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TUI.SA DAILY WORLD, . l URDAY, APRIL 8, 1920
ROW DEVELOPS
ON DEPORTATION
Handling of Cases bj
Labor Department
is Under Fire.
EVIDENCE IS EXAMINED
Post Dental Houm Coromlttw
Rttnovti it--Questioning
of Marttfu Ii RtfUMd,
trJMMlNUTON April Aim
lirr f arv PP 'Irim t lo'l.i v ttlpl
thft hoi)r miftjK-.lUnn n I Ml H I '
h tnki-n p.-nnrrhlofi nf rl.lti
thr r' "f fin if 1 1 I nf iilu-im rr
OMtty pFtfprp4 tfpofid nii puppp
itrn!y rrlrnard. a ihhhhiik i I
Ipftpy by '"httlfmnn JphftPPP if Hi
hpua rommll ton
Mr POtl Hnld Unit without limb
In ny prr IniiM fptJVPPti ltlP PfW
mlttrr. hi tunt'intitl h v thf hOUM
pPUPpplPt prnp, pppppfp4 'it ih
i1'lnr(tiiPiit f Hlr-ri)nv aiiil ,iK--t I '
li the pvltpnoi Hf lold ihPftv hp
antrl fhnt Ihl dPPPfl im ni win i hi "
IMnti with Ippfn n IhPlff pppmlnp
t loii nf thf ilfir 11 mm' ii i h tt'lJtllhK tO thfl
pJlPPP. Thr ppprptpry pddp4 tftlPl IP
rnnflrm thin PPrbftl fciminnt h
hurt written r formal PttPI RPB
rttfritiitivn JphrtPPn Thi i omtnM
tfr ( h iirninn in hi ppiiounopmrii
A.. . Mid the PV 14 PAPA h.irt PPl
pppp rPmpvpd ft" thi dppprtffipnt'i
ftlpp, but (hut it bftd pppp pled in
iii' ii it i uf ii puppoinntlttPt "i"
ppptf W hllDMlf nd RppTPPPPl i
tlvpa vmir of 'Olormdo Mid Bphpf
nf Otlifornt. Mr Jphnpon Mid 11
wm ihp Imp 'f tha pemmittop Ihpl
In vlrw of I he fPOllltlM OlfPNl bj
AraiiiK HnTftry Pppl It WPUld PPl
h npcppwry IP rpniPi from I bp
dppprtinpnl of Mbpr pity fllpp rPli
live to ili'pnrt.itlno imtltcm
Hrrrrliirv I 'nut hhIiI
Tiu pominiupp l" If ltlP ppPlttOft
of a Httll who porn Into .i IIIm in
to rrMt hooka "
Thf commit tPf whirh li BrOMPd
InK uoilrr PMttlPf Ity Pi ltlp BPtfPP IP
tn --;;. Ir IHfllrnl PgttPtlPfl With H
lrw to HtrriiKthi-tilnK PPlPtini IPW
U i f pi PPPPjtPfl M PPltlP dlppptlpflpd
Wllh tho RIpJinPT I" Wlilh llin d
pprtmpnl pf iiihor hpjp bpndlpd th
rnMPN pf MVPfftl hundfpd pi lit
:', fioft mtd ninr pprnntiM iifri'Mtr'd In
rhc rPOPHl rpldi hy ittp dppprtmPttl
ft tapj rr bPPjdQUPrtPrp and lOPPil
of lltP Ituitfo.irt ( on i in ii ii 1m( party.
