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rULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920
AID IS GRANTED
TO SMALL PAPERS
Lawson of Chicago News
Releases 100 Tons
EFFECT ALREADY SEEN
Early Adjustment of News
print Situation Predicted
as Kcsult of Action-
CHICAOO, May 26. Victor V.
Iiwbon, publlnhur of tho ChlcnRo
Dolly News, lma released 100 tonii of
newsprint to ho ellslrlbtiloU (o smaller
newspapers which need suppllcn ami
nro reported facing suspension If
Immcdluto osalstancn la not given
them, It was announced today.
A number of nowpapers aro with
out mill connection!), accordliiR to J.
T . LVn-lm iL'pnlnrn m.mflirer of tho
International l'apcr company, who
nald that tho nctlou of Mr. Ilwhoii
and other larRo jiiiblHIinrH In reluas-
Inn nnrt nf IIikIi InnnflCfl 111 tlin rO-
(iucnt of tho International l'apcr
company, r.eorijo M. Jioau company,
and other concerns, hud saved thu
liven of many papers.
Mr. KeurlnK. who asked Mr, Iiw
non to relcaso tho tonnage, said he
found him uiixIouk to co-operato. At
Mr, Uiwson's reuuest, thu paper will
bo distributed by Mr. fearlnc who
wild that this action, and that of
othor latRo publishers had alrcndy
nan a souenuiK eneci upun inn
"spot" markot nnd thoro woro Indi
cations of an early adjustment of
tho newsprint altuatlon.
1'a.Htor (imn to Clcwlnnd.
KOHT HMITH. Ark., May 16.
Hev. II, W. llnrtelH, for 13 years pas
tor of tho first KvatiKcllcal Lutheran
church here, has reslKtiod to accept
a rail to tho pastorate of. flraco
Evangelical Lutheran church at
Cleveland, Ohio, ono of thn largest
churches of that city, llo will no to
Cleveland about Juno 15.
Ontifcitcrnln Vrlernu Wen.
M13M1MIIB, Tcnn., May 26. Capt.
Dabnny M, Scales, a widely known
Memphis attornuy and confodernto
veteran, died early today In rjhorl
rt.in, AVyo., according to advices re
ceived hero, Ho was 78 years old.
PETITION fOIl iJlVOIirH was
filed In district court yesterday by
James Hall uiralnst Ada Hall. I
nr.3CRK.KH OK DlVOItCr. wero
granted In district court yesterday In
I.. J Hliilth iikiiIum I lirriotl mum,
Mary A. North aitnlnst M (). North.
UHrtiAltlNd UK IS Illegally helil
in ilw. rllv lull under a bonus charge
of InvestlKiitKin. hnbeus iorpu pro-1
reedlngs wero filed 111 district ioun,
yesterday by John Dnwey. Dewey
claims thu city pollen have no right
or authority to keup him In J.ill.
II. It. M'NHAL, nrrestnd In this
rlty In possession of narcotics May
21, entered u pb-n of not Kullty al
his arraignment yesterday beforo (' t
I.. Vdlicey, United Status cominls
sloner, and was heM undur bond of
$1,500 for preliminary hearing frl-,
A. '. t'lMlTIH and It. fl. Taylor,
neuroes. arrested III ponsesslon of a
half Rallon of corn whisky northeast
of the city Tuesday, entered pleas of
not utility at their iirrulKnmimt be
fore county court yesterday and were,
committed to Jail In default of JiiOO
bonds for trial.
OiAHHNCH I'OltTnil, arrested In
S-ipulpa Monday In posnesslon of
thrcn quarto or wniMiy, eniercu a
plea of not cullty to poHscaslou at his
nrralRnment yesterday before I' I.
Yancey, 1'nlted States eo iiinlsslonrr
tn New York City olono from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allov
yourself to become victim bj
neglecting pains and aches. Guan
iRainst this trouble by taking
and was held tder bond of $7 SO for
action by tho federal grand Jury.
