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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1920
IN MARINE BILL
Measure for Reorganiza
tion Completed by
MUST BE OWNED HERE
Preponderance of L. S. ('aj)i
tal 1h Required Shipping
Hoard to J I live Control.
WAHIIINOTON, A.rll I An
American nicrrrimit m.ulnr o-iriiiil
iitulrr it tfi RMlf.l ntiiiMlii: iourl la
lirovlilnrt in 11 bill ifpnii..l fnvortibly
in til niili' till" nflfi Ii'hhi l.y fi M -ntnr
Jmi'. rermtillrun nf WimhluK
ion, ijrmliitmn "f lb" imln iiiimii
lorn on rrnnmni'f
Tbn t-t t ic. lflr lb i" lht bonnl r
IhI'IIiIi KtcNirmlllli lir- uml truili
route 10 tbo worl.l'a inurkr'a uml
iliiwlnp Ami't Iran foiHxn ioiiiinim '
"itiiilrr irliil mvfirnhli nr llitonuli
lrlvat" rnlcrprlm-, If iiowllil" Mil
tbrniitth Rtivt'i miiuiil If
I'rfifTi in o 111 tlw oMliilirnliriifni f
Ku'll i mill' tlllililKll 'ilf nr nmiK"
mi nt (if ulilim mint 1 1" xlvcn to iiti
KUt-i who rri ui"' I mitim m'
llf-4 plllllhrlly llltlTfnlnl III Ibi'Url
ruiii'f ur ny i h.pw.- ,im bib iiiivnu
llinllllllllllllK II l'IVln III 111" :i ll'l:ll
lllrCUllOII (f till! poll III 1)0 M'l-VP'l
y tho nrw route, II In MutiM In tliu
irpoit iinmiiiiii'liiK Hi'' Mil.
Tills bill li altiril hi cli.Jniuin
.Imif'n ml H'M:ilori McNnry, of Ore
Kim: Krrmibli Malms CuIiIt. iNrw
Vork niul Coll, lilimlf l!iuul, ii-pub-I
It-unit unci IMoU'bcr, Klnrlil.i; Cluim
IitIiiIii, (irrK'in; Itunmlell, l.otiliiliitm
ntnl Klin miitii, Norib I'urolirm, iluino
Provision In irmilii In tbn bill for
tin- rroi-Knnlziitloit of Hip I'. H. nhlp
plnK boiril. with i im'tnbrnihlp of
pnll--lwo fi om I'.iolflo Htntnn; two
from Alliintlo hIuU'h; ono from n
KHtf Kl'ito; onn from u Orrat (.alio
Mtiitn ami mm from it 1 1 Interior Mute,
no two to bo uiipohit'jtl fiom tbo
It In Mllpubitril tlint Aiilrrlcan
rca.itw lap MhlppliiK mtHt bn 100 per
I'Piit American owned nml corpora
iIiiiim anil iimoclutlolm PiittiiRoil In
forulxn coliiiiK'rco from Ammlciiii
1'i.rlH nmit be 75 per cent Amriicati
Willn tbn linunl Is tiormltteil anil
nutliorlzcl to it'sponn oCveiwcK btilll.
ipcratvO or I.iIipii ovpi' nv tbo Unlti'il
StiitPN iliulnir tbn woibl war, It lit
requlrPil to rhuw, kooiI caumi why
Ihpy Hlioulil be nolil, especially to
itlli-na or furrlen Intorints.
DRIVE FOR TULSA
CONTINUHD 1'IIOM I'AUK ONB.
of rubblbti free of chargo during tho
CitixeiiN will ulnn bo naked to re-
port umlralrablo comlltlonn In each
iiroclnet to tbn precinct chairman.
It in expected that tbo clentilnir
will extoml to tho RiirreU of tho
homes of tbo city ami humane uml
rpllef iiKcnrlea will bn prepared to
cnllcet niNt-off clothJnB, wheel
chairs for InvallilR, or other iirllclea
no loncer of uho to Iholr ownera
which may bo of umi to others. Tbo
Clvlo Ipiikuo will also call attention
during tbn week lo tho nntl-cxpector
atlon nrillnunro anil will NimRfHt nlilt
for beuutifyliik uml Improving prop,
.Mrs. Arthur If, Craver, ono of this
committed chairman of I ho Civic
leiiBUe, wan InnlriietPil to present, the
Plan to tho Itotury eluli and to re
iiucst prl?.ps for tbn tiPM cleanup
work donn In each illMtrlet "bo nward
pil to mihool obllilren. Tho furnish
Iiik of freo fly Hwntera by merchants
of tho city will also bo taken up with
the Ad club.
It wub iiIhu voted by the executive
board of tho Civic Ipiikuo yexlerd.iy
that Or. Dlxlo II. Tucker, In chiirRn
of rural sanitation In Oklahoma ami
the only health officer In this ca
pacity In any nlnto In tho unloh, bn
Invited to address a publlo meotttiB
on Minltutlnii on tho evening of May
It In tbn municipal auditorium.
