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TULSA DAILY WOULD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 'M, 1920
ONLY 2 SUBJECTS.
Robertsort Confines Mes
sage to Suffrage and
Governor Says Burdens Arc
Too Heavy for Adding
More E cptnaes.
CONTl.VOKD ntOM l'AOB OHK.
niffti, democrat members of tho
houK hold a caucus at which It wus
,lrlded on a limited Investigation nr
uxecutlvo dcpartlne-nts durlnn tlio
nrencnt iscadon. .OjiIv speolfic
rhartrcs supported by sworn ptntu
mema will got u lioarlns, arcordlnB
to members who attended tho cnucus.
llcfusc 11 1'rolM.
The decision ww reached, It Is
mil it, M a clause of ft resolution de
fining tho policy ot tho houoo during
tint extra sekiy and 1m considered
a a definite refusal of tho domi
nant party In tile hqtiao to appoint u
eomndttcA to InveatlKato charges
made atralnat Governor Kobortnin
in- to delvo Into th records of the
pardon and parolo or otrior admin
Consideration only of tho federal
sjffrngc ratification resolution and
appropriations for deficiency nnd
ripendltttea f tlio session In addition
to rearing tho sworn charges lsriaJd
to linvo liwn outlined at the caucus
as t-he prpgrom of Uie liouso of rep
resentatives. Tho caucus took ad
journment without setting tin hour
for mooting uguln, members wild.
Adjournment not later than Sat
urday nftornooh was favored by n
majority of members of both bodlofi
and a concurrent resolution calling
for adjournment at this tlmn will be
Introduced "In tho house by Paul Nes
bltt of McAlestcr, aooohllng to plans
ot the joint committee of legislation.
The only aotlon taken waj tiio Intro,
duclltui of two appropriation bills
one for J 1 U 5 , 4 0 0 for deficiencies und
another for 15,000 for expenses of
the session. Each body adjourned
ln less than an Oiour after l0lns
railed to order at 2;30 o'clock this
afternoon, the house to moot again
at 1 o'clock tomorrow and tho sen
ate to meet ut 1:30 o'clock.
Author of Illll,
Authors of. tho suffrago ratifica
tion bill as Introduced by Hodges ap
pear on thf measure as i'anl Neabltt,
SIcAlester; "n n. Ilsncy, MuskoRo,
Hen V. .Harrison, Caivin; Kdwln
Oabnoy, Altus; I.on Morris, Walter;
rfn. Storms. Wnurika; W. T. Anglln.
ItoHenvtlle, V. W. llobcrtson, Okla
homa City: M. W. Honilnc, Splro: L.
P. Hobo, Wllhurton; A. VI Garver,
Sartlfsville: CSeoreo 11. Schwabe,
.Vov.ttu; Roy Harvey, Perry,, all
members of tho house of representa
tives. The senators whoso names appear
en the bill am Krcd K. Tucger, Ard
more; Klrnor Thomas, Medtclno
I'.uk- T. C. Simpson, Thomxs; Wit
burn Cartwrltfbt, Olarlta; 15. 1'. Illll,
McAloster; S. Ij. Johnson, Okmulgee;
Kujeno M. Kerr, Muskogco: .lep
Knltrht, Wynnowood; Arthur Leach,
'.tyre' 1 AMorton, Dundiui; James
IVauifhon, Davis: It, B, CordolV
"Janltou. R. Li. KnJo. Cordell; J. S.
Vaurhn, .Kingston; J. J, Smith,
Afton; Frank CUrpwvter, Bridge
port; T. U Rldef, Stlllwell; K. E.
Woods, Claromore; John Goloble,
lirpe numbers of nuffragp ad
terrrus today wctc present In both
branches of the legislature, and
..lembers said tonight that women
from this city supported by a largo
somber from other parts Of tho
tale, are to visit tho capltol In folco
tomorrow and rontlnue tholr of-
f rnf,?1,",1' hsd and face were almost
?v!?.lkl Th Perfectly blind.
Doctor said the wont oh be had .em
yea. One tamplt ofD. O. D. did won
f"f0.,'w.ork' A compute core fbt
lowed." n,o. J, Dormlinjr, U mi son, Ala.
Too write, too, to the D. D. D. Corapanr of
W,'or,'nBlndtet Immediate relief,
n 'rVf.?"' drolt and he will tell yoo what
IJt'Jti " mpllihed In your own nelih-
wuie rslltTes yoo. He. Mc andfl.oo.
