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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 27, 1920.
Union Lender Haps the
Mayor for Caustic j
DISCUSS OPEN SHOP:
.Indue Warren DHVihIh ('. II.
Hubbard in a Warm DIs- !
cuasion of Pulley. 1
! ...ilclarw. iimblllou to muih
i various I'llv offl'i- In th inm-
i' i Hons, who rn wntehln wi'h
, .mrrrst ii Kin to m rvoun mix'
action of tho liibiif union
in of tho i"'itiittilon, wminl
found IhkI night's rnn-ttiir of
I ' trmlfs anil labor council no ii"
- i lvfjrlnry hftrnmstr iw to wli it
i" jibor'vole would iln In thi' rinn
I1. tin- innfflhy, mooy Klilod, wuri. I
1 nll'HlVll lllfl'IIMlon of Hll' lllC'll
I i . i u . .i siiiiriilnii on the i 'mil'. I
' i i.ihI MiKbt IliiTf wns tin I' p
nln.ii" Just how Intg) u fiut'T ih
ilni mln of ths (It)' Would l. 'I I
b' I'l.-rtlun. It wn ' tin I ly nup i '
.Hi' to li'll from Urn tli-lmli Jmt
i.w oui'li of ilui labor Voto i mil I !
" Hiiitrd on by olther of lb
Ii.ii i.im or whutliHr or not tlm l.-iti r
II lorti woulil lauiii'b h piirty if
bog own (mil litlpinpi lo 'ii't a
nnm iiiiion tickm.
In ilip tlrodln of or'ntory HI. n
lioured out on every poll'li'til iiur"
Ion from wotruin suffrage lo llio
ndepemlunt tlrkrt. I lie uuiistlon of
'bo 'opori shop" OHKlly lool Hit1
ml I ill.' purl, unit Mr. I'olitlolnn tii-oil
not havo boon In tlm liibor tnnipln
norc tbiin fiv mlnutm nt nny tt mo
during Ibn inci'tlng to have ronllzuil
list i would bn Indiscreet to sny
ho iMmt to innki. tin. i"opot shop"
mi Ismip IT In- implied In Ibn iinlilu
All speakers win of one ncrnrri
ii thrlr ilrttunrlntltin of the upon
Hhop nnd merely rompMed with
eurli oilier In the bltti'rnwM of tholr
KnroaHiu of tly. propoHttlou. Homo
differed, however, mm to whilt tho
political pnrtleH would do on tliv
I (If ft Ion Home rrltlclm'd lllp l'i'Ullit
llrnnM for not mulling It tin Issue'
nnd leaving It nut of their platform,
declaring that they lool Hint notion
to got vnlen, Others of tho union
ists' uphold the rppubllemiN In tholr
actions anil bitterly denounced ho
The Herniation of tho meeting wan
an address by .!. C O'Donnell, who
took offenso lit Mayor C. II. Hub
bard for reinarloi ho In alleged lo
have mailt, concerning O'Donnnll
through the miliums of n locnl
"In a Sunday morning papor tlm
ohlef executive of tho oily railed mo
a dynamiter because t nm ono oil
l.n of tho city who does not ngroa
w1L1i him mid hl associates," (In.
rlarod Mr. O'Donnell, "berniiso I ox
erf trod my ctniHtl'tnltlonal right lo rmy
what 1 think iiIhiuI IiIh iidnilnltrn
tlnn and erltlclied hi administration
nt ti recotit republican meeting, tho
honorable mayor used bin feel rather
thnn IiIh head mill hrutidcd mo oh
'Dynamlto Jon,' which chimes mo
with the. rod, bolsheviks mid mill
nils, clemming my name a an Amer
ican cltticn. ThoiiKh I nm bitterly
opposed to htm brcauiio I think ho
has not given tho union mon ii milium
deal, I havo tiovor slandered him or
called him anything othor thnn Hon
orablo Mayor Hubbard. ,Por ttilN
lOAdOn I resent IiIh itcllhernto nt
tempt to hlnnilei' mo nnd my Amrrl
iinlfin, nnd 1 Intend to ninliii him
"That In one of 1ho HiIiirk n, man
tmiBt expect In politics." n.ild JiiiUto
30d Warren, chairman of tho council,
defending tho mayor "I hao been
nailed ovcry name on earth, and Juki
In tlin pant week I wiih iiuntod nt
RreHt length In tho nfternoon paper
on a mibjeol nbout which 1 luivo not
oven talkiid for two weeks much Ii-hs
Marshall Haig Is Showered Willi
More Honors by British Admirers
Addlim to the li'in'TH and decorntlrnH whuh rireat llrllnln bun sh-iwered
on Its war hero Klelil Marnbal DoukIiio II.iik. the linlvemlty of Mam bi Klcr
liax honored lh maitihal wllb a ilctirco of doctor of lawn. Karl nod I.i'l.v
Iluli; aru kIiohu heiu lifter Hie ceriimony, tho fluid marshal wearing hla
MUST SPEED UP RETURNS
Internal Itownup Cnlltvtor IXmvi Nut,
Wniil 1 1 ll-l I III I'llIM'.
