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'I UI.SA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, .NOV. 16, 1918. ! I' r: t !::.! ! ii i'h is ft "1 AVIATORS DIRECTED BY RADIO TELEPHONE, 1mIit I'nlly rcrfcetcd Ilrfore Hos tilities I. Illlfl i.inimiii. II. Ml Inkling nf Nui-ts Peace Conference to Plan Help for Balkans PRODUCTION IS EASED OFF Amtstaiit Sorrrmrv li)n nnmMi' .1110 ll- IIiiIIiiiiiIh iiiiiI iill ! IWinitx-rs .MiMli' Meekly WASHINGTON, Ni.i I., .-t 1 1 1 ... 1 rnns t-f An.rr.i in ,tir i,.it.ri fiKhtinK In Kruno- n in tin nimni-nt i.f the a rm ;! ! wie mi.i m 'iv rr in 4 u nl r the vei-.u nr.li.i4 of tlir Miuu'lron comm. in I. r ihit re.n In- I e,i li pi'"'! bv r.iiim e:cpii"tie. 1 New" .f the h h rm'f'il iU-vi !iti merit fif this .i i n " h'-ri In' in ,1 ri . 1 : Itary erret. 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 k 1 1 "tnc itikilfiK "f I' had rrirh'il the Ginn'iii Just I" fure hiiMiililliN 1 liwl. ;iiliii"l to herornr- publlr Iml.iy In- .Inhri'l' iMan, dim-tiii i.f .iir.r.ifi prndir, 1 1" 0 . "Th re re 'imr ili-i.i:l. i"nrerti Inir II wlmii lannni ilini-iifs vet" Mr llviin N.ml, "Inn ilie r.nlln de. :res rrkeil 0.11 iliiril'i, liH'tiths of Micnrneni went inln mHnil servlie some H-rdtH iii'u I h.ive nivself standing n lti ur"in'l. Kivrn niilers In .1 sipi nl rni flying In III" air ni"l watched ilti in mnn.iii ri nn-ordlng-Iv The 1 f hummi iseluu i-f 'In -tlre In rlcsr niiui.-h in hi' (mini dlHiinct Iv through Ihe mm nil of Hi" air plane motor. II l. in firry any. the most Mil I ixf iti'l ( v mrnns nf com munlcntlng between iUni-i In the Hi r tind from the ground ' planes." Mr. . Ryan n.iM he 1 1111I1I not di-rus-i IhK distance over which I radio telephone hs worked, lull II ts known In Iio'ii mutter of mime tlllle. Tln fart that" radio telephones wnr a remilir ih r I of American aerial equipment has nnly been ht -Inltlnl In lificonm known Klin''' Hi rapture lit a tirrmnn nnlrr in HrUl Miuu'lronn, di'inniulinic I h a t an Atnrrli'ati plann ith wlrflrK li'lr tihnn rqiilpmrnt 1" ahot ilnwn anrl lirmiKht to lh" roar fur rxamlnaitnn. Mr. II m 11 oalrl 4iUv that thf hlrh praiiri upon alrplanr prrliic tlnn hail lifn rHil off ltninfdlatly n f lr Ihf Hl(jnl of the artnlntlra .funt prior to that J00 ! Ilavlland plane wfr bflnic tiirnr-d nut week ly In knnrkrtnwn ahaprt for whip ment. Theaa latter are the lament typa of flylnjr marlilnna yot put out. Want Hi ml donfeirrmri. r)NMV, Thuraflay. Nov. 14 he labor conference, today unani mously adopted a reiolutlnn eub mllted by .lame Ramaay MarlJon ald, chairman of the labor party, da mandlnn that labor be represented at tha official peara conference and that an International labor connrena nit concurrently. There were rheera for International aoclallam and the tiolnhevlau. ! M no,: . 11 ; . VERSAILLES PALACE i 1 MAY SEE WAR END: Ml.-irt' Scene of Many Important l.ii iiu Mrml Likely Scli-tlon for Hnul onferenee. M 1h AuikiaiiuI I'r I'Alliy. Nin- K. Wruaiocs. 'hounh not' f"rm.i;iv rhosrii as the meetmit iila'ii of "hi" prarn nfKOtl.i t,nri. in r'lta nli'il an iiimcot certain 10 lie tti" p'.a' f'.r Hie pi are i nnfer- fi '. The real work " me nr'Koua lionx will he rirrieil on In Pans, whrre it is iir.ih.ihie tha! (leleKatioriK from all th' milieu will resiile 1 terniinrarib . the m em he rn Kiiina: out I to Versai.len new ah. I then fur plen-i arv chHll)lls n the ronferenee. There !.. :s little .Imiht til it the aiiprriiif art ..f mkiiiiiK the peace jKreeineiif Mill lake plan' Rt '"r- ' -.llllra 111 Ihe sime ll ;:l (irii .1 1 ll.lll1 where the liernun empire wa. pro- ialtneil 111 I I Vernal I lea "r rather the pnlare there, h.i iIimiI an Important part 111 the hin'iiric" of Kraiue. Oerniany. flrcat l:i 1 1 .1 : ri ,m. th't I mteil Mate. In ITS.H the arinlntlrn preliminary I" Ihe Ir.aiv of pnaee heiween Ureal' Ptilaln ami the I'nite.l Staten wan j HiKiie.l at etH.n,l.K Six vearn later 1 the ti.i l a ' e w m the i ne of Important even'H in the l uniti revoiiiiinn The lierman .iimv heMielni Par'.H had it headquarter. in th town In I I H 7 " -T 1 and there the iieKcit lat Innn I heiween I'THte e and Herrnany were din'it.