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SECTION A".
PTLSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1020
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SOLDIER DEAD TO
BE REMOVED SOON
French Government Re
moves Object ions to
U. S. Officials' I'lan.
F CHARGES UNFOUNDED?
Cmmis Fifurcx
Report of Hayes Docm Not
Indicate Ulterior Motives
on Part of French.
WAHHJNTKlN. Mv 1 !Tnnr
nn HrMminl rf.Hi-ho.1 with
l'tnneh fovernnifiil. thi nturn n
h AmrrbMti 1.il frm ttf
mllltliry n- tn I'rnnr- will -ln
alter BflplPtnhf r ir. IKilph May,
nltRnt to ftmr.-wiry lUhrr. rn
untlv rrturtipd from n inli-nlnn
I'runci' to rompl'i" rrntiom',nt
han rnportfil thut Preiii'h lju
lion Ilnnlhjr v"" wnivnii In April,
iimoviilH to h Hmltnl to th--bm1l
for thi teturn of whlrh rln-
hml npiTlflinllv unkml
Mr. Ilnywi rmfflrnm 'ho policy of
tho wr dKpirtmi'Mt lo (Infer to
wtiliH of rrliillVfii mmpIMfly. Hp-
ttirnn from Innutrln will out how
thut Mi pi-r I'Mit or thou who r'pllil
Nxkod thul tin- tnllin In. hri'iight
hnnifi. TllOii- whlrh rrtimln In I'rnnrn
will ho "flttlnnly nml tomWly"
rnrrrt for by tho novprtvtnpnl tn
flrhM of honor tHlrchanPil for tht
purpop.. TIip ipporl dpiiln ill li'iiKth
wllh HrrniiRi'inpiilN for nrqiiliiltloti.
locution iiuil pri'piirntloii of Hipp
Tho rnpnrt reft-ia. to rhHrnH thut
tho motlVP bi'hlml Hip inip(ml fm
rtnrn nf Dip nolillpr ilmul wim "thp
prnniiifiwln of Mm utiilorlnUoiM mid
rnffln ninWorH," nnd tho furthpr
chnrnm tlwit Hcliiiitliiir thn mow
niPtlt to Hoop tho bodlrn nbriKid whh
"tho hnpo nf tho KrPiii'h to tnnkr
thplr ptPHPlirn ii noiiico of cnimtnnt
nnd diibflnntlnl fhmtirlnl rpVi'iiur"
"Specific nnd wiffhipnt ilnln."
fuyn tho report, "bun tml vPt I'ppii
ndilurrd to lndlnito tlml ollhr four
In bnrnn nut In fact." It uiMm thut
will bn unmn niulprlnltfwt rondilPtPil n
inovnmont for tho return of thp
bndlPM. thpy wore rpiiildliili'd "by tht
ri'roRnUcil nwimliitlnn of roiniliilito
fnnonil dim-turn." nnd th.ii "It I"
not tnio Hint thnro pxiIh now hi
Franco nny Rnnernllv proviilriil ef
fort to rnplthllp finiinrliilly, Amorl
enn burlnl plnrmi."
Mr. llnyctt ri'commpndpd thul thn
pnrmnnimt flolila nf honor bp Inentod
nt HnmnRno, llelhviu nnd Hnrnimrn
In Frnnri', Hip iIpiiiI to hIppp thpr
without "soifroirntlnn Into dlntilnr
tlvo IncatlopR on the bantu of riitih "
HpndKtonpn nnd imiiiUith rhmibl bo
uniform nnd orcein! by thn Rovcrn
mnnt on ndvlcn of n wnr niPtnorliiH
council tn bo nompoHPil of rpptoMCti
tntlvcH of nil IntprpHtcd vctprHili nnd
othPr orRnnlmtlonn. ArrnnKPinmitH
nhould bo tniido Mlmllnrly. ho rr
ported, for prpntlon nf hnntPuftpi
hoilc to nccoininndnlo rnlutlviH of
thn dpnrt who vlnlt thn plnln.