Mrs. Hada CJrnmmct, county homo
demonstrator, was Instructed to ex
lend this Invitation Immediately,
Iloctor Tucker, who Is tbo wlfo of
Major Tucker, a mirReon of tbn
tinny, Is now nt A, & M, coIIpro at
Oeneral members of tbn Tulsa
Clvlo Ip.'iruo Ploctpd yesterday to tbo
nxeeutlvo committee whero Mrs. M.
I.. Kdwars uml Mrs. li. A. Cahlll.
Ticclnct captains nnd usalntunts
will inert In tho public library Tues.
day nfternoon, May 4.
WAHMINIITUN, April '1 HprlnK
field, Mas, 129, Jan, Increase) ln,
412 or 45 4 per rent
I'ltibbiirc, Main, (1. 01 J, Increase
3,17 or 4 per tenl.
Dsrdner, Mass., Ifi.910, Increase
I or I .V I per cent.
I'.lmlni, V. V , 46,3ft&, Increase
.l 2n or 21 fl per colli
Nliifc.ira Kails. .V. V, tft,7!0, in
erpdse 20,216 or fifi.7 per cenl
niiriRslown, H, 122,38, Inireuse
j.i.-'Oi' or C 7 per cent.
I'orlMnniith, ()., 22,011, Inctease
.ri,10 or to fi per cent.
Kiihimir.'M.. Mlcb.. 4,H5, Increase
3.121 or S3 'J per cent.
I.eiidvllle, 4'nln, 1,349, denream
J.SI3 or .14.0 per cctil.
olymplii, Uiish., R.S37. Increase
I. fit I. or 22.0 per cent
Meredlan, Mlns., 2.1, (J, nerense
of the steel ci i pnnitlon lo be a I,.Kiil
within the Iti'inlliiR cope" which was
iirciiiPii in t),r, RovcrnmentH favor
l.i"t .Mnmhiv uml that 'the holdliiR
I fit or 0 i per rent.
Itolwrt A. .Mcltlrncy
I'uneral lilreelor I'honn 4 . n 1 7 1
91.1 Houlh Main - -AcUt
IN STEEL CASE
Government Petition a
Supremo Court for
U'AHIIINUTi IN. April : The
fodi'Ml Rpveinmenl Indiiy ssMeii tile
sopii'iiie i dim I In rih'.ir lis illwl'i
lion suit iialnst the lulled Hlutis
HI eel em pom lion.
ActorillliK to the fovernment, the
steel corporation Is h " ombmntloo
of roliiblnutlons" liv whlih directly
or Indlii'i'tly approxloiHii'ly N0 u.
di'penilenl cnnri'ilis were broilKbl
under onn biislnosH coniiol, "lheii'iy
Kltlnir II not only lb assets and hind
iph of that niiinliei of cri'ilucei m
but the iiilvanliiRp of Iheir llmlna
ll'Hl from llln field of rntlipi'lltiori "
The suit leeenlly was ilecldi d
niriiliist Ihe Rovernmeiil by a oie i.f
4, to .1 wllh two niemlii'iN of tin
court uhsialnliiK from purti. Ipiillun
- linn on the milium will be taken
l'i iil"il fur the Rovcrnmi nl '..n I
II. e nte I . .me "ttiiild mi In tu fill
"r I. i nii iimlei Hi HlitllriMi i 1 I
W"iili .ipptii t" lonflltl ivilri Hie
i om lush i i npnvi'1 in thai -inl
ilber lei IhVii "
I ApH iiiUncnl Ai ii'ptril.
; riKI.AIKlllA f'lTY. April S. -
i AcIIiik for (lie "tali- of Oklahoma.
I Attorney tlitncral H I' I'reellnR lop
day wired Allorney lieneiHl Palmer
HICreeliiK In Uhe .ipoplntmeiil by Ihe
supreme emu t i; a special numter lo
hear evldeiu' In the lied river oil
Is ml contri'w" rsy The master l to
hear i oinplHlnlH of private owners
of land I" (be Iteil liver district
nuainsl the leieivership established
by Ihe federtll su)rrnie iniiri
AMUNDSEN IS RETURNING gl
l.tploicr Is oil Win lo Niimi', Al.iskn.
.N;iy lli'inirliiii'iil Ileum.
