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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1!1!.
3 FARMERBIPLOYERS ARRANGE WAGE RAIL M ,h to be Pakl tor IUrmt . . .... 11mm Work Tliw " III.Im P llgure. AGAINST THE DAYLIGHT LAW ,u' the Hallway Admlnlmra- li,i ui .le liXlii.! '' f,,r Harvest Hands. HI n'lIlNRON. Kn.. May ,nl fnrnl.iii.m rr..slvej her. since the f.rm !t'T conference on May I. In dicates that Ihu wag scale adopted lhP farmer rlel"gal represent , 3i counties, wtl he generally .,l"t..l for the coming "rv,:B, fhnlhou. the "wheat bell' end th. fitr-m weetern coiintle . , V... i-niiferriire adopted a t M r.-,l.itlona touching upon varloue L lot mutter The paragraph MrUlnllig t wages follow: Tin', tit conference adopt a WUH nf ',0c pr h"nr. "r iu nuu i"r . ... . ,xira pnv for overtime; thla to .ei.lv to elinrkers, harg man. plrh. ! and helpers around .tank; drtv. .ni of heuilcrs and hinders to re--lv th, Mme wege a ehorkar. and Bitrhrr, Hi, wge for man and p" .TV. ,i n.u for 10 hours. hn.nl and feed; starker to rer.lv. i per day nr Sflc per hour. An adnienrtnient to the foregoing ,innn provided that The wmn Include board and lodging and feed for trum. Miner prurmmna m m regi'inu""" . ,r m i lie f t I il nnd ends when th That aov larnrr i-m - ninri i k. a - Artt arale 'here- r inn" in afor hll not be considered by tha mofl:iti"ii in employment -Tha''co"inty organliatlona should . . ...I.I . liMhnimn D,Kn irrinn wm. - - That irworlatlon favora tha repeal f th dnvllgni aini law. Tht the g-overnment par the farmer the anni storage prtre It niva lvatornien. That "we respectfully rpqupat Ih rtllrraid admlnlatratlon grant a r Jurril fr to harvrat handa " That eonks bp ptd $1 a day. ThM th wlie.it t lt harvpat run. ffrrnr, bprom a jiarmanent nrganl. utlnn In nippt annually thi flral Tundiiy In Mar. Th mPtmt nppolnlPd a pommlt tmof thrre to draft ru)pa and rpgn ltlon for tbP pprmnnant organlia Uon J It ChittPndpn of Maya, chairman; ). K. Whltnpy of Toppk kni K. E. Krlawll 'f I-arnpd. BIDDLET AKESLEADERSHIP OF FRANKLINS' IN TOLEDO Latin Quarter Loses Its Savor TRaCTFE. N. T.. May 10 W. C, Blddlp. a.ltant aaloa managar of th Krankim Automobile company pf Uil city, bn, rplgnd to takt evpr th dpulprililp of the Franklin car it Tolrrtn, Ohio, undvr th name of th Krunklln-Hlddle company. Mr. Illddl bn bepn with th Frinklln company alnca February, ltll. and alnre IIU haa bpn ron- Unuouily In the aalpa department. A Ernent 1 Johnaon will aurrppd Mr Bldrtl. Mr. Johnson haa bfen wilh th company alnca Kit and with th excppllon of seven month In th army, haa traveled the eastern state. Both Mr. Dtddl and Mr. Johnion are personally known to Franklin dealers In ail parts of th eouniry. Waning as to Oar Waning Vitality (Br Lr. niBBirr Bumi, M. D.) Evary man should tako aVwk of big hrr.eal eooditioo juet as frequently M a talta rtork of bis finannsj conditio n, tasreby leanung his wmk spots aod tk i taaisurts to repair them before, it ia to lata. 1 th -nnter or gpring is the bent o Us stock of oiMt's condition. Uta blood is thin and watery, face pai " Pimply, g-j-ertily wesi, tired and bbm, m should take a tonie. One tU wifl do the gpring "houae-cWninn," ihned hrl,j remedy that was yd h s-wybody nearly 60 yeert ago I1 mli and aui becaiMe it eootaias -looool or nkreotia. This blood tunic, "-d from wild roots and barlu, put out by Dr. Pmtos in reskdy to" 'rm and sinos then baa been "M by th million bottles as Dr. Pierce's kUai Madieai DiaooTgry. It s always T-oow in tin winter or sprinf when jd is run down and you Med a onio. This is nature's Unio, ""kor-a tha too of the stomach, "of the lrrw and steadiness) to the itnaittbenin! the whole system. 1 to I. rieree's InralidV Hotel, HN.T, for trial parage of tabk-U. kT the brer and bowels 10 e-T y the potsoog . it is beat to take castor o0 or a 2J piU, made up of May-apple, J-Wp, and snsivooated, to be bad V"l "tores, known as Dr. FlcaWi !5!iPpllpts. A Southern Remedy For The III Or the South Wu. h " 014 southern ?Ur.?.., ,r lw compound- ?""n " ' His so C ',"" "uthern climate. St '' Trouble, tc.nty Uriea. fm?' Aeu Ino-loMtlon and u7. Vh ,h, ' South rr!.., Ihia old uhiili i..'