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rULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 30, .1920
I Authorization of Man
date uver Armenia
Is Held Up
BONDS MATBE SOLD
Money Derived Would Bu
Used in Rehabilitating
Native Hindu Speaks at
Boston Avenue Church
WASHINGTON, May 29. IVeM
rt.nt Wilson's request that congress
authorlie a. mandate over Armenia
cam under (Ire from democrats ami
republicans today when the rendu,
lion to deny such an authorization
vms brought up In the senate.
Krom the democratic side, how.
tvtr camo a proposal to soften the
riK lution by adding a provision ex-tr-2
ding American aid In tho rco-r-mle
upbulldlne of the new repuh.
1 c Tho plan was taken under ad
visement by reputillcanii so that sen
etois might study It, tin agreement
vas nude to defer until Monday any
attempt 10 f,ot 11 t,ale for 11 votf-
fndnr tho suggested provllon.
tiieaented by Senator Hitchcock of
Nebraska, a Joint commission of
Americans and Armenians will be
auihoilzed to supedvlso tho sale
here of J50, 000,000 In Armenlun
bonds Tho proceeds would po to
buy nllroad and agricultural mate
rials and similar equipment and to
the establishment of an. Armenian
gn.itor Hitchcock said he felt
that the resolution as reported would
hae 'ho effect of "discouraging"
the Armenian people. Senator
Lodge, republican leader, replied
that proposals to ald'Armenla would
be received with much sympathy on
tiia side, but added that there were
m.my uays In which aid could be ux
tended There was only a brief dlfccusMon
cf the president's request, which Sen.
stnr Hitchcock said he did not Intend
to support Several other 'democrats
ahn Indicated Uielr disapproval but
Senator Williams, demoCm', of Mlh
Msslppl, declared tho I'nlted States
would be unfaithful to Its responsi
bilities If It declined to accept the
WOOD FOR ARMY OF 200,000
General In Address In North Caro
lina Tells His Stand,
HIGHPOINT. N. C, May 29.
Maintenance of an army of 200,000
tiien. reduction of taxes and tho cur
tailment of national expenses were
urged by MaJor-CJeneral Wood, re
publican, candidate for tho presi
dential nomination, in a brief ad
orers here today.
A T Sfc:
"WOMEN IN POLITICS"
llomiT llngnii Sm-iU.i Iteforc lliisl"
l- mid I'litfoslonnl Women
In Chili Mod.
pi legates frum the Tulsa Puslnxss
and I'rofcsclitn.il Women tluh M
the state corn cut Ion of business nnd
professional women In Muskogee,
J uni' 5. will bu Ml'ii Hertlm Sklllon,
Miss Hi'leli Itusnivlsel, Ague YnrU.
slid Miss McKlrny, It was announced
.it the monthly club meeting uiul
dinner In tin' V. V. C A ejuhronms
I'i day i"enng Miss Willi! will
nrr i'ii the cm Million program as
.1 H mist
Uniiien In politics" wnt the sub
led of an addles by tlornee II lln
uii' n' the 1 1 u h dinner. Mr llflgiin
v m tin' flis! .Npixiher on the new
pingr.im for the summer months.
'(IiiiIih- whli h the club plans to con-
ii li ai W Ulrs
lie nvi-'mM and Professional
Yn , ii h cl.iii will orciipv their own
.lii'" 'it the itui't dnnei" for liusl.
rrs women to tako pllre In t'i.
t mm slum of tho V W ( A 1 u
dnv evvlllng l'or the last uiek In
June ti week-end camping tup n
A number of tho club members
are nrrnngtng to ttpend their acit.
(Ions at U'ike Chautauqua, N Y .
and on thill return trip to attend
the national ('(invention of business
land professional women In SI Paul
Officers Elected hi
rwr, ....... ikn ,... .. n -
i I'lini'l? lll Mir Vi'illllim J llll ...