MAItniAOl'. I.K'UNSKS were Is
sued to the following yesterday bytlie
rlerk of county court- Hufus Short,
f.l and Dora Ilnlllnner, 31, Ix-onardj
I". K. Fletcher. 38, and IJva Johnson,
20, Colllnsvllle; f.well Case 19, nnd
Hlsle Hall, IK, Tulsa; Theodore 8.
I.eavltt, 2.1, VI. Worth, Toxs, and
Addlel, t.'oeliran. 17, Tulsai William
A llacon, 21 and Atoka Harris, 1H,
EXPRESSMEN DEMAND RAISE
IieiiiniuN for Wniw Incrrnv Arn Ho
liiK I'rrpnml for l,lwr Hoard.
ClIK'AdO, May 26 Demands for
wn Increases for all membem of
the Order of Hallway KxprchHmeu of
tho 1'nlted States nnd Canada are,
bclriir drawn up nnd will bo (iresented
to the labor boaril when It has com
pleted Its hearing Into the demands
of the railroad employes, It was an
A. llollltiBer, president of tho or-
I der, deelared eipress employed na a
t ruin wero tho poorest paid cUss of
employes In tho transportation busl
. riess, I'nless lncrrMses nrn granted.
thousands of employed will be forced
to soik other employment, ho said
PLAN BIG JOHNSON DAY
Senator's California, 1'rleniLs to
Jti-acli CliltjiKu on .Iiiiio A,
SAN KHANCISCO, May 26.-H.lt-urd.iy,
June 6, Is to bo made, a lively
onii In ChltaKo.
JohtiHon boosters havo deciiled to
advancv tho date of duparturo of thn
special train carrying California's
ilclcKatlon to thu rupulillcun national
convention one day In order that tho
party may arrlvo In the windy city
on Saturday Instead of Sunday.
Plant are already complete to
make tho arrival In Chicago a notice
uble one. A parade, it reception and
sonic other attention attractlm;
events yet unannounced will herald
the arrival of the Cillforiilans
! ho'istlnc Senator Johnson for th
unuer preseni pinns inn special
leaves hero Wednesday, June 2, at
0 a. in. Chairman Krallk 1'. l-'llnt of
bos Angeles will bo unable to leave
until tho next day,
Dr T .(.' l.eachman. Woodward,
secretary, Dr T. I. Sharp, Orlando,
treasurer, Dr William KlnK, Okta
REFUSE SPEECH BY VANCE
ICHn lhw .Mc'l
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 26.--Thn
twentieth annual convention of the
Oklahoma iOolectlc Medical aioi la
tlon will met hero In 1931, It was de
cldod today by tho convention, now
In session here. Officers choin for
thn new year are l'roildonl, Dr I.
A Krlck first vino president.
Adjourn Wngc Session.
WII.KKSHAItHH. Ta., May 26.
AwaltlnR official Interpretation of
Judge Anderson's derision In the fed
eral court ul Indianapolis rclatlvo to
thu Lever art, the trl-dlstrlct conven
tion of anthraclto mlno workers
mcotlni; hero consldcrltiB disposition
of their wairo controversy, adjourned
until tomorrow without taking action.
Hicvtciy Workers Slrlko
NKWAUK, N. J., May 26. Ap
proximately 1,200 brewery workers
In this city, Jersey City, Tatcrsixi,
Kllz.iboth and Harrison went on
xtrlke today because tho New Jersey
Itrewcru' association had rejT ted
their demands for wage Increases
ranging from $6 to $10.
Honer Wk without onf itlon
I! HINTS "AiV !' ' h
lTflmn of ITCII, EOZKWA,
.tchlac kla dlMM. rrtot
7Vl3rti i ittU, or dlret from
Houtiicrn Ircnbyterlnnii Decline to
Allow Him to (iltc Addrc.HH
GHAIU:)TTK, N. C, May 6.
