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TUI,SA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920
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TROOPS SUBJECT
TO U. S. ORDERS
Foch Nor Allied Powen
Have No ( lontrol v er
Our Army.
WILSON TELLS STATUS
Writes CoflfNU M Uss of
Mmaining Porttt In Osr
munv; Allen GomafldSi
f 'mimm Flum
wash i N'flTl IN,
mini , ir , 'i li t Itri
WAr'IIINUT"N. April I I'""'
dam w n. n Infoi med lha h "
dev. In rWpOHM I" a r. i ill"n M
tri'mlry Uini American troupe pit I"1
Rhine biiii were controlled i'y He
terms of ihi armletloe ami were
eubjeel onl to ordere "i soip
IMBdrr-ln-ihiiif "f Hi" Anitrlimi
t mi
Marital Kocli "f faraaee, Ih
pn kfieml Mid, had no lurledlrtlon
over th' Iroopi nor me ttnv In any
way eon ! rol lad li lh iHMMin f
the elllet Khiiirimi'i DOtnmlaeton,
whK h makti ordlnanoee and rules
for the govonlni ol the leri lorn
MllMd by the allied ftmUM of noil
ialloli
Major ilrnernl Allan, roiiiiiiandliie
the Amtrleen troopa, the preeldeni
wrnii- him full authority ' in I
the Irul'iilY lllld'-l Mi POhtfWI, to
preserve order, and In "TOpel any !
1. 1 1 ulil. Ii may In' in. i'l"' .1 1" i il linn
The Innlrui linns ir"Hisid In
iMueii in iin- eotnmanttlnt ' m i H hi
4ha Ittni nf I In ii 0 Up) line Hi"
I nhletl area Wi lli elllllllllll'll In Hl
war deiiat I inenl h ilenrrnl I i Ii I h
Hiid tdntalnad Lbl Matatm nl el pol
toy t ll It I Ih "AllHTlrHlin WOtl 'I
UnilrrUkr mi urlllui In vnml llm I"
Mipird rMtoiw not bayond Ifcdl In
mil. I iiciiiriliiiii Mi Hi" I'miiim nf
Iho trrrtly."
in rtfard " tho Rhlndland hliin
iiwiimlilnii. ih" poHof italtd lhl
ih Unllod Itaiot 1 1 i ""i admH llw
Jurladlc inn nf Him body ovtr por
i:nn f th arta iapUd by Hi"
I'llllril Stiili'n tmnpi Ijf-nrrill Allmi
wan. hnivrvrr. iiiHirni icii in malniaJn
in "oloaaal loooh" wnh ih oom
mlnalini mill ciriiforni hln i nmliiri
iii" oooupl'd ratrlon m noarly aa poi
ibin in Lhal avat oihtr oeoiiplad lr.
r.tory. II" hum utan altOWOd al K"
Informally wltn Ihi BommtMlon "
i MllaotOd I" do a"
Tho priMilrtini mini Mi" Amarlcan
fniccM in i li-riiui tiy n" March Ifl
"wri roportod in oomprao t -rt offi
l ma and ln.7f.ii anllalad mall "
Th" Anartrun forota in Oor
m.iny. ' Ilia piiMlilmil wiol", "ura al
prr.ii llt nparnt uik nndar Ihi larniM nf
ilia oriciiiiii armlaUoi and lit mbaa
aaam aonvonilon prolonvloji ih
arniial li a."
piii i Prallm.
riK'ii'" vnara an-
iKllllil i ll I mill ) l.y 'III' i aiirnia i
,ia fnllnwn
llnrvn 1,1 1921 pnpnllllnn.
'2U incrtan I.M. ir u.fi !
; Btaii IMO popotoilon, 1.121
wisi ii rrrimd, Mi iio popu
lation, T,4IS; Inoroaao a r 4 . nr r-1
pai oani mm population, I,t4l,
Ihna in. iff. Ark iiii poptilallon,
It.IlO; Inoroaao liltl, or 27 7 pal
i ant, Itio popunillon, i&.i'f2
IOxi tlatoi Hpi iiikh M'i I '
M.ki,UllAK i If" Innoliaa 1117 Ol'
1,1 pal .'III. lUHl pnpillllllilll, J.iOO I
Mrarranaburt, Mo Itll popul
1 1 inn , 4. mi Inoroaao 122, r t pay
cent i lib population, IM
lloaedali Km. ' popuhitlon, 1
i7.i.7. inoroaM LI It, nr i pay
. 0 mi 1 a population, Iftdd
Manlatop, Mm ii i Mi laipniiii."".
