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REFINERS KICK
ON RATE HIKE
Claim Commission Has
Disregarded Their
Former Claims.
PROTEST TO RAILROADS
Association to Go Next
rcctly to the Rail
Companies.
Di
Whlln the tern eftnrrn nmo
elation ha mtl. and will continue
'to mnkn vigorous protect nRalnul th
IncrpaKo In rallrond rate, both tn
thn Interstate commerce commltnton
And to vnrloim rallrnniin nvr which
crurtfl oil nnd reflifed prouuctn re
hiuled from this lorrltory, It will
at the name time bepln a policy of
developing II" local trndo territory
more Intensively In order to nvold
Ions hail!, Vtti V. Leihmnnn, Jr.,
Kenernl counted for tho refiner
X floclntlon. of K.inimn City, told dlroc
torn of tho chamber of commerce nl
their weekly luncheon yesterday.
Protests to tho Interstnto com
morcc commission aitnlnsl a per.
centane Increaso In raten and In
favor of ft "flat" Increase havo ben
cheerfully considered by thrt com
nilwilon and then forgotten, uc.
cording to I.ehmann, who stated that
the only honei for' ft flat Increase Ilea
with the various railroad to whlflh
an appeal in to bo mado In duo time.
"Tne Western Iteflnero association
Is mod up of smatlor Independent
rcflnerc" I.chmnnn explained. "Thee
refiners nro almost wholly dependent
upon rnllroadii for means of trans,
porting their products east from the
Mississippi. Krnm the Mississippi
oast, the .Standard Oil comany and
Its KMhwMlnrUft n..in ....... .-I .
. vim 111 vuiiiiui H
veritable) network of pipe linos; they
av n.i. u. n nu upon raiironus ror
A transportation.
"As an Illustration, supposing one
of our members Is to fill nn order
inr KuauiiuoMn ueiroii, Mich. Crude
oil frnm whlt. 1 1. 1 - ... n i .. .. . . .
i C. . ' 1,1 kmouiiiic in inauc
Is shipped to Tulsa; then It Is refined,
Ktiiuuno loaocn in a tanK
car. It Is shipped to Detroit under
tho Increased rate of 33 per cent ,
"While wo all think of our own
ratfw, we also think of nnr mmnni.
tors' rates. Tursulnpr tho lllustra.
tlon, we'll say tho Standard Oil
iruiij mi iwis an orucr irom
trplt for E.isollne. n sends Its crudo
611 to Lima, Ohio, through a pipe
ne, where It Is refined Into raoo
line. Then it Is shipped on tho roll.
rOAil n II nioni.. nf .ml.. .. II..
to Detroit,
Mr. Lehmann declared tho Inde
pendent refiners would develop tho
local trnV territory, not only to
mako up tho business that could not
bo handled in eastern states bo.
cause, of unfair competition with
plpo lines, but secondly to demon
strnto to tho railroads that If thoy,
as carriers, aro to mako more money,
they must handlo tho samo amount
or petroleum buslnCHa as at present
.No matter how much they in
crease tho rates, they won't make
any moro money unless they got tho
Piles," Mr. Lehmann said. "If the
business Is tAkon away from Iht
roads, tho Increaso does not cnlargs
their revenue."
Officials of tha refiners associa
tion hopo that when this Is realized
by tho railroads, th6y will bo willing
to elvo i some conce.4lon to refiners
that will mako pohslblo competition
on an equllablo basis with tho 8tan
Card Oil company.
"YIPPERS" RETAIN -PARTY'S
CONTROL
CONTINUED FBOM PAOE ONE
the roll as called and tho chairman
called for nominations. '
C.T. Iiyrd placed the namo' of M.
A. Dreckenrideu In nomination for
county chairman. J. J. Harnett of
Jcnks made the socondlng speech.
Judce J. I. x. Holt of Iiroken Arrow
was placed in nomlrfation by L. F.
fiovcrson. Harry Worsham sccondod
the nomination. Tho roll call re
sulted In 32 votes for Orcckenrldge
nd 1 1 vote for Holt, Harry Can
nady was elected without opposition
as secretary- John Holncy was
namrd treasurer.
