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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920.
HUGE SUM ASKED
cmntnrv Houston Says
411 UlMIOllo T in XJV
BIG MILITARY BUDGET
Billion and Quarter for Array
and Navy Sought, but Es
timate Will Be Pruned
y A. O. WAYWARD.
. x s staff Ccrrjpondfnt.
'VASIIINOTO.V. Dec. C Tho vast
urn of U,653.S60,7t.9.3 In neces
sary to rm tlio government for tlic
rt fiscal year, from Juno 30,
JIM. 1 Junc !' ,?22' RCCordlni;
w'lho annual estimated submitted
to congress i tli0 cpqclnB today by
ft(trctary or tho Treasury llous-
"(,H( figures, taking In nil de
u'm'ntK, represent an Increase of
lit 15,:".'.S1 over wliat wan ne
tua'l'y appropriated to run the gov
ernment for the jireacnt year ending
June 3C I3-1-
The government officials esti
mated tho government's needs for
the present e,,r xvl" re11"'! 'h0
enormous sum of J5.06 4.3f.rt,793.68.
Th congressional pruning shears
.1V( again been bharpened for the
(itlmatrii now submitted and It l
lOldcrcd certain that tho figures
lll be heavily rut.
KepuMlctn leaders are advising
out .innronrl.itlona be made only
(or the bare running expenses of
inc various iieparimeiiis una gov
ernment hiucaiin leaving to tho
administration freedom of no
tion In making recommendations
lor additional appropriations to
carry en tpeolflc works of tho gov
ernment. The heaviest demands for In-
trtuei appropriations come from
the military cstnDinnincni. inc
ar department usks $099,273,
03.93. It asked, last year. J995,-
Kl,J02.!O and was given by con
tirm J39,700,r.77.70. Tho navy
department aska this ear 63S,(.2:,
21l.tr Thu appropriation last
jear for tho navy was 1421, 9S4,
IH. An agitation has been started al
ready In congress for reduction of
the military establishments total
appropriations at least 30 per cent
ucder last year's appropriation.
Secretaries Maker and Daniels
must undergo severe catechising be
fore the house commute,, mis win
tor and must fight to secure any
thing like the, hugo appropriations
they arc asking.
Tulsa Undenaisfng company can
me you H. Phono O. 8515. Adv.
Foreign Activity in
uram to Be Probed
WASHINGTON. Dec. 6. Inveent-
Ballon by tho federal trade com
mission of "operations and activi
ties of foreign governments" In the
Brain trade of the United BUtcs Is
provided 111 a resolution Intr.idii.'e. 1
In the houffl today by Ropr'S-nta -tlvo
Hlccncrson, repuhlluiii of Min
nesota. In hlH resolution Steenerson
charges tlmt "tho grain markets of
tlio United States ato tin longer
opened to free and natural operation
of tho laws of supply and demand,
but arc monopolized, controlled and
manipulated at will by tho Influ
ence of foreign governments."
NO WHEAT RAISE IN SIGHT
ii mm Mum mm mm
DR. TOTTS UVB PIUS
tUM Mt ar twa at Iwdtha,
Ur eUataatea all potooao.
tier tnm Um STStca
mitremUiei tke BaweU.
IMPORTANT TO Ml WOMEN
HEADERS OF THIS PAPER
Thouatids upon thousands of
nmen have kidney or bladder
osDle and never suspect It.
Women's roniplalnls often prove
au 'nothing else but kidney trouble.
c; the rcouli of kidney or bladder
Jill kl,lnf, nro not In n healthy
wwitlon, they may cause tho other
"tana to becoino diseased.
v.y?,u ,my suffer pain in the back,
quiche and loss of ambition.
I'ow health makes you nervous, lr
vJD.d and maybo despondent; It
c-w any one so.
J'ut houndreds of women claim
t . or Kl',""-'" Swamp Hoot,
o ed to ,o just tho remedy need
"mo overcome such conditions.
A '"J"' for a wisnplo bottlo to
t.v ?atKwap Jtoot. the great kid
i? fni .cir ani1 '''-"I''" medlclno will
"Loetnr "y c',clnslnK 10 cents
!in v v & Co., Illng-ham-
lit v..T ' ,5ou 'my receive sample
r,"le ''y. Parcel post. Yon can
I hiiu... "?""'" a"d largo size
dtlll lnurp ikiw and even bv Febru
ary or .Mareli will got no lilghor In
Jitlco than It Is now. A visit to tho
elevators here will show that tho
farmers nro disposing of their wheat
uo faBl ns tin y can.
