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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUN DAY, MAY 11, 1919.
17 IGH-CLASS LABOR SEEKING JOBS HERE hUNDRED CALLS aCH DAY I ,' lln-lutnli w " in Vr Future rrllrt M,., ,r aanrl? optn for . ,.n Monday nmrnlnf (W I La MO p.lirnti. for th. po.l- ,, .nrlari'il IM" ! l :at- rniploymnt turenu lt . , ai IiIIa man hl Him lu k.n m.!i-am' for wotk very ni.ulK a poorer nowinic in 1 1. fin jii.nlllniin 11 wurk li. f""' " ..(.:l,:,,. rii of th rlty now hv ,,, n ih nmniry. 11 i " iimi--. of tnkiiiit any (inn who run i Tin. nm ufltv or ino P5! in fr Munition rr work.r f 1 HUI'TI'T i", m ' -. rn of m"lllK,nri'. biihiit m .mini.' In ulrnont evrry cruft and I nnl m.w Tnli ml vMnlty ha" ,n. cll m Inking rare of III tin- .nnl"""t Tim Kovcrnmi-nt mnnr ir.ll 111 pill' I'll in jmniiiiu a.wvu rn nni' .luniiHry I. ami Minnuinii on of H"" f'w that haa riot ,por', mirpniH or mnorfra. ai rni'Til, linwi'er, inn iiuhiiuii IcrioiK Min in uniform ami iin- In flnil 1'inpl'nnifiii fire nwom. rmiuli.ir Mum on in aircria. t lhl pllv hHVf ,n iu'll in tlif mutter of placing i reliiriiiiiK coldiiT iihok in nia cm k " ....,1 Mr ' "hnwr-vpr. w iihti" lo do than that. I'rac- rally rirrv liic il noy wiio haa ttrrn rhiirfil from tlir aervlro hna r irnM I" Tii If i and hna broiiKht hla unki'' villi III'" It I lP to mixa , we th.it l'"lh .! employment." Tn !ni I" I hi' moiit prnaprrou rlty i tho I'niii-d Hutr and thu oppiir- iniiii'ii li'"r' hiivi' hern widely ad- 'ftiitf'l Ju't vi'aierday two ininipra ,S.i in tnun from New York. unriit piitv rent of their dia- hiKe nionev I" hny tlrkM here. finm ewrv e'ate In trie union r r"inr lute for work. MerordH f the loi'.il Mireaii ahow Ihut men nm 11 different alalia applied for liini her" vesierdity. i kaii.i.i ih-il hv the end nf the fit three month' the country will iiwrlrni'e a very aerlnua lnhor ahorf. r Vjit' il not com down, nor ! the prii e or miiterial necreaee ,;hln th net two yeara." laid rl "If employera In thla lo- illly lire cnntrmplntinir any nuiici g.nr rntm'riii llon work In the fu ire thv "hould ln'cln It at once If iey nt to ei'ciiro the neceasnry Bilior." Mr Crown Prince Provet Good Pottery Maker WASII!NiTN, Mny JO. In troddi'titiK I'. W. Ilnlienrollern, a (1 1 1 rcttti ar iiuinaKer of (ha Wlerng irhi ruiei'llmkkerlj. manufuc- turrri of llle nrtd earthenware. The former crown prince of (Wnmny )i how a hualneaa man. rcorilinn to advice reaching the depaitnipm of commerce today. A iltreuttnir riinnaiter of the llle runi'ern. which haa Hit fartnrlra on ih Island of Wflringen. In the N'Tth tea. the one time heir to !hf Herman throne aald to be the "bruins' nf the company. And the rompanv. mindful of the advaniap of having a manager n well known, I exploiting the fart, according to the report rearhlng hire, hv producing a tilnl portrait of the former prince, ti"lng him attired in an' outing milt Here Are American Honor Medals .There are but four medal for bravery authorUed by the t'nlted Htii'ea government. They re ahown In the accompanying nketchea. The cotigrrewional medal of honor were authorlitd In )M1 The diatln rdlahed aervlce medal and dieiin ffiilehed eervlce croaa were both mi thorUed after Atiirlca'a entrance Into the European war. I'rlor t that lime the only decoration con ferred for bravery were the medal of honor, whirl) are awarded only by action of coni real. There are two congreaalonal med ala. They are of equal value. Uno la for the army and the other la for the navy and marine rorp. The latter la worn on a ribbon around the neck, while the army medal la attached to a email ribbon and worn on the breaal. However, they are rarely worn at all gave on atate occaalon. There la a colored bar for the army medal which la worn the earn aa campaign bar on field iinlforma. The medal of honor I the highest poaalble award. Next comes the dlMtltigulehed aervlce croaa, which la awarded by the prraldenl, or In hla name by the commanding general of the American expeditionary force In Kurope for extiuordlnary hcrolam agaiiiat the enemy. The dla tolugutahed aervlce medal la awarded by the preaiden to either men or women. In cl.ll or military port! t Ion a, for exceptionally merltov loii aervlce In duty of greut reapon alhlllly. or