W'AHIIlNdTON, April 2S - Itoald
Amimdecii. who set out two years uro
In -in effort lo reach the North pole ,
Is returning tu Noun. Alaska, in -conllriR
to a niesf.iirii rKelved by the
navy riubn statlull at Cordova,
Alnol.it today from Anadyr, Hlherla
AmuniNeu arrived at Anadyr btt
week from his ship the Maud which
Is Icebound near the moiilh of the
Kolvmu rlvi r, and left hooii after
wards I'mm Nome he will Ro lo
Heattle under bin present pl.ins
Service of Dedication
TiiiritsiAV i;vi;mn;, Ai'itiii an
J. LAWRENCE ERB, F. A. G. O.
REV. ARTHUR LEE O'DELL, D. D.
i'nvi:ii,in3 oi'TAiiMrr nv i;. i:. oiii:itiioi,si;it
Tho tiuhlli! Imllctl to Ihi iircwnt. No iiiIiiiUmIoii iliari
AUTO OWNERS ARE WARNED
Half nf Stnlct Cur l'niprlclor Will
Mo .Milijci to Arrest Salurd.i).
OKI.MIOMA (MTV. April -8
Half the automobile nwucrs In Ok la
'lotiia will be subject lo arrest Hat
urday, Henry M'ood, stalo hlRhuay
ciitiinilssbuier, said many, as at least
that many have not applied to the
statu hlKhnuy driNirtment for 1920
The department has received np.
plication for licenses from only 11'...
000 automobile operators slnco the
fbst of the year drspllv tho fact that
the final date has lietn oxlendeil
three times. Wood said, and ho de
clared no mi re extensions of time
would bo grunted I'roieciitlons will
bo bcRiin at once, ho wild
rnntlla nnrmallird nr rrmnTed by
palnlrita, MmMllets nnit proten toe.
Dr. Arthur Campbell
Kjt, Kr, Nof nnd Tliroat
137 Maro Illdr, Oti Blot
Of Rood character nro wanted
In pleasant. intorestlnR clean
work. IlrlilK your mother to
nee tho office. Will liiako ap
pojntmeut for ovonlng Inter
view American Tele
phone & Telegraph
Himiiii 317 III South Ilootnii
I'honn Cndur 72
Yes inc.Ved fellows, it
is hih time to leave
off "T.he Heavies"
and jet linto a suit of
our perfect fitting
We specialize on the
Cooper iim Wilson
Rros., th? kind that
wear lonVi and give
$1.50 to $3.50
Holmes Clothes Shop
223. SOUTH MAIN STREET
YOU'LL find in our underwear
stock any style, any weight,
any fabric and any size you may
want. The stocks were never so
complete as they arc right now,
qualities were never so good or
assortments so large. We can
fit men of any size or build and
do so at moderate cost.
MANSCO. Wilson Bros., B. V. I),
and other good KarmenUs.
Knitted fabrics in all weights and
sizes at $2 up. Athletic stylos and
three-quarter length garments at
WE'RE FOR IT
The big idea back of the
overall club is economy
THE desire fur economy in clothes seems to be wide
spread, we are for it. It is something we have been try
ing to encourage in our advertising. We consistently urge
economy. We believe that people who do not need clothes
should not buy them. There have not been enough, clothes in the
country to go around and anyone who can get along with the
clothes he has, is rendering a public service.
We have also said that if you do buy clothes for reasons of self
respect or other aesthetic feelings, you should buy the kind of
clothes that will be the least wasteful.
Economy in clothes is not simply in paying a low price for
them; it is not getting a certain amount of cloth and tailoring,
for clothes are something more than a mere covering for the
You'll find here economy in Hart Schaffner
& jMarx clothes; we guarantee that they'll
give all the value, wear and style you ex
pect to get in any clothes if not; money
Wright Clothing Co.
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
npHERE are a good many Tulsa men
who won't wear any but silk shirts
because they can afford the luxury and
beauty of silk shirts. For those men wc
have splendid stocks of Manhattan and
other fine silks such as jerseys, Peau de
Empire crepes, pongees and others in the
latest designs for the new season. .$10
up. Other Manhattans at $4 up.
Women's fancy silk hosiery
THK woman who appreciates that fine silk hosiery is as important
as her gown, is the one who appreciates the very beautiful and
complete stocks of hosiery here now. Some from Van Raaltc. who
makes the very fine lace hosiery, others from Kayscr and Burlington
PLAIN Italian silks, boot silks, lace, embroidered and drop-stitch
patterns in black, white, seal brown, cordovan and other shades.
Out sizes in black and white. Prices $2.50 up.
7Va. d a it. sley
and 2nd Sts.
Men s ivianogany oan m or
- X ,1 Liiliolt !' .
Swing Last 12 Values
One lot of Men's Oxfords in Kangaroos and
Havana Brown Calf, English lasts. Reg
ular $15.00 values O QT
One lot of Men's Oxfords, as
sorted styles; all sizes in the lot;
values up to $10.00. Special price
Mahogany Calf and Black Kangaroo leathers,
in English, Swing . - .Straight lasts. An ex
Special Thursday and
Friday on All Ladies' Low
Shoes 10 Off
Ties, Oxfords or Pumps.
Black and White Pure Thread Silk tf -i Apr
Hose for ladies, only tPX.ttl