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TULSA DAILY WOULD. SUNDAY, APRIL '20, 1010.
5 INDUSTRIAL BOARD PROBES FOOD PRICES ..., Will 1 MsuIp '" (,kS I h MuiiuftMturrrw. WILL CONTINUE ITS LABOR WiI-..m li lcrniii 1 InHTvrvliM nn l,-,nUiiK That sain-lhii It t.lvoii lo Keep oil W llli Work. If" p.ri' prl Un tie? U' ' 1 . Ii WA.-'IIIN'iTD.N', April 19. -Meni- i i in department f coin- ,. , Itid'HCrliit'oard Indicated tn. ;,.,! dm ho.iul would ret-inie Its ri.il'ilizitilii program without i.i; f..r seitleiniiiil ti f il.Ifi rciicc. i j , .- luilio.iu aumiiiiairiiimn over i,m i it It Hiix wiliI that mi inii'ti . iff mi I would bo made Id rriluie ,,..-, uf fund and olhi r" rnn-ene;. I I (-.hi ilt ii t llson n ('ulilcgrum ., rrury Ufrff Iflil was Interpreted ii,, hoard mi-iiiuci us iiuthnrlz U,i' hoard lo continue us acn'l- lin Mi. li'ilrii'l.l itiuini'H in miimi U,kl"ii lolilfclll fluni .New liimland. jl was l-xpn ted llidl conferences be titi'in lliu board unit Hi" iiiiiru.nl a In. migration leprosentiitiPv wlf j,,. ,,,,imcd Monday, uUIiimikIi H irgaiiiid prolniblii Hint no U(i i-oni'-nt tv .. I In! rnujo i-ffm'Uve until Mr. ji.ih-.i mtuinod f i im Ills western tr.p (if'i' oils said today before the run lruiersi I I ti thi railroad nil mm ,.i-tti"ii. Hi"' board had mil only (,.,, (OIlfelcllieH With Other Indus- -:rt ,imlui liiK raw materials, tint , lul l taken vigorous meps in Mii'K about a li'duuliuu In I In? coal ll( living. Iii this connection II vm said tliat the hoard hid been active In urging cli.ir defined administration ol tin, wlortt appropriation lull to lb rod Hi.it people could purchase i,..ii products ut a reasonable cost .IIi tin Koierliinent taking tlin loss hi, the (inference between the guar-ii',.- prlii! and tl liurmal market I""1' Members of the leiord. It nn Slid n nlv have held conferences In New Voik mid chk-ago Willi inunufac Hirers uf fund iirniliicta nnd U U un drrhiiioil tliut nnino of th- miiniifiii: tuiiri havo liledji-il thHiimclve not tn i iko nndiin ndviinliiKi' of th m il'd dntnnnd f"r fuoj to makfi ut'Mormnl profllrt. ('(iinrpficcn have horn Mrt fd wi'li rrirpnental 1 f th" textile riaMi.fai tiirorn and imHiimnrcii liav Ifcn Kivfn tiy tliPin that tnl IndtiH t is In nyinpnthv Hh thit policy uf l!m ticard to liiildntc wr prirm t rapidly an piiMlbliv NcKotliitn'im .'.I rr ularli'il with Ihomho H,aniifartnMri and rnMnbi-nt of thr boa rj cxpoct to roaiim thom aoon NTy Not In Oinlrrt. WASHINGTON. April 1 J. Thr navy will follow Iho conrsn nf the wur di'partini'nt and di-elln th In vitation of tti Aero ('lull of Amer ica lo participate In lhi 1'iilltzrr t-npliy routPNt.t to bp held In At lantic City. Thw announcement wu niiil" today In n letter lo Henator KletchPr of Klorld.i from AHSimant JtKriiary liooiievelt, who auld that after conferBncea with war depnrt n ent official tt had been decided tn.it II would be "impracticable I'd ln:u1vlsat)le for tho navy to jiar-l.-taitt. Ixulh liit liMTpautra. I'M:!. April 19. The ilc.nli lint Ii the i.illroad wreck at Crime, lioriliHcm of liPniana on Thtimday, i4 iiiimnled to A3. Includluir 16 Anieri'-ana, Korly fivp pernona wero Injured tn I lie aiiiuMi of the tralim, winch wan caueed w hen an American train duxhcil Into a Kronen trnop train. Aiiioiik the dead Is a 10-year-0,1 1'rench boy who had been adopted an a iii.ihcoi by American loidiern. Strlkp llrrakpr llllndctt I'tlKi i, WediiiiKdity. April 1 Tlirean were made recently by ter r"r.y to throw