-Ni'd After the-pcHce Vemalllen wan the aeat of the I'ntieh national aiemh.v ai d for a few ears there-I af'er a th'' r f , . -i .t I capital of I I'Vanee The town "f VernulleM, 12 tnilen xniiihwe..t of Pariy. Is not attractive I in Itself, hul Ihe prexenee there of I the pala.e hulit h.v Ixmin XIV and it proxunltv to the capital attract in.iny VIKitotn Th" I'lil.lie at leri-aiuen wi" heKun in IKSl and the garden which, with 'he fountains and water, works, are one of th- Klorles nf the in I:iee were i.laiine.l bv la Noire Ijeadera nt forrea of nnlknn atatea In world war. Top, left in rlchl: Klne William of Albania, Klnir Alexan ' tier of llmrrri with tieneml Karrnll of I'rcnrh fon-c. Klnjt Nicholas of MoiiiencKro. lie low: King t'ertll navml of HnlgTirla, Prince Alcinnder, nimiiiandliiK Serba, und King I-crdlnaiid of Ituinnnlu. Plana to provide fur tha future welfare of the Italkan Ktnten will be laid by the peacn conferenee. It In more than probable. Then Hi a leu, vletlma of the Inlilmie ami Ktifl of the liUKhtli-r power in Kurope for iik'ea, have been hroiiRhi near ruin. They he been led to war iimnni; IheniHelvea and w-nt to war aK.ilnst outside hiillnnn by (Serman, Auntrlan nnd nlher rulern --to broaden the power of the tinman hs. The i imfi'ience in fnrmally ban urfied the sending of foodst uf fa to the HtarvInK people of the It.ilkiuis. Steps will be taken to free thejM' ntatra entirely from oiitalde Influencea. IHplonuila Veloincl. PAIllrt, Nov. U ( Hviu)-llp-lomath' repreaentHllvea here of the allied imttnna and the republic of Central nnd Houth America today called on Prelient I'oineare and Premier t'lemeni rau and extonded to them their warmcal coimiutulatlona lank. Iieatler Proinolisl. PAItlH. Nov. ,1 ft.-- Announcement In Hindu that (leu Johnson llaxood. chief of htaff nf the Atueriiuui de partment of upl. hna been pro moted to a command at the front, lie Is nuct'cedfi) by HrlK.ulier Octi eral W. 1. t 'minor. Ail estimates nf the money expended on the building ami K n dens are vacuo hut M'tiie experts estimate that nmre thin f 1 on.000.noo were spent bv laciM XIV who destroyed the accounts In the l-ren.h revolution. Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette were for eihlv removed lo Paris, after which the furniture wa destroyed. Napol eon and the kinds during the restora tion harelv kept the place In repair, hut Ixmls Phillip restored the palace and nude It a muneum of wnrka f art illustralive of tha history o( Krance, at a cost of nearly .ri,000,000 SOLDIERS IN HOME CAM PS ANXIOUS TO GET RELEASE The Best Clothing at Moderate Prices The standard we have set for our Men's Clothing is worthy of the reputation, of the best custom shops. The care and skill with which our stocks of winter Suits and Overcoats were prepared make them distinctly individual so that there is a Suit or Overcoat for your particular taste as if it had been made specially for you. We absolutely give you the same quality that you get at other stores and save you from $10 to $15 on our Suits and Overcoats PRICED AT s18 21 and s25 l H f-- V" .. t.eiir-rnl Kln iH'tul. MOW YriltK. Nov. 15 fleneral Moratin ('. King veteran nf the civil war. lawyer, lecturer, author nnd ! i.i i,;lM tirouorht an imnic composer and, lerk for many years dla,, l)HM f morale umnrg American of historic. Plymouth church, died tltr,,4 at home that la regarded at I hin homo In lirooklyn today at the I,. , , denartmcnt as aomowhat WASIIIVtlToN. Nov. la.-reswi-tion of hostilities in Kurope and dis appearance of the enemy from the I battlefield nan The Christmas STORK FOR MEN You will find here what he wants and the things that are most serviceable Handkerchiefs Ties Pajamas Silk Shirts Socks Mufflers ' Gloves Hats Underwear Raincoats Lounging Robes GOOD UNDERWEAR Consisting of all -the leading brands in various styles and weights priced at $1.25 to $5.00 HATS Standard makes in all styles, shapes and colors. A regular $5 and $6 CJO OfT seller elsewhere for pJ.U i When in the Market for 'for any purpose whatever consult Oils The Texas Company 1 ' We manufacture a full line of Lubricating Oils -of tested quality covering oils for industrial and agricultural machinery. Texaco Steam Cylinder Oils for All Purposes Texaco Machine Oil TEXACO URSA OIL The Oil for Diesel Engines Lubricates the entire engine, power cylin ders, air compressors and all the bearings. One oil for all. TEXACO MOTOR OILS In grades to meet every motor requirement for pleasure car, truck or tractor. Texaco Crater Com pound For gears indoors and out, for gears on machines, steam shovels, hoists, compres sors wherever water and pressure are encountered. Especially recommended for use on tractors as it is not affected by weather, water, flying