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TULSA DAILY" WORLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920.,
W. C. T. U. LEADER
TO VISIT LONDON
jlrs. Hillennan Is to Be
Oitif in WnfWI'u Hnn.
) ventionin London.
SAILS LAST OF MARCH
Sapulpu Woman Will Be the)
Only Oklahoma Delegate
PuniLi for scndinir Mrs. Abble II.
Illllerman of Sapulpn, tato prcst
itnl of tho V. C. T. V., to the
world's W. C. T. V. convention In
London, England, on April ls-25,
have been raised, Mrs. A. 1U ItnliWo;
this city, tho stnte treasurer, An
nounced yesterday. Tho fundji were
contributed largely 1ty KrlcniU lof
the cause In Tulsa anil Creek
countlts ns nn expression of appre
ciation for the years of scrvlco
uhlcli Mrs. lllllerrnnn has given to
Oklahoma, Mrs. Huh! said. Mrs.
llillcrmun -will leavo Oklahoma for
the east March 20, sailing from Now
lork city Jiarch Hy on tho Cunard
liner, Tho Saxonla.
' Mm. Hillennan will' bo the only
reprofentatlvn frdm Oklahoma and
one of tibout -200 ireprv.sentntlvca
from tho United KtntcH nt the. con
vention, to whlfch 43 countries are
in cond delegates. The offlca of tin:
elate president of tno W. C. T. U.
of Oklahoma lias been held by Mrs.
Juilerman for 13 yrars an,d that of
a state officer for 20 years. She.
has also been a momber of the na
tional exocutlvo coinmltteo for tho
nasi la veors. Bhe han been In at
tendance at It national conventions
and at ono International convention
held In Urooklyn, N. Y In 1912.
The honor of being tho first
woman presidential elector In the
history of tho United, Hiaics wa.
conferred upon Mrs. Jllllcrman when
the was elected to tho presidential
electoral college- nt tho republican
ttato convention held in Oklahomn
City on February II. airs, miioi--man's
namn will go on Jhe national
republican ticket, belo.T that of the
republican nominee for president,
and aho will cast this stato's ballot
Jot the president. If Oklahoma goes
recabllcatt In Uio presidential oicc-
If- 11.4. fill
Cessions of tho world's W. 0. T.
U, convention aro to bo held in
Westminister hall In London, one
(Aslon taking; placo In historic
Westminister Abbey. Mrs. Hlllor
ir.n said white in Talw yrsterduy.
Total abstlncnco sermons will be
preached by virtually all of the
London churches on Sunday, April
II, tho day-upotl which the confer
ence opens. A roceptlon to tho dolo
wtcs by tho lord mayor of London
in scheduled for tho following dny
I and the countess of Carlisle, the
world president of tho organization,
irlll also give a roceptlon In her
cxstle during the convention, ac
cording to Mrs. Illllerman,
Yorld prohibition will tie tho
Mrs. Abltlu 11. lllllcniuin.
principal .tllcino for discission nnd
action nt tho convention, Mrs. Ill)
lerman declared. "1'lans will be
formulated to carry on u world
campaign and tho American organ
ization will lead In contributions ol
money and workers to carry to thn
lands over tho sens the samo blow
ing which wo ourselves are roalli
lng In national constitutional pfohi
billon." Kxti'iislvo tours of tho continent
may be taken by delegates nfloi
the convention, Mrs. Hillennan laid.
Mrs. Illllerman has not yet made
any pjana to lake ono of thesa trips.
RAILROAD BILL IS
SIGNED BY WILSON
OO.NTINCBD 1HOM PAOE ONE.
interest of tho railroad employes ru!
"Thi argument that tho public
representatives on tho labor board
will bo prejudiced acalnst labor be
cause drawn from, classes of Hoclety
antagonistic to labor, can nnd ousht
to bo overcome by Mclectlhir tnich
public representatives as cannot be
charged with any such prejudices.
Nor do I anticipate that tho pnibllc
representatives will bo nfmln.it wbro
Increases becatlso they lnvolvo rate
Incre.iHM. Not only nius't public rep
resentattvea bo selected who can be
Tolled upon to do Justice, but the Mil
Itself provides that jtho labor board
shall establish rates' nnd wages and
salaries which In 'the opinion of the
board aro 'Juut and reasonable' and
It Is further provided that tho entire
lalmr board shall be pnldod by the
very Important standards which nre
provided In tho law, those crtandnJ-ds
Including the wages paid for Hlmllar
kinds of work In other lifdustrles, the
relation between wanes nnd the coir
of living, the hazards of tho employ
ment, the training and skill required,
the degree of responsibility, tho char
acter and Irregularity of tho em
ployment, and tho correction of In
eminlltlea as tho result of provlntis
adjustments. Coniplod with the di
rection to the labor loard to take
into consideration theso tmportnnt
standards In the highly important
direction to tlio commission to pre
scribe rate sufficient to admit of tho
payment of thn rasonablo opetallng
expenses, Including of course, a fair
I rate of wnge.
