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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1920
Chambers of Commerce
of Grave Alarm.
DEFENSE IS DISCUSSED
Appointment of Committ.r ("
Devisr Means to Com
bat It Is Asked.
TOKIO. .Tunc 10. Tha rat mttU
ence of antl-Jardaneee agtlaHotl III
f '.illfnrnlH lit attracting arldgapMad
intention In .lpiin.
The nnllnnnl rnnvcntlnn of rham
l.eis of romnierm run ud'itrd 11
i t Kollitlnn dei Inrlrig Hint the Bglta-
Hon to Mpumlnfl rv proportion!
and xpifHKhm thl fear tu.it i( it l
Idt un h. k l lln Intereati of Jp
MM m California, tha reeuli ol yaara
of toil and labor, "in doomed.
This i regrettabia for Amartcan-
JapMMM amity. lh ragolutloa. I
Wr must iirmif iinMr "plnl' ii
raise the VOlC "f JlBloe IlKalllHl tha '
antWapaneae movement and aeelt
permanent aolullon ot Ihe nuatiotiK i
Tli- resolution reqoeeta Hie "P-
botnttnent of commission of i"
In. Iiide member, "f Hi" dlat, 10 die
cusii del i.nlvi. wiivb lind MNM Vli - 1
tnaiiy all the newapaaara eapreaa tha '
ixiief tiuit itir American people
themm tv H Will Pit vi nt any in.niHil e
The Yoroao. thono, on In' othei I
hand. attack t li t'nltrd gtatei fol
the mllltarlatP ally converted Ideal
of taamarek nd sMrnhardt' and '
aaya It thlnkx II quite ImponalMe
hope for the frelndahlp "f America I
The n v.'Hpn p' i nlno attiirkH Amcrt- i
mn mleelonarlee, Bonn' ( whofn "are
benl on disturbing the peine of .
DISOBEYED M'ADOO'S WISH
Sunny Italy Is hand
of Strife Even Tha'
Spaghetti In ( heap
l.n.VPON. June 30 Knur hun
dred Italians hue lieen killed In '
two daya' flRhtlnK hetwee. n n
arrhlptN and tioopa at Anions,
and I'tonihlno, a i ordtng to an
Bxchangn T legrnah dispatch
from Home today, quoting the
fierce bailies, durlns! whp h the
fiddler employed artillery, raged
In the streets of hoih MUM Hla
anari hints fought from liehlnd
powerful barricades. The troops
bombardtd then" forta violently
and then ronled them by alorm
The, general strike In Home ha
bm Ballad off.
TULSANS ATTEND MEETING
Km i N llarion and m n Bernard
to Trv for i umpajr llerv.
gpeetal i" TtM Wi nt
M Al.KSTKII, ulila. June 30
The MoHiodlal educational comnil-1
ion win arrive in MaAlaatar Thara
day pjajon to open ataatona fi-r iha
purpoit uf electing u tor thg
proposed 11 anWaraity, it i
m i M'Min gininii aaoratjry lo
trie inoi'li tioanl di.-iliii 'd thn they I
weic .oiik lo niiki evtiy i-flort to
i apoaa Ol the mattir a hlt time.
Among IIiiim who Mill attand the
MlMllon net .ii MNhop Muzofj. I
Uallaa, Ttxai I. s Barton and M
"i. Barnardi both of Tulaa; J n
Abrrnatny, MuakM: Orlando tana,
okoiulR'e; Hev I. W Him Clibk
Mhha Dr. T P HOWOII und It K. U
Morgan, both of Oklahoma City
CROP OUTLOOK IS
GOOD FOR STATE
Past Week Was Favora
ble to Cotton and Other
OKLAHOMA CITY, June 30i
with laaMnabla taniparataraa and
olaar ikMat, cropa in Oklabonta x-
parlanodd a good growing w""k, ar
' oritlng lo thd weekly i rop report
laaiiad by the weather bureau her.
today The hurv.iilng of wlirat and
o.itM. whbli had ben dfUy-d lb
pi riling week by ruin, win rttahad
to oin plrtion In moat hectlone, the
report h.iH, wliil" ihiiehlng wrtM b(
gun In Pallia plar" in Ilia exnemo
"Cotton madn aaoallant piogieen
luring ibe paet week, hut thi- C0B
dltton M-nialnn fair ! goo.l genei
allv and very good In few loiali
tlea," the report dei-larre. "The
'uriy planted in netting aajuaraa,
while the late planted ta Very hlnall. '
Home rolton Ik blooming tia far!
