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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920.
EACH SIDE PUTS
BLAME ON OTHER
Democrats and Republi
cans Say They Want
'EXPECT A VOtE TODAY
Modification o First Reser
vation May Come Up in
Sniiite for Decision.
Wtsll M1TON. l'eb. 20, Tho
ta,s .,-n f party rexiioni Iblluy for
ih. riJ ireaty deadlock waa
throhrd rcr In mlltlunt fiuhlon uti
ih, rn.i''' fl'-or today with both
iM rtPJ 1 '' ans nmI ''eniocrulu nt-ok-lW
(o . i ' heir hand of tlm sen
ate! fa. r to net and of any con
.nun fs n Hie pollllcul campaign
,t jhouiiti both , sides professed
in earnr - irslre to compromlso und
Minbb 1 t i or tho credit for past
;ompro' i rrroru. mere wan i
.. of if nelcssness In tho utate
ment of he treaty' Irreconcilable
tppenen.s 'hat party leudern nald
Iter tnlsht as well put tho question
Of ralll.' VlL'Il UUI VI i.t-u iiiiuun iiiiti
t.f their attention to leRlslatlon,
' Anions o her tlilncs the debate
fcreuehr n,1 n direct disagreement as
to wnirh &iJ oriKinaieu mo uipar
llian conference In which five riom
acuta and four republicans sought
10 norK t nil agreement.
Illli liciH-k Starts Argument.
Sfna'or Hi'ehcoi-k of Ncbnuka.
the demm a.ie leader, started tho
tiare-uri hv denying that the demo
ctU ned the trcuty In the cam
rjirn. He asserted that his party
had ronf nlno-tcnths of the way to
i compro.i'inn ana tniti tno ropulill
cir. h.id s ood solidly for iicccptunco
of their imn resprvntlon.s without the
dottine of n T or the crossing of
V has the minority, he declared,
who hud ItisllRatcd tho blp.irtls.in
movement and who now had submit
ted to compromise article 10 rescr
utloni hi. h many republican sen'
lion believed were Identical In sub-
mrcf with the Uidge reservation on
I'lalmlntt credit for the republicans
In the initiation of tho blpartltun
conlerenre Senator Ijcnroot of WIs
twisln, one of tho mild r.ewrvation
republicans churpe-d that the dem
ocratic loader had stood out a?.ilnnt
cwnpromlM so dotermtnMly that
the rcpu lu-ans wero urivon to aree
cn the best compromise they could
Senator Horah. renuMlcnn of
Idaho, sneaking for tho lrrecon-
dlabler tV-claxed tho two aUtes woro
9 nearer agreement than they wero
ttn the league of natlona dobate
brran a year nso tomorrow and that
further dhwusalon only wna a waste
M tune. Ttirt treaty, Ho bald, already
was ao far In tho cumpatffn that
'you can no more; keop It out than
rou can step half way over Nl-
May Uracil Voio TiMny.
Dhagreemont over what occurred
In the blpartlain conference aroBo
hen Senator JIcKollar of Tonnes
of the democratic conferees, as
yrted that all of tho enators except
Senator illlohoock nnrt Senator
imtt tea virtually agreed to tmo
or we article io uutertltutoB formally
Worsed since, by AO democrat. Tho
Mement waa denied by Horn R tore
rv Of Indiana and tsvrvmnt rnnnh.
Ucan members of tho conference.
waders said tonight that tho de
rate probably would ls tntlnuo.l to
morrow and that a vote might bo
JTKnea Tin tho first tirrrtnMa,l tniH1.
f.c&tlon of tho reservations adoptM:
't the liflt session of concrety.
lit tho midst of the debate today'
"iur i-ranTO .rfimoiimn or .ilar'
IWJ, one of the treaty's Irrocon
aW opponents, introduced u rcao
iJUn to deolaro' Immediately n
Jits of peace, to provldo for' With
urival of American troops from fof
Wi sol and to appropriate $15,000,
t to pay rrpenes of a, world coh
ir4nr whlh itolyi tiM t.r.i ,
bhlneton to discusM fonruntlnn rfi
- w league.
