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TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1920.
' SECTION A.
I'-' JAPAN HEDGING
the diet liv tho navy minister, th.' in lm held nt thu iimt I in m ll church 1 Knuicr wii preach on "Why Mm
empire -mint have an the minimum Mutuliiv evenlm, Krnnur will hrlrw
i iiavhI IroiiKlh tufwasriry for ilfnHs r,,,",. i . ,(,,,. ,,r . i,mh...
rM TIIP I PAOIIP ,w" "mtloshlpii ""''lull nernum. -In n i Die on Third
I I ll I Hr rMl-il r 'four rf ",0t. ""i1 "f!BM"." This nm.,11 . r,.n,h..i
y I 1 111 ! imu mo anrvirnnoip line -trim, in nnnm
eight year or yonnKer--nr ihn'
iiiiIIn of 1 r h I ships, loUIIIri 24
principal vnn l Thl lin must
t i rimplctad icKSrdlwta of thn l lino
of completion. I
"If Imrtmsi- Arnarlf In not a im m-l
her nf thn learue of nations ihnl
member pri xftit should i iitmiili'i
miv in lion 1 1 1 ' ii u. lew i 'nl1
"lni'i.il 'intent 1 1 nn'va with 'lm (
lilv -ii- i tn(T i h other hi n I.. i. fir
mil- Hi" h rriir 11 iiIkm .
iv i v i iii i lki i I h- i lew f I hn 1 in
1 1 1 r nt nil " I
No Hurry to Reduce War
r Moves Until Others
SHE HAS RESERVATIONS
Decline", to Announce Policy
Until It la Evident thu
Cat Will .lump.
TOKIO, fx I. ifl - Japan I nut
llkoly lo miliar , it.,, in the Men that
tli. m.vul xlri-nulh of nallonj Mhli'h
Htn members of thn ligua r1 nn- ,ti;
Ilium, shall hr cut down or their In-i mf
nri'V" atoppeil, Irt the opinion of the
IwnllriR dally, the Nlchl Nlchl.
"All powers art- afrrefrt on 'hat;
i,rnni.lil..ii on tirlnclple,'' obssrye
thn Nlchl Nlrhl In II tltlt new l
column. "Hut Urn CnlMd rStiite
Whldh was the power that propnaen
TELLS WHY MARY
FELL OUT 0' BED
Jim' Puts 'Punch
l'i. ml nf Ih il " "Are V-.n fi
Mlsimiri 1 iihI Who's CI"' ""
llinf' i n Moii'I'iy, Tuewl iv mi l
V. iIm.h.I,. . ..mlnfis, Tt-ajn iltvi I',
fine wnliiir HI ho (Invoti'fl to lih!
Hi hiinl i ili mH, with KrulinT'
thiiiir- "Mnw in K'0i from Klunl
KramiT H r.ilnl liy mnny Un
mi" anrt "hnttwl wlro" In thf
Milrll unit oni' of thf KM-nti'M
iri wit K''l'i'ri In thf vvi'nt lie hint
hurt In his iulilt on Hnnihiy cV(nlnRti
mini- of thn rrwitost men In Alncr
li'H 'Itob" Kitaalminona. who wnn
i.r .riiM imdVr him iirrmhoil Uh
Hrri iimon tui him. tthcr who
h- .iH i-n a won! for the Christian
rcliKlon nt hln church wor
- .riB-lnr- lwld, Hi RfiiM wren'
I ,.i i i.i lm; . tin1 i naw iiiiriiii
i h 'lillon. Miiihiiii IiihiUmII-i
ii.it ) . 1 1 1 1 m. ilnmin, ChlnK KIiik
hlniMr hero, anil others,
High Powered Salesmen
XN'I'I JI . number tit miIckiiicii eupahlo or iiinKInc $.()
ii liny on the. nmil. Alui n real iUit n(tent In t'very town
nml clly. We hate n new tovvnillo i'iiiiltlon uf umuiiul
HH'rlt nml one lhat different, Writo tinlay for iiar.
B. V. CUMMINS BROKERAGE COMPANY
MIH lilherl) Niillonal Hank 1U
okliilioiiiu Clly, okln.
