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TUI.SA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1920
7 CITY HALL TIED UP BY A STRIKE Opposes Wilson Slate U. S. AT PEACE MEET w-sons are entertaining ELWEL BOUGHT BOOZE Salary Increase Denied and 2.000 Quit Jobs In Chicago. POICEMEN MAY QUIT PiM Department Still Oil Job hut Situation Is Serious. OMICAOOi July I.J-Il4niifipri with Ihl gottog gf gltF couni'll In denying nraetirally nil rgQdggtg fm Hilary lnrrr-.un . group Of imini f i pal employcH In many ili-purliui-ntx gflg Juli.i-il ll'" 2,000 rlty WOfllWl iilrr.nly on mrlko. On thiiiarttl clrrks ,tnl nlrno fctaphrin at rlty hall, who utrurk earlier In the spring, have rnlleil a IlieelltlK for tnnlght to OOnSidtf whether they ohall attain walk out Poller- unit ftrtnn iiive ite.-ldej on no urtion. Tho) iokod licroi of .100 yearly td rootlVOd from the rounrll 7! n nt a month or $8 per nnniim, making their new rutin 000. The principal tnker today were In the building Inspection anil en glncerlnK iliMiiii'tini'iita where rleva iMpoetori anil glgotrtogl ggl riei rs walked otit. The .'tiki- llOOtrlolAM huvi' threatened to rail mit all Mtreet ... li'in.- AftlMtni and polio attd fire alarm opeiatois. who are affiliated with their union To grant the pay lnrveae (to rn. inrteil. the rounrtlnnnnouneeil larit night, would OOOt $20,000,000. while the rlty In already practically hank rupt. - - n inf rtnuH win ntn timer to lteparatlont to he Made by M-rmnii at rotifcr-encr nv Thii AMnniiitd Hm nnrsHKi.H. July 1 - The Unt4 Kt.itex will he Informally reprenenied here tomorrow at the meetlni; of the travelling peace conference whuli after having Ml In the three other MttlltrlOJ mom ft ftCt td ly the war, will iiKnemtde here In the PalalB dot Academic w 0 Hoyden of Chicago and Colonel Jam A I.ogan, the Ainirlr.tn unofficial memhern. will come along with Ihe reparation), mln. tog The American will ulvc advice r garding financial problem! partleul-' grly ooneemlng reparations io bo I paid by Qarmany, which ore to be I oeitieii before the allied eonferoiice with the Hermann, itl Kp.i War Lharge lleWlltl, WAaWINtlTON, July i Formal rVnlalx were made today by the .int. and war depat I m nm of the Mali llli'lil of I r, f Kl . I ii ! Ithe I nlverxllv .,f Mlnneinta aavaMl .V'-ivn .in.i Itef, .re Ihe I'nul. i-itiinlv t;i ronvrntl-m of the committee of i that he. wiiile nerving to Ihe mill, toy Inlelllgeiue dlvlafan during the war. had opened the mail of llrr.k ei.ildge Iong, third aalxtant stor- l ire or mate, Cyplnx .! . l.i 1 1 , he " ordered to m.en Mi I,,,'..! Il 111 "Iiiim Use lli n,i t,r... I ... I.. ... t in I enpooucnee objector." with a eonaclentloui tmbaonadiir nmi Mro tneocrond ttneote at Whin- rloar Minehron, WAfttlNflTON, Jul) i Preeldenl and Mm Wtloon entertained lnfor maiiy at luiu boon today Amhanoe dot and Madame .1 1111 r a nd. who will nail S iturday for Fr uoe for itie mi in iner. It wan the flint time sine the prenident wan iikrn iii laat deptem her thatgt moiubei of tin diplomatic eorjiH ha in en tntortalnod ni the while hoone After receiving word thai the tli'in oerattc convention had adjournod gn tu n p. mi, Mm Pranolace n no, the prenident With Mo WllOOg went for all ggtOIIIObtl l Ide. SWITZERLAND GETS LOAN Iwwftcon Haiii.i r. tgece iii gale of gM,000,00fl him: TVrm nondii KV fORK, Inlv I A lll(, Oiirt nail loan to Swlmerlaml w ill he lamed 111 Ho I nil oil Hlaten nn a re- nuir of negotiation concluded twei n the Hwlnn gm.