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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOUEK 15), 1920.
TOWN CLUB HEARS
Maof Evans and C. F.
Hopkins Defend 2 Sides
of Big Issue
NO ACTION IS TAKEN
Evans Takes Harding's Opin
ion; Hopkins Saya League
1 Easily Understood
c glvo power to the loagiio
, we loso power In Amer
( Icigno of nations Ii pow-
f- uo.h nothing to It.
.iii tho arraignment of tlio
auo ijy .iniyor a. lj. r.vitin
ivcnlng t tho weekly
f tliu Tulsa Town club In
iv.ito dining room of
civ restaurant In reply to
j- li .pKlns' glowing description
, th utnent uh mo curu tor an
inUrtu ' "ial Ills.
Agrees With Harding.
"If nw r remains In the, United
su'lI under tho league, nB Its pro-.no--
tJt-i clnlm, It Is not somowhero
'rfqe Mayor Kvans an Id. "A pro
'n, c! P jguo without power and
with 'it teeth In Just an advisory
In, , nil i""1' nothing else. If tho
Imcu. hits tho power, I am opposed
to I don't want u 'mortgaged
Amc ' I fclnnd upon what Son
aur 1! rdlng has Bald from th.i be
tlnn.r,; th.it ho would never consent
to ii ui ;uo If It took a single lota
of t .rrrlgnty from tho American
,M, Hopkins, who preceded tho
mayor attempted to prove that
there I no Inequality of voting be
tween America and England. "As
for tan famous Article 10, or as tho
republl- ins call it. tho Infamous
Article 10, I say that there can bo
no w.v unlets congress declared
war. I do not bcllovci that any treaty
can cllmlnato tho possibility of
liar, tut 1 do believe that you can
eliminate some war. Tho Ieaguo of
rations Is tho Issuo vital, paramount
In the campaign. Tho le'aguii can
ri-l'y lie understood by mcro casual
The dub took no notion.
M!..i Itcna M. Kowle, president of
tho Tulsa Town club, wan In chnrgo
of the meeting which followed the
dinner lioth Hopkins and tho mayor
thank. I the organization for the
opportunity of speaking. Said tho
,-nay.r "I want to thank you for
this opportunity to bo with you this
crnl"i; I take It that this Is a
buslncs-i meeting, that you aro
tuflnpt'5 women who mean business
and when you voto you will mean
I,e Mnnto I'arkcr spoko in behalf
ct tho Municipal band.
Negro Bog Produces
By Scissors Talents'
Till nans were Introduced to a
new art Monday by a negro boy
who has been ma king his living
over since ho tllseoveied thn pos
session of Homo strange tiiTents
with a pair of scissors.
Ills name li William I'. T. Clard-
ner nnd he Is from Kansas City.' j
ills profession might be called that J
of a sllhouotto-ist. I'm- tlatdner
can reprodttco human silhouettes
of facial contour In black paper
faster than n swift skctcher can do
It with a pencil,
Ills method Is simple hut baf
fling. While tho patient sits pa
tiently, (Snrdncr, with a small pair
of scissors, saws deftly Into bis
thin, black paper. Tho result, ob
tained In about two minutes, Is ,
p.isted on a wlilto mounting and
Ihere Is your portrait, unmlstak
able to your frlendti, No drawings,
no tracings, no dellberatlon--Just
scissors and black paper, (Jard
ner says ho Intends to 'Stay hero
with tho carnival.
Only 86 Tulsa Homes
Found Lacking Bible
Found nnlv SG hnnies In Tiilun
without a bible Is this report of b. A.
Perkins, representing tho American
Wile society, who has been In Tulsa
tho past month; and ho supplied
each of those with a copy of th,c
pood book. Mr. l'erklns found that
Tulsa looks upon tho blblo with con
siderable tavor, having sold during
the period of his stay In tho city 214
bibles, 241 testaments and 17 gos
pels, besides donating 28 bibles, 77
tettamcnts and 53 gospels, making
a total distribution of G30 volumes.
