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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1020
I A. F. L. WIPES OUT
'JIM CROW" LINE
ISttrmy Session Scos Race
Alight When Nctrrocs
Fr rlWt Time In History
Bhiek Prttfhi Handlers
(liven Equal Privileges
MoNTRBAL, Jnn in The
..hi Indention ol Labor in it
.I aohYSntlon today wiped out
hi color itni'" Mid warned srflliatad
Inf m-itlonal union that negro
i k- in must gi 'n full and equal
membership with white men.
Ttn federation m Hon at th' end
Of i stormy session, Bemrly rHiulli i1
In a "race war" between delegates
from souths ro state ami the nogroM
in. I their sympathisers.
ILaisctlng ths rscommondatton of
! 9r.:.iniatn committee, the fed
. : Iflon, for Iho flrKt time in liiKtory,
threatened tho autonomy of an af
flivcd union by 1 1 im kiiiik the
BrothtrhOOd of Hallway Clerk to
give the negro freight handler, ex
press unit station employe full
Ratmbershlp and eliminate from It
coni'itution the words "while only."
Th" GOtnmtttOO'l report of "nun-
NBOtirrt no" uti the ground that 'he
pSratlon ha.l no power to Interfere
with " ' constitution of an affiliated
union. Immsdlataly drew the flrKt nf
negro di legataa and those, of several
north rn state.
Thii' Ml it voluminous exchange
of oratory In whleh the negroes
charged axatlon without roprosen
tatlon" and "diKcrlrninaiiun" to
1 WHICH in'" opi'i'io iiiw i-oiru won
accuatlons and betrayal of negro
f worker! ol tho White) fta past labor
Indignation of the negro dele
gates gal aroused several time
when " ikeri referred to them n
"nigger" freight handler and their
objection to surh remarks wa sus
tnintil by 'he acting chairman. .lame
gf They ehaigid lhat the life
ofrai' woril "nigger ' was a slander
to tho race.
As Bus fine 11 Sees Gov. Lowden
WOULD ARM ALL
Chief Tilghmtn Suggest!
m ana of Reducing
Reputable dttooni of ootnrnun-
11 V nhonM bo ltird nfftr l.it pomMl
to rnrry (tuna for self protection Hi
biff hi tiiirtiiK UlO IWOeeni rrimo
whvii HWrtjilnic Dm country. In tin
oplmnn nf William Tilohman. fi
mer chit f of potlco of Oklahoma
City ati'l fur 40 year a police offl
Ml In tbr southwest territory. Who
concluded a hp r. trip to thr
Oily ycflin1iif .
" heart II) disapprnvn of the lui
i Mted law n tit In i funnwirylM
ftlonf. ATI the hljuckrra rnrry
HM Why prevent roOOOOfbtO olt I
i ronn Mf tying them when a nun If
the only protection OttlOOM huve In'
timea Tike thesr" Hurh a law would
plfty Into tho hum. of ihe holdup.
Mia Minn who IteflM a, nitn for
protMt Ion n mt a coward, nn haa
n vtiMMtod. hut tho Man who
dooo not ciacyy ono la a fool'
Mr TllKhinah'a r xpla nation of
tho number of rabbortoo and hold
11 M whh that th tlno'B art no proa
pOTOttO that pOOptO raitv or lOOTO
t-Hrolraaly at hotn larr.i" numa of
BAPITTjPA, Jtina II -Tnatellotloa
f fin apparnttia at a rnat of $10,
000 Will follow tho OOOOnd flr llila
OrOoh m iho Hepulpo roflnory whleh
oeourrod oorly thia morning a
am oil nttontUy of orudo woo burned
in iho laioat hiar.o, refinery officiate
Noarly f hna boon OUbOcrlbOd tO
a milk end 10 fund hrlna' oolh-riod
hoyo by Mahri RoJMiti oounty hn
iiumio nonti it woo nnnonncod todny,
Thr Mil Ik a ml loo fund OUMttng Ml
Iho Tuloo World " bo dupllontod
in ihlfl olty, Mro Beoootl onld, Thoro
nro oboul 2on fenflllM who win bo
lOOlOM UnlOM (ho fund la fortn. d It
waa atatod. It la OOtllBEtOd $jOU
will bO noooaearv.