Tho general assembly of tho Bouth
i rn Jrebyterlftn church refused
this morning to allow Dr. James U
Vanco of Nashville, Tenn., to make
n address to the assembly for the
Interchurch world movement, but by
a closii vote accorded htm tho prlvi
lege of tho floor to answer questions
unci to ' gtva intormaiion only,"
Dr, Vance, originator of '.ho Inter
church world movement nnd mem
ber of Itn executive committee, de
clared that a "lot of money has
been wasted by officials of the movo.
mint and the best thing that could
possibly have happened to It wai to
come to the crisis In which It now
finds Itself, a crisis of Jivere and
widespread criticism, to that It will
coma to Its senses and become more
rational In Its admlnlitratlvo policy
In tho future."
CHARLOTTE, N. C, May 26.
the Southern Presbyterian church
will continue to co-operato In tho In
terchurch world movement. With
Moderator Walter L. Unglc rattlng
tho deciding vote, tho assembly Just
befors midnight voted adoption of
the rnajorly report of tho executive
committee on this and overtures rec
ommending full co-operation In tho
U tMtfit yie twU Nfattf to ri i
or miDrl JtttttrM: htsi trr Kb n 6 LAX
cii, rDtl, hlrm, Jlm ttv4 foM 1
(iKtMu Obutntbl t bvtr dnirrUu, mrr
vWiu Kcnluc li tUH for mnr litaicntt,
hwJB(ftnr f.nrtJ ration. hMtfitfiM. n
A Leading Characteristic of the Akin Assortment
Th world' itandsrd rtmtdy for kldoty
tlvar. hladdsr and tirle acid tronbtaa
Holland'! national ramtdy line 1855 1
All drugglita, thraa (. Qaarantaadl!
ImIi far Uia nam Cold Mulal an trmrt haa
aad ataaat mo latHaUaa
Sugar Is High
Which is the more important for the
human system SUGAR OR SALT?
Hour Glass Free-Running Salt
It's Pure and Uniform
TPIE BEST STORES HAVE IT
Sleepless Nights Caused by
Tormenting Skin Diseases
When the Skin Seems Ablaze I "kin diseases, como from a disorder-
With Itch in Pain oa condition of tho blood. They
YTIUl llCIling rain. illlist bn rnrnil thrniwM, thn blood.
and this explains why local treat
ment falls so absolutely.
Tho radlc.il and rational treatment
Is to take a thorough courso of S.
S. K tho puroly vegetable blood
romedy, which thoroughly cleansed
tho blood of overy particle of Im
purity. A few bottles of fi. S. K.
will rout out thn disease germs from
your blood, your comploxlon will bn-
gin to clear 1111 and you will soon bo
rid of tho dluoase as thousands of
Got a bottlo at thn drug store to
day, wrlto to our head physician
who will gladly give you full medb
cal advlco without charge. Address
Medical Director, 163 Swift Labora
tory, Atlanta. Oa. Advt,
When your Bkln disease reaches
Its worst stage and tho flory burn
ing causes you to scratch nnd
scratch in an effort to obtain re
lief, there Is muuy a uloeplcjs night
In Btoro for you.
It Is uothlnjr more, than folly to
expect to bo curod by tho Uso of
local treatment, such as olntinonts,
waives, lotions, etc. Such remedies
muy afford some temporary rcllof,
but you want moro than relief, you
want n euro that will rid you for
ever of tho torturing dliiordcr.
Eczema, tetter, bolls, pimples.
ulcers, Irritations und scalp erup
tlons, as well as all other forms of
KNOCK OUT OLD H. C. L.
Buy Liberally at This
Army Goods Sale!
Our Army Was Supplied With tho BEST GRADES in
All Supplies. Buy Them Now UNDER COST.
