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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
JresiiU'iit Promised Army
to Enforce Treaty, Says
STATED PEACE PACT
Assails Wilson and 'Collabor-
flit" nir-rutin'ir Terms
JlOI-i i" - "
ol Versailles Paper
wrosf c. paiikhk
5 liv lntornatlon.il New
cii. 21. Former Pro
,i.o of KiiniRtil. Joined
. iy between 'President
i t-i nutor Spencer today
.r.iMiinccincut that tho
president at tho Hlghth
,i"ii of tho ieaco eon
Paris, promised to end
in army and tho Amcr
o litirouo to guarantee
tW A' '
M ' '-'
TOO liii'flim-Hi " ih,..i-u.-j
iroerh v s nuureMeti airocuy iu
I'litur t k occasion to assail
I'fMiJi ' Wilson and Ills collabora
r1 f "dictating the pcaco
tMtv insists tho president nnd
ti,! It'll) 'Ma dclcgntlon, headed by
tratu' " '"I "e Jugo-SIava.
f yt, ,l'taUU leil'Hl "I'litv ,nn Di
llon if 'r Incident to tho J'nrls
turciu ' the International Nows
Eervi' o f ' Hueharest.
A t'c former lltimanlan premier
nijd.i' ly addressed iy Presi
dent V ' ' ho was asked by tho In
ternal. r ' News Service to glvo hla
Hi en i' 'Tutors Bhould now guar
antee t ' t i urity of tho states to
Men rrcsiucni vvnson uicuuou
Hi will " ...
KTrr r rremier uraiinno a -teio-
ftxm if m mo iiumuuian cupiuu
!ol,nwj in iun.
In rcji v to your telegram nero
ire r '-C! rom iTcsweni wii-
M'l r njent made at tho plenary
Mil i tho pcaco conference on
l!ay ri 'I'D.
Tli. a. il 1 nnd associated pow-
w wl 1 r iaranteo to maintain na
r.uth .i:: possible tho Just condl-
t' ns t tt'ii" h they will havo agreed.
Ihv '3i i. pon themselves this cn-
fijom rt nnd naturally upon them
ni.n principal responsiuiiuy.
"I'oico Is Guarantee."
"'It must not he forgotten that
their for - is their cuaranty. Tho
nme ar.jmcnt applies to their au
thority It la on tho Mmo basis that
the .L.tiTlty states mentioned
ihould understand that tho princi
pal potters will guarantco tho very
existence of theso ntates.
"'It is unjust that tlioy agreed to
this demard since conditions which
we regard ns fundamentally Just,
are In question? Tho guarantee
?!vcn to you amounta to this: That
the United States will send from
the other sldo of tho ocean their
army and their fleet.
Is It surprising under theso
conditions, they duslro a Just solu
tion on their different problems?
M'e have mentioned only tho great
rwern This Is simply because they
tint assuranco that they can guar-
mteu with all tho forces at tneir
dtjposii nil tho advantages this
treaty gives to you na well as to us.
rower u (.iiiinintco.
'"It Is tho sldo which lms tho
power ubk-li lll iiMMiiri; tho
inalnt.iliH'iico mill Its Kiipromo
UH.ir.mteo of ponco will bo on the
klde which lms ((Ills) power.'"
THls -omnlcted tho former nro-
tr.ler'i vcrrlon of I'resldont "Wilson's
remarks Tho telegram continues:
"lfelirung In international de
tnocrarv ucmc in disagreement with
ante ra'i f inception of authority
: ' frcai nr.-crs I did not hnvo tho
rin r of receiving any further
nitcmmts of prlvato naturo from
"Dut mlependcnt of nny dcclara
'. h" fnct remains that I'rcsl-
0'it Wiisnn and his collaborators
felucdl 'ho peaeo conferenco to a
Wrcmo council of tho great
s.suinc(l All Itlght.