Mtli doi raaao l.iil,
oanti mi population
f?amoroni Mo lilt
..'4s, inorraa Mi, 01
I'jln pupil lotion. '...'Jli
I 'hill Inlti . M .1 ll
I JAPS DEFEATED
AS v r-- r - r at I W 1 1
1 1N KtU bA 1 1 Lb.
Mil'itM r.f lha illitrlila In 111.' "nalar
1. in 1 i.f ih-- eounti . havt alraad
RrVrptad ih- tJOvlat tyatofn, "1 Wia
Kamatve poTi rnrnanlt 1 1 ready to HitrnnK.
h.ili.l ovar rmilinl withii'it ria aiiiina
it in H.ilil
ARKANSAS HIT BY TORNADO
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papulation,
1 1 in.
1 Hi population,
.'..121. hteroaee
miu populalloti
PVIrfloldl, Alt
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Inn Hi
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1 'j 20
4 :i pa, 1 rnt;
popu ,i' Ion,
nn lift pepula.
M'ven nunarea vcau m
Clash Wit h Siberian
BolshevisUi,
fir Aatorlalad PrtMPiatf w.r
HI iNui.t'i.i . Apni i Sevan hun
drat Japaneai iroopa and citfl
na k hp it in i . day bail with
Iti, annm hnhihavik foroat al Mil I
iak. Moerla, anoordlnp le 1 Tol 10
Anhlfl dtapatoh rtoeltrod bj the -l ip
nawtpaper Nlppu JlJI ban
Tha jiip.iriina raaidentt ornanlti 1
,1 volunteer frirra to aid tin- .i.,i
Nolrllam f.Khl 11 hauvv fm f lnl
Miu rib I,
'riia pap eat eonatihMe tret
burned, nnil lha BOMUI, M lehldn ll
till "iiaainK accortUna in ih.' eabla,
Tii. lata day battle benan "
March 1 1. Nlhoaletalt laal ine mouth
nf Ilia Anior rlvar
l,AliieiiMTiK. Marrh 2-' All
Iberia win ia pat undr eorlti rorm
of poveynrneni on April 1. rrhen the
eomrnunlet party opetM hh oonven
I. on lit Slkolnk. ir Sort '!..-
WOOD AGAIN DLNILo CHARGE
pi-i inri . rtoraJPn I 'laltti Tiial Nont'
Nwllntl nil U' IW.nlil I- lii-nll.
M ASH 1 NOI ON, Apr 1 1 liariinl
i.f Ho- 1 h rate ol Senator Borah thai
1 yi . onti ii i''mm trart balnt uaed
in batty ii" vTood oanntMlgn t
in i'l.- b) 1 i r 1 : V "..I lei" Vi 'In' a
ilnv I1IKI1I Jnal h' fnr ha Inft I'lil llKii
fm Ohio ll" la.i.iaii the followlnd
latetnenl
1 i-h to anv in reply to ' n itor
llorah't oharpet and hminii.iiiniiH "i
in rxcteetvt and Improper urn of
money, three ehartee art r.i la- Tttt
eharpt thai ' 1 tlfronal oonventlon
'mi in- bouth1 or ootltrotlod iy
moi "V 1b 1111 Inaiili to 1 n iv tin 'inli-r
of ih.' tonventlon and in the nattott
it liuta,"
Mr iVood made no reference to
ilia Borah oharavt in the Wedneodtty
1 im h 1 addri at hi rt
Bvary departsietil nf honn'-kaapinir
needt Bed Oroai Ball Blue Kouallj
good for klt'han towala, tuhla llnan,
eheete and ptifoweaeea, ete.-Advt,
I 1 11 'I lit t.Mt.nOI) Itr-
at Naur Niir'y.
I.ITTI.I-: BOCK, Ark. Aprl' 1
Darnade tetlmateo lit Hi ooo
. i iei 'i Py a lornado whn-h hit
.r ami vicinity In Whlla o"ntyt
nlfht, efhen hnnaaa ware hlown
rront tin ii roundatione, ior" pkta I
I..:. mi i.irrm demelbrhed, unit lld
etodh killed Tha etorrn Itrucb tha
nou them r.lua of the "Ity Tha bunt
. iiatrP i a no not il.imaya.
