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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1020
'!L Jill.CJ.'M."!'. .of. JrL" .vln.!; ', NEWARK HEADS CINCINNATI' rj?rvV.l,on' rrrcn,,y """"""
, IIIVMMIII M-Ul II (Jill ill' l 1VI,IU1.
i Opyrjitioilt, I Ills year, owing til labor' ln-orr, nnnonnceil in.1v follow
ncAn rincn:;v .-,''!,.',,,t'r,,il,lcm ,,,.1,,,,r.u,,.,,c" invwo- '" N0nrk. own. 2.:j8. mmon,
IJlAU V I JVrlJliI . f. p I""'"?.0', l',r nodlc over1 population Mpmx llotml, Iowa. 34,151. Muscatine, Iowa, 1.1.
ULHU IYIUVLU KiSUt;;"-, wasIiinoton. May -New! o.. im:. n, n, j
Iho first HHiKo of It recovery from ark. UrBrft city In New Jersey. n Ith j A i or 1 1 tier ccnl Vr'iiirk'
the ixonoinle miiiI iMitlmentl raln a p0r,,atlon of 415.609. lias nut-1 (jjiii 1311 or S ! pcrrenf W
Bnvm1 Cincinnati, which ranked creai.es ' Clinton, 1.12R. or (, 6 per
CKCTlu 'pwM,? America h Hnc.rnmtr., c,nt. , Mu.cat.ne. .10 or 0.7 per
Expected That GO Per
Cent of Soldier Dead
Will Be Sent Home.
lMcnt lonnrrtiis. Ohio 0 343. in- Culottrl 'rnlcnt Dniil.
,iroair 1.0,! t. or K'3 per cent Hen I-1 IIK'IIMONM), Va May S - Col
ton Harbor. Mich.. 1S.S.7. Increase , TIkuhhh Munn Hnnilolnli T.ilrott
3.012 or 33 I per ent. .Mnmtan. N.
1).. I.33. Im-renhe f.(13 or 12.0 per
cent Ottawa, III., 10. SIB. Inrrcme,
1. 281 or 13 1 per cent. Ilerlln, N
II . 16.101. Increase 3.121 or 26.7 per
cent- Holland. Mich, 12 I 5 , In
crease I,(I7! or 16 0 per cent.
would bring on clamorous agitation!
rrom olncr nation tor Umllnr ner-
j mission anil that this would hamper'
TRADITIONAL POLICY) li'asttnr Krcnch lnu"
I American officers, however have
- lRorously urged that the number of
Fxhumed Only Upon Request r&oiy "mau.'Vat Xe'ttl
0r Ncxf of Kin-Others to j Bff 1
StilV Whci'C TllCV AC. nd that the American govorn-
' I ment could ilo no cs than heed tl o
. - , pif ng of thoso next of kin who In-
Representative of j slMtrd that the bodies of their re'.a. ,
, iiih iin rniiiriipii in I ipir imiiir
WANT GRUNAU TO GET JOBSi
Striking Mtltchincii Inquire When
They .May (ict Itlffhlfi Hack
CHICAGO, May 8 A demand '
t..l... I .1 tl.n f"M.I I
mai omul uiuiiuii. iivuii in niu ,.iit-
e.igo Yarrtmtn'u association, Inform f
Hears old, one of the last stirvlxors
of Hcu. Itoberl I: l.i'H pctson.il
staff, illi', I Iks) nlRht at his home
line Hex (Hies Hiickner Cooke of
Mathews Courthouse, Vn . la the only
one of the 21 officers who served nn
(ienernl l.ee personal staff during
the wnr. now IIvIiir
I -A HIS. May 8-
i . American war department here
'im.'Uo that about 00 per cent of
n, American soldlcru burled In
1 , mi'ii will hn exhiiioed and taken
t,. k to their native land. A little .
, -c than 77,000 Ameilcan burials
!i if been registered by the graven
r ,siratloii nervlce and nbout 71,-4
. ...a l II...... nc. l l.'e,,r,n
ni ,.n i,f tliese koldl.Ms will hi. : that John Oranau, head of the Chi '
i, uriied to American noli as the
1 rltcd Hlates war department tiro-
pi es lo carry hack to America only
I'rnsc rennestcrt by their next of kin.
