The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 326, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 19, 1920 Page: 2 of 16
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY AUGUST 10 1020
BY GOAT GLANDS
Regain Their Pep by
OMEN ARE INCLUDED
fino woman J ins itcgaineu
Health Entirely; Newspa-
ipcr Man "Young Again.
I 1IY 1.1 'Til Hit A llfSTO.V
I I. N tf Staff CuirmiinnilHiit.
jcil)CAOO Aug. I ft. Thirty thrto
GhbaKoans. Inrludlng tho chancellor
i the urilvniiilty nf Chicago law
sthool .in alderman a Judge i
prominent real oMnto man a news-
lliprrmsn. mid Hirer women have
laid their yoiilh restored through the
transplanting of levhlfylng Itittr-
Itlal gost glands hy Dr. J. U.
I rlnkloy "f Mllfnrd Kniisiis.lt he-
tiuo known today. Ur. llrltikloy has
lcen In CIiIciiro U weeks perform-
ing nn sn average of iinii operation
id day. Tim romiilrlf story of hi op-
... . hi. .. . ... ...... ti...
rraiions wiiii in' imiiMi m him1 n"
prominent patients whs revealed by
Or. tlrlnkloy In an authorized Inter-
view. Ills statements as they affect
ojio patient nt leiuit. wero confirmed
by tho man In question.
' I'roof tlmt tho operation lias been
dicceesful iuon iioiiion as well iim
then innlies tho story or Increased In.
terrst. Ono wom.in Is Biiprcmoly hap-
Ijy todny because after yeor of hop-
tijr. she la noon 0 beoomo it mother
if The elntilo man whoso rmino la
Hmdo publlo I J. J. Tobias chan-
cellor of tho Uulvorslty of. Chicago
ij l'lvo years ago Chancollor Tobias
Vns In his own words "played out"
."train In teaching In the Chicago Inw
1M100I hid snapped his vitality. Tn
ijny tho droop has gone from his
I "I feol Ilka a youth again" ho
paid. " I tun a now man."
i Tho stories of tho other Chicago-
ling who hnvo been benefited by thn
nperatlons read Jlko fiction. Many
Uru III or old mid uppatontly ho
yond tho skill at tho surgeon's knife.
Now from their own Hps como words
bt pnUso for restored vitality. The
liumMo goat and the Kansas surgeon
are given the credit
f The Judgo In quentlon was oper-
ated on April 28 and because of the
Hvondorful Improvement In his
health has changed his mind about
jrottrlna from thn bench. IIu Is 68
vents old. A newspaper man 39 who
Jiad broken duwn from overwork
has returned work -with renewed
f pep" and vigor.
TEN HURT Ity WRECK
Traces of Gold Near
XUW YOKIC Aug. IS - Unsln-
ers III rhnrgo of an excavation In
Iho heart of New York's financial
llstil'ct today wore treusiirlnK
some tiny yellow metal flakes that
ono of the engineer scraped from
IiIh muddy shoes. Tests "f gold
seekers hail been appllm! to tliu
flakes and Indications pointed to
discovery of gold In the very sha-
dow of the sublreasury building.
The engineers offerod the the-
ory that the metal mluht have
been lust In the old canal which
traversed tho site yearn ago.
The place whore the yellow
metal was found was the site of
the first Ainerlenn navy yard.
Meal Drillers .Meet.
OKLAHOMA CJT Aug IS--Oklahoma
mint' ilenlgrs were hold-
lux t Ik I r rlKhth inn ful convention
hru today whhh is to rnntlnue
thidiiKh Imimrrow OrimniMttton
work tonsiiriii'il the tiiornlnK emnlnn
ef thu is'niiTtion today while (jerieni!
problems of the mint Industry were
o be dlNillimi'd this nfic himii. HeV-crtv-flve
t'ealnrs attended the meet-
li K this innrnlUK
ThotiNnnds On llrliltfi-.
IIAIlTI.IIHVII.l.l.. AllLf in --Tnn.
strtictlnu nnd repair of 13 bridges In
waMiuiiRton county durlnn the Inst
few months by the construction
company hns cost the county fi.V
020.03 claims for that amount Imv-
Injf been approved by the county
cmnmlsilnnrrs. Ten of the bridges
nrn located on rounly road and two
mi the etnle highway.
