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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918.
KING GEORGE GIVEN WELCOME IN FRANCE Riitinh Royal Party Hclvcs Grout Ovation on Landing on I d-ih Ii Null; Met by Cirmvumtu. p liy Gate and Arthur KMIwxIl In 1H90 v. hi-u they were Nfi-kinK n l'"t waler terminus for a railroad con ned lotii Gate wa uIw.ih the chief hrncfu'-'li of the i lly urn ti.i l alway maintained a homo hern. May 11, the birthday of Charle Gate. I al ways et li linito'i publicly here, it "Gale day." RoiMIonor PARIS, Nov. 2H. King Georne accompanied hy the Prince of Wales and I'rlnci! Albert, arrived In Pari at J:.10 o'clock this afternoon. Hi majesty wiim recirfved at the ISol tin Boulogne station by President Polu oare, Premier 1'leme.noeau, Foreign Minister 1'lr.hon mul oilier cabinet ministers and the president of tlm chamber of lf iiutlm and tlm sena'e Knnrrnnii crowd thronged thn streets, In spite of thn bad wwiIht, all the wuy from th railroad mil lion to the Qunl d'Ureay, where the royal party arrived at 3:80 o'clock. Troon lined tho entire route and they had difficulty n handling the throng. The crowd u so rreat In fiont of the Qual d'Oraay that It broke through the line of policemen, tho Parisians frantically shouting "long live the klngl" "Ixm live France!" "l.ong live Kngland!'' and "Ixing I've the republic' King fieorue after a brief reel went to the palace of tho Klysoe to vlult President Polniare and Madam I'olnearo. WIDOW OF JOHN W. GATES DIES AT NEW YORK HOME PORT ARTHUR, Tsxas, Nov. 28. Mm. Iiellora It. Gate, widow of John W. Oaten, famoua a decade ago aa a railroad magnate, died In New York today, according to private din pat eh en received here, Hhe waa the lu( uitrvlvinv member of the family. John W. Gates having died In Paris' In 1911 and their only eon, Charles, dying In Wyoming- In 1913. The city of l'ort Arthur waa found- M'ALESTER PHYSICIAN DIES OVER IN PpocUl to The World M'A LKHTK It. Ok la, Nov !.--Thla clly'a first holdier-physlcian, the flmt to volunteer when tlm call came for men to nervo in thin branch of the service, Lieut. TIioiiium .1. I'dliner, him niacin tlm supreme eacrlfn e. Am h" was In I lit matter of viiliinterlMK first, it he wax In giving further to hlH country, first. 'I Im new of hi ili . it h waa con I .'tilled In the' usual In "C aiinoiiiii c mint from the war department, lo lt: "Itcgrel to Infuim ynu that Lieut. Thomas J, palmer died Oc tober UK, lilt." Tim death meai(n was H'-nt to hi wife, l)r. Clara F. I 'a truer of (his city, a medical term being given for IiIh pawlntr. That he tiled an the re. milt of hie effort on the firing line In alteHtod to by II. . Million, a lo cal man who recently returned from tlm front, where ha had nerved for over a year an a Y. M. C. A. aecre titry. Hoover In Pari. PAIIIH, Nov. 2 Meibort Hoover, American food kdmlmairator, In here and In taking tip with the allies the repartition of dlpoahlt foodstuff. The plan would give food flrHt to the alllea and then neutral and then to eneinlea. Mr. Hoover desires that a commission meet at llrusscla to examine the nierltM of the tierman reiiiienlrt for food and to decide upon rtiwtna for meeting them. Tha diet during and after Influ enrn, llnrllrk u Mailed Milk, nour lehlng. dlgejttible. Adv. WASHIMITtlN. Nov. LM . Th lowlnR iiiflij.tlilet are reoorted by the eoiiiin.inilbig general tit t tie Ani' i l ciin expedltlnnary foreea Killeil n action, l.il; died of woiirnl. I IV; ,tl,,.l ..r .ii.. i ... i FRANCE I ly, 20; W"iiill"l degree iimleterio 'ined, 2); wounded allgolly, iT, iiiIvh. lug in action, ill. Totul Min. OKLAHOMA MKT. Killed In