"My hopes aro that tho putting
I I..,,. ..r. ,t.A l.m, l.nl.l Willi n
carefully selected board whose public
representative"! ran bo relied upon 'to
be fair lo labor and Co apprlato the
niilnl of view of lulxir thnt it is no
I i longer to bo considered as a mere.
commodity, will mark tno pcgmning
of n new era of better understanding
iotween the railroad managemeiitu
nnd their employes, nnn win iiirnisii
addlrionnl HifeRUnrdfl lo tho Just In-1
teresut of railroad labor.
"I am sure that every nireney
which will be Involved tit- tho crea
tion of the labor board and lu tho
conduct of negotiations fully appre
ciates that tho wngo demands nro
entitled to thn enrllest possible con
sideration nnd illfpo'il lon end there-
foro I do not anticipate druv in tne
nppolntment and organization f
labor board or in tho other ncceffsary
lnvi-Ktlnrr Mr. Itlnes Willi tho pow
ers granted to tho president by thoi
bill. Mr, Wilson made omkexceptlon, !
The president will, lijmsolf, later
nunie tno agenx or oKency oi um
government ngnlnst whom suit may
bo brought to mllsfy elaltns arising
out of government control of tho
railroad" us proWdod In section 106
of tho net. '
At 12.01 n. m. Monday tho gov
ernment will hnnd over to their
owners 240,000 miles of mahl line
railroad and .terminals nnd "equip
ment valued at approximate.!- 20,
000.000.000 over which Us direct
authority has been extended Hlncn
December 28, 191".
Tlio proportion wll go bark, leav
ing the government with n deficit of
(TIC, 000,000 for Its 26 montlm of op
eration, lint whlb) tho deficit up
poarudjarge. ''federal operation has
cost the' public considerably less un
der the conditions, through rntiis nnd
tnxrs, that would have been tho caso
under prlvuto control," Director
Oencrrfl nines declared in a resume
of government control.
Mr. Hlnes believed thnt both tho
nation nnd rfillroads gained bene
fits of a lasting character from the
period of unified operation. In lid
dltlon to betterments which be be
lieved hnd been accomplished, Mr.
nines said tho rail lines were In rf
position to better oporalo their prop
erties and to Improve facilities. Ills
statement nlso dealt with results di
rectly obtained through operating
the reads ns a unit. "It made! prac
ticable a war transportation Kervlc
which could not otherwlso havo been
obtnlned," ho said.
Answering directly assertion that
tho roads would bo rolurned
"wrecked," Mr. Ulnos "declared they
would bo restored In n condition
which "compares favorably" wjth
that In which they wero taken over
and In his opinion in better shapo to
meet demands upon them than they
would havo been after two years un
der prlvnto management. Tho ad
ministration, he said, hud made ev
ery effort to observe the contractural
obligation to maintain the properties
in substantially as good condition as
It received them. lie pointed to
thp expenditures of approximately
Jl. 200, 000, 000 for Improvements, and
rebuilding us proof of this.
Tlio government bought for the
roads a total of 100,000 freight cars
and 1,330 locomotives. While this is
below normal purchases for a llko
(Dedlcaled to Charles Hj- Ilennett. of th First Dlvlxlnn. Wljo Died of
Wounds llfvelvi'd in Action lit Kolssnns.)
"We'd lke ft little gllmpso of home," , ,
lie wrote, thplirothi'r of my heiill,
Who will no conio from I'rani'e, ' ,
'IVilt still with smiles we spend tho dy, '
And let the Irrnrh cull when it may.
It Is n glorious clmnce."
(). ye who give no precious loll,
, ' And bring e'en gold In grudging hand, v .
To coffers of the free. ' V
Jlow run ye know tne bitter prlco, .
z Thn coin of utter sacrifice
Souio pay for such as ye I 1
They elweil the door on many a dream.
They norted iung hearts of fresh desire
To meet tho grisly for- v
, And y.e whn know tho longer pain,
Whose heroes will not comn again,
Wo full oblation know!
- Mary Jnno Hennett.
(Thccn ess by Mb ilennett, of thn Tula"tilgh school faculty, ap
peared in thn Detroit Tree l'ress during tlm but Victory loan drive and
Intor In tho Kansus Magazine, attracting; much f.ivorablo comment.)
