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TUbSA DAH.Y WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1920'
ON COAL WAGES
M i n c r 8 and Operators
LEWIS' IRE IS ROUSED
Chief of Workers Resents Uio
fchnrgo of Un-Amcricnnism
Mnde at TIcarinjf.
WASHINGTON. .Inn. ST. Coal
minors nnd coal mine; operator pre
ennted conflicting rniirliislon oil tho
subject of wage I" the Industry nt
thn resumption of hearing today )'y
llin cool strike settlement inmrnln
Inn. Don Hour of Pittsburgh,
spokesman for operators In tho l''rro
port field, asserted that thn M per
rent Increase nlrnndy granted gnvn
Ihe min. -it h potential mrnlng power
greater nny ottuT olnwi of
American labor. Demands for more
pny for oxplnslvnn ntnl mine lights
ivml nticilltlun of duties In connection
with moving loaded cmil cars nnil
excavating work In space under
ground worn characterized by .Mr.
Hose 1111 attempts l get furlliir ad
vance hy Indirect tnothnila
Premintlnir stiltlstlt. Vim II.
llltnnr, statistician for tho I rilled
Minn Worker of America, lolil the
mmmlwdnn Hint In present purchas
ing power thn pity of miners was 3Ti
lo 40 per rent lower limn pre-war
standards nnd Insufficient to limln
tuln 11m standard of living. Huch con
dition, ho ndileit, hud olitnlned
throughout tho actual war period, al
though the nut profit of operators
hud Increased grossly out of propor
tion to Hie com of operation.
Tonnngn rule piild miners for net
ting out coal, H0110 nalil, covered
nil of the m I tier 11' niipplenitmlnry de
mnnda. Th 30-hour week proposM
presented hy the mine workers ho
stamped 1114 utterly Imposslhtn,
During thn discussion tho repre
sentatives of the. operators suggested
that thn .10. hour week was "un
American," thereliy nroiiHlnr; tho Iro
of John I.. tewls, acting president of
tlm mine workers.
"I do not Inlend to remnln quiet
while thin challenge of our Ameri
canism la repented by operators'
counsel," .Mr. I.owIh declnred, nd
dressing tho commission. "Tho mlno
worker yield In no nun In their ill
loglnncn to Anierleon Inatllullons,
Hovornment rind flair. These utlncks
nrn not germnno tn thn nuttier under
consideration nnd wo do not proposn
lo hn tried on tho elm run hofora tit ti
trlliiinnl nt tho whim of nny Individual,"
Member of American
Mixtion lo IliiHHutnH
Married to I'rincam,
Nl:V YOHIC, Jan. 27 - Thn I
m.trilni'e of Normnn Whltehniis", 1
son nf Mm I'ltlburgll Wbllelio'isn
of Newport, It I, lo I'rlnceas
Tatnani liiiKnilloii Mnukhrunky
of llussla, w anrioumed hem to
day lurt I'ehrimry Mr. Whllehoinin
wn sunt 1111 11 mission to lh Cau
casus hy tho American peace dole
gnllori On December 2. hn wnn
married nt Tlflln. llin bride nnd
her slstr, Prluoesa lliilleff, before
thn r"volutloti were two of ihe
lniC'Sl Innd owners In tho f'nu
ennun. Their Miner died heforji llin
ml r Mini llielr uncle, 11 Kennrnl, una
miirilered hy thn liolnlmvlkl
Mr and Mm Whlthoii now
nrn In I'cirld
RENEW EFFORTS "
TELLS OF HEAVY
: BUILDING LOSSES,. ;
STILL BLOCKING PROBE
Ttie hm1y of Jan es - Niti Who
I at 11 orl'iek M 'lil.n tiiorrilnif
the rennlt of i.ullel woiindu In
fllctrd by I.lndwey Colemnn. n locnl
n,.l I Ti(nri'il '''"KKM. Hauirdny nlKht, was burled
IJCStriK'tlOn 01 iVlctlCnai,,,, (MlHwn cemetery nt J o'clock
at Nitro riant Is Tom
efi'erly nflernoon by the Hlnrvley-
M(.i;une 1 iiunriHKinK norniKiny.