Aiilon. I'rlvaicx: I red Khldlt'H, Urltinika. Alt- Wllllamn, Ijigal. IMcd or J!cae. rrlvutein; 4 iJatiMK . Allen. UpHivilte. crn Ih-lewortli, I anion, Jikiich I,. I''laat, Ki-i'fioii. ( lo M. tilrU, I 'organ. (corgo li. King, Whcallaiid. Jarnco A. Morgan, IHiic. I.nrcnu MiiNtu., flapultm. liarli-a II. loiinnau, i;ik City. Sam J. W ebb, 4 lareiuurc. lUcd of Wolinde. Noah 11. UX-bimr, lllackwfll. HiinII 1'. I'll, her, Kil.larc. I idgar I.. .Mi-4 ord, Ualonga. William S. Mcllwalii, (Slum. lolin .Moore, Md loud. Willie htrvrnaon, Mllo. IHivl of Wound. Corporal Herbert II. Dean. ltoll(i Wounded, IJt'grcn t'ndcrtirniliiiil. Maater Mgnal I'.liytJiciaii Joul M. Idndtc), IW'nnlngUiii. ITIvatc Ji-eeei J. St.txt, Hydro. WolindM Slightly. Corporal i:nrt K. Ilallard, Vega. I I'rlvato ItolMTt K. lmpnon, llokclilto, Mlwdng In Action. Corporal llerlmrt C. Junta, Hugti. I'rlvatea: (intrgn W'. Ilaker, Tanla ValleT. William II. llanicii, Allnr, Itoy A. Tlicln, ItJ lO-no. Hldnry K Itnrd, Konawa. Henry I. Key. Ulmn. W'llllo K KrIUi. WynnrwtMMl. Virgil K 1'otU, HuIImtL (.coiKC W. I'oiiiiiI", Mimkogi-, Null W. luillal IHil HlHniark. Incur I . i ro kiT, I'iiuIh V alley. Carl lli iiini, okarrhi'. John I I tit. Nirc. Marine ( ore Killed III Action. f. 'dforgr Miirkk'V, Will lama. I lili'il of W ouiiiIh. Sergeant ieirge M. Hunitl'lr, hond sprliign. i--I'rhait.' I until C. Klllnm, ;ntv! 'ltr- FIND WOMAN'S FOOT, BUT NO BODY SEEMS TO MATCH First Aerial Banquet Held on Thanksgiving Over New Mail Field M'Ar.KSTtlt. f Ik la., Nov 2M.--The county iifflclnla of I'lttiihurg I'ounty in- wri'Nlllng with one of the; IdggeHt iiiyterle that ha come i i their uny In iniiiiy a day, due to the j finding of u wuiii.in'H foot. Small , I boy playing In a vacant lot f irxt ! found It. l)og playing with them, j got hold of It and Htarlcil to destroy 1 It wnen a city policeman came .hum i and recovered It. A eanvae of local honplt.il and phVHlcian revealed no Information, and undertaker declare that no Much font h.iM been In their poa sckhIoii. All new luillding exrava llion and finpiy eh.tck are Iwlng ear bed In the hope of finding a further clue tn the mHtery. Theorle advanced are that a rail road mail carried It Into the city after the train had tut It off or that Moiiieone had been murdered and tho doga had uncovered the burying place. However, there I no record of a local dinappeaninc.e, nit the lat ter theory ia not given much crc-dchce. OfriiT-rw to Quit Soon. WANHI.NUTUN. N-'V. 28. demoblllzntlon plana h -e changed mi a to open the way for Immediate rtdurn to civil life of of ficer who wlHhu resign and who can he Hpured from their command. Order were eent hy tl. war de partment today to allow chief of bureau and pott commander tllro t Ing thn acceptance of resignation In uch caNe. Kl.l', I'.KTH, N. .1. Nov. 2L The fi:,t aerial hiinuet in hi.ftory win held today on uu airplane 2.H00 feet above tlm new flying field of the l.nlted Slate ulr mall aeivice here, marking tho Inatl gtiaratlon of the field a the Irr UiiiiiiM of the aerial mull Hcrvicn lielween New Vol, l'hilailclillla and U'.t.shlngton A few mliiuti after tho mail plane, in charge of Max .Miller, left i he Held at 12:10 thiB after noon, a big llainlley-l'aige ma chine i,n. under control nf.t'aiit. K. I:. Wailer of the royal flying foi-ci t. and during a flight of 2J niiniile above the ground, a real 'I'll uikHglviiig dinner wa crved to n.ntt poroiiH. AiiKing the guest were I "apt lienlamln IJ. Lipaner, snpei Intendent of the air mail rvice and Allan II llawley. Au gustus I'ost and other official of the Aero club of Aincr.cn. Speaking of the proposed nation wide extension of