'I his policy will result In leaving In
I rune" those whose next kill ask
t'ul they be left here and those
whose removal Is not requested. It
. understood also Unit the unldentl.
'lei American deud will be left In
Decision by the I'ranco-Anierlcnn
(Oiitmlnsion that bodlH of American
t.Qlrilers burled In thn zone of mili
tary operations may bo exhumed any
mo after September 15 next ends
i Ions period of negotiation') between
1 rench and American authorities.
The French Government tleslred to
ii M thn u'luliAu it tlii AiTirlriin na
t"i but enterialned n rlous doubts I
striking switchmen how they can
Get their seniority i IkIUh restored
was made public today In a letter
sent to Ciunau by Tl S. Murphy,
publicity chairman of the umocU
'Oi-ent numb nt thn members
of the C, y, A. arn nrklnc 'When do
you ieet to land tho SRc and 1 '
tier hour? the letter reads. "It Is
logical to conclude tho board will
not give our members rrcoKnltion
or consideration until a return to
work, What huvo you to offer us?"
Spoils the Hair
Konp should be used very care
fjdy, If you -want to keep your hair
looking Us best. .Most soaps and pre
pared shampoos contain too much
mkall. This dries tho scalp, makes
jic hair brittle, and ruins it.
Thn lir.ut tltlnt fnr Mfr.lftv is
Mjlfiflcd cocoa nut oil shampoo
(which Is pure and creaselesH). and
1 Jitter than nnyth.iiK clso you can
One or two teaspoonfuts will
rleunsc the hair and scalp thor
oughly. .Simply moisten the hair
w.th water and rub It in. U makes
nn abundanco of rich, creamy lather,
which rlnc out oaslly, reniovliiR
every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff
r.nd cxcesslvo nil. The hair dries
quickly and evenly, and It leaves tho
walp soft, and the hair fine and
bllky, bright, lusTroiis. fluffy and
easy to manage.
You can net Mulslficd cocoanut oil
shampoo at any pharmacy IT-' ve-v,
cheap, and n few ounces win supply .
every member of the family for
month. Advt. I
We require the services
of six .experienced, high
grade saleswomen, who
can furnish the best of ref-
ereices. Permanent posi
tions and excellent sala
ries. 'Apply at once.
119 South Main St.
"RESULTS MORE THAN CLAIMED"
Bo tautW Mr. J. r. AHKMOT,
Box 44, mmmllg, Tmm
PE RU N A
THE REMEDY FOI EVERY I AY ILLS
'I have used Pe-ru-na for
years in" cases of colds and
catarrh. The results have been
Rood, in fact, more than you
claimed. Have also taken
Lacupia and can easily say it'
is one of the best blood puri
fiers I have ever used." i
Mr. J. F. Arendt
For Catarrh and Catarrhal Condition
The. rvldnnrn nf one. man lllro Mr. Arendt 1 more CODvIdcUk Brool
in vnn of the merits of Pe-ru-ni than ny written word ol ours. For
fifty years Pc-ru-na has been tho itandby of. the American .family for
diseases duo to catarrhal Inflammation of tho mucous membranes lining
tho organs of iho body. Thousands, like Mr. Arendt, have proved the
effectiveness of Tc ru na for coughs, colds, nasal catarrh, stomach, bowel
ml ii er rliimilrn nr nnv discatn characterized by a catarrhtl condition.
if vnnr sofferimr Is the result of a catarrhal disorder try Pe-ru-u. It
is a true, tried medicine. i
Sold Every whero Tablets, or Liquid
' Misty Jsvtn psr BinL ot tnt psoat tiiv csUrrb In tarns torm.
Lift Off Corns!
Doesn't hurt 1 Lift touchy corns and
calluses right off with fingers
Apply a few drops of "Freezone" upon that old,
bothersome corn. Instantly that corn stops
hurting. Then shortly you lift it right off,
root and all, without pain or soreness.