Divorce May Prevent U. 5. Woman
From Becoming Hungary's Queen
.1 ... l : u. "
Count Iji.s1i .Stln'iiy nmI tin- coiiiili-hs, formerly .MNh (iliul)n Viuiilcrlillt,
in niioio mim uw.rn winin until ncro in M-w vnrK tin n visit.
Count Iiszle Szocheny Is bclnc mentioned lalcly iih the next ruler of
Hungary. His wire, formerly an American trlrl, may not linvo thu op
portunlty of becomlnc nueen, however, as tho samo rennrtn from Kurono
stato that the count Is preparing to seek a dlvortn from lior. The countcm
wiuj lormcriy .miss iiiuiivh vnnciermit. anc to in 1110 rnitoit tiites at ores-
j! nt with their four children. ' Her property has been seized by tho alien
i.oiini tiiecneny. now in Budapest, denies imin tho rumor that ho tnuy
iwcomo a iuiik (inn mat nc pinns to hcck a divorce.
THE OPEN SHOP
'jne nonconductors, and aofton
mi t mor" you" ,,rln(r p""1 nnrt
in.,. " ",CB " discuss meir
rTient the easier It Is to ro-
v. t"e oauso ,or their difflou ties
mil Mn In .J. a ..I.... .. .
old ami coniuaion, ne
tI11.!1 "fdVd" 1 that which'
w,i.U,B ,l,ua-'on rather than that
llICh FUr It tr.t . .
iii-iim tro wnai are
'o, in all of our troubles, for
"'re no annoiuto cures. If them
i'i ikV. woula "" ,1Vf' forever. I like.
uriiiiu 111 meir niaic-
St. 11 "ot,tn'"," 'ht promlsq an
rhiM.i ',rl,'""' nn nen. alter tho
IfL,,1", " c Taft chucklo with
WSa. C H,w nunctuutcd his re
rtT; i1" liMr"i tht " w Inter-
W .V "n n ine piaco
.."l' hair Is lbly thin,
rrM. - "Jflps the situation be-
"in and labor morn Ihin
in-m- tOlTfllllvi- ntlrt f l'a
BIB THAN CALOMEL
Jds" Have Discovered
-waras- unve Tablets
arc a Harmless Substitute
instantaneous. These little olive
gwa. Uhle s are the result of Dr.
Svfct,fnnin:!tion not to treat
TnT3?61 eomplaints with calomel.
,iItSeira,?neLdoca'Vbut have no
fcj 'V Why cure the liver
SbSES? teeth? Calomel
tttrwf'r 0 teeth? Calomel
SSvSL ?h havoc with tho gums.
biTeiS k?mdl; It it best not to
l5ffii.et.Dr was' Olive
T Mice its nlae
fctErTfZ? J dultnea" and that lazy
4," constipatiod and a
S5fcfi, Take 6r. Edwards'
Vtv 'rl whF.n. you feel "Iogy"and
"tokim- "ear clouded braia
them a chance to talk themselves
out. Let each tell the other nil that
he has to iy ami kIvp tlmm a
chanco in get tho viewpoint of tho
other. That Is tho only way to reach
the common ground, and thcro Is
always a common ground." .
Discussing tho Icsul aspect of tho
labor situation, tho eminent Jurist
declared wlillo tho employer hud a
pure legal right to say that ho will
not hire union men und tho union
man In turn has a pure .legal right
to iy that ho will not work with
nonunion men, both are violating mi
obligation to tho social order to tako
such attitudes, llnth of theso clonnos
must Icarn to recognize their social
weight and obligation to socloty, ho
urged, nnd not follow'u policy that
docs not make for good soclrty.
"I am nofthcr 'd laboring' man or
a capitalist," ho said with a laugh,
"I belong to tho class known ns tho
forgotten men,", He Joked about "his
having been president of tho United
States and -Bald that,' ho hardly
knew how It happari'etl, and that U
waa entirely juncxppcleil to. him.
' Throughout his address ,Tnft
showed that -his -position on' the
question was a ;npst conncrvatlve
one.- and that ho' , hart carefdlly
studied tho needs pf boh classes.
