TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920
MAY NOT BURDEN
Economist for railroads
Sees Solution in Ex
Public Told to Beware of nil
Who Would Pyramid Prices
and Blnme Rate Iliko
WAfiHINOTON, AWT. pub
tlo may tio spnrml lilKhor cuts of
living by reason of llic Increased
frelffht rated, through tho nbsorp
tlon of tho Increaaes from tuecfis
profit, vr. Jett Iatirk, consulting
ecyinomli for Urn railroad labor
orcunlzallons stated today.
"Whlls tho Incroasocl frrlRht rates
will placn an added burden upon
tho consumer, this burden will not
bo very heavy, provided prlceK of
commodities nro ralsod no mora
than necessary to compensato for
tho Incronsn," Iwiuck said today.
"This conclusion Is fortified by tbn
fact that In 1010, tho total valuo
of oil commodities transported by
freight was $119 por ton, whorraa
tho nvcrnKo freight cbartfo per ton
was only 12.80, or lets than 2 12
por cent of tho value. An Increnso
of nvon 40 por cent In frclnht rates,
would therefore ndd less than ono
por cent to the avcraco valuo of the
total frrlith nirrled.
Thro Is a solution of tho problem
that would Involve no additional
burden to tho Rcncral publln. Tho
ineroasn In freight rates, tl has been
estimated, will amount to 11,200,
000,000 n year. Kvon this larKo
amount Is Insignificant, as oompared
with tho excess profits now belnff
exacted by tho basic Industries and
could easily bo absorbed by thorn
out of theso profits without any
Increnso In prlco nt nil.
"In tho dan on profiteering pre
sented by tho railroad brothorhoods
to tho railroad labor board, tt was
shown that tho corporations of tho
' country wore making excess profits
to he extent of at least 14,800,000,
000 annually. Tho great Industries
of tho country could amply afford to
deduct tho Increased freight charito
from tho prlco of their product, tliua
allowing tho commodity to reach tho
retailor at tho tamo prlco nn for
marly. By no doing, tnoy would bn
reducing their excess profits less
"Any child can understand ha an
Increased transportation charga of
1 1.200,000,000 can bo deducted from
an excess profit of $4,800,000,000
without any necenslty for fi.n advanco
In prlco and with no Injury to industry.
"The publla should not tolerate
any action which would pyramid
freight Incroaaes and make, thorn a
pretext for further advances In
prlceo," lauck continued.
"Uecatiso of tho presont abnormal
prices' and profiteering; tho publla
should rcfusa to accept any further
. Julian II. ramaleo, chlof statisti
cian of tho bureau of railway eco
nomics, also warnud tho public
against profiteers who will roako thn
tncrcaso In freight rates n pretoxt
for pyramiding tho cost of living.
"Tho public alono can tako tho
situation In hand," ha said. "Thoy
ahould tell manufacturers, Jobbers
J and retal dealers that prices aro high
enough and hey will toloialo no
further advances. In most coses,
tho dealers show a largo enough
margin of profit to absorb tho In
crease without any Impairment of
More Typhus Cases
Found on French Ship
NEW TOniC, Aug S. Two mors
cases of typhus dovulopcd today
among steerage passengers on tho
French liner La Savolo. Tho patients.
boys aged 9 and 10, wero taken to
Hoffman Island, whore the atoerago
passengers underwent sanitary In
spection. One coso of typhus wan
reported when tho ship arrived Hun-
day night from Havre.
Prince and Princess Coming
I'rlnco Antotno Iilbesco, who has been appointed Humanlan Minister
to tho United Htntes, and his beautiful wife, who was Miss Kllzaboth
Asqulth, daughtor of II. Hi Asqulth, former l'remlcr of (Ireat lirluln.
I'rlnco lllbesuo Is at present First Hecrrtnry of the Humanlan Legation In
London, and tho I'rlucciui will shortly leave England for Wnohlng
ton. Two years ago tho I'rlnco vlsltod this country with tho Humanlan
AS AIRMAN DIES;
Omar Locklear, Dean of
Stunt Flyers, Dies
in Pinal Thrill
1.011 ,wai:UM. An, i LI..I
Omar Lfr!ioar. darlnir air nllot
ho stunls of Irmilri.- from ono
P'nne to nnuthor in mid air havu
hrlllrd thousands, Is dead toduy.
