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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1018.
NOTED Y. W. C. A LEADERS ARE HERE ' Central Figure in Peace Plans Mr ,,w,Th. PanlrN. Wife of S.-T '. ...... ml Mr. John II.,,..,.. .r " v"'rk- RECEPTION FOR GUESTS ,,.r. Will IU- (.iitli t Honor V'r"' . ...... I,' IV wit.- . I ul-a Women lilt lied. Ttnli'J cl.iir- Tli" V, ,i ni V '' ar I I' ,i. . :' ,l:.un-" l!.inn.' V.u-.-' i,. n is '" tl" iinl I i'Cf. i'f T-iw' r. nf"i '1t t! i;:lir"i ,'l i-i pi . :,i,ny I i.inieN, wife of of navy, will lie In .., till' Interest "'f the ,irlt oompaliMi. r-'he will .1,1 lit the high school Mri. Mantels will the homo of Mrs. K. . South Cheyenne, . r, .Tption will be Riven , Mi'' city to meet the . ,; itoest. Mrs. .John ImII-ii, prominent in i-n'-i Christian nssoein vil! ho wi'li M" lan ... Ai l In- hi honor kii.'SI . itiioii. The r:i"ip:ilKn . , -i.i'i'liilly in v i l"1 to at , . r,. lo re under t lie aus- V ('. A. M r- I anii Is will talk to -, the grout work rep he milted war fund ;i n-uilile, the lull. ex ,1 the luncheon toilay. . . .-, into patriotism," Is :: W. Marland. state , , f !l,e uniteil WBr work . ,., , - itcnient Issued yes 1" M i rl iii1 call attention ;,' xk, f .. f tl.it it win he months I'll .. r I, t r 'I 'lr" before the Amer ', ir f)ifd:;i"t"iry force Is ileinoliil !.J:i!i.l the Is re depending on f iu fi vnr i.u'encles to entertain ;ym nti'l k-ep them In Rix.d spirit. ' 'Si'il'l'"-" v"" "ere n member of OnVr.il lvr-liifig's iirmy," said Mr. M'lrlm'l. "and through your effort ihi. wur h n l'een won. While you r.rc fith'.tMT. tlie Y. M. C, A. and Silv:iti"ti 'irmV. the Knlgrifs of t'o umhw. th" .l"ish welfare brrd irrl th- American Library assoria- ;.-,n helped ciake nte worm living, and then supp le that with tho com ire nf fn.ii e ill these organizations limply narked tip and w ent home, Kh.ii wi'u id yen think? JT' si.P i t Wilson approved the ni!ranc "f th"e organizations Into th army Inner circles, so they i-jcht t:n.i oareinini; 10 oerupy nit? .nti.-rs' leisure time. There Is no fichtinp new. and much more leisure t.tne. TJ.e tasks of these organlza- I lions .ire more than doubled. And tln think of the boys In the ramps rn this side who never (rot to go i ivr. They are too late for the jwrtr. All the cake has cone and h band has quit playing. The i dnn.e 15 over, (mly the decoratlonB rma:n to remind them of what they w:"-.!. and the randies are nplut-J enns nut their lat feeble rays., They an1 poinc tn be homestrk and ! r,artilrk at best. Are you srolng , M sav to them: 'The war is over ro T M. r. A or K. of C. bulldinus f ryou. T'o for yourself?' All these h'Vi are comlnjr home from nver f.u and from ntnps. It's hrliin them hark sinplnR 'Homey Sweet Horn' and meaning It not sour on humanity. To do It means dollars. v mint p iv our debts to them for th yars of peace and prosperity they have assured us." JywssM 7 " 111 'Ttw.wywllKI- '' Tt''f"'s.. I II I rCsgt tf&tez. ill 11 W vW'iti"",-v- H" ill W. W. C, COMMITTEE WILL POST UP NAMES Ohjrx't Is to lrt ItiMumliiK SoIdW-rs Know W1m Hus IWMlffel llnaix lal Ihitiin of W'inniiiK tlie War. "So the Hoys May Know,'' Is to be the heading of a "slacker board" that will be built in a prominent place down town, ncrordinR to the derision of the executive committee of the united war work fund at the close of their session last nliiht Harh inch! some of the most prominent and best-Informed men of Tulsa K.itber In the rhamber of remmiTiv rooms and make a thor- . oiikIi reehrck of all the Mibscrip- tlons turned In during the day Most of these are the sumo men who have been assigned thin task In former canipalKns and their Hto.uk of patience reached' the breaklmr point last nmlit when they found that the same meti who have been dodirimr their fair share of the war load nil through are up to the same tricks ill this camnaliMi. Will lie la I r. ThniiKh th committee comprises men who know the finanrlnl worth of most evi rybody In town, they are itoltiL' to be extremely fair to all parties u hum they