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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1020
Authority Declares Brit
ish do Not Own 99 Per
Cent of Oil Lands
U. S. Has Not Adopted a
Far-Sighted Policy Re
garding Oil Industry
NKW YORK, June II,- CUIml of
I.ondnti flniuirlero that HrltlKh In
tpreete control 99 per rent of the
worlds potential oil territory outnltie
thr- United StatOO wrre denied In n
tatement leaned today ty Thomaa
A. O'DoniiPll. prenlilcnt , of the
American Potroleotrl InaUlute, who
has Jtmt enllrrt !r Kuropo to attend
the. International trade conference.
"The American Oil Industry," he
aid, "ha oMalned many linportani
The Real Thrill at the Convention
hiD'ltnga and concessions In MoxIimi,
in South America and in Kwmnnl,
upon thr fUittr of which large ln
vestmonta of Amorioan capital are
While admitting that Croat Htit-
nln hH horn alert to assure the IU j
turo of hor petroleum supply, Mr. I
ip Donne II Mia "It would hp grave
misapprehension to ascrt t h fit the
oil tiuluHtry of the United St.itcs has!
lrpn wanting In either vision or ac
tion." "While iho aggressive policies of
Othtr nations," hi .said, "have but
recently claimed tho attention of
OUIIgHM. thr loaders f thr oil ln
dUftry have lonkorl in tho future
;md whilo not underestimating tho
results attending tho coalition of dl j
plnniacy and business 111 foreign pe-
troleum adventures thoy do not aC i
eept tho extreme view that Great
Britain In It! control of mo much
potential oil territory has captured
all tho futura eouroea of upply
Thin la a broad difference!
hot ween a producing field and a
fTha I'rltiMh oil intoroHtH, he do - j
ciarod, have had every aaetetanooi
tH'Mr government could rondor, "but
only through political and diplomatic
chennela, but by financial hacking"
"That Americana have not baa 11
permitted to enlarge their program
and innure the gecurtty of American
petroleum requirement." he ex
plalnadi "is due largely to the attl
tuile of the American government
In not adopting a progressive and
far-sighted policy with regard to tho
legitimate and fruitful operations of
it h national! undar foreign flags."
"Co-operation and constructive
action between the government and
the Industry," he Mia, "will Mtlafao
torlly solve the problem, and In do
ing this wo hall but put ourselves
upon an equality with Brtttah oil
com pan lea in their relation to their
When thin heanty Btrnlled down poaoook nlley, at ConSTeM hotel, ac
companied by a French officer, eho attracted more attention th in all the
delegatea at the republlean convention put together The jaai band pai
forgotten. Buabnofl aayai "l haven't eaamerated duuk u Ml "
POLISH ARMY IS
evacuation 01 Mev is
WARSAW, June II, The Pollen
lorcee uerrylni owl order fl to re-.
Hi. ii to a new Hoe of dofonoi 1,1
the 1'kratnc, hae eotnmonced the
evacuation of Kie, havinc pre-
vlouely destroyed the hrlilK' over
the Dnieper, steordlna; to an olflsjel
tetemeni leaned today. The re
alignment In aroooodlns In perfect
order, the Htatement flilVN
North ol Kiev the I'oiea are hat
tllnK Igalrtlt tin t'olnh, v iki, who lire
endeavoring to oat the koroaton
Kiev railroad to Join fofOtM with
the cavalry of tleneral Itiidenny
Which In etrtklng northerly from
i he ration oatho'eat ol Kiev, Ptehl
In la general along the Iterdlchev-
Faet ova Kiev railroad,
AtMOrdtni t"' latent reports the
territory in thin region in oheJiglng
In a daah to the northwest the
cavalry of iienerai Bndenny pajaod
BeYdlchev, kinmir poaaanta en
routi it pi 01 dod to tiitotntt
where. It In alloflod, the cnvalrv
kllle.l mneral wounded 1'olea In a
nghtlnt on the northern front
broURht victory to the PolM who
have OttOtOd the holnhevlkl from ter
ritory milned In the recent off in
alve the l'olea are (tonaolldatlni
tkolr linen from the Dvtna OOUtb
ward alonK die llerealna.