Itcpiibllonu Committee to .Meet,
Tho county central romiuitlee
meets ut republican liendiiiai'cirt,
Fourth and Hoston avenue, toululi
at 7:3" o'clock In liusinw-s sc-.Hl.ri
But Health Restored to Tex
as Lady, Who is Now Well
, and Strong, Able to Do
All , Her Housework
PROBE SHOWS UP
1'iMINlKl" HlOM IWlli; 1NK
Senator Harding will be elected, and
that the one hope of securing the
league with the Lodge I eserv.itlons
In through the republican candi
date." v The Hunt report shows that the
J.1MKUO to Knforcn Pimm spent
S,500 to fliiatu'O a letter sent by
Samuel (Jumpers to 60.000 local
unions ashing the union members to
bi Ing pressure- to bear on senators
to have them vote for tho league of
Sought Itcptilillciin Defeat.
Other Items of expenditure In
clude hill fur publication of ad
vertisements m 4 1 cities through
out the country and two bills, one
of $2 1.583.2S and the other 110.
534 22 from the Western Newspaper
tyilon. A letter from Theodore .Mar
burg of IJaltliuruo to Secretary Short i
dateil August 12, 1020, sas that I
tho "most direct road to ratification1
(of the treaty) Is the complete de-'
font of the political party which Ims
suffered tho conscienceless somite,
band to ride lis tied;." !
Another t. iter from Mr Marburg'
STATION AGENT !
FORCED TO QUIT j
"All Tho Boys at This End
Of the Line Are Talking
About My Recovery"
i Mr Short, wiltteti at n.ilnmoro
April 20. 10J0, discusses an article
"ii the league of nation written
by Hamilton Holt, and nil. Is
"1 strongly urge that tin- aitlcle
in iU-slon be i c-rlntcd In the type
and stjle of a newspaper clipping
Ibnt from the Times prefeiablv- -and
sent to every delegate to the item
omit lr and rcpubllran convention
before the meeting of the coinon
lions." 'I'aft for Notl.Pollllnil Stntiil.
The correspondence hIiows flint
Pm "blent Tatt has steadfastly op
pom d any participation of the
league to enforce peine In the
piesent political campaign.
A letter from Mr Tuft to Mr.
Short August 111, 1920, says:
"I am opposed even to a series
of questions propounded by the
league to onfotce peace to presl
ilentlnl rindldntcs. Such iiuestlons
cannot but taku on a partisan atti
A carbon copy of an unsigned
litter from Mr. Short's fibs. ,u.
ticssc.il to Mr. Tuft under date of
Auuu.it 13 s.ild:
"I'dsonnllv. I find tmsiif nine
llii 'lned to net with the Cox foreiv
nn. I am under lh- Itnpiesslon that
h k.mi.I niaiiv of those, who like my
self lme hlfherto been republicans,
nrc llkelv to take the sumo course.
Mimv others will support llnrdliig -Professor
Irvln Fisher's report fur
lilshul coiirldel'iible irason to be
llef lb.it Hardlm will yield to pres
sure pi the canvass goes forward,
but hw icl'lntlon and Uick of piln
clde do not commend liltn to inc."
A'luust 7. 1020. Mr. Taft sent two
letters to Mr Short, one being
confldintial note, which wild:
Tuft lilts Straight Out.
"I urn enclosing this with a more
formal statement because I do not
wish to threaten to resign as a
means of pt eventing (ictlon by the
executive- coininlttee Which the
members of that committee. mn
think It wl-- to prepare to take, but
If thev conclude to tnko any union
Hooklm- to the support of one par y
lather than the other In tlic chiu
pil.:n I wi-n to i'edgu as president
Of tl'l 1. .1 40C ' '
-I fi-ii -In! Harillm Is going to
i.r 1 1. .t..l id that the onh chance
f,,i ib. ui- with the I odue les
Rosebud, Texas. Mrs. Annlo
Lange, of It. V, I). No. 4, this place,
writes as follows regarding her ex
perience with Cardul: "Soma tlmu
ago I had a norvoui break-down of
some kind ... I was very weak, and
so nervous, it all seemed to comu
from . . . trouble, for at ... t had
fulntlng spoils and suffered a great
deal, but moro from tho weak,
trembly, no-account feeling than
anything else. I knew I needed a
tonic, nnd neccd it badly.
"I began tho uso of Cimlul, to soo
"If I couldn't get some strength, as
I know of other cases thut had been
helped by its use. I felt better . . .
I soon saw a great Improvement, ho
kept It up.
"I used seven bottles of Cardul,
and can say tho money was well
spent, for 1 grow well and strong.
Now able to do all my houso work
and a great deal of work besides."
