
Ol'tV HOliSK AT Y. JI. C. A.
Halloween Iity Will n Staged
Bes-innlng at I o'clock this evening
the T. M C. A. will hold an open
houso the annual Halloween party
with which the' dormitory and 'other
members are entertaln'mr the general
All departments will be open nnd
the usual ghost and goblin "stunts"
In keeping with the season aa well as
the musical program will be features
of tha evening. Refreshments con-
sisting of coffee and pumpkin pie will
he served at tha conclusion of tha
. Xaaa on Liquor Cases
The second day of the criminal ses-
sion of the county court passed upon
peveral caaes of unlawful possession
f lltiuor. W. V. Fowler pleaded guilty
and w.. fined 50 and given thirty
days la jaii. A H. Klasler and Cnrl
Burton were found guilty of a Ilk
effense-and 'wero ers-ssed the same
amount. Herbert Jackson pleaded
fulltr tossdisturblna- nuhttJ i-ii.?
and waa fined 1 10 and costs. 1
SAYS A CORN ACTS
LIKE ELECTRIC BELL
Tells why a corn is so painful
and says cutting makes
Press an electric Wton and yoti
ferm . contact with a live wire whlca
rlng ths ben. When your shoes rrese
against your corn It pushes Its sharp
roots dowu upon a sensitive nerva and
yon get a shock of pain.
Instead of trimming your corn
which merely makes tham grow juat
step Into any drug- store and ask fer a
quarter of aa ounce of freesone. This
will cost very little but la sufficient ta
remove every hard or soft com or cal-'
loua from one's feet. A few drop) ap-
plied directly pOn a tender acnlnf
com stop tba soreness Instantly and
scon tha corn shriven v so It lift
right out root and all. without pain.
This drug never Inflames or tvsn Irri-
tates ths surrounding- tissue or skin
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