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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920.
M i 'it 1 a. 1 1 MB, I M i. n. li Ml lily W ULVJ . LI..' . OPPOSES BEARING EUROPE'S 'BURDEN, Secretary Alexander De-' elares Nation Is Against Movement. j MUST NOT RAISE TAXES Load Is Heavy Now, Com-' mcrco Chief Say. Without Adding New U'vlo. Spaeud to Tli- World. NKW Vil(K, Jan 14. Amerl.'.ui tax payer tniurt nni l.c in uln lo r"ir Kumpft'a burden, deel ir 1 1 (cK'Uiry of Commerce J. W. Alexander today, aildrcaalng tho American Manufac turer' ISxpnrl aocltion hem. "American tnxpayarn arn at pres oiit suf ftr1)ir timUr it heavy hud cf. taxation," "Bid Secretary Alaaamlnr. "Tha government cannot arid In the hwvy hnrdenn (if laxatlim, iliua fur ulieerfully born) lo give large iiaalat nco to ollirr rnunlrli'H. Hueh nilat niicn Mi tho Hulled HlHtwt Hiv.t iiiuat b mi K tiiwIiiMM baala. There v.. II ha certain demanda fr food i allot Which thin country ciinmit Ignore. "If Ihe pence, tinniv were rMtlf unil the league, "f iiHilnnii In npeia tlon, American inveatora wnnla tuf f y.rml confidence In pulling their money lnln foreign at'curlllca. "U a tliim when there I acute iioimI In lluropa for lHblllHlliin. pc Jltlcal mni cconuinlr, M I" verv un forturintn that thn peni'a treaty iihiiillil bn iniidn thn aiil'Ject of PH tUsil debutn In thla country. "Thn fiilnrn gf Amrrlrn.il Induatrv nml commerce; In dependent upon liinrn active, piirtlelpiitlon In foreign countries tliim over befoie. Whiit rvor tho vlowa and thn triclliiallnna of vnrlniiN turn In favor of lii'trphix out of furclRii Hfrnlrn u niunt n-c-okiiIo thnt mi arc I'oinllli'd In fur ilKli roliitlntm, hiith pnUtlrnlly mid roonoinlrnlly. nhlrli wu cHtiiiol m our profit rHcaiic." Kccrolnry Alcsnndir iirul con tlniiiKl ilcvcIopiiii'iU of Iho Ainerlomi inprrhant inarlno. Tlicro In no Krnnnil for thlnkltn Hint tho fnvornliln (iimlilon held by thlH country In the fnrolKii trade floldn will rucplvo any ciloii iipt liiK'k, prnvlilod n lKnroiiH rniiHlrun tlvo pollry lonkltiK tti thn innlntnn nnco und ilnvolopnuMit of our uhlp nirnfn ovnrofaK, Im followed, dorliirml Hncrctnry Alexander Biff ER TASTE SOUR STOMACH PillB and Stroiip; Medicines Made This Lady'H Troubles Worse, But Thedford'H Biack-DraiiKht Improved ller Appetite and Took Away Her liile. .S'c(7; WhvrcaboulH of Oil Man Near Titian; Ills Brother In III START ON PROBE ,VERDICT F0R. DEFENDANT rev. ivtbirnEy buried OF COAL CLAIMS ti.vitfi- fi.nn I'.i'ip.-f fi , Im Ibi' Mil . ill Hnlilv .1 ill ..li V. In, iii tl.ilii' of r'r.ink l-t ink. Mil ol 'II. in, Kllppi ttfll f.l I. I I I ik .iiIi'ini.i iiaku ilial he bn d vlnM in oni. of the uprloim III Iichh nf bin l.iuilicr, Will Hin 1'iink, at the Mayo Inniltufa. In l!orhn tnr. Minn. i Kind Kmnk Punk mnl tll him bl brolhcr i dylnit and wnntu to rr hbu liffnrn bn (Lin,'1 an tba mvaiiiRA trad. Commission IIoar Pre liminary Arguments; (.Jo After Facts. ll.iln.iKi Suit kiiIii- llnlltty Com. pull) l)iinl-i( il on llcninrrrr. iin'h.iiIiik Hi" dfiiHirirr lu tb" , I'lnlntiff i i. Minimr. Iii i he milt "t Uih I..H.I loader aKinot (hp Tulmi i . apcrlci h;' Hi'V I ! ii.minr nf Iho Hand Spring M.lin.!li I'hnri hy-nnd ltfV. Thack- uray. A (piarlet cdmpowd of Situ. t'. I'rliniN I'll) 'Hirlr l.nl Hi'hm-i'Ii In !; Ilcnncii. Mr. J. 1 1, lladlcy, I I. I ' .i r Tulnu .MlnNtiT. I.