2 lotion for Shin Disease
I know something
that will clearyour sldn
"When my complexion wag
ko, rough and pimply, I wag so
"lumeJ that 1 never had any
wn. I imagined that- people
o.dcd me perhaps they did I
"u 'he regular use of Kesinol
S i0JPwith a little Kesinol Oint-
went jast at first-has given me
tck my clear, healthy skin. 1
y fc RnlnelOlgtniealsodRotnelSupslxicittr '
Sa- aJp swiy dandruff sod kcty tbs latr Iwslthr sttd
m -mmm- altiactlee. Tor nisi tree, writs to Dept 2 K,
i- W RmIdoJ, BsllUoys, Md. '
fortj In both bodes wl'hoin censing
lint I thr final puH.igo of tho suf
The governor in III metsagc
dwelt upon two subjects for action,
tho ratirinillon -t the si'tfruRo
'mendiiicm nnd aproirlatlons for
c-eflclency occasioned by tho uso of
troops at Drumrlght and In 'ho tsmi
He urged wlso counsel In making
an further appropriations on ae
count of tho heavy tax )iurdcn now
home by tho state.
Of tlio sum of el9G,600jipproprfat
eil in tho senate bill No. 1 for a
payment of doflclency eertiricalcs
nnd for other. Items not certified
hut submitted) by the governor for
payment )29,S9r Is for tho adjutant
general's department for tho pay
ment of expenses of troops sent to
Iho eoal fields In November nnd De
cember nnd for volunteer coal miners
in the employ of the etato during
the samu period.
Tho next largest item Is for 20,
000 to tho highway department for
slnlo expenses In connection with the
receiving of army trucks nnd other
material for road construction from
tho fedoral government. Of tho
other Items. In tho bill tho larger
number are for small nmuunls paid
us salary Increase to various slate
employes and officials.
Lleutennnt Governor Trapp called
the senate to ordor shortly nftcr 9
o'clock Spoaker Tom C. Waldrep'a
gavel fell In tho houso about the
samo time. Thirty-two senators an
swered to the roll call out of a total
of 14, whllo 95 representatives were
present In the houso out of 101.
l'rayor was offered In eacli body
by tho chaplains, Rev. R. Y. Bianch
ard of Calvin in tho houso and Rov.
It. O. Callahan of Outhrio in tho
Tho permanent organization of
tho last regular session waa adopted
in both branches.
Oovornor Robertson followed the
reading of his goneral mcssago to
tho joint session by a brief appeal
for tho prompt passago of tho fed
eral suffrago ratification proposal.
"Although It is not tho province
of the govornor to Impose his views
upon members of tho leglslaturo, I
wish to call your attention to tho
recont state conventions of tho two
leading partlos ln tho statb both of
which expressed approval of tho na
tional suffrago amendment. That uc
tlon Is as near an expression of the
people's will as can bo obtained short
of an election.
''Thirty-two states already havo
ratified tho suffrago amendment.
Tho matter Is foroclosed and I con
sider that It admits of no argument.
"If tlio amendment Is to bo "adopt
ed, Oklahoma should tako advan
tage ot tho situation, got Its sharo of
tho credit for making it tlio law ot
tho land and show tho women wo
havo confldenco In them as part
ners. Wo want to show thorn wo aro
willing to start them In politics
COUGHED SO HARD HE
WAS READY TO DE
Hut ho rruoteml quickly and
gnlmtl 0 imuN In ,' wocKh.
"IUU December I oaueht a hemfj cold,
which left mo with a deep-eaatM coocK
t cooshed fo hard It would itart tho blood,
f thought I was a poner, milH I tried
Mills Emuliion. I oie'd nine- bottles alto
cother. My eosgh It roue, and X. Late
gained nine poanda in flr weeka. If any
one doobti U, let tnera wtIIo me."-Charlej
l. Wallers, 147 Buulh Elghleontb. IX,
Vhn hundrfdi upon hundred of peo
pie tell yoo of jut toch rowery, jmt
uch tln In welelit, It mint be worth
year trying, at leait. A trial eoeti nolh
UUkt -Kroulilon It a pleaeant,. nntrltlre
food and a corrcctlre medlelne. It rotorei
hoallhy, natural bowel action, doing away
with all need of pills and phydca. It pro
mulct appetite and quickly puts tho dlge
tltre organ in nhspo to aifjmllate food. An
a builder of flesh and strength. Milks Kmul
ion U strongly recommended to thorn
whom slckneis hss weakened, and is a
powerful aid in resitting and repairing tho
effects of waiting diseases. Chronlo stom
ach trouble snd constipation aro proniptly
relleYod nsoally in ono day. It produces
remarkable results in colds, cough and
Thls.il the only solid emulsion njsdc,
and so ialatsble that it Is oaten with a
froon like Ice cream, Truly wonderful for
weak, sickly children.