think are not earrylnc their fair share of the load. To this end It was voted that an executive committee would be formed to hear the statements of any ri.en u ho the committee be- LONDON PAPERS ASSERT GERMANY MUST BE FED j LOMioV, Nov. Kt - A imti if ' (lHtp anxuMy lost tin situation in 1 rmnny itt'ciifrato into lioNtirviNiu in Ktrurk ti y nil h editorials in th ' fandin iuVHp;ip(r today. Tin on tiniH'tl Jtlisi'iH of fiirlhrr inform, i- ; lion wliu li would tfrol to throw- fur- tht'r llffiit on tli' f riiK'inrntary cm -Hidi knowNMljrp nf iUv m tii.il Mncial and it (1 1 1 1 i ii 1 st i ii 1 1 x m snuatioii in iIit many, prevent the formal ion of at- Molutely t-oru'liMivt Icm hfit. Pri'Hidrnt WUsou'm 'linuly emm-! Hf" in hailed w ith unanimous 'llto- ! rial approval am) hit warinitiM that huiiKiT l'.ids to matim'sH i quott'd j iis toin hirip,' a ital chord. It in ad I mtttt'd .y new poi of it hh.'ul'V ' (of polittf-al opinion tttat liiTinany J iniil it' fcil, if only as a lnMim" i prnpoHtt ion, Inanuii h .ih If he , , btarvad hIio iouJd not pay what hIiu I ' Tin- T.ntPM. remark in if that tho eomhliuii ion nf hunger and revolu tion Is h:.:hl perilous, says common humanity arid I'ntiimnii Nensi- alike compel the fcedtm,' of Uermany and that the arrival of Herhei t ll'iiiviT, the American food ndmlniH Irator. will facilitate the work. HOLLAND SAYS TULSA IS BIDDER FOR BERTH P I to U 111 i ,1 l. nlctit II;. rl, ill, I. " I'M Wi'Klnn lo;i,-iio 1'nt.iilciK I'lmis lo t)M-n Ij'iiuiii' on la.v I Mivilm; Is I ul led Hi'is'iiilM'r l". AMES CALLS CONFERENCE OF FOOD ADMINISTRATORS CLAREMORE OFFICER MURDERED IN HOTEL OliKlnobllo .stolen. Ki.st tiiKht while )r. K. Forrest lliivdi'ii was attemlliiK a cae at tli" iliklahomu liosiital his iildsmobile j was stolen from in front of the build. Ihk. The theft occurred about tl lock, and at a laie hour the doctor Col. T. M. IIoiisp. Aa rresident Wilsons personal representative and the civilian represen tative of the t'nlted States nt the peace rotifein at ei'ialUcs. Col. K. M. House Is the most conspicuous figure In the diplomatic world at this time. Diplomats of all the allied nations confer individually and mi groups with Huuse in moments outside of the round table sessions of tlw conference to Kot the views of Wilson on matters of crave importance to the entire world. The cables are kept busy c:uryinK code messages hetwe n House and Wll ion. The minute fiirhtim; ceases Ceneral I'ershltiK will have done his part and will have done, it well. Then the eyes of the I'nited Stale will be uudividndly on House. Colonel House lias never been a candidate for office, although he ha been active In Democratic politics for a number of years. He has been the president' special representative to Kurope for tho past four years. Colonel House is u graduate of vrnel and althotm'h Houston, Texas, waa hlM birthplace, he received his early education in New KiiKland. Ho cele brated his sixtieth birthday this year. tVh.it h:is become of the old fih;n iriady civilian who pot his f unction by (lining with chorus flrls '. Relieving Freight Congestion Highways Transport Committees Successfully Diverting Great Masses of Shipping to Truck Lines; Return Loads Gain Favor. The work of the hichways tran-4 port committee, council of national defense, which Is now beini; con ducted upon regional lines, and ex tends down to the state, district and county worker, Is developing to a point where this nailon-wlde ornan r.anon Is beiiiK called upon day after day by various executive deprt mentu, bureaus and commission of the government to take on vltai ac tivities of an allied character. The Doctor's Advice By Dr. Lewis Baker The queatlon anawered below are general in character, the symptom or diaeaaea are given and the ans wers will apply in any case of iml lar nature. . , Those wtahlng farther advice, free, may address Dr. Lewis Haker, Col lege Hid.. College-Kl wood street, Dayton, Ohio, enclosing self-ad-drewwd stamped envelope for reply. Kull name and address must I given but only Initial or fictitious name