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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 192u. ; Fi .t M I 1 ' S 1 ' a raw fi i TO. Tl. rl m. li"- ta. tt tr-1, . IL A 't n. 1. I, nv. ImuI , let ln ,t. -1 LOS UP h11. ' 1m ful 6,1 I , IK" ,, 5 ADMIRAL PEARY ON LAST VOYAGE Finder of North Pole Is Dead at His Homo in Washington. MADE MANY ATTEMPTS started on lifforf in 1RF0; SuiToertcd in 100!); (Jivt-n Many Honors II mlflVflTIlM Vl It ?ft ItflMf Almn,il Hubert 11 I'e.iry. iJiwiivkut I i.f Ihe North pnlr, ill'll l m "umn hen mru today utter an Ulna of U vr.il wetkB, iwi Ihn result of titinitia. It-iii Admiral Prtry hml been suf- ff rln for nssrly two rom A fw i eek. nRo ti underwent 1111 npeni-i .lion for blond irttiMftiil'in. but this j failed In rellme lilm. AiltnlrHl Peary Mils barn III Crf snti, ln . Mny fi. 1SR, lilt son of Cliarlin mid Msry Peary. Hlme htii trlmnplnil return from III ItrUli' expedition mill tin1 Milne liint rniilnive rsy over t lie illnonv cry of thn North pule. Ailtnlriil I'earv Iiiim not been In thn best of health. Two youm iiko hi ailments "became moie fierlous nnd ho Iimh ben flKlitiiic iiKAlruil nil nmiemlc oiiilltlou for iiiiiny nmnthi. Ho Htihinlttfil lo tho hlood tntnsfunlmi ,oinrntli)ii after phyiilrliin hud ln .lih'il It wan his only hope for life, lull ihoiiRh lin rallied from thn Im mediate effects nf the operation, II fulled to wiinl off Ihe disease which was cruililnlly ilraKKliiK lilm down. Ilojr Admlrnl Pemy iu4 one of i ho iiioit plrtiires'iuo flKiirrs In .American history. iiitiiii'd i:Miiiiion, t Admlrnl Peary's first nrellc exps ditlon wn In 18RG when ho went far Into Clrrcnliinil mid In 1891 hn head. I'd another 'xii'dltlon of nrrtlu ex plorers. He miuln ronlliiiied and re pealed efforts In reach thn North .' pole during I ho following years hut It was iini until April. 1909, when h 'I ml ii nimill expedition lo euncess. ! Thn final discovery of tlif North .twin was) llm result of n flvo-diy 'dash iiiiiler moid trylnir vlrnuni '.stances lint It carried Ailmlral Peary nod (he American flnff to mid lm- ynnd the Norlh pole. ' Dnrlim reoent years Admiral ; I'oary him devoted niiiiih of hi time ".to the development of nvlatlon. Hn )ati been one of Ilia niont enthuidai ', tie wnrkofK for thn commercial ile ivelopmeiit nf thn airplane and tlur f Inu thn curly days of the v.-ar hn was (behind a movement which kiivo much Impetus to the creation of n ' Li rue aviation force for the iirmy and .navy. ' Admiral .I'enry wnn Kradiinled "from llowdoln In 1S77. 1 In entered .'ho United Ktiilen imvy nn n civil en tclnecr on October 28, 1881; vnn n iHlnlnnt cmtlneer In tlio cnnntrtiuthm of the NlriiMKini hlp ciimil under Rovcrnment onlerH In 1884.K nnil Jkhh inadn enstneer In clmrKn of the icunnl Hiirveyn In ISS7. ! Ho Invented thn rolllnir lock Knt'n f'of thn cnnnl. In 188S he tnndo u reconn(iln"iancn of thn (trrenlnnd In- lan l b f nip mi of ileo b.i Ifl' degrees norili lillliiile lm vi I bier of lli nirtl. expedition of Hue Arndeim of National Hcleiu-fi of I'lnladelphla. from June Hl, t Mi'ember, to Die liorlliriml nnirln of (Irnehlund. lndependenc.' bay. lie dlncovered nnil nailiod Melville In nil and IMIprln land, ly Inic llehlnd f Irretiland, nnd doter inlned the liwilftrlly oCflreenhind lir whlrh he received the (.'tilleni medal of Ihe American llengmiihlcul m eleiy. the Horletv nf I'nlrong medal of the HohI (lefifirdplilcnl iniclely of Ujinhiri nnil the mi'dul of the Hoyal Hciitieh ileonrniihliHl eoi lety of IMltiLumli. 