Deputy Looter Oblldotf reported
on hla Arrival bofO from Wh hita.
K a nana, I hla aftrrnoon that an n-
roffed hnii which hod boon poring a
former nonr tho Konaaa itktnh'mia
lino, WOfl ahot l tho deputy oirly
today In an Offorl t' aav IhO nuiii'n
llfl The form 01 waa ouU allKhtl)
hurt. 1 hlldrrn add
Injuhotinn proceeding' lo proroni
tho erOOtion of a cotton aln In a
litialni-aa Mm h at In pow, were NlOd
In dlatilft ofHirt hrra today by 1. i t.
Hhannon, Q, U Bool and T. WorV
man naMilnat sdh tarnlt. It ia al-
ia'"d that tho cotton oin Bomotl lo
anl'1 lo oontenlptOtO building WOUl I
oofiotltuto a nnion&oo n tno booth h
aortioii of tho olty of Depow.
R It. Ttanklti, local roal Ootote
moo, hoi boon Appointed rei 1 1
for Iho Inj'oth Roflninfl oompai
which wont Into hnnkmptov rocei
ly, It w ia loornod hora today. Thfl
plant will rrop"t. at once, I tank in
Invented by a (oulalane mnji, a
tool fot opMniriK oyatara hait a trans
parent able id that proeoBHo flplintoro
A Man Had a Headache
Mm obyob loo fnv him preoerip
I ' "'on "l mil tO ii( I "Hi
Iln dlOlWI pullrd hla tertli.
The oatriiiiath rnthfHl hi tt.
Thr i" i- 1 1. mi. h.tt.i hr Intrurlnisl It.
M. Ml t". - ut, ft( him 1t glMMAHl
anil hr waa rurwl.
UMAttt ' to m minn s na.MT
McMinn Jewelry Co.
Thr lilnft-rftt LUtMf Mnm
II I I I-
BUILD "MAYFLOWER HALL
Saltation Army Will Mark ria'
W here 1'lluTlm Btartod
PIiTMOUTH, Bngland, June 9.
Found 1:1011 ntonc of a new memo
rial tu be called Ihe "Mayflower
hall.' which the Salvation Army
propo'-K to build on a Kile near the
itartini; place of Ihe pilgrim father
hprp are to be laid on September G.
The oeremOtly will take place in con
neotinn with the torrent, nary cele
bration of Ihe sailing of the pilgrims.
The stones, which 'are to be
brought from Plymouth, Mass.. will
be laid by Ambassador Davis, Ltdy
Astur, who Is the member of par
hamiiit for the divl.tlon, and Gen
The coat of the scheme Is 25.000
Work Progressing on
All County Highways
All road rrews are working
iteadi'v on the hard-surfaced hlgh
wyi Lading out from Tulna, ac
cording (o the dally report of Gone
Shaw, highway Inspector for the
chamber of commerce, yesterday.
On May S the Big Pour Paving com
pany laid 100 feet, Pry & Son 111
fMt, J, T. l.antry 54 foot and Stand
ard Paving company 1D4 feet.
Today's Census I'lgtm-.
WASHINGTON, June 1 0. Passaic,
H. 3.. 83,824; Increase 9,051 or 18.5
Monaesen, Pa., 18,179; lncreao
8,404 or D4.4 per oent.
Dothan, Ala., 10,011; lnereaee
3,018 or 43.0 per i i nt.
SHUT IHIKS 1'lltlM I'l.AXK
Michigan Man Pined for Taking I'n
fuir Advantage of Btrda
BATTLE! CHKBK, Mich., June 9.
I'avv, l.ukin was fined f-.'i and
coaa for bavin shot dueka from an
irprane. A warrant hn boon Is
aac! for Edgar doff, former army
Instructor, owner of the plan v
This Is the first attest In Mailt
Kiin under the new law providing
aKalnst Iho use of planes In hunting
"Me Too," Mother!