will be used In my answers. The preemptions can be filled at any well-stocked drug store. Any druggist can order of wholesaler. Gerry asks: "For several months I have not been feeling well. My skin Is sallow, my tongue Is coated, have headache, am sleepless, nervous and bothered with chronic constipation, rieaae help me." Answer: You need a laxative blood cleansing treatment In the form of Three-drain Sulpherb Tab let (not sulphur). Overcome the tendency to constipation and grad ually your good health and pure blood will return. . Mrs. B. writes: "I hesitate to ask advice a my rase Is so unusual, in 2 U, K.i- .W-"" i word. I am tired and worn out an M r l ; j &. Urn. 1.. not refresh me 'nr hoUr or two. This can be ' ' bave been married over a year and '"a puro er made into a full Dint formerly am n a. v. iirt a it nil a Mimi'i itti fn i feel hysterical. I fear I will become a nuisance to my husband if this continues." Answer: Your nervous system has been depleted. You need a tonic In i vigoratlng medicine that will' aid In supplying more food-energy, to your nerves. Take Three drain Cadomene Tablets regularly for sev eral months. f jjr ! ( 0t kJS , Misery write: '1 have such a ry severe (1)uCh and cold and have '" b(1n Me to Ket anything to help "'(i " la weakening my system." Answer: Fse the following and - com and couch will vanish you 1 won be strong again. -f l r v ' 1 loiiur ir ," """"--maiic nyrup. hil dlrec ;;" to use will he found on hot ihv. o" h " r"lld 'atative and will " n cold from the system. 'I have tried to cure 'hint: scalp, falling hair Leil! n.U: irtA s. i , '.Liim,s.s rth numerous tonlca, e V'T 1 kive been recommend- 1 1 .din Yen. w Minyol for tho part U... 1nii "core of my pa- rvn.r '''-''ted With the quick, '4Dlr "f ,hia my in raff ! ,,r!'ln,J' filing hair, dand ;Wr. , ,:'ves lhe haJr health, dr,., vigor a nothing eUe "'WtloBl 'VZ Ja" W!th fU" VrrHl Vn''"- "Can you please irit ilirm nii.k in iPV n iv.n will rr- of k i 5"nh ,tat""lng symp- ' - .....in, an (folio. 'ing: Irenes, i " ln ima11 of bacK' 11'ntTi' i. -r,,,r'.on of blaJ'ier, fre- 'h Dam i "1Knl "it scanty flow Pufrinir f ,l urninK nd foul odor, 6 l lirtlhl Ate 'K'1ny una , ' lnS r"ef from C '"ladder disorders should Wins Jialmwort Tablets, a NfiTK: For many year Pr. Tlaker ha been giving free advice and pre- , scriptions to millions of people ; through the press columns, and j doubtless ha helped In relieving ill- nes and distress more than any , single Individual in the world's his- , tory. Thousands have written him I express . - " .""-' ,c,,on . that being brought about " - IT .. i. Vew York r tv. where Jildire lttports coming in from tate high way transport committee are to the effect that excellont progress Is be Ingynade in connection with the de velopment of rural express line, re turn loads bureaus, the relieving of terminal conirestlon, etc. Many problem are, involved In tho execu tion of the plans of tliMe commit tee a they extend down to the state and locality, tluis taking In a proper systeni of roads for truck hauling; Investigation and recom mendation of insurance for n-al express lines; uniform bill of lad ing, plan for meeting the snow re moval problem through states in which convoys of government trucks pass, the providing of transportation In communities where local facili ties are not available, and Bimllar llne of endeavor. A recent activity upon the part of tho highways transport committee Is (it the suggestion of the I'nited State fuel administration, which has called upon this organlstatloji for help In tho operation of highways transportation to and from so-called wagon mine. Again, the Illinois state highways committee, working out a plan of co-operation with the electric line running out of Chlrago. has started a rout., with motor trucks whereby they make deliveries until late at lilt: It t to certric lines, these In turn making early morning deliveries to other towns. While instances In detail of suc cessful co-opernMon :ie between the state and national highways trans port organizations are