the mall service., Captain l.ip.snef eald: "We will have machine which will cttriy a ton and a half of mail and the .lay of freight and par cel post by ii'iplane are coining. " all of TulsTsTngTin thanksgiving praises Pre-eminent in Fine Overcoats for Men and Young Fellows Probably no one thing about this store is so strikingly evident as the pre-eminence of our Overcoat display. Not inj all Oklahoma is there another showing so large, so comprehensive, so complete nor with value so readily apparent; it's a display you'll want to see and that right soon. Double Breasters The double-breasted styles are popular alike with men and young fellows; they're very stylish, very warm, very good looking; we have them in many different models and fabrics ; some with half belts; convertible collars, fur col lars, plain collars; satin, skeleton or fur lined; $30 up. Conservative Styles You'll find tome very clever single-breasted Ptyles here; with half belts or plain backs; extreme or conservative models; velvet or plain collars; you can put a fur collar on any of them; rich new fabrics and shades; you can be sure wc have the right Overcoat for you at $30, $35, $40 and up New Velour Hats The best dressed men appreciate the rich ap pearance of the new Velour Hats here from Stetson, Knox and other good makers; creased crowns, telescopes, diamond crowns; bottle green, gray, brown, black; any price you like. $6.50, $7.50, $10, and up Mufflers Gloves Some men wear mufflers for warmth, others for style, still others wear them to keep their linen spick and span; whatever your reason, know that we have great stocks here of silk, satin and knitted mufflers in very rich de signs at $2 up. You can get any kind of good gloves; dress gloves, auto gauntlets, fur gloves, fur lined gloves; prices start at $2 and range up to $20. l'4 J 1 1 . VV'. 1 fl I'M.' h ,v - k u : . f ? Vi 1 .v,Vt '3 f.v't ll nS'v ifrWS I 1 J; I - A o lis i m y 1 1 r 1 vl II. 1 1" I All theater going Tul waa sing ing yesterday, when, under the dlrec- Armytlon or the llyecnK.i ciun, every l,ren playhouno wa vlKlted and the audi ence WU ICO 111 HOnRS UI lIlUIlltB- Kivlni? and victor)'. The KniprtHi wa thn flret theater vilted it ml the trouhadour gaLhered number and enlhUHlatini a they moved from the Ithtlto to tho dif ferent movie on Main. At the Strand there, were many children and nothing could have been more heituliful than the tone that came from the throats of these younir BOIIRHter. "This roving band" of 40 tlnjrers u.sed four well known melndle. Vome Thou Almighty Kintf," "Keep the Home Fires Hurnlnn," "My Country "Tin of Thee," and, of course, "The Star Spangled Banner." Thi move to make America Ring her grutcfulnets for Thanksgiving ws inaugurated by the national women'd council, and promulgated hy the federate club of the United States, it was somewhat of a sensu tion to sing and know that the rest of 'America was singing the same Hongs at the same time. Jlj rot hers L I ELS TO HOLD SERVICE MEMORY OF DISEASED Annual memorial services nf the n. 1'. O, Klks will be held Sunday afternoon In the lodge room, seven members of the lodge having died during the past year. W. V. S. H.it Jer of Roger. Ark., will deliver the memorial addree. The program Is as follow: Trelude Klk Orchestra Invocation, . Kabul Menkes, chaplain Solo "The Lord la My Light" Mr. H. J. Mugg Ritual exercise Lodge Violin duet. .'