-ioment and Amerioan hankera. it wan annognced today. The money will he rained through iin Ml of twenty or twenty five yvai inging fund bond MUCAI) HORN ir in i it m i Mflntote? of oiiimcrcc nnowncm Itllle of I I rani 10 IVOtlnM n Mttn, PARIS, July i Annnunegjnn wan m i le in the chamber of daputl thin afternoon by Mlnlater of Com In l-"iance will he rained for bread in Prance w-u b mined io i franc no centime a mllo, ami for whoai to ion frnncn per hundredweight .,! I 1,1, in. null Mi lln, llolm: i .urge Qnaniltlm Rhnrtl) He fore NnfdVf Hm uci-i d NCW I ORKi July I '-fame H Hiicxin. igporvlaing pedhlhltlon m fnrrrtiH'in agi ni, annognood tonighi thai he had ohtglned Information that f OOVptl H Kl n ill. lot fin in and whlnl expert, nho- lo death iti hlfl home here June 11, had Incn en gagod in the pur ha at of larva quan ni en of ii'ium for ipaculatlv pur I poggg ihortly Hafoeg inn deth i i:iweii. gaeordtng Mr, Iharlln, 'wan a tneinhrr of a "whlekey ling" iiich Inoludod m i. i ii prominent I men and iportlng mM Mm Infot I motion, Mi ghoelln Mid, ghowed thai thin "ling" had made pi, inn for n lurge profit through lh nale of ll'iuor In thl cnv anit al faming dm ing July and Ailgltnt. Mi Hheiin In format bra wag obv i tined through ihe ggamlMiiog of n ' mail nald lo haie hen Willi BlWOtk. "Although we hnve gttlglnod no i tldi'iice lo lUppOfi the theory that thene trnnniiclloun led lo hln murder." Mid Mi hovtln. "w gre I necking gUOh InfoiniiHlnti." Ifuml Hnnrrlti KlfOXVIIXB, Tenn , -Inlv 1 Mn,. Mary l.owe Collilia f la'Xlng-j ton. Ky . wan re elected prenident of tin- OmOff lOrOTlt) today at the inn i lulling nennlon of the national i on M illion The preeldent'i galary wag lncraed from tl.mo to l.tmi per leal illher offlcem eleeteit re; i Minn Ad t'aldwell tienever. vice I prcaldenl; Minn Annie Whlteatde of ell Mucklg, Tenn., Mcratary, Mr. ; C. A Watgon, WanhlngKin. P. t'.. Ireaauroi Mrn Relan Dagny, Halt l.ik" City. ICtlng chief ncrlle, and Minn Klennnr la-wl. Chicago, editor o ... "Md gat! While Billon wa deferrafli It In baflgetd the gggOgUvk rommlttgg will ccept Pnlt Ikn 111 CtOW touch I City' InVltgtlon to hold thn next hl- ennll rnnfer. neg theie tf"! CAMPBELL'S- weial BREAD It in pprcially grind broad bftktd in a criNpy-erimt, aplit top loaf, economical, too. 15 tents at the Rrocers. DR. STOTTS ?to Richard nidg 1 hli d and Bogtgg Tuica. Ok la. i Formerly of Hot SprirtKH Arkanaas Blood, Ilk In. ileiil'" l'rlnar and Venereal Dlaogaag and general office practice Hrrulill, Vaccine, Klectrlcal Treii I meiit Phon i niag nmi YOU SHOULD KNOW Th1 the membership of the Tulsa Ileal Estate BxchMft i 0OnpJMd f the foremost real Mrtato dealers in Tulsa 75 firms in all. Uftf MURDERED AS HE SLEEPS CarNilIc Arid Tourr. In Mmitii of Kaplan AcriiMxl tiff lioiiiK Spy. new YORK, July l.