many, grati fying reporiH also are coming In as to the completion of the state organ isations up to date. West .Virginia, Kentucky. Delaware, New Mexlro. SoMtri Dakota. Alabama and tlll other, are typical of those, states which tiavo recently entered with enthusiasm upon practical work along lino..) l;n down In the plat form of the national highways trans port body. The Indiana state highways trans port committee hits inaugurated an . Intensive campaign f"r telling In-1 diuni merchant hnw to get goodsi inck!v from In.!. ana wholesaler i and manufacturers." Folders are being sent o it. accompanied by i n dorsorr.cnt cards in which the sign- i ers pledge 1 he,ny'!ves not to 'wear1 the roads wi'hout a loud." In other words. n"t to run their trucks empty at any time. This campaign Is be. tig conducted tinder the return loads bureaus of the highways traruipoit bodv of Indiana. The transfer nf short haul com merce fr""i the railway to the high way is being suere.ssf u'ly accomp lice I in many states', this work of the highwavs transport committees beirg closely related to that which looks to 'he relieving of terminal corgest.i.n. especially ln the great centers. An .nstan.'e of the remarkable work done ;n relieving terminal con lleves are not doing their share. If. after this hearing It Is found that the paitv concerned Is able mid simply unwilling to do Ills part, tho c ommittee proposes to post his name on a permanent hoard down town, so that the bovs who have gone from Tulsa and who will be return ing within the next few months mav have knowledge of those who could help In the fight, but who thought onlv of their own selfish Interests.., "We firmly believe that thl Is but simple Justice," Is the statement of the committee. "We do not propose to do any man an Injustice, but we do not feel that the patriot of this city should shield from the contempt of the fighting men of thl city peo ple who slack In their full hare of the burdens asked of American at home. Will I 'i il Name. "It Is hoped by the committee that no name will have to be posted and they propose to strain their nerves and take their time to that end, for we feel that such n board with one or mnre names on It will be a last ing disgrace to Tulsa's manhood and womanhood. Among the Interesting examples of the committee's findings wa a I2S subscription from one man who has extensive interests in an estate that own a flve-stnry building, while the ne-ro Janitor of that building gave $10. Another report that cam to the committee wa of a Kansa City firm with a retail branch In Tulsa whose local manager refused to help get a subscription for the firm or make a subscription himself. Quite a few men of Tulsa, some of them of moderate means and some of considerable wealth, have been dodging their every war duty, giv ing $1 when they should have given $10, and In like ratio all through. had not found trace of the thief. I'lH Ull A, III , Nov 1.1 .l.i. k Hid land. Western league leader, sajs his league "ill open May 1 for a full season Holland said that he would call a meeting of the club presidents of tile lcw;lo for llrrrlnliil la. lull had Hot Vet decided on lhe II t'og pi. I.e. Five of the WeMelli league t.les are ri'l'l I'sent e, here. likllllonia "IV. (Illl.lha. ;t Joseph, Sioux " 1 1 V and Deitxer Holland naid toilav there ale only two possible changes before the opening of the sets-ill Hutchinson am! lain. In mav hi' dropped Joplin and Tulsa are Hie leading bidders for these places. . v - - l'F.iiltl V 111 . Nov i:i Flans for the reconstruction of the nino.i league baseball mat ,.f the nation were I touched at the annual nosd Itlg the National Association of Flo feshloll.'ll llasebail league- lull to day, when committees were appoint ed to consider tin nd inability of re cliissif vim: all organl.ations and re districting the ten Itoi y l'rcsldcii' Thomas A llirkev of n v..i i i U I . I I i M i latgi.-: and tii.e llii'i'l:! s. II. e lb w I c I. f. been cai Icleral f I li . 1 1 . . honia, f.-r Frl.l.n' i 'I- la li.una I'm Itl.pol o r .a I ed I.) ' hl-'l il. ir I'll, new I.. 