( VM and V. C Mimtnona aiiiiu two A lirf aimciiildagn of 1 h tnnn frlcniU; ' nhoit burial service wm bold H'li'H l:.nl,i i 'irni.iii, In wlilcli 1 vnthcreil at Die Klrnt Mpthodlat at Hi ac Hill cemetery. I.ifnii or in, 00 were naKed I ir day by connncl for tho pcllflon upon .Married Tlirco CoiipKa liifornunfT the court that tho do- MaribiKO erlces f fendant l now held In tho city Jail , coupleri were perforated under ft charKii of vngrnnc), TIip I yesterday nfternoon b ii petition nuked tho court to rel-nfo Allen, nnaptfitnt immnr f n i tho prlaoner, nlli'RlnK hho whm held Avenue Mi tliodla1 ilinnii In tho city Jail without having filed neivlces took place in i aquliift her ii complalnl. I Htudy. WAHIIIN'iTuN, I. in II A third day of (irKumrnt before 1'realilun' Wltann'a colnliiliiKlon fur aellllng the coal airlk left It pmoiically ready tonlRht to proceed to li examlna- Ull.l, IIKI.I- III :IM All! UiritCII Hon of Ihc facta at puna batwea.'i 'the mlnara and th"lr einployar. Illbln I Iiim of I lrt hrl'llnu I'Iiiiin fh luat nf all epokenmen for the I'art In i omiIiik StIi o mlno worker flnlahe.i ihf prelim- T'lam. f..r the part to bn taken bylMry aialemetit of their qm today. Din Ulbl acbool of Iba Plrat Chrla- and llalph ffawa, counal for tb' Mm church In the dedballoii of Hie , operalora In ih i of i Ira I competitive new chiiri h l Ninth and Moulder i dial rl. t llki wlno eoniplled the n on Humbly. February I, weie inndi. ''' alatemenl In oppoalnon up at the im.nlblv lonf.rence of the "taiora In the central dlatrlct will . .i i ... .., i have one morf araumam. which in.rii.1. nil., inn. ..in m ill" ,,iii-"'' . . . ... ... acbool .Monday evenlnir at thn horn!1'' "da tomorrow by II wniuray. i.iinria in nave l,wui or ,.i. . ,...imv and mora lllble ni'holnra in atlenilan'a ; , " . ..,u,. ? a. the dedication e,erc.at. will begin l!? ullti" rt iha n.lnera at onro. i . ...., I tin l i.mkea innmherahlp at- . PMn,ire SO ner ie.nl Increaan In ri.l.i...K..I .!.. H'.n.l.u nil... iei-,inl inJutlea iecelvd In .Inly of I ....! lH in .in .nitonioblla atreel car col- """ l : 'I'lorK to pny llieir laat, i llalnn the. ( , heard by Judga John rentiecta in Itev. IIuh MclJIrnev. ! Ii'nffnian In diainct court No. t y- well known Tulaun. who dlod Jrtun irda. nan dlamlaaed. I day. Xnthndlat inlnlateni from Mr. KiaiP-r n atlfled that ahe waa ; Methmtlat Kplaropal rhnrtliea of rldinn In a jitney, and when lha ca r ; Tulan and vicinity analnto.l at thn aa crnaalriB IntnrHerilnn of Wheul- aartlcaa ln aveniia, and llodjte elreet. n The aerrrlon waa given by Itev J IHiiiIh lliibfai CorpiM I HnbeiiH corpua petition tit Joanella' Killler. iii'K"-"', filed ill dlatrlct i'..urt Tiiii.I.iv was dlainlaaeit yester- riui It an I will be Tho mliilnuini tendance, expected of each ilnaa Hill bn itniioiuicad next MiinUay, when a ( mi (cat to In. renae tlm memberahlp will atari between Iho, men a and the women' Ulble claW a The complete proKiain for Ihe ' detlii tlnu will be iintinliltc'Ml Mbnrllt' flenrvn Mehneld- j'ley, who will ileillrnm the 'butldlnK, la ixprr:e, In thn city .lanilry '!!), (ii'i'K i:its it.Mit iti:.siiii'..vci2 ;in, (.'mill Alcohol mill I'liko Her ciuio I.mIk'Ih Sclcil by I'. H. AkciiIh. HhIiIIiik the lioiian In tho renr of JIR rtouth Vhenllng nvoitiln yealr iluV', federnl offlccta coilfiacnled 02 Hiiiirta of home-iiiMile. nln, Ihren gal Inna nf xruln ulcohol, 10 pound of Kin labnla and Imitation Koverntnnnt rovtinun tenia and u coinplotn dlatlll Inif Hptmrnttia for inakliiK Kin. W. N. Killer, deputy I'nlied Hlaloa nmrnlml, unit K. H. Maciiiou, a. (lepnly In thn IiiiJIhii enforceiiient aonvlcft, Incalod mid aolind lha liquor which waa locked up In Din fedenil btilldlnit; iicnilliiK furthar InveallRn llon of I ho matter. mra," jnnn Moore, preaiueni oi the Ohio rtlairiei enul. "No coal miner can tell whether the mln la irnlnK to work thn next day or not." John I. Iwla actinic prealdent of lha I nltcd Mine Workers, gjve out a alalemanl relieratlna lhat the minora' demand for a U-ho,nr week onl aaked "iiaauranco lha! Ihey Hill havo not e than HI) hour of ateudy work each week In thn year. "The public baa Iho wrong Im praaalnn on that aubjecl," l.ottla aald, "bocaui.a they wero lad In In Hove that (ho minora we.