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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 191
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EX-EMPEROR KEEPS
CLEAR OF BELGIANS
Ifnlit'iinillcrn lulls In Show Self Ho.
forC Itlfllgl-C In UllUll Tiihii
l;niirRi Mn .lulu lllm.
Itf Till' for i,, I ,..l j'r.
MAASTRICHT, llo'lan.l, Mnndav,
Nnv. II A mill ' r -i I Ions ftom
3,00,0 Itclglun n rngi-cn, f I i - for r
ierman 1 1 1 1 . . -1 . . p m h".-il train left
hern .il In ii 'i'Iui k Dil i morning,
northward Im.iiii'I A tremendous
crowd nf Nlriifm'-rH ,.il gat bored,
hut I hi' platform k Mrongly cor
doned anil William I liilii rizulli i n ill'l
not show himself.
Mm li". I mat inn Im ci lil In be Ame
rnngen. about '.' mil.", fruiu I Irecht,
where i 'until l:i-iihnit-ii liai ji i min
try mill I'.llf II IS ll"l li-.Nj In H.lV
whirr In will finally remain, for in
ITlIlT In llWtlll till' rllllnllH II'- III. IV
hllMl to kri'i III tin- Inilri fur .1 riiii
plO lf lIllJM.
A MS'IT. It I A M . Nnv 1? Tin- I
work men's und k 1 1 1 1 tm" iiiiini'fl .it
llerlin 1111110111100. Mint the f'Tmi i i
emperor. Ihe former rmiir"" nml
I In I r flili'il Him. I' i f ilirii k WIIIiiiiii.iI
have arrived In IIiiII.iihI. I -
MINIKIN, Not. I 2 -William llii
heiirollern, tin- former ilcriiiuu i iii
lii'ror. nrrlwd Suiolav nt i'"iiiil
HflilllH k'M i lull in nf Mlil'lin'hli'ti lit
li. mar A i iiIhIiii. iii nn ding t'i it
dispatch to tho li.iliy l.xpiess il. it' ll
Sunday lit i l.
An AiiimIi'I ' l.i m dispatch In Hi''
Mnlly l;iri'MH ilnliil HiimLiy mi.vh
that Ihi' forinfr liiTinnn rinpri'i'i Im
III ill I'iiIniIiiiii. nr ir I'i iIiii. iiml tluil
th" fornn r i rnwn .rliii i'Mii Ih lit hiT
hp'li'I'U'.
Tlif illhinlri from Win h.iv that
fin n utiiiitiiliili' nitiliiUiliiic Iwn iim'iii -Iictk
nf Ihn lifrin iii rniirt in rlvi il
flrxt ii ml iii'iifi'"! i'i, mil I ii-ril im-k of
tin' Hiirii.i, Ii nf Him fnriniT niipiTor
Oklahoma Ho spill a
Srrrlce C'nnalNtii of
tat. Klrrpruot bulldlnj rrngd for
purpoa.
tnd. Modnrn and complete ijulp
nmnt under one root
trd. Chftrnrter, aipcrlenR and ale 111
f attendant
Dr. Fred N. Clinton. I'rmlili'iiL
HIM II. :. V. Mrnrlcr, II. N.
Suprrlnlnndent
Pr. I.ytlo Alhrrtnn '
ItMlitnnt I'hyalclun
Ninth and Jarknon Rtraata
I'hona Oaac 190
A' VMal M thJ W m A A-S KJ
- i" - i '
Tbona 206U li-17 Went Archer
HATCHER TRODUCK CO.
Wholesale Jobbers
Creamery Butter and Eggs
Good Eggs Always
EYE Dr. Arthur
Ear Campbell
.M.yo'n.dg
inroat rimno S40.
Hradquartera for iCrjptok Laniea
TUUBA
Naw Location 10 Waal Third
I'hone t471
MATERNITY HOSPITAL
Efficient trained nureea. Hablra
adopted If dcalred.
1103 W. MAIN ST.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
CHANNON'i
J FURNITURE
Eichanice New for Old
14 and If Wcat Second
Ouy W. McCullooh II. H. Chaffln
MOWBRAY
UNDERTAKING CO.