I - , ... at.. . I .1.-
Mi-i-ii'il hi me iiiiiiiiiii eiei-uuii ii nir
TuImiiI,' i luli at tlm weekly linn h" "n
Hi the Y. M. f A. jestrrd.iy nmin.
The following weie clei'ted V 11
Wtttlch. president, . M Hill, vice
president, .lack Sutler. M'TPtar,
niiil A. Janscii, tl ('usurer. The new
officers will be Installed ut the meet
tin: next Sunday nomi.
Tilts club, made up of salesmen,
was one ear old jestei.Isy. and h'
ciirdliii: to U. H. Ilotihlns, tho mem
beishlp Is now about ISO.
Itev Handjif .Sinuh. mrillr.il ml"
Blrnny and a native of India, wi 1
speik on the manners and i'utnm
of India, child nwriUec and wldnw
hood at 3 o'eloik this aftrrnonn In
the Iioslnn Avonie M : ihuirh.
Hev. Slncli was ednc.itril In I n.l ..i ,
and h.is nlso studied In i.hi nmni"
He has spnken at a number nf near
by dues and also at the t'.iM .lrth
dlst Kplhiopul ihuirh on a puv.uis
Daily Hand Concerts
at Sand Spring Pari;
Summer must certainly be here.
Commencing today, band roncer's
will be given dally nt tho Sand
Springs park, nccordlnc to an an
nouncement made yesterday by the
Two concerts will he Riven each
Sunday, one nt -I o'clock In the alt.
crnoon and the other at S o'llork
In the evening.
Thn week dnv concerts v 1 1 1 com
mence at S o'clock In the rr ,iim'
The band will consist uf 1 I
piCf.K under the leadership of KdK.ii
Macwhytc Co. Is New
Name of Rope Concern
!KffocMve ,luno I, tho Mammbnr Ac
Whyte );opo company will ch.r.tfe '.is
corporate namo to ihe M.iewl.. 16
.company, thus tnkins the li le
name by which Its product has been
I known for so many yenrs. Tin re
will be no change In tho ownership,
in inaKcniont or policy This com
P'ny has been dolm? busluesq In this
oil territory for about 20 years.
At considerable expense and trouble, we have ar
ranged for a foot expert to be at .this store
June 2nd, 3rd and 4th
for the convenience of foot sufferers.
Examination and Advice Free
Let Your Foot
Come Forth and Gain
This expert, who is one of the Staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl,
the noted specialist and recognized foot authority is able
to tell at once what the real cause of your foot trouble is.
He knows feet as a dentist does teeth or as an architect
No matter how simple or how serious your foot trouble
is, he can tell you (and show you) how to gain
4and a rapid correction of the difficulty.
J 1 1H , T 1 J.. .
PAGEANT TO BE REPEATED
Pupil nf InliiK mIu ml ArhJii
tifi.llt I'ltllltiti' l'liil. I
ftluil" tiiu fmm nil city schools' Mill
tie lnlte, tu ntteiid the prcevlim
tton of the pageant. "Tho Foiilstnol
of Know Ii dee.' bv Irvlnx pupils at
K o linok Tuesday exciiliie, June I.
In the hlsh school nudUorlum. The
piiReanl was irlen so successfully
on Mav 21 Hhu u i ("petition was re.
