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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, APRIL in, 1020
AID FOR VESSELS
Business Men in Confer
ence at Washington'
Want (iovcrninont'n Ships
Transferred Help Asked
to Mcot Competition.
"VVAMIIINUTON, April IS. -tlnv.
ornmenl financial nld fur ciiintMnlen
purchoalnic shipping bnntrt vessels i
enable them tn compote uconfully
Willi rot MRU lllie, WHH inoillllllH'ltlleil
today ly business ni'n Hint iiioillher
of congress wild advised 'villi Ml"
board on i n 'i t (. nf transferrin
Into private IimmiIk Kovorniiie'il
owned iiiMclmnl ntailue
AKreclnir iiiioii tint advisability of
Hid hoard disposing nr lis nect the
ennreieos upon moduli of tr?d li.
Wollit of Minneapolis, inlopl.'il a Cn
nhitloii Unit 'Hit' ship vhnuM be
sold upon Mich prices "Mil I mis Unit
thn Amorbau in.rrliiiit murine ni.iy
tin riimly intntillKliml."
Lack of Intel est liv lh" Inventing
pullllll III Shipping Nfl 111(11(14 .Hill llin
hnndlritp under wjilch inn American
ship ownnrH operate In riiii"lllliin
wllli fmoliin lines wi rn dbvilsso I nnrt
a cnmmlttcc wn appointed to study
n plnn simKcstcd by Unwriirt Moyci,
director of I Mo war nuance ciirpurti
Hon, Dint Dm fleet nn nld through
nn organisation "Imllat In thn mil
way cuulpmcn f 1 n-t ti oorpuiiitlnn
Ho prop,, nod Unit (no assets of Inn
merchant fleet bo liiiioii uvur liy ion li
nn orK.'nlialloti, and that It lun
bonds n walnut p.inu:ilH dun nv lull
chaser, buyo l liu pci inl'.lrd in
make piemen" Mi pet col down
and tho rest over a leim or riont in
ii in yniri Unlv diitht payments
would lio required durlw; thn flint
fow yearn to enable opiir.itoru in es
tablish their lliif.i firmly.
Halts of llin bonUs. willed liiidm
tho plan, would cover approximately
hO per cent of the valuo 01 tlio snips,
Mr, Meyer pointed out, would crosln
popular Interest In tho merchant
marine nnd the l"ue could tin re
tired as Ilia buyers mado their full
wins first test
CONTINUHt) I'ltOM PA(Hl ONH.
Onmci I n, cltlicn of Honor.i mid It
was stated ho hud Z.TiOO soldiers
under hln command who worn re
cruited from Honora.
All nf Honoru l under military
rule. All saloons have been closed
by (lencrnl Callcs mid thn entire ro
sources of Ihn tato nre first call ot
tho army. Thn Houthcrn Pacific do
Mexico, an Atnrrlcnn-owncd rnll.
road, seized by tho stnto Kovernnient
tho tiny before the ntute Nfli'edd to
"top n ntrlkn on tho rond. In belnB
imrd chiefly for tho inllltnry nnn
tmlnn no lonRor run on nchudult'ii
Konora offlcl.ilH at all border polntH
nnnouncod today that pntHportu t
uted by narrnnxa c.onuM In tho
United Ktaten for entry Into Honnru
will not tin nreepted by offlclnlN of
tho.nnw republic Instead they must
be Issued thrnuKh Honora officials.
EXAMINATIONS ON TODAY
Thirteen TuplM Tnko Animal TcsUi
for r.lclitli (irado DIplomnH,
Thirteen puplln aro taklmr tho an
nual examination for eighth k rod it
dlploninu boliiK Klven In tho office
of Mrs. JJInntitto UedRcn, county
BUpnrlntcndent of bcIiooIh, Tho ex
amination opened yislurdiy and will
Ilxnuilnatlnns for tlio Issulnir of
elehth Krado dlnlouuiH aro hold un
der the tnipenUlon of tho county
Huperlntondeiitn throuRhnul tho utato
each year, QucKtloiiH are Hunt out
from tlio Minn depart tueiil and tlio
anHWeiB nro eraded by u spurlal
oounty examlnlnit committee. Tho
(tlplomnit a i'o IkkikhI from tho Mntu
dnpartinvnt and nlKnt'd by tho Btnto
The holder of an elKhth Krnde di
ploma In entitled to ontranco with
out examination to any city or coun
ty IiIkIi mvIiooI, tho colleBo for wom
en, tho A. and M. coIIcko, tho din-
trii't itKrieuitural selinoi.i ami Mm
stato normnl Hchouln.