Tho committee had some difficulty
In selecting r vice-chairman. Tate
Ilrady first Insisted that I.co Daniels
bo thus honored but Leo couldn't see
It that way. Then he placod in nom
inatlon J. C. Kinney In a short
speech In which hp stated that the
tail should go with tho hldo and as
the "ylppers" had everything else
Ihey should have tho Vice-chairman,
Last Day
To Sec tho Groat Laughing
Success
"The
Sweetheart
Shop"
Comedy, Muslo nnd Tloanty
of Youth
lu
'The Man in Black'
with
Bfert Southern and lone
O'Donnell
Picture Program
Blanch Sweet
In
Simple Souls'
2-IUh-I Comedy nnd Pntho News
Picture Start 1 . m.
Vaudevillo 21B, 4:15, 0:30,
7, '45, 0:45.
TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1920
Tho nomination failed for want of a
rviumi. men trie suggestion wa
mado that recognition bo given the
women voters and the election went
to Nell Rchrader of Iiroken Arrow by
acclamation.
The only enthusiasm msiilfostcd
during thn entire meeting wan thef
innmunciurru applausu that Kieotxl
tho nomination of tho candidates for
tuuiiiy cnairmnn nna the staftmPltt
of Chairman llrecknnrldgo denying
that he Is 11 ballot box thief and nd
ocalo of election stealing, tho lat
lor denial being voclforously sec
onded by Kinney, Allison, Joyce and
others of the "ylppor" crowd. Kvon
tho resolution!, uiltlli Luitin. r..l....
1 .. . ... .......a. ..u.i,v, (J.lllinn
nid spent several dus In preparing
and which menlloned every demo-
crane oanoiuato irom Cox to Ob
herst except the two cnndld.ites foe
li'Iirpsontatlve failed to receive mom
mini printing nonce'.
Wltll the nilntltlllll nf (tin t-rtunl.t
tlotis tho meullnir was rnnv-irii.il int..
public forum for the discussion of
national pontics, thus giving the
usual spellbinders tho onnnrtunltv
to got out of their stems ngaln tho
old spci-chs that had not been heard
iur inr pasi iwo yeani.
TULSA GETS BIG RAIN
Morr Tlimi An Inch Tails In Hour's
Tlnio Lin Mghi win p
limit Help To Corn.
More than nn Inch of rain fell on
Tulsa and vicinity In lesn than an
hour's tlmo beginning nbout S:30
last night. Tho woathef bureau re
poried 1.05 at 11 o'clock with the
prediction that a half Inch would bo
added by morning duo to intermit
tent showers during tho night.
Weather reports received last
night dhow that many points In
Oklahoma, especially In tho central
nnd northern? sections had rocoiv6d
more thnn on inch of rainfall In tho
past two das. Oklahoma City did
not fire so well, receiving .3 4
Thursday and only light showers
yesterday.
Corn will receive- the most benefit,
nn- num.. mm. moiMiire Diunc needed
Id make tho ears "flit gut." '
CITY TO FIGHT
GAS RATE HIKE
; ; '
tt Ihrt hntalioulL- rtaUrmlA. ill,.!' t . s . ..... ... .... .. i " " i
I " ', , " .grins, ino armies remaining on uie nrory with the Volkovlssk nialjutok tnn If
t Thursdays sesslun of tho nuso-lno occupied, but not east of tho (Itannovo railway remaining in full ' ... , flicXCa'1
iollsli peace conference, aie given Utto indicated In Karl Cunona now possession and control of tho Itus-! '"ho hlattapcd ConRlUl
In a dispafh from M. Tchltohoriti, of jy ii, Tlio follsh army will slan republic .
i"",r,""i" 4mijihii iiiiiunieii w u r pa nn rmt 1.7 irti tt-rit 1 Afti n ...... ti .
iWfts lAicM, ty (ho ntlWilfttl itvtntlon . Ih nulnn nn.1 lkMilnlnn ftrmv nn,l Lmnlm.. '..mIHii .-..i. V .A"ff:..3
m -i n . Illl'l III 1 1 Ul 1 V ! Ilil VII lit' 111 1RR1IPI1 inr inn
Ilfxt Mitsli l-st rinor, llctl Time. You am lnvllrf.
