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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, FEbUUAHY, 27, 1920.
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DEFENDS KEEPING
TURKS IN EUROPE
Lloyd Oorju' Say.- It Wasi
Necessary in Order to
Pacify India. ,
BREAK RUSS TREATY
Agreement to (live Ooimtunti
noplo to Kimsirt Is Not
Now liff active.
1..I'.. P-h I Tho ilenlWon
i i)t to "UO' Turhiy Irom ''iiimtan
ilnoplp wan rem lii-il liy III Hilled
miprenii- oouncll i.nly afirr Inn ion
l.lemllnll of till' dlffie i!UM in 1 1
Turklnli H.huoDnn. Itet.ilw Mewl
li'urrn ili'dnnil in thntHiuan of nim
iiioiin today Wii'ii lh iuiittiti i'f
I hp future nf TMrkey wwt ttrmiiht
up for iIhIihk 'i'ht in lnn nald Dm
premier wo a li'ismo'i nf lidviiri
MKn null dUMilvauUitP Mid II it
iilmn Oil li.iljiiire ii.i. I after v1kIi
Iiik eiiri'tkilly I hi- uruiimeiilw irn iind
mi llinl I) mint 1 1 nnrliiiled .hu..
mi llir whole i lie netlpr etiiiw tor
iirll)i'Vlnu flic lonimnll I'llil WHM l'i
iptnln tin- Turk In the cap, Ml nf Die
I iifiilinriiN. .
Itefcriturt In Ihr nifioernent made
early In Dm wHr iindir which IIumh.ii
wa tn nlitnln OiiiH.Miitlnniili'. Mr
l.lnyil (icuruo mlil Ui l ajfreement
hit (I elided, hi fur im Htm-iW KM i-n"
periled, hy I h revolution of IUI7 and
Hit' iinr of llreat Utovk. Hi- if
Iterated III pledge Dim! lhe woillil
hu "different porier t thi' RHleM."
liutti'Vor. Il would Ih Ihi' height nf
folly MKIllll In IrllML thi' giiiirilUilifthili
if those, who hid betrayed thi-li
mini. In- ilei-l.it ed, uinl iii'Vi'i' in; Mil
wnulil Ihrifu Kuin ht' i limt'il by the
Turku III Ihi' fare nf Hrlllh nIiIim
TIi iiri'iiili'i inferied In thi- "per
fectly ili'llhcrali' iiIimIkp" Riven hy Dip
IItMhIi ftnvui iiini'lit In ,)uuunry, ) t N,
hi which il wu nmi'i-lpil that (lrnt
llrltalti wn not f.RhtliiR to deprive
Hip Turk of Cuustnulliiuple. hut "lo
have tlin trnltn IwIiir tniitriiartnnul
txftl nml noiilriiiUeil," and ho ri
marked patenthienlly DiuL Oil was
wliht would Iip tloim wHh the Htrnit.
This pledge, he iimiIhIiiiiI. wa mil
mi offer In thn TurliK of thn (ler
iiiniiH. hut wiih made to rnuwuiro the
: "hk ! .hIi peop) mul the , Mnhnmme
dans nf India. I In pointed nut thut
Irt'.il Mrllnln w-.i Hip nreiitt Mo-I'llllilllt-d.lll
power III Hip wurhl (tint
ihut iin ii result of the Rovernment'
-tnlonienl nf li wnr ulnm. there Im
lippii (in Iticrpimo In recrultltiR In
Imllii lit n llniu when 1 3 runt llrltntn
vvii fi mukltiR a npecl.il effort to nilai'
ii Jilltlonnl trouis.
Tim Influcno wliloli Un ilei'liloil
Hip poaco ccuifrrpiipc to retnln thn
l'urk"i In Cnnt(intlnoilo. the iiri-mlcr
cotitlniiMl. Ii.nl roini) from liulln.