'I'll I'll f..o Ik . f tl II V.i.e f..- ikia V'gni W. ,1 I'orlcr l'oiM' After Killing i. Ililtolilns Pirns- An .Scouring Country. lie ..I ;i I: kc! - He i a eat pr .g i a in Wnl a' t bis mis ttiu; wliu n tended l. a 1 I ollh'v f I rat i m, women's club le id si ito iiiiiI dilt id fond i .1 udwe Ames now is in a' bine I . i W hoi e III' is l' i o 1 1 1 e I I lli'c w I. tl lie bell II.M.lei and olhcl st le adm Inls' i a I .il s iiiii. of I he I 'o.u . id this i i-nt oi em . lias tii en to ale l.sh the rule I en 1 1 Ins- I!..' tultclla of M,.siiiiteH w ;' li u In at faun . WAITING AT CHURCH TAME ALONGSIDE THIS STUNT il itniMi than w t.i .ng at j I 1 1 was i 1 the i lull', h After A. F IIicI.h of San Antonio, mil Mis Fits McIioImoii of tort Worth, i. line io Tulsa to be man led and ha, I secured the liecesKtrv li cense. Mrs. Nicholson's p. iron's ho ef the American nssociat ion has called . ai gucd against the mariiage II meeting at Indianapolis, I looem - tei I It -l thai II w.ih rilled off her 111, to consider plans for the I Ilickn returned the license to th" HUH season ,.. clerk of lhe .onus jestcrday. "I 'Fnless tho government Is op-lcan't use it," he e.ild. lie WnrM. ' ' I . . IH '.Mi ill 11. Nov. 1 3 Fo.-'si 1 -.'liini g the ciiuntM- around I'lare ii i i liiiiit'bt In sjoiiii'li of I'i'oll .'lt.' gei.nl who shot (,ml killed W. I . hub Inn- at !' ;lu o'clock this etc hing Is the lobby of III" Sequoyah hotel. 1 1 ih bins was night pollce in in. I le had. eai iier In the ,l iv i.ii-t.'.l I'm g.i a I.I, who was porter ,t t'o- Si .. on. ih. mi a minor charge. t the polite station Fitzgerald lunl handed hb. bond money to tho of fli t i and said ' "You hate im money, and I ain't giuir to come back " "Come back itt ;i o'clock tomorrow inoriilnit." said Mutilans, "or I'll an est on again " Aitoiding to 1 1. II. Wood, of Ilnr di li, Kan. Hub Inns appeared 111 the lobby of the hotel, which was crowded, tonight to rearrest the negio and in tjie argument that en sued Fit'geiald pulled ii gun. shoot ing 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I I ti n through the heart and once tlinmgli the l"ft side. A third shot went wild. Iliitchlns fired once but w it hunt effect. The negro eg- leaped Into the alley. He wear it f rod coat and blue serge trousers, the uniform of lhe hotel porter It Is believed a Ivnehlng party hn been organized to take charge of the I cane should the negro be found. r WAR WORK SUBSCRIPTIONS TOTAL OVER $45,000,000 NTCW YORK. Nov. 13. ConfTlhu tlons by tho entire country to the united war work campaign up to noon today totaled I45.613.6J9. ac cording tn a statement t national headquarter here tonight. It wa pointed out by Dr. John n. Mott, director general of th cam isdgn, that with only five working day left, the country must give at the rule of 140.000,000 a day to reach the 60 per rent oversubscription sought by the seven organization for welfare work. AM hough official at national headquarter expressed some solici tude at the showing of the country a a whole thUH far, the day' new was cheering, they said. New York, Michigan and Ielaware have at tained their quotas and are now striving for the desired emrplua. The largest single subscription' for the day was IS. 000. 000, given by the Rockefeller foundation. The West ern Union Telegraph company con tributed 1150.000 In addition to pledge from all It officer and em ploye In this cHy. STRIKE OF TELEGRAPHERS POSTPONED BY RAIL MEN James S. Harlan of the Interstate commerce commission is giving his entire time to the project. Judge Harlan was assigned to this work di rectlv hy Secretary McAdoo. director general of railroad'. It is the lnten tien to- transfer such activities to other renters a soon n a complete l)r Iewla Baker, reading your good advice to other I have found relief. I enclose stamps, and please send me your Great Ouide Book, Health and Beauty." and I thank you for ad vice to other which so helped rre. May your good work pn on. You will get better reward than money I prn(,ram , worked out by Judge In helping o many who suffer and .,ri,.,n n New York, often cannot get a doctor, a there , Therefore. It Is being evidenced I no money to pay one. One nf your i ,;y that the big subject of high many well-wishers. Sincerely. wavs t KmKpnrtat ion is now lnalien J4IS3 C. H WHITK. ' ' ihl'v it m;gh he slid inevitably--l.'