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TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1!H!.
Hu.s, Ji .V L ll AM CHAMBER ASKS FOR EXTRA SESSION mnluilon Al'Xrl llroununnnd TcnInjr of i'oiixrrra lmniitl(. , on Wllann's Hrlum. I Ik .'POSE U. S. OWNERSHIP k'lctra Would llnr ;oVrmmrnC UfraJn From Kntrrins; ' Indus trial or Triwiaporlatloii HHiK ?T. t)l'IM, May 1. The rham- hcr of rninmerra 'of lhi 1'nHed fltstrs concluded Its trailo convrn lion tonlirrit after rlrtltn rtlrertora and authorising President Harry A. Wheeler In name, a noinlniitlng torn. inilleo who will iHter aelcrt tha net president. The int contention oily alo will he hnae n later. itesnliitlnna adopted recommend: Thai J'realdcnt Wllann call an ex- .. ....! .1 I,.,r.,.ll1 I iinn hn return to enact leglHlallon 1 ,jV.entlal to huetncaa proa-rcaa. I iThui lha wiuttrnmitiil rufruln frnm entering the fields of Iranaportatlon, rotninunlcatlnn. Industry and com- merce, "or any pnrnne oi nuaioraa that ran he sucreaaf ully conducted hv. nrlvata enterprlee." f That the government return tele phone and teli-Krapli properties to their owners, and that liiwa lie en- ted ti, permit consolidation where iieceaaary. That all tnislnewa) Intereata and irnverrment agrrjclea encournna for eign irade, and thiit American In vratmenta abroad alao lie enooiirnged nn a means of sllinulatinit foreign traile. That tlie government proceed with public work as a means of relieving unemployment. That a aperlal commute or me c.lej nlier' Investigating manv street railways with a view to aiding In placing them uon a firmer rinanciaj la alt That federal highway romnils- alon be rreHted to deal with all ex ecutive functions of the government .erlalnlnn to highways. Other rerommendutlora inamneq utir rcunlnnul provision' for a rnnt- 'rehrnelve avatem of waterways, a .t'litlonal budget, revision of laws lallng with business, and aid hy ill commercial bodies In providing fcinrk for returned soldiers. After RHOntina a reanlutlon urg- fltr rresldent tlsin to hasten his ttWiiirn to Amrrlra. the convention sjeronnidered ana enminaui inn luo. New dlrectrs elected Include: rank Kell, Wichita Katie. Texae. r.tAR OF BODILY HARM, MRS. MARTIN ASKS' FOR DIVORCE I 'ear of bodily harm and studied rglect wern alleged In two suits foi dlvorcn filed In dlatrict court Thtirs .l,.y by lhel M. l-wla against Kv- rreit Ivwla and hy Miry .Martin itHlnst Harry Martin.' Mrs lew!s stales In her petition list her hualiand, for a Ipng lime rcvious to Ihelr separation March .", 1919. treated her with diadatn, li'itemtit and aludled neglect. She tales thai she haa agreed with her lii'Mmm I hi I each shall have the custody of the minor child. Kverelt M. lywls, 7 yearn of age, for a period of six months each year and that h has agreed to g.iy to the plaintiff the sum of I2r a month for the support of the child, Mrs Martin, tnarrfed to her nu bsnd September (I, 1913, declares he bane kept heri In cnnilant dreHd of binlily hurni by threats and that Ins unions have so unnerved her tht ehe Tula been compelled to leae his 'A nte. 8he aks decree of divorce 'Jiid such other relief as the court may see fit to award. BOND SENTIMENT -GROWS IN STATE CONTISl Kl MIOM AiiK ONE nesa of the system I hrlng used to win votes ag.tlnai the MM. It Is aim pointed out bv nppnnrnta that the f ,'.( uuo.onil will not build 4.liii0 miles of romis under present conditions. This l conceded by the measure's supporters Kut the op ponents fall to mention 'he I'.'VOOn. 000 that will be iivmlublc from the federal fund of which un accumula tion Of IH.OOO.OIIO 111 the I'nlted Hlates treasury that Is avullnhle for construcilnn of rouda In iiklnhnina Immedialrly, This, It is cmilendeil. will easily tin 11,1 the road, system uji planned In the bill. I'Rj-tl. ulir rxcepilon lms been taken In the attitude of Oklahoma county, which, nllng to the ok- lahoman. Is opposing the bill hernu Its hesy ptnperiv- vnhintion would make it build n.n.U In oilier routi ne. In 1 oinnieniliig (,n this position, Cyrua Averv "f Tulai Inl,) an audi enca at I'eri y eilnes.l.iy that It Was nut the spirit of ep. operation needed o ileielnp the t.lie, "We o' T.ila and T11U1 county are proud that we have I n fortunate enough t.i hive fill arid good farms and tnonev enougii to hn the bur. den of , iniiiter communities." he erild -vwe would pot want ivuld of s tlia' c ere eo unsrlflsh n, to be against iinv ependiture of stale funds that win benefit the entire state and not TuNa. alone " Opposition of farmers; to (he bill Is surprising to those ulin have made 11 etndv of the provisions of the bill, parllciilui U In reference to the fi nancial provisions. Partners are afraid lite building of the hurd-sur-fiiced ro.o! system will snddle them wllh new nml heavy tines. This Im pression Is due to a lin k of under standing of the bill. The ad valorem tax will not be increased under the provisions of Ihe measure. If the d valorem tax were increased to the limit of mills II Would menu nn Increase of only It per It 0(1(1 oer last year. i assessments Hut the hill does not include an lnrrcaae In this tax The rn.i'l" will be financed from Ihe grosu producllon tat and the u tomnbllo l.i. Ihe latii-r being In creased in a point whero It will yield d'n. He the Income to the Mate derird fioni the present Ux. Tbi lil e a Is to make tlm ones who de rive the most benefit from the roads pay Ihe stealer share. If the number of automobiles In the slate Increases as It should under norma! londltlons tho revenue will be nun h greater Ihun double