vitriol on all iitrike iTi-kcrs a.M they n-re leaving their "rk and Iho official commtinhiua '("lav. tlialiiiK with the current di i.rd. it repriria Iwfi cuacs of vitriol thr.m:nK on TiH-aday, one man being !"t.ii!y blinded. MAIL CARRIER GAINS 25 POUNDS Hakes Twenty-six Mile Trip Kvory Day Without Tiring Feels Like New Man. "V'i, lr, lt'a n ponillvo f.ict, 1 K.ilnej twenty-flvn ponndn In uli! and havp been benefited no mu. ti that I think It la time for m talk Tanluc for (he benefit of oth er" This etalement wan made by J W. Mcllaih of 242 1'oplar alreel, 'KLihotna city, fikla.. while diactitn. I'i lila cne with a Tanlac repre tita:ive ii f,.w day airo. Mr. Mr Jtatli ban been pnatman on 11. I". 1. f" .' fur the pant eleven yearn and Jiiany of dm Rood frlend.t aro anionic 'he pc.de he dally nerve. . 'T'lri-B years aicu," i (intinued Mr '"raih, 'i rn-Kan to weaken from ''' wm tt.ll to be iinp.iverlKheil '""! and l cuniiiiiicl in griMluully t" down My nppiinio w.ia veiy poor "d what 1 would eat eeeined to give " no tionrlKhment. 1 l.wt wciKht un '' I f.l off dome, thirty pound and " V wln.ln HB;em K"t In a terrllile ,"' ln 'ondllion. I waa weak debilitatpd nenerally and eo le-A-ous 1 rould hardly Bleep at all. worried and down hearted and Jim; about out of rornmlwHlon In '"-v w:iy wnrl , (,)0,lf(J , , l',;l,. ' , ',y'"r readlnir aonje tewtlmonlalfi 1 pnperi flven by penple I knew " Hie Nlinia nil Un .!.! I.. ..I. . Mini in n. Miutri i in t 1 be;an to build up My appe-""-Hi relume ( tl,rrr. ' eat aa henrtv an unvi.,wu. i.... Wan u i? 1 .i1V" "lnr m trouble, in, h"" 1 p:,w Timlnc wa do. w i ,,'"'"1 1.l,"pt Ulki" " 1 k. i u""'' hotllen and fee a uV" man I .leep an aound aa ;7rv V"- riiiike my twenty f.. ",ln'N fvrry hd never !,; , A' ' "''. I Imve gained re., " r",:,n"-' " "o lad - verj V ,,,,, 7Mr ,. Royal Prince h Actually at Work I Pcrnhihg's Oicn Hand Returns Home to Aid Victory Loan Drive SKW YOltK. April IS - c.einTat VeiNliinKH own In .idiinartci n and "the pride of tile A. I'.. I' ' UMli posi d nf till f fleet M uinl I I' I men. all recruited from ciitnlint iroop-4 after the lit mo.; ice w.i.-i ik'lied, mined here tod. iv ulnoid the Iratiepoit ou Steiiien In in plie e;u at lioniee with en UiiihIiiniii for the Vlclot loan. They have played bef l( I'leHident Wiimhi. Kiiijr Albert of lielmum Ulld K I llli (ieorKe of tVllllind, a it. I le.id the Anieriran forcea when tiny inari'lied Into Ml ('iiplun' Mi-lkc la-uiliTs. Ily Tl. Admrialrd I'rem lli;i(l.l.. Wednesday. April it. -'iovertiiiieiit troop" on Tm'nday mil rounded and captured 400 p'nkc IcadeiM In Hie llohr reulnii who li.nl left lMen to hold a eecret miriini; lit the uelKhboiliiK town of Wardei becauee prindamailon of martial Itw preenie a meetiinc in Kkmi-u. M.iiiv of Hie Htrikera who iitleiiiptiil to encape were wounded by the fire of the troops 1'rluiw AltxTl. 'or what In probably the firnt time In hiatory. u meniber of the Knnlinh royal family In d'onn roiiiine work in a Kuveniment office. I'rlncp Al bert in now criK.ac.ed In work In the office of I lie uir iiiiulKtry. THIRTY-FIFTH LEADES REPLIES TO GOV. ALLEN NKW THHK, April 19 ilenernl lterry. whone homo m In Corning, N. V., and who for 4U yearn haa beeu an officer In the regular army. In HpeukinK ntiout tlio recently puh llehed criticism by tiov. Henry J. Allen of Kaueaa that the troopn of the 3jUi dlvbilon had nuffnred un uruially heavy caxualtlen In compari son wllh other division", aald: "If Governor Allen In