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TULSA DAILY WOULD. SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1920 FIRST WIRELESS HEARD BY WORLD Bordeaux, Franco Station Talks to Navy Yard at Washington. DANIELS SENT ANSWER Secretary Transmits Appro priate Message o Congrat ulation on Completion. VAHHINOTCW, Aug. II. The first wireless message to "bn heard nrotind tho world" was received to day ly Becrntary Dnnleln from Hip Lnfnyotto radio station nt Ilnrdoaur, France. Tlio message km lh flrirt to bn Hent from tho Lafayette station, the largest In the world, which ho Junt been romploted by tho IT. H. navy nnd li undergoing official trot bo foro being turned over to the French government for operation, Tho mrssngo rocrlvrd by Secre tary Daniel follows: "Till Is tho firm wireless mesmign to b heard nround the world, nnd marks tho mllcstono on tho road to rclcnllflc achievement." In n radio message of reply tho secretary wild! "Congratulations upon thn suc cessful completion of tho glgnntlo radio utallnn named for that dis tinguished Frenchman whom nil Americans honor. l)nnli;ned lo servo n military purpose, u win now servo to bind closer tho cordial relations which havo nlwnys existed between France nnd (ho United Htaten. "On bohnlf of tho United Hlates navy, I dcslro to express my pleasure upon tho nchlnvoment of tho I.afiiy t'ttfl radio Htntlnn In transmitting Iho first message to bo heard around Iho world. Wo nro hnppy to recognize, in this power of iilftnal a symbol of that force nnd sympathetic, under standing with which thn volcn of Kronen shall bo heard by hor sister remihll...' ! Slofan of the Past PlaffucH Cox Mcclwff at. South Haul, hid. MOUTH Illl.N'I), Hiil., Aug. 21 Mlko I-'lower wan assigned tho Job of decorating the stand from which (Jov. Jiitnen M. Cox spoko today. Ho rnusacked tho demo crallo (turret nnd brought out n large, beautifully liinuntd pimler of Wtiodrow Wilson ud In tho rampugn In 1916. "Junt tho thing," exclaimed Mike, and ha plare, thn pliluru In tin. in out conspicuous position (in tho grnndstand. A little later ho found a largo crowd gathered about the picture laughing and it photngrnphcr. em ployed by thn rcpubllrnii commit to wan taking a snapshot. nencath Mr. Wilson's picture, Inscription: "Ilo kept tin nut of war" Mlko pulled the picture down. BANDITS OBTAIN $4,056 BY RUSE Force Watchman to Lower Gates, Stopping Auto Carrying Money. , REFUSES TO TALK C0'0PERAT,VE B0DIES GR0W TO CONCILIATOR Postmaster at St. Louis Will Not See. Labor's Representative. HT. I.OUIH. Auk. 21. l'nntmnster, Colin M. Kelph him icfused to treat with Osrnr !. Nelson, a nonrlllator eont lio.ro from tho department of labor to Investigate alleged differ ence between the postmaster nnd postal employes, It wiw nnuolinced today. Hlpli stated Hint nnlerM for tho conference would Imvo to como finm (ho poslofflco department nt Washington. WAHHINOTON Aug. 21 Itefuenl of I'ontmimler Helph (o dial with Hi" conrlllalor Hent to Ht. Louis by (he department of labor. In nn ef fort to settle (ho controversy he. ween the postmaster and tilii pout office elerkn, will result In tho rnn- rlllntor being withdrawn. It wan un I miiinred today by Axel-slant Hccre I (ary Font. Ijirgc Knlng lo lMrinem Ilffcdril lit Iturnl Orguiilrullnri. WAHHINOTON, Aillt. 21 Co operative farmern' associations In tho northern nnd western ntaten, whose organization wan promoted by county agent, lant year effect" d n Mivlnif to the members of 18. 431. 