No matter how severe your ease, vou sre
urged to try Milks twultkm under this
gusrantee Take sir bottles homo with you,
uso It according to directions, J If not
sstisfied with the resorts, your money will
bo promptly refunded. Price flOc sod St 20
per bottle. The Milks Braulsion Co., TeVro
Haute. Ind, Sold by druggists everywhere.
Wp have been appointed distributors In this
territory for I'AIUi-J cars, and In order to
get acquainted, would Ilko to havo you bring
In your cars and let us tune them up for you
freo of charge.
URISTOW, IVb. 2.1 Two now
additions have heen taken luta the
rlty. One, the Jrhnson addition, tho,
other, known as Highlands i'nrk nd
dltlon,,Tlio enumeration Js xpeuled
lo show over 4,000 piopl in the
I'AWHIIHKA, I-V1. 23. KuiiieH
from a giul stovo caused the death of
Mis. Mlllan Rallls, 24 years old, at
Hominy ".Mrs. llitllis had lain donn
to read u book and had turned tlio
gns on nt full oapaolly, the stove
being without pipe.
NOHMAN. I'ob. 23. t.nlvemity of
Oklahoma engineering students will
have a Ht. I'at's Queen, March 17,
for tho first time In tho history of
St. Patrick celebration hern. Open
housff Is to bo held, banquet nt
iwhleh engineers from over th stnto
are special gueslsi, and a dunce.
AVYNONA, Feb: 23 Civic Im
provements, such as tho construc
tion of new concrete crossings, side
walks nnd grading Is well under way
Itere and the town board Is sparing
no expemn In getting the streets ntid
crossings In W'ynona ln first class
hpo. A large amount of new side
walks In the business and rejtlde-nco
You Need Not
Suffer From Catarrh
But You Must Drive It Out of
Your Blood to Get Rid 6f
Vou huve probably been In the
habit of applying oxternal treat
ments, trying to euro your Caturrlu
You havo used ppniys, washes and
lotions nnd poaslbly benn tempo
rarily relieved. Rut after ti short
tlmo you had another uttack nnd
wondered why. Ypu must realize
that catarrh Is an' Infection of the
blood nnd to get permanent rellof
tho catarrh Infection must bo drjvon
Ollt tlf tlln tllnnrt. Thf. rlllti.Unr vtill
conto to understand this, tho
(lUicKc-riyou win get It out of your
sjAtoni.S. 8. 8, whjch luis boon In
'' y t
I districts will nleo soon
' course of otitis tni tlon.
MIAMI, IVb. 23 - -The wages ot
all member of the Mlnpil pollen
force havo lC(n Increased from 1100
to 12U a month to meet the hiKli
cxst of living. Chief Haulch found
that ho coifld not gel men to work
on thC" forre nt a salary of $100 a
month, hccaiiHQ laborers In tho mlno-i
nearby made imire than that He
will bo paid JK'O a month here
after. PENROSE AGAINST HOOVER
Senator DtvIiirtM Hit Opposition to
IVirmer INsiil Adinlnbitmtor.
lMlllAUKi.I'HIA. l'eh. 23. -Honn-tnf
Holes I'enrose today declared Jils
opposition to Herbert Hoover n a
Iiossltdo repubHcaJt iutdlda4e for
president, "Hoovw Is no republican.''
snld renro.se. "Ho Is u dMiiocrnt of
the Wlwin K-hiwil nnd ho never will
be considered by tlio convention In
"Any good republican can bo
sleeted this year." finished the sera
tor "Hut It won't bo Hoover,"
;et Soviet lloMirt,
LONDON, Keb, 23. A opmptetn
detailed lop'hrt of conditions In
constnnt use for over lty years,
Will' attack tho catarrh ixilsons.
clennso and strengthen thV bhod, ho
It ovlll curry vigor and health to the
mucous mmbrnnes on Its Journeys
through your body and natmo will
oon restoro you to health, yon will
bo relieved of tho drippings of titu
oouh In your tlirtmt, noros In nos
trils, bad breath, hawKlng and
All reputable druggists carry S, S.
8. In stock and wo recommend yon
to glvo It a trial at onon.
Tho chief mdlcat adviser of tho
Company ytiti carnfully aniiwor all
lottcrs on the mibject. Thero Is no
chargo for the medical advice. Ad
dross Swift Hpf-clfio Company, 251
liwlft Ixiboratory, 1 Atlanta, (la.
' Do you read "Who's Who"?,
John D. Rockefeller was a clerk.
Andrew Carnegie was a tele
H: H. Rogers, Standard Oil
multimillionaire, went into busi
ness with $200.
Charles M. Schwab at 17 years
was driving a grocery" wagon it
$2.50 per week.
