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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1920
1
COAL EMBARGO
MAY BE PLACED
Federal Officials Con
sider Plan to Ef
fect Relief.
FUEL SHORTAGE FACED
Itriodfl Situation Reported In
East" Marine strike and
Congestion Art Cauaaa,
U i r a. - kttMj PMM
WASHINGTON, ftffli l. -An m
i , n mitl ftportl mm ii HfeMIM f
rt I.- vine, NM kMII furl Rhtftftift In
vmtoiii p-pcilon f thr rnuntiy
taki'fi up for nuiiM'l riln l"iy hy
v. ml flcpurtitiMii "f ih v. vi rn
in ni
itirrt from BalMitf tc tHa
Intfr.Hintr r -ihih' rrt nrnmlrilfn
Mv loin .r .i i i ih H ti r ,m
ouh iiui hi soma wuBicipallilti only
two d$yi iiipply i on hand 0 vor
nor Cootldfr of MAMMOhUMtti haa
Illllit MI" l 1 ' 'I I ''H .th f I I ' lll'f
Oth tr RMtlon ol l hi Bonn try at
fHHt I" (in facing Him 1 1 r ir tltt in
MHI'"ij:I) I'I'I M l''ll t ff rtl'd III
l.Oliii- CAM!
The n iwt.y MAgM lOfl frW which
tin eountri Km litii fulU icovtfd
nti'l !;' ir.kf nf inniU'r Wtu kra in
numb i i r Atlftntli porta mm nn
Ida ad priiiiipui contrlbuUnj f
atri tna pffMtfM itlUAtloa
Brajdletton of ha hi mful in
ffluanoa 'f lhaaM iw fa'tni w.i ItM
ubjtcl r dtaouaaloh lodtjf btji n
Attorney Qanaraj I'ulmai fend in'm
i i of i lit- i . 1 1 1' i n 1 1 commit oa oofn
inifM on,
Maana of daoiing with rail oona
iidii ftnd morlna loboi trotiblaa Hard
umt' Itood 0 huve hi t n m.i"t
up n
Iti'atoi athn of norliuil H nn-'rta
t!vn t ' lullilont by rnitrua. Imw
var, (ft ibIm Mid, would noi briaa
oumjtli i rotlaf from the cool aJiort
otf knd tborofora mi- qtiMtton of un
fni I'ji i go, litn I lOT to thai ilurlma I a at
fun tool Rink', in oontldorod!
Had I'nui r i Hiring War,
TMirliiM IhO Tool admlnl
mi. it Ion art! 0O0W hh" I of power lo
rl' larc an aSDOl t ani uruo on conl,
hut Ihti tianafi'i t f ( I .ulut UUHt r,i
Upoi pjowtri ( i ha dlrootor aoaofal
of the foJIwoi odmlttloArotlon "i the
mom recent plootflfl f tfiaj rtlictor
Keuornl e pawfff In the OOOdi of the
OOtirafaVy of th Interior, hnvn
led th (iiethii of whether an
ombargo oouTd ba laid withotu ml
dltlrntl tRlaUton
Mam bora ol i ba latojaajtajti ootii
mrrrc OORtRllaolOfl hi I aald in hOd
thai tha ooaitnlaalon tiii(t not pul
an ambofffo "n aicopi bjidlrootly
by mtoni of BOf aantK'mnent ordea
whh h would altmlnota tha aupply tif
tuira for ih tra naportat ion "f auch
coal to thr pot Ih
Should tha amorfraeg become guff
flclc'nily Krcat book offlclala declare
that the attorney fjiujcial mlirht act
undt'r I . vcr food and fun) control
a tn pUt'f an cinh.trico on emit.
DEMOCRATIC CHIEFS MEET
Tnnirnrl, Muridiv Mai OtOig thither
tit French I.Uk MirliMra.
KHKNCII LICK tirillNdg. lnd.,
June 1 5. Thoinaa TagKart, demo
cratic no.nlnco for llnttad Htatca
nator ffOBI I ndlana, t'harlca T.
Murphy, of Tommaay HalL Qaa
Ofnor Smith of New York, Senator
WatHon of VlrannlOi and many nthara
pro tnl ihmii In dnnmci atlc circle are
OB joying a "reat" at Krenrh Uoh
and no plana for the dcnunratlc na
tional convention am hclna; dla
OUaaod, Mr. TaKK'iit ilcclarcd totlay.
Ha porta that ih oonvoaMoa m hainu
"flXOd" at French l.lck tol.iv. ntOVOd
Mr Taavarl to mako a aaplafnonl da
glaring thofa araa no political aitc-
nlfit an c nltui hed t the meet at
French l,t k.