PAINT MEN ARE IN SESSION
8hcrvvlii-Mlllamn Company In An
imal Convention Hero Today.
The first annual convention of the
Oklahoma sales our iiil'.atliiti of tho
UhcrwIn-WtlllaniH Paint company
will bo held In Tulsa today and to
morrow. In addition to the s.ilcfl
men, .1. n. Kuru, dlsrlct matiumn,
and A. W. U'leder, division manager,
both of Kansas City, and O. U
J-lghtner, advtrtlslng inanuimr. from
uievelnnd, Ohio, are tn nttsnd.
HuslnesH sessions, ut which will bo
considered means for meeting the In
croaved demand for tlm (iimpany'H
products, and for extending- teriltnry,
will bo held In the eompnnv'H office
at J Is Koulh Cheyenno. Thn.ro will
he a banquet at Hotel Tulsa tonight
at 7 o'clock The local branch,
which was established .Innunry I, Im
In chnrcu of II. It. llcfloy, local
manncer. and W 1' Clark of tlm
headipi. titers manufacturing aim
Colds, Biliousness ended
Nothing taken the Joy out of life
quicker than a disordered Ilvor or
wASt-clogfe'cd bowels. Don't May
nick, bilious, headachy, constipated.
Hemovo the liver and bowel poison
which Is keeping your head dl"y.
jour toncuo coated, your breath
bad and stomach sour. Why not
spend a few cunts for a box of Can
carets and enjoy the nlort. gentlest
laxative-catriarne you ever e x -ptrlenced"
cv curds never gripe
slrken or inconvenience ono llko
Kalts, Or Calomel or harsh pills.
They work, while you tlcop. Advt.
a J I uney wurit while you ticop. Advt. thcm. Auvu j
MAITI.I'A, Aptll 11- 'fi -ellnllon
of tho title deod on 160 aercn of
:reik eoiinty Imid held by Jom-pb
Aliisham and otners wnfi uranlml by
.tinlKe Murk 1- ItiiKtrtli of (IHiniilHie
In dlstilcl courl here today In u nlt
liniuirht b) p-.ininel Homer. The
court held that the fronk oounty
court did not liavo Jnrlwllattoii in
'Hii' eilHiinn nf a former deed by
lloint i and thRl tha ptitillo Mile held
iirnli r ih" order of tho county eourt
Uiiylord U. VVIImm of UriinirlFlht
will ha In thlM city Monday morninx
to try a oniie in miperlnr court which
lias liwn linnln tun aevnini ytwm,
llsrrlson Arnold, curt clerk, an
William .lohnton of llrlslow vh
fined t&n and rnatii and flven IV
day In Jail before .lustlee I) II. I.lv.
Iiidslon at ItrUlnw Into ywtardny,
C. 18. Muirall, oMtalwnl county at
torney, announced upon his return
Hlnriff Aimer llruce mid lieputlei
Krank llsnelwooit and U 11. I'l'T
enoe were In Tulsa loony answering n
subpoenal' from Ihe fedelnl urund
Jury now In sessilon at that place.
.1 IV Merry, cuahler of the Aineil
hii National bunk, ha been chosen
to rill thn vacancy in tho Carncgie
llbrnry boaid lien.. Infl vacant by
M. 'I'. Cregan, Mayor .1. Wade Hone
"An American Cltl.en" was Mmed.
uled lo be ulvrn touluhl by the suulur
class of Hnpulpu hlah school. Thn
play watt Klvoii thlH a f I frin ion before
studtinlM of til city MChools In an
tlolpatlon of an overflow crowd to-
Delernilnatlon lo form a Hoy
Hen ut iroup una intpiiinsed ny 11
boyn who met ut the llaptlst chinch
lust nlKhl. '1'lilrly-lwo an riniuired
for a Hoop and lucnliiiK will bo held
each Wednesdiiy night In order to
get iiuiro Into the new nrun iiUutlon,
J. I, Cobb, hcoiH muster, said loduy.
I'l'llllnim for divorce were filed In
district court today as follows. lid
.Mucker finm Clotan Mucker; Krati
clM Heck from Ual(er llcck; l''rnl
Itowmau finm Klnm llinvmiiii. Do
evrllou wiia chai'Ked In each case.
