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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER HO, 1920.
ON BANKS FOR AID
Those Having owue ue-
posits i axen lor cam
.ABOUT $25 FROM EACH
! gfate Treasurer Lcecraft Rc-
P6rtcd in Direct Charge of
Getting These Funds
Tti-n Hum,. nt A
io Pen fur Ten Years
Nmv YOIIK, Oct. 29. Isaac For
guson, Chicago lawyer, nmt Charles
12. Huthcrnburg of Cleveland, wore
convicted of criminal nnnrrliy by. n
Jury In, supremo court horn tonight.
Justice Weeks Immediately son
tonced them to states prison for
turniH of from flvr to 10 yoars each.
BLUE SKY LAW -IS INVALID
fpfi.nl t Tho World.
OM-' IOJIA ni l, uci. HJ oinm
Trcimr Arthur N. Iccraft lias
yftsftJ "10 stato hanks ot Okla
lt contributing to the demo--lie
.-npalgn fund, tho baHls of
, micm ucing - uiuiuiiif n
he banks as have smaller
00 of Mnta inonov will not
i d to moot tho emergency
Ioulnun Act Knocked Out on Tccli
iilcnl (irouml by Court.
HmtMVHPOllT. In., Oct. 2D. Tho
Loub'.ma "blue, sky" law. arioped by
tho last legislature to jirovcnt fraud
fh tho sale of certain securities, was
uouarou U'lt'onnuiutionnl hrre today
by Judge n. It. Mlllfl of the district
court, In sustaining n motion to
iiuash charges ngalnnt Ed Haumnn,
a r'ock salesman. Judgu Mills sus
tnlncd n complaint that thu bill had
boon parsed by tho house under ono
tltlo Arid by tho senate under an
wth ho banks as havo smaller III .lolinson Not Coming.
.k.n t 00 OI MnlO money Will noiMly A.wtlnl..! Ftm KtMo Wire.
Jrnfnl to moot tho emergency OKLAHOMA CITY. Ort. 29. Hon
jnliis ''io managers of them uro utor Illrnm W. Johnson of Cnllfnrnla
lsiiincil o do no 'with the Idea of , who watt i expected to visit Oklahoma
nttlng oro deposits In tho future, i In the fours" of tho prcsldontbl
Stale ''rcasurer Lcecmft explained campaign," today telegraphed J, W.
of th telephone ot 4 o'clock this Ilarteld, republican candidate for
.(trn ii whllo conversing with a, senator, tlutt ho would ho unable to
"C4i!k'' hanker," thut In Instance 8 enrno hen.
Hfllv ri" niuiin , Kit. Ptnii- nit'iiu;
ksd bc:n deposited it was felt 1m
pfritl Hint fiiuch larger calls for
iiitai c should bo exported, and
Sn u' . anxious to know vhcther
the ane Jnls collud for would bo sent
direct. r oralis no nonorcu. .uui
lional information had been pr"
1oucly nought by phono communl-.
cations with the u'.itn treasurer's ot- I
flee where the Information was glv-1
tn that only Mr. Leecraft could k!vo
out tin' exact racts ns "no una
h.indlcil all of that direct mid ho is
r.ow at tlio stato democratic head
sartors In the Urlstol hotel."
Thtro aro 611 stato banks In Ok
lahoma but not nit of them havo1
Iffn able to seouro stato deposits.
Itoevtr the fact that theso which:
havf larpto (Icposlts aro expected to
t heavy contributors will cnuso .
ibout a $25 average, or bo sufficient
to bring1 In an excess ot $16,000 for
the sta'n democratic machine.
Tho treasurer called tho attention '
c( his telephono Inquirer to the fact !
that termer stato highway rommls
ilontr (leorco Noblo and state sena- i
pr Kuceno Kerr both occupy the .
Ame ( ftico with him In tho stato
iemoi ratio headquarters. f
They aro receivers of IUvor Hed l
ill and he suggested that an inquiry i
or request ought to catiso thcm to
have some of these feature with
tanks who will cxpcdlto and meet
the tuwssmcnts had dcoml'd Just
and fair for cahipalgn purposes.
Stale Call In lUnds.
fpttlil to The World. '
ru.NUA uitjt, oct. 23. to stato
I taurcr has called on all Okla
homa bankers for 20 per cent of all
Mto funds on deposit for tho pur
port It Is understood, ot buying state
bond. Inquiries today revealed that
the call has been answered and thu
lana.i sent to Oklahoma City from
CONTINUED FltOM 1'AOK ONr
Air. I'asquelra, rciresenllng the Mex
ican governmont, glvo promlso of a
speedy and happy outcome. The
letter which ho has addressed to me,
nnd which I am today Riving out for
publication. Is a very significant, and
I may add, very gratifying and h-as-surltig
statement of tho ittltudn mut
purpose of tho now government of
Mexico, Mr. I'esquelra ramo to
Washington bearing tho fullest pow
ers to speak und act on beh.ilf ot his
government nnd has exhibited
throughout .tjjo course ot tho dls
ruHslonsva.cbinplete realization of
Mexico's Inlornatlnnnl obligations
Just as his Jotter roflcetn clearly the
firm resolve or his governmont io
"I think 1 am warranted In saying
that the Mwrlcmi' queslloiiM will soon
reaHe to bd u question at all. inas
much ns it Is' about to be answered,
not only as It, concerns the United
States, but indeed, tho wholo world
as well, i
I'lcoscd With Coxcriinicnt.