The hone of thfi 'country la' In
the liberal employer -and the con
servative labor. leader,", ho told iis
audience:, cautioning against Intolrr-anfce-on
the. part pf th'p omploycrs
to deal with tho representatives
chosen by. Jalior. -I-ibor has. Just
the same tight to suy who shall rep
resent ll In Its difficulties as you
havo" in' tho -selection ot an httorney
In a. law spit. I-Abor leaders should
be' greeted 'and treated as such. If
not ynu throw tho laboring men
back on the extretnlstsvln their or
ganization and It is this extremist,
the- one who usually nlakcn tho loud
est nolso that causes the most trou
ble.' Hut It 'must bo ren)embefed
that all of thn extremists urn not
al on ono side -of this controversy
"Uibor has tho inalienable right
to give or withhold Its labor. How
ever, when the laborer combines
with other workors In withholding
nis lalior his right Is not so absolute
When the combination withdraws
tho labor of an entlro shop, com
28 IDLE HENS NOW
LAY 27 EGGS A DAY
Don't say "they're lull bad."
Something che is the matter
with them. . Probably It' 4
has been taJdnr the "cross"
out of "kiddles" for half a
centarj. They LIKE It
because It tastes good. Can't
-hurt tlicml Get It at your
Tbacher Medicine Co.
Clultoooo.-a. Teso. U. S. A.
inunlty or country tho rights of that
combination Is Just ss lawful as Is
the purpose of the combination and
no more so,
"When that combination to with
draw lalior becomes Injurious to the
community and results In suffering
on tho part of thoso not a party
to tho controversy, It become un
lawful nrtrt It Is the power of con
gress or tho legislature to pronounce
Mr, Tuft reviewed the part that
lator plaed 1n tho prosecution of
tho war and said that a study nf
tutlstlcH uould show that thero had
bi-en comparatively few strikes
while the struggle wus In progress.
Heallxlng during the war, however,
that tho function of labor wns indls
penslhle during the war. labor he
came dtuny with tho sense of Its
power and the signing of the nrmU
tloe was followed by strike nflcr
strike, broken contract and unjusti
Three trlke. the steel ntrlke, the
real strike, ami the llnstnn police
strike, tended nlore than an.vthlbK
else to Htradv the condition of the
country he nsld. in ihiw, he satd.
Americanism ,won over bolshevlsm
itnd attempts on the part of foreign
ers and radical aliens to Inuugurate
the. soviet government failed In
all of them he declared that the'
strike was lost because tho publlo
opinion wus ngnlnst them.
"Politician till over the country
learned that It Is good politics to
enforce the law and maintain or
der," he declared nftor reviewing
t'ho iwrt that Oovernor Conllrtgo
pltivod In the police strlko In Boston
and his suliwequent re-election to
his office by the largest jnnjorlty
ever" polled In thst state
"All of thewo dltfturhunceH forced
tho retillzatlon that we must not al
low ourselve to become alarmed
Thn American peoplo are still strong
and united." he Mild, "und the char
acter of the peoplo tit large Is such
that there Is no doubt that they
The Modern Idea
More than ever is the
physician placing depend
ence upon hygiene, fresh
air, sunlight and adequate
nourishment to bring about
a restoration of strength.
That is why
is so helpful and universally
used as a means of up
building the weakened
system. When you
need a tonic, try the
logical means of ton
ing up the body take
Scott's Emulsion. '
have In them Ihe things necessary
to bring about tho stamping out of
bolshevlsm, and radicalism that
threaten the life of tho country '
"The lngue of Nations" was the
former .pt ldont'M subject at the
meeting nf the Automobile club a'
Hotel Tulsa yesterday noon I In ws
Introduced by Patrick J llurlej
who In turn (hart been presented b
Ucorgc W. Iteeves, president.
Since 'there are In the senate -10
vi)lt for the league s H Is end 10
for it with reservation, which he In
terpreled us mmnlng exactly what
the original covenant meant with
out them. .Mr. Tuft expressed confi
dence that somo sort of compromise
would bo iigreed upon by these
groups ut once unless some Impus
uihle chasm now unfnrscett opened
H4rciNtlcn1ly rnltlolsInK those In
Ihe senate who objected to tho
league ivh It is he expressed Oils lie -lief
that their main disagreement
wus over the tiutsllon of who im
gel credit for it. 'The rtelsy Is only
caused by the deslro of some to sav
In the end Hint It wns Vhelr words
Hint went Into the document ltmtead
of those of the originators nf th,-
covenant," he declared.