Thn two pi'ilca (li'loirntrs nf llitllu lit
IMiIn. m.'ltlipr of whom! wiih n Mo
liuiiiiiicil.ui, hnd ilpclari'ir that unli'-in
iho iilllc rotnlni'il thn Turk In Con
Htanllnoik' thrli- ncllnn 'wouhl Iip rn
niirili'il na n xrotn hrmch of fultli on
'ho linrl of Dip IIiIIIhIi Ptuiilrp. the
prpinlpr Infortuqil Dm linup.
Without Dip iilil nf Itulln, Mr
l.Ioyd Clporisp imintnl out. Turkey
woulil not linvc bvun cuiuiuproil nnil
nuthlnc con lit hit morn iIiihiirImk
in llrlllnh pri'nllRii In Ana thin Dip
rrplliiK Dint Or tut llrl.alu tl 111 not
uppp Iiit word. Hp priunliiril. hnw
ppr, Dint wIipii Dm tPrniu of M)p'i-'p
vrrp illlOHPd Dioy woulil ho found
dnmtln, oniniKh to Katufy Turltey'M
iiltloriul foe.
Vice-President's Adopted Son,
MorrisonMarshcdl,Dies at Capital
NINE GET OIL ESTATE
CiiiikIih I.MnlilMi KIkIU In l'rhprl)
t I. eft hi I'riKlilPMl or Mnnihird Oil
(Viiiimiii)' nf IiiiIIiiiiii.
t'MICAUD, KpI' 2(! Mn ppr-
H"ni todiiy hml pxtiihlUihRil Diplr
lU-lil hh hlr lo Hlmrp In the I3.00U.
1 uu iwUttp nf W 1 1 1 1 ri ii i I1 Comm.
former pri.lili'lit of tin) HUndurd OH
' nmpiiiiy of Inilianii. who illi'il
inieHtHte nl hi (nun try homo ut
Wheuton. Ill, In I HI 8. The linlm. nil ,
i oiikIii. will rereUe nppinxttniitrly
I'.'llD.liOi) piu'Ii. 'I'Iip yminKet heir l
II. the nldwt 90. They hip: WIIIIii.ii
H.mtnn, KhkIp. .Mlrh : Wuller Huxioti, 1
WniiroilMtii, Mli'li.; ('hurlo Huxtnu.'
KIkIp. MIpIi.; Mr. Cnnilliie Sttxlon
Hurl, (Irund LrdKe,' Mlch-i Air. II.
It, t'olliy, Cinllliic, Mlrh.; .tinlnon I
I'help. Dptrolt. .Mich., Henry II.I
illwell, (llovemvlllp, N Y ; Wllllum 1
l Hllltwell. HprlnKfleld Mil . audi
' lirifi iit liiu nf Mtk HpIiiii lliidhnlt.
rivmouth s v wtv year LEASES NOT EASY TO GET l,f,,n.n ,"t.M;!icn,Lon. K.cl'lr.yi tUl."' !r.,,f 'h,nt w!," ,h" k
old when llo died u few wick nK ''. v., .;"" i'" iur r n- ,
Mr I nwiin. It ilnvelniied at till . T . .. . iiB -i8e yrivr-.
he.ir.ms. w.ik Die only thil.l. the koii f.nni. .Annniini Mi-m Ati) lent I mi lay by tho lireildeiit
nf 11 ddler nf ( li'w.nn. Ohio. Old I I nilcr .Vow lllll .Not Stifflclpnt, Proven oil lnnds of the irovern-
wlll iind ri'Pord. oiiip il.Uintr lmrk i H'ASIUN'OTOV. IVb 20. I-lflp. nient or larwely covered by clfi4m
to ISM. were nulimltli'il to the cmiri or urmt valup un proven oil lands I wlili'lt must ho nd;iited tierore Mich
to iwIiiIiMkIi Dip i lnimiiiitM' rlRht. mrt not to hn held by Din meru fllltiK lundi can he lesiped, Mr. Ijinc Vald.
land ejscvpt undnr ti
or vy permit it win im i
tlvn bidding, ample ni", v
will ro Riven.
