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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920.
TARIFF MEASURE
TO BEJJP TODAY
Hard Fight Expected But
Supporters Declare
Passage. Certain
WAKIIINOTON. lr. 21 Tho
Fordnay ctimrKi-iirv (miff meinour',
N di'Hlpru'il to protect nomo t'l odd
farm products, by vlrUally ifiiilnt,'
s tlii'lr Impoil.itli li (lit (i bui'.y
' dUtll.M, Ulll 1)1! I'lllll'll III I hi- llOIIV
(iiiiiut inw under Hpncliil mil Kivin
It riKhl nf way null limiting i bnlr
Alttimm'h II liatil flKlll l i'XH!i tnl,
lirnpnnuntri (if tile lull (Velim-d 'h
j iunftiKi by lb" boiimi huh certain tl
fato. hiiunvrr. In tint wnulo, ih li
(SI riled omi'Whilt iliillblflll.
Ill tlm flint tent vulu (fiilny nilvn
end s of ilm nii' lnl turlfr l ulAltiHim
wnn a HlKiml victory by inlopli n:
200 In ill, li moduli Id KlWprlnl lli
IhihIiu'kh nf I'iilriiilnr Wcdm .. (
brliiK l ho bill tn n. voir liefnn- ml
Join lunch!. Tlii'io will ! no opiii i
tinilty (i) Include other urtb b h i
nmrtiil inc'iil.
Tim bill ilotinniiri'il in tlm lioiie
linliiy n "Kpeclal IcKlriliitliili" by
Iti'pri'Xi'iitullvu Madden, ri'publli .in,
IIIIiioIn, who ilHulnri'il It m "tin win
ilurn mliiit bo inniilfwr lo ovoryliody,"
4i'oii(l)ciii' I'IkIiIm lii''li'ililp.
OOl.tWIIIUH. (Ililn, lice. 21 Tho
Onoilyi'iir Tli ii & Ituldicr roiiiiiiy of
Akron, for which u receiver wnn
nulled liiMt wuvk In a li" nl coin ( by
I'mnrlx MniiMett, ti Htoclchoblcr ami
fnninT attorney ki noral of Olnti, lo
ilny flli'il motion to (jiiiihIi tliu nil
vlin iiiiminoliN flb'il 111 I bo cane
HKiilimt It,
u iol.no anil Ucninrim vnltted nt $76,
Duo Ten nlbfr lankn wi r nnw-ij
IV i men wi fe nveri'ly burneil by
fi .lMK fill. Thin wH thn necoiiil oil
f ii In ii iflt, the fliM oiii. miitnln
Iiik .'i lu.iH of nearly J 1 00,00') last
Hut'inhiy.
Meet IVini'i Airman li I .mid,
OMAHA. Nub., Dec. 21. A heavy
ni i iimul.'illnri of nleet on u went
I". noil filr mall plane, ''hli'iKo to
'Inmlia for-cd Hie pll ,t U (' Hop.
con, to In ml iimr Wiotn, JoWh, to,
liny, liicritdlliK lo word lurched
here. The lniiehlne ilrii' k h Mope
mid one of It m winK- wn i tlain.imd
Judge Movch to Stop
Growing liaby Traffic
HALT l.AKK CITV, flah, Dec
2 1 . Dcckirlti that hum! redo of
liable am lining literally Bold In
Halt liko City every iar. JudKo
Hiiro II. Anderson or Ilm local
jtivMilln court, In bin biennial rc
port to thn Kovernnr, leromtnendit
that leiflnlatlon bo Introduced to
prevent tlm cntitlrnmnri) of the
t raff in
llli; Oil l ln nt New Orlrnm.
N li W oltl.KANH, Her. Irn
caliHcd by exploHloii of n Knxolllie
pump lit tbn Natlulial OH Wm kM horo
today tlcHtrnycd 10 hiiii-hro t ii ii kH of
tli vii tiiiYka .si::ii'Tt!i; Stv.s
I'llOI'KIt I'ltOTKCIiON.