Ilonldcr. Mtill Kcniirily Aiim-ciiicnt Oi.
co.VTi.wnn rnow I'AOn onii
1 . . . .
tnri mm..! m... 11 11. i n.. I in irfindon tonight. . n.n inirrmellnto ronn will bo do- inmnesly
a few days ago." I Article ono announces that Hussta 1 olurcil neutral with I'ollsh ad-I Artlrlo 15 provides roiand mint
Doctor Kennedy declared there Unit Ukraine- rrcognlib In full the In- ' mlnMtrntlon under control of mled 'luibllsh the trealy and protocols lm
might bo some rcajion for raising tho , ripm.ii,i.n.,. ,i m,, ... .... i,..,,.,. , commissions and speolal commls- 1 mediately tho lreit is signed.
riit)n a city 200 or son miles from I. . , ,, . , . Binn, nni ).prrml rommlsslnns con- 1
Tulsa, whero tho gas Is 'produced. ,0P'"I"0 nnd solemnly confirm the tltnted by tho trades unions.
He condemned thn Oklahoma Nntt i'uH right of the rolluli penplo to es- Artlclo lO sasy that, slmUltancoiM- ,
iiral ting company for piping gas tabllsli tholi- own form of govern- with tho demolilllratlon of tho i
from this territory, which rlghtfu ly ' "wn h-niisl, nrmy nnd tho turning over of '
I.(lnK.t0.Tl'i"H,.tt"""!'e 1 litnniily' i ... ... .. 'arms. Itusslan. and Ukrainian troops
I rr,ih0,in,?.,n,il ,,,l"1B " ,nI I nrUOn n,"wm "n,, ,"k'','", will retire so that at tho termination ,
u K.e.Pi y fc rcn.jiinrn uny form ..f cnntHbutmn of Toll.li demohiiuntlon only 20,000
rafoVVn'oK wmore,ri.'m.orfyr:!r,'l , U V" I
Us attitude of fighting tho Increase. I v;.l 1 ,i 5h.i. y """ rsgion. fofljicrly occupied
nnd promised tho support of n01 "'"""'K anil Ulialm. ,,f railway nnd ngrlcullurnl malerlnl i
membership In any manner djslred 1 Article stipulates that tho t'nllsh lahen away by tho I'ollsh army, and
by tho city's legal department. rmy bo ri'dncwl to tiO.000 men to be ,tlm re-constriirtlon of bridges by thn
1 .-. isuppUnicniid by clvlo mllltla. mad Poles, ,
riAV eoccntJ ' U' ot vrl0t s, orgnnlled to presnrvo 1 Article 12 declares Titland must!
UAT orUtLiM , order and the population' security, 'establish by law distribution nf land I
' , Articles S, C, 7 and X deal with grants, in first placo tn families of ,
lilcniotilllnllnn nf'the inllllnrv and I'nllsh rltliens killed, wounded or I
r;nniciK Will Talk nt OiriK'litcrM .Industries and the prohibition on llll- disabled In tho war.
Meeting: lu Indlanaiolli. portallonn of war materials, I'nder article 13 Poland would ,
WAHIIINOTON', Aug. 20. Samuel Artlclo 9 says hostlllllis will ce ise le Hussla the right nt freo tranult
Oompnrs, president of tho American ?;""rB nr"'r v innuirn of tnoie for men and goons inrougn ner ter-
fedoratlon of Inbor, will mako a
Labor day speech nt ImllanannlK
nt n Labor day demonstration to be
nem tn connection with tho car
ponters organization which It to bs
held there. .Mr aompers In expected
to iloal extensively with tho cam
paign for tho election of members
of congrc-rs and serators clawed as
friendly to tho purposes of organ
ized labor
0, Orders
arrcnt of
(lenoral Predorlco Cordova, ntleged
to have been chiefly responsible for
tho kidnaping ot William O. Jenkins,
formerly t'nlled fltatea consul at
l'uubla, says a dispatch to KcUtor
from Iucbla (leneral Cordova is
reported to bo In Tuxpam. titata of
Vera Cmj, whore ho Is c nimandlng
military forces
GIVES LABOR
TONIGHT TONIGHT
Musician's Hall
113(4 Koutli
Aon Mini Can't imncr, Mstrnl Arn Von (Soliig lo Continue tn Ilo
Slackers, or mv You doing to U-nrn to Dunce- nnd Ilnjoy Yoiirnelfs
tlio iit of our llien? v Tcngli Veni or Hofiiiul Vims Money.
rilAMt K1'.'MH)Y, liislnnitor
Tclcpltono Osagn I0jo
POLES CAPTURE
' BREST-LITOVSK
CONTIrrtKI rnoM PAfln ONK
to dato. seven bohhe.kl dllslonsi
have been cut to pieces end all their
guns captured.