Replies to Appeal for Aid
That Situation Is
PAW IttVKIt MiiHS. Auk. II
Kenator Henry Cabot lyidgo replied
today to a telegram from u commit-
tee of Hi 1 1 Itlver citizens of 1'ollsh
extraction urging his co-npemtlon us
rhalrnian of tho senate committee on
foreign relations In a move to extend
aid to rotund. "
Ills telegrnm reud:
"I hau always felt thn 'deepest
sympnty with I'oland and whs most
anxious for the establishment of
Poland with morn liberal provisions
I ban those adopted hy tho pence con-
ference. I sympathize more keenly
than ever with I'oland In the mis-'
fortune which has recently befallen
her Our relntl'ilis with the I'ollsh
situation are now entirely In the
hands nf the president who Is deal-
ing with the iiuintlon In eoncert. I
assume with tho I.urnpoan powers
associated with us In the war .
'He Is In possession of all pos-
sible Information In tegnrd to the
situation nnd I am not He has stated
the Monition of the United HI a ten In
Hie letter signed by Mr Colby which
you say mee(s with your entire ap-
proval and pretM dispatches an-
nnunre tlmt. hi' has nent warships to
Iho nriltlc to protect American
lives and properly."
S a pal pa Camus 11034;
Gain 3J5140J5 Per Cent
WAHIIINOTON Aug II. Bspul-
pa Okla. II. (S3I Increiuio 3351 or
40.5 per cent.
Oreeley Colo. 10113 Increase
270 1 or 32.1 per cent.
Charleston 8 C B7.857 Increnso
1.14 or Id r per cent
FEELING BLUE? .
Wonderful How Young nnd
Kncrgctic You Feci Af ter
Taking This Nriuacaless
Calomel Tablet Perfectly
If Tf"i tit" not trffd r.otbi you btto
dfltjrMful inrprli awttitnk J1' The
wnTidfrinl Itvr rlrtnalnr: and ijitlim purt-
tying tiropfrtte of otomrt may now he
fnlnyta without lb tilth ttM unpUtiaot
neii A CaloOb at ted tlmt wllh a awalto
of wr thal'i all No tnU no aatta
nor thn Ilh(fit unp!aanl ffeeLc Yon
wik up In th mornlnr lllaf ao rooI
that you want Iq laufh about It Your ll'tr
ja lran our ayittm I purified your ap
petit hearty Kat wbtt you wlcu no
nanipr mi nrn iimt yon ivii iiyf nian
tiervoua blue or dlirouraxerl rle your liver
inoroun riciiniinx wiin uaioian ny
htti bo perfeet that your drtijcclit la au
thnrlseil to refumi the price jtuaranteo
lour tou win oft urtifnira
rafolaba -are nold only In original neated
riiK tore - Aitvt
Ttnilcr and Ten .Coaches of Mtennurtl
I'aclflo laoTrucic jvca war-
rensbure Slo.i ltall Is Cuumi
. 1 j 1
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tjftltinnujiu ftftiv fts tvri
ITwehty persons Injured somri
Sovorelyi this mornlne when th
tender and ten coaohos of Mlsuouti
)?acflo passenger. No 13i westbound 1
tPCftVTl'en jvuiiaun lftu py uum
eft tho track three ml lei -west of
Varrrnshurg A broken rail Is be-
lieved to have been tho causo of thu
Wrrk. ' '
f The fact that the accident occur-
rd while the train Svns traveling up.
Itrnde at a slow1 rati of irpeed probab-1
y prf vented a morn serious wreok.
i' Among mo injureu ww o. v i
Vhlte okemah; Okla. jnlnor outu
Si 1 i I
Bryan Is Gratified by
Victory for Suffrage
BAHTLERVUMjU. Okla Aug. IS
4-AS'. J. IJryan hero today was In
formed or mo rniiiicaiion or tne wo
man suffrage umondment by thn
Tcnncmee legislature. Mr Ilryan
clapped hl hands and cried: "llur-
fah for Tennesseel" Ho dictated
iwveral telegrams of congratulations
to his Tennessee friends who had
peen working for ratification.