If you nro run-down, weak, nerv
ous, and suffer from tho aliments
peculiar to women, it Is very likely
thut Cardul will help you, in tho way
it him helped thousands of others,
during tho past 40 years.
Tako Cardul, tho woman's tonic.
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Nllrs & .Moscr
Ktwuu City, Mo.
"My recovery not only surprised
mo, but nil tho boys are talking I
about what a great medicine Tatilac1
Is to havo pullKd me through," said i
A. K. Hnwley, telegraph operator,
nt Welsford Station, on the Cana
dian .Pacific It. It. Mr. Itawlcy
makes his homo at Westfleld HeaCh, '
New' Hrunswlck. " I
"My health suddenly gavo way
four years ago following an nttack
of grippe that settled in my stom
ach," continued Mr. Hnwley. "What
I ato would sour, causing gnu and
such a pressure In my rhest thnt 1
would nearly 's:nother. Sharp pains
would suddenly strike mo In tho
chest, keeping mo In agony fori
hours. One tiny I began vomiting
and kopt It up almost Incessantly I
for four days. I went to a hospital I
for three, weeks, hut shortly after
word got worse off than ever. Acuta
attacks of pain nnd nausea began
coming on mo every month, then
every week, and I lost fifty pounds
In weight and had to glvo up my
placo ns station agent. I went to
two other hospitals: for treatment
and took every kind of medlclno I
could hear of but I got worso all
"lleforo my first bottlo of Tanlac
was gono I noticed a dcr,filcl change
for tho better. 1 havo taken eight
bottles of Tanlnc, nm feeling fine
nnd able to cat almost anything. I
have igalned twenty pounds, my
stomach trouble, Is gone and I am
working every day. I nm gaining
weight and strength every day and
consider Tanlao tho most wonder
ful medlclno In tho world,1'
Tanlnc Is sold In Tulsa exclusive
ly by tho Quaker nnd Puritan Drug
Mnny manufacturers of motor trucks have
flourished in good times and koho out of busi
ness when conditions changed.
Owners of such trucks have been left with
"orphans" on their hands and without a service
station to which they could take their truck
for repairs and replacements.
On the other hand, the truck manufacturer
whose business has been backed by plenty of
capital and whose product has been built on
genuine quality rather than to meet a popular
demand is still in business.
The makers of CMC Trucks have in ten years
of truck building demonstrated tho permanency
of their business and the enduring quality of
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10 East SiKth
. W. J. THOMPSON, Mgr.
A Word About Prices
In 1917 the price of a 46-inch Simplex Ironer was $152
To-Day the price of a 46-inch Simplex Ironer is $180
Thi8 is an increase in price of" only 18 in 3'2
' years yet labor costs have advanced fully 100 and
the cost of materials has increased from 100 to
300. Had Simplex prices increased proportionately,
a 46-inch Simplex Ironer to-day would have to retail
Only through the economies of large production
has it been possible to hold down the price of Tho
Simplex. There has been no inflation there can
be no deflation. Simplex prices are STABLE. '
Further, the Simplex to-day is distinctly supe
rior to the Simplex of 1917. Not only has the plant
been "Ford-ized" but the product has ben
"Packard-ized" as well.
Continuation of low prices, on the Simplex is
dependent upon keeping up volume of production.
This advertisement is published to encourage thn
public to continue its purchases, lest a falling off in
volume actually shall force an increase in manufac
turing cost and a consequent increase in price to
The Simplex Ironer is an economic household
necessity. In the average-sized family it will effect
savings which practically pay its cost in the first year.
Good for n lifetime, practically freo from up-keep
expense, the Simplex does four hours' ironing in
an hour at a cost of only 4c for power nnd fuel.
THE AMERICAN IRONING MACHINE CO.
168 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago
See the Simplex Ironer demonstrated byt
Dodge Electric Company
Electrical Engineers and Contractors
110.12! 1'jist Second Ktrcvt
Phono Coclnr 1110 Connecting All I)eiarlnientH
i'-vit.,n H through him and his
' so. cess "
I Tin- formal letter which nrrntii
pimlt'il the pilMlle note s-ild In p.U't.