At ii wpeclal movtliiK of tlio Joo
Uuriioti rout of thn American b'clon
hint Wuilnt'Hday r.vnuliiK. Doccmlmr
10, tlm follnwiiiK rcKoliilbm a
punned,
WllhltKAH, Thn Government of
Ilm United State him officially hi
(luested thn Htato of Oklahoma to
build a hoMpltal for the mm mid
treatment of Oklahoma ux-iiurvlco
nun and has offered not only to
eipilp and operatn tho cunin hut to
luiijiB It for a period of (en yearn at
an iiiitiual lental of oniitenth of It"
C0Ht of coiiHtructlotii and
WIIHUHAH, nit pointed out by the
Oovcriimcnt of thu linlted Mates In
tlio reiiient above icfuired to, them
Is ureal and prcmln need for mich
a hnHpltal: and
WHKIU'IAH, Tho American 1-eKlon
for thu Htate of Oklahoma him vainly
und tirelessly striven to pemuado the
Federal Koveriinienl to erect an cx
fcrvlcu men's hosidtal In Oklahoma
mo that illH.ibld Oliluhonia ex-nervlcn
men could bo cared for and tmatcd
In their own statu and while In clone
touch ntid association with their
frlenihi ami ramltles; and
WHICH BAit. thn Kudernl Kovem
niuiit Iiiih ileollnod to erect nuch a
hospital but has submitted km an al
ternative proposition thu plan nbuvu
outlined; and
W UK It HAS, It Ih now plain that
the only way In which n hospital for
BX-sorvicn men can ho obtained In
Oklahoma Is under thu provisions of
im hi plan siiKKextcd by thu mmirn
meat of thu l ulled .States; and
WIIKllKAa, Haiti MiKKeuted plan Is
simply a loan by the statu to provide
thu Initial outlay for mild honpltul,
und
WHHltKAS, under the lcBlslallvit
bill pruimreil by tho state orKnnlia
Hon of tho HckIoii not a cent of thn
appropriation asked for will hu
avulliiblo or can bu experided until
thu state Iiiih tho solemn contract
assurance of thu Federal Kovernment
that It will eipilp, run and lease said
hosit:il und ultliniitely pay buck to
thu statu uvery cent of the money
expended by It In ltn construction,
und
WHHHKAH, over n thouniuul
Oklnhoma ex-service men are now In
hospitals outside of Oklahoma; and
WIIKltKAH, mom than an addi
tional thousand Oklahoma eX'Servlcu
men need hospital attention and
treatment but lefusn to leave thu
tute uud their friends and fmnllluti
to seouru It; und
Will: It HAS, thn nrdlnnry hoi'pltal
fnellltlea In thu statu uru limn f flclent
for thu use of thu citizenship of
Oklnhoma exclusive of Ox-survlcu
persons, .uul.
WIIKltKAH, tuberuulnr cx-survlcu
men, of whom the statu bns a known
number of over iiliic-liiimlred, can
not bu idiicod In a sIukIu hospital
In Oklahoiuii; and
Will: It HAM, shell shoclteiL and
wnaU minded p-sorvlco nieTi of
Oklahoma can only at thn picsent
1 1 mj bu placed In statu Institutions
for the Insaiui when their surround
Iiirh ai i) uucutisarlly most utisallsfao
tnry; und
WHKKI.'AH, the kind of, hospital
recommended for Oklahoma by tho
huikcoii Kuuenil of the. United Slates
and thn director of the bureau of
war risk Inmirauco will cot nt leiist
$2,000,000; and
WIIKRHAS, thesn figures havo
been Hilbtnllted and oheeked Jiy ar
chitects and etiKlneers of slaiulliih',
und
WHKIIKAH, every precaution lias
been taken to Ktiard this project
ugnlnRt thn slightest breath of scan
dal or Justifiable criticism,
WOW. TIIUItlCKOUU. UK IT HE
SOLVUD lly Joe Carson l'ost No. J
f Ttilsn, Oklahoinu, that wo heartily
piiiIoisu tho pro)osed plan for an ex
service me h's hospital to bn built, as
aliovo u)itllned, In the stntn of Okla
homa for thu tint) of lt- ex. service
men;
AND I K 1-3 IT KUUTI1 Kit UK
HUKVHU, That we call upon our
renitnr ami representatives In tho
legislature to i;ve thl.f plan their
cm dial and iiiiri-mlttlni; .upiort.