Dpucrlblnp IiIh vlalt tn nil thp
polntn where AniPrlcnn drnd now
llo In Franco, Mr. IInypn nnld lin kiw
ninny touching ovlrtoncna of tho enro
Individual Froni'h nltlxnnn nnd nmall
onnimunltlPH wnrn bcMowIng' on tho
grave.
U A.' MIN'U'niN. Msv 29 luntlo"
uMi, ( Hi 1 1 . till, Mi hlpofi Kan
' i. rimlliiv. Ohio 17 lO.'i; Hv
' ll. Mli b I , M,l Hlimon, 'n , :! I
', I" ft.n M v 1 1 1 IniM.-iKc 1 in
I .'I : 1 por ('nt, Ati lilwm ilKfiim '.
31 or 2.1 I ppr rint Sb.iion nun ipp
i.. 177 m W I pPr tint. Kny I'l'v I"
i ii- ifp 7.Mil, or :91 I n r r nt . Hri
ln ltn renin- I,Ml or I I f, tr urn
llnnovpr, !., H.tlll, Inrroowf i.u.'
oi .'2 H ppr rnnl, lohi, K n. v I '
ip rpi M. or fi 7 P't 1 1 ni
Miliirt'in. Ohio, r, ,037 In. r - Mi.
or 2 i ppr Pont, Vnni hum r WiihIi
I2.HS7. Inprpiiw n,IIJ7, or Hfii it i
rptit, iiPihlrhoni, I'.n a 5 iii
ppiiip37.f.Jl. or ft)2 rT ppiiI, Mrl
lol It I. 11,17'. IoitpH""' .tlil hi
32 1 pf rout, Plipplpr, Ph. ;,.n3ii
m n np ti,tl3, or 'i ii r i i ni
Hunbury. I'n.. 1 T. . 7 a I . lmi'i" t
M or 11.2 ppr n-oi, XlllliiHini !
Conn. I2,lin. Inpfpiwo- I. I'm or 1
per "pot Anhlnmt Wl. Mil d
rriwtpp 20 or : i ppr rrni AtUnlK
(.'Itv, N ,1 . :.ii,2, Htr, lll.K I ' i.
(1,4 I (I I'AlllhRpr. Tph'I". 2 77, Niw
Ion, Kan, 9.H71 Ii nn- AHnu
th C'ltV l.fiS2. or 9 ppr mil HiK
ling. S.I7I, or 110 7 ppr , Hni
llnifpr fipprpiip i "f. or -J t 7 i"'i
ppiiI, Newton, lin rmf". I H'l. .'1 I
ppr pent ( irntiirpti'WM, I'unn m
pfudliiK Wpt IIivpii t.oroiili If., 11 I
Iikiimhp r, 312 or 47 1 pn " ill
Went nt n t'onn . IJ.3H3, tniip.iup
,!. or 1 1 r r i ot
fi 1 i r 1 'n r. rlntf fnii mi , nf hi 1'iu 1 1 '"rn f . , I Jr, -a I n ir Ji rul'l U'
i hi ii m i r 'liMi.nl, ,M ,,i ii v u i"l "n n l ' ' ll'i iff I ' 'I i H ' '
fiotn ilnklin; "O .1 ii ii n I The Tr.im iml I ni.lfw bPo i ilio lot lip n. f
wn v ruiiipHriv .o wn pnJoind urnovprpd '.vht l Ih'IIpvpiI to hior
from ppnMrn to rIvp nprvlr I lipnn n rnrhp for stolen oodn nf
hand of petty fhlpv. tfdlih l.oe
.... in.ro, pimilpit utility Inxi week to
I'nllri' llulil t.ooilt p. Hv Uniiv on five rhnrftea. bu'
Molfl p'iiliiuPnl viilu'd ii' ni. nil ii MtulPti KoorlH fomillneil urn'Mlm(J
$"iii(i im ills nlMnifl. iikiii ,1 j,,,ii, r, Hi,- ,,I1ip viiult.
llljlllll loll lilllllllll.
ni!.VVHIt "ol. M.iv 2 I'ldi"
Hrpply W Whlifoul in Mi., diHtiM
court toin kiiiiI.iI i Ii mpor.ll
mm IF."
ytsr oiuiexion.