. ."Memories of Home" Jack and lien Mcl'hee Annual addreas W. fr 8. Batjer Selection Tom I, Munroe Selection Elk Orchestra Closing ceremonies Ixdge llenedlctlon Rabbi Menkes The ceremony will be held at 3 o'clock and the public is invited to attend. On Main ut f ourth For Men Our stock of these famous Hose is complete an abundance of them here for holiday trade. This year of all years a practical gift like good hose will certainly be appreciated. Men's Lisle Hose, all colors ... .35c; 3 for $1.00 Men's Fiber Hose, all colors . . .35cj 3 for $1.00 Men's Silk Faced Hose, all colors, pair . . . 50c Men's Pure Silk Hosevall colors, pair .... 75c Luxite Hosiery An exceptionally fine Hose. Lisles, Silks and Silk and Lisles, the pair 35c, 50c and 75c Onyx Hosiery for Men In the finest pure silks; full fashioned, perfect fitting Hose that every good dresser appreci ates. Solid colors and fancy two-tone effects $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3 pair We are showing Luxite Hose for women. Pure Silk and Full Fashioned; all colors, pair . .$1.65 This is an excellent value. Holeproof Hose for Boys and Children, pair 40c and 50c This Emblem Is Your Guarantee: jthat wherever displayed by j merchant, manufacturer, job I ber, architect or builder, ther' you win una : Full Value Guaranteed -One Price to All Efficient Service Courtesy and Justice Reliable Merchandise Satisfaction or Your Money Back. CERTIFICATES FOR SUGAR TO STOP ON DECEMBER 1 ( PRISON FOR LIFE . FATE OF M00NEY Continued from page 1 there whs at that t!:ne no occasion for action on my part. I take It that the president was not correctly In formed us to the status of the case." For the first tlmfi since the .Moonev case assumed national Im portance Governor Stephens broke hi silence as to the contents of the two mesMiigeg sent him by I'realdent WI'mm urging clemency for the con demned man. These two messages were minted In the governor's state ment tonight. The f.rsl, which was received on March 27, read as fol low: "The wlhte house, Washington, D. C March 27, 19' . Governor William D. Btephcns, Sacramento, Cal. "With very great respect I take the liberty of naying to you that if you could see your way to commute the sentence of Mooncy It would have a most heartfelt effect upon certain international affaire which his exe cution would greatly complicate. (SlKned) "WOODHOW WILSON." In June the governor received this additional message, the president again urging commutation of sent ence: . "The white heAise. Washington, D. ;.. 3:15 p. in., Juno 4, 1918. "lion. William 1. Stephens, Sacra mento, t'nl. "I beg that you will believe that I am moved only hy a sense of public duty and of consciousness of the i many and complicated interesta in volved when l again must re.spcct fullv suggest a commutation of the death sentence imposed upon Mooney. I would not venture again to call your attention to this case did 1 not know the International signifi cance which attache to it. (Signed) "WtKiDHUW WILSON." DANCE GIVEN MUSKOGEE WARRIORS AT ELKS CLUB Iellghted over the victory over Muskogee yesterday, the high school football team gave a dance to the Muskogee nten last night at the Elks' club. About 250 young people were pres ent anil tho hall was filled to capac it j- with charmliu; mlsse and Inter ested youth, all'hllarloua oyer the prospect of Tu'.sa getting tho state championship. This Is the firfd time In the history of the Tulsa school that a dance ha been given by high school stu dents under faculty supervision. Jap Di'lt'RSto Sail Doc. 10. TnKlti, Wednesday, Nov. 27. llaron N'oboakl Maklno. former fon.vRn minister and member of the privy council, and the other sub ordinate delegates tp. the peace con gress ut Versailles, are expected to sail for France on the battleship Koifgo December 10. The Marquis Xuionji. former prime minister, who i to head the Japanese plenipoten tiaries. Jrobably will delay his de parture to a later date on account of illness. When Ilnbv I Toothing. CillOVKS HAHY HOWKU MEDI CI N li will correct the Stomach and 1, -I ......1,1- T n,-f n.'t I u 1. . ,.. 