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TULSA DAILY WORiJJiKJOAV, MAY 0, 1010.
17 ALLIES ARE ANGERED BY HUN HAUGHTINESS U.n. IJ"1 A (rprn- -no (Y,nUT Piirln H-k.n Pot .pram 1 rnaltcred. opens without a display Ml nemenc re.sa 1"' I ro.:. 4'linirnce in (itntnc V,ngrr- U V-Mht. ITrordln, K. ,,,,sl Ahsrnornf Mllltar, romp; (rnmnit Jjlwuurteoua. nr.SAII.LK.S. Wednesday M.v , th- . f ' ""lay 'Ml0n o( !h'ltr, ,,,v were presented lo the ?i.r,-.i .lelcgutes. wit n Impressive r, . I il"- function m" wllh- t ' . n 1 nr1 tnnuients. Iml. P l ill- '""',, hif hOUr whrh i, nK "' von HrorkdorffKant- " ' . ki. ,.nlv In Premier wa a period or irnac- ilenl Wilson, J'remier unci I'remler Liloyrt al)l In fart for virtually ..ma l.ri'Hcnt. The m.-cIi wait translated sen ,,..,. .v rnl-ii':liy the Herman ;',,rnrriT.-. who did net fail 10 J.,;.,.' p with full emphasis every .na-n t.r.'- m It and the three Ili.f I :mi"tien put their head to gether m evident anger t more ihn one of the Herman spokesman' rutting utterances, ss If ihey were (tfM.fiaiiPK upon advisability of an Immediate answer, j Program Not hanTl i The i.r.Ki.ini whs unaltered, how Lr .iii'l when Hi" Herman pleni potentiary had finished Premier ff nirncrail arose mm ri ternary phr.ii": "Has Hiyi.iii' further observations ... !," mi. I when there was no intinuert; l men de . thu rNsloll closed , The allied (rluinvlata remained af tr the Herman delegates had left (or a half hour discussion of the timm .lllHtlOll The M-onn within the hull during v.. ,.,ri.nn.iiv had none of the pomp inH slitter of earlier peace eonfer- .nr n. .lifplay of court end mill . r ... .....I. ti.uvlfA lliM lirv UiilM.IMi" nu if - fonnrewes .f Merlin and Vienna, no th'atriral erremnniHl. n ecemca u i:n in Hnprcssiveness, however, ly thris verv circumstances. Al Hie brad of the table Iho tanking face nf Premier' t lemenreau ami oioyi r:rre n.l 1'realdent Wilson attract it pyrrv e. .Marnhal Korh, alttlng with the Krrnrh dleatlon at the heirt of one of the aide tables, waa anoihrr eonspleuoiia future. The t".rded f.ce of the Perlilan alatea mrn M I'arhlteh. and tlreek I're niler. M. Venlzelos, as Wflf aa the hmillHr head of Unace Jan Pad eifwukl the I'ollsh premier, also atood out from the man of deleaatea. The Impiwive facen of the Japaneae rep- rftfiiutiven. the oriental llneamen'a of Ihe ('Illume. Hie brown counten ance! of the Araba from Hedjaz. and the pretence even of the two dele fi e from Liberia nnd Haiti Rave evldrnre that this waa really a world eonrrew. (.crtnana Still Jrnud The (ierinans who entered the hinhrr with all the confidence of rmri Imre themselvea without a ' Ture of nervouenesa and acted Ji If thev were taking part In the rie- llherailnnn on equal terms with thelf nlvrraarits. Thn rrremnny which attracted to the hall a crowd of correspondents an.l n!fic:ul who began arrlvlnir at n early hour Marled at 2:i0 o'clock hen iervants brought huge anti fjl of printed condition' of peace and distributed lliem, one copy to em h ilflonntlon, around the hollow rerunitle. The Germans only wete excepted, their ropy being delivered t them at 3.17 o'clock during the nlatton of Premier Clemenceau'a ejiee, h. I'remler f'lemenceau. president of the ronaress arose and declared the session opened. He atarted lmmedl. a'fly upon Ins opening speech, paus- io pernui inn to he translated Iti'o hngliMi end Cerman by Kreneh Intrrpretei The translation IntP 'ne :rmn as decidedly faulty and "ailing. The premier then addressed ths Ormana again to explain the "inliimn, (,f tho negotiations, telling them that there would he no oral 1-uiu.i,.,, prrmllled nnd that they hum submit their observations In irlt.n within ir, ay. v The pre wir then roal the hcadfnga