Hard corns, soft corns, corns
between the toes, and toe
haid skin calluses on
bottom of feet lift
rlCht off no
Tiny bottto tf" Frttztne" cut
tut aftw emu at drvg ttrni
Mm ' .
3Coi to get rid of iiem
Skin specialists are tracing tewer and
(ewer troubles to the blood. They say more
often, skin blemishes can be traced to the
bacteria and parasites that arc carried into
the pores of the skin with dust, soot anil
grime. To clear your skin of blemishes
caused by this insidious and persistent
enemy, use regularly the following special
Just before retiring, wash in your usual
way with warm water and Woodbury's
Facial Soap; then dry your face. Now dip
the tips of your fingers in warm water and
rub them on the cake of Woodbury's until
they are covered with a heavy cream-like
lather. Cover each blemish with a thick
coat of this soap cream and leave it on for
ten minutes. Rinse very carefully with
clear, hot water; then with cold.
In addition to this special treatment, use
Woodbury's regularly in your daily toilet.
This will make your skin firm and active.
It will help the new skin to resist the fre
quent cause of blemishes. Before long your
complexion will take on a new clearness and
Get a cake of Woodbury's Facial Soap and beRin
tnniglit the treatment your skin needs. You will
find Woodbury's on sale at any ilruj; store or toilet
poods counter in the United States or Canada. A
25 cent cake will last a month or six weeks.
The Andrew Jcrgens Company, Cincinnaji, New
York and Pcitli, Ontario.
a xarlcty of fabrics,
weights and M)lrn
$1.25 to $10
-ewry ilrnlml sliaK
y$3J0 to $17.50
On Main at Fourth
That will put a damper
on old man "Hot Weather'!
Old man "Hot Weather" doesn't have much
chance to bother youswhen clad in oneof these
light weight Hiiits we've provided for your
summer wear. Designed especially to give
maximum coolness and comfort.
Gcjmiiic Palm Ilcach Suits
, -Genuine Kool Kloth Suits
Attractive Tropical Worsted Suits
Handsome Silk Suits
Liffhl Weight Woolen Suits
$20 to $50
Is the price, sir!
Mighty attractive they are and unusually good
values as you will admit after examining the fine
quality, expert workmanship, etc. While coolness
and comfort are prime requisites, style and fit have
not been sacrificed. An almost endless variety of
clever styles in conservative and more extreme
models are featured of natty stripes, checks and
plaids, mixtures and plain colors modes for every
type and taste.
PA U L I N E
PALIS ER CASE
Women lo dim wrro toys, fako marriages nn ovuso for laughter,
lo mii rich mill itowcrfiil. Sim uuit poor itnd dcfciLsclos. Was
sin- justified III what slii' (lid ?
No Greater Emotional Achievement Was Ever Scored
by Pauline Frederick.
Pathe News Middleton's Palace Orchestra
Screen Time 1 1 iSO, 12:45, 2, 3 1 in, I;:I0, Ml.-, 7, fl:l"i, 0:30
Admission 30c Children 10c
At Fourth and Main Pick of the Pictures anfl
Plenty of Them
Booked for four days only Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday May 9, 10, 11 and 12. Initial show-
"k DEBTOR TO THE LAW"
A hlory irllli n moral, hinlng thi utter futility of trlmo aiut li
outcome, linsed upon the II Tc of Henry Ktarr, vtlio, after Ut) jcarn,
half of tlio 1 1 mi! an mitlaw, half of tin tlmu in iiiisoii MpcnUa lo
tlio wirltl anil Nijtt tlio law must ho obocil.
JACK DEMPSEY in "DAREDEVIL JACK"
MACK SWAIN COMEDY
GEORGE OVEY COMEDY v
MUTT and JEFF and FOX NEWS
Show Runs From 10 a. m. to 11:30 p. m.
CHILDREN 10c ADULTS 30c
Starting Thursday, "Blindness of Youth," "The Lost
City" and Other Great Pictures at the Royal.