crlllclnlnK the action of the officern of the 3Mh dlvlaion ha la criticising- the plum of Murnhal Koch. if Co'iree, Gov ernor Allen can criticise If h wlnhe lo, but we almply obeyed our orderjL and belna aaalKned tn altaoK TTuil Hlndenhurir line at Houdul we iit tacked It and took it ami In addi tion advanced 16 kilometers beyond. We learned that thin bill was de fended by three divinionn of the I'ruiwlan irtiiird", or at leant the bel ter part of three dlvinlonn, and while the cont In men waa very hlKh, It wan not hlrh when you conalder what we accomplished." ' Imfceor Tlioinixton Pico. TIIOY, N. Y.. April 19 rrof. Dwlnal V. Thompson, prealdent emeritus of tho rennselaer I'oly terhnle Institute, died thin niornlnK after a lonK Illness, lie wan born In ItunKor, Maine, and was graduated from Darlniouth In 1869. 1'rofcasor Thompson edited aud Illunlraled Hev. eral text hooka and waa an author ity on Indian rein. ltix llbi lliniuna Crllli Ism. WAKIIIVGTli.V, April : II -I'ormer Senator ThoinpHon uf Kan s.ih rciiiied today an open' letter from I'rtnldenl I'orr.iji of I'an.iina, denounciiiK unwarranted xiatc- menta made In ll letter Inserted by Iho senator In the CoiiKrcnsion.il Itecord at the lout neK.sioii ftotn llrlk- Gen. It M. Ulalcliford, enin mandliiK Kenernl of ih can.il one, and a elatement by Major Wells. JudKo luHocHln Kenernl, crltlciilnie muni condliloiiMi in the zone and In the cities of 1'aiiiittiii and Colon. TULSAN PAYS BIG ) SUM FOR orchard; 1 .1-'" I'N W i HiTII, K'.iti i. April 1 'J I ;. 1 1 i IeorKe, an oil in in of Tnlmi. I'kl.v. has InniKhl the biK MimhouiI Valley urchaid cornpinv farm. compr:Mii mui ncrei of land In the nniiihern o.iit nf tl.m county, Th- ,t n ,. p. ud w an I MO.oUii. The Mi-rnurl illey on haul (inpaiiy farm is cni-ldi red one cf the fiiiont. .In thin pnt of Kaunas. I 'f tin- Sou actrs liOU lire pl iiilid in an ai'ple ori hard Bolshevist Forces Severely Defeated Along All Fronts AIICII N 1 I I .. Friday. April 1 KiisMaii nn, I Mrllmli forces rarlv Imlav occiiiied the vlllllK'n of llnlnhie iietkl ulld me puts'iini; llie ln.li.hel ll. I an Ihev flee soilthwild ou r roads kme deep In lev Hluih, toward the nemv has" on tint Oli'Koda railway at I 'b itesk) a. i.GNlHiN, April 19 A retire merit ii I ' ' 1 1 1: virtually all of ilo ftont In eastern luisnia Isadinltted In the soviet iroi ei niuent In a wire less in' "sane ,,ile, April lb and re ceived here tnilav In a suecowKf ul iiiliick Thursd iv by lliissuin troops iiitindied t" I h iillie.l f"' i s opera'liiK on Hie Mur mansk lalliv.'iv south of Kein. the allied farces Kaln'-d complide con trol of Ijike Ikomi i ii and th' main mud north to th" W hile sea, accordlni; to nn official statement from the 1 '. 1 1 ( I )i war office tod.il The bolshcilkl wero ililveit I.' ml lea southward. LMJ "mm A WAR-TIME ILL THATS SPREADING HUNTS SALVE CURES IT! B KKH In the war trenchea of Kurope, a waye of ordinary ITCH In apreadltiR ovnc (lie coun try. Thin akin disease, history show a. him always preralled, followltiK wars and the concentration of arm lea. It wan common durlOK the Civil War and following that conflict, 'there waa an ep4lerulc of the Itch alter the Hpamnh-American War. Now tory la rpppaUng latlf after the areat Kuropciau iriifjrrnr Keurned saddtcra and those with whom they come In contact will find a recoirrilied remedy -for the Itoti In Hunt a Halve, commonly known aa "Hunt Itch Cure " Miuiy a veteran of the lata "0'n will tcatlfy to Its merln. If