2,000 p'llrs Khaki Cotton Breeches, laced at calf lee. all sizes
per pair SI. .10
Wool Shirts, fjood condition worth new J7 and $8, prlco each $3.r0
Khaki Hhlrts, new S2.S5
Heavy Wool Socks, per pair 91.00
Light wuiKht Wool Socks, per pair...... .':
Canvas Loiiclna, cither front or stdo lace, per pair $1.25
New Raincoats 910.00
Used Jt.ilncoats SU.oO
New Wool Wrap I.eBKlns, per pair Sa.ilO
Army Shoes, all slues new soles and heels, per pair S I. SO
30pound Cotton Mattrcii.cu (cot size), each $0,00
Cotton Pillows, each SI, 00
Used Comforts, 4-pound welKht, iiood condition, each, S'J.OO
New (licy Wool Army HlankctB, 4-pound woluht. full size each $8. no
U3d Blankets same kind perfect condition each $n.K0
New Gold Medal Kohl lug Cots each $0.00
New Steel Harrucks Cots, folding ends, each 90.AO
Khaki Tents, i:-4 duck, sizo 19x16, ready to set up 940.00
Same Tents, waterproofed by government process $15,00
Specifications of other Mzed tents on request.
All clothlnc delivered to your door by Insured parcel post. Tents
and cots f. o, b, Tulsa. Mall check or money order to
Army Equipment Sales Co.
Phone Cedar 569 315 E. Third St., Tulsa, Okla.
Starting Today All Merchandise Will Be Sold at
Such Reductions Here Mean a Saving of Almost 50 "
Because regular prices at Kahn's Department Store are 33 1-3 saving
always. Every article in the store, except shoes, will be sold at 20 off
the regular prices.
Women's and Misses'
Hosiery All Kinds
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Men's and Boys' Shirts
Men's and Boys'- Underwear
Men's and Boys' Straw
Hats and Panamas f'
Remember every article in the store can be bought at savings almost 50.
On Entire Stock
Nothing reserved Shoes for entire family go at these price reduc
tions. Pumps, Oxfords and Shoes with all whites included, 10 off
here on footwear is equal to half off elsewhere.
15 East First
Tulsa's Largest Popu
lar Priced Store
Notice of Sale
NOTICE Is hereby given that In pur
suance of tho Trust MorttiKe mado
nnd entered Into between E. 15.
Skinner and Henry I. Kbit, for tho
benefit of the credltorn, I will on tho
2Sth day of May, 1920, at 10 o'clock
a. m. at 17 K.iHt fifth Struct, Tulxa.
Oklahoma, offer for sain to the
hlKhent bidder for caoh the followlnc
dt'Hcrlbed Mock of merchandise
Ono Mock of ladlcK' hat con.
MMlnft of approximately 375
hKtH anil luvolced ut $1,350.
10 boxen of feather, 36 boxei of
trlmmliiB", 35 boxen of floweri,
20 boxen of novelties, conalstinc
of hat pln, Blove.t, ornamentM,
place cardn, etc., all invoiced at
And the following fixtures:
Ono larco wall caso, one show-c-iHo.
three mirrors, one net
drawers, two tablea, one desk,
ono stove, one hat stand, five
chairs, one electric llsht stand,
one newlnir machine, ono spool
cane with 375 spools of thread
and ono trunk, all Invoiced at
for further Information see
HRNItY U KIST
810-13 Mayo Ilulldlnu
Telephones 0 6 132, 0 6 133
Notice to Our Patrons
in District. No. 3
Your Electric Bills are due and must be paid
on or before the 18th or service will be dis
continued. District No. 3 comprises all territory east of
the center of Main street and north of the
center of Third street
Public Service Company of
107 East Fourth St. Kennedy Bldg.
We Close Saturday at 1 p. m.
To detail the many styles and
their various diversities would be
to list all the smartest and most
popular tendencies of tlie season.
Suffice it, to represent as a typi
cal example of Akin individuality
and quality the captivating
Offered exclusively by Akins in black and wltite kid.
guard of our
new exclu sive
line o f men's
silk hosiery has
221 SOUTH MAIN
K a y s c r La
Raalte silk Itos
iery for ladies in
color and style.
Bread is said to be the Staff of Life. But money
fits the term better. Money supports the widow,
educates the child, cares for the orphan, is the
buttress and mainstay of business, and keeps
the doctor, lawyer and preacher alive, to say
nothing of the woman for whose sake all money
is made and saved.
PUT YOUR MONEY IN The Exchange National
and have a stout Staff to lean on when you
Exchange National Bank
Exchange Trust Co.
"THE BANK WITH A HEART"