T want a slice of bread and butter."
This little boy knows what In good.
He know what satisfies the hungry
feeling that real, live girla and boy
have all the time.
A loaf that Is flour and compressed
yeast and milk and shortening In
hound to measure up a a real HatiH
Tlread ig your Hest Kood Eat more
le the "iJread That Ilullde."
The Campbell Baking
Jone by an expert Is a wnnder
'ui success. Wu ha, the expert
nd the latest Unproved ma
:hine. 3omt In and see us work.
w..tcr or Perspiration, win Not
Aff- St Uib Wave.
New York Hair Shop
and Beauty Parlor
FVaiici-Aiiicrt.-an Toilet Artleb-a
It i a I ji'ofid
This Coffee is grown on the
world's best plantation - its
quality and flavor will "grow"
on you, because it is good
Coffee in the first place and is
roasted fresh daily.
Hoawrmo mr Tna I r ' i , r, CaocOa Cbn Jooun, M m,t
YDU ARE LOSING
PEPSINOL Combats t h e
Stomach Troubles That
Cause Weakness !
When you take Pepslnol you discard
forever the old-fashioned theory that
as men and women get along toward
tr iildle, ago they are naturally going
to lose strength und suffer lcknosH
I'opslnol keeps you in roay, robuf
haaith and give you endurance and
trength by overcoming atomach
As a clentlflo tonic for the gtom
ah, pepslnol promote the flow of
Rubric. Juice necessary for thorough
digestion and aasirniiaUun. uf your
1'epnlnol in thin way comhate food
ferniintatlon, keepa your atomach
Mroet and etlmulates your appetite.
QuHker Dru, Co,
Whi'l(l Pru, Co.
(iftrlen'a Dru, Hlor.
Hrlm's rru. Store.
S'riider'i Dru, Mora, Sunt 8prlD(i.
tiru, Co., Wt Tulaa.
H,t Kink Dru, Hti.ru, Urn! Kork.
I GANr . COMPANY
Poverty is no crime, but it is mighty disagreea
ble. Some are poor through no fault of their
own. But the majority of the penniless might
have saved themselves humiliation and healed
their own want, if they had only put by some of
their money when they had it.
Put even a little bit in the Exchange National of
Tulsa every week, and you need never feel the
pangs of poverty.
Exchange National Bank
Exchange Trust Co.
"THE BANK WITH A HEART"
Walk-Over Boot Shop
As cut White Cloth
rut PrnRiie, Kuwtlit Vlklntf,
ln'nch it i. i.i
Horvool Brown CoW;
a rut-s-Comblootlon lOjOti Dork Brown Kid
Hni Koitcorooi mbbor beolo, C ff
custom rnttde I ))''
Broom Kangaroo and Kid,
Aa cut I'alm Ileach Qn M f
Cloth 3) I ,OU
L 1 1
A cut Hark Hrown brogue effect, Btreet
IHfonl, fli'Xlhle well,
Ah Clll Whit" Nib- flnlh Oxfnul- whllo irnle
ititd In fl I If l"ih In tlicfii) nlid'H In n flno
frodOi orjiootn rloioh Mnitary r
As cut Hark brown, glazed Kid Oxford-
IlKht weight for Harm weather wcarIniM.-
ilon or stltotad Up Military $13 00
gam in Biaoh gu .0
While washable K Id ttxford -lvpry welt
covered military hL A dreasy A
low heel oxford tM'l.i)u
As rill lilai k glazed Kid, two eyelet tie
one of iln- saaaon'n now styles - Flexible
rait- oslulald oovsrsd rt
LOUll heel DlJ.f)U
A cut BUah glased Pump-baby toui heel.
This pump mads high at Instep, flexible
welt. A dreoj pump for those ( S e
who ir ear low basis t9l.XeOU
WICHITA, KAN. 4.
41.1 SOUTH MAIN