11 AdHKlntM I'rwn Hut" lr '
OKIHOMA (MTV, l'"ob !6
Moio xpecd In fllliiK Income tnx r
furn in uib'ed by 1 Iii1xrt U Union.
Iillrrnal revenun oulleotiir who Mild
today thai u ruah to flln diirliiK thu
cIohIiik hours would oyr-taK, bin of
fci force and Hint "iIiimo wIiuh.-
nl..,nu ,11.1 tw.l rnl I i ..I, tlx. ,lfllli,l
.11. , u.i, ..w h" . ... m. ...'.
roll by tho time for clnxlim thorn 1
would bo luted an ili'llliitlrnt, I
UP A SINGLY!
Tomorrow will bo dear
and bright, if you taku
. "Cascarcts" tonight
llailliU OlUlcliI'.' illl.
Wlmt Von Will When Von Will
Stiuirt'M l)jHx-wla 'I'nblolH . 1
llolpM l)lfft Ihn .Meal.
(lixxl food In Itnelf In hnrmleHS, 1
Tho usual reimon ntomach troubles
urine In du to faulty dlKe,llon
brouchl ivlnnil by overwork, Hick
noun, overeating, Into hourn, etc,
Tho bont way Ui norrivt faulty
HUmiaich troilblejl iluo to illm'Htive
mlutakca Is to do what nature
want All that nature umiully
lietMhi In mii'li cnMfH Is n little nilnt
nnco to do this work. Thin Is why
dix'lor tell you to dint. Nnturti Is
then oompcllcd to aid howlf, Vou
do not then overwork hor whn hIij
U nlrnndy exhnmted.
Ktuart'n Dyspepsia T.bletM git Into
your Hto.imch Junt like fool. The
help digest food, ami thus, when tho
next ini'.il ii IV n, llio HyHlom is
beltiM p.epared to (.o It!) vr K With
Hy followltm thla prnctlco many
havo corrected tholr stomach trou
blew, nnd havo cowiiierod tho old
"bucbeur" of ImllKOHllon.
Always take a Bluart's Dyfpepilai
Tiiblet after iikmiIs or just boforo
bed time. My doing .ihln Ju will '
bo acting wisely and playing tafe
(lo to your drugg st nuywhero and
buy a box now l'rice, do cent.
I'Vellng Jmlf-nlck. IiIIIouh connll j
(ted'' Ambition way below jsem" ,
Hero Is h.idp! Take Cascai etH tonight I
for your llyer and bow'ele You'll
wake ui ciar, rosy, and mil of llfo.
Cnvcnrets net wllboul griping or In '
convenience They never Mr ken vou
like Calomel, Suits, OH or naly ,
hamh pllln. They cost so little loo i
CflNcurutH work whllo you sleep
OF EXPENSE ITEM
Teat Case lo Determine
Whether Sheriff Can
Go After Prisoner.
II; AMonlttM I'rnM SUl Wltl
KIlli.MA flTV I'cb. 21.- -A I
eislm of (1 K. .lohnnon, sheriff of ,
klhomt county, for Iim expense
In a trip to l,oiilMim for a prlronur,
Is to be mhdp the bsis of a lrt Cimn
lo st n dnelslon lof tho imte mi
jneme court InJerrlrellng Jlno legls- '
iuilVf sot reirnrdln" the bringing of
prisoner captured in other statu
hnoR lo this rt hi for trial, Itob I
Hnros, county attorney, said lodiy. !
An opinion of At'orney (1enral
H I. rreellnp recently held that!
'he ejipeiiHo of micJi n trip cannot ha j
nllnweil by the ciuntv iviminleslon
' Tm. eoiipleO with tne ract mat -e.ere
is'no unite apprtfprlatlon available
tor the ptirpoee ha resulted In what
thr counlv attorney calls a "serious
situation." v enys the net of the
IH!) HHwilon of the letrMtiture (n
erded Ihnt nudlf expenses should be
met hy .the county in which tho of
fi'iise Is committed. ,
The opinion of the attorney gen
eral nn which I'red Parkinson, slate
xamlper nnd Inspector, bnees a
mi. luff pr-ihlblllna county cotmnls
- mers from -illpwlng the rlalm. af
twill all counties In tlho state mid It
is exported that concerted action of
i number of counties will be taken
'" gi u siiliieme court ruling.
"Mop" Opens Offliv Men-.