In a nmlnir nil tho rlcht thev
My assumed all tho ro-
unell not only openly Im
Bolutlon of nil questions
'! by tho war. but nro
ed lis rlphf In nnrmnnnnl l.i-
trvoni(i ! ,n political and economic
Itairs i certain Kuropoan states
' - iproeity.
onlv i r senho of Justlro of th
P'u .lt rlrnn nnntiln v Ml rrnnt?
under Fiirh coercion
' t understand Ipso facto
lould guaranteo at least
1 of tho states upon
dent Wilson Imposed his
ir territorial sottlomenta
organization of their lo
"'", pcrh.na to tho dctrl
"eir pence und Kpcurity."
'lano's itispntch was in
n order that it might bo
li Ktigllsh with nbso
'I'liality, U waa given to
' translator or tho United
'0 delegation to tho peaco
It was this official who
I from trio l'reneh the
'v President Wilson and
embers or tho American
0, Boy! Here's Beat!
You Tell 'cm, Cupid,
You Tied the Knots
PAW.VEH, Okla., Oct. 21.
Kanny.Vnlklng..Sun - Chapman -Hnves-Walklng
Sun, an Indian
woman, 5S years of mr0 and mar
ried six times, obJc3tcd to tho di
vorce suit brought in district court
hero before Julgo Jt. S. Cole, by
her husband, Walking Sun, four
times weddid nnd 77 ycara old,
on thd grounds that Walking yuti'a
rhargta that she would not bo a
good wife, were untrue.
Walking Sun, nil Indian of a
smaller tribe, haa Ml of his for
mer wives living, wlillo two of tho
men who were formerly tho hus
bands of F.inny-U'nlklng Hun are
dead. An odd liWniic of tho pro
ceedings is the fact that both
Walking Sun nnd Fanny Walking
Sun have been married otico be
foro nnd divorced, later to remarry.
Hiwhors for Coffee I'lrni.
NHW YOK, Oct. 21. Federal
Judgo Mark today appointed Vln
conte P. Villa of Colombia, South
America, nnd Iviwrcnco .Ilercnsen,
receivers In equity for Vasiiues,
Corcas and company, Inc., Now York
coffee exporters and Importers. The
concern's liabilities were given In
tho complaint as more than $!,500,
000, of which It Is explained that
$1. 600,000 nro unsecured.
POX J i)
Weni . r
Ktrnngleil Ily Own Holt.
KUPKUIOH, Wis., Oct. 21. -Mrs.
John Ilodln, 45, was strangled to
death hero today when tho bolt on
her dress cnuuht around her neck
as sho fell otf n porch at her home,
GORE LECTURE SERIES
llns .Made Arrniigrmcnts o SHvik
Agnlit Irf-iigiio of Natluiw Ho
foro American league.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 21.
The Dally Oklahomnn has tried to
crcsito tho impression that Senator
Ooro Li supporting (lovornor Cox
for tho presidency. This Is done in
tho hopo of llnlnur up tho "bolsho
vlkl and I. W. vv.'s and pro-Ocr-mans,"
who supported, tloro In tho
primary, for Cox. Fred C. Clarke,
statu president of tho Inguo for
tho l'reservatlon of American In
dependence, has a telegram from
CJoro which leaves no doubt na to
whero the blind suuutor stands. It
Is In reply to an invitation to npoiik
In Oklahoma, and is sunt from
Washington under date of October
19, aa follows:
"I Ilavo arranged with tho
League for tho l'reservatlon of
Ainurlran Independence, which,
as you know, Is a non-partisan or
ganization, to deliver a series of
lectures and addresses between
this and tho convening of tho
svnato In December. 1 am already
billed for the uAt two or threo
weeks. My addresses nro along tho
lino of speeches In mo senato and
in Oklahoma nnctscwhcrc. 1
ahall not cease, my warfare against
tho lcaguo na drawn until every
body knows tho truth that It la
dend pnat all redemption, T, 1.