Tile remnlrH of ('. I. H1ekendlk,
1J yenrn of nin, wlio died nt 1601
linnt hnmberM Mnndn. will be
-1. 1 .. . I I I - 1. . t.. fr,- U-4at
o muoh viiIimM BOVerrimnt prop- tomftrrow. vlvin 'by 'he fltnnley
f'HAItl.KHTOV. W. Vh., Jan. JT.
WANT $20,000 AS DAMAGES
ItPflnlnK CiiiiWiiiy Claims Defend,
imt ItefiiMcil () Klilpmenln.
Ankliu; damnnen of $30,000
throuiih thn iilk'Eod failure of Inn
defendant to accept a nhlpmnnt o
no tank cars of fuel oil, milt wan
filed In dkitrlct court yenlerdny by
Ihp. 'Joiieml Hoflnlm: coinpnuy
oKiilnnt Andnreon Sc OUMtufwin, 11
corporatkin of llllnoln,
Thn plnlnllff nJIcKf Hint under a
contract entered Into by tho parllen
December 8, mill, they nhlpped thn
oil, tinder a contmct price of $1.25
a harrol, to tho defendants at Chi
capo, Upon the arrival of tlm oil
nccordlntr lo Iho petition, tiho de
. fendtinlM refuned to recelvn II, nnd
' thn plaintiff ws mtnpelleil lo noil
the oil In tho open market at n
lower prlco than iinmed In the con
tract, with a remitting lots to tin
FRIEND SHOT HIM IN FOOT
COSTINI KI) HUM PAIIB OMR.
wem not 1 niliniel, he would move
to Inke ibe IniHty op Immediately
In the oKm m imte Tlie republiejin
fonfereen replied that no III I m," cnild
he (mined by nurli iitninVH. and IhHt
uly endlenn detrain would remiH
In Uhn nripinierit wlikjli folbiwod
ihn whole flehl of illnciinnlon of ar
llclo 10 wnn ro-opnned, ami It un
nrjreed 10 pieM iinln 'rhiiredny.
UUrr two of the republican con
feree, Xenntor Krllncir of Mfnne
noin, and Inrool of Wlneorirrln. I
mind a Joint ntnlemenl denying thnt
anyonn had ncreed to the renerva
t tori quoteil, nnd 10 thin ileolnralion
Itenatoin Ind(e of Mnrwnrbuwi in
and New of Indiana, the oihnr two
republican on thn bl-pnrtlmn con
ference, nvn thtlr ament. The
"Wo havn nenn ftenator llltch
cojk' ntnlemenl. Tlm mnlorlty of
Iho conference did not nirreo to thn
rowrvtllaii MfrecilriK urilele Hi
which hn pulillnlied. In fact, Mr.
Illtcheooli hlmnalf would not at;ree
to It. No one iiKreed to It. It wan
Minply up for k'nncral dlanumlon.
"Tlm conference adjourned until
Thurmlay III Iho hopo nomnlhlni;
could be worked out. II oiikIi! lo
bn tinderntood that nil we enn do or
anniimn to do In to rnoummend to
Ilefore ho wont to the conference
today Knnator Hitchcock wa In
commuiilcailon with tho while
lioune but It did not develop how f.ir
the prenldent might be In aivord
with Hie proponed compromlBe ren
emitlnn ih mado public hy the en
ItnpublloatiH declared the demo
rratfl ntlll were divided ami were
playliKr for time until they could
formulate a program thov Itmnv
Hie preHlurnt wmilil nupport. Hn
the (leiiiocratlo nldo It wan nnld Hie
mliTBeiitlon for further meetliuvn
camo from tho republican, who,
they declared were not In nccord on
the enienllon of talilnj; up thn treaty
In the nonale
erty v.n wantonly denlroyed dirrlnic
the construction of Ih" reuerai
Mwdr I'lnnl nt Nltni. W. Vn that
John TliMieley, it wltnenn before the
oomtrentloiinl iihromriiltte inve
lICKtlnv,' Ihe rpnlln hern t'day, de
clnred that ho moved to pru-
"My life wfi nhrwiiened it I
didn't keep my mouth nhut." Tlne
ley tmllfled. "I WM told to at out
of there, ami I did "
Tlnneley, who wn employed at
Nltro, nnld hn hud wren motor truck
In flrnt-cliim condition, driven Into
ravlnnn and burled, while aonn,
oopper flnlriK nrfd mnny other tal
uui le material 'had been thrown
"I mw the end of four motor
truck burle.l In a ravine," contin
ued the wltnerm, who added that
laii-n iinnntlUn of rooflmr ma'nrUln
nail, lumber and foodstuff had
been nilhlermly destroyed.