of the j'Mty and made hi suggest ion, that 'iermans within a few davs ""nt he ready to commence the J-Mf...n of certain eecllons of the trittv. Uantjin HMm- Hand "hen 'he prpmier concluded with rusmmary phraee. -hag any """'vationa to make," fount " i Ilri.k.lnrff. Hantaan ralacd hi r"1. but he was not recogniied until tha premier' remarks had been translated. During the translation Poul l)u taala. the general secretary of the asemhlage, proceeded almost un noticed serosa Ihe open apace In the .renter of ihe rectangle and depoalted a copy of the peace treaty before the head of the (lerman delegallan. "fount von Hrockdorff - Uantslu haa Ihe floor," eald Premier f lemert reau aa soon aa Ihe translation had been finished. The head of Ihe Cerman delega tion did not arise like Premier Clem enceau, reading his speech silting, hut It was remarked by some that ill apparent discourtesy to his aflversiirles msy have been dictated by hla physlcsl condition. Hard to Hear After the first eentence of the count's speech had been delivered In (lerman an Interpreter began the French translation. The words did not reach the head of the table dis tinctly and I'remler flemenceau railed for a louder utterance. He waa equally dissatisfied with the second attempt of the Interpreter and two of the Cerman officials finally left their places with lh" Cerman delegation and moved across te the head of Ihe table to deliver the (lerman plenipotentiary's bold frequently offensive message, sen tence by sentence, right Into the faces of Premier flemenceau, Lloyd (Jeoige and President Wilson. fount von Itrockdorff-Hantaau'a funeral (lerman repeatedly rang nut In strong: emphasis on particularly vigorous phrases or words of his speech, as fur Instance, when he declsred that Ihe admission) by Ger many of sole guilt for the war would be " He" and when he for bade the allies In speak of "cruelly or murder" In view nf the sufferings and deaths of (ierman civilians un der the blockade and after, the armistice. The interpreter who gave the Kng I in li version made the most of his opportunity, both In voice and selec tion of words, and Ihe bold and un rrpentent declarations of Ihe (lerman peace delegates as thus brought out gave rise to a murmur of indignation In the chamber. Hound lo Travel A negro private had spent I "if, tiresome months In ramp near New York and wanted to go off on leave. He had a pass, but not the pass word, and when he came to the sen try the sentry refused to let him go. The negro pulled out his little pass and orrered it. "That Isn't enough." eald the sen try. "You must have Ihe word ." 'ou n.ean that piece of paper wont let me out? demanded the darky. "Have to have ihe word."- The negro reflet ted, then he pulled out a raror and began alropping It nn his sleeve. ' Man, he said lin pressiveiy, "i gnna ratner in hell, a mother In heaven, an' a girl In Har lem, an' I'se gwine see one flf 'em to night." Kverybodye. MEN NOT DRAFTED - ! ASKED TO AID L0AN Slate Director (.rahani Points Out That Men HriMiYti 31 and le) Wrm Vol ( nllcd to .service. riKI.Alio.MA CITY, nkln. May In ,1 houra the Victor loan cam paign In Oklahoma for .(.at:! nan will either succeed or fail If It does fall. In the crplalim of N. li Uraham. stats director It will ho (y lt pniy larcrny margin ami the aieat chap ter of Oklahoma's pel formance in Iho world war will closr In dlfKiace If this hli'mild happen It would be for the want of it fen hundred dol lar here or a thousand doilam there In counties almost over. "If we should fail It would c un fortunate to do so for a email mar gin. Hit 1 1 1 Mr. lirshum "I'nuntics already over the top hn.l. t-afr- guard against such n disaster to ihe state. Ahlr-hodied own l.eiwrcn the