Instance, Herbert Hoover received this medal for hla work a food administrator. A total of 3.91 S riiatingiilxhcd aerv lce rroanr have been awarded to officer and men who served In the recent war A total of RM, or more tlmn double the number given to any other dlvlalon. went to the Hc ond (regular! dlvlalon. Including the Kirat ami HI at h regiment of I'nllcd Slate marine, the Ninth ami Twtin. ty-thlrd regiment of liifiinlry L'. H. rniy and the Hccond engineer. The lint dlvlalon came next with 3011 crnaae. and the Third rrrular villi 233, came third. CMIllttrlkk rJllleew MMt o eaoi m -. I eri Maaiaa. cwei 5 1 line of Ibe imiHt i1ccnriiti.fi .tiliut men who served In Kramii la l'ui Heigeant Dan lialy of the nuirlnii corpH, who haa now returned nftir iniiiy jrais ecrvice as h leiiiricr neck. Daly won the ronrcanloniil med.il of honor In the lloxer trouble in China and later In Haiti In France he won the dtniinguinhe'l Hrrijr-e cruhn and w.irt i comitii'iiilcd the third time for the medal nf honor. Kergrant Valor John ijnh k of SI. Ijfiul. anoilii'r olit tiitM' ma rine, won the mi'ilnl of honor in Culm iliiiing Hie SiHiiil"h war mid again nt Vein I'rnx In I'UI He won the d tut IngiilHhcd aervlce cruse In I'rancc. Report Austrian Navy Trrm More Stringent Than Given to Germany Hf TK Aateritlnil PeaK I'AHIH. M.iv - The naval term . nf the treaty between the. Alliea and Auslri. a noiecompletcd. are far more nirmgent than the nival term tn the treaty with Germany, aa the Auitrlan navy I completely ilnguiehed. All the large hl are to be aurrendered to the allied and tuaioclaled power and no nuclei! of the fleet wtfl remain The only craft of any kind which the terma give tn Austria are thoie for use on the Danube, but theaa will hot be available outside that river The term are restricted In the aurrender of the Austrian bai lie ciusiere, deatroyer and olher ships without providing for the deposition tn be made of tbem, which will be aubseuent!y ad Juied between the allies and the asaoci.iieil power. A the fleet opeinted In the Adriatic chiefly attains! the Dalian navy, the Dal ian are showing great Interest In the .allolment, moat Of the ehlpa being at ports under Italian con trol. Jugo-rtlav authorities are alio allowing an lnlant desire to he repiesenied when the disposi tion of the Austrian fleet la de ceded upon . Iloundarlc All lliesl Fly T)i Atkonatsd l'rea. J'AltIS, Friday May . The coun cil of foieigit ni In Is I era thl after noon fixed the houndarlea between Oei ho Slovakia and Jugn-Hlavla and made (irogreae toward the edjuinni of the hew Itumaiiiau houndarlea. The niiestloii nf lifting' the blockade against Hungary waa referred lo the supreme council for action. DAMAGE SUIT FOLLOWS TAXI-AUTOMOBILE MIXUP An automobile collision In front of the Country club on tll afternoon of April 28 mil the occasion of the fil ing. of u suit asking daipagea of tni) and H.r0 for the Ion of the car service. A. II. Allen, proprietor of u city liixlcnb service, asktiig Judg ment In district court for the total urn. of II.OT.O from the defendant, T. V. Shackle and Mr. Henrietta Shackle. Allen claim that hi agent, VV. it. Cane, waa driving from the club house when tit car which he waa operating at a low rate nf speed waa struck by an automobile driven by Wra. Shackle, partially wrecking the taxlcab and rendering It useless for manv days until repair could be made. Allen claim the accident to be due to the negligence of Mr He hackle In driving her car at a high rate of peed McArlhur fine, to U'oat Point WASHINGTON. May 10. Ap pointment of Ilrlg. lien. Dnugl MacArthur, former brlgdler com mander In the Halnbow division, to be superintendent of the Weat I'olnt military academy wna announced to day by (leneral March, chief nf etff. General MacArthur will aasume hi duties June 12, relieving Ilrlg Gen. Samuel Tillman, who will return tu the retired )it. 1 f'niHnrsi Awnnl ill. WASHINGTON, Mv in. Award ing of thedlstlngulahed service croaa by (leneral Perahlng fur acta of ex traordinary heroism In action, an nounced today hv the war depart ment Include l.leut, Hyrne V. H.i rnnm, Mllford, Tex., and I'rlvate Joe Smith, Center Tolnt, Ark.. Is, Mr W ill A 5 The Ladies are Invited to Visit the DEVOE MIRROLAC Demonstration at This Store May 12, 13, 14, 15 DEVOE MIRROLAC d'hCIAI. IlPMnviOT-nimr. . - .... th """'u.icinfliun irom laciorv win snow vile m:irii.' I.,... e ,i . - . ...