"Tho new government of Mexico
lias given Indications of stability,
sincerity, nnd a creditable sensitive
nesi to lis ditties and their Just per
formance. While the full protection
of valid American Interests which In
clearly enjoined upon nTa duty, has
at all times been a matter of primary
concern to us, 1 may say that on tho
part of this country thorn has been
mi attempt to pronerlbo rigid and
definite terms upon which a recog
nition of the Mexican government
would be expressly conditioned. This,
we have doomed wholly uniu'Lsssary
nnd the disavowal of the Mexican
representative of any policy of re
rmdlitlnii of ohllKntlnn of confisca
tion of property or vested rights,
cithii through letronctlve legislation
or future regulations bus the milled
value of being spontaneous and tin
lii'.uiipi.il. "There are certain ponding mat
ters In controversy between the two
gow rnimiiits and our nationals, but
tin so will ho demanded cither hj
agreement or by the process ot arbi
tration to which Mexico Is prepared
to leid complete assent.
"The letter of Mr. lMsquelrn of
fers i basis upon which I lie prelim
Innili". tn recognition call conlldetit
ly prm ihiI. and I am hopeful that
wllhtti a short time the sympathetic
friend-litp and the patient forbear
ance I'icHtdrut Wilson h.is manl
feHted inward the Mexican people
during i he lung peiiod of their In
ternal disorders will be fully vindi
cated. The tloslre reflected In Mr.
I'ssqiirlra's letter fur the confidence,
nnd 1 am happy to believe that tho
last i loud upon ancient friendship
nf the two peoples Is soon to dis
Mr. I'nsqnslra s' letter to the son
"llrar Mr. Secretary:
"While the Informal and frank
conversations 1 have had with Mr.
Norma n lnK the undiirscretary of
state, have resulted In a cordial and
thotough understanding, 1 beg tnr
liberty of putting on paper tho ex
act position and definite desires of
"As ) mi know, and as the 1 tilted
States must see, It Is a new Mexico
thut faces the world In pride and coti
fi.terne Pi'ntii Imrdei In bnnbT
i tin n Is peace. Not a single rebel
I reinntim In nuns against the fedvi.ll
.1 whnle nation
thinks In terms of law and older and
rccilllmii Hull AUal'O IIHICKI-Il,
Mothers! Give The Little
Ones Syrup Pepsin
They like Dr. Caldwell's, and it quickly
relieve! their constipation
"DEGIN lo teach tho child regular dally
J-' elimination as young as possible,
and much constipation will be avoided
later in life. Tho most convenient hovlr
throughout lifo Is immediately upon
arising. It does not then interfere with
play, school or work.
When in spite of your efforts a mem
ber of the family becomes constipated,
give Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Tcpsln in tho
size dose directed on the bottle. It is a
mild, gentle laxativo safe for young
babies; effective fojr grownups. It is the
largest selling liquid laxative in the
world, and most economical ns a sixTy
cent bottle will last you many months.
IFor your information, Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin is a compound of Egyptian
Senna and other simple laxative herbs
With pepsin and pleasant-tasting aro
matics. Look on it as a good Family
friend, useful to relieve constipation
and symptoms like headache, bilious
ness, colds, fever, bad breath, loss of
appetite and sleep. It is no exaggera
tion to say that millions of families are
never without a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. It safeguards theirhealth.
TRY IT FREE
Send me your name and ad'
dtus and I u ili tend ynii a free
trial Bottle orny Syrup rebslru
Addrtu mt Dr. W. I). CoW
Ml, jit Waihinfton Sfrt,
Motin'cello, lilinod. Eitrj
body now and then needi a
Uxativt,and It ii urll to know
the belt. Write me lociay.
Star Photo-Players and Noted
Singer Appear at Majestic
the gieat suldlor. statesman, chorion
In be pt '".blent of Mexico. Is sup
ported tin! nitty by the conlltloti of
parties, imt by a union of faith and.
"What )ou may not know, how
over. Is the new spirit that animates
my vnuniiv it Is not only the case
Unit our men and women come, to a
deep and lasting realisation what
Mexico owes to the Idealism ot
President ilson, so mvbly nnd pa
tiently exhltilti'd In tho unhappy
years din Imt which our oppressed
millions fought against the Injus
tice which weighed them down for
centuries. It s equally true that
they have thrilled to the world vIh
Ion of the prcKldottt his tremendous
Ideal of nnlwreal fraternity.