A nmirliiKu license was Ismied lo
ilny to Union H i mill, I'U, and I.uttln
MorKiili, --, both of llrlstow.
AV 1 1 1 la ti i Hurleiu, rommander of
Itdsroe Kryo iosi, Amerlcuii IckIoii,
Iiiih naked all ex-soldlers In Hupulpa
to n iiiiHitliiK In tho Uulvatlou Army
citadel lonlKht for a discussion of
tno adjusted compensation menHUicH
now pcmlliiK In coiiKrcss. ituprc-
sentatlvc Hcott Fen Is has sent out
(luCMtlonnnlres to IckIoii post com-
maiulcrH, Hurleiu xald.
Mntliors' day hn been chosen for
the distribution of French dlplomiiH
ti nearest iclatlvcs of Amerluans
Killed durliiK tho war. Tho dlatrlhu.
Hon will tnko plnco at tho M. IC,
uhurcli rlunday, May 9.
Itoncoo Kryo post, American lo
Klnu, now ranks fifth In tho posts of
tlio utatn, with 200 members. Hank-
Imr IIIIUlu l.fll lly fill til IL1' 'Piiluit
Oklahoma CItv. MuHknuee. Knld and
Bapulpa. A campaign In bcl ik
lautK lied to llicruuso tho iiiemberslilp
hero tu S00.
nenewal ot memberships In the
Railroad V, M. C. A. win bo asked
during tho next two wcoUh ending
April 30. Almost thn entire mem
bership Is paid up only until that
ditto and numerous business men, in
uddltlon to thOHo employed by the
railroads, now hold cards, A IPal
of 1,000 mcmbein has been net In tho
EASTERN STAR OFFICIALS
Oraitil 1OdRO ,Mictn At MivUoctor
5o to (iullirln Next Year.
M'ALUHTKlt Oklu , April 16
Oriuid offlcera of tho state order of
tho Knstern Htnr vvern elected at the
twelfth annua! convention hero to.
day as follnws.
Mrs, (Ilailyn Hargress. I'awhuskii,
grand matron , Mrs. Fred Miller.
Uenncssoy, grand patron; Mrs. Sarah
.Morris, Oklahoma City, .nnoclute
rtrtind matron, Dr. Iloivurd Wiguer,
.Shawnee, ajtsoclate grand patron.
Mih, lltancho NiniI. Nowata, grand
cnuductnrcHH, Mrs, llllzahelh Mr
Whlrter. Cleveland, iiwocluto grnuil
coiiductorcsa, Mrs, Akuch Cimcron,
AlCAleriter. grand tremmrer.
Outhrlo wan chosen n the place
for tho next convention
tt'et Share of PniHlM.
OKliAHOMA CITY, April IB -Fifteen
hundred dollnrn wan dlstri
billed today by Morris nnd company,
among . JO of its employes as n ipnir
terly payment under a profit -sharlnn
pi., n tnau ;malcil by thl.i cuiiiimov
BEST FOR COLDS
Doctors Now Prcsrribc Cnl
ot.tbs, tho Purified Calo
mel Tablets That Aro
Nausea less, Snfo and
Dorters are warning th public
tbnt simple colds nnd mild cases of
Influenza often lend to pneumonia
nnd oilier serious complications,
They My that every oold should re.
pelve Immediate attention and that
thn first step In the treatment Is to
nuiko spre lhat tho liver Is active,
Kor this purpose Calotabs the per
fected, natuealesn calomel tablets
are the surest, best nnd most agree
One Cnlotan nt bed time with a
swallow of viater that's all. no
nausea, and pn upsetting of tho dl
Remlon nnd appetite Next morning
your cold has vanished, your liver
Is acllve, your system In purified nnd
refkeahed and you ore (eating fine
with a hearty appetite for breakfast.
Kat what you pteniv,- no danger.
For your protection. Caimans nr
i snict ony in original seuled packages,
I prlro thirty five cn'e All drugRlita
recommend and guarantee Caloiana
land aro nuUiorited to refund tn
prlec If you are not dcllKlucd wi'li
Sand Springs Hiisinrss
Houses Murnod; Loss
Volunteer file fighters pir vented
thn aprcHd of a i uiiUiiki at lor. whP'h
atnrted In the I'aiinii feed ntorn at
Hand HprlngH early yesterday iiiuin-
lug and binned neatly nn hour. The
loaa of 13 bend of Iioimm, two i own,
four autoioobllHH and a iUHiiltty of
Krtiln valued at aoverul thousand did
lata biougbl a total loaa eMtluiatod ut
10. no ii.