.O Free St. : i.rtUeH no w-'h tr lnsnortation hv ATLANTA. Ca.. Nov. 1J The strike of approximately 18,000 rail-i road telegrapher employed on rail- I road of the south and southeast, which had been ordered for 8 o clock tomorrow morning, was postponed tonight by official of the Order of Railway Telegraphers. O. I), tjor man, chairman of the general com mittee nf the southeastern district of the O. R..T.. announced that advice from Washington "warrant" the postponement. The men now will await the decision of Director (!en eral of Railroads McAdoo on their demands for inrroased wages, which is expected within three or four days, it wa aid. Mr. McAdoo ha been upprlsed of the postponement. F.very effort is being made, (ior- man stated, to reach all member of the union with the Instruction re scinding tho strike order. LIFTI NGFbuTd7nGBAN MAY START BOOM IN TULSA Verification of the statement that the lid ha been lifted from at Ieiu,t a part of the building operations in Tulsa wan received last evening by J. Uurr Oibbon.s, in telephone con versation with the tate council of defense at Oklahoma City. "The ban ha been removed." elated Mr. iVewtfall, 's:retaryof the state council of defense, "to the ex tent that residence costing up to 110,000 can be built without the formality of a srmit from tho non wur construction committee, while buildings for commercial use, and non-essential enterprisr-i roRtmg $25,000 and lees, may be constructed without a permit" Thetso restrictions being removed will probably turn loose a small building boom in Tulsa., since dwell ing houses are so ladry needed to wire for the surplus population. One of the strangest things in this world 1 why every young mother imagines she will never need an- w tli er bby buggy aCicr che xim one. An Increased Margin of Extra Value in These Suits and O'Coats Never in all Oklahoma was there staged a greater Suit and Overcoat event than we now announce-Further reductions from the Drastic Dissolution prices of the high-grade Suits and Overcoats The finest woolena of the weaver's art are here in the smartest and best styles of the season. Today's wholesale prices or less are the prices you pay. You save all the increases that have occurred since last December. But in order to save you must buy today. You will agree when you see how really wonderful are the styles, fabrics and the lowered prices. DISSOLUTION SALE PRICES Suits and Overcoats Choice of Brown & Blazer's $32.50, $35 antlQ CA $37.50 Suits and Overcoats, now J)wO.Dl Choice of Brown & Blazer's $40, $12.50 a(3C9Q Z( $45.00 Suits and Overcoats, now OU Choice of Brown & Blazer's $17.50, $50 am'Q'J TA $52.50 Suits and Overcoats, now v3 T.OU Choice of Brown & Blazer's $55, $57.50 andQQ rr $00.00 Suits and Overcoats, now ))sjt Choice of Brown & Blazer's $65, $70.00 mlQAm CA $75.00 Suits and Overcoats, now P ' ' $1 .50 For Men's and Young Men's Suits formerly sold by Brown & Blazer at $30, $32.50, $35 and $37.50. These suits, of which there are remaining only one and two of a style, are priced for final selling at less than the manufacturer's selling prices. Positively the greatest values offered by any store in the Southwest. 14 50 For Men's and Young Men's Suits, sold regularly by Brown & Blazer at $20, $22.50. $25 and $27.50. There are special values selected from the broken lines of the Dissolution Sale. One and two of a kind. Sizes 34 to 42. Wonderful suit, values that should sell rapidly on account of the extraordinary low prices. Other Sales Shirts Hats and Caps Underwear Mackinaws Selling out the 35roun &3f azer Quality Shop for Men. Other Sales Sweaters Uaincoats Gloves Leather Luggage Miid ii Ul formula sold WW' inU Air&Jftf In t N 'jB.rUn4, Ve-lraii and ly wi.cr. I