F. W. Woolworth started in busi
ness with $350 of which $300 was
You have a better start than
Can you make as good a' finish?
Let us talk to you. .
OF TXJXr SA
Fourth and Main
Itunalu and the attitude ot the s.)M t
governmetit toward peace wlucli nail
been made to tho llrltlsh foreign
office by CaplsJu Jamrvi O'drady,
M , placed before tho roun
ell of promlera when tltey eonvwn-tl
today Cnptnln O'tlrady has bsui
at Copenhufeu (Hiitferrlng with ltorln
Utvlnoff of the Itusslnn soviet kov
ernmenl, regarding the release of
llrltlsh prisoners In Hlissln nnd
AlllllIlM I JM HlglttlllNti
II jr AKclstfd Press Ntate Wfre.
Ml'HKOOKH, I'ob. 33.-- onion
T. Haroatigh. frrtllroitrT man, who
was arrested by Mrs. Qdull Hnr-
A Stubborn Cough $
? Loosens Right Up
T lilts lionte-msde remedy U s won- 'j
ilee for ipilrk tr.nll.. i:sally V
V uid cheaply made,
Here U a hom-mnile svnp wlucli
millions of people line found to hi
Hie uimt deiiendalile means of btrak
ing up ntuhlMirn roughs. It is elieap
and simple, but ery prompt in net kin.
Under Us lirullnir, soothing liillurni'e,
cheat soreness goes, phlegm loosens,
lireatlimg becomes easier, tieklinc in
throat stois and vou gel n good nigtil's
restful sleep, Tlie usiisl thrust and
chest rolds ate conquered by it In -I
hours ur less. Nothing bettei (nr bron
chitis, limirseness, croup, throak tickle,
bronchial uetliuu or wiutvr cotigli.
To mske this splenilid eouali syrup.
pour t't iniiircs of I'inex into u pint
bottle nnd fill the bottle with nl.iin
granulated sugar svrnp ami Mtake
tlioruugtily. If you preler, use clnrillnl
molasses, honey, or com syrup. Instead
of stii;ur syrup. Hither way, vou get
a full pint a family supply of much
better cough syrup limn you ronlJ buy
readytmnile for three times the money
Keeps perfectlr nd children love, its
Tinex is a speeial ami highly concen
trated compound of genuine Norway
nine extract, known the world oyer for
Its prompt healing effect upon the
To avoid disappointment ask your
druggist for "2'4 ounces of Tlnex"
with full directions, and don't accept
anything else, Guaranteed to give ab
solute satisfselion or rnonev promptly
refunded. Tho Tinex Co., r't. Wayne,
j tiaugh Muliud.iN on the eluirKC that
lio hid threo llmg wHes. today
dead.',! guilty to blgatlO before
County .ludKO Vernor. lit default of
?l,0(0 point no wuh commlirvii to
Watch Sictloii Nine, Tu:i Amo
mohlln .Show. Mntih I u A. hi
Jof Hofmann makes rec
Any Columbia dealer will
gladly play for you any of
his selections, so you judge
for yourself the exquisite
Columbia tone and fidelity
Now Columbia Rcrdt mm fate th
10th mmd 30th mf vry month.
Campbell Baking Col
We Want Every Tulsan to Come and See Just
How and With What Care
Tulu I'lriu Is Cited.
. nr AK, isled Press Hlate Mrs
OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb ii.-
Citation of tho Oklnhotnii Hytnl cute
l,linllel eomiwmy of Tulsa for al
leged Molntlon of g.is H)tiservntion
orders was issued by the corHrtl m
i-ommirisloii today It It charged the
A rmulifjy in his childhood, Josef Hofmann has
achieved true greatness in his early manhood. Since
that period he has reached the supreme height of
virtuosity maintaining a standard that for bril
liancy ot technique, charm of tone and ingenuity
of expression has rarely, if ever, been equaled.
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONK COMPANY, New Votk
Columbia Records nnd Orafonolns
Hold eacluslvoly by
daiihow musiu :o.
ftin H, Main I'liono Atn
A CORDIAL INVfTATION'
Is Extended by the ' y
the Open House Inspection and
STARTING AT 7:30 P. M.
and Our Other Products Are Made
STREET CAR SERVICE
DIRECT TO THE PLANT
AT FIFTH AND FRISCO
r'u ip.iii perm, it d mi- I wns
failed to file proper ici-ords with tin
vomnilmlon. Hearing of th( a j
set for March
Diime tonlghl. Mutual I
hnll. West Tulsa. Mm band Iaj-i
Tuesdiiv Thuinila and fa' rd
Under the Management of
ROBERT BOICE CARSON
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