Five fiame buildings wcix ilo-
alroyed . f..n- the flin flghiera (ould
get I hill bis into hi lion. lii r i ii i nn
leslili'iiecs were badly dnmaged as
I hi firs spread A livery Muhle,
Ids) ksintth simp nod Hansrer offlco
worn burned In thn ground. Noun
Weie I r J 1 1 1 1 1 , in limns III tin- nil-
ib'iu es wbn I hi' flu I'l'okn nut h'lV-
lug awiikimd In I lux- to s.ivi a null
of tlnli I si Imld fin nil ure and
TULSA IN OVERALLS
AIM OF MOVEMENT
l li.M'ISI.I.H I'll i .M PAitK (INK
and defining; lompnny, acted art
Wearing of overall by men was
favored by employca of tho farter,
Oklahoma I'loduclng & Keflnliik,
Wotverlnti, Tuxiih, nud Okluliimia
Natuntl (ins I'onipauluH. Tho Cos.
(bn employes favored tho wearing
or overalls or outer K'irmeiils not
lo exceed J 10 In cost. Khaki wilt
favored by men of tha Hluolali,
(Iimv and Twin Htatc companies.
Khnkl skirt and a middy, an
apron or a ulnnham iIichi vviih the
uniform HiiKgonted for employed
women of Tulsa. The ubjectlou
voiced to the adoption of a khaki
outfit for women vviih that It would
necefudlatn Immediate purchascx
and that laundering and cleaning
would bo costly The concensus of
opinion iimotiif thn femliilno em
ployes Ncemcd to be that thoy pre
ferred to wear out their obi
clothes during liiiftlnctrs huura and
to limit their puiuhasea to uucch
sltlus only until tho decrease in
tho coNt of clothliiK which It is
hoped will ensue.
The Kcneral Idea seemed to bo
that, IhoUKll It would be Impracti
cal to have a standard uniform
for everybody, all could unltu l-i
economy and thn elimination of
liniiecennary expense It vviih de
cided that all men In each nom
pnny dotei initio what they wish to
wear In the way of uniform.
CommlttecH composed of one
man and one woman from each oil
company and each oil well supply
company In tho city vrlll compose
tho Kfoiip to meet at tho chamber
of commerce this afternoon.
CONTINUED fr'ROM PAIlH ONI!
ill moit normal conditions have been
Tho section In tho I.over act under
which tho strikers wero arreatod
hern today wiia taken provides pen-
nlty of not morn than a 16.000 fine
nr Imprisonment Mr not morn than
two years, or both. It Ii charged
that the men conspired to Inlerfero
with HhlpmcntM of rood ami other
neceHK.irleH of lire.
Tho men. 11 wan declared, gen
orally showed resentment ngalUHt the
government action and declined thoy
would continue the atilke. After the
nrresta 300 switchmen voted to slay
Other men nrrented Include It H,
Murphy publicity representative of
the yiirdmen h asHOClatlon. who de
cliircd In a statement for the mon
that nn l.iw had been violated and
Ham nie wipui mimer nun oceii a i
mistake on tho part of the federal I
officials"; F.lmer It. Hldwcll. who
was nnmed yentcrday by Attorney I
Have ynur Panama Hat cleaned
and blocked by our expert but
ter Suits cleaned and JTA
pressed pl .OU
ulii Delivery Sen Ire
Ilurralu Cleaners ami llnllerx
1 1 1 V. .Main Plume O.'.'l 111
SUFFERED 8 YEARS
G a v c
Mr Will Purku nf Manor, T(ii, wrltm
October X an fellovra
1 auffrn1 vvuti rliu'mitlRm for right
yaaia. Arier taking Prctcrlptlon C-3331,
I found It lo rlva wonderful relief. I will
alwavn reenmmipnil jroio treatment In thura
I ailtrerlnit from Ihla ainn trouble
There are muny reieona why Prearrle
tton C-JJ2J li o suceaaflllly liaM hf
1 iltoie NUtfarlndt with rheiinimUni. lumhaan.