OI'EN
DAY AND
BERV1CH
NIGHT
C Dr. I. Angstrcich
OITOMKTRIST
with
HARRY IIEILBRON
JBWELEH
Second and Main I'hone 117
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
NURSERY
TIT SOUTH CHKYKMNH
riioxic ioo
Children Cared for During Working
or Shopping Ilnura
W. J. GREGG L. J. MARTIN
Attorneys-at-Lawn
Exchange National Dunk Building
Tulsa. Okla.
EDNA 13. FAKIS
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
NOTARY rUliLIC
Room 530 Mayo Building
Phone 7985.
SAM'L. A. HOORSTIN
ATTOnNRY AND
COUNSELLOK-AT-UAW
612-13-M Writlit Uldg.
Law of (HI and Gaa
im of CurDoratlou
PHONE T18J
HOTEL OXFORD
Strictly modern. Bteam heat, hot
and cold running water In every
room, private bath, rooms single,
or enaulta. Rates 15 per week
and up. Corner Third anC Do
T-
The second car brought baggage,
while tin, lli.ril, will, i l,i;ii. id. inn,
nlviil In II,.. cvcnlm- l-r inn It tin'
foi t
hut i'iiiiiitmi mi. I iwn i 'i hi rrl.-H.
i nil In f I v 1 1 1 r i . I . . I ) i . h alighted
Nn Hill' III till. lill.igi. i.f
Inch .hi imi.H tin. i li.m ., n. .,
'f hl'i arrival. Tin. f.,in,.r i;
I rnli r m i n.i. h ihi' li.ft winr
"ll.
f til"
! chateau. Tin. illuii.il. h ;i..N
Hill
IllH W Iff W ill .l I.I.,
in Juln linn t In ir
'l' I t Im ii I hi i i i .', II
Alll'O.-M H i ;u.i .il,
if till' I Hill II I,.,,;
l.ly In- permitted
. m mi, nllii ,it i.f
I 'i in Hi'M mirth
I mi 1 1 r .
TULSA EDUCATORS ARE ON
PROGRAM OF ASSOCIATION
Mrs Ml n i-lli.
f ' ! I II I f II ll l III l .
lliiti:"H .unity SU
Tijlii iiijniy will
il.'IIVi
tin-
. in :n
inn. I.,- ,i..i.i.s I'.'ruii'
" cioll it III.' I 'kill
T' .1 ' 1 1 " I 'I ; i V-1 m ' I ;i 1 1 ' . 1 1
' ' nr III I U I ill. .In. i I 'II
'ti l II II "I'l '. Ill'- li'ill'l l
will n'nk i. ii "N I..,
.''III' Will I CHIll I III' flll II
III" ,l
liuni.i
w lil. l,
during
M ii
t k-icl.i
H ' . 1 1
will I
Hi.. 'I
II. d"
1 1 " ii ''
fi'.i
Hi ill.
..i.l.i
t i ii
niiu
r ih.
il i, fit 1 1 1 iii 1 1 hi.i ml ,i.ii t.
i. ii Mif in ",l i i.f Hi..
' 1 1 UK llf till' Hl'CUIIll
Ill Mill
'I
III Mil
III.'
" Tnl
Ii nf work
.ISl'.' lll I li.n
'.i I' :i rli In jr
I." 'I II'
, II'
.'f II
-'Hill' lllf'lnl.i
f..r. . ill 1,.
M Hi.- 11
11 fli-i 11111,11.
ii'lnlf hi 1 1I11 1
"i w- Hi 1 11 -I 1
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lll Ml'filk nil
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Ii
A'lllillllM
nii ,ii vimir nf ml n
tin' loriil Inch
li'.i.l Mimm A, l;ili
I : "I .In m" n . will .I "in'". ;ii tli. mt I'on
ri'i.nii' tii" "I'.,. in, iiii..M i.r .;tiiii.
Mm." !: A ; 11 1 ,f i. TiiIh.-, IiukI-
in "i ri.lli k" U 1.1 in In t In. . i.iniiii'r
1 lnl t.'.i. In t- on "s ili Hiniinihii ami
ijii.'iitifH 1 :rfii if m "
linllr.i iimiH 11 rn nniv that thi Tnla
mi lionN will 1 .' n 1 1 1 n ,,,, n 1 hf Th.'inka.
kU'Iiik m ihhii 11 ml tlml only tin.
li'iii hrm on 1 In. ,ronniin In Okla
homa It v will In- ri'inlri'il to ntii-nil
Hi" iiH'ioiliniiiii t iM (..fmi., Hilvla
nlilf on iirroiiiii of tin. ,,KH f Hn
tinii'h rinol to Ni l iimIiIk picrnili nt
Hn. imvn nilionl 11I lfjuit 1111III
on TliankstfivliiK day
nnnn
liioiiriiiiii- Muff limp.