sues of 31 and 48 should mike it their special task to s-n that tills dors not happen. The Vlctorv loan has been Imposed upon ihe people lo meet a Ist Ke debt ai iiulte.1 ill I lie purchase of ammunition nod sup plies. The enprndlture of this vuat sum of money an.) feierlsh prcparft tlons which were bring made to prosecute the war lo a bluer end resulted In an early i om lusion Men between 3 1 and 4 A vcats were the beneficiaries as It did not become necessary fur them to jro In war They should I llil (foi c feel a special nhllpntlon In this Mfiittei and should get behind the county chairman in delinquent counties lo the rlo.-dng da)S of tile drive to s 'e 1l1.1t every community- meets it iiuota "The campalKn docs not end until May inth nnd in the two ilns which are left the fj. 0410,000 drfl.lt could he wiped out if everybody got husv It la the duty of ("iklahomans 10 see that 1 hit: Is done ' inly Isn persons In Hosed !c. Mcflatn county, have subscribed lo the Iclory loan to date, according to reports received lit slate head quarters. These. --two subscriptions total ii,0. This town lias a quota of ts.C'.O. and II Is the onlv (own in the county which has not gone over the top. Jlencoe. Pavne county, al'hnuah officially appearing as not having gone over Ihe lop. I said to have taken flii.OOii in bonds with a quota of only M OOD BRAVERY IN BATTLE EARNS CITIZENSHIP A 1 . 1 1 A N V , N V. Mav s (;.v Smith lodav reMorcd to 1 illrnship Kdw ar.l "Monk" Kaetman. on. f no Umious New York k. master, now famed for oceptihnal riklitll'jkquall ties displayed against lh" irTrmins In Iho breaking of 1 tie Hiiidenhutg line. The governor's action wan basnd 011 1 e.-ommemlations made hv Colonel Kraiikllu "'. Ward, com manding the l"ih Infantry and Kits! I.leut .los A A Kerrigan ' Monk" Kastnian Is over 40 jean old lis volunteered for seivice with t'lulc Sam' forces Ha iosr hf cltirenshlp ahout 1 11 veils ,ik. I"' cause of a crime for win. h h" mm v ed Ills scntem e Pilbll-.il Metloaii Mali-iiwtil. Ill KNn AlltCS. educed . Mi. T. The Argentine foreign off., e published a I1I1 grain from t1c genllne li-g.i'l'on rtr HrucU giving Ihe tent i.l Ihe sl.ltemcul Issnrnd I'V Ihe Mri..ui g.'V el nmrnl In refu-n.t! 10 1 ec.'K nl.'.e Ihe Mt.ntoe do. time. This Is th.' thll.l pfficlll textual put. Iliailun ot Ihe Mivoan sialiMioi.t .11 Ituem.s A 11 cs 1 , OKLAHOMANS CONVICTED . '''"i-' ." thev wer cnvi-d. anr rninrrn r-nr-sisw 1 "'" origin ! sentence nnd Hie con.. ARE GRANTED CLEMENCY """-i im e, resPe.n.v.i, m- J. hide; w vsi,!.;i'.., M,v -f . 1 - x r ; V""'"r ,'fi-"- 1rn 'k'a'...,na. i.l.lleT Ti " 'I ' . . "II. 1 1 led (lilt III,; The w II t .r v .01.1 i.'u ..f the e plonage .1.1 1 I. 1 V In . 11 n I ,1 II led I l Mil en . l.v Pi en .l"tio I in Us. hi. mi.l.tiet Tern. IH 1 1 1 o 1 1 1 1 1 ... , one year one d:iv. William .Vt.nll-iiii Hicks, wee'cin I I. HI U I 11 I c. ..1.111,1 1,1 1. ,1100 ..f 1 M.l.lh.in. I, :n Ve ils; five years. , A 1 ' "I 1 , 1 . . n e 1 .1 1 I 'a fner in pal u - ' ( ' . 1 e ,.: ill. i. .. ntu .iiii'ii.iin, e, pol- llolirlnm l'rliPlM frb .in Provision,. .'I I . I . K I'Miti 11. In l..,,. wh,. I.l i.M IMS'. S.I 1 y K - ItelKli.m I'd .llle.l-U -eive.l ;i st.n 1,1 ntr,re '.IrnnKll' ploteelM MKalnst the de. 1 in pi I-.. 1 and vvh.i-o in e-. In 1 lieclsion ,.f the big three m make (,. r -ti.