- mipimod to working more Hihii 3D houra ,'i week. Til h fact la Iho coal miners cannot earn i living for the whole inr by tvnrMlug only n pari of I In Mine, no Innttor hou many houra a day bo may work Mill If ha can Im h sail r el of not leaa than 30 houra a week throughout the lear at a ronaoniiblo' anil fair unga he can make a. living for hliiiaelf mid hla family." 'I'n 1 1 vi I u Cough Tnko ltAYKH" IIHAI.INH HO.VHV. 8c Advt alrtet car, negligently operated bv nn agent of the defendant company collided wllh thn automobile. Hhe claimed alio waa permanently In- i jurad when the Jitney waa thrown on lh curb by the collision. C'ouna.-I for tho defendant showed i by wllneaa thn! the motnrmen nf the I aTeat car .is ringing hla gong pre-1 vloua to Hi" iic.ieii and that the i driver of the jitney dr.iM! hla auto-1 mobile Into the street car I MASONS SUBSCRIBE FREELY, Member of ('iimpalgii Committee Arc Milking frogri-sH. (Subscriptions for the n-w MhsoiiIc lemplc are eomlng fiom fur and' wide, according in .Inacph Iirmioi. Minpalgn dlrecinr. "We nr getting i ailhacriptlons fiom former Tulaiina, In nil the sum. muling alulea." aald .Mr. Irmio(. "Uiat weok wo had a check fur 1)00 from a man In l.na Angelea who haa hla membcrshiii here " . . Memliers of the cnmpalgn tennis are ery nctlve and nil hope to con- Hide the cnmpulgn this month The leinple when It Is built will be tho largest blue lodge and York Kite, building In Ihe slate. WOMAN BURNED IN FIRE liiianlliu, Igultcil II) I Vict Ion. Curars .Mrs. Ilnrlai'lier In llccclio Iturns While cleaning ('Initios ut her! office. Klx iiiIIhs wiat of Tu!s.i. Mrs. 1 Da. ar llorlaehor, win pulnfu ly , burned Mbout Iho fare and b nlv uhen lha RuaolliiH Ignited and ox- j plodod. 1 Hlaxlng gaaolinc ui hulled n'out thi) room, Htittlng it uflro, but il wa ettlugulahoil ipilckly. W. Abel, pastor of the I'lrst elmrrh of Tulaa, and Itev. John H. Thack aray. auperlntendent of the TnKi dlHrlct, prealded. Itev J. W. Maker of tho Mnthuillat church at Nowut.i gave Ihe obituary address and lte I, U llrHiiiion. (instor nf tlin Onul" Meninrlal ihurch. thn acrlptiiri renilini.' The opening and closing prner- ROUP Spajmodlc croup la usually relieved with one application ol rAP0RUi "YOUR BODYGUARD" - 30f, 6071.20 Knncy, ICy. Mra. Corn 'WndillP, a rcaldcnt nf thla place, gives out this atntcinctit: "I hnvo taken lllnck Dratieht nnd found It to bn Iho best liver medicine I ever used. It linn Juat been fine for Indignation, notir stomach nnd a bitter taslo In thn mouth. "I uueil to got blllmiH nnil consti pated mnl had to tnko anmclhlng. l'llla mid other atrong mt'dlolnes would only tour my stomach up nnd leuvo mo In n worse fix than bolero taking? I Iickhii to have alck hcud- uche . "After learning of lllaok-Urniight 1 look It mnl waa cured of Nick head nches. Onn or two doaea 11 week, or a pinch nftcr menls, kept the hownls npon mid took uwuy nil tiiln. I hnvo n good appetite, duo to my uno of Ulnck-Draught," If your liver la not nctlng properly you may nuffor from audi nymptoma na htiaduche, blllousneas, constlptt tlon, lrullgcatlon, etc., nnd tin 1cm ro lief la obtained scrlnuu trouble may rciiulL In Itn 70 years of micceisful use, Thedford'a lllnck-Uraught hna been found to relievo these nllmenta nnd etlmulnto tho liver to do Its work. At all druggists Advt. SNIFFLE SNEEZE "A STOCK PLOT" Banish them ly mln& Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-lloney THOUSANDS rccommcml it. Dr. Hell's Pine-Tar-lloney Un't an experiment, hut 11 cuup.li anil colli remedy that lias steadily ciown popu. lar because it is quickly cllrctive. I'"or liiiRering colds or roufihs or fresh attacks iti balsamic and liealiiiR ami (cptics are sure to bo licnr-tici.il. It brniRs speedy relief