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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JUNK 22, 1919. COMPLETE SERVICE ON 0. U. R. MONDAY , r i mUm " OHMaik mil 1 ooii '" ' an - Lclll. laOlll BMM ""J- , WLL REFUSE RECOGNITION rtrm,,. tai Tlfthf w "" (,,,11 id, iT-iin imih" ".. l.. . ogataa TMSi 1 nkn. ., r rrarhln an at;ramrnt rmr amplayaa hdMnli iboma Union luiiway com- "J. prapaMal to raauine rom r,,, ., via Monday morntnic w"h gr f. r. . Imlalrrril up by aonir .,,. o , mS who did "t Qttlt, ae giUliiiK in lcriral Hiiprrlninidrnl up., ificr ha hid allandad a con ,,,,. v:'h the oily offlrlula at Ha ' ......lay aflrrnoun. al whlrh i- aurM compleia pro- uelion ""l1 ha lfn tho runt pany j ,i . vlolonoo would he onun- Aff i , . oi ii' iuin Kwan ii-j noi intend attempting la aitree f' a ,' . workman undnr a cijniiaci , ,. , .i u rt whlrh Inrluden rerof- llon of tha new union Tha com . n i i . .Una; with the pro- ' ' Idlni new nun 10 the pay- fU i in II la aaid ara raat laarn- , ola their rura. iA ,n Hie new union claim .4, J lorlty Of the rurmen have r. 1 ,. eerllon, No. 2. of ,. i K.inwiled Aaanrlatlon of md Klertrlr Itallway Km Mr ot mrrlra, and Ihnt tha new Z . iii will "alt tlnht" until Zjpil Ion 1 forthcoming from tha gjMO) Thi' ' il'irlty of amployaa Joined . ... !' l.lav nilil It I M I tlHTa 1 f lf vii - " - ,,,, i.iunn etaie that they hav .,. , . i mj per cent organisation ta. fhe Oklahoma I'nlon offlelala ra nt to eonaldot tha nrganlaatlon of ht mm ahd maintain that the trou ii la about paaaed. elnre a naw ree which will oparals tha ayatem i kehiK orgajlltad. Memhera of tha k . Ihof will remain out un it mitlon la grantad. and he- ,. Hill win out In the and. H railirnl metluids will he mloiii- ,1 ,, ! peratlvea who ara out. i i ! W" wiiii a emiernent n , lataaon, organliar, In whlrh i.i m'I violent notion would not ke iolrntr,i by tha naw union offl - - i mm ana for forcing the com ;my ni l eiilmlaalon. MAKE OBLIGATIONS LESS, ROOT SAYS fONTINfBII 'B"M PAOF. ONR Irtu - i talking to neveral arna- a )u' u rni.le the aanata chamber Itftfn the "p' h win made The ,iker alao quoted an appeal 'I rv I'reeldent Tft agulnat the lkni r.- liillun, In whlrh Mr Taft rgfd Hint iii'iitl) ahoulil atop at the litter tdgO. ' agrt-e wtth that perfectly. " ron- Lsifd Mr llorah. "Dnei poll lira M al Ih" witter a edga regarding u Mniir ' itortrina? lea. nut on 'ir'V'-f Hie water And an with tiulllHi.H of other thing In thin r uinl It la Inconceivable that Itii can he kapt out of polltka. for t:Vep'" haa no way to exprrsa -I., eici lit thi ough polltaMJ yi tint the view of thoae who MO'I th- round robin?" Interrupted Mtor I'onierma. damocrat of iihlo Se-.ikH fur Mini- If 1 ran . nly aaaume to apeak for la-eavir ripllad Mr Borah 'There li'fer .i nii Inatant when I would have itennunred my party aa row. Ih If ll bag taken a ntand for thla kgua Vr luya (the republican na- mial COmmlttOO chairman) aaya u an Atnarlcnn aueatlon It la. M It haa two aldea, and on which r : 1 itand 1 have pam a republican all my ' I ': ltd Ilka to remain a re Ulran hot I would tramnle anv hlalfurin Ihat endnraiHl thla trearher- .1 srhn" and I would gagl upon I-r p!atnrrri that waa allant on the ibjtct The International banker tf nion"i.olle everything In tha Mt( gtlgti Imt they can't monopav N the nclit to organise a naw po "Ittl party. Mr, llitv" run nnl nmmtl th re. Ihilintn .,irtv to neutrality. Certain BWrHklli'lllH diin't want Ilia imrl. In P defltii'e poaltlon becauaa they "w trie ii mnrmtlc party la thor ly orrnnlr.ed and that In averv rfinrt In the t'nlle.l Rlatca In fWtlrg tor the league of nntlona I ilkn of ra Ihtrty. Ir. HtiailM le arnlln.l tti m.rrl 1 Of 111,. (n1tBl nnav