I tMn Hennlor llUrhooek nnfl tho
, mild reservation republicans with
whom li h.ii worked for many
weeks for a compromise, was
brought to nn open hrem-h diirlliK
the days' debate. Ill sharp clashes
with Henntnrs Kcllnggi Minnesota,
and Ilirool, Wisconsin, both nf the
mild reservation group, tho iletno
crntlo lender declared that while ,
they had posed ns friends of the
ticiity, they had worked by "enn-
temptibln" means to lino up the re-
inibllcans for deslroylng reserva
Hennlor Hitchcock ' nlso charged
that Meiialor Kellogg had conspired
lo "help" pack the foreign relations'
committee with enemies of the,
treaty, nn nesertkm which drew n
healed denial from (lie Minnesota
senator, lie said ho had wanted rati
fication from the first and added
that while he coiigratulaled" Ken-
ntors Hitchcock anil llorah on "their'
new nlllauri)" ho could not wish
here less worthy Machines
have not keen welcome
period, It was explained that physi
cal Inability Iji oblaJii (Mi;lpment be
caliso of thn exigencies of war was
tho only reason the. normal pur
chases wero not made.
THE more people know about furniture,
the ,morc delighted they are with the
New Edison. Lady Randolph Churchill, the
international authority on period furniture,
t rites from London:
1 "MrEdlm'adelgnrnhaTriuccreded In putfint
ht character nd f eeUnt of th Ix4t Prli into
'Mr Phonograph Oimi. Th Urful and
ar-Ltie ppxluctlana will riuu Mr. .dln'i Ntw
rhoootrapb la t rrrrltrd In many houi bi
h worthy mschlAta bar not been wtlcotna
Come in and see these cabinets that draw
tuch praise from overseas. We show seven- ,
teen different designs, priced from 3167.50
upward, each cabinet an adaptation or re
production of some famous old-worM piece.
We make it easy for you to acquire the
cabinet your heart! desires. We'll pert it into
your home right away, and let you arrange .
the payments to suit your own convenience.
Good Dental Work
If jour leelli need repairing, rome to thli of
ficio whero thn work can bo done qub kiy nnd
absolutely gimrnnlccd to give Hitlsf.K-tlon one
office Is equipped wltji every devlto that will
mid lo Its ufflrieury mid Hailllatlon.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH, CROWNS )
done In thli offlro havo tho plenslni: npeprr
slice of natural teeth, arc guaranteed us lo quality ami workmanship
Dr. McCanns Dental Parlors
liciitJctiuiuly 0irrulirv liily Atlcnilant
l;.AMINATIt).V A.IISOI.I ti;i,y riu;i:
llij Soulli .Mnln Si. Oier MimIcI 'lollilcn I'liouo l.t.l'J Tuhi
()'n IJirnliiKN 'tat II M SiiniliijH, II to I p. in.
ARE FAST FADING
ooNTtvuKi) raoii r.vnr. onk.
morn marked during the day's con
ferences and In some quarters It was
intimated that they hnd heard ngntn
from tho whlto house tegardlng nr
tlelo 10, yhe jiarty leader, Kennlnr
Hitchcock of Nehrnskn, sabl no new
eniiimunlratlon on thn subject Jm
come through hlhi, but added Hint ho
hnd no reason lo believe tho presi
dent hud changed his mind.
As ono result of tho sltunllon tho
ndihlnlstratlnn forfes nnd tho irrritj.
oncllables, who have ben nrcll en"
emles thruiighniit the long treaty
controversy, havn been thrown to
golhor In common Inlerest nnd Ibelr
loiuleis nre understood to lun'o
agreed to kep hrrlose touch during
next week's maneuvering They did
so today, .Senator Hitchcock and
llorah, republican of Idaho, n lender
among tho Irreconcilable, group,
holding frequent consultations.
- In the same wny the break be.
fHEVER CMPE CR SICKLEN
ia?uu.-i-cA v-y vUTKX Headache, Biliousness
For A Real Appetizing
these brisk mornings, eat Perfect Cream Doughnuts and drink
Boston- Blend Coffee. The combination will delighyou.
Jf you eat your breakfast downtown, go to one of our doughnut
shops, corner Third and Boulder or 214 South Boston, where
we have quick, comfortable table service.
For the home we feature Perfect Cream Doughnuts in half and
dozen lots, and our Boston Blend Coffee (the best there is) in
TRY T HUM
Original Doughnut Shop
Corner Third and Boulder
?jVrvrv'?i'l '71 !
THE BEST AUTO' SHOW IN THE BEST
CITY IN THE UNITED STATES
Opens Monday tomorrow, continuing throughout the week. The Chicago, St.
Louis and Kansas City Auto Shows rank no higher than the Tulsa Show, which
the Automobile Association presents here this week. All the new 1920 models
will be on exhibition and every loyal Tulsan should make an effort to make this
show a wonderful success.
M USIC ENTER TA INMENT VA UDE VILLE
Be there with your friends all this week
ecurity State Bank
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