TO ENDORSE LA FOLLETTE
WImi I'lultl Slll-I'illllllll I . .IKIIIT- ll
BMk Sciiiilor'a MIhuv
MADIiOff, Wm, .1 ii tn 15.- The
Wisconsin branch ot iht Nnntmi'ii
Kn ItWKUr If t l. ''.! lo K(l I'll rfl
orl linn uiiuiirrow un cnilorilnM ihi
pit tin Hint.- tlokal of i in ii Kiiiii'tiv
faction, from JijlnM ThompMn tot
t h Unllfld siiiifM Kin. Hi' uml J .1
Uliihu' for (ho Kovi'rnornhlp to tho
mom minor tfftri'.
Tin- dtlMftlM from 3 DOUntlM
arc ttihti'iu tt-tl foi Uliiine. Tho oon
vrntlon Ih to uilot a pllrlfprm fOf
Ihi' MAti HI'llMtot'lilt hiiiI i-oiiic.H.
ridhal 'ni'iilKn thut la 'll to ba
pi'in tti iiiiv lha lama aa tin upon
wlilrli tin' I .a l'"llrttr i ain1l.l.ili' will
m.ik.. t lift i rni-i'.
Rich Widow Admits Taking Cans
. 'Iitvajl flt jal9 aHafFuMabjab,
jujariLjff Rgnyalibjg'lw Biay'
v WTtfMHIBaaaW ' 'VWWWhiCi
gnr aTga nflfXfll ii f1fctaaaMT r?
I.
CJa r'l .
lilamintf faailnatlon for rurila for hor pllvht, Mm Kv.'i H. 'llrnxon,
wlitotv ..f a ChlcuKO liankar. who la chargaoT with th- th-rt of r'ni" and J
moni y from a woman In whom' apuitmont ho In alh gi il In luiv loat '
Mem v at pokar. tolil of n,. hl(b atakrn pluyi',1 fur : u vHiiue or woiurn
protnlin'til um lally In Nrw York Mm. flleaaon haa an IMOIM nf ll,(tl a
yfar. ami, aooordllll to hr iitoty, within a f w t thu hail lorn must jf i
It. Tha lanm ! tuk. fi..m Ilia h f Mm Ch-HiT 11. ("urty of Ni'W
Voik, anil urn valui'd at l,uu. Tin y havn I n ntiirni'il.
MARSHALL SEES
CHANCE TO WIN
Saya Republicana Ho
So Well Pleased With
Harding Now.
HA f 1IANCiaCO, Jung S1B.
Tha' th ropublloan laadofg arg tagg
well plaaaad with th-' aominatlog of
aanaiai Warran 'V Harding, eandl
data for tin pfgatdaficy tanighl than
they w ere laat Hnturday, waa de
c la red hy V ice I'reaident Mai aha 1 1
on bta arrival hora tonight i at
:cnd the democratic nattoaal con
yantlon
Tho lag preaident addod he BrM
not a oandloota for tha praaldi nay
hut t ha contrary waa about i ra
tire ft on i pohth Me lt and that
tha rapublioang wora m arrorlftha)
aaaumad the aloction of Baaator
Harding wa foratrona concloaion
and that rrraldant Wllaon did not
want a thlid tai n but Id he nom
laatad and glat tad for ona if ba did
t tf .Senator Hat ding 'a and I dm .
tha vt a praaldoni aala
"The raptihllcana ar not en wall
plaaaad now a thry were aatttrday
night Paraonalli i have hinh ra
gard f"i Baaator Harding I wtfuld
go anything for him aaevpt voia for
him Tin rapuhltcana r- mahlag
tha mtataka of ihalr llvoa In think
ing of the N'nx fin bar elect Inn a I
foragona oonnluatoaj and f tha di vn
ooratn aa n dlaorgantaod, dafaatad
party Thev R.llng fn find III
verv much alive In November "
r Martha 1 1 decried lavtgh cx -pandMliaa
of mnnrv tn BOIUlactlon
with ureal dent In I lafllMlgni 1 1 WAX
Mdtahaartanlng." he aaid adding thai
ha fograttod "tha rapttblloaaa were
not the only gtiUty onaa "
if the dantoaratlfl oonrontlon and
hti owti pari s dalagata in it. the
rfoa pi aaldani aald i
MJ nm here to prnmot paaoa and
ffood will a.nnmr tha domocratl n
thla romlnir convention ' Ha id ao
far h m tha oonaantloa a aonggrnad.