DAianille KIIIm Two,
miami, rtorlda, Juno II Two
men were killed and third badlj
Injurod when eiKht poundt "f dyna
mite exploded on hoard their OOdt
il Middle ilver today The dead are
Kd Bhackleford ol rorl Lauderdale
in, y h Roberta ol ColahatohU
I'll ilda Thoy had In K n dyiiamlllnit
Nu'Roct Suicide in
Family of Dakotan Who
linn Twenty Children
RAND CITi I ii , June II
The flirt death In a famll) of
twenty children, the younoeat Ol
whom la J yeura Old, OOCUfad
when BrnOOl .1 Smith died here
The father of the family, 77
yearn old, mill doen all of the
woiK on htn hog faint In the ittb
mtin of Hloiix Kalln lie han
never had need for the net li en ol
Tin- fathot rami to tha United
st.iti m Iroan Oerntany in ik t
when he wan 14 earn old He
nerved four yeatn m the t'ill war.
Hi waa twice man lid To hin
flint wife weie horn nine OOnt
and four dumhletn Three Monn
and four daiiKhtern were horn tu
hlfl aecond wife Kach of the aofta
now wcikIi mora than two him-
Brneat'i four grandparenta eiei
lived lo PO BlOra than II yeain
A8IIKVll,l,M, N C.. June II The
Routhorn otudanl v. M. a confer
01100 with 3fi (tu ln In aitendani fiom
14 no'ithern collagaa, win n han baag
in nenaton at BltlO Itlllai'. Ileal here,
adjourned tonight a eouthem
RtUdOnl V M C A conference will
ennvono ai tha i-.iiio- phtoa Tuoattay
Thin confen joe will continue
IIiioiikIi June 21.
PARIS CALM OVER
Gauloifl Burpristd That
a "Park Hoflt" Is
PAttlfl, June l.i Tho Tampa In
a leatling editorial of nr than a
column this afternoon lUi of the
nomination of flatiatof Warran I
Hurtling of Ohio, for the presidenry
of the l'nltetl Htates bv the rapubll
t in com ent ion al 'hbngo ami it-s
Ittractii from thr republtcm plat
form regarding the tongue of n i
t tonn n rofralni from oommant
howavar, aacapl lo auKgept tii it lha
platform gles adtled impot titn e a
the Intel toitlonal commlwilon of Jnr-
ihis maatini t The ibigue ahortly
ti ro nst llute a permit nent court Of
Inlarnatlonal fuatloa, which Rtlhu
Itoot will attentt us the Amcrtran
Thi nan pa par Mya it hopaa t ha
meeting it The Hftffua mnv nraatfi
it baala on ahloh tha Unltad Btatw
can 00 opera tr in malnt u in lug the
prat e of Buropa, The adllOHal con
'Meantime everyone muwt realise
thai rospunsihiiitv for Rtironoan
Ipaaoa lMll principals upon
News of tho nonvliuition rr n hetl
Iparlg too lati fnr ihr momlni news
pa pan t oommant Many mmor
Ijnumata avan mlaaad (he Hnnounco.
; Rianl while n majority merely cm -j
riod (he m ws dlspntches toiling of
IflanatOf Hardtns'i nomlnatloii,
"l( is lurat) lonprUtiy that tho
atpaotad bus bapprnc.l that a
, dark; horaa1 hafl baan Pboaajn,
POLICE GET TWO PORTERS
l I te 1 1 e i TtW HaVf Hrokell 1 p t.ung
of .fVtty Tlrtarra Him
Laa Portf and hli fat hay, i-m
roller, allegt tl t lgatct thieves, worn
i aught Into Hundav night about one
mile Tooth Of lOWfl by I'ollen t'np-
laini Qaorgn Maine ami w. it. vu
Naraon. t.ee Poftat Is a railway
nlarl fr the Kilsi.t In West TUlM.
The Rtan Wert- ill il HfneH till UI1 1
about $ 1 ftp woith of 'Igartts were
found with them.
Another man Mtapad In a cur.
I'aptaln WilkiiMfii hii ill the nir vih
i iddlad w ii h butlata, Bfllkaraon
find a loud of huekrdiot at thr ru
lieatlng ai wi'h a MWOd off shot
gun. With tt pture of the two 1r-
ters, polite declined last night t tint
tha bad oaught tha nun tespotisl
Ide for nuriu roils box ear theftH or
i tit 1 1 tig wit bin t be In Ht few weeks.
