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TULSA DAIhY WORLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920
IN MINE CLASH
Troops Ordered Out;
Work to Resume;
GUARD SHOT TO DEATH
Killing by Anolhcr (jiianl Ih
Declared Accidental ; Mur
ntrrru. Mn, Apni s: hum.
whe.ru tho inotnl tnlim worker,
union No. 800, IniliiHiriul Worker of
ihn World, willful n xlrlkc In I ho ruin -lnjr
propirtloa Humlny nlKlit. wan
quint tod.iy follirwinif yoMtrnliii' s
clash between ilcputy ahtirlffa unil
atrlkcrn mid tho kllllni: toduy In llio
oMgo of tlio initio Dully llullntlii of
n youth wlm was Kimrdlni; tho imwu.
Kotlornl troop wrro opnctrd to
arrlvo hum tonight. Tho inlnci,
which hnvo not liolntnd urn ninco
Mynd.-iy ticmusn of tho Htrlkerir d
mamlltijr 17 a tiny, a six-hour diiy
iind relraao of "iiolltionl inlnotioiM"
aro to rimimo work tomorrow with
full protnctlon, according to John
Olllln. iimmiKrr of ml run ( tho
Annronda Oopprr Minim; riimpiiny.
I Inch H. lliirlinti, who wni abut
nivl killed today, wum Ntiitlnnml In
tho ptcm room of tho Itollolln with
ulher men iin Buardn. Joni'ph I'apnt.
another guard, niluilllril to thn pn
lica hn accidentally hot Jltirhutu
11(1 V.UH HtTCHtCd.
No ftttoiiuit wtm mndn today to
prcket thn mliieti mid only onn olnnh
between atrlkorri and men ilrnlrlnir
to work, wum reported, Quartern
havo been prcpuroil for thn troop.t.
Tlio lint of camiattlen from yentor
dny'a shooting wim Incroitnod to IS
tmstiy, when It licc.imo known that
Oleorfin Martin hud been aliot
through thn hand. Four of tho 4 6
who wore wountlod, woro reported to
ho In u critical condition,
CONTINOrlP I'llOM J'AOIJ ONI'.. (
enco to the dnniocratln iiolley of n!
hontin for service men- commend the1
Rinendtnont of (institution to pro
hlhlt llfiuors; cumlnm compulmuy
mllllnry training, condom Ii'rHU
tlon abroKatlne; (hn rldit of labor to
Lnrsmln collocllvcly: condem tho ml
mltilHlrntloit of (loyornor lien iih
"beliiR1 n.ilf-Hilvi rtUnii;," and liiHlmct
tho rinlcKiitfH to tho n.Uloniil conven
tion to vote na .i unit on all rnatijrtit
!oleKnteg to lha n.ulmul ci.rn-
t . i ii i i ' ii. I'.i i i ''ill . i
i.il ulidld.il"' I i Ih.iih of I'
limn U M .'l'ii. v.... wviriil timed
ilici.cd, ami t'lit of MrWHI illl'
fjle ilt It'tC ' ' ' I UK" " Mr
'mnniin t. "nirin. ArH.mo in City
Null . Joni'tl Wioiini'. Klngaly.
'Irnritc II llmlKii, 'l ii Ihn. mill llnli-
ri W H.uir Topiki Alli i natt-a.
Mr Antni It .Murrlnh. K II
Miiiphy, t.i I'.Miworth, -my lle.er
Inc. Murrl'vlUc .mil Mll Mulro)
If tin- ili'irowsti nra to iiihmi the
Ip.miie he tiiKi'ti'il n aultalil" mn
dlil.iti'S UilllHIil Itnfiilnlpli 1 1 'I rut
fiom Ihn I'nirt, or Men if or .lumen A.