WASIIIN'iiTtiV, ,',,v ) u,.rrr.
Inrv Mi Ailno 11 n iiiiiinrfil ,i 75 .r
ri iii rfiliirtlnii In ;m i rtiinf nt war
risk Insni iih'o rnt"n on hnllH
tliriniirli tin' w ar tmin on half
nun .i-r rflit ImmIi'.iiI nf WO
'lit.
IT
Von on n't do the work hut you i-a.ii
Klvc your innni-y.
Last Day
Today
Rexall
lc Sale
DRUGGISTS STILL ASKED TO
CONSERVE STOCKS OF VAPORUB
NEEDED IN "FlU" DISTRICTS
Influenza Epidemic ia Decreasing in Most Sections and
the Demand is Slackening, but We Are Still 18,000
Gross Behind On Orders and it Will Take Some Time
to Catch Up.
THREE MILLION JARS
SHIPPED DURING
OCTOBER.
On Monday, October II, we
dresKi'il nn ntlwi tlsi'iuent to
ml
thn
wholesale and retail drug trade, ad
vIhIiib that we were badly oversold,
due to the Influenza epidemic, stat-
Inir that nil iIkiiIh ,.nd n.ointliv .hi...
mvnla wi re pompuneil und
reipieiit.
lug that Vnpoliuh be purrhnsi'il In;
small Inla only. Thla rondition ntlll i
prevallK. j
At thin writing we have, bark or- 1
UiTH for eighteen thousand ( 1 S.0IMI I
gross und our ordei s each day are ,
iloubln our dally mil put. The epl-
ilemic, however. Is decreasing In i
must sections, the demand slacken-i
lug and we are working night and.
day to catch up In the meantime.
wn ask the trade to be patient with i
UK.
I'liiirmi'iis Shipments llavo ViHil ,
Out i:ii's Slocks.
On October 1st we had on hand at
the factory und in twenty ware-i
houses over the country a Iremcml- '
hum etiick of Vapnltuh. accumulated'
during the summer months This I
is now gone-- we actually shipped
during the month of Octohi'i' over ;
three million .iars of apoltiih :
are speeding up our factory fi's' much
ns poKsibtc and the prnl'lrm now Is
to distribute the factory's output as
quickly ns possible. W'c have, there
fore, for tho time being, abuidoued '
freight shipments ami are shtpping
cither by parcel post or express
Irving to give each jobber at least
a little stock.
liiiiiicill.ilc Shipments tn Trugglsts
In liifliiciiui Districts.
Preference Is being given t . those,
sections stricken by In f i iieuv.i . In.
order to reach these se. -liens us I
umekty as can be, we arc. iliir:n;
this erne rgency, pinking i-hipaiems j
by paruel post, direct to the relail I
trade, of not more than three t ;il j
dozen lUlc si.e in any one shipment.
We prefer that the jobbers order,
those shipments for their trade, but i
to save time we will. If the need Is!
urgent, ship direct on receipt of I
check
r money order. Naturally
no new- accounts can be opened (lutv 1
ing this rush.
Samples and
Influenza
m Keipiest.
IllM.klCtS
have prepared a little folder
.,11 It... I.,r..
giving
,,, ... . ,., in., i ion .1,111. ii i'
lu lMfgu oyiuiMu iruiueuiu, ju vt-'
McCormick and
, ;
iiinmaiiili r Truman II. N.-hIktt, at fc-rc, nd Mr1lll McOormlrk.