HnnnU Opllinl? Aiht
PROFIT ON SHOES IS FIXED
Oklahoma DhiUtm Say 'llilril .fiil
lln Oalncil lo Mn) III 1ucIiipk'.-
OAl.l.AK. Tpxh IVIi. 2l. - Thlrt
Diree and nne-Dilrtl pi-r rent Rro
profit I nerPMiury for retail nhne
di'iiler If they ure to rnnllrnle In
hiilnei. uri'iirdliii,' lo it rpfiOltlDull
.Mlopled today 1-v Iho Tpn.i. .Oklit
honiK and I.oulJilnna lletall Hhoe
Opiilnni' HBKoelatlou In convention
here.
The loefiliitlnii L to he prpfpnted
to the federal ilet'arliiinnt nf JiiHtlce
.it a ntiiti;ment of rofltH nerenry
for Mine dealer. It wax declared Ihi
t-rohM profit would insure an iiVcriiKe
net profit nf B per cent
IF
W AsllINOTON I'rh 2 IjI'Mc '
.1 sear n! I Mi.rr.Min Mur.-hn i nd.ipl
ed Him nf ii c rre.ldi nt and Mm.
.Mun.hu 1 1 dud lit I j o' lurk till
mornlm; aft. ' an lllnefa of ntviral.
da
l.iille Mrrlou MarKhall wa never
teR.illy iidop'i'il by Dm vice iirpuldent. ,
nllhotiKli hp 1 in h hepfi a member of
Dip fii:iill for in tiro tliiin two yuar.
Tim mm of an nhpurp family, lit
tle I'larrnre IkuIIiih MnrrlHim attrncl
pil the attpiitlon of Mr. MuihIiiiII
wIipii III mother brouitht him In dint
kllehen III whleh t tin wife nf the vlee
preMlili'iit wa IntenntPil. Mr. Mar
ehall lipramp mostly ntiarhml to the
little chap imd freiiuputly borrowed
BREWERS OUT OF POLITICS!
DclcKiilr nt Mlantlc t'llv lMit"
Httitoiticnt on Tlielr Stand.
A.TINTIf' C1TV. N. .1., IVb. 2C -
I'Vitir hundred doleiwiie attendliitc
Din eiinfcrenrp of Die I'lilled 8latei
HroweiH' itwtiH latloii. hxilIi Imk for 'JO
Pr cent of the enpltnl mini 9t ppr
cent nf Die output of iHvr In the
nation, declared today In u Hliitement
they were out nf polltlCH,
"Wo are uiit(uf polltlm mllroly,"
IIpnIi lli-i'lii'lpil,
ST. I.OUIH, Fob. 20. U. '. Hull.
l eniiutal dlipctur of rallrimdH fur tho
ii'litliwect, and all iiffleer, with thu
exception of ( 10, IVrklns, who
maimtceit thn MlfHnurl INvelflii Junt
'ruviouH 1 to Rovoriilueiil pontrol,
werp re-elpcti-d at tho aiininl tileo-
Don nf oftteora In Nw York today.,
i'. announced.
I'or That fllll.I.V r'llnr
Take Druvp' TiiKtelcen C'1111,1. Tonio
It Warms Die llndy by I'urlfyliiR and
I'n-lohliiR Die plotul Yim etui noon
feel ltn StieiitrthPnliu; InklguriitliiK"
Ilffeel I'rlee 0c Atht
Flu and Colds
How They Can
Be Prevented
Sleep Well Eat Wisely Ex
crciao Regularly A void
Person Having Cold a
Don't Worry
Keep Air Passages Clear
Inflamed Air Passages Make
Ideal Breeding Grounds
for Flu Germs.
lilm nnd look Mm lo tho Marshall
lite In a hotel hi'ie. The' Ice preel
di'M became treint'tidouHly fond of
llttln f larencp and muno' two youth
M ko Dip in nib I" of the I'll lid lonxi'llt
ed to lis Indni; taken lulu Iho Mar
hIiiiII fa in 1 1 v n order Mutt thn
mother mlk'ht be near the child, Mr.