"The ciee hope of securing the
league with the lidge reser,ilnii
Is thiotiKh the icptihllcan candidate
Ills t,temetit has not been thor-
ji.imhlv sat V.f if lory In me. hut I still
think tint lrriimstnn'ei will ie.iilri
Mill to .el' fin 111 In Ills olr twice
,ieenrtid In fsvor of the league with
I In- l.o.ltte reservnlloiis nnd be hits
'fiint nulliliig In Ills neeeptatire
in-eeb which will hi event him tnm-
ing I" this solution of the dlffb illiv -wbiib
wi:l eonfiont li I tn In an .it
li mpt to iiegntliile ii pe n c, a tii w
..'iiciutli'ii. or a league such us he
nigi-ists In his acceptance n li '
I lhi Pont League I'luatieer.
I That -li- i iii'tlt.-ii lenniu- t.. f..r
HOW DOCTORS i
TREAT COLDS j
AND THE FLU
peace snllelted r.0"rt subscription
from n iiumbei of wealthy men and
women la ree,iled In it b'lltr fiom
Secretary Hhort to Vlckirsh.iin
under dale of July 2, 11). The
f'elter asks Mr Wlckersll.iln to wo
hit such siihsc tipllnim from Mis (.
II. P. Ilelmont, T. Coleman !u Punt,
l-abfi t II. Hal v. James W. Hernril.
William . Nichols, John I ), Itorke
feller, (r., nil of New Yotk, the late
Hunstor W. Murray Ciane of Dalton,
.Mass, and through Heualnr Ciane
li neh tin- I ili Tli- . -dm i N V ill
Mme i-f th.- i.t . tin itlon 11 fin ut
1 1 il Mriilitc 11 1 1 ii r i t I in ji I b
k-1 I'll li .111 Hi I 1 1 1 I! I lo i I i o
Kdyvniil A. I'llftie, sent on February
SI, 1919, when .Mr. Kilelie wns m
tending tho meeting of tho moun
tain congress for the league of na
tions nl ,nlt Uiko City, l'tnh. Th.
telegrnm which tefem to the money
raisers "the troupo" follows-
"Schlff, Cleveland, Dodge. Mm
row nnd I gnvo luncheon Tuesday
at Hankers' club nnd hope to r.ilsi
iiinrliler.'ililo funds. Uhasu of IIoh
toti sending Jl'MOO. Hill reports
nooni) of the JliO.OOO In definite
pledrei ('llleugo. llopo you tiro get-tli-
abundant funds In west, ltent
r-.nds to nil members of th"
M oupe "
I'lrt Step In 'IVeattnent Is u Hrlsk
piTgalUo With Cu'i'IuIim, the
Pi. rifled and Itetlncil 'iilmiu'l
Tab'ets thai nro Nniisin.
Ii'-s, S.ifo mill Sure.
Doctors havo found by experience
that no medicine for colde and Influ
enwi can be depended upon for full
effectiveness until the llr Is mad"
thoroughly antlvn. That Is why th
first step In tho treatment Is tho
new, nausealess calomel tablet called
Calolabs, and which aro freo from
the sickening and weakening effects
of tho oil slylo calomel. Doctors iilno
point out tho (act lh.it an active liver
mny go a long way towards prevent
ing Influenza, and Ii one of the most
Important faVtars. in enabling thu
patient to successfully vlths'.nnd an
attack and ward off pneumonia.
Ono Calotnb on tho tongue at bed
time, with a swallow of water that's
nil. No nails, no nausea nor thu
slightest Interference with your eat.
Ing, pleasuro or work. Next morn
Ingyour cold has vanished, your
liver Is active, your system Is puri
fied, and you nro feeling fine, with
a hciuty appetllo for breakfast.
Druggists sell Catotabs only In orig
inal aeali'd packagrs, price thirty
five cents. Your monliy will bo
cheerfully refunded If you do not
find theiu delightful. Advt.
Makes Bread Tate Good
"OU will find in Cream of Nut tho perfected nut
-1- butter. Tho proofla in its use. Try Crfam of Nut
on your own table na a spread In cream sauce In
cnlco bauini;. Make nny test you choose. Its flavor,
texture and quality are superior and uniform.
Ftlfitmn' Oul Grov Otrcrerln of rqmllr tilth quatlly
I. Ireoniin.nJtd M thro who pif.r th. nlm.l piialuct.
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M.MtMIIAI.I.-Vllt NII CI),
toil I'.. 1 lr.l M., TiiIhu, llklit.
1'liuiii'n, OmiKn ;inii-:iuili,
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