We Give New Life
to Your Suits
Xutiilny will he a Inmv il.iy for
HIk Jlni" Kriiinor, ni.i'nr, evuriijjl-
ein tlillini'tit of naMil eniiniixlon, li mt mil innn's nun, fin he m to nrf.-n k i
not yet jolnfil IhP "n inn' unie iii ine iirsi imuii
In fsit IncressInK her iisv.il Kin mtlh. ! , i,,ri h on iih)fclH as "IiIk" as he
l!in If olhi r ii"M'i' nliiiiil'1 rniinv in phvshiUK anil In eloipiFlire,
Mini faithfully nrlhwic In thn tulml- "The Sfimiil Cmnlni; of Christ'
i I m of reiluetinli, Ihn jimi o of 'hslwlli he the ailhjert of thr tnnrMlnx
vtorhl will loot the unine t"' im n.iceil ,.rmiiri, In which Kr.uner will.
tin powerful iisviii power ui answer sucn rpietniniiN a wneiner or i
not uunsi nas airi-nnv i'iuii'', wiii'io
nr or not the Inst war was the Ar
lllltKeil'Inn h(iii of In the Millie. !
ami whether or not l hi wnrlil will
HumlMV afternoon he will OKnlil i
siienh Ht ihe union service of the
five Itsptlst rhurrhi'S of the clly.!
n hasebnll els I ,n i i , lr
llvercil to a nu i b, r if h.isi I il te iu,
Krumrr plofrHii ) n k tin t r
the natltlon il i;imi
fiermoim, thf ite i ' which tarda
Hue the Interim (r. ,nri. iiiccd f"r
thin weiik'K v et ! i- nl"nl servl, f
lull Kneml .Miislimlc. I
A Niicrcd miiPl'sl" In heln
p' n, nnt for the benefit of thn wet
fin., work of the I'nlon Community
cl inch on Ortnber 28. Thorn will
hi HliiKcm, it leml'T nml liiHtru-itn-ntnl
tiloycirs. Th kets aro now he
InK sold. j
I'xperltneiitH In rlre cultlvntlon In
P'.r'n HI"! nlV' promise of the
Inland beeomliiK an Important pro.
!( r if tl .t nrnln
Ainci Ii h.
. "Thus, the ifeneral ninferuns of
the en(fii( of iiHllnim will no. ne
pompllah Biiylhlnir, except that sHijh
of the members piesenl will si'Hrflll
Into thu heart of unolhsr." tThe first
ftiGotliuf of tin) nasemhly of tils
lt.iKUu of nations has bonri rullml
at Geneva for November IK.)
Tim .N'lchl Nlchl thereforo ohHerV
nl that the Japanese navy wuuld
ctiiMthlir the (iiifstlon from the pe
culiarly Japanerie point of view
ruKiirdlcrw of whether any duflnlto
pro;rain ho fnrmulateil by thn Ron.
ference ns to the nnval lestrKtloni
mid rcKanllvsn of thu nttltuilii of
.iho. Captain Klyoknwa and other
powers. Already an luvcstlntlnn
had boon conducted In the navy by
such officials ns llenr-Ailiiilrnl Van
uho, Captain Klyoknwn and others
members of the Investigation com
mittee A policy of Iho .InpnncHii
emplro has already been ilecldeil
upon, but "owlnt? to the lack of In
fgrmntlnn a to what nltltudn IhiK
lnnd, Kiance, Italy and other coun
tries will lie," thn natiirn of thn
policy was not intidu public, thn
Nlchl Nlchl nays.
"IUt. briefly spcakliiK," Iho Nlchl
Nlchl ko's on, "the policy. It may
bo understood, may bn summarized
"Thn elcht battleships and clRht
cruisers plan, which had been i loni;
cliorlshcil Ideo, nml which wai np
proved by tho recent sesnlon, Ih suf
ficient oh the minimum hIi-oiikUi to
perfect tho defense wnrlt of tho
nmplre. In other words. In caso the
power present In tho conference,
propnso to limit naval cotixtructlon
on tho linsls ot Its not koIiu; bu
Tim !rcat "I Am."
What human beliifi with n Itnowl
mIkii of thu various svslcms of medi
cal, siiri;..'nl and iImikIihs treatments
Would not admit that all methrals of
lieatment luivo hhiiio merit. What
human hflni; would deprlvn nnothnr
hilinan hn'.nit of Hid rli;ht to select
tho ilnclor in whom ho has faith
or If necessary one doclol iiftur tvn
other. Uh.it human bulni,' would
want the medical dortur t bo able
10 forbid ihu hiii peon or dnitilesH
ilnuior ti tront the sick. What
I.i.iiimii I'.'iim would want tho dniK
ien dccli r to hiiVo complclo Control
over Hie medical uoLtor. No thlnl:
!iik huninn Ih-.ukI
Vet the medical doctor wants n,b
lulely lo coulrol hl.i competitor,
mid ho "Tho (Ircat I am," rind have
1 1 to iluht to say whether tho Oru
Icss I'rni tltlouer nii treat sick peo
ple who priifor h's trealiuent to tho
medical dilctur. ThlH Is exactly tho
illuatlou now In nklahoma. Tho
mcdlcnt doitori luvo n bill culled
He lint HiM 111, which Is intended to
drive thn Chiropractor nml other
drtlKlesH practltlonerH from thn Hl.lc.