dust or mud. TEXACO FUEL OIL FOR INDUSTRIAL and RAILROAD PURPOSES TEXACO GASOLINE TEXACO BURNING OILS FOR HEAT, LIGHT OR POWER alarming-. lpon new that tl armistice had heen Mttnod. the men'! attitude of the individual ttoldior la eald to have nnderKone a marked cnanje. insieno, jof bombarding hl Immediate nu 'pcrlora with querlen tut to the prob able date of embarkation for Krance, he becomes anxloua an to the dato of hia releaue from acrvlce. More serloua are report by aome. commanding officers that their men are exhibiting a tendency to view thonihclves an already released from the atrict routine of the campa. Hundred of caaea are listed of I men who have been granted the Haual 16-houra' week-end leave, failed to return to camp on time. These men automatically are charged with belnir "absent without leave." an offenae but nllKhtly lesa heinous than deHertion under military law. i It la underatood that relative of noldlern who have absented them selves will be aeked to aasint the au thorities In havlnu them return promptly to spare the families the disgrace of having n armed guard sent, and with a view to mitigating the piinlMhment of the of lender. NEW CHILD" LABOR BILL I IS OFFERED IN SENATE Rolmes Clothes Shop 223 South Main PERSHING IS CABLED THANKS OF COUNTRY .secretary Ilaierscnds repression of Nation's Katccm to Commanding ticnernl and Army. RESTRICTIONS ON GOLD EXPORT LIFTED IN PART WASHINHTliV. N"V. 15 An amendment to the war revenue bill deigned an a sulwiUute for the child labor act recently . declared uneon mltutlonal by the eilpreme court, war introduced todwy W Senator Tom erene of Ohio and referred to the fi nance committee. ! Vnder the law nullified Interstate shipments of product of ehvld la bor were prohibited. The l'ome.rne proposal would levy a special excise tax of 10 per cent on the net profits derived from the sale of such prod ucts. i f the senate finance committee de Vide upon revision of the revenue bill along the lines proposed by Sec retary McAdoo, members today said It would cause delay of several weeks In reporting the bill to the senate. The change proposed. It was assert, cd. virtuallv would require redraft ing of the measure Kor this reason, it was miRgoated today in some quar ters that congress mlK'ht adjourn un. til the regular session in leccniber. while the finance committee con tinue lis work. ! papal'secretary"coming on important mission For prices and particulars, get ! Tulsa or the general offices of in touch with our office in the company in Houston, Texas. teAco The Texas Company Offices in Principal Cities Distributing Points All Over the Southwest teAco ROMK, Thursday. Nov. II Mon tngnor rerrettl. papal undersecretary of aiate. left tonight f"r America. . NKW YORK. Nov. II While no Information regarding the purpose 'of Monsignor ferrettl's forthcoming , visit to this country has been received i from Koine, beyond the fact that he baa been went "on a special mis mon." it Is generally behoved here that he will report to the Vatican re. garditig affairs In the archdiocese of New York when a successor to the Mate Cardinal Karley aa archbishop us to be appointed Keporus that Monsignor ferret n is bringing to this country an appoint ment of Archbishop lionzano, apoe tohc delegate at Washington, as car. . dinal. are not accepted by Catholic authorities here, who declare that ', precedent dictates the return "f the 'delegate to Home upon completion of his work before being honored with ihe red hit ' fc . sells Has Mil. Ki"'KT WOHTH. Texas. Nov I i. - Indian f (wnmissioner t ato e!.s or Washington who has been touring the oil field., vras brought here to day ill wr.h influenza. WASJIINGTUN. Nov. i:..-"n-gratulatlons and expressions of the nation's proud esteem were cabled to General Pershing for the Ameri can army in Krance today by Sec rotary Maker with a promise that now a respite has come, the war de. partment will do all In Its power to expedite the early return of the ex peditionary' force so that the coun try may welcome its koldiers home. The secretary's meaaage follows: "The signing of the armiMHe und the resaation of hostilities bring to an end a great and heroic military adventure in which the urmy under your command has plaed a part distinguished by gallantry and suc cess. It gives ma pleasure to ex prena to you the confldenco and ap preciation of the war department and to those who have latored with von to make this