LONDON. Aug 20. Vhs terms
lEUbmlttcd by M ' Danl.havsky, head
25c
The fall in
BreaikfastDinner
or Sapper is Twice
welcome wnen
can expect
1 t& &JML
YOU
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A truly sanitary product of won
xdrous goodness.
Made in a spotlessly clean factory
and packed by the most sanitary
methods.
Southern Maid Syrup adds an ex
tra touch of delight to any meal.
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Dothan, Ala.
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WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS
l UL3A, OKLAHOMA
LAST DAY
Today Ladies Matinee
Grand Triple Bill - -
THE TOKIO SIREN
Starring tho FnRcinating Littlo Mnid of Jnpnn
TSURU AOK1 (Mr. Scssuc Haynltawn)
The SALAMANDER
ALSO UNIVERSAL NEWS WEEKLY
AND STAR COMEDY
jfOTlj On nei-iiunl of ilnpllcnto I'lintriii'lx whli'li nri' i-eimpelli-d
to eiiriy out. for tlm re'iiiiiliidcr .or tin uri-l., the liubllo Ret
tho bcncrit or tills iioiidcrlul triple bill of 1 1 reels, vtllli no ndninco
In price.
AT GRAND TODAY
Ciiiiuuciiciiu; siindjij "Tin: ,irn,n r.mn nkxt nooit"
STRAND
Last Times
TODAY
ROBERT
WARWICK
In
ovr.s at n (iti.ock Niiiiv-oNTiNrorie tiiii n.w
Musical Comedy de Luxe--Vaudeville--Picturcs
eiy Tin: mtaois
COMPLETE CHANGE OF BILL-ALL NEW
l'llt:KI'..STI.MI
JESS MYERS WONDER SHOW
"THE CANDY SHOP REVUE CO."
I'lnM nirfiinnfiiwr of the popular JmM)iri' "Condr Hliop llrrue'i roinpMir,
tn Itiffr tir plur
GIRLS-V.S -GIRLS
a Hiimv wn'iin rnot'ii or "Tim iikst is town"
on THK MCnr.KN
Thou
The
Art
an
doVj1
Charlie
Chaplin
in
The Jitney
Elopement
T MISS THIS PROGRAM
Schedule 0:48, llllR, I2i30, a, 3,iH, jmo, Hi 1,1, 7, HUB, 0:30
Tuclior nro.' Show No. 17 t
Tintr.L I'lcrrniy, i;ioiit
nr.t'.iiH
ROYAL
TODAV AND fiATt HHAY
Whollr dtllthlful la ttumo nd tnt.
mnlt Oil romnc of lh moantslns
vnif riimmtni in tna Tiihai firv.
II l romine et lh mounUUM wllh
ss Inlrlsuln rnytmrV I4miinii.
I IIAinilMI HTAII IIHI.IIIIIIFITt,
BTOIIV IllIAUTirVI. HOlNUtlT
A plttir for Trftodr. Thtr Is
foruttlilns' Is tat lory for sll iIum,
Is Your Conscience a Safe Guide?
Come to
The First Presbyterian Church
Corner Seventh and South Boston, SUNDAY EVE-X
NING, AUGUST 22nd, and hear the fsermon on
"CONSCIENCE DIAGNOSIS"
Sunday Schol at 9 :30 a. m. Morning sermon at 10 :ii5.
Subject--"THE TONIC OK PItAYER"
Senior Christian Endeavor at G:46 p. m.
The evening service will be hold on tho lawn, weather
permitting. Come. v
People's Exchange
111-113 EAST FIRST
Delicatessen Department Largest and bestln-city.
Home-made Pies, all kinds 25c
Regular 10c Bread ; -.' 8c
All kinds of ,fancy Cookies, dozen .'.18c to 25c
Fancy Salads of all kinds. Hot Barbecue
Boston Baked Beans.
This ad is worth 24c in trade to each and every
customer that returns it to us.
