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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, APRIL 2G, 1910.
WILSON CRITICISM IS BITTER IN ITALY AH lPrr Support Action Taken bjr Prlandn In leaving Parts I m prrgnabto Klgtila Demanded. CANNOT DICTATE CONDITION (llwin I'nabl, lrra Aswiia, to Map Out Course for All KuniM Appeal to America on. JtOMK, April 85. The reply of I'runler Orlando to President WIN tun apparently haa mad a deep Im pression on the Italian prena And ,tt tli ally every Italian newspaper rivotes much editorial comment to tli premier's statement. The Populo Romano : "Italy repllea in one man to lie i V iiiai and her government who de manded unswerving tenancy thclr sicred and Impregnable rights." Afler describing the premier's re. fly a" proud and thrilling document Uic Corrlere d Italia says: "The American people ciinnot he Pi agreement with a man who so Imughtlly arrogatea to himself the i chl to decide the fate of Vurnpc ariilnet the desires of Hi government end lla people." The Idea Nastnnale nay that "not nrr Italian would dure to sign a pe.ice, aa proposed by President Wll n " The Italia considers that Prcal Ont Wilson has perhaps lrremdlnh Ilv leopardlzed the peace of thH o-ld. "What happened In Paris Is alto rfther monstrous, " says the tjloranlo I lialla In lis comment on the peace t.tuatlon. "Against It we appeal to the common sense of the American pmple asking them whether they consider the altitude of their preal rtmi a Just and straightforward one " "Preslderrt Wilson forgot Ms principles regarding the freedom of the seas and the equality of races ami distributed Herman, Hungarian, Iti.msnlan and Bulgarian territorial among the French, Hnhemlana and Ji, go-Slovaks, remembering his prln. rples only to snatch from Italy (he fruits of her sacrifices and har vic tory. We are tranquil, trusting Jus tire and rights 'ntjij knowledge tlst a Jarge majority of the Ameri can people did not ahare the opin ion of President Wilson. Therefore e did not consider the generous American nation responsible for ec centricities of lla president." CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS ' GIVE SOLDIERS CHANCE The Lifted states civil service commission announce an examina tion fur Tula district brglnnlng at SO u'cni'k Mv 24 to ful vacancies and positions of rural carrier al Nklalook and other vacancies as they iiuv occur on rural routes from other poHiuffices in Tulsa county. - The examinations will he open to male i-lusi ns and to unmarried wom en or 10 wives of soldiers or sailors serving In the present wsr. The ap plicant for these examinations must he il inn or I led in tn, territory of a postofflcn In the county. Information on the examination may he obtained troni the United Htates civil service commission gi Washington or In this county, from It. 10. MclMlno. assist ant superintendent of malls at the Tulsu poKlofriie. LOCAL SALVATION ARMY VISITED BY OFFICIALS t'ol. K. ijiiuntlctt. secretary of op erations of Hi it nest in district of the haivution Army, will arilva in TnlH.1 MitiiiUiiy from t'hliHgo and will conduct iiifetlugs at thu local clludel ton Ik 1 I and Munday after noon und night He s accompMiiled by l.icu:. Col. Ceoig.- Wooil and Adit. W. I-:. Illi'kinuii. The lullcr wns forlnct,' 'pMtuined In T'iia. Colonel Uauiillett and his staff are making a gurvey of the Oklahoma field with the purpose 01 augmenting changes ,and Improvements In the Salvation Army organlaatlon and service. Among the Improvements planned h. the building of an addi tional story upon Ihe praienl quar ters of the army In this city and the building of a residence for the local officers. "HIGHER LAW" IS STAGE THEME OF TULSA PEOPLE CONTRACTS ON STEEL SHIPS ARE CANCELLED Hurley Announces Action With lie ge r to l.OOO.OOA Tons cVri losie After Warning. WASHINGTON, April !S.-4"n-rellatlon of contract made during the war for construction of J 000,000 tone of aieel ships was announced today by the shipping board, which la preparing to close government work In many yards throughout the country. This brings total cancella tions since the signing of the armis tice to 4,000.000. In the brief announcement laaiied from the office of, Chairman Hurley no reference was made to the actual number of contracts Involved or to the yards affected by Ihe cancella tion order, lit was explawied, how ever, -that action at this time would not come aa a surprise to builders, aa notice waa served on ejtheiu montha ' ago of the hoard's new policy, the chief "feature of which was the elimination of building plans for all ships under 12.U0U tons. Three daya, after Iho arnilatlre, Chairman Hurley announced that the board had been making u Com plete re-survey of lla construction program and contrai ls. Krom. that time. on. ho said, II waa planned to build ships, with reference to suit ability for special service, and with particular reference to moro eco nomical cost of operation. WELFARE WORKERS GET BUSY IN WEST TULSA NEGRO KILLS NAVAL GUARD IN YANK BOSTON PARADE A play