D.lkal.lv ann anil innil
It tli cuiTiptilon altlAil bf
Nudinc Fnco Powder
Tlil. qulilta heiutmcr Im.
rrnU nn In4rnniiblii cliallll
M itiatm anil lovilliitta
htcli anilura Itiniuitmut
tha day an J llnnf In Ilia
mamof y,
lit cnnlna U rtfraahlnf
ami It tannut harm Ilia tan.
riaaat aklu.
(told In lit (laan tin at
laaillntf tollat eumUia or by
mall bc.
TOILET
l'AKI.1, TKHN,
u. a tu
LURES MAN TO HIS DEATH
dilr-nco Mnn l.ovoil Wlfo of Anotlicr
nnil Klllrd lliiNlmiul.
CmCAOO. Mny 20 Theodorp
LnllnblH tndnv linntmin.1 In finlln.i
thnt ho Tnurdorcd John DonioncoUii
or Htener, ill . tiocnuiio ho loved no
menpoun' wlfo, provided money to
11,1V thn doa.1 mnn'n fiinnivil .,nmiA
and other bllhi nnd thPti wont to
m. liiiin, wnero lin win to mept
Mm nnmr.tii.ntiN nnitmiirniiu' i.n,i
wnn found In H Krovo near HUt?er on
,iny zi. uirro iinvH utter lin dliiin
penred. lyiticltl.s wnn nrrrnted
thrnuKn n letter ho innllcd In HI
Louis.
According to tho pollen vnrnlon nf
tho confpl(in, KnirhlH kii! he
planned thn inurder with Mm Po
mcneolts and then lured Iter hurthand
to n, crovo witpro no Hliot mm.
GOV. ROBERTSON RETURNS
Incentive tn Tol.o I'p lmiHiil.nit
Mnttorn With WhltolitirHt,
OKLAHOMA CMTV. Mny 29. C.ov
J H A. HoliortHon will return Hun
day from u buMnen nnd plenmirn
trip to tho ntnto iime iirenerve In
McCtirtnln county nnd will bo nt bin
deK Mntidny. nccorilliiK 'o n tele
pram received by .loo O'Hrl.m, pec
ri'tnry to ttin irnvernor.
Thn Rovornor Is oxpected to confer
nt once with J. A. wliltoliurnt. prr
Ident of tho ntntn boar l of . r ion!
turn, who han rpnupnted tho eovrrnor
to pnd Btato troops Into Soqunynh
county to enforce cnltlo illppliiR law
nnd protect dlppiim v.itn.
KnthvM ltbiir Ay
CnATTANOOOA, Tonn.. Mny 21
V,'. P. IJIkkIpm, who clnluiPil to be u
traveling paleiimnn of I)nll:ii. Texan
wan fined S0 nnd eoKt In city court
today and given Iwelvv bourn to le.ivn
the city on a chnrpn nf entlcltiK labor
out of thn Mate.
sWteTdandy
to darken hair
It's Grandmother's Ilecipo to
BrhiK I?nck Color nnd
Lustre to Hair.
Ton cm turn Bray, faded hair
beautifully dark nnd luntroun almost
over nlcht If you'll cet a bottle nf
"Wyeth'n Pace nnd Sulphur Pom
pound" at nny drui: Morn. Millions
of bnttlcn nf thla old famous Raise
Tea. Jteclpe. Improved !w tho nddl
tlnn of other InRredlentii, am nold
nnnually, nays a woll-known drua
i;IM hero, becaiiko It darkenu tho
hair tin natunilly and uvenly that
no one can toll it nn neen appllPd
Thoiie whosn hair tn turnliiK rny
or ne.'oniinn t.nip I ti.uc .i i i.pnn
nwnttlnR them, becntico after one or
two applications the prnv hair van
lnhen and your Inrkn beeome luxurl
anily dark and hiaiiilui
Thin Is the nun nf youth. Orav
halrpd. unattractlvo folkn nrcn't
wanted around, ho kpI h.my v..ib
Wyoth's 8nco and .Sulphur Com
nound tonlEht anil you'll bo drlicli'
fd with your dirk hnndBomn inir
ond your youthful appearance within
I
I h.k NATIONAL
June
July
August
(Tlirce Golden Months of Opportunity)
What Will You Do With Thcso Three Valuable
Months?