directum are followed H I 'NT'S RAI.Vf! will prove a never falllnar euro for all form of the Itch, and your druu'Kinl will tell you no. He selbl HUNT'S HAI.VK under a strict ruarantee to refund the pur chase price to any diaaullufied user. A Mad ford, Oklahoma, man, among; thousand whs prates HirNT8 RAI.VK. sajra: "Borne ropl dislike to call ft the Itch, bat candor compels me to ad -mlt I had It badly. Your Hunt's Halv. however, cured me after many other remedies had totally failed. One box ootnpletod the cur-4h first apllration aforded wondVrful relief. My advloe to those who have to scratch. Is to us Hunt's Halve " Hunt's beJve la eapeflally cornpoundml for the treatment of Itch, Rcawma, Ringworm, Teiter and other ftchlne; skin dlnaaea and la sold ofi our guar ante by all reliable drug stores, or It will be sent dlreart by mall If yeur tocsvl drugaMt ranuot supply, l'rlre Tftc per box. A. . RICUAilDS EDICIN COMI'ANT. INC. HHBRlLaVN. TKJLaJ W mSM DOR Weak, run-dfTWTi, tired, lifttlefls men cannot compete in the race to win in the work of the world. Yon must be strong, TirOe, ene rgetic physical!' fit and well, able to take your place, to do yoor part Yoa look as yon feel, and appearance is everything. Big men of affairs demand employes who are fully up to the mark. Workers must be able to deliver one hundred per cent effi cient Take RICH TONE and Be Efficient KflVHpnrr romps of weJI bpff you ran't bp pfficipnt uiiIpm yo fpl efflciPTrt. RICH TONK makes mrn efBripnt bocauwp it aid in rtiakinr thpm welf. RICH TONK. TTIE FAMOUS TOXIC, was rrrwirnbpil by a well known jhyicin at his own hprtlth reaort- 0 advocabed rvt. mod food, plpnty of ilirt) md a tonic. Ry thm treatnierit be cnprgiaed bin pat.ip.nu. TJiia trpatmpnt rna he yours rijjht at horn. YOU ran be OTPrflowine; with pncrry, Yrm can have buoyant iprrits born of health and itrrrsrth and rtrflity. You ra no to your work with k love of the task before you. You can arcomiiliah it with the leant of effort TAKE RICIT TONK and aid nature; in her effort to enerjfiie yuu; be well to winl At ail drtyrjfists $1.00 per botti. The A. B, Richards Medicine Ca, Sherman, Tex. 11 Roy Getman 113 South Main Street TULSA OKLAHOMA 5 5 5 S w s 5 Soaps and Toilet Requisites a Sale at Vandevers A soiling event destined to meet the popular demand, for it i.s timely ritfht at the beginning of the surnmvr season, when toilet retjuisites are so much in demand all Soaps, Toilet Requisites, lirushes Ami Parisian Ivory Are To He Sold At Radically Reduced Prices These prices will be in force all of next week. Most things are here in liberal quantities, but an unusual demand is anticipated, so it's best to COMK MONDAY. Jb Fine Toilet and p Bath Soaps C Cake .... J Inclutlinp; Palmolivo, Koso Hath, Royal Palm, Jap Hour, Almontl Coco, Kirk'a Hnrdwatrr CaHtile, Kirk's I?ath Tablet, Kirk'a Olive Oil Castile, Jcr Ren's Violette Glycerine, Jergen's Hath Tablets, Kirk'8 Cologne Houquet and Creme Oil. Beautiful Parisian Ivory, Choice 1 W Popular Advertised Brands of Soaps Reduced for This Sale liiirram's Milkweed Hoap Caehniero lloudlli't ..... Itenlnnl Hoap , Tear's (llycerlns Hoap ... Hiiyinun's Houp Ivory Hoap 1-siry Hoap tlrandpa Tar Hoap lava Houp ..t ............... . Hcotch Tona Houp JO-Mule Team Jtorax . ... ..