- DeteotlVM of New lliivi n, Conn.i ;unl NVw York. Joined in a jMMrrh h'tf tmlay for Mrs. AlUAndtr Bokolowtky, wife of a IlUHnlan who wjih tiffttlgi ly niurt.orofi in Now llavn list Sat urday, by hatnir oarholio ncid jnnjr rd Into hin mouth whll h flpt. It was flrvl hrlipvod that Jfalouny irmpired Dip murder, hut It Hin, ha hr en. -Irarncl I hat inkolowk y, who whs ap nt f the American Ked- rat ton of Iahor, wa nocuned by nomo of hia roniraden of tMlng n npy of the amploytri In the r.mkH of labor. Mrs. Sokolownky disap peared Im mediate 1 v after the f rn - Mtlfttor Thomas .1. Walsh of oMnU.fl A In 0TtG of thi ladri irho Is np poH.MK an our and out Wilson leaRUe plank. He is a member of tb rMOtll tlons (timmltt-)' and w ino of the committee of nine, lie withdrew front the rare for chairman of the committee, Three contestants and three alt'-r-nuto.H who will repreaetit the I'nllid Ktatf-d in the international hallomi rare at Indlunapnlin will bo ohotttl from thoHe in the national event. Kot inn entries received fur the international race include thren ouch from Kraiv i- anl Italy and iie each from (Jrat Hi itain and Jtelglum. ENTER BALLOON RACE franco, Italy, t'ntrlanrl anil ni-lfrtum Will PurtliUI. In Ills Kvont. NEW TORKi July 1. Trelv en tries have hecn received for the na tional balloon rare at Indlnnapolln, Indiana. Soptemher 11, the Aero rluh of America announced tonight. BOLSHEVIK MISSION FAILS Minister ltrtnriM t , !tusa After CttpWOOeMfv Trip to I inj?lant. IdONDONi July 1. Whll antl bolshevlk newnpapi-rs here are con vinced that the mission of Leonid Kradisin, boUhevik minisier for trade and eommerce, haa failed, and that negotiations have probably been ended, the pro-bo!hevik press is equally positive that M. Krasstn is going to Moscow merely to confer with hl government. He will ex plain the present positions of the nepotlntlons. which, arrortllng to theso journals, aro prorecdlng QUlU satisfactorily. NEW OREANS WALKS Strrrt nr Strikes TMrn Cp t'lty. V. S. Marshal on OttftFd ai Cur ItariLs and JPowflV BOOM NKW OUIJ'.ANS, July 1 -Street OAr traffic was a t a tMOmftll her ttxLiy us u result of the strike of 1,001 employes of the New Orleans ii.t i ; w a A: Light oompfttiy, which went into effect at miduU'nt after the failure of union workers and the fodOXftl rerclver of the company to rearh an tglMHUHt luputy I. S. marshals were on guard at the car barns and power pluntH today. Traction company of ficials and federal offlcera stated they w i c OOafldOpt curs would bo ope rat imI tomorrow. BoidlOfl itAtlonod at Jarsson Ibar rarks will bo called out In the event, si rlous violcneo Is thn an tied, it was annnunred. Tin ants nffforrl n rlnnrltig house of InfonQMlon for all who nr. iinxlous o ki-p In tourli with cx iraordlnary nolo rtui tires. ONL Y TWO MORE DA YS REMAIN OF OUR Annual Half Price Sale NOTHING RESERVED Dresses Skirts Blouses PRICED Suits Coats Sweaters g A Special Lot of DRESSES This lot of dresses includes beautiful summer ginghams, voiles and linens at the special price of $10.00 MILLINERY Beautiful spring models in the wanted shapes have been grouped in one lot at the very special price of $3.98 514 South Main 1 a 514 South Main SEE OUR WINDOWS FIXE FI'KS AM) FI R COATS A deposit of one-third will secure any piece of Fur or Fur Coat until wanted, and stored Free of charge. t I to Slort Thai Alwcy PUam" I 1 Ji 8 West Third Street- i E - - Be sure of our location. We are at 8 Wast Third St., opposite Rialto The ater. Two doors west of Main St. GROUND FLOOR ROBINSON ARCADE Beginning Today We Announce Our Annual July Sale of Fine Furs And Fur Coats At Positive Savings From 25 to 50 Anticipating the unprecedented vogue of Furs and Fur Coats, we