Farmers Comlnml of It uml Make
Heady to Sell tlio Crop.
TOI'KKA. Kan., Dee. 6. Ucports
being received here today from .Mini
hatUn nlid other towns Indicate that
tho farmers do not cxcet wheat to
advance for nomo time ami are get-
ling reaily to coll. The agricultural
college reports that tho holding
campaign begun Oclolier 25, has ap
parently failed as receipts received
at tho principal markets slncn (lot li
ne r Zb are ho larg'j us iney were a
year ago. A report from nn eleva
tor man at I.enora says: "The popu
lar belief among the farmers hero is
that, although wheat might rally af
te rthe first of the year. It may go
Sand Springs Notes J
SAND SI'IUNOS, Dec 6. Tho
rummngo s.ilo that has been ar
ranged for by the Indira of the
Methodist churih will bu held Kri
iluy mid Hulurday In the building
formerly occupied by tho Adrian
and Day clothing store. There will
be a merchant's lunch at noon Hat
urday to which all IiusIiichk men arc
cordially Invited. Any who earn to
contribute to the rummngo nalo may
send articles to tlio church on Wed-'
liesd.iy or Thursd ly whero they will
be sorted uml marked.
The wom.tu'u club will meet this
afternoon at the homo of Mrs. C. 11.
l'atker on Washington Mr.et. The
luestlon of Chrlstmaii welfare work
will be illseusMril and u method of
proc.'iluto deelilei) upon. .Mrs. H.
J, Miller, chairman of the welfare
committee, will be In charge of what
plans may be udoptcd.
The Junior choir of thn Methodist
chuich will meet b'rlday atcrnonn
in the church to practice) for their
Mothers' prayer meeting will be
held In tho home of Mrs- .1. O. Maker,
510 Wilson street, Tuesday afternoon
from 2:30 to l o'clock.
Tho communion servlcrs at the
Community clmrrh wro well at
tended Sunday, more than 70 extra
seiitd being needed to accomodate
thoaa who were piesent. Thero
were ,lt new members, adults and
children, who united with tho
church. In tho afternoon the en
tertainment of Mr. Weaver and Miss
Wyiidham of Kendall college was en
joyed by a most appreciative audi
onco. Tho recital lasted About an
hour and a half. There wcro no
evening services duo to the fact Hint
Dr. 8. It. (lurdoii was called to Tulsa
tti speak at the College I lilt church
on tho bugel system of the Now lira
Members of the ngrlculttiro class
of the high school were the guests
of honor at a banquet given them In
tltf new high school by tho faculty
and the domestic science cbuw Fri
day night. Mesldes the local school
board, the city superintendent, uml
tlio faculty of the school, Prof V
Clark of tho A. & M. college at
Stlllwalur was present as an honor
guest. Dtheis that were piesent ns
honor guests were C. Ilrldges, coun
ty superintendent of agriculture, and
I.. Maltby, federal agent of the
southern states In Kmltlulltighes
work. Tho boys of the agrlcultuuil
class wero awarded over JJ00 In cash
prlr.es for their work In the fields
tho past season, which netted them
3.3ou from produce raised and
llev. J- C. Watson of tho Method
ist church bus marled on his leoi
gunluitlmi woik, and within the next
two weekx will put tho various com
mlttocs to work on thn special ilu
ties. It is tho plan of Reverend Wat
son to divide the cntlro town Into
fuiir wanli whuh may later bo s ib
divided, and to place in ui.h ward
a sunshine committee, a reception
committee, mill a membeislilp com
mittee, A homo survey will be taken
and the constituency of the iliuicli
ascertained before any work Is un
let taken In other fields, l'roin eaii
family u paper will be secured which
will give t lie nge, station In life, tal
ent, work, and chuich piofcrcncn of
evcrv member. Tlio nuiulier nf homes
that have cars, pianos, or modern
I conveniences will I hi recorded for
I futine icfi'ienee In church woik, and
j some plans will m t ittered upon for
i the f ut llu'i lug of a sm lal t onimuiiltv
(rente1. The organisation of the
church wl'l be arranged accordUK
I in the Wlrhlt i nie.i plan promoted
I t.v lllshop Waldorf
START CROSSING WORK
Rntj Railroad HvikvIs to Keep Riff
IW( nt Work ReV'ilrlng (irndi)
lulerM-ctlniis In TuNn.