Twu of the lianli'Mt Mown In llui hopi'H of I 'ri'slilont Wilson and the
1I1 inoiiiilli' I'iiwit in tlni fall I'liTtlnn wiri thf i-liTtion nf t'oinniunilor
'I'riiinan II. Ni-wln rry, mill M 1 1 1 1 .Mi-Connli k, Imth ri'iuhlicnna, Co tlie
I'lHU'il Statin in'ii. 1I1' from M:i'hlK.in and lllini.li, riKprrtivly. Nowberry,
i-nininjiiil"r of li.n I'. H. navy, ran ukiiIiihI Ih-nry Kuril, who vna
urni hv ITi "'iili'iil Wliaon 1. 1 run. MiCnnnli k ilifiatnl HfnuUir J. Ham
ilton 1 .1 M l.i, ili'iiior ratio rlifili'f rri'Mlili iit VN IImoii, iIIhi iihhIiik I.pwIb' can
ilnl 11 v liifiiri' I'lii'iioii, nan! II would he a raliiinlty witp h- not rfturiid.
Tin' vn lory of tlifnf nu n lii'lpi d (jive thf ri pulilii aiiM the rnnlurl of the
Hiin.itf.
PARADE FOR WAR FUND
HAD STUNTS GALORE
Moflii r- ami I'ntlii rs of Solilli r nn,
Sallori In Important I'I kc, anil
Willi .Many S'i';i'i' I'lui.
.Si IA i f f 1 .1 WC 1 Willi Vlllf, tWO, ll'ri'f
and finir starn, wi-rii in ttif iin lfd
war i ai.ii.imn paradf yi'itrrda y, a'ld
w lillf 1 l.ilioi ,ili pri'parnlloiiH Inn!
Iifin iniuli' liy Ihn hi nut coininllli"'.
thf f.iihiTH ami ni'itlifm who hav
li'fll illlfil iiJmiH liy till' llallun t'j
KlVf tlifli hoiih tn llii- Kri'.it war rr
aii'd thf inoHi apilaiiHf and i'iiOiuh-
UIH'II.
I linidri'ilM of iiiollii'in and falhi-rn
tiiarihiiiK and in auiiniiuliilf h, look
'
lain - the symptom and (he Ireut'
tiienl. and ihese will be. forwarded to '
druKKiHts on mines!,
ho Kind to mall to
U' will also
any Individual
one or thiNe book lets, together will)
a 'il. Ii lor-oiiiire naniple. free.
Iluw In I'm- iiHiltuh In Trt'nlliig
NpnnMi InfliienH.
In every i'mh rail a phynli'lan
'ni"Kill nImiiiM Im- used only In ron-tn-itioii
with the phy.iii'l.in'8 internal
tri-al mi'til.
. Apply hot, wet cloths over
the
Ilir.
it, rlii'st and b.nk between the
Hhouider bladi'M to nnen the noren
I My lightly ami tub VapnKuh well
In tinlll the nkin is red - spread on
Ihb'kly and rover with hot flannel
elm Iim. I.eaxe the bed covering
loose around the mu k. as the boilv
heat releases the Igredients In
tn(t i
form of vapors These yapors, In
haled with each . Iire ith, stimulate
the lining of the air passages to
throw off the Influenza germs. In
case of head or chest cold, which
often accompanies Influenza, the
apnrs tend to keep the air passages
open, loo..,, the phlc'iu and make
Ihe breathing easier In lyldltion.
Vapi'Kuh is absorbed through and
stimulates thu skin, attracting the
blood to the surface, and thus aids
in relieving the congestion within.
How In Cm lek's YuMilluh
as a
rrvtt'iitntlM'.
It Is uuestlonable If there Is any
thing which will prevent Spanish In
fluenza, except avoiding those per
sons who are spreading the disease
by couching, sneezing an. I spitting,
and bv keeping up the bodily resist
ance by plenty of good food and ex
en ise m the open air. The I'ubllc
Health Service recommends that the
nas.il passages be cintted with a
weal; solution of Menthol In llillld
petroleum as a protective. For this
purpose Yapoliuli.is excellent, .lust
put a small portion up each nostril
from time to time during the day
snuff well back itilo the hc.d
Ivii'p l'nv
I'roin folds hy Inhaling
api'ltuh.
Colds irritate the lining of the air
passages and thus lender them a
much better breeding place for the
, germs. At the first signs of a cold
j use apoKuh at once Melt
: in a spoon and tnhile the
ii i l.i j
ipors:
arising, or Vapoltuti can be used in
t-f-eg.il. ir. benzoin s.etin iiel'.le such
lis most druuclsts carrv in istnew if
. this Is not avail. i hie. a very good
substitute to use is an oMmarv tea
kettle. Fill h llf full of boiling
water - put in half a t, lsom-m ,,r
VapnU uh. from time to time keen
,. ... . ... .. '
iiie Kiiiie T si s,,. .,ii nn' .'in. I in.
halo the 6i,..,uil UUMllb.