When you want to BTOItH your
home's furnishings or any part
of them remember that wo
A Clean Storage Building
Our storago isn't any old place
but It 1 a pUce where YOU can
ttoro your article without mis-
Tulsa Storage and
W. jUliJf'V- ! Uurfw.M. milk
An Old Sore
do not heal because tho pus
which Is continually forming pois-
ons tho surrounding flesh.
Antiseptic Mealing Oil
Stops the formation of pus de-
stroy! the poison and heals tbs
tore. It Stops Tain and Heals at
at the Same Time.
Many Are Sharing in the Used Piano
Values in Our Great
Every homo should have music and It behooves the musically inclined to at-
tend this most unuHual Hale. It presents an opportunity to purchase high
Kradc' Udcd pianos at remarkable .savings. Como and Hef the many splendid
used pianos that arc being sold on easy terms. Every one has been rebuilt
and refinlshod and looks like new. Each represents an excellent value.
You'll Surely Be Satisfied With
Any One of These
NO. 001 Ilobart k. Cable
full uprlcht Brand; ono of
the best of this muko; hand
some mahogany case; soft
resonant 'tone action; In
splendid condition. flJQQC
"Easy payments. tDOOw
NO. 007 ChlckerinK & Hons
upright! rosewood case; looks
Ilka new; splendid condition
and a biff value in a hli;h
tirade used' piano
NO. 00S Kstey upright;
beautiful mahogany case;
has been used a short time
for demonstrating sheet
music. Could not be told
NO. 000 Klburn upright;
mahogany oaso; case
checked t!t "ctle-n la good.
This Is one 'of our own mitkoH
and would bo a splendid
piano for a begin (POQC
tier. Trice POD
JS'O. 010 Decker aRona' up-
right; one or tho old stand-
and makes In good (J-l AS
rosewood enso . . . 0.14:0
NO. Oil Star upright; ma-
hogany rase and looks like
new Inside and out. GOltZ
NO. 013 Knight Hrlnker-
hoff upright. This Is In ma-
hogany case and un excep-
tional splendid CQfiC
value l'rlco $DD
NO. 013 Wellman. upright;
mahogany ipse In plain col-
onial design l'lano In splen-
did condition throughout.
NO 011 llrnmbach grand.
This Is an opportunity to get
a small grand In a mahogany
case that you could not tell
from now. GrtE!(
Price .v. iOU
NO. 013 Klhurn Pianola;
fumed oak rase; In every
NO. 01(1 Eiburn Pianola
mahogany case nnd plain
colonial design and ono of
the most popular (PCTCA
pianolas. Price.... O I OU
Special Value in a Used
Ilarwood Player Piano
This is an exceptional opportunity to
own a very high grade used Harwood
Player Piano looks like new and fino
in tone and action. It's a rare bargain.
Special Value in a
Brambach Grand Piano
Don't fail to see thU grand it's a
beauty and a wonderful value at tho
price. Has a beautiful mahogany
case and is as good as new.
Slightly Soiled Player Rolls 19c-29c-39c-49c-59c
You'll Appreciate the
This is a very high
grade piano and a won-
in a mahogany case at
with a bench to match
and 18 rolls free.
Please investigate this
piano because it is
OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS
We pmrantee these same low prices to .you. If you can't get In Just send us letter
naming tho price you will pay nnd wo will guarantee the piano wo send to be a bargain
at that figure. W pay thu freight on Instruments of 13:5 or more.
417 SOUTH MAIN
A.J. CRIPE Mgr.
Mr.Mni:ii oi' tiie nKrriat business iicmtJ.
Now for Still Lower Prices
Its' time for our summer clearance sale;
and that means lower prices than ever
Copyright 1920 Han Sciuffner & Mm a .
We've got a lot of fine mer-
chandise here; and we're going
to dispose of it now to get the
decks cleared for the fall action.
If you care to get special values
for your money in things to
wear you'll come to see us now.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes are a part of our offer-
ings. You know what that means
Two and'Three-Piece Suits.
$29 $39 $49
Wright Clothing Company
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes.
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Urilo oWjGftjrv am fa-fast GM'a oUlol (ju (PuiatdW HoCtf
fotS uyi $ -vntt fosm -2aM iflear?
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The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 326, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 19, 1920, newspaper, August 19, 1920; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc77457/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.