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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 3

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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, APRIL 26. 1010.
POOD FROM AMERICA
RESTORES HUN QUIET
i
Mrlkrn Kat, RrtOrninc lo Work
and CtonallUooa Rapidly Bo
coming Normal Again.'
TROOPS STILL AT MUNICH
Hitrarian Capital and Hamburg Now
Only 1U Where V'nrral lit
SUII Holding Attention.
s, rti Amm-Um' Prsss.
HKHUN, Wednesday. April 21
Ainmat as sgenly as the recent
( nke bgnr""ttrmany appear n
li qulatlng down again. Th rnal
miner In the Ruhr district ara re.
Mirnlnf to work In Increasing mini
i m and yastarday those In the
1 ,,shhur and Muehlheim dlalrlcts.
u a well aa half a down of the othr
P , returned to the collieries.
The (act that tha men are reium
ins work la remarkable because, the
.unniunlata at their more rerent
p.retlnca have, urited a continuation
i.f the atrlke, men who formerly
herded this appeal have rejected It
almost unanimous. A hlg factor In
i In' situation has been the dlstrlhu-:-nn
of Amertoan food which has
proved a special attraction to labor
IPIC men. An Inareaae In coal pro
duction la already noticeable aim-
liariy in uppwr bhvhiii, wnere inr
filiation has been Improved by the
i unification of a1 majority of the
impositions of mine directors. Htate
arbitrators have been busy convtno.
inj; the work era that the Impositions
rra unnecessary and unjust. The
rates In which the action has not
to en revoked have been sent lo a
court of arbitration.
The situation u Brunswick has
ouieied down sufficiently ao that au
thorities have been able to modify
and lighten tha regulations incident
to martial law. Almost normal con
dltiona prevail there and lndtiatrlea
are working again for the first tme
In a fortnight, the workmen having
almost all returned.
Imrlng the general strike J?, 000
workers wer idle there and have
sacrificed wages totaling 6.000.000
mark a. '
HBRLrV. April 81 Hamburg Is
almost tha only city, lth ths el
reption of Munich, where matters
hava not quiried down, at least for
tha moment. Military forces are still
in charge, at Hamburg and with the
police succeeded yesterday in brlng
mg j,lout order, after communists
hud vainly stormed tha police' sta
tion. The communists have been
guilty of a number of cruelties at
lUoihurg, it la charged, as a result
f4whlch Innocent people have lost
their lives or have been Injured.
HUN OFFICERS STEaTtHE
PRISONERS' PARCELS
flYPNKV, Australia, April !.
Charges ihut Hermans who handled
Ked cross. panels for Australian sol
diers In German prison camps robbed
the prisoners of tlislr Ked Cross par
res are mkde by Captain Alexander
lMhaldaon (S the steamship Ma
ttings. He ws captured when the
Mutunrn wis taken by the (ierman
raider Wolf and was sent lo a prison
I'Knin In the Harts mountains
"The officer In charge (if the enmp
was an old rogue." said Captain
Donaldson. "He seemed to make a
bualness of robbing us of ottr Ked
Cross parcels. About 40 per cent of
them went astj-av before the armi
stice and about AO per cent after It,
owing to disorganisation In (lermany.
The J-Ylts' who had the Job of drlv
ing from the station to the camp with
our parcels had a habit of dropping
a lot of them off at his shop on the
way up."
EASTERN STATES SWEPT
BY COLD WAVE AND SNOW
WAkIIINOTO.V. April 25 A gen
eral cold 'wave, with ilnow flurries
and freezing temperature prevailed
today oxer "early nil of the territory
eaat of the Mississippi river.
Although no April records were
broken so far as -reports received
here Indicate, the cold was unusual
3u not waio in alma) oi'i tietore
tomorrow and Hunday. In Ontario
the temperature this morning was 10
above, aero and 20 above In a number
of places In New York atnte. Much
crop damage was predicted, although
high winds laft night saved early
cropa from greater destruction. In
looking over his map today the
weather man said It win entirely too
cold for baaeiwll, especially aa the
wind Htlll waa high and raihrr in
clined, to show that It waa trying to
reach yraterdava mark of 4 0 or T0
miles. Many cities In the smith re
ported that It waa move like football
weather.
With the exception of snow or rain
In the lower Ohio valley and rain in
Tennessee, the west portion nf the
middle Atlantic stales and north tor
tious nf the gulf states, the weather
will be fair tonight and Kotiirdiy the
bureau announced, with continued
low temperature, The cold, however,
will not reach 1-lot Ida Creeling
temperatures were Indicated for to
night In the region aa far south aa
Kentucky and southern Virginia. It
will bo somewhat warmer tomorrow
in the lake region and Ohio vullcy.
Oppose Monroe Ifex'trlne..
RfKNoH AIIIKH, April 24 - Th
Mexican minister today announced
that Mexico would define her uttl
tilde toward the Monroe, doctrine at
the plenary seaalon of the peace con
ference which recognizee the leugue
nf nations. He aald he expected fur
ther Instructions from Mexico City
regarding ths reporta concerning Ms
country's stand on tho Monroe doctrine.