result possible, this appreciation of their leal, courage and strength both of purpose and achievement. The entire country is filled with pride In your fine leader ship and In the soldierly qualities shown by your urmy. "Now that a respite has come In a solmn task to which the army de voted ltaelf, the war department will do all In Its power to expedite the early return of the expeditionary force to the I'nited States In order that the country may welcome its soldiers hame and In order that these soldiers may be restored to the op portunltv of civil life speilily as the military situation will permit. "I extend to you. as commanding gencrar of the American expedition ary force, my hourly congratulations and this expression of high esteem, and I beg you to make known to the officers and men of your command the fact that their conduct as sol diers and a men has stirred Ihe pride of their fellow countrymen and that their military success has con tributed to the great victory for the forces of civilization and humanity. Look out for Span ish Influenza. At the first sign of a cold take .itl'la USCARAfi? QUININE Standard eeld remedy for 19 yr in tablet 1m im mh. rare, no opt txraki up cold la 14 hour rclwrei inp in J dyv Moovy barkintfaltt. Th! ffouinr bo hi Rd lop with Mr. Hill's pactum. At All Draa Stora. I ADIES $1011 REWARD! LVP WASHINGTON. Nov. Relax ation of restrictions on export of manufactures, containing gold, an nounced today by the war industries hoard, would permit nhlprnents to fiiba, West Indies, Mexico, and South and Central America of ar ticles such at Jewelry and optical goods containing gold valued at not more than 43 per cent of the whole value of tho article and averaging (not more than one-third the whol value during a three-months penol. This arrangement by openlrg the en port channels for Jewelry, is ex pected to have some effect on hieli foreign exchange rates with South and Central American nations. SwisA Strike llnds. WASHINGTON. Nov. 13 I ncon ditlonal revocation of the general strike order in Switzerland by th socialistic committee was reported today In an official message lo Swiss Minister Sulzer here. Many Kinds of Rheumatism; One Sure Mode of Treatment Authorities Say Dotx'.t Ue Lin iments. Treat it Through the Blood. You Can't Rub It Out! Whether your trouble Is Sciatica, .umbago or the dreaded Articular Rheumatism, the answer la ' the same. You must treat it through the blood. That i the only way to rid the system of uric acid, purify the blood and revitalize the nerrea If the blood la freed from impuri ties. Rheumatism must go. This In short Is the exact knowledge gained by the research laboratories of the & a & Co., in Atlanta. There teati have been made for fiftv years. The' know what Rheumatism Is. Thff know what S. S. S., the remrkb. blood tonic. 'which they origins''!, will relieve you of Rheumatism. Tak 8. S. S. today. The complete re covery of thousands of sufferers by the use of 8. S. S. is positive proof that you can be relieved. S. S. S a blood tonic a purifier that restore the blood, revitalises It. cleanses 't makes It pore as it was before It be came poisoned with Impurities. S. X 8. glyea It strength to drive out thes impurities the uric acid and organs poison and with It the Rheumausm Get K. 8. 3. at your druggist a If you need special advlee. write Medi cal Advlaer. 44 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta, Ga. Adv. STRESS OF BUSINESS A nation's necessity has plunged many thousands of boys and girls in their teens into the vortex ot business before their time. Many will feel the strain upon vitality and energy and likewise the need for the nourishing and tonic virtues of A very little, taken regularly, is far more beneficial than when taken by fits and starts. Scott' Emulsion is 4a concentrated nourishment that contributes to strength V and helps confirm the body in vigor and health. J fccoU ft Bowse Xloomfittd. N. J. Ittakml. It.AAa. KihMm il.f.liil.itwinii wrtfc i'lllll;InMMmitliea. WOOfTlin. t'KNH ul i a. swTMtTM iuqi ct usutun.at , As Age Advances the Liver Requires occasional sllfht stlamlaUoo. CARTER'S Lit TLE LIVER PILLS IfsnTraier litem I UM jM BHtwt r I r I H IVER slgaarare Sntl Pia, Small Dose, Small Price But Great la hi Good Work correct CONSTIPATION rVtlnrUaa nrPalsa P... ooually UwllcaM tb sbsawca of Iron I Colorless or rale Y aces lh- Wood. p , . t condition which win be (ready helped by Carter irum "