from phlegm-congestion, inllammatinn, tickling bron chial tubes, (jood also for hoarseness, coughs due to Ktippo, and kindred ail ments. Econoniiral a Ixittle goes a long way. 30c, 00c., $1.20. A Fine Family I.axatlvo ro-OoLat, Nature's piovcd auljUnt, rtlrt the bile and ens (be liver on the Job. Unlike calomel. l'o-IJo-Lat U mild but positive in action. It promptly cortei.lt cunititwdon in 6(1 c. I younff or old . ull Druultu. For centuries authors have used the breaking of a WILL as the deep dyed plot of the unscrupulous villian. In these modern times the "movie" plots are of the same type and nearly every day you will find in your -paper refer ences made to some court action re garding a WILL. EIGHTY-TWO PER CENT 0E ALL LITIGATION REGARDING WILLS CAN HE PREVENTED. You are too good an executive not to leave a WILL and also too wise to at tempt to draw it yourself. Go to your attorney and have him draw your WILL, name a Corporate Executor, and .Trustee, have an independent expert test your will, and place your WILL in the fireproof valuta of tho Exchange Trust Company, free of charge. If you will follow the above suggestions, you will not contribute to the supply of "STOCK PLOTS." We invite you to confer wtih our Trust Officer regarding Corporate Executors and Trustee Service. "HOW WILLS ARE DEFEATED" is our latest booklet May we send you one? Exchange Trust Company H East Third Street, Tulsa, Okla. "Service and Strength" Affiliated h Tb l.m-h.ingo National Hank it Tu s.i DR. ALLISON Hours 0 a. til. to (1 p. in. 142 Ent Third Street Telephone) Oigo 037U Serviceable Clothing ai a Reasonable Price When you see the mate rial, workmanship and the style features of these SUITS AND OVERCOATS And then note the price you will easily sec that wc are selling the same values cheaper than other stores. It will pay you to buy now for next season's prices will be higher. Suits Priced $25 to $45 Overcoats $18 to $45 Holmes Clothes Shop SOUTH MA-IN The Stare for Men The Home nf French Shriner and Urncr Extra Quality Shoes There are just three things you ought to know about your shoes before you buy them Will lhei be comfortable? Will then wear well and retain their shape? How much do then cost? We guarantee an affirmative answer on the first two counts, and as to the cost, we can sell you the finest shots in town At $10.00 and $12.50 and up to $20.00 319-321 South Main St. I l red pJS--r&cc, s 'f.at.H-a-J Ifl SfVSJ i.UU T.-r' Legion irswc SSjPi Union - MOP UP i. w wT'nwr,- R A TTI V nn.Wl lininrnu . TTT ..s. a ' SBiTRViQ S10T OF wnno. f.OCG- S. TO T IS TIME WE HAD A SHOWDOWN If 65,000 citizens of our fair city must submit'to the 12,000 American Lenines and Trotzkys now in our midst, we ought to know it. Our country is a self-governed coun try; our authorities are chosen by all the people. When the time of trouble comes and a new division takes place, ranged side by side with our authorities will be found a vast majority of our people. Every real American will rally at the call. The radical would be dictator, who knows no conciliation; who knows no principle except that of rule or ruin, must not be al lowed to dominate our affairs. Pie and all his ilk must be banished from our midst. The heart of the good American people of Tulsa is beating strong and firm and true. They are ready for the test. Let us make the fight now and have it over with. AMERICANISM is the issue and there can be no compromise. We have fooled around long enough. We conciliated and pandered and trimmed. If there is any manhood left in us let us show it during this crisis. At least we will preserve our self-respect and, with the help of God, our prosperous city. PEOPLES EXCHANGE 111-113 East First Street A STRICTLY NON-UNION STORE 1 iri 15, B gl.lVrij I AHIll TIMACI( J rJi i'