The frelKhl trHffle lienilqunrtera
f tin Mlwur.irl raclfli- rullrKi.il rom
ps tu- fur nklahomn was oiened yes
leid.iy In the N'ebniaKa building by
It It. Tilinble. genernl ogent. for
m." H with th' gem ral offl'-i s of ih.'
railroad In Hi. J,ouLs. ah jointed
ttlin Mr. Trltiit.If Will be II H III;
lltltis nnd .1. I' Prowett, travelti;
ft eight iigetits nlld It It. Deluphalll
. h!ef lerk all of whom arrived y in
Sore Throat, Colds
Quickly nellevoil Dy Hmlln'
I Wliartl OH
Hamlin's Wizard Oil lo n sltnilo
I hnd -efrectlvo Ireatment for soro
'ihruat and chest colds. Wed an a
gargle fur tore throat It bring quirk
relief Hubbed on tho chest It will
often loosen up a hard, deep seated
I cold In one night. '
I How oyen sprains, brulsea, cuts
and burns incur In every family, as
well as little troubles like earache,
! tootharlie cold sores, canker eores.
it Iff neck, anil tired aching reel
Hoothlng, heating Wizard Oil will
always bring qhlck relief,
(let It from drugglsta for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return thu bottlo
(nil get your muney hack
ICver constipated or havo sick
hendach7 .lust try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant llttln pink pllln, 30
cents, Ouurante.od. Adv.
Human I' lilnck, vear of age,'
wlni was Injured In an rn .iior ac- I
cident I vbruaiy 18. dlail at a local
hospital yesterday morning. inn
body will be taken to his forinur
home, lierryvllle, Ark., today for
burial. Hurvlvors are a son. Harold,
In IlotchklsH, Col., and twu brothers,
ltd hard of HU Joseph, Mo., and T
V.. lllsbee, Ariz.
Catherine Woodbury, the 3-yenr-old
daughter of J. I". Woodbury,
7U North Hockford, died at the res
idence yesterday. HurUl will bo at
Hnnelilll cemetery at 3 30 o'clock
this afternoon. '
The body of Albert Scott Whlt
tenburg. 10 ya7rn old, who died t at
Avntit Wednesday, will b.) sent to
Harcoxle, Mo., today by tho .Mow
bray undertaking company.
I'unenil services for Mrs. Minnie.
Howyer. who died Wednendny, will
be held at tho residence, &02 North
Peorln, nt 4-J0 o'clock Ibis after
noon tllirlnl will bo In HohcIiIII
The funeral of Samuel Day Mc
Cartney, 68 years of ago, who died
at the residence, Sixteenth and
IhwIs, will lake place from the
Mowbray undertaking chapel nt 2
o'clock this afternoon, tlurlal will
bu In HoHOhlll cemetery.
I'lllliVI'IIK.Y CLASS SOCIAIj.
r lnn' 1 I' iw I n . T i r,
ritht ircih iiti r ru s, b.'
I hikW 'onil nay v Tile nary
wn hell In th" soml hail of ti
jtfrw churcfi, whi-'i vk-tts dC'irrtfci!
with blue birds
That's (iolng .Some.
Wo have to ndmlt that boishevlsm
Is good for something If It ha suc
ceeded In putting Alex llflrkman to
work -Columbia Record
N'lip Yrr Party of Young Women
Well Attended Y(-lcrda.
miring the leiip year socinl which
50 members nnd friends of ltfio Plill.
ntlieu claHH of the 1'lrnt Chrlsilan
chnroh enjoyed wmerdiv evening,
i .K it niri was asked lo write a to
poanl It rlime Tho wlnrlng rhynio
i n tin - "Have a heurt ,md don't
turn mo oVwn for you iro Hw bunt
BREAKS A COLD
IN A FEW HOURS
"Pn'pc'a Cold Compound" In
stantly Relieves Stuffi
ness and Distress,
Qon't stay stuffod-up! Quit blow
ing mid snuffling! A dose of "Pape's
Cold Compound" taken ovcry two
hours until three doses arc taken
usually breaks up a, severe cjld and
ends all grippe misery.
Tho very first doje Opens jour
c.OBged-up nofctrlls and 'he air
passages of the head, stops roue
running; relieves tho headache
dullnrw), feverlshness, sneezing,
soreness and stiffness.
"I'apo'cCoM Compound" is the
quickest surest relief known nnd
cost only u few cents at drug stores.
It acts without nssls'ance, tastes
nice, contains, no quinine Insist
upon l'ape's! Advt.
SAVE YOUR HAIR
Hurry. A Few Cents Stops
Hair Fnlliiifr and Doubles j
Its Beauty. i
Selected for vihitnp uxcellnnco of texture, evenness
of fat and lean, smoothness of skin, tbese choice pork
sides nru Bpecially trimmed, nnd Riven our patient,
exact curing and smokinp,.