written ahnuf Tulan peonle and made In the Magic city Is "The Higher lw," which will come to Ihe llrand theater Sunday, April 27, matinee and night. When here last November the work" of Miss (filbert and her support players was well re. reived. AfiVr showing In other towns ih oklahnmn the piny will go to F'ort Worth, where It Is bonked for a week. Several engagements will he filled In northern Texas during the spring and the piny be taken to New York fpr the opening of next season. Melng Written about our own people the play Is giving Tila some good advertising. Following an Invasion Into West Tulsa to be conducted Ihla morning bv Mis, Hetty llealeaiix and a dele gation of welfare workers, Mrs. II. K. Cary. volunteer workers, and rep resentatlves of the Tulsa County Hu mane society, a crusade for the es tablishment of belter health condi tions In the town across the river will be launched. Many complaints have reached the city proper concerning conditions derogatory to health In West Tulsa. Keeling themselves responsible city officials hnve rendered efficient co operation tn welfare workers In their attempt lo better conditions with the result that West Tulsa Is greatly Im proving In appearance. It is the aim of the West Tulsa Improvement so ciety to make the manufacturing center, as beautiful as the city of Tulsa.' IKiSTON. April ti A naval re serve guard waa shot and killed and a sailor guard from the merchant marine was slabbed In Ihe left arm In a fight with two colored men who were rrnsitlnf aaalnsl the ropes at the corner of Dartmouth streel andj Columbus avenue, while the iBiisee. division was' marching down the ave. nue this afternoon. A man wis wounded in the leg and two other men spectator received Injuries. Several women fainted. In Ihe wild rush to set away from Ihe shooting many persons were severely Jammed. The colored men who did the shooting was arrested He alun re quired medical aid. He waa sent to the city hospital under arrest. The other colored man escaped In the throng. . . Congressman William f. llreene of Fell Hlver, more than HO yesrs old, und one of the best known members of Massachusetts political life was seriously Injured by falling on Ihe granite steps of the state housn us ihe parade appeared. He sustained a severe cut over one eye, together wllh a number of bruises, and waa rendered unconscious. The congress man was removed to a hospital, hurl. PUBLISERSWANTREPEAL OF POSTAL RATE MEASURE NKW YOltK. April IS The American Newspaper Publishers' aa soriatlon af Ihe rloairg seseton today of Its annual convention, adopled a resolution urging the Incoming con gress to repeal or suspend for two year. Ihe wartime act of l17, rais ing the seen nd -class postal rates. The resolution declared thai auch isles, "crude and unscientific In character and burdensome alike to newspspers and their subscribers," affecting the carriage of newspapers, were 111 suited to the needs of the country. The election of officers developed a contest for the presidency of the association between Krsnk I', disss of Ihe llirmlngham (Ala.) News. Ihe Incumbent, and diehard Hooker of the Springfield ( Msss. ) Republican. Mr. Olase was re-elerted. Kour of the eight directors, whose terms had ex pired; also were re-electod. 1iambrrlaln Fnds Testimony. PAItja, April 111. The cross ex amination1, of I'apt. Bdniund (.; Chamberlain, the American avlatot on trial before rourl-marllal her J was ended this afternoon, Chamher lsln having been on the stand for two full days. " How tin e'P lHP.fl T V TTT T7 IJIieiNiewreace Leasee The out-and-out opponents of the League of Nations covenant apparently have not been won over by .the amendments adopted in Paris to meet their objections. The New York Tribune (Rep.) finds the "denatured covenant' powerless for either pood or evil, while the New York Evening Sun (Ind.) goes further and declares that "it is both an all-round invasion of sovereignty and at the same ,time impotent for the enforcement of peace." In many quarters, however, it is thought that the recognition of the Monroe Doctrine and other changes "will win for it many votes and may prove suf ficient to secure its" ratification" by the Senate, to quote the Republican Philadelphia Press. It adds that the,credit for these changes is due to the constructive criticism of such Republicans as Mr. Taft, Mr. Knox, Mr. Lodge and Mr. Root. Be sure to read THE LITERARY DIGEST this week. All angles of public opinion on the League of Nations covenant are presented in the leading article. Other subjects that will interest the American people arc : What Punishment Fits the cx-Kaisers Crime? Sugf eations Put Forward by Arperics. and Others of the Warring Countries a to How to Punish the ex-Kaiser for His Crimes. eople View What Germany Can, Must, Will Pay Cause of Egyptian Disorders Saving 13,000 Workers' Lives Yearly A Machine Fable Red-Light Surgery Germany Shrieks at the Art Indemnity "Mute, Inglorious" Irish Writers Chesterton for "Christian Liquor" The Case of Schleswig Important News