Win. Feit I're-M-iils
George Walsh
in
"Sink or Swim"
ALSO
Monte Banks
in
"Kicks"
Wm. Duncan
'Silent Avenger'
ALWAYS A CKKAT HllOW AT VM Al. ADMIUHION t'lliqRH
t.al hun., IIoIIiIidh yd'H-SSit''- Klddl .. .i . to.
S.t.a.H lulil lUlOU - . rr-iTT ii i Tin-rut Anr ff t-Af Tlinn
rn frliiiV, rotillnc humlur. timli,-ll'le'iilnr "Viualr MkTiia TotT n
Icrllllant innlrl lomnlir. On tlm rerrn, 'liirkrr lltoo. ItoeiJ' aiiow, Iraturliif
.link liuiilnrr In Ihe "l,lrt O'liHli." ulm .luunlllt llnlmcn'-Hnet llrart rliMfl.ru
in l lie l.l dirt" ul Tpiuh (iuliiaii In "Mj Ijul) Itahln llcwti" ulro Hunk
Mfinu In "Hie Jiintlor."
Great
55
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TODAY SATURDAY
"The
T JV ... 1
jxaamra lvivsterv
EILEEN SEDWICK Supported by Cleo Madison
and Bob Reeves
It I win n woiulerrnl plot IwboiI on tin, eirll' mom Iffllnff wonelcrt
It Iiim ixiwe-rfiil iiuiiiotl0 injntrv; with picnliiR (ummmino oiul
KK-mI, hlMlI, KlHU-el! r
Added Features:
A HliAZn THAn IMtODI'criON with .lolm lnrcll mill stint
DnliOlei liwrcnro pIcturlzliiR tnio wrati'rn cluirnotcrlMitlotw, In
"When Big Dan Rides"
Anil IHu V Comedy In
'THE LAUNDRY'
WJiero Iiirl Slontffoniory KCllii 1,000 1-aiui tor a dime
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
At 10c and 20c Admission
3upr Strlol V
wmmm
Jlr,t llilnr. luring nd flthtlnir. I
lllood-ihot atlloa. Itlt.rtllii tr. i
a.imrr. Mrittfjins thriin turii u
t nk c.r.t n brr. Ufa t It
thi.t. mil at id cruilMt. Dth
eitrln( lunli. A fcMIU ( guti and
Hutu.
Alio
HANK
MANN
in ono
of those
funny
"THE
ROYAL I
Ailultn 3Qp, lfl.ldlcn too I
: 3j LAST TIMES TODAY
I 1 mi m
IL '-J I.
1 j
A TOM I
MOORB
duds I
Irum Hie Hurt In (he hilunUj 'A
r . l!rlllnir l'nt, 'A1
I (laiimiinl m .'i r.ni Muniwlnr 'X'
hi-ri'e-n T'lnirt I li3 it :n . itoo
3i.i Ainu Ui30 in ii tr W
Today Only
I I lo Ktnr of n Tliotuutiiel .MiKxln
In ii iff urn Mioh'Ihk of lior
(vli'lirntcel huimxwii
YEfor EYE
Tim CuriK't of Ilnpl.iil! Did you
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insstio rue oiii-o mori! it ml bo
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of tlm i'Asi ami (irr.it Afiimn
I)e-eTl Am tlm Orli'iituU moro
UhNliiiuiti lowrt moro IimIIc.
tln luilrrn lli.m IIiioi- nf Urn
Of lilcnt'.' Se tlie vut Ulffi-rvne-ei
of iiiiiinieti'i- iH'luri'ii tlm two
ixxipiiw in "i;vr rem uyi:,"
PATHE NEWS
Palace Orchestra
Scrrein Time)! 10:30, 11:30,
Vl:4Z, '.', 3H5, -til'.O, 5:13, 7,
HUG, UlSII
Admission 35c;
Children, 10c
1 X4
1
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Double
Program
superb presentation
the startling play
Life's
1 Twist"
An absorbing tulo with a
select cast of players.
Special engagement of tho
famous
Vandcrbilt,
University
Glee Club
Appearing at 3, 8 nnd
NOW PLAYING
Miss Shirley
Mason
IV
The Little
Wanderer
A IIoiuaiicu of it Dnlnty Glrf
from Noohcro
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