- !! vvn tun.,-, imw ,iiKai ix man 1'. i-t Afih-a a llrillh m.inada '''-'' 1 t.n v. vinl Paris dlspiChes tn 'he I'lli.se Kialllr.l .leinem, will) I lie I I ,on doll evening i.lpers todaV. FIVE YEARS OFSUFFERING Eupora Lady Was Bro Down and Waa Most Miser able, But Cardui Brought Relief and Now She . Is Well. Roropa, Mlaa. Mr. B E. Tedder recerrtly apoke aa follows: "About five year ago I broke dowa nd look lo my bed. What I auffered no on anew, I era In ao much pain from my knee to my walat, cramping and drawing, until I thought I would certainly die. I grew a0 weak I couldn't eat, and n dlny and faint and every time I food on my feet I had the moat mis. erabls feeling In the lower part of my body. I began on Cardui. It strength ened me after a few doaea and di minished ,the after the firet bottle. I commenced to feel better. I regained my appetite ... I took the Cardui right along . I am-well and strong. That ha been four year. I ran do all my work and feel fine.'" Cardui haa been found to o a ral- uabUk tonic for women. It bj com poaeer f harmless medicinal Ingre dients, which art in a mild and gen tle way on the system and help tat build up the body and nerves. Tour druggist Mils Cardui. Try It Adv. HOW THIS NERVOUS WOMAN GOTWELL fold by Herself. Her Sin centy Should Con vince Others. niriatnpher. 111. "For four years I offered from Irregulartlio. weaknesa nervousness, into va in a run dowtt condition. Two ol our U'st doctor) failed to do me an) good. I heard c much uUiut what I.ydia Uriiikhain'i Vegetable Com pound bad dona f 01 other, 1 tried il and was cured. J arn no longer ncr vous, am regular. and in excellent lealth.' I believe th Cotn-xiund wil rure any female trouble." Mr. ALlct seller, Christopher. III. Nervouineu is often a lymntom ol veaknesa or soma functional derange nent, which may be overcome by thii amou root and herb remedy, I.vdii C I'inkhatn'a Vegetable Comiraunif, at houaand of women have lound bj orperience. 'If complication exist, write Lydia E Inkham Medicine Co.. I.ynn, Mas., fo' uggeitiona in regard to your ailment 'he result of it long experience i t your serviia. Sore Throat. Colds Qalckly RalUvtxJ By Hamlin's Wliard OH Hamlin' Wizard Oil I a simple and effective treatment for sore throat and chest colds, ysed si a garglt (or sore throat it bring! Quirk relief. Rubbed on the chest if will often toosen tin s hard, deejJ' tested cold in one nighty How olSrn spraint, bruiies. cuts snd hrns occur in ererv family, as well s little troutilcy-'hke earache, toothache, cold tores, canker tores, stiff neck, snd tired aching feet Soothing, healing WttatU Oil will sj wavt bring quirk relief 6et it from druggists for 30 centa. If not satiiheil return the bottle snd get rour money hack. lfter constipated or have sick headache f Just try Wirsrd Liver Whips, pleasant little pink pills, M cents. Guaranteed. The Coffeeness of Coffee C WASHINGTON'S COFFEE is pure Coffee. It is nothing but Coffee. It is the Coffeeness taken out of the berry, while the waste and woody substance is discarded. It comes as a golden brown powder in a can. To a spoonful of this powder in your cup you add water and your coffee is instantly made Its flavor is exquisite. It is not denaturized, de-caffeinized nor de-anythinged. It is LoHee Perfected tor human use. It is the Real Thing. U4i TlaeSt reea Went to war Home again Shop in the Morning. These Are the Best Hours for all Concerned Hunt-Murry Co. 213-215 South Main Str'at Many Other Specials being iiffctrd llirouglioiii lli store Ihul nn- tint inciillniicil In ilils iiilvcrtlM-iiirni. Today the Greatest of This Week of 100-Specials Friday- Unrivalled Bargains A Sale of Ultra Smart Dresses In Three Very Special Groups If nil J Vi j JSolfited from the niot rrcont arrivals are theso ho. witching droHHfa. The npwcKff typ antl coloringH arc. anionic thoHO nhown. Choose one today at thpne re tlucpd price". Group No.' J Dresses Worth up to $30.00, at s 16 45 Tretty taffeta, sroigcttes, crepe de chines, fouUrds. Jerseys, with many i umblnatluns of taffeta and georgette, In the following col ors: Jtnse, white, flesh, henna, navy, grayjpeach ami nialxo. i Group No. 2 Dresses at $2250 In this group are dresses worth up lo t'.'