Mitrxliiill nfciireil Ptnploynipnt for
Iter In Din lintel where little Morrl
on lived with the vlre preHlilent.
In their hotel iipart-.upnl hi're the
vice prcHldeut and hi wife had a
Hpeclnt . llltuhenetto lllMtalled, il
trulned niirno wiih kIvpii rhnrRe !f
Morrlnou and he became famoiiM a
one of the muut lmmU'iuie biihle In
WimhlnKtoii.
explained tho tnteuput. "Onco we
were forced Into Dip polltlr.il field,
but wp hnvo ivinrlildcd to iivoht cil-
pp.nir il iiRiiin
Have Us
Show
You
Hefore you buy your
now Spring Suit, vis
it this store nnd sec
the real values we
are offering. A, large
selection of patterns,
nifty and conserva
tive styles and we
will fit you in the suit
you choose for our
range of sizes is complete.
mm,
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN
11
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5
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MALLINSONy
ta&hJQ
--at Vandevers
rred DidIiI
Klth Stirkhomt
DANIEL &
STACKHOUSE
Insurance
l'ltt md Tornado Automobllo
nur!ry Acclitmt ind
l'Utt all s Ilealtti
Oomjin"lWn
l uln it? inn !irrty llonni
I'hoim Colli Vli 4i Miyo Hide
CxilwiUWUI mk Y.r tUlr Lane,
FOR
KINKY HAIR
'Ktfry rmn ran
hlv nif. Ion hiP
iMi May tiUUrt "Mr
iii I ! gruwn q
Inrhra on hy Uinn
- .....,iu.f..i
rurirtirn mimiur
tAtLtPIIU POMADE
..TirTMii rour I'tlr uniij IP "ft M
So. " rnni"Jrulf, f.rt lh.
ti e( tbi ktlr wl bm II (row I" rt
ll.
olnlmVul lor drk. ..Vlow .klu. t.eU lo
liMlunil oMklu ltoublr4.
riIUOFEACIIUtHSTAHrS OR COIN
aocnt wnrro tVIIIVWHHH
Writ rrrtll'
EXELOiTO MEDICINE CO., Atlanta, 6a.
i imifTfr"'""
l lil Tills Ver Is .Milder.
Whllo wo linow very llttlo more
about Die flu imv than wn did last
year the Rer.ui ItM'lf hu never bpeti
pimlilVely Idi ntlfled xtlll mutt au
thorities nuree that tho flu Ronus
liro b'tiithod In. if tho HyHtem 1 lh
good I'luipn and tho momhruuo or
UlllllK of the all' pUhKaRcs 1h lu
healthy -nndltlon thenii Rernm ute
thrown off.
A Rood plan I to melt a llttJn
Vlck'a 'aii 1 u Ii In a npoun nl,-ni
and liioruliiR. ami Inhale the vaPo.-N.
also apply a little up the nostril
kowt-U lime n tiny, eniwlally Junt
bufure beliiB uxpnsed to crowds.
Treat All Colds I'rninptl).
Above nil, keep fren from oolds,
as (silds Irritate the ItuliiR of Di air
piitisaic and make them psil bieed
Iur Rrnund for Rurm. l'rompt uo
ut Vlrk".s V,itMlliib aids In prevent.
I'i ctdda. Kit hail txild', tore
thro.i'. or huarHcnciut, rub Vluk' well
over the throat and cheat and cover
with a varni flannel eleth. I'or deep
chiHt poldr, Hovoro nre throiu or
bronchitis, hot wet towuLs nhoulrt
first be npplleil tn Dip throat, chet
and back iH'twvvn the idioiitdt'i
b lades t open the porea. Then
Vlek Mhould be rubbed tn over the
part .mill the hKIii Im rod spread
on, thickly and covered With two
iiilolnesse of hot flannel cloth,
'.pave Die cIoDiIiir Ioomi around tho
ms'k, ho Dm vapor, reliiixfil by the
body heat, may be freely Inhaled.