north ii the tentrnl portion, the
fields generally rlean, but grasvy In
l oin planted early la In the xllk
and taaaal Itaga and made good
progrrnM. I hi- rrpott iirlds. the crop
being I ultlvatrd and moat of It laid
by PJOfna da.nagp to torn hy ehlftoll
bug In reported In the extreme
north east portion oflhe ..tat"
Me.idowa. paaturfd, trurk iropa
grain orgTUnta and oiher i rops
mado very good progrexji during the
week and are In rood rendition gen
era II v. the reporl Vonrludew
HAflld'A. June 30 Milton
oray, M yara old waa airaajtad in
Tulaa yenterday. brought to Ha.
pulp, and urralgrrd before Juntlee
of thu Peace A. I Pitta It la a!
Iegel that Ofay give it bogue diaft
on lapulpa film and then mort
gag d .i motor caff In Tutnt that be
longed lo .1. J Wllhngham of cik
laho h i P Oray wax manager of
a garage in Hapulp.t thai belong
to Wililngham firay pleaded "not
gulltv." and wa ommltied to the
inuntv Jail to await hi trial, which
waa set for July 2.
Show llunbandx Sew
Triekn of Potttlct
By vii.UAM ;. iHBPARD
(Writ tan Baprraaly for the imer-
n itlonal NtA' Hervb -HAN
KIIA.MIS'o, June 30
The Way fthoM democratk: wrini n
ait. ii k i .icli other In their potlt-
leal lights and attaa in their vote
getting I downright dishearten
ing ij a polltirian who alw-as
I lies to avoid a fight and to make
I I lend.
you i ome In for
i !laranoa Itanaha v
aeki'd a woman
Iieputv Sheriff Henry Orey din
CO Vara a another tlll thl morning
ouihwet of Kablim, whleh be-
lomed to a v. Huit, it i allafad,
There were two gallon of whlakev,
and r.o gallon of mah on hand.
t'harlea B. Mrt'all. engineer on
the Krlseo railroad, narrowly ei
raped a RerlotiH a- itdent at noon
tnda' when a high powered ma
ehlne eollMad with hi cur at the
corner of IHvlslon and Mcl.enit
treet The other nwichlne wa
going it about .'.0 mile an hour
and Mr MeCall say the druer did
.1 'I IT aery and !.on I'lper were
arrested this afternoon hy faok
Wisdom and held for Inveat Igatlon
A eomptete "dope" outfit wa found
Tllvoree pelltlona were filed hv
the following today: Joek A Hlood
against llu'h M Hlood. Ilirrv Over
man agalnxt Patronala Overman.
Marrlaffa llcenee were tnaued to
the following today Halnh Mahon
?t Vandatta, III . and Mlaa Te.wei
TTavnle 1 . ptrUtow; Wllllarp M,
the finer." wan
Palmar T" iis
hy, I'm on
" HI, I hope yriu're on the
feme like a lidv with bntb f. r t on
the eiime lde of the rail." Mi
Al a bteikfa.it given hv li lies
for Palfnai In tha rose room at the
Pnlaie hot! a large number (
protpaotlva women, converts to
pa imaflam m is aatnarad
"i iion't iik. Palmar baeatiaa he
w-cara epats, said one Woman,
looking ai ro th tabl at Palm r.
w-ho eat In white-halt e.l iuijo'
An answer came back full of
flic, that GOal Palmer DDI aup
"We're choosing Mr Talmer for
hi head, not his feel," wa the
biting response of the la.lv
htm a few day ago He waa re-
! ised after making a 110 bond.
The Klwanls lub met today at
the chamber of commerce lunch
I'loto for the regular lunrhenn. Dur
ing the business elnn, the club
pava a hearty endorsement to the
coming Chautauqua, and agreed to
back it up hy selling tb ket Each
member took from five to 10 Mck-
ts The ehautauqua win be held
in Kapulpa July f, (o 10.
laatka are vlaitlng In the home of
Mr and Mrt V. W Janus of We.