'halrniHM Jnhnaon h unnounrod
Unit PVldPnOi KPi PPPfl ohi.ti I
w hi h ' oiivinPM ihp ppmmlttpp t tt.it
thr I W. WJ an- plttpd With thr- Spiff
munlatp pud thnt thpy ihould bp da
ppftPd undfr t h a ruling p BPCretftf)
(r Lftbpr witaon thut thr opmmunlpl
ormanUuttlpn Ii put whlob pdvocplpa
h pvprthroW or ihp UnHPd BtPtM
pjppprnmpnl by fpfpi Tbi dpppti
nirnt nf JiihiI' 1 U all knntin to hi
rllnRMthifird wli h thr IMRPPr In
Which the dfpAttnPAt of lahur hftl
prppppdpd i" I hi dpporUttlpn wpi
th n(H hut fuittet of f lei ti la i if of r tp
dlpoupp ii mPttPr. Whfn 4 rppr
ppntPtlyc p( ' ,i di pprtifipnl f Jup
tir Hpitrrd l. ii wrrk at thP pM
llniinarv hearing on Iho dPpPrtl
Hon phprffpo ii a.r.t Ludwlpr C. U
ifftftpfMh thi Rupslpn ppvIpi iihi
In thin rnunti y, hihor depart nir n t f
fi' iiN would tmt pornut him IP
PjUP a I Ion Marten
GETS LIFE TERM IN PRISON
I
J. i: Marnliiill of rii-h. Mis.,
t'ouiiil Goltty III Munh'i- i'nt
TUPftLOi Mlaa.. April I - .1 II
MarfhuM. futhrr of ChprlPJ Mar
shall today wna found guilty of ha
inn Open pn ppppppory bpforp iht fpol
to thv kiiitiiK of Wimi. r i Bur
lryi Mltlrr. Infunt vii-tlin of Dm
fiuiidriiph- HMirdrr pi I hp Mlllpr
fii mhPUM nPpf Areory Jpjiupti i I
I Hat. and for WhOPP tolirdr ChPflPJ
M iKhatl hiin bPPP MAlPPPPd to pp
bPMiPTP4L Tho M'ldti I of Ihr jm in
thr ppM of thr rider IdRrpttpll PPI
Hpd with M a Itfp MPtPPOl In thr
ppnltpnUpri
Thr pppp w ,t i-. rti to I hr Jurv
PhPHly bpfoM noon pod vprdlpi
litidlntf thr : man pullty wai ir
t nrned in ahout two hnura.
GOOD GROCER
GOOD MEDICINE
An Jast NTashvi!Io Grocer
Savs He Mas I ted Black
Draught for Vi'ars, When
e it Troubled v it h
Torpid Liver.
fiaat rfpphyiHp 'IVnii "Von itk
P4P ahout BlPOb OfftUPthl It Ii
without doubt h boot iivpr mpdl
MM niadr, and I don t bpllPVi I
PPPld pet aUiriK w ttltOUl it ." d
PlPTPd M r. W N" l"t POOP, MQpJttl)
ICf. Taraona, who t a PfPmlPPPt
ffroopf Mt "it North pfypt ptrppti
pjup turthpri "i t.Lki it (Btpob
Drpujrht) for potir ptpmpjf h qpp4
k hr( tail Iivpr, InitllPPllOH Plld all
other Iroublpp that are thn MwH pf
ri torpid Itvpr. i haw known nnd
uard It fr r ir.-, and r in ami do
highly rpconmpnd H lo pvpfi pop
I won t ho to bPd without it In the
it win do nil ii elpjnuj to do.
Ruin tot LmlHff
Under nr mi BUI
Approved Poynt
W ArtlllStiTirN April I
lliilea ami t rgulal Pfp guvrrnlnK
pfOppPCl mik for and Uli PttPlft
t imI rtPpOPfti, Uii'ler thP nil,
PPJll and mlnPfPjJ land iPPllAp hill.