ataHln. hla bfWence i,i rcpuhlli an to get the ny no f. take n atnnd aaralnat the Whv la ha hara-1 Whom F0 he r. in eenf Ro far aa I em njnarried it doean't make any dlf- ' it the rapnlillcnn party ' k "iv there will he a nartv Airplanes Hunt Bandits Even in the Mountains and Dense Woods of Haiti and the Dominican Republic the United States Marine Air Force Does Ef fective Work. T I md for American right" " Dr.STOTTS four a. m. to s SO p. m I'l.r.a .IJ: Tuea.lav .,,,1 ltur.l... kulu. a a . i,iinia, I iu m. MenlMMI aagc "ill 10 Richard Bldg., Third nrl Rotton Avenue. I uln, OkU. From the mountain" and dencelv wnodeil nieaa of the leland of Haiti came the liarkhnnn of that orgunl xatlnn of aturdy And mailed ma rlnea who made world luatory In KVance The two llttla counlrlea. the republic of Haiti and the Onmlnlcan republic, have never hitd eufflrlent military fnrrea of their own to aup preae roving handa of hnndlte whlrh Infeat ihem, o aid waa obtained from the fulled Htntea, which e Ubllahed a military government In each roiintry. During the paat few yeara ma rlnea have driven the bandlla from the major portion of the Island, hut niimernua handa atlll remain In the deeply wooded eitntern province" flere the h.iudlt" are well protected ' 'nly the augar cane planlatlona ond a few imiill plalne celled ""ahanan ' hreak the fOrOM outline and aleeply "looping, "harp ridged mountain" of the Interior are aa Ihlrkly woode-1 aa the table land" below. After Beadttg With Alrplanrw. Throuuh (he foreat run outuer oua winding Iralla. ao narrow In plaree that mounted troop" cannot ride twn abreaat. IatMChmenta of Iroopa have lificn been ambuahed from the undergrowth along thee tralla. but, thanka to the bamili"' lark of "kill with firearm", raeual Ilea have been few Only the nolaa of the bandit" making away In the underbruah nffara a target for the troope, Hecently, ae an eiperlment, an aviation force waa ami to Una dla trlct to opetala with the other ma rine" The work II flag accompllahed In a few Blent tag la worthy of men tion from a acleullfic. ita well oa a mlinury viewpoint. The fleet divi sion, auuadron D, murine aviation force, e.miprialng nine Oflloerg and 1SI men, under rumnvind of CgBl W. K I'antrhtrv dlaeinlmi ked at Ben I'edro tie Ha BO rig Kehruary ar.. 1 1 1 II Title orKMn'ixatlon prooaadad nine nillea Inland to CttMUOlO, wberg a camp alt,, hum eatabllahed and rk en a flying field begun one month later the I ' H S l.tke Rupirlor ar rived OUtglda the hnrhor of Uacgrli with I7.r. tone of aviation gMppflae, Including llg plane" a aleel hangar, gaenllne. nil nnd lUltUMI From the ahlp to the Tonenelo Rugar companv dock" on the Magul river I" n dlalance of 111 tnllea WHh the nld of n barge ol.talned fi,,ni the "ug.ir ootnpeny, flva irlpa ware meda from the ahlia to the doefcg "t fmi aueln, the mulerlal there unloaded ftn flat Mira and hauled over nar row gaure railway to the (lying field, Ml fiance Rendj for Wnrk The ihln arrlv' d Off Marcnrla on Tueaday March X r (in ivldav niorn. In March 27. nil material win on the flying field and that evening the flral plane took the air. making a eueoaegfttl flight Three dav" Inter the tit plauea wrre In rommlaelon nnd ready for aei ili Quite recently a plane waa bndtv damaged In landing al a point It mllea dlatant by air line. Fjtrly the following morning a reacue party of 15 men arrived The entire plane waa 'torn down and loaded on an o I rurt. the only aallalle nicana of ttanaporf.iilon ll waa beUled In thU I manner to the end of it narrow gauge rellway. Dy mil it wa beuled to the dm ki of a aug.ir loinpam I loaded on a barge, lowed for a din I tgttoe of right tnllee dOWfl one river land up (vnother to the CoRtauelo dock", and again