"there no Irtah Quaattan' and af
prtilnhltlon gnforoamaWt h declared
"Nothing In ao detrimental to tha
country a tha paaaatd of lawg aad
the Iffnorlng of thone aam lawa '
Mr M I rah all 'g referenci to hla re
ti--reft waa In nitawar to nn la
I qulrar'a quaatloa aa tn whether b
w iff n enndlrlatf for the democratic
praaldenttal candidacy
llh an waver waa
"I tWI in old man Wha line torn
hn hair for Kryan. alaved for pgr-i-
and dOWg hla hardnut for Wtleon
and 1 am gboUl ready ! retire from
TWO LUNATICS ESCAPE
Rome ht'f llcr Nvrtlnn of Hod OOM
tookl ii h i Ton Mm fWhstefl
In bo in raiiL'rii lli N
Infornwllon ihai two fhrn "d-
mnfad In IfltaltMt" ar. on their wv
la Tklaa haa hm-n faoatvad by Mr
HallM iio .iv. hfinif arvl'' ri'lary
for thr Tu1a ronn'y tt'tl "rn from
homo aatrlca HapaHfnanU at To-
Pka, Ktti nti'l Vltiltn
Tha talafeTajn aanl Mofi'tf from
Tnpaka wai an telloiwa "Balph wb
baft n dlanharcad inmnf aoldlar n
rapad from mothaf lio wtaari Br- f-n
hal with how in thi- back, black coat
ila, k blua pant, arm ihoai hi, irk
ami whi'" xrlpi'd hirt: fi frit II
Ifiohaa, If ha comaa tn y6nr offlrr.
hold if poairibla ami wlft n"
V 51 Hlmmii, fea4 of tha holM
irvli at Vinlta. had Iho followilM
to hv nhont a man ralllnu' hllfiattf
Frank Da waa, who wa employrd In
'lnlla for a nhorf tlnio aa nwlti-h
man "1 InlomlPil to flva tha man
mnr tltrn bafofa hr trft horr. hut
h irot out of town hrfori- I COUld
gi to him. hxaillPK for Tutaa Tho
raltroail paopla ballava that hi mind
is affariad, if thi man ahoura up,
Rlbdlv hnvi him Invoniliratiol nml I
ballava that you win finrt1 it naoaa
aary tn aommH him to omn iiinti-
tutlon for treatment '
MAY TAKE ICE PLANTS S 'I
gatlon from thr Ilnnton liar aaaorla-
Hon vtditrd th" dapartmani of iuatlea
aa ai . a u.. ' to urotiat hla appolntmurt of I-iml
Mayor Walton Announora Hr Iter Khar ,0 aS Unltad itataa dla
t all S--lal i:i-tlon to JVnialrtrr , -ttorni for th" Boatotl 'IlKtrirt.
In a talagraaj to Praatdani WIumb
HafahUihlfaj Masks' pal nurti
OxfuAMt 'MA fITV, J'ine 15 - May
or J. t Walton in a Mataajiaill t".
night daelarad ha wcaild rail a pr-
rial rirrtton In thin rlly to votr on
a propoaal In ratatillah muni 'it i!
ica pianta. Hr darlafftd thia laainad
to I." thr only way of aattllna thi
rliffii uliy glowing out M '" atrlki
"f let ilrhrra whlrh hrgan
w.i-k Th" mayor iiiii noi aal a datp
whr.i thr hctlon will I"- oallad.
Hop for an rarly BtttU tnrnt of
tha diltatonrra lirtwfi n the :n mm
uaaaturara anil tttalr anion driaar
.mil h' lprra dlaapPaarad Ihl aftci
noon whin, acoordlni 'o mnnufa-'t-oi.
na oflll ala, thi- attlkrri fajactad
in offrr lo aithmit all dlffrne I.
twren th a'rikrra and omployra to
a l.onr'l of aroiirallon
DallVrry Of ! lo all ri-Mlnna of
lh' Oily had practically Oaaaad to
day, it war atatrd. hut anyone could
obtain lo by applying nt tna looka
NEW PALMER CHARGE
claim Madkt Thai Hr mded i iirml
Palronaar ro, tajppurt for i'ni
danoy In Waaaarhnactta,
WASMINOTONi Jtmr 15. At
torney Qanaral Palmaf probably win
tr raeallad bofor t te nat eont
mittaa invaatlgating primary alao
thr apciclatlon call tnr appoint: Qt
a "puhllr calamity" and thn ch.-g,
la hrlng openly mad that thi at
torney general traded tha fi l-ral
herth In flu-n for thr promt) of
li leg.vnn to hai k hla camlldary f,)r
president at the sun f ranolsrn to
rent Ion.
