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TITLSA DATLY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1020
PRETTY CHILDREN if
IN MAY DAY FETE;'
Twin Panoramic Views Showing Destruction Wrought by Sunday Night Tornado at Peggs, Oklahoma
Tulsa Child Life Soon at(
1U Best in Dainty j
GREEN SWARD SETTING,
Conwny Hraun School I'upiln
Crown Minn Mary Hodolph
Qucpii in Cori'rnomcH.
Conwny Ilrnttn who..', f i n; ! t (
with th aiieeea of n " a w ft
oomitu to ela If!"1 '"
make known to nlhera tin' he
hath (lone wlmt he could. e.thr i
ed In a truly vlctorlmi" and 1 i ri I
tyle wllh a May ilay Mo ytrtter i U
afternoon l)cmocrali An-rim
might forget that ft qucr n bid the
right l reln anywhere were t not
Oml one day In tin nr t Irra
by rlpht. Thli day the CJucrn ,f
May relena auprcme Hit'
bothered Willi ii mere lute lull
rclgna pearefiillv anil upt i c
N'o nmre heautlfol )". it I Ii vo
been ih'infii by ih I' iV If mil
faculty for their Mnv ' n thin
the Country Club gnum I Tim
K t 1.411.. ..f It.. i riMot'i. tLit llin
MM1- II III"
wtilp cxpanae of green award tho
WI, Willi gieetl Irei'M 1111 rl I IKK
ground ami a vernal Mage wna
phnlanxed Willi floral arrecna nnd
In llin mldat wna n flower trimmed
Itirnnn. Till wna the alttlng the
queen, Mtaa IMary Knlhcrlnn Hcu
rtolpli, daughter of Mr. nnd Mra
Frank M. Kodolph, n lovely girl
wllli fair MothI beauty, win en
throned anil crowned with ' garland
of flowera bv Mnalcr Walter llarl
Ilrown. Jr. There wax tlm trump
eter, little Mlaa Htumph, anil apwi
cIhIpcI were the courier, ulrla Willi
roao garland, who tnnilo n flnrnl
way for the queen nml Imr retlntin
to pnaa tinder na III" cortege piuwd
In review to the throno. Following
were ticmlilH all in while. There
wpro raindrop, vlnlela, tho aun,
tulip, lilrilM of innny klnda; thni rici'ia
ennnry. Iilnrklilnl anil IIiptp wpre llio
arohpry In vlvhl Krppn cohIuiiii'H
anil tlio mill irrirliuiil ulrln In plnlc.
No nlif cn ovpr hail kii ;or!Poii a
court. Tlmy nppourcil licforn Iiit
,n liPiiiitlful rlrlllM and ilnni-PH ami nt
the luat, I he lilrila ami flnwi'ia
Onncntl tin M.vpnlp ilancp lU'lilml
a arrern of flowrra anil nrprin'ry an
orrhrstra tilnyeil. Morn lhnn 100
took part In tliln oindoor paKoaut,
ami thpro wpro fully 400 piioplo who
wltncpRcil II. Tlm hour clioncn, B
o'clock, waa lilcal. Tlm coalunma
worn Korpcouii In colnrlnK'iml forjnril
a Kranil Hyniphnny of coloring that
caimpil many worila of pralur from
tlm admiring titnllencp. Tlmrn
novcr acpinPd to bp qiilttt no rnany
brautlful children Kathorpd bpforp,
from fair, awppi (jlrln In Urn 1(1 nm
down to amnll tots with mvpot Xacna
and dlmplPd iirma, all of whom did
tlie-lr part to perfection.
I'hoto by A M Kcli, Tnhlenuah, taken for Mjnk r c T.r icn 'Mm irj' ami Tu'si W orld
HbaPUM'A, May fi. .foaoph Kpnn
cor, nil nllrRpil IiooIIickoi, waa ur
renled today by Deputy Hherlff
Henry drey when tlm two met for
Din first ttiuo Plncn the raid linen
WTckii n ko In which nlnn kiiIIoiik of
Jnmnlcu kIukct found In Mpoucor'a
homo, wna boIkoiI by ix miuad of
dnputlri. At tlio time of thn raid
Bpcncer rcniiod capturo and hua
been In hidlni; nlnce, offlcura auld.