"Why were therw material de
'ntrovcil?" lukHil VI r. (lralliilll.
"I don I Know,' repnea tinnen-j
"Wo wero ordeied to net rid of
llilnne On nmt ow anion I offnreil
ft foreman J 7B per 100 leri ior
lumber that had Imiiui onlerod de-
ntroyed. Ho wouldn't lot inn havn It.
lie told me tn Kt rbi or 11."
ntner wltiiH offered Imlhir
lentlmony. t)n tentlfled that fully
ltO lo i!U0 hori had beep nhot and
burni.d, wlr'le 11. 'D. Hpaldlntf, a
foreman, nald that ono-thlrd of the
men employed on tho plant wore
Oil .Man lllcM.
(Ionian K. Camnn. used 2S. illed
ill llv.. home of I Mi mother Mm. John
farwin, 70S 1-2 Houth Cincinnati, at
11 o'clock hint ntifht from pneu
monia, lienldc tho mother he In Hiir
vlvod by an oldr brother Himptfon
CnrHfUi. Mr, t.'.irwm wan well kjiowti
In thn oil fraternity of the city
Kunernl nrninireiiientn havo not yet
limit Aulo llcnlcm.
rilirAOO. Jnn 27- II. II. Harper
of Philadelphia wn elected preelderrt
of thn National Automobile Dealer'
neeoclallnn today nnd t'hlcaito wan
oIio.moii for the 1021 convention,
Mftfuno t'mlnrtfthlnir company.
Mrs. fnra Itlrd, 21 vears of ne
who dleil at n Inewl hnepltnl nt 10--I5
o'clock yeslerdny iiiorrilni? after
underifolntf nn operation, will lie
eent In her former home In llnrlie.
title, hy the Mowht-ty I1ndertnklnr
eompnnv, thin riiornlnif for burkil at
the ChrlMInn churclh at t o'clock to
Iunenil eervlcM for Hldney J
Owen, wlm died In Port Worth.
Texan, Mondnv wttl be held from
he Mowbray I'ndertnklrus chapel
nt 2 o'clock thin nflernoon with tho
burial In O'iklnwii cemotery. Oil'
of-town rehltlvo of the deceased
'Ihi arrive) voMerdny were Mr nnd
tr1. Ajren tluffrnnn of Caddo
Tex, the father nnd mother of
Mr Owen'n wife and Mr. and Mr
' I llenjainln. of Numiwi, Idaho.
Mm. Ilenjamln bom a nlntor.
WINDOW ARTIST ARRESTED
Oklahoma City .Man Ilelrnnil t'mter
llonil for k:Me-liiK Win Model.
OKLAHOMA C1TV, Jan. 27 Itny
Vounif. a dlplny window nrtliit In
one of Ihe larKent store In Ihe city,
was nrreatnd today on 11 change of
Indecent expnsuro of 11 wilt model
of a woman, n Ihn result of a irml
mule model belnc pl.ireil In the win
dow lie wan later released under n
DeiriiM rnln I'rntctit Voir on limploy.
tm t of rniuiHol for Comiilltlco
Making AminlN Inu-lUatlnii.