Hi plane crashed from a height of
,000 feet Into lout night whllo he
;s engaged In night flying for the
movies, With him dlid IJout. JIlit
Klllott, IiIh pal and pilot In all his
hulr rulelng stunts,
Jiuiiureiin of pctHunn, Including
miyny Jnovlu stars, wlUKwicd tho
K.nii m me aunug pair. Their
uatiu full In u straight nosu dvo ,lko
, flnrnlhir inplrnr rr,im n ,tnrb
A few minutes beore, Locklear had
been setting off a great pyrutechnlc
display, shooting rockeU and lights
igu hi wn nir
According tu fivers who rltn(iii1
tho tragedy, Lockkur's pluiic up-
peared unJsr control at all tlnus.
It Is belluveil that both men became
llllllllprt htf Ml nl.r. f .. . 1 I. -
..... ,. ..... ...u w IIIU-
works and thuu misjudged their dls.
innco irorn mo ground so that the
crush came without their realizing
The spectacular drop was filmed
iv severnl mmnrfli i ....... ....
of tho show for tho piano to noso
dlvo with a great display of fire
works and tho cameras continued to
grind as tho famous pilot spun down
to his death. Both bodies wero
crushed almost beyond recognition.
ioKicar was a natlvo of Fort
Wnrlh. Tnvrm r?uinM
Chaplin Ib Brilliant
hut Much too Erratic
Says Charlie's Bride
NHW YOHIC Aug. S.- Mildred
Harris Chaplin, who Is stopping
at a local hotl denied today that
she haji brought suit for dlvorco
from her famous husband, Charlie
Chaplin, movie actor.
"I have signed no papors for
dlvorco action" sho stated. "I
simply Instructed my attorneys to
bring suit for separation."
Mrs. Chaplin xpoko very highly
of her husband.
"Thcro was no particular
trouble," sho' said. "Wo Just
couldn't get along. My husband
was not mado for marriage. He
Is a man who should dovoto all
his time to work. Ho la so nervous
and Irrltablo whon working on a
new plcturo that It Is Impossible
to got along with him. Ho Is a
wonderful man, brilliant, but ec-ratlc."
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Sizzling dayn and bwcU
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New Voik Kidim City, Ma.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 3. Wyan
dotto county, Kun Including Kan
sas City, 122,218, Increase 22,160, or
22.1 per cent.
Ashtnhul.i, Ohio, 22,082, Increase
.i.sui or zu.ii per cent.
Cleveland Heights. Ohio, 1G.2J8
lnorcoso 12,281, or 41C.0 per cent.
Michigan City, lnd 19,457, In
cronso 430, or 2.3 per cent.
Mount Vornon, N. Y 42,721, In
crcaaq 11,807 ,or 382 per cont.
Mcx War Oontly.
MKXICO CITV. Aug, J. Forty
two thousand men In flva yean was
tho coat paid hy l'risIdont Carranza
In tho campaign against General
Villa, Colonel Honjunln Ulos, Villa's
cnivr oc starr, to tui cnrrvspnit:ient
nf Kxcrlslot todty.
FOitT wniiTir Tvn. a,, ,
Ormer Ixicleur avtitor who fell to ills
death at IOS Anf-nl,n lnnt nifrhf uillh
Ills flying partner, was an obscuro
uuio niociiaiiic in a garage here be
fore tho outbreak of tho world war.
Joining tlie air service, he uton
ished his instructors at tiarron
rieht hero by cruwllng all over the
wings of machines, hanging from tho
oxleg and taking wireless messages
whllo seated on tho fuselage.