Iioula Wnllacp, (i-ypar-ohUaon of
II. A. Wallace, wna aeverely burned
latp lust nli;ht when ho trod on an
lectrlc wlro near thn home, 402
Boutli Main. When found, thn boy'a
liantla wcrp blUlered from the cur
rent. The liucna aro not expected to
Biltrped .Ifirppli Knrpui, who re
aiKiied today on account of oilier
biialneHH malterit I H'li'M'il'" 'he
liilerniilional KIwiiihh oiivrnlinii in
I'nrll'ind. Ore,. neXl .lune, will aim
be cleileil at tlio Mpecl.il mi'PtlUK
It nn aiinnuiiced.
Ii. .1. Hurt, oily attorney, waa
elected pniKldent of the achool board
and lluber Iluchep, vice prealdent
at tlm r.rat nieetliiK of the imwly
elected body hint night. Other of.
olecled Includfl Cleoruo .
Iliiikn, attorney for Dm board and
John Yountr, cecretary. The board
now conalala of Mr. Hurt, Winery
JnnnliiKM, Sir IIiiRheg, JuilK" l. 11.
Wrlicht, fl II. Ilnullnn. tleorxn II,
Meeker, Mr. Ilurko ami Mr. Voumt.
Nineteen mednla for former aer
vlru men menibern of tlm local
llrnthcrhood of Fireman ami KiikI
neei'H wpro prcHcntod by Mm H. W.
Moore, hpp.retury of the local rail
road Y. M. (J. A., at a meeting of
thn member of Urn brotherhood
anil their famlllen hero Inn uhtlit.
A banquet early In the avenltis waa
followed by u j;ct tOKother and
An luoreaao of (3,601 in tlio funds
nf tlm local ohnmber of commcrr
wna reall.eil durlmr llin recent drive
for members. It was announced to.
day. A p roll a of tlm ens Munition Is
now belnn launched by u committee
conipospd of Walter Hovalrd. Ar
thur Hindi. Joncph Allen and lluber
lliiKlii'ii, At present, n strike of em.
ployes of tlm Oklahoma Natural
threatens the city with a' shut down
on all of tlm conipatiy'H lines. A. II,
Hrucken, local superintendent of
thn i;.ia company said that the cor
poration commission has aKreed to
pe.rmlt the. gas company In cut off
all of Kapulpa'a ks supply unless
reuei miiasurea in eon ino striKn of
WAR STATUS END
'Tlio coilisn of Hie president ever argued furllirr Unit the war, so far end the dcspollc war puivera wllh
allien ho cruised in Kiiropu to par iih the Foiled flutes w.ih concerned,' which a power maddened ndmlnls
Hi Ipale In tin' pence conference." una ended by Hid "slli nt cessation" 1 traltlon cuntltitiea to mi-iule this
nilinueil the fnriiier Hecieliuy of of hoHtiiitu s ; ri at people
fijNTINt hi) I' II
tlce." Kenatnr Knox aabl, "and the
only explanation for so iIoIiik was
llin ilellbenitn aim to rem In all
thosa nulocratlc compulsory iiow
ers with which the oxecutUe had
bean endowed for the piosnrutlon
of the war In order that they iiiIkIH
bo used for other purposes.
"Tlm welfare and safety of the
n ii t Ion Imperatively demands that
wo know wn have pence The whole
world seelliH with revolution. Our
own nation Is In ferment mid loll.
Force and strife are rampant and
threaten the il nut ruction, not only
of our property, but of our free
I lint It it t lo ti a and even of our lives.
And yet wo stand and have stood
for mnuths, as a rudderless ship,
founderliiK In the troiiKh of tre
"We must not flare longer to do
lay a return to tlm order of bov
ernmeut of peace; we. must not
hazard n further postponement In
turning our undtiMni deliberations
to our home prolileius. They are
Kront eiiniiKh to lax the utmost wis
dom which wu piisHfHM, As a pie
llmlnnry "tcp tlm executlvo must
be returned to hlx peaco limn powera
nnd preroKiitlxcH. Need, property,
wisdom cannot question this."
Declaring that lie euterliilneiL only
sympathy for the president In his
lllnesa and "sympathy for tlm coun
try which must suffer under him
because of l," Senator Knox raid "It
was an unwelcome task to Judue
one who has fallen In public ea
team" lie added, however, that
when danger threatened tlm nation
It must lie met forcfronled and that
"ho who ventured to Intervene
nKiilnst tlm safe and wise course
stnle, "leaxiK no i hauce for doubt
HupponitiK his iiiiilenllon that In- i
that he will eontmue hereafter ! ternallonally the nation actually and
heretofore In thwart, so far uh lie Is
able, every attempt on the part of
the senate, the conKteaa of the peo
ple, to take e.ny lu'lion, immediately
or lemotely, affecting In howpver
slightest degree, throiiRh change or
modification, the provisions of the
treaty of Versailles as It came to us,
fresh from Ills signature.