'ii)nii(' In IHIin. I'enry rnnde anntber Arellc o)hK in 1 which llcd until HHi. dnr Init which hn mde h Ihoroiich tndv of the little tribe of Are'b highland er and dlroerod Ihe fmnoiiH Iron MoiinlHln (firm heid of by Ito In I8I) whirl! proved to be three meteorite. Ihe largest known I" exlnt lie mmle mininn'r Miyagee In lSlni-7. liririKlim III" i'nie Vork IneleorltnH lo the l ulled KIhIcn l'iry oiiiimhiiiI"(I from 189 to I9D1 Hie Arctic expedition conducted' under th nuMplceii of the I'enrj Are tic chili or New Xork, during which he renehod Ihe norlliern cmeiiiltlc of the (ireenland mt lilplno. Hie kl of the Arctic land K"uM iiniiiod I'M pe Morrlti K Jenup. the mom northerly lund In the world nnd Mt Inlnml the "hlKhem north" In the wCBtern hcmliiphere I'enry MMlled H mil II north In 1001. In Ihe nteaiunhlp Itmidevell, npeclnllv built by tho I'oary. Arctic club, and ictiiriied III October. I90K. Imvliijr niicliod "hli;heAt norlh" 7 ilenreeB 6 minuter N latitude). I'earv Hbirt oil on IiIm elirhth Arcllc expedition In .Inly. 1008. on Ihe lloonevelt He proceeded norlliwiird to Kane biiMln, throiiKli ItobeMop i bantiel. ii tnhlhihltiK h wilder bnee at t'npe Hherldnu Heptember f,. 0. which he left for Cnpe Columbia lebrinirv h. 1 909, In five detuchliieiilH The detnidimentM were Kent back mi" nrter another. I llm fourth In chiir(?e of Cnntiiln llurtlelt. leuvliiv I'earv near Ihe XStll iKirallel. from thin I nolnt. with one member of hli crew anil lour i'.hhiiiioh. reiiry miiue nm fun I ilanli or inn mllcx to th norlh polo In flvn dnyK The pole wnn re.icbcd on April fi. 1909. and I'earv attained Iho dream of bin life I'earv upetit .in bourn at and be yond thn pole. The Journey to the note wan made In 27 marchcH and thn return trip to On pa Columbia wan miuln In lfi marchen. l''or bin dlm'overv of the nnrth poln I'enry wan Riven the thiinkH of roncri'Ni by a npcclil net of cuicrrM, nindq Mvir iidmlral, nnd Hhowered with dncnrallonn and honoi-H frvm every uoverninent in thn world ATTACKS G0MPERS CAUCUS Matt IIIVIM If WILSON REFUTES Freed ' wtiKAAica SHIP AGREEMENT HAMMOND, Ind, I'eb. 20 It took n Hammdnd Jury two minute i enbiy lo nciiilt link Pedronl, mi lldllnii. who iidinltted lie killed Prank I'elrb h I'edronl. a ti.ililrallzcd cllUen for 17 yearn, had an nrKUmcnl over Aniilro lliilUn claims with I'elrlch, who In nahl lo havn been an tin naturalized ' red ". DurltiK the argument t'etrbh mid "To bell with the Cnlled tal( " I'eiJronl (ihot bllil de.ld H0LDEN CHOSEN PRESIDENT llrod Coloriiilo A Stiiillicru Itnllttay anil Oilier Niiitlicrn Mm. CIIICAOO. Kol. 20 Hale Holden, prenldent o film CIiIookii, Iturlinxton , Qutney inllroid, luday fin nonnced that he had been clctod prenldent of thn ( IiIcjiko, llurllnKtoii railway and would renumi! the pronl- dency of the Kurt Worth A Denver flly railroad nnd the Wichita Valley rnllroHd nn noon n tnn nirecioro meet K. 11. CUirlty, nnnlntant ihkIoivi! dltoclor or the railroad ad- mlnlfitrHtlnn In thn central wmi under unernmnt conlrnl, will be ideetei) Ice-prwildenl of Ihn three llnw. with hend'iunrtcrH HA Fort Worth WTiy dicud baby'n flrtl minimer?. I.earn the piltxilplcM nf lm.by cure nnil feeillnit In the i . W. (: A. clawi for motbein In'pilre ldar 918 - AdU. CO'.TJM Kl 1 1P I II I'AOF. ONK i inerchunl tonnnKe Iomch of tht 1'nlltil HlaU'rf ilnrlnif the war. In i ni nine would title to Ihn nlilpn 1 lhcintevi pivn from lh t'nlictl , Htnten, the iiKieemenl provldnd I llefore Mr Wlleon'n meeiano riin hiHl the nonate the uonimerci committee bad dlded to recimi , mend mmi,'ii of tlio bill drawn :.J i Itn chalrmnn, h'enator Jome. repjb ! Ileiui. Wnnhlnifton. dernrrlni? eule of 1 the nil I (if until they nhnll limn bo'tl ! reflttrid for commercial nervlcon by j Hie f.hlppllii; ImiiltiI an." otiiixrem ;ntmll have kild ilown a iiationnl nhtp I plriK policy. The houtte merfh.int innrtlm nimmltlco had cm.bu.rkwl on an inji'iierwlenl lii'lulry wltili ('hnlr i mail llarlon 1'iiymi im Vice Chair 1 man Htevenn nf the ehlpplm; lioanl I relLernillnu their dlVerHent V.frws on tint inlvimblllly of ill" prenent Hile of the uwl and in Ihn dlntrlrt niiprome ruurt, AMioclale Juxtlce llnlley took under