CaVMIM Figurvit
WAI1IINOTON June 1 1 lahna
town. la., t7 3J7, Increaar I I 85,
or 2 1 ! par at nl
fork, Pa., 17,ll)l, Inrreaaa 2,"4!,
. per rent.
ll.iv. i Ml Maaa .l HM Inrrraue
1,111 or J.i per rent
Atirriteen H. 1 1. I.llf! Inrreaae
1,74. or per rent
MlHliawaka, lnd, 11,191, Inn eaae
5 ir.n in 27. H per cant
riaMOUt, 1 1 h io, r.',4(H. lti'Tea""
.50 or per rant.
Went Alllr. VIh, U.7H6, Inrreaae
7,Un or lov l pel m
Oalumbui, Miaa. 19,11 Inai aa
1 .r. II or 1 n K per rent.
MAKE ROOM IN POSTOFFICE
Uayfaaftong to Dadaraja PWMttttea win
Hi c ii at Onoa
Raojuaai mau- by (ha Tutaa poat-
offlce far the addition of g whole
ali mi imp window, a ' I dell
cry window, and two aaCtlOlia of
battM a Ith lurx btni In order to nlve I
battar aervlca to Iho public haa re
Oatvad the favotahle attantlgn of the
treaaurv depart tm-nl and the nltor-
at ion win probably ba authorlaad
Immediately, John II. Mcge RUpar
Inlenttetit of miilta, aanl vei fla v
Tim addlUotia win ha affaotad 1
thrmigh tha ixtcnaiou of tin- iimiiry
ordar dapatmant lobby Into work-
rpjBtn apace
BBS
atBBBBySaVBBtWkaV
IBSBS i
&3 !
DENVER
invites you to use
her new $250,000
FREE
a a art'
M VACATION AUIO uamp
IN THt MUUN 1 AINO
visit Rocky Mountain National Park, Mesa
JSjfSS Verde and Denver's Mountain Parks. Enjoy
Camping, Fishing, Motoring
in cool Colorado. Reduced Railroad Rates
WRITE FOR FREE BOOKLET
tliot tells where to go and what to see.
HRANCH BUREAUS:
Chicago. St. Louu. JUnaaa City and Colorado Spring!
The Wave Lasts
Teip:tr hot waathr, water or
paraplratlon thr hair aril I remain
luatrou and wa y arhan porntan
witly wavnl by our nirtho.l
r'rani o-Am t Iran toilet prrpara
UOH! will improve your complex
ion. Try them.
New York
Hair Shop and
Beauty Parlor
71 17th St.
Illenwr fnlii
I
AN OLD -RECIPE
TO DARKEN HAIR
Sage Tea ami Sulphur Turns
Gray, Faded Hair Dark
a nil (Hussy.
Almost i vi ryone knows that Kaua
Tea anil Sulphur, properly OOm
poimtlail. t'l itiBB ha. k th natural
color ami luatar to tha hair when
fadad, aUraakad or ry Yram ago
the only way to Ret thla mixture
was to make it at Kama, whlrh la
miiaay and trvublaaom.
Nowatluya we simply auk at any
tlruK atora for "Wyelh's rtage an1
Sulphur Compound " Toil will rt
a lurif bottle of thi olil-tlma raolp,
Iniprovnl hy ilir addition of other
ad enta. at t v little ooat
Bvarybod uaea this proeautlon now.
'irrauae no one pan poaatbtf tell thai
you darken", I your halt, as Ii do
it ao naturally and "evenly. You
iluiuprn a ipon or soft hrush with
It mid draw this through your halt. !
taklni on" small ntiuml at a ttmai
hy mornlnif the urav hair ,1 aapprira
and altar another application or two,
your hair beroutea t-.Muiifully dark,
thi. k and glossy and you look yraia
ronna;rr. A dvt.
KeepYourSkin-Pores
Active and Healthy
With Cuticura Soap
IT'S A FACT
All Tulsa Recognizes the Fact That
PUTTER'S SELLS CHEAPEST
Here are some of our mid-month specials for the rest of this week
Onoeyelet lies, black df" i . i rti; While kid pumps One lot.
kid. Louia heel tpO,vO DOUUOIT .clippers high throated, high lq or
Complete lot novelty boudoir heel, special j)7.0tJ
Brown kid oxfordi, military PP, beautifully flowered Bfcby ,ollis hee, fveyelet,
heel, nil sizes, com- d a or qc beautiful hiack kid Jr nr
plete lot at. pair ....9400 V3C oxford , DDa70
Baal Uuallty UliiKhama,
per yard
I jullea' Aulo Caps,
ran special at . . .