hauled 'by rallwav 140 the flying, field, arriving then- a' 6 o eloi k the "ami evening The fol I lowing afternoon the plane waa again I caiuy 1 1 1 1 net v li e. , Plnati or Wnrk la Do, Theac two Inn, nice" of mei h.i'ilcn ; efficiency ate hard to OOJUnl and 11 I" needle"" to R.ty that the men lOOb with pride on their work, for which they have ulieady been offlciall commended From a military ItOAdpolBt, the aviation force" hit" been npitllv auc eegefuL due largely to the work of t'oionel j 0, ttreoaanrldea, In com inaiid of all Iroopa in Una dl")rct Though ttaeit are no enemy plane, or null aircraft guua to liitaaa till aviator", thrv find plenty of UOOftll work to perform Thrlr work I" entirely In co opera Hon ivliii the Iroopg Officer! In command of foot or horat mnrlnof hate beefl taken In girpaBflf flight" over the dlatrlct n whlih lint op eiate unci allowed to obaerve the contour of the land, the laxger tralla. the moat favotuMe plai'ea foi handll i untie and the beet nicana of reaching Ihem. The aviator". In their pairol". fly over the mountain", goerchlna for bandlte rampi, manplng new trail" and all point of mllitarv Intorgej When bandit" Inite been located by Iroopa In denae. Ingnnagglhla arena 'if .ttwtiom fl over and drop a few botnbi In their mldai A they come out of the lanllag Kiev ate algad by the evei ready manna on foot Though the homba need thn far have beegl OMtfttetOa of gaaplpe and loaded with lilm k BOWder, they hare had it decided effeot on the hitndlt". who have hern aurrender- lug and turning t licit at ma In In roi: SPAVINAW a Bredetaew, one of 'be t nreeidentg Of tne I'lrat Na tional bank, la for the bondl Mi llr.tdli.iw until properly bet I and pgyg tnea And he d in'1 coma to in deelefon un til he had made a IborpUgU ittldy of ijie Hpavlnaw tnopoali mn And when it banker inakea an Inves tigation into it finnnolnj propoel Hon and paeeeg Judgmeni you may know that It I" a pretty Bund project, for banker" are alway" pretty inreful about ei'cndlng ttaelr money. inland Orchestra Call 242 ii 1 m for Spavinaw SAM MAYES frUHMI main i in a.i - -j it.. Waaaaa H. 1 eare. raeava" li'i'e number" They apeak of the leirplenea a ''blrda of eell" ami the homba an the blrda' "rggr " Only I by actual nherrvatlnn ran thev be COhVlnOed that men actually tiavi! In i hfgi machine" althOUPh there have bren a f i marine nvtetorg with the nary for geveraj eara, a dlatltictly murine Hon force did BOl el"t until the lummer of mi. wiim. due Ohlefly to the rfforta of Mai Alfted a Cunningham, four eojuncVona arera organleed, irained ui Miami ami gem iiv . i .can. ' t mar Into action ehortly he fora the gntilgtloc wa glgned, gome highly ctedltahe work una nrconi pahed, tllOUgtl Hut were very fit or Ii nanitlontoed by lach of pleneg ami gqulpmenl Hoorevpr,' long a. Ibe United Itetea marine fotloea Uu faeclnailng geneg time purcull of ch laing hnndlt" out In the "atlika. ' 'In- MiaH maiine avlallon force will find plenty of woik to do and ia rj. :'r.N.ai rrMiv PIUI.AI'CI.I'III A. June 'I 'rfe Irangpori Qhloan bringing l.itl iinopn docked lime today, one day overdue. lull" arxnitd the veae Included lb" tt bakery compai y be aent to Came Boerla and r.nta engineer" Ben l( baltalnm. rotiipnnv 10 to Camp rjordon ami Camp niiei by, lltll haae bOCpltal will go t fori .di lc Nurtw-a to Hi-iiirn. I day by Mayor finmern The reaanr, Oglethorpe; fifth field remount lUAIti:.. June I sit American i given waa ' Ihe preaence of tha Vll qaadron will partly go to Camp t p- Red Croea nuraoa oaring for Carranaa I Haia," but it waa not known whetinv UadSJn .0.?rUB5n.r,V?rtu! " ' VI I. b. Willi. h. mayor refetred to villa wound.,, ally Nil ()! nWl) W1 khl 0hl0n Wrt r'"M h01pllnl w n- n I ltl