In urging that It be rsilfied at
once, ihe calUol the lcuf,-iin of uatlotis
tho greatest sten eer taken bv any
nation for tho good of humnnllv ut
largo and said It would be a honir
to Uils country to sa that It hud
taknn lb part In the worl.l'ii affairs
no Home In Yank SlilM.
U'AUlllVriTtlS' l.-ll "fl Tlhlrlv.
six thousand of the Cecho HUnuk
troops in wnerin are to tin sent home
In America ships, the first to sail
I'"ebniary 25, while the other .10.000
it'll! Itn annt In llrltlult n.t.l ..flint- t.n.i
sets, ii house committal u-ut told to
uay ny nenenii .Mitrru. enici or Hiuir
To irVnl t'ougli
Take 11AYW HKA1.1MI IUM-.Y
LOOKING FOR FAMILY
Panlon.l I ml Inn Nit fiiwr Wife
, und (lillil In 100.1 fnun
I "111110111 Coutlet ir.
It .4ioritte,l Preu Htate Wire,
MUHKOtllJU. 1-Vb. 20. After
spending 17 enrs In the fwlonil
prison ut Leuvennoi'th. Kim., .luck
Teeknhlnnnecsk u full-bloo.! Chor
okee Indian, has been given Jvls
frneilnni it ltd lu k.,.li.. , I. -1.
Hin Spavlnaw hills trying to find
his wife and hubv His Inst gllmpsq
or them whs In 1803 when h looked
tliroiii-fli thn ln,u ,.e 'ir.H uTn' ti...
old prison cur that tins used In thn
4,M,,,tii H'nii(,ry uiiys it) llflUS
port tr sonerH III Die feilrml
Teokahlannoeskv was a member
of tho Night Hawk society and
wncn tno laniis wero allotted tp the
Indians nt Vinltu In lno.1. an liwllun
nil inert Wolf n ineniber of nbe eo
i-loti, Imd Molated his oath Mil
filed his ilalm for land. Tho nocloty
hetrt a meeting ami declnded that
Wolf must die They drew straws
to determine whti should kill him
nd It fell to Teekiihtanneesky
Keoplng his word to the society, he
shot Wolf down In cokl lilood. Ho
entereil a plea of gulltv nivil would
have liceti se'itoneed to hang had
not W 1 honipiton ot Vinltu
Plcndert wJth nlge CI 111 for his llfo
He then as tenteiiced to life Im
prlsonment anil wo pardoned n few
tlajs ngo at the request of officials
of the lnenl Indian ngenoy.
Ilrlng Son Hack.
NHW VnitK, Pel.. 50 Mrs A
!ooru of Chicago, the first Atner
lean mother to bring bck from
Franco the body of her eon. who tiled
overseas, arrived here today on tho
steamer Itrlttttntu Her non. James
HewM-it, died of Injuries tecelved In
nc ion nt sen and was burled at Mar
! lunula Optical Co. Adw
Heal Wonder -Worker
for Wrinkled Facet!
Thou who hT trjf.l kJI orU ef ,
ollert "-f lulls rfrnoiorV In s itln
fort In lots Uom tiawelNimt Uten et t
llln.ia or worry, tin ifrtJ find worut
to eiprtM their delight with the traadcrb I
iets fermuU, nn tht htm firm it n
triiil 'I'hs siH-tstM of thin mt Ki't U d
nnt alona le It mrTelii tfe.-tlistiMi
npn lli i)ntl lm sml fr,nlt, m
well at upon tl,a Ter, (ins nnfa - O'tl Im -o
! U mtrpriilniilr quklt -'lon nn 11 rnllrt
harmltxintxa lit aimpllrit la another on'
I rneml.t'la, fealurf, lor one nmd enlj li-
i aoUs an enrws ef powdered aaielitn In
halt pint of wllih haul, and hali ,tl
I fan ii, thn aolutlon t nnr. a remark
I1 tranaformatlnn la bshtld
It it nnl nnlr thn rftVrt on wrlnVtu an I
criae that la no nntli-rahls hui (aria
..in lour la fnmarkahlj iniprottia ami ino
laff lonka mn'h jount;r Ona ahmild hr.