WASHINOTON, Jan. 27. Hennte
Icinooiat micceedad nh'nln today In
blocklnif effort of Chairman Iain.
of thn committee Inventliratlns naval
doeorntlomi. to brlnK to a vote a ren
oluttofi nu'horlxlni; the cotninlUen to
employ coune'd. A motion for Imme
diate consideration unn dtfeiitwl 30
to IS, Kennton Horah Idaho, arid
Sherman Illinois repiinllcnna. Join
Intr wttn the democrntn In opposition.
Menmtor llile lndlcail that he
would eiin'Wiuo hl efforts to have
the riwolutlon taken from the cAlon
dar JOHNSON ATTACKS GLASS
Iji lllame for Lack of (iixxl Trent
mrnt of Snldlcrt li Tnnnry llcnil
WASIIIMITON, Jan. 27 Sick aud
wounded noldter nre not re elvmK I
the treatment "iriar.imi ed them r.y
Miw,'' lleprfwema itv .Pdinson. re
publiriui. Xwilh Hak dn who crve,
n the A K, I', declared today In tell
intr the home of recent vlsltn to bov
"Hec.iine of lnoranco and nflKll
(fence, or hecnu. of wilful dl.iro-
trard of the law by Carter (llasn.
sccrlnry of the treauury, or Hupert
iiiue, surgeon itencrai 01 mo i nuca
vn, "sick and
ol.!ler ac receiving trcntnien, it..,
can not b- Justified bv nnvrZvhy
Bcnerai of tho I'nltcd han any repard for tho wt tc ni7.f
Ileprcsentatlve John-'the men who fouKht to ir.jru,. ?
I woumled American 'country '
Marguerite Clark in "A Girl Named Mary"
Her Latest Picture at the Rialto Today
Safe Home Treatment
for Objectionable Hairs
Hour 0 n. m. to A p. m.
14 East Third Street
Telephone Ohngn 0373
Tho olortrlo needle la not requ red
for Ihe removal of hair or tutt, for
with tho ue of plain delatono ihn
most stubborn uruwtli can be ipilck
ly banished. A pnMe In made wl h
water and a little of thn itowder.
Hum siiread over tho hairy surface.
In about two minutes It 1 rubbed
off nnd Ihn kln washud. This sim
ple treatment not only lomoves Ihe
hair, but leaven tho kin frco from
blerulnh. Ho mire you get the gunuino
Mrs. Betlie Chism
Tells How Cuticura
"My tittle grandaon broke out In
null wstetllke plmplca alt over hit
body nd later they de
veloped Into large erup
tlona. The itching and
burning caused him to
scratch and he could
hardly bear hla clothing
on him. lie could not
aleep at night and he
waa very clots and fretful.
"He had been In this condition
for about three weeks to I decided
to try Cuticura iioap and Ointment.
He began getting relief and after
using two full-sited cakes of Cuti
cura Soap and one lull. sized box of
Cuticura Ointment, he was healed."
(Signed) Mrs. Uettle Chiim, llat
tlctown, Ky., luly 30, 1919.
Dally use of Cutlctuu Soap, Oint
ment and Talcum usually prevent
.rUrulriMt,rll.ll lr-' "Onlltom
LitrUa. tfl U.MAlJia.M.M " SoM rr
.hy. tUpdfe Uiutlfi.nl ftn.tbfe. TtJfUtn 'J.
JBSVCulUur &o wltlwul mag.
Surrounded by an exceptionally fine supporting cast, Marguerite Clark, always a favorlto with Tulsa picture
fans, begins a four-days' engagement at tho Itlalto today In her latest Paramount picture, "A tllrl Named
Mary." Tho story Is an adaptation of Uie woll-rcmembered Metropolitan mni?azlno ntory hy Jullut Wubor
Tom.pklns, which was aflonvard publlnhed In novel form and had a wide circulation. It centers around the
search of a wealthy widow for her llttlo lost daughter who had been taken from her by her husbind In a
separation. The widow Is attractod to "Mary," a elen ographcr, who assists In tho search, unoonsdous of the
fact that eho In the lost girl. Mary lives with a woman whom nho had always called mother. Tho denounce,
ment comes with a ntruggle between tho two mother for possession of tho girl nnd "Mary's" choice r-'tweea
tho two 11 charming, hehrt-warmlng ntory that provides tho public with nn evening of PUro Joy nnd gooJ.
wholesome laughter. The supporting cant Includes Kuthryn Williams, Charles Clary, Wallace StcDorult
Lillian Lelghton nnd others. Advt.