J tout snd sciatica. A doctor spent sears
I fcrftctlne hla treatment for Iheea ilread
i coet of the medicine. .Vraln. Prescription
(-5!31. Yon can now buy II at any itru
atoie, ready prepared, at Iraa than the
prlca which you havo to pay a dooior
lor prcacrlblnH, to aay nothlnr of tha
cost nf the medicine. AKiln. PreeorpliMtt
C-2S33 la a-tiaranteed tn slve yon relief
lha praaent ownera of lllla aplendM Irenl
ment sro an euro that ou will tie tiene
(Itril thai they authorlia all drucm-la tn
teiurn youi 1 1 oo if io 115(1 Iwiitea il.i
tint Rlva you relief.
In taking I'rea. ipimii l 323J a veui't
able cnlharie la needed aomethtni; thai
will nltniiilaie tha flow nf till and reicu
l..lo ha bowl.. 3133 I. her Pllla do not
alcken or srlpe On li a doae and but
two or Ibrve naed bo taken eveiy two
If your druriclat lil not luipply you
wlih Preacrlpllon C fits and 3333 I.lver
Pllla. ens II 0 bottle and a ban of Pllla
will be aent you postpaid on receipt of
II TS, Write Department i;t. 3?;i l.abora
lory, Mainptlla, Tami for literature, 1930
Alnunao and aalrpla of the Pllla.
-energl Pglrner Km Uriin.ii su'
I "USUI .
(Irunaii iimi llesdini; tn n a' ile
fiienl t'irilchi dei lured ihe lk'nt
kiih not a stilke und sntil on vv.ige
iliinniids were sent lo mllfoad man
ngeis until the mi n had left tin n
work "We renllre lhat these niiini
ire Ihe work of th llro'herbooil of
Id liils lo no nltempt In fine us
bsek to wink They win f m ihe
altemil. We still deny that wo have
vlnlntad any law or committed
any overt not. Wo nro not I. V. W.
IH'.M SI III7I I IIN v
HI ItANMs riTV MI'S.
KANMAS I'PV. April H An til
tlmntuni Iwiied tn striking mvltch
tneij hre today demands their rn
mm lo work b Haturdny mninltig.
prll 17 on penalty of foifellur" of
their meoilii'rhlp tn the llrntlier
hood of Itiillroul Trainmen If they
fall to report
The ultimatum wn signed by thn
brotherhood chairman for the roads
.ifferleil by the strike,
Attacking the notion ot John Oruit
ii il. prel lent of the (.'hlrago yard
men's association whose mmbers
were the first lo xt.dke, t) o chairmen
point to the ptovlnlons of the trans
portation act under which thn rah
rond labor bond wn. created an
ihnwlng that neither flrunnu nor a
i ev orgnnlMtlon rati nvall this strlk.
It r MclJitiKhlln of Kuntis rity
tod iv was depu'lcil n nhjlstant to
W (I. I.ee, preildtftlt of til llroth
erhnod of railroad Trainmen, to
hnndln tho ntrlkn situation, It was
unnooni-el tonight This authority
wan Invested bv I'rnHldent Iee.
Tim slrke sllii'itlon remained un
changed iere today (i to the move
ment of freight Investigation dls
elmo'd lh" fact thai the statements
by railroad officials yentmday that
one. fifth of tho normnl total of
swllrh etiplneii were helm; operated,
wan In error.
IKM'IJ rn i:ilN(i
OHIO SI It I K I : IWIIiS.
CoM'Mllt'H. Ohio, April IS All
hope of Immediate endlu? of the
r.-illwnv hw Itchmen'M strike win bun -
Ished late today when official or
the six ralhvav-i entering t'olumbus
refused to deal with representatives
of the Columbus Vardnn n' nssocl
ii 1 1 n u. who had drifted a settlement
Approximately 2,ono striking rail
way switchmen nt a inusn mectini;
hero tonlrrht voted tn "remain out
until such time us railway officials
nro ready lo confer with us lel.itlve
to our demands.
NKW VOItK, April IS. Tho rail-
rond general miilitigerH association
Of New Vmk tonight delivered nn
ultimatum to tho "his four" railroad
brotherhoods, giving them until
noon Saturday "to have their men
report for work."
After that time It was slated the
rallrnailH "will themselves open their
books for a period of 24 hours end
ing at noon Sunday for such men
an register during that period and
wlm are acceptable, who will bo
tnkon buck Into thn service, i plain-
Ing their rosier rights."
"In any event," tho ultimatum
added, "tho rnllroiiriH retain the
right to refuso to iclnstiite or re-
employ certain employes who have
nhown during the period of trouble
by vlolenco. sedltloun utterances.