"Wnrfaro against tho league"
certainly Involves wirfaro against
those who would forcn tho loaguo
upon this country, and thu- friends
of Senator Ooro will bo glad to
know that defeat has not altered
1 bis purposn to fight for tho ludo-
pendonro of America Trom iltctatiou
by nny foreign super-government.
Tho opponents of tho lcaguo nro not
enid buTldg collapses
Wall of Now Stnirlmv I Mils, Hut No
One N InJurtM In Criudi.
Ily AurocUtfil I'ri-M Klte Wife
HNll), Okla.. Oct. 21. With a
crash that was plainly heard
throughout the business" district here
this morning the entire wall of a
new brli-k building Just being com
pleted, caved In. No one was Injured.
Anhlti-cts and others had been In
the basement n few moments bcfonv
making plans to get wntrr out whb'h
h.iTron In durfW the rain which fell
last night. The damage Is estimated
by building experts at Jt.OOO The
building would have been ready for
occupancy within tho next two or
Churchmen Talk Ivilucallou,
WACO, Texas, Oct. 21. Declaring
that on the education of the youth
of tho country depends tho future
welfare of this nation, , bishops,
clergy and laymen, representing
Oklahoma, Texns, Mlssorl, Arkansas,
Kansas nnd New Mexico, the .South
western Kplscopal synod, meetrng
hero In niinual session today devoted
almost tho entire session to a discus,
slim of how best to train young people.
Holier A. McHlrney,
Funeral Director. Phono 46(!-l91
9134. 921 South Main. Advt.
319-321 South Main
You'll find the most complete showing- of
Soft and stiff styles priced at $8.00 and up
POISON KILLS THREE PEOPLE
rnl"u of Sluiiuirlis f Victims Kx-
"'111110(1 ,y CJifinlMH.
M, Cal., Oct. 21. Dlag
be stomach contents of
ns who died last night
' a hospital hero showod
fonnerted with l,elnnrt
'mersity nnd tho Uni
A PLOT AIMED AT BRITISH
"aevT nr!','l,u,,,)l S'e Coirsplr-
'vfc. .i. -nil
'nd I h "1'.P',,l'f secretary for Iro-
c vL ,' c uml hlKhly paid consplr
llii, L fxl!,'?nco to smash tho Hrl
dc'rs r,!"n",r dreonwood made this
hin 7i " M 1,10 h01'"" ' commons
nueati r "JS8lo opened on tho Irish
In ir-""!1' r,t'lpr seo the railways
toan vim, c,l01i'1 rtown fnr ,on '""
io u ,0 tho domandsof tho men
Don ii.im'v1110 .'ncn refuse to trnns.
A man. needs no excuse for try
ing to get through this Fall and
Winter with his last year's hat .
Stand squarely on fhi rug in front of your mir
ror, put your hat on and look at it !
Then think what a few m(nutes and a little
money spent withonc of fhe Stetson hatters
here in town will do to bring your hat in crisp,
smart tone with the rest of your clothes.
Don't be surprised if practically every hatter
you talk with seems to insist on Stetson.
Your hatter will tell you that Stetson Style,
Stetson Quality, Stetson Money's Worth, arc
even greater today than ever.
We are standing right back of him with the
Stetson Quality '
Stetson Money's Worth
The wrtnc today as for
55 years aaaurcxl
Stetson Quality Mark
in Every Hat
John n. Stteaoa Company
The New Fall and Winter Styles, in
Are Ready for Your Approval at
Wright Clothing Co.
The HQme of Hart Schaffner & Marx
IT'S JUST A 'COTTON SCARE'
Henry ;. Hitler Sa)s There's No
.Need of Hti-dilng for 1 ilt-rnl Aid
NKW OIU.KANS. Oct. 21. In a
Hlntunent prepared at the Instance
or hip .New Orleans cotton exeiiango
directors and inado public tonight.