CXAMINE. CROKER'S SANITY
iiimtnlaehMi win fond art KttMtliHi
Hon hi Palm BMP ii, t io
l i..i BKACI1 htii , April 1.--An
.vifniniiiii.il nf Ilia irantal an-
IP inn of Rtohard Crokar. r., for
mi r Tammany rlilaf of New York
be (hadl hara la a rriilt of
ctiofi ' ii " today by Bouneel for
fTroker'a two Minn and ilnntthtar.
wl I tn hrtv" ii I'onnarvatnr up
p'.ln
fnrniar niiparlnianilant nf tha Flori
da n'.Ha honpltnl to make tha ex
amination Whether ha will ho -arptad
by the plaintiff la not
known
Mr. Croker n. hla wife, on tikla
honn Indian elrl, whu in inula th-
defendant in the petltlona ol )iar
Btepahlldren, hud piannad to nail
April 10 for Inland, where the fur
rr.er Tammany leader hAi a vahiable
enlate
Miillitil lia,M--t,r lib-
AN fflANCISCO, April I nr
William Martin, II, medtceJ inapeo
tor of Ih" I'niled Btatea Navy, re
tlre'l and noted fOf h.B work in OOffl
battlnn eitow fever in rtortdn nnd
IOUlalantL died here t'.tlny
JOHNSON FLAYS HOOVER
nya "One frl in- DiMjanKnta" V'rt'f
with Wind on PnMks QwnrUtMM
vkw fOBK, April ii dhmator
Juhneon ol California, at a political
j rally In I'urnenle hn'l today, aild
I that one ol hia opponenta f"r thai
reoubtlemn pre-Plen'i il i nmlnaiinn
' vein d wiOi Hi" Wlndi "i
iiihb la" Afiar lha Lilly
I reuortera he r rferred
Harm r
In Mb ifinih the en.ilir and ha
I heiii in utter contempt certain par-
antiB who wire firat on one aid" of
.ha leastM "f natlona and than on
ii,.. other. Thtia, he continued
i ii n with the nai tn ami
the bulimia.'
certain
he told
tu Heroert
bill
I
in. ii ni;. till ealate
r.-trinn fm ibe nppiniitnenl of a
tlnn for fr..ker'a rlOflda prop.
erty wee followed by announcemtnl
that Mi Cfoker had a minted no
hia nun initiative fur Mai Ralph
ii Oreen, Matt heaitb officer ani
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
THE PILOT SIX
Tin; CAN tHKAD"
Colburn Motor Co.
110 I net I I II. I Mini
tVtlar 7ii
INTENSE
BURNING PIWIPLES
CUING
pi
On Face and Arms. Scratched
and Irritated. Cuticura Heals.
"I w irouhled with pimples on
my face and arini which annoyed
me very mucn. ineucn-
i . - m are re
t-BA ntonef that 1 scratched
Q; r I and Irritated the affected
axgra voted the breaking
It out 1 tent lor a tree
aampU of Cuticura Soon
and Ointmentandthen boutht more.
After I had uned two cakea of Cuti
cura Soap and one box of Cuticura
Ointment for five weeks 1 wan
entirely healed." (Signed1. Mini
H. McDnniel. Carlton, W. Va..
Sept. 3, IMi.
Ue Cuticura Soap. Ointment and
Talcum for all toilet purpose.
'. - Ia n r . , "Wlail
Lknrsl " ' S MSISM, StMt ' -,4v
atinf ai, Sr ' imlmant O. and MV Tatrntn SV
Jtaa' ( ut,. ... 5aa wrtkoat mil
FIX PEACE COMMISSION
Win 4 ..ii iit-t hi sun nemo, UaIjt,
April in W4Ma I H. IU'irr
M inr. ii f OlafC-ftMM t
lA MM April I TIM irnini
llotl t't li' I'lttlncN f I ho mmi' i in
frrrin i- which n'tt mi diflnlttly
ti tot April i "i" ir ai h-iii VUmo.
Kuly, hiiniin thr qtlMtlOll t
rhtnr tii i nlttd HtMH win !