Newberry Winners
part In ili. p.i t ri n ! drmonatrtition.
link"" tii'.utft, rut init iitnl rurrlfd
I'y nu n. r.ii-li Imlli Hum' one of Ihn
alllfil KiiviTinni'iilH ami lalifli'd
"lifjrtH of the world" und th hlark
In-. irt of HiTinany rli.ilin-d to
Hif allii'il hi.irti, wiim a di'oidixl nov
i lly and I in pi . J.MIVP nliint.
A I'linni'i iiiNi riliid, "the flair rov
fin .ill iti'HiIh," :ui earrli'd hy It.
A hid TIiih w.ik fnllnwril by mothers
and fathi'iM nf roIiIhtk nn foot,
M.iMir llnliliard mid tni'iiilirrg of
thf illy roiiiinliviori in nn amoino
hili'. iiriipiftl Ihn nf a t place in the
par, nli'.
A Iiiiko nil rroiw. mnrohlnn.
In, I'lc, I that il. vision. Numra made
up thu Boi'tinii y
Thi. Y. M r. A. hart a float ahow
Ini; the Kreat work lliat orKanlmtlon
l.i dniiiir in t ho fiKlitltiK nine.
Tim library iiHaoi'lailiin waJ repre
Mfnifil hy a float allowing lh Im
portanre of luiokn In thu noldli-m
and nullum. The Y. V. ('. A. a Inn
hud a float, typical nf Ita wnrkThe
parade wan iimrliidi'd with nearly
100 aiiliimohllin with the parrnla of
Moidlfl'H HU't Kiilors.
The parade given to advertise the
united war fund drive oriRlnate( In
the mind "f H. A. Wood, of the man I
roininltti'P, and he In rtponinble for
im HiirceHH.
POLICE COURT STARTS AT
1:30 TODAY; 500 CASES
Yenterday wna the flrat day poller
court haa been held since the influ
enza ban wa put on. There are
more Hum 500 canes on docket, Thoie
who are out on bond are wan.cj to
j appear this afternoon at 1:30.
I". I. 'White, nn employe of the
('iKden rmniwny nt Went Tul.a. wan
I picked up lll.st night hy tifficer
llackalhorn. lie will be he! for
the Kherlff of Lincoln county a a
w-ltncMM in n pnae In that rounly.
I "I'nreeorlc l.i." made her usual
! appearance l.iKt night nt police hend-
'lu.irn -ra. cniiiing mh mr nnodlum.
i, ix iK oniv ici oui or jnn ventenlav
i'm out oi jnn yemeni
nioriilng officers say aa Minn as
she is) lele.iMi'd she hunlH up a bottlo
of paregoric and proceeds to fill up
Ion It she had on a rather fancy
lag last night.
Mil I lie FihsI Ship!
In the fullness of his confidence
In the patriotism of American
homi kecpers Mr. Hoover has prom
ised to send food for one hundred
i and twenty million allies and troons.
This means that we must ship sev
enteen million lens of food this year.
Over five hundred thousand tons
more than we shipped last year.
The amount Is tou big to compre
hend that it means shipload after
shipload that must be released
wirougn our ronii savings.
We must tnaks good our promise
and It means a steady retrenching
on all sides. Our food administra
tion believes we are so well
grounded In conservation hy this
time that special days such as our
last year's meatless and wheatless
days are not necessary to concen
trate attention on the need to re
lease food.
This does not mean that there Is
the slightest let up in the food pro
gram. In fact we nre nsked to use
less than ever before. We are given
a general job of saving and our
pride In our country and desire to
bo nf the greatest national service
will make us plan nnd manage so
that we will rather over-do than
uiuler-do.
Shiploads of I'onil.
Every thinking housewife now
knows that tho food situation thus
far h..s heetfs.ived hy ihe wise plan
of building tip reserve supplies.
When all store houses, refrigeration
plants ami even rerrlgerator cars
were full the ban was lifted on the
food in reserve until ships werf free
to take the war-winning food stuffs
to the scene of action. This ship
ping must be continued. Our boys
can do their best only -i.rn fed. It
is also a great moral support to
every soldier even though ho may
not realize it, to know that there Is
food enough actually on tho other
side to see him thmugi
wp nave by our careful use of food
oeen lime in nuuii up supplies over
there to last our boys three months.