After his discharge from tho army
hn tnnW un stunt f1uln will. l.t- tH
Htructors, TJeutenanta Milton Elliott
ana uniriey HiiorL
Harding Sets Type,
"MakCH Up" Pages
in Composing Room
MAIHON, Aug. 3. It was plain
Warren Harding, prlntor and
"make-up" man for an hour to
day. Accompanied by Senator Harry
tl. New. of Indiana, the republican
nominee for president, visited the
plant of his newspaper, tho Marlon
In tho composing room he
doffed his coatjind rolled up lita
,Whlle a movie camera clicked,
ho set typo by hand, using the
samo old "stlok" that had done
him good service In tho days when
ho started his newspaper career v
Ho brought Into tho play the
printer's "rule" which ho always
carries In Ills pocket as a me
mento of those days. He "Jeffed
the typo" without a "pi" and made
up a page without tho use of a
single "dutahman," locking the
forms with all tho dcxtcrlt of an
old tlmo printer.
"You can certainly Jugl type,"
remarked Senator New to the
nomlneo, New, Is himself, on old
time newspaper man,
8 W. Sth Cedar 1593
fta Tlvo Tono That TclU
ASKS HEAVY DAMAGE
bn tor year ben the world's
recognised standard table oil
A fellow taid to me,
"Lee, the rcaion I
like to wcar'your shirts
ia because they're long
enough to stay in my pants."
He figures in these days
when any kind of a tale
"may creep out" about a
fellow, that no matter
how good a shirt is
its tail must be kept
covered ABSOLUTELY, and
, just here let me state
that I still have left
a beautiful assortment of
ARTISTIC SILK SHIRTS
at the following reductions.
That wjiiio folks might not bn
ablo to npprt-clnto 'Quality' In
tools, but n carpenter always
knows jim enn't fool lilm on
Quality, uml furthermore, Ira
will lU'iiiant! (ho very brat that
mtiiiry ciiti buy,
Wlicu you want tools of provi'n
quality mid rrputntIon, porno to
this Klorc, mo don't wll any
$7.25 $8.45 $H.5Q $14.50
Be Sure to Visit
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111 tliiun II T S V Ik mmi
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Now in Progress at the
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Woman Bum Hotel Mutiner,, Alien
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Whllo Sho Won Dlvcotcd of
Allexlns it strange m&n, later Iden
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150,000 for tho lnsultH and criticism
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of the hotel.
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Don't strrnk or rutn your mnterisl In
poor dye. Inlt on ''Diamond l)ye."
Easy airections in every iiuckuk".
Make Lemon Lotion to Double
Ueauty of Your Skin
Squcozn the julco of two lemons
Into a bottlo oontalnlng three ounces
of Orchard White which can be had
at any drug store, shako well and
you have n nuurter nlnt of harmless
anil delightful lemon bleach for few
MaRsago this sweetly fragrant lo
tion Into the face, neck, arms and
hands each day, then shortly note
the beauty of your skin,
Knmous stage bcauttos use lemon
Juice to blench and bring that soft,
clear, rosy-whlto completion 1tn
on have always been used as a
freckle, sunburn and tan remover.
Make this up and try lt,--Advt.
To core Grsailsted ErtlMi, spplf CR.
PORTER'S AfmSEPTIO 1IEAIJNO OIL
toths lower IIJ iuit st the btj ef the
Uibee. Poll the lower lid awe Irora the
ere o tht roa can s at It betttr sad
arold touchlat the erwalL
It relieve! lnlntlr,Ukn oot allloeara-
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A lleelln t AatUeptlc of the hllheit aoelltr.
recommeaded by erery dniltUt. Mo per
In Hammer time nil Nv
tnr nrart to gmd bouquet,
l-ltmtn will tuld the stuno
chnrm to joar pmoiuU mp
pmrance or to your hone
lite tl.ut thrr do to the
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jou will but rhrrlKli tlirm.
We hare kwmUjt nupply nt
jrrowln thtncii nrnl frrub
cut flowtrm from which tn
vnoi' 'iOwii 1 o 0 f i
i i in
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uriv ic- va &ri i i i in
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r VV. VIA I I ' w I I
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W 111 Straws Half Price 1
ll - Clapp Oxfords $14.75
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