, mr- l. ak th drnnrul for thn fiwdnre I
aaielitn Thn tottnn hrlna- so rrlnabmc. It
paiti.ularljr tratfnl te tlrnd la'-n d?t
Mustcrole Loosens Up Those
Stiff Joints- Drives Out Pain
You'll know why thousand ubq
Musterole once you cocpciicncc tho
ulad relief it Rives.
Get a jar at once from the. nearest
drug (tore. It Is a clean, white oint
ment, made with the oil of mustard.
Detter than a mustard plaster and does
not blister. Brings caic and comfort
while it is being rubbed on I
Musterole is recommended by many
doctors and nurses. Millions of Jars aro
used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff
necK, astnma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rncU'
matitm, lumbago, pains and aches of tho
back or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chest (it often prevents pneumonia).
30c and 00c jars; hospital size $2.50,
You never used flour
good; you never knew
flour ao different. Insist
on it at your grocers.
OIL CITY FLOUR &
Plionn ONige .IrUO
Anil this una In Cold Winter Wrath-t-r.
Mrs. Davidson's ,Piun Is Simple.
... - .tA,.,l a .1 ru, f9r,n9 In' IH I
fkrcV nf a.1 hant that were not larlnj,
Ilul.lber are layjm no-. I ineelie, at ulfh
at 1" tttx a day and nfttr liwt'.than 2S " 1
Mrt. Jennln DaTidton, Yalet Center,
Jin, I)aldon wroln thlt letter in Ff b-1
ruary. J-lffur fcr profit on' two .doien 1
(a a dajr from bona that "wouldn't lar"i
durlnj January and Fabruary. Wn'll make
yon thn tatnn offer ws made ber. Hern It In
(lire your hena Don ,funr and wateli m l
aulti for one fn6rtth, If 'jbtf don't tied
that it part lor itself and naja Jon a good i
profit beiidm, almplr tell ui and jour
monar will b prompllr relundad., - ,
lion wunr ti:nineae lor eii-iajriofj wormi
alto a iplendld lonle. it ft eailly- ele.n In i
tha feed, Improvea th hen'a liealth, maketr
her stronger and more aritre in any weatn
er and atari bets lajlpi.
Try Dan f-unj far 80 dart and If It
dnetn'l g-et jnu the fill, no matter how
cold or wat Ihe wealher, your money will
ba refunded br return mail, (let Don flunf
from your driijrzt or poultry remedy
dealer or nd i0 rtnlt for a paekace by
mall prepaid llurrell l)ner Co., IJ'J Oo
lumbU llldn , Indlampnllt Ind
Makes Hens Lay
3eta tho eggs In any weath
jr. It la easily Given In the
feed .and doesn't force or
lurt tbe hen In any way..
is a rcat tonic, iry it it
pay for Itself and pay you a good profit
besides, your monoy will be promptly
efundeu. Trial size 60 cents.
Binding-Stevens Seed Co.
First and Ilouldcr.
B u tier, package
Meadow Gold Creamery
sage, pound . . .
Troco Nut Oleo,
Oleo, pound . . .
Gem Nut Colored
Oleo, pound ....
All 20c packages
All 10c packages
Cookies, each ....
Snaps, paper bbl
' ' a a y
8-lb. pail .
24-lb. sack Q-l
Red Star FlourPJLi.I.
48-lb. sack Red dQ Q-
Star Flour . . tPO.Ol
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Creamery Butter, guaran
teed. Special introduc
Sweet Milk, Q
All makes of Bread; 16c
each JLO 2 1
All makes Bread, Q
10c loaf VL
Chicken Feed, 8 1-3-pound
per package . .
All 10c Sptecs,
No. 2 Spinach,
Campbell's Pork and
Beans, per "j O l
Campbell's Soups, a 1 1
kinds, including Vegetable
and Tomato, "t OJ.
per can XwJiC
No. (5 . .