To keep this up nnd gain a little
and to gupply food for thu allies we
must fill every possible ship. Ife
don't send the food rver for the
civilian iuipui.it ion ou ." noble bovs I
who are giving all will even divide
up their rations with the suffering
I civilians.
'PLACES TO BE FOUND
tOR RETURNING B0YS4
Official I ' n licmohllljilliin of!
Troops nn Musis of Industrial
Absorption and Need.
WAHIIINUTON, Nov 1 -lieiiui-blllzailon
nt n.i n in the military and
naval hit vue of the lii.i.il Males
ift r their return from Fr im e will
be carried out l.ngely on a Oasis of
the a In Illy of the trades and oicu
pallium lo absorb them, under a
plan being worked out by the labor,
war and navy ileparliuf nla ami the
war iiiiluMH U'N board It w ua said
Unlay that the plan will be submitted
to President Wilson in a few days.
The war linlustr.es board hue Bent
questionnaire . employera In all
Industrie axking Ihe needs of each
for men and the answer will allow
Where, when and how rapidly Jobs
will be ready for discharged soldier
aid sailors and what trades are most
In need of Diem. Supplementing
this information will be that re
ceivrd from draft boards ami com
in unity labor boards w hich lire to
co-operate In the work.
Hoards Arc ( iimhlneil.
The war labor policies board nnd
Ihe I'nited Slates employment serv
h'ti will be i-oniliiiii d In handle the
lahor department s end. The war
department Is expected to establish
a new bureau or to convert tho hc
tlvltlesj of provost Marshal General
Crowiler's office tn thin end. Gen
eral frowdcr was suggea:ed by soiiih
Officials us Ih" man biwt qualified
to deal wrth Ihe i.uik of preserving
the balance of power of Ihe li'hor
supply without uii.iying demobiliza
tion opii.iiions.
With the conversion of Industry
from a war to a peace basis many
workers also will be released from
emergency Jobs created by the war.
but this problem hJn been taken
Into i oimidiT.iiion hy the officials
who are working out plana for a
general stabilizing of labor condi
tions when the soldiers are returned
to civil life.
In this connection, oflclals pointed
out today, that with the ending of
hoxtllltles there will be a great re
innniif.ictuiing. held up and re
sumption of private coium ruction und
stricled because of war work and
that thousands of skilled laborers
soon will be needed In all part of
the country for this work. Secretary
Maker said lixlay that every placo
of demobilization of the army is be
ing carefully studied bf war depart
ment ognncle. but aa yet no plane
have been formally formulated. The
only orders so far Issued curtailing
war work deal with project upon
which work haa not actually atarted,
ho said.
Sluiljr Nwd of Xumrx'in.
The question of tho number of
American troops to be retained In
France or elsewhere In F.urope Is
being studied on that mdc, .Mr.
Maker Mid, while tho general staff
is preparing recommendations as to
the number to be kept under arms
In 'this country. Tho problem In
I'nropo remains of Joint operations
with the allied natlona In after-the-war
guarding and other work lo be
umie by the military forces and no
conclusions on this point can yet be
made.
Mr. Maker said ttevera! factors will
govern the order In which men will
be released from the army. It ia
obvious, he nald, that, as a matter
of Justice, men who had b'-en lonar
ei In the aerx-lee should be re
leased first, but the industrial situa
tion and the special need for men
of a certain calling prolwbly will
modify the principle of making
length of service a Kulde to order
of mosi'er out.
Labor department official are
confident that the demobilization of
the 4.OU0.0OO men now under arms
at home and overseas: and the con
versiAn of Industry to Its peace
status will not ntuse any serious
problems of unemployment.
ENEMY WANTS
PEACE AT ONCE
Cr STINI'Kri KROM PAOB ONB
dent Wilson'a H terms and the prin
ciples he haa enunciated since they
were laid down. Such a suggestion.
It Is k.i iiL, would bo without prece
dent. Ilwae pointed out today that there
aro physical difficulties In hastily
convening a peace conference which
will Include representatives of all tho
nation which have formally declared
war on (iermany. A conference lim
ited to envoy of the allied govern
tnentji and the 1'iilted States might
be held at a reasonably early date,
perhaps within a month, if It U lim
ited to a few urgent Issues.
