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TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1920.
OFFICE IS ASKED
TO GAIN TRADE
Grand Jury at Portland
Reports Findings in
MAX HOUSErTs NAMED
Vice President for Grain Cor
poration in wortnweat is
Involved In Charge.
srOKAN'n. Wash.. Feb. 7. He
lift that M H. Housor of Portland,
on(0n, by reason of his connection
,rtth tha United Statoa Oraln cor
poration, has been able to manlpu
bt nd operate grain companies
which he formerly owned "to an
immense Profit to h'"180" ftnJ nM0"
Mltt" I' expressed In the findings
f United States Brand Jury re
inrntd here today. Houscr is vlco
Sent of the I'nltcd States Grain
Jorporation for tho northwest.
The grand Jury declarea that Brain
MmpanlM of tho northwest Uircaten
in ewe action la taken to force them
(6 sell their holdings to mills at tho
wees paid by them plus n. reanon
file carrying charge "to clone their
hills and ship tho sraln to eastern
oo!nt." The report continued: "To
fruitrate any concerted plan of eva
ilon, wo would urge tho department
of justice to take simultaneous ac
tion at all when and flour centers of
tho United States."
The further recommendation li
made that the president fixing tho
wlllnr price on all wheat now held
In the United fitalos at tho price paid
the farmers, plus a reasonable carry
ing choree, which provision, how
ever, shall not apply to tho pro
ducer. The report names tho Taclfie
Oraln company, the Pacific Coast
Elevator company and tho Puget
Sound Warehouse & Elevator Co.
is having formerly been controlled
by Houeer, although It Is declared
"he made some kind of a transfer
of hln Interests In theso concerns."
trhtn he became vlco president of tho
United Stated Oraln corporation. Of
fices of all three concerns, tho re
port said, am located In o, building
owned by iiotiscr.
Sell Hun fihltw.
. WASHINGTON', FVb. 7. Details
for the sale of the largest flcot of
Ytnelfl ever sold under tho hammer,
the !0 former German passonger
fhlps taken over by tho government
daring the war. wore worked out
today by the shlnnlntr board. On
Thursday Chairman Payne will of
fer to the highest binder the great
liner Leviathan, and othr craft
which carried hundreds of thou
sands of American troops to France.
UniSTOW, Feb. 7. Physicians
say 100 cast of flu exist here at
tho present time. Tho disease Is also
ragtag In the oil fields vast of hero.
HENHYKTTA, Fob. 7 Tho Hen
ryetta notary club, numbering B2
momben), entertained their wives
and sweethearts, together with 67
of Eho women toochcrs of tho clly
public schools, with a banquet und
musical program, on a. prologue to
the organization of a Parent
PAAVItt'SKA. Feb. 7. One of
Pawlmnka's noted, landmarks Is bo
Ing removod today as a rcmilt of tho
extension of Uio business district.
T 1 1- 4. ....li.ti. . ...
corner of Main street and Leahy
t.i-iiuu on me locution recently now
iuur oujinm men to do nolu as
ft hotel slto. Thin (houso was built
26 years ago by Thomas Loahy. Jr..
when tho first residence stood on
what li now tho townolte.
FAIUFAX, Feb. 7. Seventeen
boys havo enlisted as members of
entirely new scout organization.
wun nay navls oh scoutmaster and
Nowton aibbs and Joel abodes as
his Hfl9l.1l 111. Th A .iiill 1 ..i im.ill I.
, , . , nvt.,fc iuuillll is"
compowd of A. C. Hunmkcr. li.
rcytun utass and David Hlgler. The
nnll.tmnni a ........ ..I. I .. . .. ,
i ... iu.iui.-ii. VL UIIUUKI1 LK'JH lO iillPW
tho total to tho required member
ship of 32 is now In progress.
PONTA CITY, Feb. 7. It has
been voted unanimously bv tho
Ponca CJty post. American legion.
Uf unify its membcra so that If
tftnlr trorvlccB are over In demand,
they may bo called together with
quick notice. This will enable thorn
to act 08 a well dlficlnllncd hnrtv nml
bo a dlstlnot protection to Ponca
City and community In caso of a
noccmity. Tho method by which this
feature will bo worked out woo loft
wim avo trouble committee.
Beck More I'orital Clerks.
Special to Th World.
PAWHUSKA. Feb. 7. The mat
tor of Increasing the clerical force
at the postofflco horo has been
taken up energetically by Congress'
man 13. IS. Howard with the object
of socurhig relief from the present
congestion. Owing to Insufficient
help and a lack of windows In tho
building a lino of 30 feot long daily
stand In front of tho general delivery
window. Delays In tho delivery of
mall have also resulted due to tho
rapid Increase in population within
mo past year.
Start Homo llrhc.
Br Asvwlated I'ren Stata Wire,.