Question No. 04 at tho election Nov,
mil, asks "Khali thlg bill lie. veloed
and lendercd lnnperntlvii." If yoi
iK'llnvo ovtry human Ii.iIiik has thu
,1... ....... I ..! ...... . n li
j.uui him iiii.iin mm ill ii.niHH HI r:aYil in Heli. .' nwn dnelilr.llii.li
completion, tho Imperial Japaneso f.'","1 "? ,,, Him, o, 111 o ,
navy will lmvo to maintain that tho V n),.?,,,,, , ih
recent plan approved of (the eight . 1 vc, lhu "Mca doc
and clitht unit) la hy no means Us l",
final plon of nntlnnnl defense. As
whs explained nt the 41st session of I
CON S ID E It! Title Insurance is
as necessarf as Fire Insurance.
The cost is small and there are
no annual premiums. Call us
Title Guarantee &
Phone Osage 8100
Lower Prices Arc
Suit and Overcoat
In Our Entire Stock
Suit and Overcoat
In Our Entire Stock
Prices havo not rea ly returned to a pre-war basis, nor should anyone expect an absolute reduction to that
basis in a few short months. Hut throughout the shops of the entire country prices show a preemptible influ
ence of the reconstruction period, and more quality merchandise at really consistent prices is available than
for several years,
Now it is essential that each customer use his best judgment in buying, taking quality as first consideration
not pnee alone. And it is essential that every merchant shall offer the best quality fabrics at lowest pos
Here you will find a large stock of the very best quality woolens, representing tho
most attractive patterns for fall. At our big reduction there is no use waiting
for lower prices they are already hero
ovcrcoat; Group :-j
$:,r.00 suit or
-$10.00 suit or
-$'15.00 suit or
-$;0.00 suit or
-$55.00 suit or
-$(50.00 suit or
o ere out ;
overcoat; Group 1 1
G rou t,f 12
-$G5.0() suit or
-$70.00 suit or
-$75.00 suit or
-$80.00 suit or
$sS5.00 suit or
-$9Q.00 suit or
13XTIIA SPECIAL Our high grade French back serge, finest weave
find quality that soils for $110.00
Two In One RnlnconU
See the nml erlalH--net
spi'i tal prlies on these
33 1-3 OFF
if you need a suit or over
coat this winter yon will
surely save money in tins
sale. Wo will satiffy yon
or refund every dollar yon
Extra Trousers to
Match Your Suit
Double tho wear of every suit
let us tailor CNtra trousers
of name material for you...
American Tailoring: Go.
110 South Main St.
Tailors and Woolen Merchants
H.T. DARNELL, Prop.
Phone, Osage 4989
.Vhen you try lo read do your eyes smart and Bting?
Docs the type sometimes seem blurred and indis
tinct? If it does, then you need glasses, and need
Your eyes are your choicest possession and when
they are once lost no power on earth can restore
them. Don't delay see a competent optometrist
at once and have the trouble corrected with perfect
fitting glasses. At this shop we have every facility
for testing your eyes, and can fit you with the exact
glasses your case requires. Come in this week and
let us make an examination wo will tell you
frankly whether you need glasses or not.
Dr. I. Angstreich
With Harry Heilbron
COLD FALL DAYS
are a. constant reminder of the part that
heavy winter Suits, Dresses, Overcoats,
Sweaters, Furs, etc., should be sent to the
cleaner for a thorough cleaning or dyeing.
We clean your clothes not merely sponge
Plush Coats, Velvet Dresses Cleaned and
Steamed to Perfection.
Accordion Pleated Dresses and Skirts
American Cleaners and
Second and Main
Phone Osage 1782
Fourth' and Lewis
Ph one, Osage 127
YOU CAN AFFORD THIS
Good Furniture is not expensive. Far from it.
It will last a lifetime if properly constructed. It will
please a lifetime if properly designed. You will grow to
love it as any otier good friend who serves well. :
These are the things we bear in mind when selecting
the stock for this establishment. -
We represent the leading cabinet makers whose goods
have long been standard as far as construction and de
sign are concerned.
We place it upon our floors at moderate pr'iGes.
You cannot afford to buy anything else because when
you get this furniture you get something you are proud
to live with and enjoy.
A Drapery Special Entire Stock of Figured Madras
f)no Unit Prir? Were $3-50 to $10 YarA
jne-jnair Jrnce now $1.75 to $ 5 Yah
" ' ' " ' " SUCCESSORS TO ' ' " j
, THE BASS FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.