ndvleomnnt nppll in i bin of coined for the iKUird that IS.000.000 bond In- reriulrcj of Wil liam llandoliili llMinit, a 'taxpayer, who wiw w.inted n temporary in junction nitalnNt thn bourd'H plan to cell Ui, fleet. I The proponed iiKrcfmenl trnnHinlt i led by the prenldent wnn nlmied In May, 1919, by Premier l.loyd flenrne I and Mr Wllnon. The presldenl'H rtKiiature. however, wnn tnnde condl , tloiml on an appended "explanation" Dial It wan nubject to the approval of ' enmrrenn. In trannmlttlnK tile iIikmi Lment the prenldent en Id he hud In- ended lo fend It to Iho nenate nftcr liillflcutlon of thn peace treaty The agreement covered nil venneln ruptured neiicd or detained by any of the allied or iwsocL'itcd povern mentn. The document contnlnn five cliiuncri nnd the ntmencn of Itn application to the 30 nhlpn Involved In tlio prenent controversy lien In pnraKrnpnn two u ml four. The first pr.ovlden that nil enemy rraft "captured, nelzcd or de mined" btot Dio armlntlcn an a war meiuiurc nhnll bn retained by Iho holding power which "will own thn Huinn freo froM any claim of liny allied o iiioclated Koernuient " The fourth eectlon provldRt thntj where Ihe valuation of Mich retained , ll1t.. Ih. r,e 1 onilllHi'. niFUH tiiatff 111 ion Mratll. Chin i. ltifia. HLun nnd thn I'nlled HtuteH lont during tho war. n reanonahlfl siilue for nucli excewi I nhnll be determined mid that nmotint I paid bv the holder ntato lo the rep laratloii comiiilsnlon "for the credit of 'iermany toward the numn due from I her for repninlon In, renpect lo war I lome of merchant nhfpn." Ilow American payment Into the! ! allied "pool" would ho computed I under the proponed agreement nhould I loHnen auntiilned by thn United Htnten he lenn thHti thn valuo of (termini llonnnge Inkcn over In the w.n wan i explained by Chairman l'ane. 1 Apprnlml Taken, i I At the direction of the prenldent ' an apprillnul of the vcniola wnn mado hv th tecretiiry of the nay when they were t.Xketr ner In June. 1917. ! According to published reportn. tho n.ivv'n nnnraln.il of 96 vemeU iiggre- gating 630.000 gromi tnnn. was J3I,-! E ' 193,190. The npprfilnnl, the chairman j S5 In.ild, look Into account tne iiamngu I dime, lo tho nhlpn by their crown be Ifore rellnnulnhlng them nm report thetr -ilun for the purpono of tho ritnrwief1 acreenient "We lake tho imlps a,bnolulely title free." Chalrmnn I'aynn stated, "and the difference between when we como to nemo wnn tier- ami tno npprnlsed many wo put In thn common pool Jnhlps." Of .(,, m Mr llliiiilon Acnln TakiYi Itup nt ljilxr leader In lloiino Adilntv. "WAHIIINOTON, l'oh. 20 Char nclcrl.lnt; hint tilght n meeting be tween hounn mombern nil union labor lividem n "tho (lonipern cau cim," IteprcHontnllvo Illaiitnn, demo cral. Texan, told thn hounn today that "OomperK Iiiih Unucd hi ultimatum to thono who voted for Ihn Andernou amendment to thn original railroad bill to nlnnd pat " Thn Audernnn iitiiendmeiit provldnd for tho creation nf wnge boardn to bn compnsod of rnprenenlntiven of labor, capital and tho public. mtm MJf -' '1 I I You II Iit Your '0. K on These Spring Suits Tlio Ioiikci you wear one of IIichc suits the more you will anprc- ..!..! .. it. r , 1 VJ5T nro not tho kind that mill, 1f,.1 .v,,..,l ... I li.. iiiii iuiii vnii in illy store. 