MUSKOOEK, Feb. 7. To relieve
tho congested living conditions In
Muskogeo and to supply homes for
tho hundreds now crowded In hotels
and rooming houses, the chamber of
commerce today launched a move
ment to pledge the business men of
tho city to build GOO houses. Forty
pledges were signed during the first
afternoon of tho campaign.
OF MORE WASTE
Story of Incompetence at
Muscle Shoals Is Re
lated to Committee.
AUTOS PASSED AROUND
Every Foreman Got One, De
clares Former Military
The value of some things
cannot be measured by money
Your home, your family, your favorite books, and
fine music are auch.
We have been telling you that Edison has spent
$3,000,000 in perfecting the New Edison.
You can come to this store and buy for less than
$300 the Official Laboratory Model df the New
Edison the exact duplicate of Edison's original
But before you have the New .Edison a week you
will think of it in terms far higher than money.
You will count it an indispensable force for your
mental stimulation, and an open door to untold
tealms of keenest pleasure. You will not want to
part with your New Edison at any price.
Let us show you this famous Official Laboratory
Modelin both Chippendale and William nd
TlXCLUilYE EWS0H STORE.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7. An ac
count fairly bristling with charges
oi criminal neglect nnd waslo in
construction of tho Muscle Shoals
air nltrato plant was laid beforo tho
house war expenditure committee
today by Mark II. ICvaim o.t Arciulla,
California, formerly of tho military
Uoforo ho was called off the Job,
ho said, ho had obtained 123 affi
davits charging Incompetence, crim
inal negligence and graft, and sent
them to Washington. Ho far as ho
Knew, no uuurd, nobody evor had
been hauled Into court.
hlle n crv was irolni- un from
all quarters for curs to tnnvo munl-
lons and foodstuff. 7.823 cars
stood Idlo at tho plant from 10 to UO
days, ho said. Demurrage charges
ranged from tlirro dollars tu IjUU
nnd records showed, the witness dc-
cioreu, tnat raliure to unload muto
rial cost tho government $81,000
during tho first kIx months of lillS.
iJvans aid fully 300 saddlo horscu
wero kept In readiness for service at
me plant when Uicro was no do
mand for them.
According to Evans, six mules
wero used to haul n load Imrillv b e
enough for two and anybody who
wanted a homo or an automobile got
"Evory foreman drawhur tllSO a
month and you didn't havo to be
much of a man to draw that got
nn automobile. Hundreds of trips
cnargea to the government were
mere joy rides."
F.vans will continue his testimony
To enable children to sllco on leo
without wearing out their rmot a
IMttsburgh man has Invented tnotal
plates, to bo attached by strings.
Its Inventor has received a patent
for an electric bell gong made with
Hovoral projections, ono or more of
which can bo cut off to Ulmngs Its
FAR APART ON RAIL WAGES
Ilrotlicrhoixl Confemico Willi HIiich
Will Kjtencl Into NeU Vixk,
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7 -Wage In -
crvnsa negotiations between Director
(Icnoinl nines nnd representatives of
tne z, Qon.oon union railroad em
ployes promised tonight to extend
well Into next week.
While no official view won ex
pressed, It was understood sovernl
important differences' remained IP
Sotno union officials: wero said to
be chafing under tho delay, having
expected n deflnllo proposal yester
day. This Mr. Hlnes wux unable- to
do, beiwuse ho could not complete
tho plan to bo offered. The union
leaders met AKnln lato today, but
still had not receive! the ptoosUIon,
it was understood.
fhn employes rrprrsentatlvos.
however, apparently fool that they
cannot prew their caso too strongly,
as they woro Invited to conferences
on Mr. nines' motion. Ho was not
obligated to call them hero. It was
said. Am ho called tho conferences,
most of tho union heads felt that the
spirit of fairness should not bo
EXTRADITION LIST IS OUT
N'amrH Included Total 800 lmr
Pages Deiolctl to lllinlentiiirg,
PAIUS. Fob. 7. The official lint
of thoso whoe extradition Is de
manded by the allies was Issued hy
thA foreign offleo tonight without
oomment A paper bound book of
moro than 200 pages contains tho
names of tho S80 pcrsoiiH or groups,
with tluir rank and acruttatlnn
against them. In many cases where
names are not known a general de
Kcrlption of tho duties of the accused
I' our pages are devoted to Pleld
Mnrshal von lllndeuburg and (len
eml l.udendotff tho same aeods-.t-tlons
Henlng for both.
Tho llritlsh list contains olmrges
against 07 membors nnd groups, tho
Preni'h .It I, the Italian S9. llelttlum
334, Polish M, Houmanlan 41, nnd
the Jugo-fllav 4. This totals 800,
but there nro a few duplications.
Tho list of persons nnd groups
who are designated by their rank or
description of their duties because
their uatncH aro not known, number
constitutional suffrage amendment,
with a view to fnlowmg their
wishes as to tho date,
When tho leglslaturn Is convened
It Is now ballovctl a number of
urgent matters, Inc luding npproprla
tlnn nnd Investigation, will be taken
up, nltliounh tho caiC will bn pri
marily fdr suffrage tatlflr atlon.