of Finance and Confmerce Too Much or Not Enough Wheat? Canada's Daylight-Saving Tangle Japan Makes a Shipbuilding Record ,. Burning Down Houses to Keep Warm Eastern Editors and Western Readers A Negro Explains the "Jazz" Salvation Army Drive for a Home Service Fund American Enslavement to Drugs The Best of the Current Poetry Personal Glimpses of Men and Events A fine collection of interesting illuntrationa, including the best of cartoons. The Literary Digest Your Logical Source of News This is a wonderful time for YOU and for every other man and woman in the world. The average individual has hitherto had little or no share In the direction of national affairs or even in the ultimate decision upon matters vitally affecting his personal welfare and the conditions under which he lives and works. Today the statesmen of all nations are agreed that the people rule and that they are but the instruments of the popular will. You, 'as one of the rulers under the new order, can not be too accurately informed as to what Is being done to bring back peace and prosperity to our war-torn planet. THE LITERARY DIGEST, foremost of news 'magazines, provides you with a weekly summary of world events that is authentic, informing and up-to-date. Read it and keep yourself posted as to the exact status of the great movements that so nearlyconcern you. April 26th Number on Sale Toddy-All News-dealcrs--10 Cents FUNK 4 WAGNALLS COMPANY (TubfidMn of the Famous NEW Standard Dictionary). NEW YORK l 5 S s s s 5 Coats, Capes and Dolmans Vahdevers Entire Stock Sacrificed at One-Fourth Off Late shipments to us overloaded the stock for we had bought elsewhere not expect ing early orders to be shipped on account of the garment workers, strike. The entire stock will be on sale today at ex actly one-fourth off the regular marked prices. AH the Newest Styles Materials of Every Kind Every Size and Practically All Colors Regular Prices Range From $17,50 to $125 Style Section Third Floor Today the Last Day of the Sale - slB BVsSaBBBBsMMasBBsl of Soaps and Toitet Requisites Unusual Savings the Following Are Specials From the Main Floor Light and Dark Percale., 25c 50c Japanese Crepe, yd. 29c 85c French Ginf hams at C3c r 3-lnrh psrralrs In light anil dark rnlors; sxtra larfA ssmrtment to chooss from; (ha yard iic. Zephyr Ginghams at 35c. Zspliyr irlnKham In many dlffsrrnt psllsrns, plaids, stripes, chsi-ss and plain colors; M Inrhrs wld. Hpectatly rrli-d a,t, yard, Jc $1.50 Fancy Silk $1.29 Madras, Fani-y silk madras In rttra good anil attrartlvs palisrns; .32 lmhfs ldf; r'lrulsrly 11.50. riprclal today, tho yard, 1 1.:'9. Fancy Organdies, 75c to $2.50 Ksnry orsnd!s8 and vollss: rtrs largs sssnrtmrnt In full- rxiiRn nf plain colors; 4" and 44 lnrlis wlds. Priced, ths yard, 7&c to 12 60. Japanes crcps In fancy colors onlv. checks and stripes, sultshls for night shirts, psjamas and children's dresses; 33 Inches wide; regular 60r quality, hpeclal for today only, yard, 29c. Non-Crush Dress Linen, $1.75 Non-crush dress linen In pink, blue, yelloa, lavender, rose, coral, cream slid white; ,1 Inshes wide; sll puis linen snd etri fine duality. Ihe yard. l 76. f 35c Flaxons and Batiste, 29c I'nnry Kl,tiin and hatlste In plnlds. slrlprs, checks and pluln colors. 27 Inches wide; light In weht and cool for Ihe hot dnis; rei-'uUr 3fic iiialit). Special for toiUy only, yard. 2c. Fancy Tissue Ginghams, 75c All the newest pxtterns In pink, Miie, rne, rllow und green; a'so'lo plsliln. checks snd stripes. Hpeiially priced, the y,ird. i.'ic. William Anderson French liissksm In many beautiful pa'terns. plaids, stripes and checks; also plain colors; 32 Inches wide; regular Ito valua. 6pola for today enly.l the jrgrd. Sto. $1 Voiles and Swisses, 89c One. lot of fancy dress vollea and dotted Swisses In tha very newest pat terns; very suitable for ths coming torrid days; 40 Inches wide; regularly II 00. Ppeclal today, tha yard, tic. Fancy Dress Voiles, $1.25 Kitra fine quality fancy dress vollea In tho latest designs of Columbia olles; 41) Inches wide. Specially priced, tho yard, at 11.23, Ivanhoe Zephyr Ginghams, 42c l!-lnch Ivanhoe gephyr glnghsms In Mrlpes. plaids, checks and plain colors; a quality that sella regularly si r.flc Hpeclal for today only, tha ard, 42c. Announcing the Vandevers Annual Silk Sale Todny. Paturday. Is designated Inspection t'.iy " Vou rimy select silks during this "Inspection" day at the sal, prices, but purchase will not be delivered until Momlat. tin" opening day f llx sale. This Inspection day Is designed nrl niarlly for tho benefit nf our out of-toan customers, but city patrons may also benefit by this additional day of selling $50,000 Worth of Silks Involved Come to Tulsa's Greatest Silk Sale! Fine Vollea, ft per la 1 at S.lc yt One lot of fin voiles; all pew patterns; 40 Inches wide. Ivitr special for today, ard.'3c ' k i.siu. r -a s M eaw.r n - Wayne Taper Wardrobe. Just tho thing for storing your furs, winter clothes and bedding for tje sunimer; cedar lined. Priced from 0o to 12.00. to s 3