-r.... Uooii Glycerin. Hoap .90o .lo lo . . i oo .a. an ..ItVo ..J0O .loo .10) Parisian Ivory Articles 98 Mirror", manicure ncirworn, clothen bruHhes, Rhaving mirrors, hat bruflhea, Jewel boxes, manlcnr wti, perfume bottle holders, military brushes, picture frames, hair receivers, powder boxeB, hair brushes, nail buffers, large trays, pin cushions; values up to $3. Choose from the lot at 98c Red Foxwood Hair Brushes, Special.. flood quality stiff hrlntlea; hand drawn, bamboo set; r.ftilarly It. $1.69 Children's Tooth Brushes Hon and transparent bandies; (to4 drawn bristles. 15c Adults Tooth Brushes, lO Special . . . . i . . . i . . . . IOC Various hygienic shapes; serrated bristles of Kond Quality; bone and transparent liandlea; regularly to Sic Clothes Brushes, AO Special fL.UO Good, lonir. Mack bristles; nice site; regularly 2d0. finar)nla rprtiimcsij all SIM) odors j t- fQ OUIHB J)XJ Th. following odors violet, while rose, Illy of the valley and white lilac. All are Imported odor Pullman Style Hair fJQp Brushes, Special lOt ' Holld back; flva row wtift tfraara bristles; buns set; regulaiiy It, Ebony Hair Brushes, HQ Special I Oi 1 1 rows of good whit, bristles; ban 4 drawn, boos set; rarularty 1, 25c Talcums and OtrreY Toilet Aids 18c for $1 Toilet Water and Face 50c Toilet Preparations of Preparations Every Kind 'r78c ""38c Read the Hat Mentholatum for I So Araolln Deodorant I'owder ....JSe) i'eroild. - ... ....II Powder Puff ........... ..a..lSW Jergen's Talcums; these odors: Ylo let, rose, eutrmka and lilac .....ISw Melha, Hone llahy, Ixive-M and i'lney Wood; choice ...... IS. Mavis Talcum .. ,a.... . .. ...ISo Hijulhhn Tiilcumn r -r .. .tse rompeinn Massage Cream 78c Ingram's Milkweed ('roam 78c Hind's Honey and Almond Cream 78c Lavoris 78c Listerine 78c Bay Bum 78c ' tiuininc Hair Tonic 78c (J. T. No Hair Ilemover . . .78c The following odors of Toilet Waters: Wisteria, Love -Me, Honeysuckle, Violette . .. ,78c Hughes lr4al Hair Brushes 78c ?1 Tulsa Blossom Perfume, ounce 49c New dea and Ladies' Home Journal Patterns for May are here. Visit the new Pattern Pept., conveniently located on second floor. Pond' Cold Cream Pond Vanishing; Cream .. Rtlllrnan's I'reckle Cream . Hind's Honey and Almond ( Pnrnpelitn I my t "renin . . . . Pompelan NlKht Cream ... Hempre Govlne Creum Inirrum'H Milkweed ("renin Melha CleanslllK Creai Melha Hkln Cieiim l'ehecco Tooth 1'a.ite 1'epsodeiit Tooth 1'iHte .... liivorls I.lsterlne Menthol iltim Noiispl I leod'iriint itdnronn t nni hro Shump'.o ....... Mnlsified Sh.in iioo ColK.ite n Week-Knd 1'iu km Melha 1 ace Powder .. . .50 8Sn . . . .SHo am SHc . . . .ilHc . . ..SHii . . . . 3M . . SHo . . . .3H' . . . . 3 Mo 3 Me Mir. . . . ItHr . . . :tHr . . . ..IH." . . . . nn.- . :IHi . . . . :tHo . .. 3Ho . . . SHc 3HO Wood wort h'n Talcums Vaseline, medicated a follow: Mais tholntod, ciimphoiuled, capsicum, bo rated, eucalyptol, camphor tee and white ISO Pond's Cold Cream , , . 1 "Tost 1 1 la H.ind lotion , ,,,,., . Woodbury's racial C'ree.m ' Hind's Vanishing Cream . 1 So Hind' Cold Cream . . . ...... ISO HVK'I" CiiHcle Hemover .. ... .... lq Hyk'l'i Nail White IHo llyulu Nail Polish . . ...a......H.lo Henreeo Tooth I'lLStn ,.......lHo Williams Tooth I'.ieln . ISo r:itnn Tooth I'ns'e ..............ISo l.yon'n T-o'h powder ........... I Ho' i "oli;;i ' c's Tooth Powder - , , . . 1 Ho Uiiodhury I ace Powder .........IHo Mi dhullne l iu;n I'owder ......... t Ho In.r.i Plro l-aer powder . . . ...... I o Tooih Mruhhea ............. . 1 Ho l.lpsllckH . . . .......... ......... IHo Piulte IK'U; M.IH1 Uqilld ItOUKO .ISO Hemstitching and Picoting V Dono by an export at reasonable charges balcony.