ppri ppprovpd tod. iv by Upotp
ia hi; in nf Ihp Intprloi drpprt
no ii I Thr v prPVUIv for Iht dl
pQPttHWI Of a . I i Pp dPpOPlli
owppil h) rhi i nltod Htpti i
i il In i.. ith. rial PpHlP, mllltiirv
Of nprpl i M r v .i I o on a rid in thi
A ppa.hu him i fpfppt i PPPrVI
Known on I d'pnxilH uroh r th''
irKuliMf'to .Hi to hr dlVldPd lOtO
lpplnfl pr. ftp of not pflppallni
.' .i.n ppfpp ti and PUP perMO
01 POf POfPtlOfl may ho'd only Ofli
Ii UM in a Htatr, LjpPMI for Ihp
unlfi pfp i o i t- pffpfpd for rom
t t nit n blddlhi nt .i rayplt I fUat d
m pidvpm noi pa r i Hph flvi
ppntp pot ion pnd pwordod to thi
'prillflrd perrMin hlddio Ihr high
ppi bonus
Tin MCTPtPry of Ihp ln' lor Ip
uithnrltpd tp l i pnuintiptlnd
pprmlti to qu iiifn d - iftPt i In
pprch for unknown ft dopoplti
or to rxpiotr undpvoloppd Ipndi
ivlii'd' prrllrnlnirv w m k i iPOM
Mry to dptprmlnn thi pxlPtPnip t
wnrkpblllty or in- i!apiipii in
i 1 1 - thr pprpon holdlruj the
pprniM who find I workpfc
unpppltp, ion v ha vr t Ipppp p t he
royalty f I d p thr loin lot di
ppri tin tit
Thr ri-Kulatl'na M PppmvPd do
not applv t AlPPllPI tl d"
ppplti
heui
1 rin't ai niuuph tor It.''
Thedford'M I ll.irk I 'rauk'M pHlPSI
hn bern In t in ctnttl ul uir f-r m
than 70 yeara. la a in dlrlnr apr
Cjlpjly adapted to thr t rr.it put t of
many liver troubles. it has pfOVPd
helpful to thniiaunda and IhOUMndl
of pertfoms mjffrrlng front ptOfAPOh
and livrr totnp!aiutb, and should he
helpful tO uu.
Ulai k 1 naught Is caay to t il.o and
haft not thr bud iitpr-pffpclp, M
. von. m.. i. w itJi many mineral drua.
Muat good drugijiata Mil iLAdvt
DANIELS DENIES
ANTI-JAP REPORT
Secretary Declarei H'
Did N' Say Japan
Was Menace.
WABHINOT'IN, .r 1 1 I Chalf
man imik. of lh nt. "
fiiltirr mml" in.1, "I" " I'l'.'f
fr.itu H- m i li.ir... I-. il.-nxng "
ih,ii bubllahM In nwpipr
UmI lh . rfrtan n 1,1 '" ' ' ""
Mlitm v i ilvrda i ii .. lapM
in. 10 too UnHod mli
"I u m ' I 10 rll. n k.ii.1
Mi 1 1 . in. i .. "bo. i i Nj hi ii ibltoo
iiun convoyi 1 1. impronion dial la
calculated lo ai' : frlondly natloii
11 rt. i uf tho attlludo ol t . acro
itiiy i.f Iho nuy and y.in (joajllrtlt
it,., i i wh..iiv ul yariaiion aim
ih- Bjitltuda ur v oommlUoo and
1 1,.' n. I V dOpO I Ir .'Mt
i "l n. r. 1 1 tu iin- eommlrlao lhal
vr rolatloni nii mii nounlrlM on
trie Paclfli war moal fn ndlj and
! eordtaj mill thai i did noi b. lo
I ny nation manacod iho Ifnllod
siir mill i m onri ihid nourviry
would adopl no policy baood " i k.
anlatfonlam to anj powor in lto Pi
. in.
"I iuii Hiire Hi. it vim ami nil lh
I mornbofi .,i u,.- atnalo naval afraln
oomtnlltoo win rodrol a mlaloadlng
I pubttcatton lhal way b. mialn'tor
' iithi.'-i i. y inn fapojfloao i.nv and
Irtond
Mr Danldli appeared bo fori nm
.in, i, in. , m Moaatlvo ooaoion 10
iiikc 'i iir up iin iohh lo ofilnro naval
docking and ropali farllltl n Ihi
iHMlfM i oaal la tnool Iho noodd l
Ml, Hi, II' 'I fl"" Ik ' I ll' l
SCULPTOR UNDER ARREST
Him Vm Man Hold lot Brauil
Trralmotil of Ihnistttof
nkw VOItK. April . I'horaod
'Mlili .1,11 iiinl Inlri.n in ' i '-'..inrnl
I of ihm it wiir old daudhtoi Mlnnlo
1 j.iin flailandor, h r.. n ,,i in. t.''
h Halbinda, Ihi elay orulplor .im
arraljntod in Mpooblyn roort lo.