Ileeil from Ihn Hem
Colonel Hion Afm.li'ii of Wlehlln
.wan te t'le'l"d on f mull urn m 11 lie-
rtittn by ni'i'l iiiiiiiiiin
LEAGUE IS INDORSED
! IN STORMY SESSION
MlVrlM 1 l U'l
l ai.i; nix i r.r.H
lllltten wonlil i . xi " Ii fi
thn floor "f tin loiiM'tillon
Slow priiKK Hit maiked todiiy'H pro.
eeedliiRn mill when a iiiew of two
lion t n nnd n half v. in di-elureil thin
nveiilriK, the ptirfnotliig of peimniii'iit
orKiinl'-itlon hud not been reiiehed
Durlnic a lull In thn itothiIIiikk,
I1". I. t.en of Jopliu. reml a telo
Krnm to lie iient W. .1. Iliy.in, enn
Krnf iiliiUHK Mr Mryan ami the peo
ple of NebiiiHka rer IiIm npparent
election In Tnendiiy'M pHmiiry at onn
of tho ileliKMlw nl lnr:n to the
niillonul reinvention Mention of
llrymi'n niimn pieelpltnted n nn?
ilemonHtratlnn, mid thn dclcKnf if, by
a tlHltiR votn, dei'lded that thn Inte
grum nlinnld hn ni'lit
lleronenliitr of tho rwilotin wan
delayed linleflnllely IihHkIiI whlln
thn committee on credentials con-
Hidf reij Ihn ( l.ilmn of tlvnl ilclrita
Holm from the- Hth ward of Ht.
The fifth illntrli t (JarkKon roiiiityi
deteiintloiiuippeiire,) with notice that
Ihnlr ciiiioIh had niimed Jnmen A.
Heed und .lonnph Hhnniioii, demo
erHtle fni'Moniil lender of Kihiih
Cllv. an Ihflr holen fur deleiraten
to the iiallonal convention. The
fifth district iilno iidnpti-d u remibl
tlon to the nffeet that their dele-
! kmIIoii lo the niillonal ennvetitlon
would not hn bound by Inntructlonn
of the ntatn convention
f.i'ailem of the I'lflh illntnet dele
K.itlon N.'ild Mix tiwolutlon wan
nilopleil "to derfarn thn delegation'!)
IN.Ii.pi nili'licr of Ihn ulate roiiven-
llon In thn evinl that bucamn ne:
1 1 innrv " ,
. They dceliiicd to iwnflrm or deny
lepoiln th.it the di'e;iitloii inliiht
I 'Mii'i'ile" fiom he (Oliventloll If
Si-iiiitor Keiid'H eti'otion on dlatrlct
ili'lei'.im to Man KritneUcai wan not
i'onf.1 ini"l by Ihe conventlnii
J Mndorneuienl of the leaijun of nil
tloiin cinnnant wild reiTatonn that
will not Impair Itn force und In-
'Htruetlonn to thn MInkoiiiI dnlexatlon
to the national convention nt Han
I I'riinelneii to witn for n plntform ap-
provltiK Hie covenant, wern contained
In rifioliitlnMH Hiibmttted to the (nm
(nnilln Mtnte Liitiveiitloii here IonIkIiI
for ndoptlon by the commltten on
flther riviiilullonn exteudlllK con
Kraulatlonn to the women of thn
Htaln upon Ihelr enfranchlnement
nnd deelnred that with the help of
women volnrx lawn could be pud
to better hocIhI miiI evonomlc con
dltlonn "More t h ii n n living wane," for
luiior. increnneii nalarleH for teach
nrn. IniliirHf incut of national and
ntate iiilmlnlxtrntlnn: and prnlnn fur
the American fiirtnern for thnlr ef.
fnrtn durlliK thn war to keep food
production at a maii'num alno were
contalnnd in the propoil piatfotm
Knactmeut of lawn "to nuUnfy ihej
Inventor," nnd thun ntlmulutH the
I future Krnwlh and Htablllly or bunl- 1
niw wan iinother ni'Minure uiced
! Kreileriitk I, (iirdner In Dm key
itiote nildri-im ul the 'omentlon lisle
iiinrnlUR, Inilurnrd tin nntloiiHl ml-1
MilnlKtrullon. uiiutii a pii.i foi lli !
(fnloplloii of thn imini treaty anil tin"
icovi'llimt of Ihe leiiKUe of iiatlonn
I without nu'mtaiitlnl iilierntloim, de
i flared for a email army and oppoi-(
''Ion to unlvermil mlllinrv triiinloic.