4-lb. pail .... I)X.4-wV
Carnation, Pet, Male's
Leader or Borden's Milk,
two for . .
Hebe, 11 1
Snider's Catsup, large
Hale's Leader Rock Candy
Kollogg's. Korn. Flakes
1U-113 EAST FIRST STREET
Nice Rolled Roasts,
Nice Plate Boiling Meat,
Fancy Fore Quarter Steak,
Nir-n P.rnii'lf Ifniml
por pound lOt
Rump Roast, 1 O-
per pound XOC
Nico Breast of Veal, -j rw
per pound XIC
Veal Rump Roast, -J
per pound XDC
Veal Rib Chops, Ofin
per pound ZtUC
Pork Chops, OFC
per pound at)t
F'ork Shoulder, whole or half, OQ
por pound juOKj
St. Louis Independent Bacon,
Best Dry Salt Bellies, 9 A
per pound . , AKs
Host Dry Salt Jowls,
Swift's Premium Bacon, whole jQ
or half, per pound LxXfK
Wilson's Certified Bacon, whole A fj
or half, per pound tL 4 C
St. IxMiis Independent Packing Co. first
grade Hams, whole or half, QA
per pound - OvC
Swift's Premium or Wilson's Certified
skinned Hams, whole or half,
Good Mixed Sausage,
Ground Beef, suitable for Hamburger or
Moat Loar, - r71
per pound . Ll 12
Wo havo 500 country style cured Hams,
weighing from 8 to 12 pounds each. Wc
are going to sell them today at, 1 A A
per pound a., tcUC
Armour's small cans Milk,
per dove, cans
Pet Milk, tall cans,
We do not; soli lumber but wo have
pickets in front.
1Mb. cans Standard Hominy,
2-lb. cans Standard Tomatoes,
We will havo no troubln now.
sure getting tho facts as to what tho mar
ket will be 011 all food commodities as
the great apostle of truth is already giv
ing the public his free (?) advice.
This same apostle gave the public tho
benefit of his knowledge last year and
memory tells us just how near he was
right. Wc do not know what the mar-
kot will do, 'bet regardless of that fact,
you will alwais find that tho PEOPLHS
KXCHANG15 WILL BE SELLING THE
BEST MERCHANDISE AT THE LOW
24 lbs. best Flour,
48 lbs. best Flour,
Don't mind the pickets. They can't hurt
you because wc know they will not do
Large cans Wisconsin Kraut, d-j pf A
por do, PXt)U
10 lbs. assorted picked Nnvy QQ
Bea'ns, none better OC
12 cans Carnation Milk gQ
PEOPLES EXCHANGE ,
LARGEST RETAIL FOOD DISTRIBUTORS IN THE SOUTH
111-113 EAST FIRST STREET
Osage Grocery and Market
107 East First Street The Unfair Store
Strictly fresh Eggs, An '
per dozen tc ' v
Storage Eggs, AOf
per dozen t:- L
Navy Beans, - A
Fresh roasted ground Coffee,
in bulk, three pounds for .... PX
25 pounds QK.
No. H can 1A
Hominy ' XUC
No. 21. can 99 1
Sometimes people have sn many principles and "ismk" thai then forget about
Americun'mm, and favor HtrikcH, aoitation,'(lincontcnl, etc.
Several timen recently it haa been mentioned to uh that our pickets were nan
'producers, etc. Wc bcf to differ from this and Ray that they have produced
marc busincs for us than any other advcrtisiiy. We sincerely hope the proper ,
ivaqes will he paid tn them and their just increase from time to time be also,
yranled without their having to strike.
N . 21. can Ex. Std.
No. 210 can Ex. Std.
Standard Sugar Corn,
Standard Sugar Corn,
Standard Sugar Corn,
Pot Milk, tall
Pet Milk, tall,
Pet Milk, tall,
Some people don't quote prices for I he simple reason they arc afrtdd to do so.
Knowing that dhcr merchants would take pleasure in "shading" their prices.
Tall Hebe, 19.
per can XwL
per can OC
RiCC' , 1
per pound , . . , Xcl0
No. 2 p&ckago j - n
No. 5 packuge OR
107 East First St. Pickets in Front