Today Men, Last Day of Our Great
Silk Shirt Sale
. $8.50, $10 dnd $12 Values 1
10 War Tax After May 1st
ON ALL SHIRTS COSTING $3 AND MORE
i
Our vast regular stocks, augmented by belated ship
ments makes this a merchandising triiunph unequaled
in our presentation of unmatchable valuer
Exclusively confined styles
and fabrics that cannot pos
sibly be duplicated at our price
Shantung1
Empire Wash Crepe'
Peau de Silk
LaJerz, Jersey Silk
Materials of
(Tub Silk
Radium Silk
Pussy Willow
Broadcloth
Cannelle Crepes
Crepe de Chirfc
Ecru Pongee '
Italian Silks
4J
writs Sroie Qp.
Fashi6n Park Clothiers
All sizes
13Uto 17
Alterations
25c extra
RUMANIANS CONTINUE TO
ADVANCE ON HUNGARY
tllCNKVA, Thursday. April ! -
The Rumanian bureau at Heine him
laued a atHtemenl savins: that after
the visit of Ueinral I tmu het lierry
to Hudiipeat recently, Kuinantitn
troops were ordered lo again take
the offensive against lluntrary whu It
had been suspended during the atuy
of Iteneral .Isn Christian. .:! St
Mudiipi'st, It Is atiid he order pro
voke great cnihuaiasiii and that a
number of Khxoii officers and trnopH
from Transylvania Joined the Hu
inaiilaii army which in a rapid
inarch beyond the old lino of
deniarclloii occupied (iroeawardeln,
tapll.il of the pi mince of lllhar.
Hungarian red guards fled from the
city in diKordrr and large j uu.n t It tea
of booty were captured by Hu
ms mans.
Thousands of people are leaving
lliidaprat on foot and carrying their
luiggage aa there aire no trains or
vehicles. I'He thuusnd women mi
Hudapest have met mi, I protested
iigalnet the soviet government and
iHilshct I ll
SMUGGLE LIQUOR YrOM
PORTS ON CUBAN SOIL
HAVANA. Cuba. April 2. The
ra.pl u In of the port of IUuna has
notified firms which furnish "!
pllej Voi flHliing vessels that watch
will lie kept nvi'i- such elittitsT and
Ihut visits of Inepectloit will be made
lo see that they c.irry no inoie fond
and liiuur aupplles when leaving
port Ihnn la iircrssary for Ihclr own
Use.
This measure is due to informd
tiou nrcled by the port official
that several fishing vessels have
taken iuaniHiea of rum and other
liilorn ulioiird lo be exchanged In
American Jurisdictional waters t r
oiIkm inei chaudlae ,
DENTISTRY
At Reasonable
Prices
All Work Guaranteed
Examination
Free
A strictly high-
class, up-to-date
uenwai oiiicu. wuc
you rill not be
ashamed to recom
mend to your
friends. Give me a
trial.
V."'
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McCann's Dental Parlors
Open Evenings Until 8 Sunday
v Until 1. p. m.
212f4 SOUTt MAIN
Over Model Clothiert. Phone 4352 Tulta v
W Hava Jutt Received Large Shipment of
PLAYER-PIANOS
"Hallet & Davis,' "Conway," "Lexinjrton," containing
the wonderful "SIMPLEX" player action, which repro
duces the natural touch and tone of hand playing.
Come in and let us demonstrate them to you, and you
will at once see and appreciate their superiority.
Prices Range From $5.50 to $700
CONVENIENT TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED
FROM FACTORY TO YOU, with ONK PROFIT, and
that the lowest
Darroyv Music Co.
109-111 E. Third St.
First door west Hotel TuUa
Sunday Evening, April 27th, 1919
AT THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN HURCII
Corner of Seventh and Boston
The pastor will preach on the subject :
"The Sensitive Heart of God"
SPECIAL MUSIC ' YOU WILL BE WELCOME
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ill
Itching, Scratching Skin Diseases
That Burn Like Flames of Fire
Here It a Senaible Treatment
That Gets Prompt Result.
For ml, downright, harrasslnr.
discomfort, very fsw disorders isn
appro h r-ralli1 skin dlsrasss,
uoh as Hrrsma. Tetter, Holla, erup
tions, sr-sly Irritations snd similar
skin troubles, notwithstanding 'h
laslsh lies of salves, lotions. "Varies,
sod other tisstmen) sppli-d riterii.
ally lo ths lrriisied psrtj,
No one sver heard of a person le
ln sffllrted with any fcVin of skin
diseases hos blond In cood
condition. Therelore, It Is hut lot;.
Ioa.1 to concluds thai :h tritr
1 method or Irestrtieni rnr puopies, ;
' hlotches. sorrs. hulls. rouRh. rd an I '
j scaly skin. Is to purify the Mou 1
and remo s the tiny icerms of pollu- p
Hon thnt hreiik throush sml mani
I fet their prearnrs on ths surfara
i of the skin
I. People In all pans nf th country!
hne wrlttfn us li" they srs coin-
pletely rid of eery tracs of thrs
dlsnrdrrs lv th- use of H P K . 'hs
matchless, purely vegetable. b ond
purifier. . S H " 'lire, t to ths,
center of the blood supprv. and puruj
flc and clennnes It nf every esMs
of fnfrn nia't r. Klvlnir a clear n I I
ruddy complexion that lr..ictss per.
f-ci henlth Write today for fres I
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109-111 East Third St.
Phone 616
Address Kwlft Spcdflt n, 11 SwiM
Lututsloi), AlUnta, U
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109-111 East Third First Door West of Hotel Tulsa

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