Want Sir., 000 nnmngen for Injuries
ItcHUltltig from llullet Wound. 1
Alleging hi friend shot him
through tho left foot nnd thereby
cnueed the plaintiff permanent In
Jury, null wn filed In superior court
yesterday by Claude McCoy, a minor
by hi mother, Loulna McCoy, against
U llallelt, In which damage of $10,
HB0 were naked, p
McCoy say ho was visiting tho
llnllett home, seven miles north of
Tulsa, on January 9, when tho de
fondant, pointing n .23.cnllber rifle
nt Die plnlnllff, caused the weapon to
bn discharged, Iho bullet entering
tho philntlfrn left font.
W).V IS IIOUN 'IX) (lOUIil)fi.'
tJctirgo nouhl, Jr., ami Aelnx Wlfo
Art' rnrentn nf Ikiy.
Nl;W YOItK, Jnn. 27. A fon wal
. iKirn to Mr. and -Mr. Uoon:u J.
(loulil, Jr., nt their home In till city
January 2S, It wnn nnnouiiced today
Tho announcement was mado by
Mrn, floorgo rionlil, sr. 1
Oeorgo Oould, Jr.. was married
July 5. 1917. to Mhu I.uii-u M. 1
Carter of, Ardona, .V. J., tthu had
won consldorablo local fnma as u
Is proving to the men of Tulsa every
day that monoy can bo Hitvcd on
their clothlnjr. A lot of argument
1h not necessary. Come in and hco
Suits and Overcoats
and you will lie convinced that they
are equal in every detail to clothing
Bulling for more monoy elsewhere.
Suits $25 to $55
Overcoats $18 to $45
Holmes Clothes Shop
2211 SOUTH MAIN
ltobert A. Mclllrney
Tuneral Director. Phone IC6-151
J 13 South Main - Advt.
At once! Relief with
Tape's Cold Compound'
tlrttt iliun .n... vntl,. Ill,t '
Don't stay stuffed-up' Quit blowing
und siiiiffllngl A doso of "I'upo s
Cold Compound" taken tvery iwo
l.nt.r unfit lhp.A rinsim urn tnknn
UHUally brenks up a severo cold and
ends nil grippe misery.
Kollef awaits youl Open your
clogged-up nostrlU and tho ulr pas
Hive of your hoadi Mtop nose run
iiilng; relievo tho headache, dullncs ,
feverlahness, sneezing, soreness and
"IMpe'n Cold Compound" in the
dulckeal, surest relief known and
.;osth only a few contn at drug tore.
It acts without BHalslancK, 'lantea
nice Contalnn no qululno. Insist
on I'apo'n! Advt.
" I don't think thero is n more anxious
time for parents thnn v hen their children
have croup. Without they nro prepared
with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy they
must wait for the doctor nnd listen to the
chokiiifr, metallic cough nnd watch their
httlo one gasping for breath. . , ,
, .. .i t "Gnat" CluabctUin
l ou know the great danger ot croup
is the formation of a fulso membrane in tho larynx, nnd until this
is expelled relief cannot be obtained, and the spasmodic choking
continues. Give Chambednin's Cough Remedy in frequent doses.
It will loosen this membrane and cause the child to expel it by
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy
is nn nbsolutcly safe nnd certain remedy for croup, nnd if given
as soon ns the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy
cough uppcars, it will prevent tho attack."
1 1 i
Our service to young men
E know young men pretty well; we
know that smart style is the first,
and sometimes the only thing they
care about in buying clothes.
As clothing men we have to give our cus
tomer what he wants smart style. But that
doesn't keep us from making sure that he
gets very fine Quality, fabrics, tailoring, fit.
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CLOTHES SUPPLY IT ALL
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The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
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