One consideration In the mlndd of
American officials relates to tho
status of the Ciermiin government
Itself. The president already had
referred to this us fluid and the
course of the liussian revolutionists
has emphssiaed. It wa said, tho need
of caution In securing assurance of
the nubility of any government with
which permanent peace treaties are
tiecottated.
Do I 'acto ;ovcriuiM'iit l(ocnmlrl.
The American and allied govern
ments actually have recognized the
social democratic government at
Merlin, headed hy rYiedrich Kbert.
as the do facto government of nor
mally, by conceding lis authority to
authorize the armistice delegates to
sign that document. Mut develop
ments In C.ermanv have caused ap
preheneion that ltusslati history may
lie repeated there and the present
government replaced by a a, 'Idlers'
and workmen's council or committee,
which could not be recognized by the
allien or the l'nlte.1 States, because
it would bo essentially a claas gov
ernment. GERMANY TO GIVE
UP ALL U-BOATS
coNTisi'F.rt krom taof; OVE
malnder ut tho earliest possible mo
ment. Article 13 Providing for the dis.
posiBon of (lerman surface warships
has additional clauses requiring that
vessels designated for internment
shall be ready to leave Herman ports
within seven days upon directions by
wireless and that the military arma
ment of all vessels of the auxiliary
fleet shall be put on shore.
To arrlsnn t.crniiiny.
Article 2ii I'roviding that Ihe al
lied blockade remains unchanged
has this sentence added: "The al
lies nnd the I'nited States should
give consideration to the provision
ing of lipriiiiitiy during the armistice
to the extent rcciujnized as neces
sary." Article IS Trovldlng condi
tions of evacuation of the Melgian
coast (from which the Hermans ac
tually had been driven before the
armistice was signed) was changed
in minor particulars
Article 34 -Providing that the
duration, of the aj wiolice shaJi be 30
days and that if Pa clauses are not
carried into execution. It may bo re
nouiiced upon 4x hours warning, has
the following added: "Jt Is under
stood that the cxecullnri Of Articles
?. and 1 H hall not warrant Ihe d"
numUtlon of the armistice on the
giourul of Insnff bierit execution Willi.
In a period fixed except In the case
of bud faith In carrying them Into ex
' Uilon. In order to assure the is
ectlhon of Ibis convention under the
lest conditions the principle of a
permanent International armistice
commission la admitted. This com
mission shall act under the aifthority
of the aided military and navul commanders-in-chief.
For Coughs, Cold, Crip, Ca
tarrh, HoarncnesH and Croup
ue recommend
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White Pine and
Spruce Balsam
25c and 50c Sizes
Tel. 24
For Years
we have given the
sort of service that
builds up public con
fidence and widens
the patronage and
permanent favor of
careful people.
When You Buy
Drugs
and medicines here
you can be certain
about the quality and
equally certain that
quality considered,
the price is right.
F amily prescriptions
carefully and
prom pity filled.
Shackle
Drug Co.
Main & Tenth Phone 537
of unreliable drugs,
or places where you
do not know whether
your prescriptions
are accurate or not.
Kendall Drug Co.
20 E. Second Phone 5530
P
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the drug store that
guarantees you ac
curate service and
pure drugs. Every
drug in our store is
pure and fresh; 20
years' ' experience in
filling prescriptions.
National
Drug Co.
810 E. 3rd. Phone 17
BEWARE
This Is Your Drug Store
It is here for your convenience and we shall be glad if our service and painstaking
efficiency will make ybur shopping so pleasurable here that we may be privileged
to supply your every need that is within our province.
310 South Main.
GRAND DUKE OF HESSE
IS PUT UNDER ARREST
A MSTKllDA M, Nov. 12. The
grand duke of. Hess, has been planed
under preventive arrest, according to
a I'arinstadt dispatch to the liu.seel
ilorf Nachiichten.
An official dispatch from Tstrrn
Ktadt Sunday said the grand duke of
Hesse hinl decreed the formation of
a council to take over the business
of government "until a final settle
ment of the questions arising from
tho present situation" could be ef
fected. Phone
7
6
when you want a prescription
in a hurry, we will be on the
job at the other end to get
out to you just as quick as
possible.