The above resolution unanimously
adopted this tin lDth day of Het em
ber. 1920.
(Sinned)
D. K Kl'KKKMAN
l'ost Adjulant.
W. J. KAOl.UTON, Jr.
l'ost c'ouimander
, - Advt.
Auto Robes
25 Off
Wo will sell our Immense stock
of Auto Holies until rhrUtnuxH
day .at 2&rl discount, First
come, flt'Hl served.
Pcrram Auto Supply Co,
Fifth at Moulder
DOLLS and DOLLS
Stock Must Be Sold by Xmas
DOLLS THAT COST 98c, 88c, 48c, 39c
HI-NKY'S TULSA DOLL SHOPS
Snlu on nt No. 1 Store Only
225 South Boston Ground Floor Daniel BI(1r.
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si ki;i
.MUSIC
IS
:ssi:ntiatj
uriEHicms
'SotkMrncCa.
f) ivwrMviji
tKZ A. .1. llll'l), MaiLiKi r f
Jfe OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
TuNn I ndeiinkliiK Co. ran fayo
you iimj-hfllf. I'honu O-HCtfi, Advt.
cv 'I'cleiilioni) lllrcctory.
New telephono directory ko's td
presri soon. ArratiKu for chancea
und ndvnrtlilnK spnre now Advt.
Back Hurt?
When (he Vidnrr do not property do
their woilt of purity the blood itreitn,
4tir pio'lucit und poitono'ii acid re
tntui In the lyilein ml ctuie bekch,
iheiiinalic paim, lumbigo, tote diih.
clet, iwotlen oinl, tlilTneu, Itmo
tuck and timilar tymptomt.
rfulile nnd reilore (lie healthy, notmal
(iciioii ol aidnrya and bladder, bringing
vlran blood and better health, with (fee
,lom (rum nchei and paini.
J Ci'l Hudilni, llmniiion, VI .wilttt
m'Ltl fttt I wt Httil wilh lumhilu and
bllr(. unlAjd tfmf I had m lvrr ptin
(! (ft? tcck ami al tlnaa caultf (ial draal or
ta.ridiaii mv3all I wai adviaad lo laa Folay
V.idDfir I'llla lot lilt llputila Altai likinf Iham
of a lata da Iba pa.a in in Lack 11 1 ma and I
nol had anr tumtaaa tinea that tima, ai
iiuuih that v- i rnontht ao, I ratamniaaa
alay Kldnar 1'ilU It ail wb hava luiabaaa."
Kll. II KVKItl tlllKltr.
lleautiful Japanese
Goods
AT t'll
Mt'HT III: HOI.IIt
Mra, .MititnV Tiirkfr, while on rit
ItlU uliurier. rarrfully arlerlnl
tllt'-f KlMMta, InrhtillllaT at! Ittnila nf
truriti'O, rinlirnlilerlt, Mlat iitrrra
of htlt-iltnia tea art. inIiI plrrra
lilci-.ni IiIihiiI tlnlarniie, iivull
lilni In itisnr rl. Ti l In
.ni-. Nil iilinnr mil". .Mr. Tim Iter,
tr.lilrnif. IHU Moiilli Chni-iiiial
lira. In i I". I" A I', "i. tWilniw
iln) anil Tlmrailnr etenlnt nntlf
Ui.Ul. Iilail tu kliutr mi.
m Si
I Holiday Footwear
At Greatly Reduced Prices
i PRE-XMAS SALE 1
20
Sale Lasts
Ihrough.