I prfHt fiii il, m rul If Mtit by wlium
MhkIi C VN.iHk-, Ihi Anirtrun jimi
ttJiHTtii lot Iq I- ni ni , 1 1 ii n hrt fi m(
I in if in I In prurt t uiifci v h f pt-H
nlnni ritld I'i Ptrli knd AfntMMMtdof
John W DftVll l l.onilon
Sun II iimi, hnwiM nr, n nltuiiip'1 In
I h" iniiinr v ff 4mHoft'i rnciMil lv
Rppolntvd dlplornAtlc 1 ipftMntattv.
Ainl'MMiiJtr Huhi-rl I'mlrrw I
tfohiiMit! m-l t( ln ii''hi f ui if Am
bAMftdoi Vn llai I will Imirnf y la
Hun H-'iim utwl ipmimH hut plut t ah
mi lttrMt4 Hpi'i tiitnf t thn -tn
r TMirt tuhlf. It Ih iMtftnlhl.t Mi.it
Mr JohiuMn nuiy t u i ih.it pom
N IfMlPtlOttOIII IniMi lircn n
MlVtftJ tit t hr A tiHTlt i n RmbAMO 1
I'm Im hi (IiIn DOflAtMrtlon from thr
tati 'ii'p.t ti ini'ii i
if it un4rstoo4 m Prii ih.it m
t ht 1 1 mt of (hn OOflfVffllM. P !!
dent lt-Hrhiitiil will hH'ct tin' Ulna;
(if lllllv, !hn Titl'i-tfiiK ht'lntc of in
Unofficial I hnriirtiT Trrni h I'ullnn
ii nd BrllHlh HiiuiiflrnriH. which urt
Htiiiioncd Villi pfrmnohii win in
hr In Ihi Hun FtOfltO rMdl whllr
Ihi OOnffffinOi It In N-.ialon.
rtaf
I illa
LOOK
YOUR
BEST
E ASTER
It is a limpid umtt ni- it"
yiiu choOM your .suit tit
; his ihop.
w'p uitt' you tiu
bill in workman
ship, matt'rial und
h t y 1 S, all at
a modtrstc pries.
Whsn you buy
a IloJmen Suit
uu get tnc iit
im.st in clothdl
latisf at'tion.
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN
If You like The
Taste Of Coffee
You'll like
INSTANT
UM
nw
Trfei tra
and youll like it better
if you arc one ol those
with, whom coffee? dis
agrees. TJhe flavor is similar
bvit Possum does not
corvtaiii caffeitie or any
other drug.
Better heal tli follows
the change.
Sold by all Grocers
Made by Postum Cereal Co, Battle C nk.Mrtv.
Correct clothes for
Easter and spring
1I7HETHER ynuoar a morninp coat or a business suit on Easter Sun
day, it's just as important that its style be correct as that the
garment is your ripht size. You can be sure that we have the correct
styles. That's an important though seldom mentioned part of our service
to you.
IF' you favor the quiet dignified styles you'll find the new Hickey-Free-man
models are just what you want. These clothes are the best com
bination of faultless style and comfortable fit of any we know of. Prob
ably its the fine tailoring that's in them, that brings about this result.
They're the sort of clothes favored by men who know and afford the finer
things of life.
ON the other hand if you're a young chap who wants the very extreme
of style you'll choose one of the new models from Stratford.
They're as lively and full of pep as the young men who wear them. Single
or double breasters in a score of rich new fabrics and shades at $60 up.
Others
$40 and up
' Latest Easter head wear
THE final touch of good taste to your Easter apparel is the right hat. It
must be in harmony with the shade and pattern of your suit, the
proper proportion for your build and the right style to fit your face.
THAT'S the only kind of hat you can buy here, for we do know just how
to get that result. Knox, Stetson and other good hats in all the new
shapes and shades, with several that are just right for you. $6 and up.
Easter oxfords
EDWIN CLAPP'S furnish the an
swer to the Easter footwear
question, for both men and youni?
men. It isn't alone their remarkable
style, their superb quality or their
.-omfortable fit, but the combination
of all these, that makes them the fa
vorites everywhere. Every new style
and leather at $18 up. Others
$12.50 up.
Easter fixin's
MANHATTAN shirts are the first
thing you'll want to buy after
choosing that new Easter suit. No
others are worthy of being worn with
the fine fabrics anil beautiful patterns
you'll see here. $4 up, Easter neck
wear in the new narrow shapes, both
four-in-hand anil bat-wings at $1 up.
Gloves, underwear, silk hose and all
the other fixin's.
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