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TULSA DAILY. WORLD. SUNDAY. MAHClt SO. 1010.
WORK OF THE NAVAL I
G uarda A n t ipodcH
Welfare Paris
a
PATROL DUKp wmk
-mi luwwtnc PIM1
Alone
Vrf Aenl',,mBDt-
enourancethTonly limit
B""1 1 " . .....L. ami FmOi
Wrl ami i
atr Kultl"
...,n..;T(iX. March
29. -In
... r.H.ril
of Vic
f the recent rnui -
iiry li.' Wilson from duly
, i following nummary was
" . ...i.... i. the nuvv de-
i.
A. . J I.! n- i",luy " .
mim,rnt of ..rUon under his
Iff.lseli
I'l I
.i rui
ur '
.. . ilvi'll
dM mrmi. Annum.
ro m in n J or Hi'
iti Ills l'. K. H. olm-
fUKslnp. Th.s force, cnmi-rw-
..' nrl v&rhtM. Willi
d . April, HI 7. for off--muons
H th WMUTII Al-
, in gain enemy snorna
'.; and raiders. It oh-irged
ii iii . . ,
const of
V. hn.la Ml dUKTCfS
ill r iHiitj -
ulOUlUIX IIIC-.UUII.B "
When. eariy in immii
......umi.l thill fill.
i i...,B!itA nnnarrni mm
IV ' . . .
llll)
rffoil
Wtltl'l ,
to
Dm navy de-
send our vcs
I e.
:if.
.irniV'a
t-nFnliriUI
...... nl derided
iia : l ...
, mere lo :'' i "tTct wiui tne
WMnnn. Accordingly mom uf
t:, wj of the putrol force wimi'
nl aliroa.l to viuwimtowii, Ureal
Md tiihmliar.
Transferred to TYnnsm.
la August. I IT. Admiral Wilson
rut i liidrallar In command of ft
oro of i3 vril worktHK Wlt( thi
BrtUoh I" tb wrulorn apitmactien tu
I6e J4eliUTrani-an. On Novfinbur
1 it 11. he wiui imnnfnrred to Kianca
liid vrteA Oiar Uirouhout th rtt
ir.Ajndfr of Uia nor M coiumaiidor
fnmd iAi naval fora In tTannv
tub ilia V. tt. H. l'romeOMnia aa iilx
Ii wiui founi that although the
rrmcli nAy vrry rnorouly pluci-d
iliii fmulitiM cf llK'ir naval luims at
ur dupoaal, tha facllltli af:-r
itirea yriiri of war were Inadequate,
ntn for til Yoiu h navy. Tina wm
briu 111 114 Hi navy yarda wr
lOtiirrlrd Into inunltloii Vilanls. A
i cyult tlu'y lu' kd mechaiiica and
raiiiim toout werti worn out. It
,1-frefore nciwuary to provide
nDle fiuMlltlfa alunic the r'renrh
io.iit fur tukmg cam of AruorUan
The American forca waa Kradually
Igrrnucil to a total of 70 veaaelM, ln
rludinir SS deairoynrs. Naval rcpulr
ind nipply Itanca wera eaialilmlied at
Emu Ixiriont and Uochrfort. iel
uil umkn of 2H.0UO tonn capacity
fr built at llrcut, and tunka of
10. "01 torn c;i.irity wero lieina
rwlrj nt l.orlcnt, I'allire and In
Din vi.'.nity of Hordeaux. Thean were
nf(firy because nearly all the de.
wriri nd muny of the new troop.
. unit ioro Mpa wore oil burn
tn. Arraiifcciiieiiia have been niudo
lur Hib a.i.0 of all theae tanks to
til Krmch at corL
HaUTwurka lnllc.
It aa foun.i niM'eMHary lo provide
nuppiy of fnwti water at Ureal ami
wairi)rk wiie acuordliiKly in
lU.ifd thp wurk of cimeirucuon be
M done bv I nited Htutoa army en
pii'ern. Naval himpltula WBr rs.
ii!.lli..,l at llroat. ijrienl and
Bjirdeaux. In a plcturetnua old
rhdleau overlnoklnK the harbor of
Hint, Kim of whoeo walls date
'rum Die tim of the Phoenicians,
nyrwks were provjiled for 2 fiUU
i-n. Naval port offlrea, whose
Unctions were io asalet and expedite
inoveaieiits of American ahlp-Hf-f.
Were established ai Cher
t, liarve. Hreeu Ixirlent, HI.
JMirc Itocbeforu 1A pj lairs,
!ii, I'auil.ac. Hordeaux, KL Jea.li
Un and Jlursefileii.