'I'nnitltutlonal order, lawful func
tions, lights and duties of positions,
oatliM of office as affecting the luem
bera of this body, he ban notlred only
to bring into contempt lie Ikim con
jured up every power within his do
main In his effort to compel thli
sennte to aurrender Its will nnd
Judgment to him, to become the
mere autmontlons 1o reglstpr hla
manduta, to npprove thlH treaty In Its
last minute of detail us he sent It to
Henator Knox said It would lie Idlo
to puhh any resolution looking to the
Immediate establishment of peacu
that did not contemplate the un
qualified ncceplanco of the treaty If
legally Is at peace, thn Henator ills
Un' d the ti l Ins and effect of the
armistice, declaring that by thitt
document (lermaiiy had conceded lis
capitulation. He contended also
that ratification of llio treaty of
Versailles by (lerniany nnd the al
lies made peace fur tlm I'nlted
Outside or the foiled States It
self, with all of the great powera
Including ourselves isavo only Itus
sla). aie at peace from the recent
conflict, " said tlm senator. "The
powers s'iy It, the Clermans say It.
"Internationally therefore we are
at peace. Our erstwhile enemies ,iy
wo are at pouco.
"Our liatlonnl executive with a
stubborn Irresponsibility continues to
declare wo are at war. Hut as a
practical matter the only war which
ho wage Is against American citi
zens nml American Industry. With
(icrtnany he wages no war.
"Having thus In laws In fart In
ternational peace, having nothing i
Hulteratlng opposition to the treaty
of Versalllis, Senator Knox said It
hum nlnn"! unlvei sally disci edited
and that the senati- reservation did
not Americanize the league of na
Hons, but merely made It safer for
America lo Join. The league, he
added "promises little but mischief
unless recast on eueh radical lines
as will entirely obliterate Us Idon
tllty." Instead of the league he urged "nn
arrangement for the codification of
International law, the establishment
of a court of International Justlco
and the outlawry of war."
Senator Knox satd that although
America probably would secure
piactlcally all desired from tier
many without ratifying tho treaty of
Versailles, ;i supplemental
'I'd Map Mil Highway
fiKl.Altn.MA liTV M.if S. Hob-
LEAD IN INDIANA n er. Wvlit t,o iJur.int today to confer
i tomorrow with J D. Fuuntleroy of
. MSTlNin". nu.xrp wi. est: ,'",t Worth. Ti mis. cngl-ecr in
comnlele returns The-e Included nnrge oi icner.ii ,u, nwu mwc ii'
l.os Angeles, where he had a plur
ality of 9,200 with more than half
the precincts still to report.
Mr. Hoover's home precinct.
Stanford university. gne him 30
to t;o for Senator Johnson. one
hundred and seventy. four precincts
Hon projects In Hie district Including
Oklahoma. Terrell s mlFSinn, It waa
said, utiH to attempt to leach it (et
teinent as to the evnet route of the
highway to be built in Hryan county
Willi the assistance of federal fund.
In this county, Santa (Main,
almost a 2
with (Jermany ehould be concluded
"Wisdom required the negotiation
of n separate treaty between the
I'nlted Slates and flermany," lie
wild, "which should provide reclpro
rnl rlchts and obligations between uh
and that country alone."
KALAMAZOO, MI'h., May r.. -Michlgun's
30 delegates to tho re
publican national convention were
Pledged by the state convention t
treaty 'use evory effort at their command to
Sell Miiir hammer, buy n horn.
I'm- Tulsa World Want Ails.
How Thin FolS I
Can Put on Flesh
that resolution required from the left but a domestic status of war ere
president tho performanco of any act l ated by n legis'aMve declaration of
or duty In order to secure peace. Ho
argued that If any resolution waa to
be offeollve II would havp to be self
operative. launching Into a 30,000 word dis
cussion of his resolution, the senator
ttald cmigrcH Hail the power to "uu
about .11) employes ale taken. must step aside or be crushed
war, with tut hostilities, heretofore
or now exlalent or possible In tho ter
ritory ovpr which this paper status
exists, It Lo nor only legally Round
hut economically morally nnd pa
triotically necessary and Indlspensa
bio that wo at once renenl the dec
make" any of Its acts and conse- laratlon of war nnd so Immediately terdnv
qtientty nail tlm power to repeal tin
resolutions declaring a state of war'
with the Imperial flerman govern-1
incut and with tlm Austrn-Iliingarlau '
Pointing out that tho war declara
tion by congress was directed against I
thn Imperial Herman government,
Senator Knox anld that government
had ceased to exist and with It the'
enemy named by congress. Ho
Continue oil Ciec
OKLAHOMA CITY. May S Hear
lng of complaint against Sinclair Oil
.t HeNnlng company, alleging the
sale of gapollno by mlstnki tor kcro
actio nt Lindsay last Fohruary, lion
bcin continued until torn rrow by
the state corporation commission.