Dec. 24
on m
llrown Kid . . ,$N.OO
Mack Kid ...$11.20
Itlack Kid $9.50
Thin Prc-Holidau Sale of IKomct' high grade Hoots af
fords an unusual opportunity to buy really handsome and
desirable footwear at reductions that will be appreciated.
This sale closes Friday night, December 24th, and includes
every boot in our entire stock. Walk-Over Quality and
Walk-Over Style arc both too well known to require further
comment. Come in today and make your selection.
'life
Christmas Hosiery
Our showing of all that is new and desirable in hosiery
will permit you a wide range of choice, and afford the op
portunity to give a remembrance of real beauty as well as
utility. We are showing many of the handsome lace effects,
also the ever-popular plain silk at prices that arc particularly
gratifying. Dropped-stitch and clocked models are here in
numbers for conservative shoppers. Handsome wool hose
and wool and silk mixtures are here in a wide variety. Come
in today and make your selections, either for yourself or
as a highly appropriate gift article for some friend.
I Boot Shop i
i 413 South Main
fx n
An Appeal.
to the Women of Tulsa
If you. are 'mothers you are busy each day
and hour with the little ones, but we ask you to
take just a moment and consider quietly at
home this question.
What is to happen to your children if you
or their father were to die tomorrow?
Marriage vows says "Until death do us
part;" and so many loved ones have become the
charge of step-mothers or fathers, some to be
loved, others to be neglected.
The protection of your children is not a
matter of sentiment, it's a matter of duty. Both
you and your husband owe your children the
protection of a Will arfd the disinterested aid of
a powerful Trust company.
The future welfare of loved ones should
not be neglected by timid sentiment. Duty
calls us to look facts of life in the face. Why
don't you and your husband draw a will, and
now.
Trust Department
1 Exchange Trust Company
, 14 East Third Street.
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Buy Jewelry and Pay for It After
Christmas
Only 3 more shopping days until Christmas
McMinn offers you anything in the
line of Jewelry with a small payment
down and the balance in weekly or
monthly payments as small as you
wish. This payment plan will enable
you to give the gift of her choice
without your bank roll losing weight.
Don't fail to see Mack before making
your purchase.
19-Jewel
Illinois Watch
Try this one
on any man
see if he does
not slio w
enough appre
ciation, more
than ovur just
the ordinary
things, to
make it worth
while. The
watch is ad
justed to position, fully guaranteed
by thu manufacturer and also by
us, and is a real present or only
$45.00
You may pay for it as low as $2
per week.
1
Flash thla rlni? on
your wlfo or sweut
lioart on tho 25th.
If sho .don't "de
vour you with
kisses" It can't be
Mac's fault.
'M n k c Your Own
T c r in h W 1 1 Ii 1 u
Itoason
riuy your diamonds
ivlicrc you know you
ur t,'olniT to net a
siiuaro deal. Kvrry diamond we .ally guar
inured and Fold with tho understanding that If at
nny time you want n larttor atone, wo will allow you
tho full "purchase price in maklne tho exchange.
Genuine
"La Tausca"
PEARLS (
18-inch
Necklace ,.
$15
Nothing makes a
prettier gift. We havo
other strings of pearls
from ?5 up
Credit if You Wnnt It
Buy Jewelry
ON CREDIT
Manicure and Toilet Sets
in Beautiful Ivory Pyralin
If she has ivory add to her col
lection; if not, give her one of
these beautiful ivory sets. These
come in satin-lined boxes and
folding leather cases.
Manicure Sets from . . $3.75 up
Dresser Sets from . . , .$10.00 up
Clocks
Three Days Before
Christmas Special
Seth Thomas $17.95
Gilbert $22.15
Silverware
Special
26-piece Set, 50-year guaran
tee $40.00
McMINN JEWELRY CO;

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