000. Recording to reports mado lo thn ntaten relation nerlce, United Htaten department of agriculture Tho governing principle In netl tlvltli'H on tho part of county ugenln sharing In cn-oporntlvo movemenln turn lieen not In net nn tlio direct bin lnes nitent of tho farmer or an oignnUvil group, but to nxnlnt farm ern In determining what form of local nrgiinMatlon I uenlralilo nnd to Hpeuro expert anilitanie, when iivnllable In orgnnlr.ntlnn methods. Tho c'Minly ngent also liolpn giuiril tho community ngnlnnt ovcr.organ Iz.atlon and wherever practicable ad vocate tho lino of existing, ngcnclen. The ro-operntlve iiKsoclntlon which thn county nxentN have helped form have hnd to do both with produc tion nnd dlntrlbutton and Include co operative grain elnvatom, creilmer len and llventnck nclllng nnnoelallimn, N'cw Zealand hiw 20 noclellea for iproterllng nallvo nme bird nnd nnltnnl nnd Introductlng others In 1 to thnt rountr' Arilnioro Water Kupply Full. , AltHMOItK, Auif. 21 On nc-l rount of the acute water situation here thn city council linn decided to discontinue supplying water to tho iwitorliim at tho nmiinoment park and to Industrie which hnvn other norcen nt nupply. The sprinkling of lawns and washing of automobiles will also bo discouraged. Several million s-ibsldlary colnn havo been mado ot Iron, xlnc nnd aluminum by tho German govern ment mint In tho li.nt few months. Ticket Ofllco llolibcd. WOODWARD, Okla., Aug. 21. Tho Hanta Fo ticket office was robbed Thursday night, for the sec ond time within six months. Sonic $300 In rurrency was taken, Officers havo no far been unable to traco the thief. Mays Stnrtol nt Klngflnlicf. KINGFISHER, Aug. 21 Carl Mays, who threw the fatal ball that hit Haymoml Chapman, shortstop of tho Cleveland Amcrlcnns, started hi baseball career In Kingfisher county with the Hennonsey team. Many of hi relatives llvo here. G. 0. P. DENIES MONEYRUMORS Committee Issues State ment Discrediting Democrat Charge. NF.W TOniC, Ausr. 21. Tho r Jiiihllcau national committee today formally took notice of published Intimation thnt "multmllllonalrn raptaln ot fliuinco nnd business" thought they wern contributing to thn Ilardlng.Cnolldge campaign fund when they gavo J 1,000 or morn to ild publlctlon of n book entitle! "Republicanism of 1030," Thin book, wrlllen by William Ilnrnrs, former chairman of thn in publican nlnlo committee. In being prepared for publlctlon by tho Al bany Journal company, which pub lishes tho IlnrncH iinwnpaper. tho Albany Journal. It was alleged Jnpro than 3100.000 had been ro celved In contributions. In'n nlgned statement thn national comniltteo declared It "haH no con nection with thn book undor prep nratlon by the Albnny Journal com pany or any nlmlllnr book." THREOACE .ENTRIES lrnncc, flrcnt llrltnln nnd Frilled fclnltn (it l'iirtli'lMiii In Air ConlcHt foe (innloii ('nn ,rAniS. Aug. 21. only Ihreo countries 1 ranee, (Irent Ilrltaln nnd tho Unltod Hta(en are entered for tho International nlrplano rnco, In competition for thn Gordon Dennett oup t9 bo held In Franco tho wcok of September 27. Tho entries of thn United Ktntea In the rare are as follows: Air serv lo. United Htaten army, Captain II. W. Schroeder; Aero club of Texas, entry for Mlm H. K. J. Cox, pilot to bo named who will into a Curtis :l2nc; Dayton Wilght division of tlenoral Motors, pilot to bo named, Wcvils Dcstrou Cotton in Arkansas Counties TINE HI.UFF, Ark. Aug. 21. Thousands of acres of cotton In nouthcnst Arknnsas has been vir tually ruined within thn lant two weeks by boll wouvll nnd tho rav ngen of tho pest continue, accord ing to planters of Grant. Cleveland, Jcffnrnon nnd other enmities who ex hibited horo today cotton stalks with nil boll punctured an proof. Cool woalhcr nnd ralnn havo aided thn pest. Cotton estimated lo produce, n balo to tho ncro la days ngo will not be worth picking lu Home sec tion, fanner wild. KT I.OUIH. Mo., Aug. 21. Three ntitomoblln bum! I In (oiliy necilteil 14,0511 In what police declarn to lio thn best planned payroll robbery ever staged In Ht I.nul. Tho ban-, (Ills forced xi railroad erodng watchman, at Iho point of theirore. volvern, to lower the gunrd gnlen of tho Mlnsourl I'acltlc trades nt Koeln street thrco mlnlltrn before llermnn lllnnman, offlrn manager ot tho National Itrfrlgerator I'nmpaiiy, nnd his usrlstiint were dun nt thn crossing en routo from a bank with the money. When lllnnman stopped hi auto mobile, thinking a train wan com lug, two of the bandits forced him iniil hi assistant to Join thn watch man