. nr.. " IiI",i"'r,,OB dnig y - '"Uiortied to r,turn your P A R I H, April 1R (fly mall. The famous latin quarter of I'arla. home of the detuxana of the world of art, la fur the time lining, at Ira!, a thing of (he pant, killed unwittingly by an Invajiion of American offlreia latloned tn the capllaJ. Ho many of the aoldier boya havo taken up their abode In thU eection ao that thny might get a eight of "real life" that the Jotig-iinie habitue have bi-en forced to wltlirtraw berauex of Urk of room and high prima. The spirit of hohemia. frightened by the Influx from ovpriiea. has aoread Its wings and drilled away to a mors tranquil poL It la not dielike of the Yankee that hue forced the lung-liaired artiat to fold up his easel and steal sadly away to find hlinnelf a new home. Var from that. Hut oven a long haired artlet who theoretically, can live In a hole In the wall, muet have at leaat eome room to turn, about In, anil moreover his pocketbook Is not ao long as that of hi friend from across; Q)n ocpan 8o tha latin quar ter la Amerlranlced, and apparently will remain so until L'ncle Hum call his boys home again, when probably the dreamer of dreams will find his way bark lo hi old haunts. There are al preaent perhaps 300 American officer and soldier, liv ing In the latin quarter, most of them being atudenla at the Borhonn where enrclal rouree have been ar ranged for them. Many of the ar tleta who lived there before the war hud given up their eludhia and anwere,t the call of th Klag. Con sequently (here were numerous apartments to be obtained by the Americana. The artist, upon being recently !rmobilu,, came back lo the quarter lo learn that thpre wae no plum fur him, al leant at a price within his means, for tlio Americana pay well. ArtiHta who had remained In the quarter wpre little lee, fortunate, fur ihey found that their purses would no longer support them In I lie old style In their c.ifes. Thpn. too, there undoubtedly was the qun)Uon of a change of the aimoaphern ao dear t the artist. His privacy wa a thing of thn past. Tak th Cafe du Pome, for ex ample. Thla need lo be a famoua rpeorl for wlnldrrs of the brueh and the rhls". The tables of an evening were filled, with Hobemlnna at their an nice nnd drink,, and the two bll llnd taible, wer tha batlla grounds for large force of artlet cninb;anl. The conversation centered on those IhlMK retheilc. Now everv table 1a surrounded by bulging khaki, the American cu, ex. pert l priictlcing fumy ehois on the grenti cloth, and Ibe fnvonte clmlr of th painter Ih occupied bv a Yan kee enptaln The ponvernation ed dle, about tniriety Malhewaon and (he rhancea of the (ilants. Occnalonally an artlet pokes his hen.l in at the door tlmldlv, and then lakes himself off hastily In a fright Ht tha unusual eight There simply Isn't room for him there any more. CADALLACS CARRY lilTRO SAFELY OVER TEXAS ROADS The hlshly nervous character of Bltro-glycarlne necpsnltat tinumml and Interesting precautions for lis transportation. In the Ilurkburnett oil fields of Texas, (hre Cadillac car, urc unej to transport thn explo sive to the new drilling operation. The cars urn trucks, formejl by the lengthening out of three chassis of thn 19M models. The popularities of nltro-glycerlne are so well understood by the man who make u, of It that It Is never transported In large lots. Tha unit of carriage Ip tha oil field Is the qusrt can. The bodies uf the three (rucks are honeycombs of pigeon holes, each compartment Just largo enough to hold one quart ran. Kvary mil and ecrew In each body Is roun-te.-aunk In thn wood, and the holes ar, filled with psrrsfln so that th cans have not the llttst chance of scraping on mctut. The driven of the three trucks are sold to tak full advajitaK of the soft riding qualities of t'ailillao springs In easing their loads over bump. In the road. t'liflllcl MppI Unlive. NKW YdllK. Miiv IO-.-rnfllled order, of the United Htatea Hteel rnr porallon for the month ended April 0 wer 4.R00,R!i lona, accord Ins to the monthly report lamied today. This Is a derreaae of d39,RR7 tons compared with the orders on March 11. Wilson Mar Visit Genera. Hy Th, Alaorlalrd Tret, 1'AIUM. May 10 A suggestion has Krpn fundi. Ill hlrk mijirlrrfl thai I l'rs.dent Wilson may visit Heneva I for th purpoHo of Inspecting the '( of the league uf nations. WRECKED BELGIUM IS SORE SPOT OF WORLD Sorrowful rnln Walt thn Uini lclalrM ll.-ellllltloii I'ronilsnl Them. LIKUR. April 17. (by main Along (ho route from devaated I.ouvuln tn this desolate iitf tall mokcloa chlmni'a line thn for merly prnspproua valley of the I Mouse Ideal eoal mines, huno plant, which belrhed fire and elxxlcd Uh the gurgle of the malting lead and th bnlllnir steel are now sllcnj snd abandoneil. There Is no oulward visible sign of devaatatlon tint a su perficial examination of the Inutile of the planta reveals th fact (hat thla dllrlc( ha, been atrlpppd a, thoroughly and more systematically than the line nf battle where the cannon roared fnr four years The rockerlll Manufactiirlnir pom. pany Pniployr,) (J, 000 workniin; at the small arm, factory, "h'abrlque Nationals.'" 