Intimidation or other well defined
means, nn unfitness for further rail
"The Copperhead" -MAJESTIC
One of the most widely discussed
Artcrnfl and which has for Its star, the celebrated actor I.trnr. Hmv.noir
"The Copperhead" enjoyed n very successful run tn N'ew nrk and wits played 'here, as In the picture, by
Mr. Uarrytnore. but thoho who aro considered critics declare that the moiion picturo version is far superior
from every standpoint.
The play was written by AruMus Thomas and said to be one of his very best efforts. Ile has given 'Tho
Copperhead" a sympathetic Interpretation and a setting lhat U remarkably realistic.
"The Copperhrad" will bo shown at tho Majestic lir ginning Sunday. Advt.
APRIL 15, 1920.
Tulsa Open Shop Association,
nenitemeu Va a party very much Intettited In watching the development" nf the Open Shop movement. I
recall that ona month nito today a group of men atarted out putting rardt In tho wlndowa of the bualneea hnutea
of Tulaii that wers alcned up for tho Opan Shop. In coliur up snd don the etrret I dleoover thare are a treat
many buatnea houaea which are not dlaplaylng iheee enrda
I wouM UUa very much lo know hat rraaona theaa peraona ham for noi dliplaylns the Open Hhop Card. It
aureii i an noi be that they are opponed lo tha Open Chop prlnclplo. for lo my ay of Ihlnklnv If thara w.ia r
anythlnt; for the baet Inlareita of Tuba It la Ihla Open bhop movement
in ihla matter there can be no neutrjl ground. man ta elthet for nr acainat tha Open Shop. Hlnce this Open
Mii.p Mi.ienirni aiaried I havo easreiiv aouitht every puhllcatmn for open Hhop news. In ona of three publication
n n 1 1 i, lf win. h alruck me vnrj for. ibli ian aa folio " vnd aa Mr. Ullli.im lllley. rublliher of Ilia Craftaman.
eai i hi diprueattia the Open hhop p'o..iiinn before the chamber of commerce of PAltaa. that nn rlas haa tha
Mirlii t" l.ir.-" I'a lea on anv.m.. b- -".-niEth of nurnbera' ami lhat nn nrKanMAtlnn ellould tell any man lhat
lirmuie be la not a member he ali."ilit be deprived of the prlllei;e of worklnn.'" I wlh In aay thlt Mr
ki't-x a v i. w e and in own are ideniti-H l alio read n cry inicreai int editorial on Phro 133 nf the Manufuc
tuirrs ll'. ord of April 1, whli h treated alone till aame line
I ii m tonMnced that ahould the public and the builneaa men of Tulaa get behind you aa they ahnuld In thli
ninement. that you will be able to win for the Open Khop with one-half the etpente ami nlthln nne-half tha tlm
thai it liaa taken t. put It oier In other cltlea, for, nowhere have I raad of any city which haa had tha entira
auppnrt of every batiU and financial lnatltulloe behind It aa you hava here.
Thare oan ba no doubl but that the proportion la rluht, became the men who are at tha head of eur fi
nancial Inelltutlona weighed thta thlnit carefully before coins Into It, and only hava tha brat Interrala of tha
city at heart
In my opinion you men are doing a wonderful work.and, I mistat add: "Mora power ta yon."
WE CONSIDER THE ABOVE LETTE R OF SUCH IMPORTANCE THAT YOU
SHOULD HAVE A CHANCE TO READ IT ALSO.
HAMON BACKS BIG
Proposes Ii r e e t i o n of
Hotel and Station at
I)y Awiili.d press Hist Wiro.
OKLAHOMA CITV, April II.
I'resenlatlon of a plan for tho eon
atructlon of a 1,000-room, J2, 600,000
hotel and railroad station oornblnsd
will be mndo hofore the state nor
ponitl'im oonttnlsslon, Oklahoma City
chamber of commerce and Mayor
J. ( Walton by Jako U llamon Of
Ardmori. mllllonnire oil operator,
lumurruw. iiamon siaied hern to
nlKht on his arrival In the city.
The hotel proposed will bo tho
largest In the southwest, llamon
Hays, and Is to be located at Hudson
and Klrst street and b cimlilnmi
with tho Frisco station. It Is to be
modeled after tho Ht. I.oula union
station and hotel, llamon wild. It
will ho built on tho situ of the old
Krlsco station property.
I'lans for the structuie have been
worked out and aro to be prlsnnted
to tho corporation tommlstilon Im
mediately, Hamuli slated. After
talking tho proposition over with
thn mayor and chamber, Hamnn Is
to anonunco the entire plans fur the
hotel and station, which includes
cafeterias, little shop rooms and ex
ponslvu interior, hu wild.