have prepared an advance sale far beyond anything ever before at tempted. The latest accepted modes furs that will be the height of fashion not only during the summer, but next fall and next winter as well. The very styles you will see at the summer resort and everywhere smartly dressed women assemble this winter. Fur prices will never he so low again this year At pgMgM Ifeg psteg (if raw fur In Kl ail lly uilvniK Iiik iuiiI all rimrki l bMUflgtlOSM point lo -nil ln;:li' i prtggg, TtMg SSJSM mod! mil Im' murll hlKlu-r prlivil l liriiiit'li nul tin- wliiilo .ii nn full unit ullin r Furs and Fur Coats purchased during this sale will he stored free it win pay yog i tmy fur nmi i . now for neg) full nmi winter, u, nut sloe ihu rhsf mini.- (luring tliii haIi- free or . i.... in our oold dry itonS gntll yog wish iti iiv ari mate, a gnall iri null iu imiit your M-lrilloil. Fur Coats and Coatees At Savings from 25Jo to 50 Luxurious Hudson Seal Coats Stunning Seal Coats trimmed with handsome collars and cuffs of skunk, squirrel and Aus tralian opossum. Priced from $360 1 $550 Handsome Marmot Coals Fine coaU made of rich lustrous skins in the three-quarter lengths, beltod; plain and trimmed ..fT. $300 to $450 Very Fine Near-Seal Coats Rich coats made in three-quarter and short models, of fine selected skins; pliwn and fur trimmed collars and ftQfiA ta $fl Ci cuffs, specially priced JOOU 1,1 tDitJU Rich Coney Fur Coats The popular short length coats with large shawl collars and full sweep bottom so smart for the tttTT.m::.$145 and $175 Stunning Jap Mink Coat Here is a beautiful coat in the new short length model, very rich and best quality Uig'iPvO skins. Priced at DOt)U fpf.. m r v Cap Fxtra Fine Jap Mink Coatee $650 A rare specimen Coatee of rich fur is this smart coatee of fine quality .lap mink; large shawl collar, tails and belt. Priced Our Guarantee We guarantee every piece of fur we sell as to quality, style and workmanship, and will keep all furs in repair for one year. Every piece of fur is sold without misrepre sentation as to kind or quali ty of fur. O.I O f es : stoles : hearts Throws and Chokers Rioh Fox Animal Scarfs 1 Meant if ul large, medium and small size fox scarfs in brown, black, taupe, red, silver cross and pointed fox. heads, tails and paws. Priced at, " $45 up to $165 Jap Mink, Fox, Wolf, Oposum Stylish chokers, suitable to wear with suit or dress, in brown, black, taupe, poriet silver; foxes, Jap mink, Kolinsky, stone marten and opossum. $22.50 to $65.00 Black Lynx Animal Scarfs The soft silky lynx and lustrous skins in large gnd medium size animal scarfs; large heads BUft $105 f $150 Black and Brown Wolf Scarfs Vnlf fl the most durahle fur for service; in black, brown and taupe large six.e animal scarfs, large heads and tails. Excellent r tiiGFC values' at POO lU PiJ Jap Kolinsky Capes and Stoles Here in this collection you will find the choicest and richest furs of the season. Made in large, tin ilium and small capes with tails, heads and belt trimmings; all richly lined. Triced at Jap Mink Capes and Stoles Handsome capes and stoles of excellent quality Jap mink, in several handsome model j trimmed with tails, pockets, belts and collar effects; all nicely silk lined. Priced at $250 to $450 $45 to $450 YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT THE ADVANCE SHOP a.