' Im .in. I li.'M In IV .'.'in lull f'.r ii
hoartni ktior Nriy ioo ooan woro
found n ib dlfl'o bojdy. Dlowiol
Atlnrnr l, (-. Haul
AffTdo i" fll 'i lUi Ui ooui i !
, .-,i ! . had -ii brandod i h Ijol
Ir.ino, ooaldod, otuoli wnti loo ptoai
bal limn Mini il.iiiiinu iir.-.JI.-", n.,.1
iii.ii hi. in. if in-r looth had boon
broken and Ikon pulloa out with
pllirn.
Lm l ."-lirlliK I'llit'"
ii u onnply in VHatiiy. la ,,f
Rnoar) cauaod by Impuro blood
onriVK'R TAWTBliKWi chill Tu.M''
rootoroo Vllalliy m.i Bnorn 'v in
t.fnt.u and K.irn hinK ino Blood
,,,, , 'ii, f. ! IM Htr. nalliHiilna.
Invlanrmtlno Bffoel Itc Advl
Men and
Young Men
Thli itori citeiM to
the man who likrs
eonMfvstivfl lit h-s
an wol I as to t ho frl-
o W who I i k i h
.' nappy. X I r ni
nt j ir. Wt ha t ha
tyle you waul ftt
the prui' you vant
to pa) .
I ( J 0U ha not pur-
chatdid your Eaivitor
tpparel, w certain
ly WOllld like to
how you.
Holmes Clothes Shop
22.1 SOUTH M.I
MEN
S3
TINS is to serve as a
reminder toyou that
tomorrow is
Easter Sunday
and if you have not al
ready purchased those
spring clothes awaiting
you at the
PLYMOUTH
CLOTHING COMPANY Jii
today is your last chance
before Easter.
TULSA. OKLA
ll'al.l C. Illl, ul 1l1rrlinl1iK)
BARKING DOGS
( SrAY WITH
I 1, Mi ! THe BU0GET
aafea II M I mseen au 1.
pm - W n
Barking Dogs can't scare Tulsa. The big accomplishments of the Hub
bard administration cannot be obscured by the magnifying of petty
trumped up issues.
Vote for Hubbard and Continued Progress
Easter hat fashions
np ) be sure of choosing tho right hat It's host to come
where there are none but the right stylos for the new sea
son. Even then you might k wrong If we didn't have hat men
who know as much about hats as you do about your own busi
ness. But that is the sort of men we have, and so you can be
sure of getting the righl hat here.
K
NOX for the men who want, the very finest hats
made. Stetsons for men who think them best. Other good
hats for men who want to pay a little less but still want good style
and quality. New shapes, new shades, new proportions, new
ideas in trimming and bands. See the hats today at $6 up.
Easter shirts
Manhattans arr the answer whrn you
ask for fine shirks here. Plenty of them
in fabrics, designs and colorings not soon
In others at any price. All si.os. all
sleeve lengths, of course.
Kino madras, percales, oxford cloths,
silk striped madras and others at 4 up.
Fibers at $6.50 up. Pure silks are $10
and up. Sec the shirts.
Easter ties
The latest .stylo in neckwear is the nar
row shape in both four-in-hand and bat
wintf ties. You'll find plenty of them
here now in silks, satins, silk knit and
other materials. Prices from $1 up.
Now styles in both soft and stiff collar--from
Arrow, Delpark and Manhattan.
Piques, madras, silks and striped silks.
50c up.
Easter gloves
New Kaster shades in gloves to wear
with formal or informal dress on Easter
Sunday and all the other occasions when
you are not correctly dressed without
them. Silk, chamois, kid and others,
Sl.'J-". up.
Walking sticks for men who want ever'
part of their Kaster apparel to be cor
rect. Fancy woods of many sorts at
anil up.
;;it'.
Easter hose
Interwoven silk hosiery is not surpassed
in quality, looks or service by any that
is made. Few are equal to it. New
shades for wear with the Easter Oxfords'
at 85c up. ( Khars to $.''.
Interwoven lisle and cotton hosiery in
black, white, palm beach, and many
other shades at 60c up. All sizes to 11'...
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