With work already started on tho
Second sln l crtwulng, the Katy
iallro.nl expects t'i keep a largo
form of men on the Job until nil of
Us IS defective croislngs In various
p.irts of tho city lmvn been io
palled. The tteeonil street etosslug ban
been In nn iinimtlsfnctoty condition
('r more than a vcur and has canned
nun h annoy.inco to tiaffle. At most
I of the ciosslngs the rails extend
iHlinvo the adjoining paving, while at
olheiH the rails ato lower.
1 Present nrosHlngs are belnit com
pletely turn nut. New ballast la be
ing laid, an well as flu-pound ralln,
and between tho tracks wilt b
placed slx-by-iight Inch eroosoted
long leaf pine. Thn paving for a
distance of eight feat from eu-.h aid
of tho tracks la to bo revised and
raised to conform to tho crsdo to
provide a smooth surfaco over the
Tt'i.NA vtimiow rt.r.ANiftn eft.
s V llrfnre Making Caatraola
VVInlnra HnM In stnrra, offt- u'
tutvats iwnin by rtr. wMk or
month. Woodwork whi1 mi
eifoned. Ktimies enrriur
rilONK OnAflK ItM
WNT FOOL WITH
VOL need it when tho unexpected
I rneunwtlo twlngo HtartH the
tre r."'inii.un' "ebrs following expo
're niML I '"nbngo, lamo back.
Fcrrv u tLi"'H' Junu, neuralgia.
M iLf,' ""l. '"'ylng ajiother bottle
G,M.ftP"1t It liandy. didn't you?
loiiiii,,, ""wyyou may need It
J?.T0US cnu'iter-lrrltant pone
l.li!,.',,t ru''blng; and scatters
rn lt,0.n T" l'al" or ncl18 la
T'Co us;lnc'"'. no stained skin,
tow, J? ut '"'Kul.i.r usom keep It
'''t't li .;',ncr8:'.cy they don't
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA M QUININE
Neglected Colds arc Dangerous
Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy bandy for the first sneaze.
Breaks np a cold in 24 hours Relieves
' Grippe In 3 days Escaltent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascira is bait Tonic
Laxative-No Opiate in Hill's. ,
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
Tour Mind Will Rest at Ease
if You Give
Boston Novelty Co.
18 S. Itoston 3 Doors South of Frisco Depot
The Song of the Apex
Whenever you hear the low, busy-bec hum of an
"Apex Cleaner, you will find, amid absolute cleanliness,
a contented woman, reveling in her dustless homo, her
spare time, her own freshness and vigor.
The light-weight Apext with its exclusive inclined
divided nozzle, its horizontal motor, glides easily under
low-built furniture, close up to baseboards, around
chair and table legs. It cleans with equal thorough
ness at the extreme ends of the thin-lip nozzle open
ing as at the center.
A trial convince you. We
ask the privilege of
showing in your own
home how helpful the
ftfcrftc SUCTION cleancr Apex can be to you.
Patrician Habj Sfctrt Jtl.OO taih
f4fciilly in'untd to mtM th r-qulrrmc nta for
triad inJ miUc in! ccicjl Jiilir
Adam Olive Sfsin t2.00 tath
For serving olives, lilted nuts, etc.
l JH In6Blue J5I
Sihsaton Vitklt4r0lwtFtrk$.J$uth -I'or
terving pickles, olives ind reUtbec
I'ATftictAN Stigtr Sfnt 1 1 .50 t(h
Also deslrtble for jim or nrnmttlade icnrtcc
Patrician Hutur Krtift fl.O tath
An attxalivc practical gift
Adam Qtld tPtfeat cr Serving Fori $2.$0 l(h
For serving sliced fowl, cold meats, tub, etc.
A pa 11 'Puree J Server t'i, CO tacit
For servuirj sliced pineapple, fritters, tomatoes, cucumbers,
croouettcj, fish calcs, etc..
Apam luJiviJujIllvtter Spreader 1 JI7.OO Sti if Six
Used with individual bread and butter platea,
Adam licrry Spun $2'75
Also for serving fruits, puddingi, and esperiilly desirable fa
casserole and baling dub service.
1 i-n"i 1
V'otk: The gift pieces shown
above are made in all o.mmunitv
,7) extra charge for Cjift fat-
1 Many other attractive pieces
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".Wl if- ie-n r
SI. V. heedlessly. All
'c Jl.to. Advt.
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7 East Sixth Street