Mr and Mrs W P Keys
Hungarian Stir Up
Fun as Democrat
Meet to Save World
LiOjVDON, j'.ne t" Hungarian
.irmy of I "r with detachment o.
tri op aie prerta.'lng to match on
VttdAM and attempt to restote
ihe monarotiy, said an Bxchangt
T'leirraph dlspat !i from Ptagin
today, 'ihe telegram ui scribed the
Hungarian political situation a
aarlnua and said then- vv., a
strong anti Semitic arntlmani
among trr pnlltlr.il plotters
AMERICAN FLIER RELEASED
MeaJrMM win Pnad Note in nK,.
Illgtntl Nit in Do ft A..b)
MRXICO CITY'. June J0 -Uipijt.
Stanley M. Hmllh of Walpjle, Xa,g
is mmander of Ihe Nlnotbjth. Attn
tqaudron of the i mied ttajiaa army
at Kelly Kli Id, Han Antonio, who
landed on Mexican toil naar Mata
IribrOI on Sunday, hna been relessa
I by the Mexican mir.i.n y nu'horlMM
at MatamoMa, according to a di
l" i . i oil i ii a I riti- in in' V. a I ml .
istrv I oil 'i
Jon. . 1
II, lapulpa, and Mlaa Iran
J. W Rawla, a negro physa Ian
of Papulpa, was arrested today on
i a charge uf speeding The offlcar
I who arrested him said he was go
ing on an "emergency rail," but the
I offlCar took him to the nation I".
i oauaa hi gpoolal polloa commission
I llcenae had been taken away from
dcnkln OhaOfjed Mind Many Times
MoAdtra Appporad Pinal order.
BAN KKANCI.sro, June 30 -- I inf
inite and final Ipatrtietiona came
from the eai-t today that William O
pfcAdoo'a name wa not formally
lo be placed before the demonatic
Burrla Jenkins of Kansas City,
who was prepared to make a nomi
nating I patch for MrAdoo revised
hi plans again and decided lo a. -cede
to the wishes of McAdoo man
ageia. hut he finally placed Mr. Mr
Adoo'a nn:ne before Ihe convenllon
NEW YOHK, June 3 "Thl ac
tion was taken with my entire ap
proval," William 0. McAdoo said
today when told that "definite and
final Instruct Ions" hud been rerelved
In Ban Krancico thai his mine wa
not formally to he placed before the
democratic national convention He
would make no further comment.
Tho government of p.razii hoc be.
gun work on extensive systems of
reservoirs to enable Ihe ersldeiils ol
Its northeastern slate to get water
In lone dry season, which frequently
"Oh Mother, may 1 go out to
"Oh. yea, my darling daughter.
But hatig some clothes on each
For the po-llce Insist you
Chicago authorities have told the
bathing girls to dress acoordlng to
their conscience, ill other wo.. is,
"let your conscience bo your
Everybody can't go to the beach
this summer, hut they can visit
Mac's place where the same
slogan la used.
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139 Hast Third Street
Opposite Hotel Tulaa)
a Savings Account
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I Think I'll Gat Wed in the Ssamar Sir Harry Lauder
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Crescent Trio I
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Tha Meeting of the Waters
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to wear on the Fourth
TJ ERE is a great store for boys' wear. We have complete and
1 carefully selected stocks of the things they need for every
flay in the year. The qualities and quantities are very unusual,
the cost as moderate as possible.
TF you take them away for the Fourth they'll need some new
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ical for parents.
Palm Beach Suits, $6.50 up
f I "'HESE new Palm Beach suits for boys are very stylish and very
A cool. They're so strongly and carefully made that they will
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Two Pants Suits, $20 and up
TF you take the boys' to Colorado or California they will need
A good wool suits for warmth and service. Plenty of them here
in single or double-breasted styles with half or full belts. Fine
all wool Cassimeres, Scotch Tweeds, Iridescenta and Worsteds in
very handsome shades. All sizes for boys' of (i to 17 years; two
pants with every suit at $20 up.
Dainty New Wash Suits
TF you haven't yet seen the many, many dainty new and styliani
wash suits for little chaps you're a real treat in store. Quaint
Dutch middies, French middies, Russians, Sailors and Norfolks.
Fast color materials of course. Solid colors, whita and two color
combinations. Ages 21 - to 8 years, at $2.50 uj.
Pla-Mate Summer Slioes
1TE can't say too much about Pla-Mate fo ttwear, for it is
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