About 200 children from the kln
ilerKaiten to the ninth crude partic
ipate In the pageant. whr)i pur
ttns In flvo cplsnilifi the school
life of the child. The pageant whs
wilttcn bv Miss KUhlro ltronsMli,
ph.sicl director at Irdnir n.'hooL
Woman Kills Self in
Fit of Despondency
Mrs Minnie Prlnm Mosrly, 45
years old, shot and killed herself
i late Friday nlnht at the home of her
parents, t l'rimm, 142 South For-
'.t Mr and Mrs Prlmm were aw iy
it Ihe time of the death and w In n
they returned they found then
il.tticliti r Ijiiik In a pool of blmul ,
on Hie floor with a tevnlver beside j
her. No nolo ,f explanation was'
left, but her father said that lie be i
Hexed she shut lieiself because of i
itesponilencv ner her 111 heallh. Heri
husband is dead. She Is survived b ,
five children and her parents Her
body will bo shipped to Hunts for I
Hank Employes Will I
Enjoy 2-Day Outiny
Hinplovis rf the b'list National
batik arc making Kood us of thn
two dav holiday caused by Memo
rial Pay falling on Sunday, an,) left
last cM-iilnw In uutiimnbilrs foi n
visit to Spalnaw The use of tlm
TulM-iark club wqs tendered ty
Hie dlflcers of Ills chili and His bsnk
I'lnpbiVi'H enpeii to hue the time
of ttielr lltes today mid toniotiuw,
ftshluK, dinning nnd tiamplnit him
Cilomcl Is a tl.injcfotis drtic. It Is
nicrciiry quicUsiIvcr and attacks your
bones, lake a dose of nnsty calomel to
day and you will feel weak, sick and nau
seated toniofrow. Don't lose a day's
Take "Dodson's Uver Tone" Instead!
Heir's mv (niar.inirri A'tk onr ' ni'MU"
InuKl-t f.ir a b.utie of I i,,.l ,ti ' Take spoonful of hirmlnss, v(r.
i.l." i in",' jitul tike a spoonful to i,t.ii,,. i,.,N,,nN f,ler Tons tonlchl
i l. ht ir ii .Imckii i i ii i M.iir tn..i ' ,,i,,i wriKe up frellns great. It's per.
and straighten ymi tlg.'t up betir r I i, , i u h.i rtiilrxH. mi jvi It to youi
tlian ..ilonil in 1 wlHiiml HilnltiK or ' . iil.in any tlmo. It e m't sallvata,
makliiB iui sick I want miu to ro j -m t. i th. in eat anything .ifterward
back to tho store and et jour I Adl
NEW YORK TIMES
Tuesday; May II, 1920
GASOLINE UP AGAIN;
37 CENTS NEW PRICE
Ciracoj to Advance. Rotall Rits
To Centt, Following In.
cieaso by Standard Oil.
TO DC 30 CENTS WHOLESALE
Rjlltd frem !' , Ctnti The Tetll
Incrciia It 31 Ccnt
&inc Jin. t.
ItotOT ctr orn wU Mprrlrnx
Mhtt Ihlt bB Ur floi
thn Uitir r.o u ,ai idll
cult xtr4 on thfl eon at kuoIIdc. Ko
t'r 1 1 Hitnjr cf th d!rt stttt ktj
tn tl)l Irom hl.njlij Oil Coin,
unr thn ih holrl orlo wi
ivib.,iI tn.ni :v, lo JO 11M1 a iillon.
Th stir ,n, ,m ti f. 'folly t mil.
Ulhl ton'tl.l T niiit IMa Incttai
tl r mie'r of tn of t.i litt vptxr
liroatr rmi itl.i )tii-rJ,r nut
llor Out lln.r lh il.talllti lo'llll
prl,. for motor r full llt b It e.iin.
Tl. Nw rk carat p,lc Ii i.w A3
(rr.tt. Ti Atiloirolllc Cftib et Amir.
Ia l,u b. chartlrt lu m,Tbri 31
ryiU ar.4 it l.aa b.vn taewlt,: lo bur
ra',ln at iioal of lit alaUou
fua 11 nr 3 f.rla
Th prciint rat w.nl tntu tfori two
nonlhi oto, It I0II0.1J an liklliu
f t onta lln th ftrat t
IvaiKr (' -4 c
t th I'nJ I I
Usil.e r. rat itfKth W'JZJ
20 miles to ihe gallon of gasoline
12,500 miles to the set of tires
30 slower yearly depreciation
What other, car can
match these results
or so fit in with the
615 South Main Street
Phone Osage 1292
uaic& dc sure to come in.
Walk-Over Boot Shop