"MoMi-n unlay 1m not merely plan
ning a future nf hupplno anil Jus
n, ! fur ail within her binders, tint
of our new siictigth wo tun willing
and eagoi tn play our proper part
In the ireaitnii of a new and hotter
order that will lift undent burden
from the back of humanity.
"A first task, of course. Is firm nlld
enduring friendship between Mexleo
nnd tho United mates. Not only wo
utii tielghbots, but every other con
sideration points to tin. wisdom of
an understanding that linen beyond
mere treaties ami sinks Its roots Into
Ihe heart ofoaeh nation. We have
tho sumo political institutions, tho
s.uihi aspirations, the tuiinc ideals,
Ihe m.i me gonls.
"Much a friendship Is fast form
ing. The governors nf Texas. Svw
Mexico and At li.'im--.ymtr border
states have already stretched out
tho hand of frlondHhlp, xnliintartly
telegraphing the president as their
faith In the stability, hntiesty and
sincerity of my government."
Hnmntlm It appears that nothing
has gone down except what you are
trying tn sell or cImc that rVciythliig
this gone down except what you are
trying to bny.--NashIUo Hunt hern
. I'arcnts Tight Oxer Child.
My AiMoctslml Vtrn gists Wire.
M'Al.lWmH, Ok.. Ort. 23.
Parents ot pretty 7-year-old Mildred
Crist havo begun 'a legal fight for
her possession. CuitlH O. Crist nnd
Orn Crist, tho parent, were divorced
over a year ago. Itecenlly tho for
mer Mrs. Crist married u brakeman
named Hues. Crist claims tho
mother Is About to movo to Montana
with I'.omi and tako tho llttlo girl
Arilninro Itocall Falls,
tlr Ani-nrlKteil Press Ule Wife.
AUDMOIIIJ. Okla, Oct. 29. Tho
cltv clerk today returned to Urn
citizens' recall committee tho pnll
llons for the recall of Mayor Free
man and City Commissioners Kraley.
Wilson and (Wires. The clerk slid
Ihe petitions flld not bear a suffi
cient number of signatures of quali
Wnlace Held In hi very newest 'the lierforntances beginning 8unday
a vocal emenainmem. win ' I'lirnra,
featuriug AJIsu Helen Waddcll, the
rnlobraled eohiiattira sopiatm. who
wfts a distinct hit nt the Newman
will be seen at the Majestic Theatre
beginning tomorrow. In this pliy the
Inltnltlbla Wallace Is again di-iiicled theater In Kansas City. Miss Wiuldoll
In one of those mlle-a-mlniito sklta imM an uniiNUally fine voice, and her
that faintly tnketf tho breath away 1 rendition of tho classical nnd popular
"yOU don't have to use as
J- much of Calumet as you
do of most othei Baking Powders.
Because it has more1 than the or
dinary leavening strength. You
save about half on its use.
You don't have to pay a big
price for Calumet It's sold ata mod
erate price. It always Iras been.
And that represents another saving.
You don't have to feel uncer
tain as to results. Bakings never fail
because Calumet never falls below
the proven standard of "Best by Test"
in Its cyclonic rush to unfoiii a
cloveily constructed plot and story.
Wallaco Held Is ono ot Tult.a'0,
greatest favorites and has never dls
sapolntod. "Tho Itoarlng Itoad' and
"Kxcusu My Uimt'1 were samples of
tho very finest presentations ever
sliown on tno screen nun were ap
preciated by film fans everywhere.
"What's Your Hurry?" begins Sun
.. . . '
song gems havo endeared Uio oharm
Ing artl.tto t" hur ninueuccs every
Another pleasing example,, of the
MaJejdlc'H willingness lo present the
highest typo ot performances and
adorn each with a magnificent en
vironment Is tho HUgmuiitcd orches
tra i'j capably .directed by Titos.
I., llerrlck. .
Thu presentation next week will
Tho Majestic management will nro-l likely be considered ono of the very
sent next week an Innovation that 1 bestl seen and heard at that play-
In suro to delight all Tulsa, with I house this season. Advt.
dGHjEDiw at 1 ht 111
HE9nHHHMHK3nuH Ik wiiito nt m s.mi.oii. II 41 Ij
It possesses the highest quality
ever put into a Baking Powder. Con
tains only such ingredients as have
been oflicinlly endorsed by United
States Food Authorities..
For weeks, for months it keeps as
fresh and full of strengtli as the day it
left the Calumet Factories, the World's
Largest, most Sanitary and Modern
jBaking Powder plants.
Every spoonful of every can is the
same pure and dependable. Try it
A pound can of Calumet contains, full
16oz. Some baking powders come in
12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure you get a pound when you want It.
I.'. , ' s
for the' Newest Hat Styles
close roll brim; smaller shapes
Alert buying better value giving; Chat's tho way we havo built;
this big Hat business of ours and .that's the way we intend to knep
it and make it still bigger with standard quality, late styles,
superior service and always greater value giving.
If you want to buy that kind of a. hat and get that kind of value
and service, drop in and let us help you pick yours from this new
shipment of newest styles.
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