-... ufS 0I mc wonderlul household liniah. UEVOF M I DDrvi an ' ti . ..... furnl ! lors imitating expensive woods, used on ,urn'ture, floors and woodwork. CLIP THIS COUPON AND COME IN V.M.l K pmwntpd win, ,v , Tl lA Dl.t'OllAT. When -.Ict,,.,. ,, . to xrne Ulren ' ,,n'llb!i.,J,,,M' ,V rnn " "' VHK MIIUOI,A(V)inil one,2.V 'sl for lie at thl rliirinir DKMONS TKATIOV Jjjjsa Decorating Co., Tulsa, Okla. t . , Carolina f Ixizzari vH'f -Y ry J i I I 0 dry tLoe trare. And calm those fearti, Life is not made for Borrow. del lliego. HAT uplift, what optimism, what reassurance in 1cl Riego'a divinely inspired wonis! Carolina Iazzari, th distinguished contralto of tho Chicago Opera, will sing Tcresa del Kicgo's exquisitely beautiful ong at CONVENTION HALL TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 13TH This generation has produced no greater and few as great cx traltos as Carolina Ixizzari. Iazzari will bo here in person only a short while., hut you may hear her golden voice KK-CHKA1T.D in its full tone Ix-auty, colored with every delicate shade of txprcwuon, by TieNEW EDISON 'TA Phonograph with a Soul" w any time you choose. . The, only difference will be that you will nit before a beautiful instrument instead of a human fornu Iusari hen If can fivt you no mor. Ml Phonograph Sho 7 Exclusive Edisoh?St6res 8 WEST FIFTH PHONE 595 Monday Millinery Specials 200 Trimmed Hats $3.95 $1.95 This in h spec hi I purrhnso and consists nf Milans ariil I.iscre straws, in All shapes ami colors; prettily trimmed; Monday special, each NEW WHITE MILANS MILANS AND LEGHORNS A w mi'lfrf ul BMHi tin im t f W tnU li.illiin Milaiit, il.uiil tlv tihutiH'.l in flnMrrn mm-I t Ihltitnit, Nuiiin f f l linn itrn fm iil wild i.Mr ..( ic m iln new li,iicH. I.atu i n 1 Mtll'l 1 1 M haf'". I 'I It 1 1 HH - chilly fur Munility ST.50 1'tort Kinup of tlntlnn Mllnna H'i'l Kf' ii 'i im I .rithnrrm otnn ii irM l. finrnt rolirflon of In, In v Inui Men 1 1)11 unit N"i. Tlictn iiIhu hti trlimniii in f Inu i m unil r lli hum. All thn f;ic ltlin.ttA htlv Hjti-i-lal M nnl. i y , . $ 10 .51) GERTRUDE A.. MOORE, Millinery Dept. HUNT-MURRY CO. "'Twas Said" During the druft a darky who had been placed in Class 1 appearedrbeforo his local board and said: "Boas, if you can gib me a divorce, dis nipKcr.will po to war." "Rut. Rastus." reolied Parson .Tones, a mfn. ister who was mttinp: on the draft board, "Why, do you want a divorce? Don't you remember you took Liza for better or worse?" 1 "Yeaser, I aint forgot but she done turned out wuss'n I thought. Enough said. If anything we sell you turns out wuss'n we claimed It would come- right in and we'll divorce you from it. ' Cooking Utqnsils and Aids for the Home Women, look here. No mntter what you may want In the way of Cooking Utcn sils, they can bo bought here at tho lowest prices for the best quality kitchen ware. Look over this list ami save money by purchasing now. ' Eight Hi Specials From Houscfurnishing Department HKCONl) KLOOIt Tun 2-qt. Aluminum Sauce The Southern's price. Japan Dust Pans , The Southern's price Good Scrub Hfushes The Southern's price Gray Kiinmel Wash Hnsins The Soul hern's price 30x30 Dust Cloths Tho Southern's price 26c size Furniture Polish, The Southern's price White Semi-Porcelain Cup and Saucer The Southern's price Thin lead blown Tumblers The Southern's price ...25c ' - -m ' T i we : ..........15c L Clean-Up Sale of Lawn Mowers Hcttcr Buy That Lawn Mower Now A line of high-grade Lawn Mowers at unmatchable prices. 'We chal lenge you to' match these remarkable prices. AIL of these mowers are taken from our regular stock of mowers and are repriced for quick selling. COME IX AM) LOOK Til EM OVER AM) COMPARE OUR PRICE WITH OTHERS All $".;.) Mowers, T. The Southern's price t)0 All $7.50 MowersT (PJ A A The Southern's price .... D 1U All $H.r,0 Mowers, tf r7f The Southern's price .... n) ! I U All $17.r.( Mowers, The Southern's price All J 10.00 Mwers, The Southern's price All $12.50 Mowers, The Southern's price All $l!i.r0 Mowers, The Southern's price $12.00 $6.50 $8.00 $9.00 M r Decline Phone, ('. O. It. or Charge Orders. I