I deimi'lieed InilU'lrlal ctiurln mill ex
tollril thn record of the ilnnioi r.illc
mate ndmllilnlrnllnn In Mlnnourl
lloveinor Ourdner ileuounced 'h'
I.ihIki! rcM-ivitlon to artlcln 10 of
the rnveiinnl of the leiiKUe of na
tlnnn ha cowiirdlj' "
"It In well to henltiite about iu i.k
ln war, even an hirioinble oiic, but
In hull nnd hinder tin honoriible
peace In criminal
"If our opponent chnoxc in tin
before tho pi-ople opponeil to mull tin
obllKntlou under nrtleln 10 un M n
ator l.oilse linn nnld hln riweriilinti
lirovlden, then Mie i lulirril ' i.i.ni'.
il.itn for the prenldeney nlionl.I ami
will nweep till, nation, and the dein
ocratlc fi.irty will c.inlrol thn nen.it
of thn i;nlteil Htalen after March 4,
If'il. and will pioniptly 'rat.'y the
treal'y und llpi covenant "
Thn enlabllnhment if liriliintri.il
tourtn wiim diinounced by Ihn ko
"An liidiiiitrl.il coin t." he wild
"me.uiH prnutlcnlly compulnory arb'
tuition and that In unfair and uu
ArnerU'iin. The deniocr.itlc pnrH
nhould tiromlhn to ct un in ii'lilm-rt
i for Ihe mediation and adju-tiii"nt of
FERRIS QUITS AS CHAIRMAN
nnd paid Inn personal duiliK"were
of niirh a nature 'hev would not
permit him to continue tin chairman
of the committee.
All the offlcern of tin- national
uc.noriatli' committee liiuliiillnft
Champ Clark, Jooepli Tumulty und
Claude Kitchen wnrn ilnvlied lo at
tend Ihe tneetltiK
Oklahoma Diiikmt.iI llifilcnn an
Chairman, of Ciiiiiiullli.'.
OKLAHOMA CITV, April 23 " I
l(epreni'iitatle Hi'oK Perrln toilav
revlKUcd an ebairmnn of the tuition-1
f, '. tlpriirii piitjr. i.nnifi.uiliiii,l rn,,t .
lulttee at a meeting of thn com. nit- MRC MIWOR IQ PPPTPtl
Ke ami riouel,.d iln.1 )) n..im.ii. rflnJ). IVllnlUn IO CLtl I tU
lion be incepted jit once, nri-onlliiR
to a telejtram received here tonight
bv a inornlnK newnpatier
The men-afe nn the resignation
wan Hiibte ilti'd In tin fonn (;f n let
tei In wliifh Cerrin npoke of Inn
election to the off he tw i yeiirn aif.i
I'lilllli i lli'lll Wi.llinn h CIiii-cu l. A.
It Clilet 'I riilului: InilorM'il
WANIMNiri o.N A m il Mr
lliiui Miimi inl Mil i o' Watir
ford Conn , t In j n n ,n , j
I mini prenld' ii n i i . ' of Ihn
I .laj.'hl' of the ArneiU.in Iti-volU
lion. njiier Muii Mm OeorKe
! Tlmcker (luei miv of Kan-MH. All
Ihe eandldaten for evevutlve offli c 1
on Mil Mtnoi'A ticket wern elected I
without r.pi onltlon the onlv coitentn
.beliHT foi vk-n president n Keueral I
Tweje camlldHten were nominated
for fr ven pontn.
Tile nuwl.v elerled officers will be
linlalleij Maturilay, the clnn.nit day
! of I be 29th continental coiigi m.
The ilaimhli'tn went on i ecord to
'day an In favor, of uniirwil m'lltary
fti- ilrilnic Thtri' wait-oiily a rtsiiter
Miik' vote .ii. .mil the rcfculiillon which
W i pi - mi I if ti r i n ef fori te he e
t ' Otgl Iit ." i Ilillllll MJII.ll- ,
' t .in. i Ii I fil'id !
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C. M. GArj:TLE & CO.
PI.ATINUMSMITilS - JKWKLERS
630 FIFTH AVKNUK
Wc cctcnil a cordial invitation
to visit our establisnment and
view our exhibit of Diamonds,
Sapphires, Pearls and E'meralds
in artistic Platinum Settings.
Opposite S(. Patrick!) CadicdrdU
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Nothini mote fflettive In nothinit and
hf ling c napped, ciacktd.itchinv or blrrd.
inf handt. R.illie them each nifiht In a
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and rub In Cutimira Omtrornt, and wrar
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kWI, whHr handi,
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The Ambassador! lotclsSystcm
Come to Snnt Mathara California'
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tuna fishing, tennis or tiding at the
Ambassador Hotel. Here coldcti days
it ii. . r .1
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A,nh-itci.1,ir Snntn lljtbnrnt Ambassa
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The Hotels which male ut the AmkntdJoT Hnlfh Sisti-m ate net siituiiciI
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Drop in Clothing Price
Announced in New York
NKW YORK, April 22 One c'
New York's larKO rcaily-to.we.n
clothliiK hou.eH. in aih'ertlHlnR tn
iRiy ifciluctlon.n lo 37.50 In th1'
prlcen of nults nnd overcoats rang
Iiir a k IiIrIi nn $ 5S and rciluctionnt
In 5" SO on those priced an high an
$7, announced the drop an "a dc
llbrriito cultlnB of our own profit
fur the puipone of helping thn
movement to forco down tho high
i cont or clothing.
Sore Throat, Colds
Quickly RalUved By Hamlin's
ll.im.lii'.n Wizard Oil la a nlmpl
and effeclivo treatment for aorn
i throat and client coldn, t'scd an a
I gurglo for wore throatjt brlnRn quick
I relief. Rubbed on tho client It wilt
i often loosen up a hard, deep seated
I cold In unc night.
I low often npralnn, lirulmti, uul.n
and burns occur In every family, an
yvoll an llttlo trouhlen like earache,
toothache, cold soren, canker Bores,
' vtift mek. nnd tired nehlnc?. Tint
SoothlnK. heallntr Wizard Oil w-lllV
always lirlnB uulck relief.
llet It from drilRRlnta for 30 centa.
If not natlsfled return tho bottlo
nut got your money back.
Hver conatlpated or have nick
headache V Just try Wizard Liver
Whlpi, pleasant llttlo pink pllU, 30
contH. (Guaranteed. Adv,
Public Service ' Company
Prior Lien Seven Per Cent Cumulative Stock
CUSTOMER-OWNERSHIP PLAN. ArranRtmenta have been mad where
by the public aorved by the Public Service Company of Oklahoma
may participate in the ownership nnd profit ol the business.
The expansion of the local public utility together with main
finance of service is of incalculable importance to residents of the
community. Much outaide money haa been expended for the devel
opment of that industry. To supplement the financing of these
developments and lo share the returns from a large business, the
Company announces its Customer-Ownerahip Plan.
PAR VALUE of Shares, $100.00 Each. '
DIVIDENDS of $1,75 per share paid quarterly on' the ISth of January,
April, Juy and October of each your, being at the rate of $7.00 per
share per annum.
BUSINESS The Public Service Company of Oklahoma is now furnishing
electrical energy to ten communities in Oklahoma having a total
population of approximately 120,000, The Company supplies !co tn
five of these communities. Its electric generating stations have a
total generating capacity of approximately 9,000 K, W and arrange
ments have been made for additional energy from new power plant
at Tulsa of 10,000 K.W. capacity. It ice planta have a combines!
daily capacity of 230 tons.
PRINCIPAL FEATURES of this high-grade investment stock t
1. Iitued by a home company; an established property with a, larx
well-demonstrated and increasing earning capacity.
2. Stock Issued as fully paid and with the express covenant of Com
pany that it shall not be subject to assessment by the Company
for any purpose.
3. Exempt from personal property tax in Oklahoma, and the in.
come derived therefrom by individuals not subject to the normal
Federal income tax.
4. The gross earnings have shown a steady growth during the en.
tire history of the Company.
5. The Company Is operated under an able and efficient manage,
PRICE $100.00 PER SHARE.
PAYABLE $4.00 pet share with auhacriptinn.
$6.00 per share per month for aixleen months.
SUBSCRIPTIONS IUXLIVED AND INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF OKLAHOMA
SINCLAIR CONSOLIDATED OIL CORPORATION
Five Year Secured 7Convertible Gold Notes
Dated May 15, 1020. , Due May 15, 1925.
Interest Payable May 15th and November 15th.
Redeemable as a whole or in part, at the option of the Company, on sixty days' notice, at 105
and interest, if redeemed on or prior to May 15, 1921, and thereafter at one per cent
less for each year or part thereof elapsed after May 15, 1921, except that in case
notes are issued with stock purchase warrants attached those notes not ac
companied by appurtenant warrants will be redeemable at par and
Interest to be payable without deduction for" the normal Federal Income Tax up to 2 per
annum which the company may be obliged to withhold.
Coupon notes in denominationof $100, $500 and $1,000, and multiples of $1,000: Notes may
be registered as to principal in denominations of $1,000 and multiples thereof.
v Total authorized issue, $75,000,000.
THE CHASE NATIONAL BANK, NEW YORK, AND
CENTRAL UNION TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, TRUSTEES
For information regarding these Notes we refer to the letter of Mr. II. F. Sinclair,
President of the Corporation, which appears on the accompanying pages and which
ho has summarized briefly as follows:
SECURITY: To be secured by pledge of nil the capital stocks and other se
curities of subsidiary companies now owned or hereafter acquired. The
Company may not and will not permit any subsidiary to create any liens
unless deposited under the trust agreement, excepting liens on marine
equipment and tank cars, and purchase money obligations.
EQUITY: The Corporation's outstanding capital stock, at current quota
tions, represents an equity of abut $150,000,000, ranking junior Ho '
these $50,000,000 notes.
ASSETS: The Consolidated Balance Sheet as of December 31, 1919, certi
fied by Arthur Young & Co., together with proceeds of this issue, shows
v total net assets available for the notes of over five times these notes, the
net quick assets alone on this basis being equal to over 1.60 times these
EARNINGS: Consolidated net earnings from operations after Fedejral taxes
show net earnings available for interest and depiction, etc., as follows:
i Year ended December 31, 1917 $15,134,967
Year ended December 31, 1918 19,640,717
Year ended December 31, 1919 ; 21,890,898
These earnings for 1919 equaled 5.83 times the annual interest on the
Notes and for the three years averaged over five times such interest.
CONVERTIBLE: Each $1,000 Note to be exchangeable for 10 shares 8
Cumulative Sinking Fund Preferred Stock (par $100 each), and 2'2
' ' shares common stock without pa value. The Notes may instead carry-
detachable warrants entitling the holders to purchase said amounts of
preferred and common stock for $1,000 (plus accrued dividends on
the preferred stock), up to May 15th, 1922; thereafter, the notes are
to be convertible on the same terms, but only if accompanied by war
rants (if any) originally attached. In case of redemption, the right to
convert extends up to 30 days prior to such redemption date.
SINKING FUND: Commencing January 1st, 1921, the Company will pro
vide a semi-annual sinking fund of at least $2,000,000 to be applied
within sixty days to the purchase of the Notes at not exceeding 100
and accrued, interest. If Notes are not available for purchase at that
i price the unexpended balance will revert to the Company. Credit is to .
be allowed the sinking fund by reason of Notes retired by conversion or
. through the exercise of the purchase warrant privilege.
PROPERTIES: The Corporation, through its subsidiaries, owns and con
troh oil producing properties in many fields in the United States and
Mexico; a thoroughly modern pipe line system of about 2,800 miles;
ten modern refineries with a daily capacity of over 45,000 barrels; ex
tensive marketing system in the United States and foreign countries;
in short, the properties comprise a complete unit in the oil industry. v
The legal proceedings aro being passed upon by Messrs. Rushmorc, Bisbce and Stern,
and Messrs. Ilornblower, Miller, Garrison & Potter.
Temporary negotiable ret'eipts will bo deliverable in the first instance which will be ex
changeable for definitive Notes, when, as, and if issued and received by us.
It is expected that application will bo made to list both these Notes' and the Preferred
Stock on the New York Stock Exchange.
Wc offer these Notes subject to approval of counsel, when, as, and if issued and received
by us '
AT 98 AND ACCRUED INTEREST TO YIELD APPROXIMATELY 8 v
BOND DEPARTMENT EXCHANGE TRUST COMPANY
v Affiliated with
THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK, TULSA, OKLA.
The statements presented in this circular, while not guarantectl, arc obtained from
sources which are behoved to be reliable. ,
I v ! 1 iaMfe: -r ; 1'