. A most unusual assort ment ami to see lliem Is tn Inwneilliitelv desire t tie in ('hariiilng tles ot niuny graceful designs lire shown. All I ho new inutcrlsls an. I colors. a Group No. J Dresses at s25-"" Keatured In Una ginup are dreises worth up Lt 110, with u Urge variety of esc eptloiuillv smart styles Many new modes eseluslve with tills store are shown. Materials lire of t.iffrtu. gem geiKj, ,) cie tin ihlne. foulard snd other wanted fslirlrs. -fiKCOND I'l.Orm ;i in . .'IIU. I'SSil'i tmf Timely Specials in Curtain Materials and Draperies I'nr the aiinuner home .lid with them one msy make the iiiiiue eacepllonally attractive and cool looking for iho Qrni diii Just ahead. Friday' price wHI mean cconuniy. r 36-inch Scrim sopcially priced at , .25 Ilfi-inch figured SwIhh upocially priced . . .50c 30-inch Scrim 'with borders of bird and flpral dcHignH; special at i. . .50c 36-inch Scrim with floral borders; special 35c Curtain Nets In M and 40-Inch ..widths in the neatest pattern ol. tnlnahl. ' ' (55c values for 75c values for 85c values for $1.00 values for $2.00 values for . 59c . 69e, . 79c . 89c 11.49 Draperies : for the Summer Porth 3 -Inch rigursd Kstlne, apeclsl . THe 3 Inch figured Hepp; 7S value at . ,.' :i-lnch figured 'W-etonne; ."io lu at o"t' it-Inch figured rietonns; Mic value at .....IVi- .11-Inch figured t'relonne; 45o value ut Sic KIKBT KI.OOH Extra Special Figured Marquisette I'misually pretty In design and specially silsptJible for summer draperies'; 'I It" h wide. In figured patterns; n regular 74c value, spe rm! I'lldiiy onlv, nl 59 Charming Neckwear Specially Priced Featuring the season's smartest effects that will immediately pleatte you with their charm. Lot No. 1 Values up to 75c Preily (ircsnilin t'lill.irs snd Set In rlpiiii snd l.i e Iriniined; .!ent effects in in. my culms 29 c Lot No. 2 Values up to $1 ('rts an. I rinle.l cffeclK in i-eis unl hup. irate t'..l.us. sefirgettes. o r g n n .1 t e, .iii'-. on ' in , 1 1 i la I III day iinly 59c Lot No. 3 Values up to $1.75 Mrs Id hlng slv les In gem gettes, satin, nil snd or gari'lle; Neinrate I'nllars an. I h'cts. eicrs uf col fire.1 mg.iii.lio and pl'iie. I'ri'l.iy only 98c Lot No. 4 Values up to $2.50 A very attis live ssiort -me nt nf Kctn an. I S-i,nt" l'nllai. eslci-s III i.rgan die. kalln and pi'iue, f..r 1 rnla v nnl , special .... $1.19 Smart Pumps and Oxfords at HdTiiin Prices for Friday Choppn from thp most select ptyles of our ntock and repriced special for Friday only. Illnck (.IsmvI kid Pump. with military hcrl, writ sole, plain l.m. all ni.ci and widths; regulir 17.:." value; special lit nrntsn Kill rump, nc.it ftyle, plain tne, welt solo, military heel, all sizes, regular I value Special., SC. 95 SC.I5 U Itliuk Hlil Olford; tin usually smart stvle with stitched cap. military lircl. welt s'.le; regular f value. Special Bliu k Kill Olfnrd. wit It leather louls heel, stifcherl rap, flexible well sole, regular 0 value Special. . An Unusual Special Offer of Childress Stamped Dresses 69c . The firoKses are stamped on splendid fjuality Chambray Gingham of tan, pink and blue. Many different designs are featured. 1 AH h Hiiggestion, there are several styles ready embroidered. I'atli dress is hemmed and made ready for wear except the embroidery worn. Smocked desiKtiH shown a.s well ;is many floral and mnclty Htamped pat terns. Mothers will be particularly delighted with this very special offer, as these dresses will prove just the thinj? f"i the outdoor days when children want to look dres.M'd-up. THIS SPECIAL I'HU'K IS (iOOD - FOR FRIDAY ONLY eased "k pes iar HAl.t'oN V I IRf-T F LOOR fl