The quality of the bacon ts enhunced by tlie appe
tizing, mildly-sweet llavor which is thus imparted.
Like all Wilson product!!, Wilson's Certified Bacon
is selected, handled nnd prepared with the same,
respect your own mother showa toward anything sho
prepares especially for you.
IjicmI nfflre. 21s On;
Inl .Nulloiinl llniik.
I'hnne 0ae 1170.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS
CALUMET GRIDDLE CAKES -golden
yellow, coated with toasty brown,
light and tender. No other griddle cakes can be so
delicious for the one reason that no other bak
ing powder is so good v
A llttlo "Danderlno" cools, cleanses
nnd makes tho feverish, Itchy scalp
soft and pliable: then thla stimu
lating tonic penetrates to tho famish
ed hair roota, rovltullzlng and Invig
orating every hair in the head", thue
stopping the hair fulling out, gat
ting thin, scruggty or fading.
After a few applications of "Dan
derlno" you seldom find a fallen hair
or a particle of' dandruff, betides
every hnlr shows more llfo. vigor,
brightness, color and thickness.
A few cents buys a bottle of de
lightful "Ii.mderlne" at any drug
or toilet counter Advt.
Look Into Your Attic!
You May Find
Look carefully before you
-decide thnt the furniture,
tools; toys, etc., up tKcre
nrt worn out they may
only look' shabby. A. coat
of varnish, paint or en
amel will probably make it look as good as ever.
All deterioration starts at the surface. Paint
and. varnish prevent rust and decay.
"Save the surface and you save all." Best of all.
"keep the furniture you now have in use in per
fect condition and prevent its being discarded,
Keep the woodwork intact; keep the floors
sound and perfect; keep the house free from
decay on the outside; keep metal parts -from
Use No. Gl Floor Varnish, Vitralitc, White
Enamel, Campbell Quality Paints, Johnson's
Floor Wax, Effccto Automobile Enamel.
firpronr with modern fucllltlex. Includ
ing X-Ilxy And Cllnlmi libomtory.
TRAIN1XC. SCHOOL I OU Nl'ltSKS
Ktfl 8. (Union. M 1)., K A C fl. l'ru.
U 11. Carlrton. M ti.. I.yllo Atlirrton.
M. I). Hmlilent I'tiynlrUni
West Ninth ami Jaiknon Strt
Ixine. Distance Phone Osace 3910.
311 SOUTH BOSTON
IMiono Osage. 2r8-15113 1
"Let Us Decoralo Tour Home"
Ve(M POOO Zl&tr UI ILII MHB U hit Um
Makes Rtost PaSatablo and Sweetest of Foods
It is absolutely dependable. It is always the
same always superior always sure.
Its uniformity of quality its powerful, unfail
ing strength guarantee greatest baking success
You save when you buy it moderate in cost
You save wlien you use it has more than the
ordinary leavening strength, therefore you use less.
You save materials it is used with.
Produced in the biggest, most
modern and sanitary baking
powder factory in existence.
Contains only such ingredients
as have been officially approved
by U. S. Food Authorities.
Try it! Then yotfll quit looking for
something better because you'll
know from results from comparison
-that CALUMET lias no equal
in quality or in economy.
One can will convince
you. Order today!
Remember when you buy Calumet, you get a
full pound, if you want it. 16 not 12 ounces.
Friday & Saturday On ly
Just received a shipment of
the classiest suits that h ave
ever been shown in this c ity.
Every garment tailored by
the highest class manufac
turers in the country clach
style individual, and the mat
terns are snappy and beauti
ful. The price is tho feajturc
r ii-; . i ' i
oi una sine every suit n. uiu
gain and each price is unpar
alleled in its value giving.
Do not miss this sale 4-you
cannot afford to.
Men's and younir mon's new S
suits, values up to J30; r
prlco J) Ji7
Men's nnd younc men's
Hults, well tailored. Values
35; Spring Opening OOl
Men's and. younB mon'H
Hprln Suits; bolted and waist) lino
models; well made; values wp "
140; Spring Opening flJOr 0
Bale prlco tDi I (JU
Men's and young men's new rrios
Suits; best womtcd and sorgoi r"a
torlalj latest styles and well riiadi'.
values up to MSjSprlng Opening
prlco ... $32.50
Men's und young men's new Spring
Suits; best duality materials; well
tailored and suma wltn silk lin
ings; values up to $50; Spring
Men's and young men's now
Spring Suits; waist lino and belted
models; fancy silk lining; materi
als of the best serges, worsted or
wool mixtures; tho namo suits that
other stores ask 75 and S5 for:
Sale prlco .......
112-114 So. Main Street