1 Plenty of patterns, styles, and n Kooii ranpo of hzch. Hvcry suit a real valuo at tho price. $25 to $55 Holmes Clothes Shop 223 South Main St. The Store for Men Hi PEOPLES' ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 223 E. Third St. Phone Osage 6813 Another Apex Exclusive Feature need to hoil the ilothcs if an APEX is iihed. The scientific action yets all the dirt ten on collar bands, iiifi's anil skirt liottoins and leaves the pieces as white as if boiled. Soldon Easy Payments Peoples' Electric Supply PHONE OSAGE G813 In Thin Store la Ihli ilnrn th lltrtlnn o ( our cmtoavflrs U tipif rmoit In our m 1 n il i. We'd nlbcr not sell )ou unjlhlnj l nil thn ome' thing jnu won't Ui(lpJ te, 1th. You ! r kur 4 nlnreie y roiitteoiu trrv ir here, and Iiltctlon or )uur moor) IikV. :U9-;i21 SOUTH MAIN Photic Osan'c 502o i 77 c Home of 1 ' Ilirsch-Vickwirc Clothes Manhattan Shirts French Shrincr and Urncr Shoes Dttnlap and Stetson Hals We're not a bit backward in telling you that our new Suits for 'Spring are the very finest that you can buy We bought them on that basis. We intend to sell them on that basis. They were cut and tailored liy hand from the finest all wool fabrics that money can buy and the styles .are ab solutely tho last word in what well dressed men are wearing this spring. Thbre'will be no limit as lo your choice of style pattern and color at this store. We've anticipated your every demand. Clothes cost more this spring, like everything else, and strangely enough, clothes of doubtful quality cost almost as 'much as the very finest kind; such as we arc now showing at $55 and better m IR IS 3 i S3 mm The new Spring styles are here in profusion TpHERE'S one outstanding fact about this store that no man can deny. This is THE young men's store of this section and it's due mostly to the fact that we have Stratford Clothes. Not only do we have them, but. we have more of them in more different styles, more different shades and more different patterns than anyoung man ever saw in Tulsa, or Chicago, or New York. WE WANT you to see these clothes that is, if you're a young man or favor youthful styles for there's no others quite like them this season. Hasn't been any other like th.em any other season so far as we can learn. The Spring 1920 styles are here now. Not all of them, of course, but enough to show you just exactly what the new styles are. 9 YYOU KNOW the time is here to wear them and if you don't know these are the smartest young men's clothes in town, just take a look for yourself. If the clothes don't prove up to what wo say, don't invest But they will, and you will. Knox Hats Clapp Shoes mi eg ' E3 1 THIS LIST GIVES YOU THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF MANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN. Slir wFERERS WHO RECEIVED PERMANENT RESULTS BY THE USE OF THE GRAND OLD QUAKER HERB EXTRACT. If there la ono'pereon who Is "till hoMInc off roni a utart on Quakor Horn Kxtract Just uecausu they think It will not benefit their caso, that p t r o ii nhoutil not procras ti ll a t e, for t h o health teacher wilt not remain hero n o r tii a it o ntly. Then, when It Is too late .you wiil re- fret your leellKo not ,n not hav- 1 n s tulkctl 1 1 ,,Tiii''f i ta i i i A up to him when yu,u had an opportun ity. If you have ttoniach, liver or kidney troubles, catarrh, rheuma tism, Just find out what kind of work "Quaker" la doing by wrltlnc to id ward K. Norton, 69, Seventeenth street: Mrs. Elliaboth Look, 330' Clinton avenue; II. Gcbcr, 190 niiB 'loy avenue; Anthony (Smith, 15 Det tloffot; Harry 1 Hayes, H68 Wabush nvonue; AVllllam W. Cook, 119 Haker street! August Degner, 490 Jlurrell street; MUa AUnnlo Meyers, iz Mr. rjuiott avenue; .Mrs. Thomas .Mephnns, 323 Twenly-Vlrst street; Al Cochran, 137 & Helen avenue; Mrs. Hnttle IxjwIh, 14.13 Mil itary avenue; John aioalcr, 691 Fif teenth street; Gcorce t l.'lschcr iivonue; Mrs. ' Mills. 374 Morrell strce' IJlllott, 107 Meadln strce' ens; Mrs. B. cauniun, . .. I Mrs J' ' ens; irs. ii. tauinur, -,.),, r, cumsoh. Stlchlcan; Nlchf as i"1" , 41 I-abrosso street, M1"-" V.. E. Hardy, 21 lioten nvr-u , Price, route 5, Ulrmlnslnm' can; Jumes W. IlostwicH a - , bott street; Mrs. Kdwarii ;" Pi National avenue; j. son. Ward, both of Nr " " ward subdivision. lun't Ihlu nlmnut rinll nr. llm Quaker Ms" r1,. ' tho Quaker Druu store Tui- and start our treiilin"" ' famous Quuker Herb Lx n -.