Younkman Drug
Store
13 East Second. Phone 4576.
Prescription
Druggists
Your Health
and Its Care
Comuli'scoiit Children.
How to amuMO the convalescent
children ia a prohleni that often
proves perplexing, to the mother or
nume unskilled In play devices.
Mont children are no active and
eager and no dependent upon play
mates for pleasure that' the days
following acute Illness are home
with a great deal of Impatience.
Often complete, recovery is postponed
by misery, fretting or homesickneia.
Nuturally play adapted to the sick
room has very little definite limita
tions. It must be suited to a sitting
or lying down position, should not
tax the strength and should be ab
sorbing but not exciting Above all
It should encourage self-control, Ini
tiative, self-reliance, cheerfulness
and co-operatiun.
In the case of a young baby the
amusements used In the cradle when
baby is well are generally useful
w hen he Is ill. If they do not require
him to change his position too much.
Children of from lour to six years of
age engage very largely In con
structive play and imitation of adult
activities. Kor constructive nlav
there are light nests of boxes, the
larger kindergarten tablets ana nio-
slacs and all the lighter Montessorl
apparatus used In training percep
tion of color, form, smoothness and
sounds. A peg hoard In which to
stick peg in the forms of various
patterns often proves interesting to
tho sick child of this age.
t'olls for sick children should he
small and light. Stories told hy the
mother or nurse, should be happy
and soothing.
Children of from seven to nine
years find amusements In making
dull furniture, dressing clothes pins,
milking scrap hooks, drawing and
simplo competitive games. Krom
ten to twelve years Is the age for col
lections and stamps. Jackstraws,
Jackatones and the small metal and
cardboard Juzzles are aproprlate
games. Coloring pictures, making
Initials and letters, or Illustrating has
proven very attractive.
Children of thirteen years of age !
and older find confinement especial
ly trying. They like practice upon
musical instruments, working old
typewriters, solving difficult puwles
a nil promeiiis ana often enjoy stere
scopos. checkers, card games, crokl
nole and some of the miniature bail
Karnes.
When tho quarantine Is raised In
cases nf communicable diseases, care
should he taken that nn toy leaves
the sick room In condition to carry
Infection. Things of trifling value
and those whose Interest has been
exhausted, like articles of paper and
cloth, may be burned. Metal toys
may he steriliicd hy boiling.
Stomal h Tmnhlo In Bubo.
Mrs. T. K. P.: Attacks of stomach
troul le In your, babe are undoubted
ly due to a combination of Improper
diet and an attack of sore throat.
These are very frequent In children.
You should eliminate all sweets and
s'arches as much as possible from
your child's diet, allowing no con
densed sweets of any kind and no
piecing between meals. As to the
pufflness whiclpears in the -morning,
this might he due to kidney
trouble. Kxamlnatlon of the urine
by a physician would easily decide
this. A mother's kidney trouble
would not in any way influence the
child's kidneys.
(Copyright. 41 9 18, by R.fl. nishop.Jr.
QUAKER DRUG
CAN TAKE? DRASTIC ACTION
FOR FAILURE TO RESPOND'
Special lo Tlip World
OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov
Kcporta from 14 nut of j ,,
in the unite,) war wot i" , ,,.
received today bv- K .t m'
show a total of 3".'.lill l..r ',
lodate.
i: -
:'
r.at,.
n'..i
President Aydelotte r,f ),,, K, ,
council of defense has Informed ' "
chairmen that thev have a.,.!,,',';"
to take action against cm?.,.,,, ',
fall to respond properly to th..' ,"'!
worn campaign, and
them to do so,
evp,
Your
Telephone
and our prompt sen
ice makes us within
a few minutes of
your home.
Mcnkemcllers
103 East Third
Phones 1323-5028
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HESITATES
To UsaiheTerm
these days, because it
is at once the most
popular and the most
abused word in use.
Nevertheless, ice have
the temerity to claim
a definition of our
own.
Come in and see
demonstrated.
i
PLYMOUTH
1
DRUG CO.
Wm. Allen White
The famous Emporia editor in
telling of his experience
back home from Denver in n
article some time apo. men
tioned the kid's fondness for
"bellywash," as he called it.
Our fountain is always reaJy
to serve you.
Campbell MusickI)ruJ Co.
408 S. Boston Phone 4554
.GEO0GE M
CO.
Phone SI".
Medicines
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