Henry (I Hester, secretary of the
exchange and for r.O enr rrgarded
as in International authority on
nmtters pertaining to cotton mar-
' ON HER HEAD
"My Rich', Back and Hcnd
Taiiicd Me .Itiat All tho
Time," Says Alabama
Lady, Who Took Cnrdui
and Got Well
Unlnnrnwn. Ala 'After the birth
of tny baby, l came near dying,
writes Mrs. Maud Felts, of Union
town. "I wns lij, an awful con
dition ... It Just looked Illio I
"I couldn'e bear nnjnno to evpn
touch me, I was so sore, not even to
turn me in my bed. My sides, back
and head all p.i.ued me, Just all
"Wo hnd the diietnr every day and
ho did everything ho knew how, It
looked like. Yet I Iny there suffer
Inv such Intense pains as seems I
"Finally, I said to my husband,
let us try Cardul ... Ho went for
It at once, and before 1 had taken
the first bottle tie... camn back,
soreness began to go nwny. nnd 1 be
gan to go nwny, ami I began 1
mend. I lie Intense pressuro seem
ed all at unci! to leave my lieajj.
and befcre long I was up,
"I took three hotllu.4 nnd was well
and strong and able to do my work.
I believed Cardul saved my life. . . .
I cannot pralso it ei'oush for what
It did for me."
If you nro a woman, nnd need a
Take Cnrdui. tho Woman's Tonic.
for rMshltiK for federal flnnnct.il
kellng, declared there Is "no reason
aid." and arserted there wis "noth
ing the matter with the south be
yond an unreasoning s.'iiro In
The statement was prepared "for
the benefit nnd eneoutai:iinent of
those who .lie not fill Iv lut'irnied "
Woman Slain Man .Sought.
SAN FANClHCI) Oct. 21. -The
body of an unidentified woman;
about 2'i yenis old, with the bands
lightly hound and a pillow slip
stuffed Into her mouth, wus found
In n hotel ben- Inday. A man who
nceompiinled her to tho hotel Is be
OMnlioniaii DIom In CScnnniiy.
WASHINGTON, Oat. 21. Tho
war department nnnouncc.1 thu
ill nth In Coblcnz, Germany, of Prl
Mito .lessn (I. (.Hick, gallna, Okla.
Pneumonia was tho causo. Dootii
occurred on October Hi.
Anita Stewart in "Harriet and The
Jiper" Starting Sunday
"Harriet and tho Piper," Anita
Stewart's latest First National pic
ture, which will bo screened at the
Strand theater, commencing Satur
day, is from Kathleen Nnrris' story
of the same name. The story, which
has a Greenwich Village setting, ran
serially In tho Pictorial Itovlew;, nnd
has since brn published In book
form. Supporting Miss Stewart Is
an all-star rlint, Including Ward
Crane, Charles Hlchinan, Irving
Cummlngs, Ilyron Munson, Myrtle
Stedmali, Margaret l-unills, Ilarbara
J.a Marr Deeley and Loyola O'Con
nor, llertrain Ilrackcn directed tho
Thoso who have already Been
"Harriot and the Piper," both nt tho
coant nnd Lri Now York, nro unani
mous In declaring it tho best film
vehicle, in which Mis Stewart hns
yet appeared, not excepting "In Old
Kentucky," which was ono of tho
most successful of -last season's pro
Connected With No Other FMablishment in the World
A Great Waist Sale
Offering Absalutely Marvelous Values
Many high, grade manufacturer's samples, together with several rc
markable purchases, bought greatly undcrpriccd, and reductions from
our regular stock, make the values in this sale really tremendous.
There are blouse, tie-on, Eton, tailored
and Russian blouse styles, long and
short sleeves, with and without col
lars. They are in many colors,
including the suit shades.
The trimmings include real filet, Vol.
and Vcnisc laces, many with handsome
beaded or braided designs, others
showing the newest embroidery 1
in both wool and silk.
Georgettes Crepe de Chine
Tricotines Pussy Willows
Striped Broadcloth Plaid Taffetas
Satin and Georgette Combinations