1 A.... . I0 W e I II "linir. a i i c " in. I MUVO". See directions on the boltltt. WASHINGTON, Nov. 28. Distri bution of sugar under the certificate syftcm will be discontinued Decem ber 1 under an order Issued today by t'ie food administration. In announc ing the order, the administration emphasized that requests for con servation of sugar were In no way modified. Domestic consumers, It was said, will be expected to observe the voluntary ration of four pounds per person a month and public eat ing places will be required . to use only four pounds of sugar for each 90 mels served. K3ISPY CRACKEF Flaky. Dainty Crisp. KSt YOU ISttOCCK f Victory f , Xmas I CHEERthat's the watch word. A cheerful Christmas but not an extravagant one. Give gifts of service and utility gifts that carry cheer. Gifts that bring both are rare. """" OfeM0P brings brightness and cheer to the home. It will make any home brighter,- and cleaner. Therefore more cheerful. Then again the work and money it will save. With the O-Cedar Polish Mop, the work of polish ing floors and woodwork is cut in half. It cleans, dusts and pol ishes all at one time. So give her an O-Cedar Pol ish Mop and v help her eiir f i m m xtr rrf n n A money, she will appre- fix. imit-ti date your thoughtfufness. f fjyf F? S1.00. S1.25 and S1.S0 At AH Dealer CkMMUCttatwlC CUeate Wa bvu Homey Homelike TULSA Homes How many rent receipts will yon ac cumulate In the next five years? Figure now, what the total value of these receipts will be. Then figure what you will have paid to gel them If you continue renting. Pay the house yon rent costs you Jl.onO a year that Is, you pay the landlord that much for the privilege of living there. In five years time your rent will have amounted to 15.000. For thlsr sum, at the present time, you can bnlld a ne-v home In Tulsa Made to Your Order one which In every way you can call your own. Which do you prefer Rent receipts, neatly plied one on top of the other, costing $5,000 but not worth one penny In valuo. Or A Homey Home-like Home, which you can call your own and which will not have cost you any more than the total of your rent for a five year period ? Any of the following firms will 1" glad to consult with you and will deem It a privilege to give you the benefit of their advice and experi ence: BANKS. The Exchange National Hank. American National Pank. AtlCHITrCTS. Hush. Kndacntt A Rush. Alfred C. Fabry, (leorge Winkler. LfMni-K. HiiT-ni'iis' srrrUKS AND PLANING MILKS. Rulltlers' Supply Co. T. .1. Carter. Cobbs Lumber Co. Crews Lumber Co. Davis Lumber Co. Dickason floodman Lumber Co. R. O. Cieck Lumber Co. Ilanna Lumber Co. Hutchison Cabinet & MiU Co. John Planing Mill Co. Ketohum Lumber Co. F. S. Miller Lumber Co. Incnster Lumber Co. Merrill Mlllwork Co. Mlnnetonka Lumber Co., Tulsa. Mlnnetonkot Lumber Co.. W. Tub Neves Lumber Co. l'lrkering Lum'ber Co.. Tlllsa. Pickering Lumber Co., West Tulsa. Rounds Porter Lumber Co. Standard Roofing Co. PLOIMNri AND HEATING. Acme Plumbing Co. V. W. Holmes Plumbing Co. Tulsa numbing Co. Watt Plumbing Co. PAINT AND WALL PAPKB. W T. Brown & Co. Campbell Glass Paint Co. Consumers Paint & Wall Paper Cfc Oklahoma Paint & Wall Paper Home Decorating Co. Plymouth Decorating Co. Reliable Paint & Wall Pnper Co. Tulsa Decorating Co. HARDWARE. Gump & Jones. M. C. Hale Hardware Co. Nichols Hardware Co. ; Southern Hardware Co. Thomas Hardware Co. Tulsa Hardware Co. I C. II. Justice Hardware Co.