9 quality laadlaa
llogr. at
23c
10c
9c
Hoys' avnah Suit.
Tie and 11 99 Ladle jq
Oollara, very daalrabla tiaC
3.45
39c
69c
Ladlai' silk waiiin,
at
rv Ladlaa' Qardan Hot, oi
all rolora and materials J't
Indies' Hllk Gloves,
apeclal at
Special Skirt
Offer
In n striking assortment of
skirts for warm weather
wear. Silk Crepe. Kumsi-
KuitiMt Beronette Satin,
white and colored silk
skirt.s ordinerily priced at
$15 to $20 each, very .spe
cial at
$9.95
Pom Porn Boudoir suppers,
fatirv fiowarad, a J- tjjl
value it 3) LaX7
Man' summer Kool Kloth
araah panta, $1 93
111 Kooi Kloth, Hon' (fo nr
Hull, lor tpO.it)
9 Men a Palm 1 Q
Baa, h sum, for . . . J) 1 tJstO
fi'i Mai i w.i-h rf o "
rants, for !.'-)
I", Men s blank' not! button shoea
with (laslbl sole, Ideal for sum-
mr waa UiO Ov
sperial
IS 50 Men's atrlpprd nveral's.
an aacaptlonaJ fijl Qfl
valun til ! ')
11,99 Ladl' Wallta, (f
I pa nl at aOC
130 Silk Vol:" lii"!W, th" moat
faaolnaliae of accordion piaata.
r:,ttl $19.75
II. so LaVdla1 Silk lloao, all ml-
T.: 98c
Sample Towela, Q
aperial at C
1 Chlldren'a Uroasea, neweal
Btimmar flC.
f blon iOC
:i and j.60 Middy QB
Dlouiea, ipaolaJ at O I .)
Tlf Men's allk Hale half hose,
taotory 90ai
Is a.sv
17.60 dainty cotton jl A nr
rbllt Mroel di fsses . . tD'x.aO
RKCOGMZKl) AS TUK PRICE SETTERS
2 0 .1
SOUTn
MAIN
M
THE BARGAIN CENTER OF TULSA
Darliii"; will you marry
me?
Not until you give me a
McMinn diamond.
McMINN
JEWELRY CO.
120 E. Third
Binraal UtUa suin- In Tula
Ua. Muln ul If uurLl
Boys' Suits of
Palm Beach
Cool, comfortable, economical and clean. They
are a veritable bleeding for a sweltering son and
a Pound laving for his parents. In several shades
and styles, si.es ii to 18 years.
$10.75 to $15
Summer Clothes for Boys'
Wash Su)ts$2 to $!fi.50
Khaki Pants $1M and $1.20
Khaki Shirt $1.35
Khaki Mouwh .95c
Caps all shades $2 to $3.50
Minuses $1.45 to $7.50
Shirts $1.15 to $7.50
Underwear $1 to $2
Hosiery 15c to 75c
Sport HiH,c$l and $1.50
New Ties 35c to $1.50 v
lluthing Suits $2.75 to $.50
Kcdft
i thn Sumor Shoes for
boy ytmtli'a sIon 11 S
to 2
$1.50 to $2.75
Boyd 2 '-a lo 0 1.U to $4
Tan leather
Sandals
5 to H $1.7!
S'l to 11 $2.00
12 to 2 $2.25
2i to ti $2.H5
KovcralU
the Play Suit for the
Ulilille. attruotlvrlv trlni
nd, -ii, : In Mi'veral ool
iirs iuul matorlalNHtiirtly
anil pi n"! i, al , sliex a lu
$2.00
Other Play Suits
$2.50 to $5
Hot Springs, Arkansas
National Park
"
-
in jaiimmpr1
a
5 "vf mmjsssiim
it
A winding valley flanked by green hilla.
Summer's warmth tempered by cool breezes
from over Bailee of pine foresU and green mountain
slopes.
Enhanced by mammoth ultra-service hotela
and comfortable boarding houses.
Blessed by a wealth of warm healing
kpringe, waters efficacious in maluria und after effect
of the flu.
The most complete bath houses in the
world, operated under Government control.
Tbere is a subtle charm in this our first
National Park that appeals to every American.
Plan to spend your summer vacation and
enjny motoring, hortsebaek riding, (rolfing, swimming, in
fact nil outdoor sports while renewing your health in the
radio-active hot water bath of the great American SpdL.
Reduced round trip railroad fare.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED HOOK LET "W"
ADDRESS
Business Men's League
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
8daB.OlTtnitii I mlcw :ir MrttvTi Vvi an ..L-a
-'ih va (. ' f i a 1 !tft 1 . Ma..

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