Both men will ha turned over to the
fadaral authorltlaa on the charffv of
interfering Willi Intel state ii aff .
tha pottca said.
CLEANERS MEET HERE
Major l.viinn li IN'liver ildrmn ol
WejMmt IMniMMM "I" l""
ni 'urn-iit I'mhlcini.
Heprenenlatlveii ol rtryt rleanlnir
icntahllnhmenln ol Mlnmairl, Kanaan.
iToaaa, ArfeaMM UoaMana, and
othei niuitli wentern atalen will meet
I In Tulna today for the convention of
tiw goulbweetern dWIatog ol lha
National Aaanolatlnn of pry Clean
I era Ma "r t r Brana win datl
i 'he addroOJ Ol welcome thin morning
and grill M lollowad hy O. M ''hap-
man, pi cm, lent of the aniilhweetarn
I dlvurion of the national aaaogUMaoit,
; Many other prominent nien of the
Ipeoteoaton r'' I'ronram.
Th ventlon will he Biven over
I to the illnnmnlon ami nettlement of
I problem affectin tho aloanlag in-
duetrv A.nona thon,' toplci to Iih
I dlecuaoed win iu prleaa, oriuai'
Ion, help, and trtuhfulnenn In ad -vortialns
llnnlnenn aenalona of th
sontrontlon will bo held In the munl
nlpal audlloi nim A number of rare
h,,v. boon prooored lot the firp,a"
ol (howlng the vtaltorn th. elxhta
ol Tulna. Mont of Monda) will tie
r.p. nt in rldlna over the rlly.
I'lie Uklahoma tlaanori and dyers
will hold their confereni e We.lnea
dg with Hie vlnliora of Othtr etaten
an ancntn Mont ol the deleuaten will
leave for home laic Wedneaday
The Rovernment of llondiirma haa
pnintcd nix ncholarnhlps to young
Hondurann to enable them to go to
Cuba to atudy the cultivation and
manulacturo of tohacco.
SALE INTENDED FINAL'
ClUHtaw and OilckiiHiiw lAiuts to
He Au. il.mcd Off
pMtal to Th Warld
M AI.KSTKH, Okla.. June It.
The third sale Intended to dispose
of all of the $13,500,000 of the Choc
law and Chick saw coal and asphalt
deposits will take place in McAles
ter June 1ft and 17. This property
Is being offered at 90 per cent of
the appraised value put on It fur
the preceding two sales under the
act of oongi'Mi of February 8, l&is.
This law provides for two sales at
which bids equal to, or above, tho
appraisement must be made to ha
acceptahle. The Kocrctary of the In
terior was empowered to et tho
price on the third sale, and he put
It at 10 per cent of the appraisal.
If the sale disposes of the en l ire
holdings of the Choctaw and Chick
asaw tribes, It will very soon wind
up I rlba affairs. 1 f the major por-
tlon Ih not told, OOngrMl must take
further lo tion.
Tho main benefit ta this region
win bo in the davt lopmeni of the
coal mining business Ever since the
minea npnned In the Indian sec
tions, the Uaat system has prevent
ad Mg outlay of capital to conduct
COal mining business Bala will guar
antee? owners and Investors thai the
coal deposit are theirs to work for
alt time, and will warrant larger In
vestment. The most widespread Interest over
manifested in a ooal and ftaphaU
sale has born reported.
Th 4r.K tract to be sold contain
894,577 acres, valued at $4..r.O to
III per acre. Loaned and un leased
dvpoaltfl are in be auctioned.
The sale does not Include sur
face land. Dlatricti affected are Mc
A lest or, Wllburtnn, Bttgler. Howe,
Poteau, McCurtaln, ItaaMy and J
bigh and Ardmore.
To enable operating surgeons to
change their poaltloni a si 1 v is the
purpose of a stool the leg of Which
is attached to a heavy baae by a hail
and pocket joint.
Cooking can be donr with a ItOVO
Invented by a CallfornJan to be
placed under the hooti of an automo
bile ami connected wfh ita oxhausi
Popularity of Pajaman
Han Put the Mghinhirt
Where has the old fashioned
nightshirt that reposeil around
t he net k every morning gone ?
That article along with the
nightcap which wm an eaaentlal
to our grandfathers bus gone the
way of liquor. Sales reports from
ihi leading retail men's furnishing
torea ihOW that pajamas out sell
nightshirt more than five to one.