lol)r t li !.rf.nr of th Villa forr.' from kihiiI) Mtul wi'H1 I rot urn to Iho Ahum ii,.u ta ynler j nrtir Juntf i. HARLOW'S All Week Bargains, Offering Staple Mer chandise at prices in many instances LESS THAN THE WHOLESALE PRICE TOD A Y. House Dresses "FVUde in Tula" Polka dots, stripes and checks; values up to d A O 12.50 tM.O Hope Muslin; per Oi yard 6K, 6-inch Percale Narrow Percale Dress (I.nghanis; 1 a few left laL Toile (lu Nonl tin's. OA Gingharn OUC New Shipment Midsummer Hats l-eghorn. dine and Oat rich, Pant Novelty Trims at u'aaiiw New Feather Hate; the lateet New York rr.ne; hackle and plgron frith $9.98 ioo Hala at $1.00 Peggy Cloth, the best for rompers per yard . . 35c English nainsook, per yard 35c Baby nainsook, per yard 45c Georgette crepes, we have all colors, per yard $1.98 Fancy Parasols from 60c to $5.98 "V- Rain or Shine parasols, black or colors $3.50 to $5.98 Ladies'Oxfords temple leew Cvtei n few left in .la and 4a, high or low hceln, h'"a "i.iu half price, at. $1.98 to.$3.98 laca lot Ixil of riinia ami Oifortla; high or low heel, black f II to $N .Ml rfl Qf 10 riiee out . !)4.7J Bneglnar llpprw: all alr.ea an t colore, the kind nthera ak more than wo $1.75 fantii OiforttN and luiiiw $1.98 $2.50 $2.98 i, AMI t P All fhlldrrn'a l Nlmrn at llargaln l'rlira. SKIRTS Kllk Poplin Hklrta. ail Oolera $3.50 Vmi Silk Hklrta. In many lP4 (IO ' Pt.aO at 1 OU MTD ITP PI.a70 h Lmonog Hllk AND X V I I'i.i70 We Have the Style Toil Want The Busy Bargain Store HARLOW'S 20S South Main Retiring From Business ON ACCOUNT OF OUR LEASE EXPIRING WITHIN A FEW MONTHS IT IS ABSO LUTELY NECESSARY TO CLOSE QUT EVERYTHING THERE WILL BE NOTHING RESERVED. WE II AVE A WONDERFUL STOCK I F ALL HIGH-GRADE Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silverware and Novelties FIXTURES ARE ALSO FOR SALE WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT AMERICAN JEWELRY CO. J. A. li'VI.Po, Mpr. i .T1 IlilKUSlKLLI I il ; J We'll Noi He Satinfivd Utiles You Are to Tailored an You Want Them Are You Looking For Clothes Comfort Then Let Joe Eagle Make Your Summer Suit OU'LL hardly notice the hot days- X because the wearer of clothes "tailored as you want them" enjoys com fort and coolness. Then, too, he always is neat and dressy in appearance. . NO TROUBLE to show you the dis plays of summer fabrics in all shades and patterns it will, indeed, be a pleasure. $35 to $85 Shantung Palm Hear hen Silk Mohair Kool Cloth Aerpore Tropical Woolenn See Our Windows 219 s See Our Windows Dedicated to Better Homes The Secret of Summer Comfort Ul. 3 r7. " 9 Ac r"T7 ktiP 'nnnTmrntTT 'ij i I at KJ il ll;p "'!' r ni)iiiiiiinM Vjrn i i I -; - - r The atmosphere of thi' honu should he attuned lo the weoton. Through Ihe n orm xummt r monthn Ihe home nhould he dreed in refreshing attire that nuggentn eoolnenn and com fort. Thin can b Accomplished by th proper up of carefully Mltetod Draperiei and HainrinK appropriate Cushion ami Sum mor Htijfii ami by tin: Introduction ot f w piecea of iroll cboton lummtr furniture. For the benefit of those who pride themselves in the beauty of their homes Mh.vhs has sought out ihe most advanced ideas in summer drapery and upholstery materials, Bummer rus and the most desirable types of worthy summer furniture. Hand wrought R I Pieces1! especially featured, are particularly de- slrable, and may properly enter into the permanent furnishing of any room. The graceful line-, the generous proportions and the artistic shapes of these pieces Immediately create an environment which Bug gests hospitality, comfort and refinement, B is comparatively inr-Kv pensive furniture. ' we extend an Invitation to come and see our Interesting display of summertime furnishings.