I'ermlsHlon to build the station no
thn slto proposed for tho hotel and
atallou wan asked by thu Frisco ro
ccntly, but the corporation commis
sion held UP action until the unboi
Htatliin propomntH brought forth
llamon, who In a candidate foi re
publican national eommiHeenian for
Oklahoma, arrived here today from
Texas, White admitting his visit had
political significance also, ho said
ana l an -vsa
cttued by rammer
uai diuppr&t Lis
magic if youue
Qrn the com pinion, ml nsln
the ilin o(t and vtlirrty. A
powdri and cream combined. In
pink and while Ui with CiXts.
ilcLiflmicl( 1 HJtnaty cjtp lot
bat mulli. jlk and
(0c tha )ii at jour
(jvonte toilet cmintrr.
photoplays of the preset!' scimn '
kVOSN3!3 I.W'J t
Shop (Square Deal) Association
ii' i lief purpose was to present tha
ii t"l snd station plan to the olty
ii, a state
DENY PROFITEER TALK
V. s. ltornc) IPiniN ItruiuN Street
Itunmn nilni That Mcichants
Wcro Arrcntcil mill l'lncd.
Ktreot rumors In circulation dur
im- tn m i.i .'u iIiivm lo the effect
that certain Tulsa merchant havo i
inn i, r r.alail anil f.lieil 111 llieil
atoroa for profiteering hy govcrn-
meni men was vigorously umnvu
yaaierdHy ty Aretubald nondn,
United fllales attorney for thn anal
em district of Oklahoma.
"Ilefore ny flnea ran lie Imposed
II Is neceaaary that arretn bo mado
und the man found guilty In fodernl
court," Judgo Honda stated. "Mo
merchunl of Tulaii has yat bn
chargeil with profiteering Tho
stories that flnea nf from ISOO to
1 1 .000 have been Imposed Is ulwo
The retail merchants' association
also issued a denial that any of Ha
members bun even been charged
with profiteering. l'rosecutloil of
persons guilty of circulating auch
false slat onentH will be undertaken
the t,ull tin states, providing tho
KUllt call be definitely fixed.
Return From Regional
W. C. T. V. Gathering
Tulsa women who returned yes
terday from the rcKl'inal W c T
t'. incellng In Itartbsvlllo Wednes
day wcro Mrs, l.llnh I. Lindsay.
ASPIRIN IS SAFE
Take Tablets without fear, il
thoy are marked with the
K von want the true, wuul-fim
oiih Aspirin, ns prescribed by physl
claim fur over clghtocn yeras, yon
tiiu.it ask for "Mayer 'laluetn ot As
pirin.'' The 'Hiiyer Criwa' 'Is stamped on
'li h tablet und appears on eunli
package for ;our piotectlon .igaliiMt
In i ac'i pad age of "Haver Tablets
it AspUIn' the safe and piopei ill
i"i Hons for CohN, Hondnche, Ncu
rilgln, Toothache, Dirache, Uhcum-
1 1 -in 1,'imbigo, Neuritis, ami lor
I am In general.
Ilindv tin boxen containing 12
lab'i's col but a few centH. I)rug-pl-H
.i!m veil larger "lliyer" p.li'n
U'i " vTi'ii W the trade maik ot
Ha.ver Mnniifaituro of Mononcetlci
cldihter of Sallcyllcacld. Advt.
21 .mWF.Ij WATCH FOIt Sit)'.
People that have bought Jewelry
at unction salen aro now the
bcNt frlcndn 1 havo. Square deal
.M'.MISN .IF.WHI.ItV CO.
ISO I'axt 'liilril Street
Copp. rhe.id issued by Paramount ! I "(
Tulsa county W. C. T. U. iiraal
dent; Mrs. Jonphlne Duhl. state
treasurer; Mrs. (1. W. Kessclrlnj,
president of tho Central union of
Tulsn. Mrs. Ida Wynnt and Mrs.
II. A. Cook. About 75 women from
Tulsa, Washington. Creek und
Itogern counties attended the meet
ing. Tulsa women on the program
vere Mrs. Iluhl, who spoke on "A
Wnmrin'n 'art In Cltlwnshlp " Mrs,
Wygnnt, who npoko on "Child Wel
fare" nnd "World rrohlblllon," and
Mrs. Lindsay, whose nubject wns,
"How Wo itny Improve Local Un
Su)s Not (iulltr of lloblicrjr.