tha; now received, Farmers do nut understand this and If they do their opposiilon is luiexplauiable in view of the fi t that their land will be greatly cn huiP ed In Value ui'h Inn little cost to themsilves and tbe faimeis are getting tho grratiht In nefit uf the roads. Kdiicat.un Is the need In the farm ing d.sir. and an intiiaie cam. liHifin li.it not been waged It Is felt lluit If llo- 1 led ion weie three weeks ir a month hv.iv the bond would isrry o er hclnilnK! . Ixlegitis are going bai k from the 1 on entlun with i mass of informaiion com erntng the ftivotalile points of the bond issue and have promlied to spreud Ihe itospel to the inc on er ti d regions beyond 1 awn mid c:tv limit and 11 Is expe, ten that rtiniirh toies will he won to Kiiaranlie a b.i rd -sin faced toad system for tho s'aie. The Atletl I'lke h gliw.iy touches sof., "0 count.es 10 the htsie and tiW. md iiiajut!t In Iti'.e will k.i t.n toward piling up a inaiorliy f .r the bonds uod a tiiissiouarv orgaiiuii Ion for Ihe bond Is one of tlie inlngs that W'lll 1 nine out of the riinwnitoit Sore Throat, Golds Qnlckty Ri14 By HmIIm's WlMrd Oil Hatnlip' Wizard- Oil It limple and ellcitire trtalmrnt lor aore throat and chest coldi. Used i a garglt (or anre throat it bring! guirk relief. Kubbed on the cheit it will often loosen up a hard, deep seated cold in one merit. How often apraini, bruite. cuts and burns occur in every family, aa well as little troubles like earache, toothache, cold sorev canker sores, tiff neck, and tired aching feet Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al ways bnnp; TtnrtrTeltrf. Get it from rirttguiats for 30 cent. If not satisfied return the bottle and get vour money back. - liter constipated or hare sick headache? Just try Wizard IJv Whips, pleasant little pink pills, St cents. Guaranteed. You Stop Ooughlng Whan You Stop Tho TTokle Hayes' Healing Honey Stops The Tickle Heals Tlie Throat Cures Tlie Cough Price 33c. A Free Box of Qrovm'a 0-Pn-TrmtB Smtvm I O'wnn t ho I'ures and J'ewtrates For Hend Colds, Cht Colds and Croup, is enclosed with every bot tle of Hayes' Healing Honey, You (let the Cough Syrup and the Salv fur oue price, 35c Made, Recommended ahd Guvanted to the i'ubllo by PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY Uaootarturm o I .aiatlra Brrttns Qulnlna Tablets aud Unera a laMaleaa Cliiil luafc. wcDiienonin It maaaa a miaarabla condition of III health that leads to aD aorta of apacial ilmants such aa headache, backache, dyapspaia, dirnoeaalndireation, yauns of various kinda, piles and numerous other diaorders CONSTIPATION is crime gainst nature, and no human being can be wall for any length of time while constipated. DR. TUTTS LIVES PILLS is the remedy and has been uaed eucceaafoll all over this country for 72 years. Cat a boa and see how it feels to ha to yoar liver and bowels resume then heelth-fiving natural functions. Far sale at aO druggists and dealer everywhere. 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Incorporated 217 SOUTH BOSTOX, TULSA , OK LA IIOMA SENSATIONAL Clothes Values for Men and Young Men Mark Down Sale Starting This Morning Phenomenal Values Greatly Reduced assnstafj ll' J 1 WW Till': PRKSTON A ISn null from nur rog uUr sliirkn minimi to $45.50 This Sale actually eclipses any of our previous efforts in presenting "to you magnificent clothing values. Never before have we, or anyone else, been able to offer you such rich quality fabrics, strictly hand tailoring and ch oice style and pattern selections as is involved in this collection of the world's finest clothes for Men and Young Men. The Season Is Just Opening So Is This SaleBuy Now Not 11 Single 3-Piccc Suit Reserved Blue Serge Included $80 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $59.50" . $75 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $56.50 , $73 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $54.50 $70 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $52.50 $67 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $49.50 $65 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $48.50 $63 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $47.50 $60 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $45.50 $57 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Recuced to $43.50 $55 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $41.50 $53 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $39.50 $50 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $37.50 $47 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits' Reduced to $35.50 $45 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $33.50 THIS NATTI Knrmarly fsatursd In ular storka at 143 $32.50 THE TRAPLEV A vary smart youn man's siyla rsduu.d to- , $29.50 ' THE FINCHLEY A popular slyls for bual pma wrar, now prlcad $37.50 y $40 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $29.50 $37 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $27.50 $35 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $26.50 $33 Fashion Park 3-Piece Suits Reduced to $24.50 THE GAMELY Knll of nap and s'yla; fnrmrrly 163. reduced to $47.50 This stock of Suits includes an exceptionally larprc assortment of what vc call "out sizes" -stouts, semi stouts, short stouts, shorts, lonps, lontf stouts, extra lonp lep lonps .md forward models in all sizes and pt' ortions. Unlike most sale events, men of all sizes and shapes can be fitted perfectly here. No Charge for Alterations Where Necessary e Fashion Park Clothiers The Best Style The Best Fabrics The Best Tailoring