Thoy ar;- more comfortable to
deep in and mo'legt In app''arance,
the men say.
The sboplng porch and the
fresh air propaganda are directly
responsible for tho exit of the
nightshirt. Also when a mmi
geta up In the rilgbt to answer the
door or the photic pajamas are
more appealing. eK(lally In a
flat whore t ho nelcbbors are a 1
bit Ineline.l to lookVn.
At thg Traymorc, Falima Iratla.
And tlm Hanio lioltla tnin for all
of Atlantic City'a largo, fasliionalilo
A Sensible Oarette
C 'As '
A litrK' iiHfurtniont of nil ni.PH
of BlMtrk Fan.8 now in ntock,
Wt have rtctivtd our quote of
fatiH for Dip Ht-ason- -Huy Now
and take yoirr choice, all stan
Emeraon, Weotinghouao, Gen
eral Electric, Robbing
M CUT 040
Dodge Electric Co.
119-121 E. Second
Phone Cedar 1140
USE WOULD WANT ADS FOR RESULTS
JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE:
Your banker will tell you that this is
not the time for speculative endeavors.
Until financial matters are read
justed, it is prudent to watch your
outgo as carefully as you regard your
But don't make the mistake of per
mitting yourself to get all a-flutter.
Sometimes the expenditure of a dol
lar today will result in the saving of two
Use judgment, common sense judg
ment, in making your expenditures
that's all that is necessary to hasten a
return of balanced financial conditions.
That which is a luxury should be
foregone until a more propitious mo
ment. But that which is a profit builder, a
money saver, is needed more now than
Motor trucks are profit builders.
Motor trucks are money savers.
No business with haulage needs that
can be reckoned in tons can afford to
do without a motor truck now.
Your banker may discourage you
from buying a piano, but he will not
discourage you from buying a sewing
Your banker may discourage you
from building a new house, but he will
not discourage you from making your
present house rain proof and habitable.
Just so, your banker may discourage
you from buying a pleasure vehicle, but
if he will reflect on the matter and anal
ize the possibilities he should indorse
your obtaining a motor truck, if your
business needs warrants the invest
ment. If he doesn't your banker hasn't as
broad a vision, doesn't see as far, nor
as accurately as a banker should.
There is no famine in this country.
There is no scarcity of funds to move
There is no stagnation of legitimate
Quite properly there is a feeling that
a let-up is due in speculative expansion
of business beyond the limits of ra
Quite properly there is a feeling
the time has arrived when accounts
should be cast and a balance struck.
All this emphasises the importance
of putting your business affairs on a
plane that makes them all the stronger
when subjected to the searching invest
igations of financiers who are sobered
by the responsibility that rests upon
That's why I think this is a good
time for those who are cleaning house,
as it were, to make a dollars and cents
trial balance of what their haulage is
A vision without a sustaining force
to bring action is never more than a
Worth while results are the fruit of
vision, courage, will power, honesty,
constructive thought, and action that
comes from these qualities.
All standard built motor trucks are
good motor trucks.
I believe that motor trucks that have
been on the market long enough to se
cure recognition from those who need
them in the conduct of their affairs
should be divided in good motor trucks,
better motor trucks and best motor
For ten years I have been trying con
tinuously to make Wichita trucks the
best motor truck it is possible to make.
Those who have used Wichita
trucks for years are kind enough to say
that I have realized very generously on
Ten years continuously under one
management is proof that when meas
ured by the acid test of time, Wichita
trucks have been pronounced worthy of
And the Wichita family is complete,
embracing trucks of 1-ton, 1 1 2 -ton,
2-ton, 2'2-ton, 3'2-ton and S-ton sizes,
together with special models for special
Reduce your haulage expenses.
Increase your profits.
Motor trucks point how to bring
about these things.
Have a regular heart to heart talk
with that banker of yours.
It may do you both good.
When two business men with far
vision hold a conference over vital mat
ters, the world is always bettered as the
And if you want to know about
Wichita trucks, write me at Wichita
I am rather proud, not immodestly I
trust, over the good record that Wichita
trucks have made in the United States
and in 83 foreign countries, which I
believe is by far the widest distribution
of any motor truck made anywhere in
J. G. CULBERTSON,
President, Wichita Motors Co.
Wichita Falls, Texas,