Three tapor. Inhaled with each
lueaOi, carry Din medle.itlon direct
h to thn lung and air patm,iKeH. At
ltn- Miiif llmo Vlok' Is absorbed
I ru i. ul stimulate:! thn skin, lliun
iiulinw to relievo the cnnsestlon
wlth'.n
I i m in i.Mriiiai i rtviiiiient iur ctiiu-
liurt'ii'.iiiK.
I irlv s apnltuli Im .Hip discovery
, r a North I'urollna driiKitUt who
t i...... ....... I. i.t. i . ...ii .. r,.i
i" si miutril i hiir tented lemedle
'.nii'lior Meuthnl - I?ucuI)PU1n
IVimii. etc n that when Dm unlio
. , l llt',1 to the body hi'.it. tluvi
t- -re llents are liberated In the form
' -por
' i. s In jiai tlcularl) recmmenil-
l for oh'lldren' croup or colds,
It Is externally applied nnd
therefore can bo u'd freely and'
fien wIDiout the Hllichteut liai mful
effecLs.
Tb- bent evlJt'iicp of the Millln of
VIcK's Is the teadlly lnereai.lue
iMiniber of poople who hive been
enlivened to tho uko of thla "ou'-
H'lli,' t 'p&ttnf.nt
IleirmnlnR with the cudtomor of a
eiiiill lelail ttiUR Blore, tho uhe' of
Melts lum Brown join- by year
state U .tat until now num. than
17 r.'1 n Jar are used annually.
Vm-i . ir. spite of the met that
tk- i-i a new form of treatment
to run folk In the north and went
lick's .'ill bo Imd at all ilruKKi.siH In
Dire... sle. 30c. t,0r :0 ..Ajyt
i
The Latest Ideas
for -
I
Young Men
IF you want to know all about what the
new styles are and what the new
fabrics and colors are for young men'
this spring see our windows, or better
still, try on some of the new models
here from Stratford. You'll find a great
deal to interest you either .way.
THE model illustrated is a verysmart
style for young fellows of 18 to 40
or 50 years.. A one-button coat with' slant
ing welt pockets, narrow soft roll lapels,
snug fitting waist and no vent. It's here
in all the new light shades at $50 up.
ANOTHER very smart model is a
two-button double breaster, 6ne
button to button, extremo. fitted waist,
wide lapels and boll sleeves. Here, in
lliland Heathers, flannels, Puritan and
Stillwater worsteds in new light shades
at $G5 up. Many othc'r'styles that you
ought to sec now. j
They're Here
New suit designs for men
and young men smart and
exclusive. Tailored in finest
fabrics of all-wool. They are
Stein-Bloch clothes famous
for style, for quality, for long
wear.
$35, $40, $50 to $85
"Qiv&airv aL Fourth
I
S I B r
X3
Ar f A t- tlr -vr
--f
fjrothers
I1
Ml
I
mm" P
1 1 llllyBlSi'!
Ihe delicious flavor and fra
grance of good coffee come from
a delicate coffee-oil that escapes
rapidly when exposed to the air.
H & K Vacuum Packed Coffee
is packed under vacuum pres
sure by our special process the
moment it comes from the
roasters. Air can't reach it until
you open the can. You get all
that oil-of-flavor. H & K Vac
uum Packed Coffee is richer and
fuller-flavored than any other
coffee on the market because it
is vacuum packed. It's perfectly
blended and it comes in pulver
ized, steel cut, and in the whole
bean. Always fresh and delicious
as if roasted in your own kitchen.
Get it from your dealer
or writo us
HANLEY & KINSELLA
COFFEE & SPICE CO.
St. Louis
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