AirUe.v.""; n1 wrecking
untai tied at j:re.,t for the purpose
luting d,unaged veasela Two
u7.,r "V"K1 under pur
Th. w. , "I1 l"hl8 -"---umuiiee.
miiW"d"'10- 'od.yed 315
h, " poTt abandoned by
ZltZ '" ,U1 Tparently sinking
uch,ans l'-,M- My (co..ver.e,l
? .b0'4r-''lJ r. raised steam
IN in i . 'M,rl """"ten
uuT' ,':r"ca"l' 'ng nnorly
o Lni. VSr"""'"lK. "truck by
11 Wasil. Wlia ln...l .n
MRr11'!!0t.,,r,Wt l'y ,wo Amerlciji.
a K.U nd "i" Pencil tug. It
.ve,, lat she was 1h.nn I,
11 'wo torpedoes.
Aviation Motion Itullt.
enLe'i ,nk"1 arcomplish-
Ucniakiel J5 Javal a'lon "ia
IWWMn th," ,'r,nu'h Those
ZTn 1 ,""re
iW '? "lloV"" at 'llon. An
Whacen a-,",l,,V "Jirt repair Kase
S river ,'aUl"'i0 " "-
"7yla.nL"M "'""" 'or train
14 sV.? WJ' built at Montchlc.
"I men .'n't Wr
Bonn,. 'lhn period of 10
A tflenl, . .
rn,h , ...f.'.'r. ",0. nvv along the
Mnnr.:. . '.,"v ,n, "'Kill
III!
tin. V
Tk.. , . ' ",lu 'r
'oH linn vert IV..
niiios Of pol
"ona.
un of
ft..! I.!!!..'""" force
(rated i 1 . ,iv" '"T Ponl"
WoteriL. y. ,'"'orl- These vessels
'i,. ' r,,nvo-n rnriinlnin
and
10
,,("n 20 i,, i,i . """iiinpf ofii
wi v. . ' '"rough roat
and
"re re , ;,,.V!rr,,,,,- The Ions,
,s Ameri ' 'mn,- A frce or
c'PUin T ,.n"n" "weepers under
l" nil. . ' 'Wuder, V
" th y' on Orient,
""Hi" iipproaches to k. v.
.m.Zr.'.,J.h?'' hrdou."
?""lMon fr7. ... ...Wl'.n. Varm
yac hts J ' '''""royers
tore 'f "af,,furded tl.s
""ouch "id store
th i,,r -"""lie rune, me.
for. "nips well at
,.iry ontereit ik.
L'nlted
kent
N'axnlre
duty
coru-
The
and
pas-
shlps
t-
eea
"lird. g , 9 nP'y blp
erous
P.Hw. VnTOT wv,
r 1. i, ,,,,lm"ry 1. and Novem-
oinv,,,..
were esrorlnil
con-
riiontli.
of
tig
of
: Pr , ?.r:'.' of nlul one
'-otect, ' ,';".T.'',''r
rpins- .ot . 1,1 ' "mount
! v.. ' 'hat the es. nrtlnu
!"ir'n-lr.. ' " 10 r limit
'Tun ."'""'dless of wealh-
. , ru I con.. ... I.
voitnui llfj
1.
4
Kir iu llowr.nl.
A tif ruliiiiiti look tt Hir l 'inir
llovvanl. thi'ir now primiir, to w.in h
Ihclr lnti-M"(H at lh pi'.H'' rnnfiT
nco. 'Ilu' phutn Is a r" tn( n h f
jttvrn tli nfflrorn run! mn. f thin
f on . for t hi'ir i h !' fill ami -f I h i-M t
pt i forth. nt or itirilrult ;iii. in
nt vwuH duty uinttT roiiiiitinns w lit h
frHijrritly liivi Immo. iuot tiviun,"
mud Atlniir.il WtlHttn. ' Ki'ica i l l"H
(if Wf iithcr t hv havt th-vit f i
in their Mii'ill viels to mm if -im-h(Hi
wth u troop convoy at tno ap
pointed 1 1 in I and place Thev ha
their t'(U;tlM m no utht-r nu. ' j
AIM OF CAR BUILDERS IS I
SEEN IN COLE AERO EIGHT
The chief iiini nr bnil'lers of the I
motor car, eliice the d iy when the J
utility of the uutomiiMIe was estuli.
llHhed. Iris been to Inn cane it niiiK''
Ol pllH.S,tl'S.
'i'hroiigh the year eVcrv mum: fu--tur.
r h is i iuii enl r itr.l IiIk eneigles
on pet I -i t Inif a car which r"
over the toad with the least n sIm
mice, with maximum comfort and
greater economy.
The liilriiilin lion of nerntio,. en
gineering and di'HiKiiIng perhaps has
dorm more toward the ilt.niiinent of
that end than any olher one nlep.