The case waa first set for hearing
obtain the nomination of Senator
Hiram W. Johnson for president unit
to stand by him as long ns ho has
a dunce for the nomination.
A heated contest developed In the
meeting of the resolutions commute I
when Johnson supporters sought to
effect a. stronger Indorsement with
an Iron-clad pledge for their candi
date and were opposed by barkers
of Major Oeneral l-onard Wood, i
who carried eight of tho congres
sional dlstrictH in primary, although
Johnson won a statewide plurality
If ynu are "CAk. thin and etn-iclatM
nit ean't put en flnnh or Kit uronir, no
matter how much joil eat, no In II. i:
Cletmsn una fre' onouch lllood-Iron
PliotphaU fur a lliri-n elt' treatment
ami lau It aa directed. If at the en.l
' if Ituee wreka ou it-tii t fel atrenper an-1
belter than ynu have, for tnnntha; If your
oea aren'i lrlahr and iur tifn-
ateailler. if jcu iton I ateep heiter, an-l
ynur lni vUor an.l iuitiy aren't mora
'than double! or tf ou hacn't put nn
aeveral pnun-la of gnnl atay-tlicre fleah
you ran liic eur mono lin.-k for tha
aaklna- anil Illooil Irun l'hoaptialo will
-coat ou nothlnx,
,,. : , I w J l.'n, nil'IIIlTANT llloo..trnn l'limpliale I.
whom supported Wood in the pr ,,,, ,, , rii!lnttl imrUimra, luntululiK
mary race, were chosen by the con- leniuisli fur lliree ueeka' treatment, nt
Velltlon. I .SO per pm Kiibiv onlj- Slip a eek, Ailt.
Otu I'lltz, local conslnhle, hua re.
slcned to accept tho appointment
of Juitlco of Hie peace hero to suc
ceed J. J. McDonald, who disap
peared several wcekri ngo. Tho
county commission today approved
the appointment of Vr. ns Justice.
A new conMabln will probably he
nptiofitted b.foil- th commlsalnn
Marrlngp licenses were leaned to
the following hero todny: (Jrnnt It.
Fuller. 29. Concordia, Kan., to
Anna Oregory, II, Aflon, nnd Loyal
Ferrell Tuttle, 2S, to Valarlo 'Vivian
Sturnes, 20, both of Tulsa.
Mrs. Mabel Hasvett, county hu
mane agent, returned today from
Oklahoma City, where alio went
Monday evening to hear Hilly Sun
day, the evnngellit now nt the cap
Hal. Mrs, Hasnett was Impressed by
tho system used In tho evangelist's
UbernAclo for taking oaro of tlm
babies of women present. Tho In
fanta are checked at a nursery nnd
each given u number, alio catd,
When tlm babo lequlres attention
an announcement is mude from the
Platform that "number sn.and-so Is
wanted In thn check room," Mrs.
iha high school basuball team
tills time as guests of tho Klwanls
club. Yesterday the Itntarluns en
tertained tlm loam with luncheon.
A now secretary of the locul Kl
wanla chfti will be elected nt a spe
cial meeting In the rhambcr of com
merce club rooms Friday night to
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W'omen'ii complaints often prove
to be nnUilns else tint kidney
trouble, or the rwiult of kldnoy or
If the kidneys nra not In n Imalthv
condition, they may cuUgU Uio othor
organs to lieuoum dieaneii.
l'aln In the back, headache, low of
iiimi!iiii, uvi vuuuni-sa. are often
times eymptoinu of kidney trouble
Don't delay starting trea'ment. Dr.
Alinicra hwump-tlooi, tt phyou-ian a
prescriptlop, obiulned at nnv cti-u
store, may be Junt the remedy need
ed (o overcome hucIj coudlltiuis.
Oct n medium or large size boitlt.
Immediately from any drug tore.
However, If you wish first to test
this urcat preparation semi ten centa
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., lllnicluimton,
X Y lor a sample bottle. When
writing- be sure and m nation Uiu
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