4 fcntl akllled workmen nianiifnrtured revolvers nnd rifles, the Invention of frowning of Texas: the (tusnee-Merles plant manufac tured tee machinery, Inrnmatlves and preaees. 14 000 hand, having been employed there. Now a few laborers wander like Io, souls In the vset halls which seem lmmen,e hecnune of (he removal by the t.Jrr mnns of all the machinery formerly flllins; up every available Inch of floor ,pace. They are repairing Ibe few dilapidated niitoniiiblle,. ma chine, and locomotives the Merman left hoblnd In their deliberate re treat anil In their systematic plun dering through, four vears. The msnageis of these plsnt, know where their machinery ha, been removed They have Ike name, of the firms In the various rltle, of Oermany which are now inn n u f ixc -turlnn with the," stolen machine, the product, thst In a few months Ihey will attempt tn unload upon the world's markets. They are dissat isfied and bltlc In their comment because they feel they hve been neglected by the peace ponferpiice. they feel (lermsny should have been ordered lo return nt once the stolen machinery or that thev should at least have been permitted to enter tierrhany ami remove them to their plants They arp not short of steel, tine of the former manufacturers I e lated bv bad 2.000,000 pound, of steel on hand, hut no iniirhiiiery: A malinger of one plant exproewd himself as more than disillusioned "Time, have changed since tha sr mietlc when llelgiuin was every where riled Inclination the Very spirit of patriotism and heroism, when primuses were mvl thai fighting would gn on until HelglHin eliould bu Integrally restored, finan cially, economically and politically our liiuva American bo), h h came to Kurope and died with ion He (houabt to avenge llelalunt fighting desperately for Its own snd the veiv world's fieednni at the threshold of civilisation." B00ZE SELLERS T0QUIT WITHOUT MAKING FIGHT Ry Th, Kturtf le I ed Preta. t'l il.l'.M III H, uhlo, May 10 Just what I, going to happen to the liquor traffic in Ohio after May 17, when the prohibition amendment lo th stain con, tit tit lo n . adopted last au tumn, heroines effective, Is a proh lorn (hat is blithering, stule and local off trial. The slate fines tie situation of having a dry constitution, but no statute, to enforce It. Th, general esscmhly enacted enforpomant meas ures, hut thev must run the gauntlet of a referendum next November be fore they can become operative nnd should the votera disapprove, of litem there will be no pat ticiiluraiie" Ity by which to enforce prohibition, II Is aald. A iitt-Saloou la.tgus official ay thev huve nut given up hops of obtaining- aom Inglslstlon that will be effective. May 17. Most of the snlonn keepsra ar planning to quit business on Msy 27 snd they tnsv have lo retire even be ryl e that date The license year nf saloon keeper, expire. May 14. None bus applied for renewal of llcetiss and the time for making application hue p, .,. I. The Ohio Home P. ill, association, the "wet" organisation, "la planning; Its campaign to defeat the anforc- imiit hill, nrxt N'ovpinber. It ha also started a referendum on the res olution ratifying tha national prohi bition amendment, but thla la being resistPd In th court by th Anil Haloon league. Itemove Trade Order. WAHII'MITON. Msy 10 Th Itrltish government haa removed from the restricted Import list cer tain drug Hint chemicals which do not contain dutiable lngr.iille.il,. In making the announcement today th, Krlttah embassy said dye, tuff, wer not afflicted. m 1 1 FRENCH PROJECT AIR TRAVEL ITINERARIES Itoutp tn Take In tVmdnn and All lllg titles of h ml horn ltin(H anil AitiMi (Hy Mail ) V.viti April n : r. latil. nil plans for Intel ii.iliun.il jr services er now being woiked ofil by the ! i each govei niiienl arid II I, pinbulila thai om of them will lot Inaugurated lu.'li after the pea. e confruence haa flnlehed work ntnl f ro i n ii Ik v I I'd It, de. Islon, for thv control of aviation In addition rrance writ established sir route, Klin It will be entirely within her on hound, ii lea and then-fone unilnf her control al.iuu. I'ne nf the itioat priletitlou lien, i n ia thai fur a nerii. e winch nl run I xinil oi I'ai I l.irsrlp I i. i no - N.' ( lew . I :r inUiHc i 'nnHtjiriii. ncpl" Am. ther 11 rr will be cslah tislie.l l.eiwci.n I'.ir 1, and M.irooio and I'a.'U and Madrid prubitldy will he llrtkc.1 up Thi'io me at iiencnt two ,er'lce, "in ..f I'.i!. niie l.i I,., ml, .n an.l Hie other to l.lile su!d llrussels Tlie former l al the tnonient for mllltury tuiH.iiMM oiiiv. hut plans hue peeri III. I fur a silil.e thai ,ll l.enefll the geneiul pul. lie Hn tar there I, no lliteiill.ii l.i make till, a puwnger siuvli s, hut the. frasilnlllv Is being dlaeitmed f sending tslsgrams and special delivery letters between th two raji'.lale by air. iy' - tak only shout thves hours fcyr the trip so that a taligram could be dollvrred qulckod in thl, manntr than by wire. It la probabla that a charg of p,r. hapa S francs would be made for the carrying of letters. Th, oilier firm, are about to start similar ee. vices with tha permission of the g.ivi rrrtneiit. In View of this II Is iirnhabl (hat no regular govern, uient sin lies will he established, sl lliougii of course mllltury airplanes afe carrying supplies and dispatches in the (i. ni iiuliy. The lime required to fly to liiuasela from I'arla Is sleout two hour snd a half. Good Clothes for Good Citizens E3: eSI IT is pretty well known nowadays that good clothes are an important part of pood citi zenship. They have a preat influence on the morale of a nation. They pive men confi dence in themselves and in you. Our part ia to supply such clothes to the men and younp men of Tulsa. We're doing so every day to an ever-increa.sing number. If you want such clothes see us now. Quality Is the Point GOOD clothes can't be made from any but Rood ma terials. The quality must be right in the first place or they'll not be right in the last place. They must be as finely constructed inside as they are outside. They must be tailored by hand in order to hold their shapeliness through long service. With all tht good clothes that are made now few can compare witH those you'll see here. IN point of style you'll ind these clothes exceptional. The fabrics, the workmanship, the shades, the pat terns, are all of the sort that appeal to men who can afford good clothes and who can't afford any other kind. We can fit men of every build. The values are as good as the clothes . Ml $40 $45 $50 up New Spring Shirts HERE is a very remarkable stock of shirts. Complete, of fine quality, in beautiful patterns madras, fine crepes, jerseys, broadcloth and taffeta silks fibers too. So many of them any man will want a dozen on first sight $3 up. New Clapp Oxfords YOU need Edwin Clapp oxfords for more reasons than one. For style, comfort, service, good looks. All the new ones are here now. English or straight lasts $12.50 up. Others at $10. Clear the course, at the 19th' hole for (M.IMkOO v w fl ' C f I f R V If I l m ii I m .sfW aV wrr s 'J A beverage of' delicious flavor, mellow and satisfying. Rich in food value, pure, wholesome and invigorating, it's the beverage to drink after any game and for all the family all the time. For sale everywhere. Try it today. , Farmers and Merchants Produce Co. First St and Cincinnati Ave. Phone 781-782-788 SCHOENHOFEN COMPANY, CHICAGO III MMMMI 3 ( I .in I; tS i i adansky rothers 212-14 Syviitb Main 1 aJ I Weak, runnilowTt, tired, Unties s men cannot compete In the rae to win in the work of the world. You must be atronjr, Tirile, energetic physicallj fit and well able to take your place, to do your part You loolc as you feel, and appearance ia everything:. Big: men of affairs demand employes who are fully up lo the mark. Workers must be able to deliver one hundred per cent effi cient Take RICH TONE and Be Efficient KflMenry rnrrHs of well being you ran't P Undent ualrHfl you feel efllrient KICK TONK makes men efficient because it aide la making them trail."- KKJII TOUR, THK FAMOUS TONIC, wag prrMTibfr! by a well known physician at hie own health resort. He advocated rent, good food, plenty of sleen nnd a tonic. By this treatment ht; encrgiwu his patienta. TJila treatment eaa be yoar right t hoirua. YOU can be OTerflnwine; with ener87. Yoej ran have buoyant spirita born of health and Itrtng-Ui and virility. You can ( to your work with a love of the task before yea. You can accomplish it with the least erf TAKE IUCH TONE and aid naror. hi he effort to energise you; bo well to winl At all druggists, $1.00 fti botU. The A. B. Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Tex. liniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiinuni