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The Morning Tulsa daily world. [volume] (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, April 26, 1919, FINAL Edition 4 o'clock A.M., Image 2

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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, APRIL 2(5, 1019
. 1 t- '
AMERICANS DISSENT j
ON WAR PUNISHMENT
SIXTH EXPEDITION BEGUN
VALLEY IN NORTH ALASKA
Queen of llelgium
Honors 11, S. Woman
V A HI 1 1 ';T IN', Ajull - Word
w ,ih riHcKcii h 'lit- atl'iii (iro.
(Yintmri Huil Mo lfgnl Tribunal Ian
lie IXwrnen for Trial Ajulnnt to.'
lailng 1mm of Humanity
Miiphlc xnclily llii' 1 1 in elllh eipe-
1 1 1 j hi nf iii ptoi'lett, heeded hy
1'iof lindeit f. litn, lo explore
the fiiiiuiun valley nf Ten Tlinummd
Kninken tin (iirlved .i' Kodiak
loinn.l AlnHk.i, iippuhitf iho len
NlCl' Vlll' .llhll llM H tllllllll M'Mllll
K 4 I llllll
l.ffcilH l lii imi ln tn ilrlerminn
uliiili'i lli'lliim. ihe linn infiiiin-
iiiible ant vtliii h in nxpri'leil tu irvn
Ullliinlr.i' Hie ef-.etlCe nf tin I luunllitf
NO EXCHANGES
NO REFUNDS
. No C. O. D.'s in This Sale
NO EXCHANGES
NO REFUNDS
No C. O. D.'s in This Sale
MILITARY OPEN TO HEARING
i
if fewer foinmlltxl AgalnM Itnlo
if Warfare May Im Itmtight Ivr.
foro National Trlbiiiuil.
li t Tit Auoriend TrM.
I'AUIH, April It )mn become
hiicwn that the Ainenrun d'lf .i n-
have been unable In Hiiree to rrrliun
portion nt llii report adopted ly l lit
majority n( the rnrunilftainii on ic
eponalhlllly for tha war. An prmriil
I In tho council of font the irpnrl
i tiiitain a memorandum ni Un
ion h the Amcilcan rewrvallona
Tha Airierliana objected Ii Ihe
rtrlnrlplar thai persona acciiNed nf
c.ffeinea asaiiint tha "law i . f liuiniin
I V kliould Pit nli)" Im In criminal
pi onecu I Inn, contending- that (he hiwn
and principle of Immunity cnnatl
tn'o a atandard uncertain In ha rlijhl -
y applleil In lrel irm rpdlm
Thai heade of atatre should be
liable In criminal prosecution for
breach of positive law waa another
pnint In which thv failed to an-
wlill IIim majority, "t he American be. I
lief In thin reaped waa Hint the
raaenc of snverlfnly Ilea In the fad
I hat a head of a elate la responsible
for hla legal act to people from
whom he derive tile power and not
to any fcrelrn sovereignty. This
wan not applied to the head of a
atate who ha abdicated. Any pro
ceedlnn arslnst mull pcrenn would
he aratnat an Individual no lonacr
embodying the sovereignty of a alate
nor dne It apply to political offenses
committed hr a head nf a etat which
may If deemed expedient he mad
the subject of Judicial nlnn and
punishment.
.Holding these vlewa. the American
delegate were therefore unable to
concur In tha recommendation for
the establishment nf a hlith tribunal
and i prpaerutlnt commission fWr
the trial of criminal oaaws aa advo
cated by tha committee. Thar pro.
poaed that Instead an International
commlltee of Inquiry be created tn
conalder tha relative culpability of
tha aulhora of tha War aa wall aa
their culpability aa tn violation of
tha law and ruatoma of war' en
that enemy persons aooueed nf three
latter offtnaea ahould he tried by
military tribunal! or oommlealnh al
ready existing or to he treated In
different counlrlea. Each of the Irl-
unal will have Jurisdiction when
i TJha offenses waa committed on the
Territory of tha nation or against Ita
property or national. In the raae
of effsnaaa by tha enemy affecting
0 mora than out country these national
cotirta mtht unit to. form on
mlitd tribunal
8
Rale Manacnr lUttarna,
C. A. Brooke, aalee nianater tor
tha Monarch Cement company at
Mumbolt, Kantaa. who haa been In
Tutaa aevoral daya aa tha tiieat nf
J. P. Thompann of tha local Monarch
branch, lata today tor llumboit.
lre. I meat l. Itli kiu ll
Mi lOrtieat I'. HI knell, lm I In
dun tin nf u l(ed t'rneM bureau In
I'uriM, lina.lieen lciir.itd by the
'iiiM-ti if irVlKluni for (ludlnaulelicd
aervlie. i Mm. Hlrknell la mil Die
inly inemlier if her family enirltel
In win' work They all eeem in lie
luiny In one bmnrh tr Hiinilii-r. Ilrr
hueliand line recently lien In rhaiice
nf HcIkI'Imi ri'llaf win k fur t,i' Itrd
('rum mill Ibelr ilitiiKhicra aie ilnlni
t'untrrn work.
VILLA MEN LOOT PARRAL
WHEN THEY CAPTURE CITY
3VAHK7-. Mexico, April
Wlien Ki;aniiia-o A' II ! mid hla fon-ra
ntrred I'urral Hundny, innrnlng he
aelied S00,000 worth or loot. 1.0,
000 rounda of amniuntnn lielotimur
to tho feilnral furcea In the garrlaon
Ihera and .. -Ttiada nrccd Iohii
amountln v'tn 100,000 It became
known today. A numlier of (he
principal atnrra were looted by the
Villa fulowera and aevoral clvlluna
held fur ranrnrm but only Jnen de la
Lui llerra, former mayor of i'arrai,
hla aon, Malcho llerra, former mayor
of Juarca and another ion Ziforno
llerra were rieculed aa far aa I
known. Th fight laated all day Hun
day when tha federala retreited to
tha hllla and Villa entered the town
at the head of hla I, COO follower
Ho waa In poaaealann nf the town
when a party of American rcfuarra
left there for tha horde re.
Aa tha I'arraJ tle-raph men were
forced to flee, .no detail have yet
been obtained of tha battle.
ye- ' , i
Thousands of business men are writing
over a million BfcTTEK LETTERS a
day with the EDISON DICTATING
SYStEM. .
ANTONK WHO CAN TELEPHONE CAN HUB
00 IMt OtNUINC
COISON OICTATING MACHINE O
U by. THOS. A. EDISON
Sold by MR. HUMPHRIES
i'all on riiONE von th.monstratio.v
Phonograph Shop
8 West Fifth
Phone 595
In tn he f mii ml iilioiil KiHinal
CITE HUSBAND WHO FAILS
TO PAY WIFE'S ALIMONY
A iilillliin fill T ll 1 1-1 1 1 1 1 1 nf crilltl
nan untile n illatrlrl (null HI the 'I
wtire iirnreeilinae nf Mm I'!. II
Till. ait.ilnnl T I. Tlll'e the le
fendani hiivlnu Imim milerril in i
fiir lirfni e llie -uul'l A lir.l j;l lo
hIuiw i alien I iv he ehould tmi he
leali w i'Ii fin failure to pia v Inin the
i mirl 'he mini of fir nminlin-
enrc nf h, wife pendini; the lie.nina
of Ihe Mill mill the further u Ml nf
;.n f,,r iil.iuillff k iiMurnev feee
Tilt' ni 'It una inate March 2
iiii'l hi i hi 'I inn tu the i 1 1 a i in n made
by .IimIko Iteilmnml H. t'ole. THhe
hue f. tiled In pity itny amounf Inlo
on r t fur Ihe aiipitnrl of 111 wife.
AMERICAN MURDERED
BY UNKNOWN MEXICANS
WAHIIINtiTdN. April !B - Ad
Mrra friiin Mexico t'lty In the e'ale
ileprti Itneut eav Hint Inveatlfallnn of
lle tiiui'ler of Kdwrird K lefourri
ii nd A liJiMiuin, i eprenenlulivea of
Ihe Tenlutlan Copper company, dla
iIiihk that after Ihe Iwo men left
Trlullen on Ihe nlKht of April III
In ii n auiomnlille to no In mine of
I ho I'umpany lliey were attacked by
lii or I unknown men. The re
port :i lefouri waa tindnuhted
ly killed Inetitnlly. Jlla body Ih held
iiwaltliiK nffli'lHl periillealnn for ahlp.
in en I tu the United Htale.
I lot at ii Hrwnf i Kf loera.
WAHMINOTtlN, April ii lnlla
of the reaerVe officer' tralnlna
corpa are brine; maintained al 101
litltullnna and cnniprlaa in thu'r
Inetiihernhlp 100,000 aludenl. An
official eiatement laaned by tha war
department today ahowa that M
officer and 450 non-commlaloned
officer have been detailed aa In
structor for Ihene ualta.
The next time
you buy calomel
aikfor
Tb purified caloml Ur
Ut that ra entirtsly tnm
of all aickenlnff and tali,
vatinf effects. I
HeJIdtal vtrhMt aaerJy tipin I
CaaratJ y yaw ra9t1. U
mlj b tealal aan- frk iU.
MadRlt4i
Tatt Right
CICxaVX "yaKl.
"erfBtuA .jvr.Ji
Atatlte la mad eapeelatly for
nee on
Flonra (Old or Sew)
Chairs
Tablea
. Rcf rtreralor
Porvh l-'umltnra
riailtatora
t'hamlellera
nnrl duxena of other household
article
It I eaey to make theee thlnaa
lock hriirht and new with Agatlte
- mid at such a email coat
l.isht oak, darV ortk. aolden
onk, walnut, mahusany and other
tlcnlrable flnlahe. .
CAMPBELL
CLASS & PAINT COMPANY
III SOITH BteiTN
Battar than moat tan
cant cl(r of
today
Bamlad (or your protect Ion
RUNNING SORBS OF A
LONG STANDING WERE
CURED BY NUMBER 40
I Jameii Kohlnaun. HI I Kowley St.,
Ktnnxtlilt, Ind , mnkea the fnllowmc
statement. "I hiiffeied fur five year
with tunning nrc from blond polann
if Iniiv hiunitinx I dor lined with I he
lient ili'lunn and Hied a number
nf mUeili.se. I remeillr hut received
mi permnnrnt benefit. Mv brother-ln-lii-,
I; Tidlock, advUed hie to
lr 'Number i) For The Itlnnd '
After iisIiik ihe ftrat buttle I wue
I'l-nnfir U'iI unit cimiilclely rinel
!tb flvr hotllin and at Ihie time,
I i miinihn l.tti-r. 1 liHVe rxtierlenceit
A Gig
un&c
i
of Elegant Spring and Summer
DRESSES
Notwithstanding the present market conditions we have, been successful in securing the
Most Wonderful Collection of better dresses-ever shown in Tulsa. We pur
chased these dresses "at a price" and are offering them at 25 to 50
per cent less than regular. When you see them you
will be astonished at the marvelous values.
At these low prices you will find values equal to
those shewn elsewhere at double the price
Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Taffeta,
Satin ami Combinations
(Actual Values $25j00 and $2975)"
Georgette, Satin, Crepe Meteor, Crepe de Chine,
. Jaffeta Combinations. In all the best ..
- styles and favored colors
(Actual Values $55.00 and $3975) '
" 1 I.,
Printed, beaded, flowered Plain, printed, beaded and
Georgettes, Taffetas and flowered Georgettes, Satins,
various combinations J Taffetas, combinaiiotts in a
great variety of smart styles
25M. $29
(Actual Values $45 and $4975) (Actual Values $4975 and $59JS0)
There are over 750
dresses in this pur
chase. They are in
all sizes, and many
only one and two
of a kind thus as
suring you a wide
variety to choose
front.
0 muni i'f !ne d:ea!e leiurnlne "
erinw miITi'Miik' wllh. blood pilonW
1 itti- I miii i-hmili not deiiv but act If
Nnnibei tn'' n I oni e pli
Sold tiv Mi inherit !lne Mall nr. T
etv II '.'. per 1'nlMe, t boiih . f ir I lfWx
;, .i.,Mj.i-A'h. 1 CJ
4 M
.75 W
r
'evil,
$11 75
No matter what
your need or desire
may be, you will
find the dress in
this great assortment.
V
3
All liv deU'r every bnv , th, i

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