In n march tip thn trucks with ".pi If led hands, while, thn robbers escaped with tho money. Thn nceno of tho robbery wn near the spot whre two bandits Wednesday staged tho Mlnsourl Pacific mall train rob bery In which they scoured more than 326,000, For ocean travelers n new suit case can bo pin pt ltd apd Inflated with nn Hlr ptunp with which It In equipped to nervn a a life .renervur FALL CLEANING Now, is tlio time to have your suits, dresses, coatfl, sweaters and all tf'irmenta beautifully cleaned and pressed closely appronchiiiB thnt of new. Plush coats and velvets a specialty. Expert cleaners and pressors of accordion pleated dresses. Mail orders given prompt attention. AMERICAN CLEANING AND TAILORING CO. CLEANERS & DYERS .Mcnilx-r National AsMX-lntlon of Dyer nnd (leaner IMinno O. 1783. M. HAFHIMl Mgr. . (.'or. It It mid I owls Ate Seven Hundred New Boxes More than seven hundred safe de posit 'boxes, ordered nearly a year ago, have arrived and are now being installed in our large safe deposit vault. These boxes range in size from 3x5x21 inches to 10x12x21 inches and in price from $3 to $20 per year. Small sizes predominate, but we can furnish any size to suit your needs. These boxes will be available within a few days and those who have made reservations are urged to come in at once and make a selection. . If you did not make a reservation but need a safe deposit box now is the time to get one. 1 1 1 aQ FlRST peep at fall I 1 yfck styles for young ' ' - k Pl fellows - li im. . 53 tfSsM&tC'y ' MmM I ULSA'S young men are keenly alive to mat- gk B I MiW' XT' tera of stylo, to smart designing and skill- he! fgjj I rueEm ' 0uVSi yiY ful tailoring. They know instantly whether a g . m 'rrt f?'-iJrM'5 model is right, whether it is the style for them. jj 3 ,('"- This fact is one reason we've made such an early j H mmMff ' display f th ncw stylc? "for fal1 1920' H rg 7"OU can see them in tho windows today. You Wk s I 'mS?IIhr , won't have to have the new style ideas jf jH vem jfflra r ' pointed out they're very evident, very different, cb BsSBcn very much smarter than the smart styles you've m g 'V'VwBibW scen ere m e P381 They're from Stratford 1 4 j C3fT,MEM makers and that is ample proof of their smart- g H ness. Take the time to look them over today. p ' ' ' ' I UP II I ening a Optical Department DR T.ny riirncrstnug nt Clinton. CLINTON, Aug. 21 - Htnto off! rials, buslnrns nnd profcMsIonnl men und public health workers from all parts of tho Main attended thn ceremonies, c.f lading tho oorner Mono of Oklnhoinn' first stato tu ' bereulosls snnltnriuni hero recently William Jennings llrynn. who spoke jnt thn rbnutauipia here, made n jfkhort address, follnued by A. N". I-cerraft, mate treasurer, who sub stituted for Ciovemor Robertson. Fnlii to llullil Home. FKIL), Aug. 21 In response to an nppenl for relief from the pm-1 railing house shortage here, eleven , men appeared before tho chamber, of commerce and pledged them-i selve to build Immediately homes I for 35 fnmlllcs. nnd tho homo build-1 tng assorlatlon agrees to construct dwelling!! a rapidly na they can be dtspocd of. I The Convenient Corner THE JLl " JUS or TULSA New I'ln.i ground fo' 1'iirk. KINaFIfiHi:it. Aug. 21.i-Klng. fisher park ha been equipped with npnrntu mat mnKe n nn Ideal, playground fren to nil of tho city's, children, n well n the most benutl-l ful nnrk In Oklahoma, nnd It Is nl- ready n popular ilnce for picnic, jih Biiaiiu ir'-rn imvn pruieciru lor n qMnr'cr of n century. Access Is over n large suspension brldgo over Fourth and Main .J.S. HAD EN WITH WASSERM AN JEWELERS AN optical department that will meet the requirements of every Andividual is now opened in connection with Wasser man Jewelery at Third and Main streets. Dr. Haden is a graduate optometrest of many years experience and will gladly advise with all who call on him. Lenses Ground Glasses Fitted Prices Reasonable Glasses delivered on the same day. DR. J. S. HADEN J With Wasserman Jewelers Third and Main Sts.