It I universally admitted thai nero
typo construction, such as Is found
In the Cole. Aero ljght. eliminates
more efficiently those elements of
resistance winch stood In the way
of motor car performance than any
feature of automobile manufacture
brought forth In a decade.
Many principles involved In the
construction or aeroplanes are fouiij
In the t'ole Aerp Kighi. The finnsl
of -this car, throngh the perfect hal.
ance and co-ordination pf parts no.
tjompllshes the same results us that
of the alr-eTaft. It js light, sirons
and flexible. The bulky weight is
piaceu in tne cauier allowing the side
memlwrs of the frame to serve us
shock-absorbing elements. As
measure of extra precaution and
comrort shock nbeorbers are atund
ard equipnfrrit on this car.
Villa lirailrr.
3VAU7., March 24 An American
rertoVni of Ihe Mexican ,i,nnon
colonies arriving here today report
ed to Amerieun t.'onsiil 1 k.w that Ihe
killing or Martin lsprx. Villa's sec
ond In command, nt Hie battle or llo.
flUlll.i del Maripii'sote Inst Wednes
day wss generally m-repie,) ns a fuel
throughout the .Mormon colonies.
flnigtmy, much of which formerly
wa 1r.-el.-MS, hns planted more than
17.000,000 f'.reert tre.w within a few
ycera.
A new mnrhlne nutomnllcallv
rrrenmiros HblMitm .ir oilier nirrniv
fabrl.i by yn.rln nod inches and
computes their pilc.n.
For Piles
Hew Today for Free Trial ef Prra.
said I'lle Trrllnrlt mm tin
Ileal llasBlaraa.
Tf voo sufTerso badly you can't wslt
for the free trial k.i a to cent box
ot I r mil 111 i'liu XrcftUliciit at the
nearest drug store. Take no euh-
tltute. Th.i quick relief hns been
a wonderful bl.selni! to a host or
people who had itihlnr. M'edlng
snd protruding pll.-s, hemorrhoids
and such rectal troubles, isjil't delay.
FREE SAMTLE COl'POiN
rTEAktin pgrri rfiVpiNY.
5,Jl';niul,l llt.tfc-.. tUrntiill. Mlrt.
Kliellr een't ete yres mfle mt
ryimsu4 FU Tnatafeat, tu plsla wrteeer.
Nsw.M
tract
City Ktste ,v
1 Uni Mrself ol TabertJlosIs"
to Penndi
Wry
tll.
1'uuutU
rest snrfrl
from k Uinl
t..rrjx
fllMed wllk
rkroni iih
tMniM r4 IhUl
remsrkst.lt kie-
oi s druf
sffllrt4
witk Tuiirvale
., Wl e.l-'l
monlei en ylilm
Brit isekiec
ftmti t tiesllh
l, i..h liM lllip'f
treeUWMl any
enuKti reeled, lr
lnrel iiefet.n mmf
find O'O'I re'lt
In m tweie treat
ment Mtklnc
lrent; stiyoni
tear u II vieler
ij,n direcU'.ea.
aK iwn-l naine
and act-In en
(.oeKanl lo A I.
(.n t sr.. . l
Capllal rrp.l
I' I'll. Ciuciuasl
lllua
SWI'p Iff mi w 1 i,
. i ..
CinW IVW, ibc hiMiM ol ILuipiaiMiJur
Clothes That Express Individuality
THE outstanding fact about clothes
is that they tell a powerful lot about
the man who wears them. People take
it for granted that a man's clothes are at
least an expression of his individuality.
i
Reflecting Spirit That makes clothes
and Individuality an important mat-
ter in any man's
life particularly the young man who
still has his dent to make.
A young man today has a great deal to
live up to. Youth found itself in the War
found that it is the greatest living force
in the world.
If clothes are to express the present-day
young American, something of this FEEL
has got to get into the clothes.
That is just what the designers for The
HOUSE 01? KUPPENIIEIMER have
done in their authoritative Styles for
Spring.
In short, clothes in Jn Tune With
tune with the times tjte Titties
the Keynote of
Kuppenheimer Clothes success, season
in and season out. And back of style
and fitto make them last the old '
reliablcKuppenheimer standbys: quality
fabrics and fine tailoring.
Your Kuppenheimer dealer haa the thing
you are looking for. Fabrics that have life. t
Style that reflects the buoyancy and vim
of the young man looking the world con
fidently in the face. Design that sets off
the grace and strength developed by the
training camp and battlefield.
It's not what clothes cost, but the service
you get out of them that counts. Good
clothes are always the cheapest in the
long run.
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CHICAGO U S,A. .
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