Hoy Myers, held under bond of
J 1 0,000, Wrdtiri'dny at his prollitll
nnry hearing beforo Justlco II. ,T.
"tict-ll" .Never I.cnvm a Corn On
Any Foot for Very Umg.
The h irtlng "pip goCH right out
of lhat corn t)i ti.onii nt i few
cVopn of 'Oets It bin Is hi rcon It
is throuTh n:.d 'for k cpn. '
Cora nnd "(irl-lt" Cnn't LIts
You'll huvc no mtirr pain but will
notice ttve corn - t'l'irf loose and
wobbly In a dx or vou lift It
tlKht off wlthnal any ftxdl iK That's
the end of Hu corn and of your
lroublei Mil Iohh havo proved
"Uets-It' to he the oni and only un
failing. opinion .Miiisc corn rcruovur.
Why rot yi u '
"rtot-It' costH but a trifle at any
drug H'oro and carries a money
back guaianwc Mt'd. by !; I.iw
renco A; Co . Chicago - Advt
Traffic Auto Trucks
Before investing your money in an auto truck, investi
gate the Traffic Two-ton Truck, the popular sized and
lowest priced auto truck for oil companies, contrac
tors, stockmen and farmers. Call Osage 0818-5819 or
L. I). 10 for particulars.
Traffic Auto Truck Co.
BUY the best you can get for the j
same money others cost the
big, plump, generous package full of
rich, crackly Krisps. Kellogg's Korn
Krisp, of course 1
No other can make the blanket guarantee
"tho best thick flake you ever ate or your
Point to the signature that means absoluto
satisfaction or no cost
Every grocer everywhere
sells Kellogg's every day.
Omy entered a plen of not rai'ivtg
the i harire of picking the p, ki v(
Frank Woi ho on u Frisco ti.uy llt
thin city April 5 nt his arrniK-.n'fnt
yoaterdny beforo district oait ani
wafl committed to Ja II under bi nd n
$5,000 for trial next month
DID ME WORLD OF
GOOD " DECLARES
Popular TiiImi nircman I Vols Mkij
Dlffen'llt Person Mncc
'Must two bottles of Orgatone hav(
done mo so much good that I a i,
ally feel like a dlfferont per- .n
snld Mr. .1. C. Heaver, of 3306 i:-
aventh street, Tulsu, Okla., whit- m
Onliiwin's Uriig Store recently. Mr
Hoavor la olio of the best known jr
penter foremen In title hectlon ot
"Kor several months past I
been a sufferer from stomach i"
Indigestion troubles," continued M
Heaver. "I didn't have ally at..f
tlte at all to speak of and somen
what I did eat Just seemed to lo I;
In my stomach In a lump and v
and f irm gnu there. 1 wan it -1
exii' tly. but In . vory bad gen
run-doun condition. I didn't H
to have a particle of eneigy a
although I tried several ionics
tho hope that they mlKltt build
up, nothing I took did nie a bi'
good and l K"t to where I vvus h i-
uble to look alter my worn prop-
"I heard mo much about org i
and my wife had used It with nn .
good mulls In her own case th r :
Kut ntercBted In It nnd deciik I t.,
give it u trl il. So I got a bottle .i",'1
1 my Kre it surprise, 1 could tea.
'hat my appetite -was beginning tn
pick up rlsht uftcr I finished that
fust bottle and I wasn't troubled m
inuih nf'cr eating. I continue,! t,
take Orgatone until now 1 have ,i
fine appetite and can eat Just .un
tiling 1 wa it and urn not troubled
a purtb le with gas on my stomach
and 1 don't have thoso Imllvcstieti
spells any more. 1 am In better gen
eral health right now than 1 h.iu
been for a your past. Orgatone t..u
surely done me n world of Kood mid
I take pleasure In penk!iig a guoi
.',rl foe it "
Orgutono Is not a so-called patent
or secret remedy but a n"iv sclrn
tiflc treatment absolutely free fr.u,
alcohol In any form and Is liL In f
Tulsa by Hoy 11. uetnian h Mii'i :
Store exeluHlvoly, under the persAi,
direction of a special OrKutone ren
resentatlvo. Other agents are th
Itexall Store, West Tulsa, tho Wn. d
Owens Drug Store, Sapulp.i, and th
Central Drug Store, Okmulgee -Advt.