Hours B Mil, to II p, m,
MV2 Enst Third Street
Telephono Usngo Mil
Kalin 'IVIls (Vxtfl.
WASIIlNtlTON. Peb. 7 Adop
tion of n unlvcrxal military training
policy, such ns proposed In tho sen
ate bill, would el about $230 000
000 a yoar, Representative Kalm
republican, California, chairman of
tho houso military comnill'ee, sil I
today In a statement urging bm i
action. n "an Insurance, ngiiitist
war," nnd "to correct misleading
innm t- .n ntt.. i . - ,
Dr. Vnn Vleck Found Genuine
Relief Which Is Healing
Sind Postal for Dollar Trial FREB
To nnyonn sutferlnR from Pflc wi
mako tills unlimited offer: Send tu your
EARLY SESSION IS WANTED
Coxcrniir Sn AiUIkts Ititxiiiiiuend
Quick Call for Suffrage) Action.
Ilr AMorlttnl l'rrti HttU Wir.
OlvI.AHU.MA CITY, l ob 7 (lov
emor Itoberlsoti stated today that
the date when tho state legislaturo
Is to bo called Into special session
kIIII remains undetermined, but that
sentiment among tho legislators,
farmers nnd business man was for
nn early session.
Tho governor has conferred with
a number of legislators since ho dc
elded to rail a special sesslou tnl
take up the matter of ratifying tho'
friends a man whom you hav known for a
long time, and In whoe honesty you have Implicit
confidence. This man Is your local drugctst. II
will tell you (hut l,i has been selling Hunt's HaNo,
formerly called Knot's Cun ever since he has bn
In buslnemi, under the strict guarantee to promptly
refund tin purrhnss price to any dissatisfied liter
lis will say to you. 'Take hams a boi of Hunt's
hultn and If It Is not successful m the treatment of
Itching skin dlneiuea, I will promptly refund to you
your ii cents
Hum's KjiUp Is especially compunsded far ths
treatment of lull, IViriim, Itlugworm, Trttr.r, nd
other Itrhlng skin diseases.
Tho (lenernl Manager of ths I,lda.Valtey Hallway
Co., (loldfleld, Nevada, A. li, tloedenoiiKh, writes:
"At one time I had a vnry bad esse of ICa-rema,
which troubled me for seven or eight years, and
although I tried all kinds ef medicine and several
nnrinrs, i net no reuer until I used lliinl'v Kal.iL
ally cured me,"
mill will bring you a
tegular Dollar rack
sue of Ur.VinVlrrk
3 fold Absorption
Tieatmnt for lltb.
Int. HU-iHnf, Prxx
Iniillns I'll-i. and
I plain wraprrr
f inv Miec.
l)r. Van Vl.rlf. n.
urrrnn U. S. army,
spent fortyyr at per
1 .TlTOlf'aiS. M,7' No knife..
I fC"-" ", tln, no doctor
' hftme treatment that can be tried by anyona
rlihiut cot. 1 hen. sttertrylrnr, II you siefully
end i One I), illar. If not. It roata roa noiS.
Ini. Yen drcule and oahla your word. Wo
flnn't k now how wee -mid !iow mora iinbonndul
fa.'.h In our tcmedy. It H teWvlsa almoit
etctyttatennd condlUon of flcliln. Ideedlm;.
Protruding l'l'r,evrn alter whole llfetlmei of
niltery. Voliaeif. tlved liundredi nf latten
tf limit of Hie tuc.fMf-r thlarrmnikablyefrRt.
In tem alter everything elae, Including cent.
Ir and djmuermu ooeratlonv had failed, eves
aiter 'O and 40 yean of auKering. The mllde I
Thousands of such letters have been received, tentlfvlnr aa ta fi .nr..
live merits of this wonderful remedy
Don't fall to ssk your druggist irtiout lliint'a KaItt formerly called
Hunt's Curo. Khow him this ad, and ask him If the statements herein made
are not correct.
Hold hy 'all reputable druggists everywhere at 71 cents per box, or sent
direct on receipt of stomps or money order,
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Toxaa.
Ir and cbniiftmn operation, had failedV eveq
eaaeit ais nflon AnlrolU.I In m .I--1-
Won't yon try It at our openae? Addrau Uf.
Van Vleck Co., lept.,i Jckaa,Ulch. Saasl
Boinniity, ijtod tud,
There is a great shortage of Stenographers and
Bookkeepers in Tulsa
Business Firms arc paying unusually large salaries
to Tulsa Business College Graduates.
If you aro really Interested In receiving MOHK H ALA RT and
HKTTI3H chances for advancement, follow the crow to the Hlgger,
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ArtLoom Rohanx and Alexandria two-tone
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9x12 one-piece Velvets and Axminsters,
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9x12 Tapestry Brussels rugs, $35 to $50.
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