If you arc not qualified for a first-class office posi
tion, you arc losing from $150 to $175 per month
hut that is not all, you are losing chances for pro
motion nnd tho use of the bigger salary to which
you are entitled.
.Just Think Mow Sensible It Would Be for You to
Use Your Summer Months Getting Ready for a
Biyger nnd Better Position.
Our study rooms are largo, well lighted and well
ventilated, being equipped with large ceiling fans.
A great deal of effort has been put forth to make
your time spent with us both interestiiig and
profitable.
Enroll any Monday for entire day or evening
school. Telephone Osage M20 for an appoint
ment, or call at our office, 109-11 East Third
street.
Tulsa Business
College
S. MAXWELL SMITH, President
E. A. GUISE, Manager
xH5xuh a n h
llANrt , C0MPANH
i I'l I
TVSVJ
The Exchange National Bank is one of a great
number of similar institutions scattered all over
the civilized world. It is a part of the immense
financial fabric of mankind. When you become
a depositor in the Exchange Bank, you 'have
joined the safest and strongest organization
known, and you have become a member of the
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF MONEY SAV
ERS. There arc more than 19,000 members of
the Exchange branch. YVc will welcome you.
THE
Exchange National Bank
AND
Exchange Trust Co.
"THE HANK WITH A HEART"
Values Extraordinary Characterize the Opening of Our Big
SHOE SALE
to Reduce Stock and Make Room for New Shipments
Factory and railroad strikes so delayed many of our big shoo orders, that many cases
which should have been in our stock months ago, have but recently arrived. Extra
buying to fill emergencies and keep our stocks up to standard, combined with the
arrival of these overdue shipments, has caused a big over stock to accumulate. We
must reduce stocks at once. Make your drive to cut tho cost of living by taking ad
vantage ot these splendid offerings.
Hit
fJiuirnnlrcil
Countrm In
TIipm
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MEN'S SHOES
12 dozen just
received. Priced
at -
$12.50
ii ml
$13.50
I or Only a
I'mv DajH
Special $4.50 White
Oxfords '
These, shoes should have been
here last October, but just ar
rived a few days ago. You can
save from $!5 to on a pair.
They arc in English and straight
lasts, of bal bluchcr and button
styles, black and brown.
For growing girls, ladies' mili
tary heels. Priced at
111 Ami '
i
For children at 1 and $2.25
Ladies' Pumps
Turned sole, medium vamp, in
patent and kid, go for
$6.85
Ladies' Kid Oxfords
In black and brown, welt and
turn soles. Priced at
$7.85
300 Pair of These
Tennis Shoes
All specially priced for this sale.
COME IN TODAY
And Take Advantage of
These Special Offerings
Shoes for Children
Priced at
$2.00 t $4.00
A New Feature
at the Park Store
We have just installed modern and
up-to-date equipment for our new
Shoe Repair Shop
This is a decided advantage to the patrons of the Park Shoe Store, and in its installation we feel
that we are doubly serving the needs of the community. For not only is this department especi
ally adapted to serve your repair needs, but this is also the only shoe store which offers first-
class shoe repair service as an integral part of the regular institu
tion and located in the same building.
Nothing has been overlooked in the selection of equipment to make
this the most modern and up-to-date repair shop in the city. And
the quality of workmanship turned out by the experts who will
have supervision of this department, combined with the facilities
of equipment, insure for the public a shoe service of the highest type
Make This Your Shoe
Headquarters
AiV .
M. PARK SHOE STORE
SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
112 SOUTH liOSTOX OSAGE 7.185
This Store and Shop Am Fair to Union Labor
J 12 SOUTH BOSTON
u, jew uaya. Aavt.

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