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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1920
LEGION MEETS ! Upheaval Indicated Afiainst BritisJi Ih RICHEST OF MEN IN CLEVELAND' ""' C"""T"" ABANDONS WORRYi I r3 Problems of Nation-Wide Interest to be Considered. BONUS QUESTION UP Philadelphia D o 1 nga I ion Comes in Box Cars as They Did in Survicc Days. l-nNnTANTINOPU:, Kept 15, via I .' n 1 1 . iti Hepl IH. -A glgrtii'lo upheaval Avalnst dm IlrliiHli llinniplniiil the orient wan f rc shK.lnwc.l liy speeches lit thn Asiatic bolshevik congress at ItHku. d'rnnllnB to Information received h re today. Till' Turkish nationalist rcglino which hart bug" representiitlnn ill Hip ni""tiHK. Issued mi official .1114 tirtlinrcniriil llmt mnr" tliun I.DfjO. rlolKa tH w re pres. ni. reprosent. lug the nili IkIihiI' world. Tlif1 natl.fwilist nniinln'iiln em plmslx'd. Hip f fti.it lh spcciih fin iT.mt I "Ki-rifiiiH intention of 11 grcit mcv. ii.enit i.i'ilnst Itrltlsh I llll' " John D. Rockefeller Is, Only Interested In Daily Golf NI'.W YOUK, Hepl III - -Till rirh nt man In Hi" world Ik no longer mtsristed in tnnkliiK money .Mote thim Itmi he In not overly ton. crnril wllh what becomes nf Hi" greatest wliigh f.irmn- ever a- 1 1 mtilaic.l, although h" ImpiH li mi) In: um'd for good purpose John I Ho. kcfi Her. now travel Ing'townid dm cighty-scroiid year li CLHVULANI' "lilo. Hepl t ine. is 11 iiermii nurr .iiniie.i oy Thirty thousand foin.er nsrvlec mrii r I ITI rr Omini O V" '""'.'"" in 1 iii i ami ... . ''- n thousand mllllnriH rimlM in. Mlon lime on Kept, mbcr 2.. 51 ai .I RPD TRD R '-" "'"'")"" t" ""n""n Tim t.inveiillnn , "III. I. will falcj 1 rlf j ( ,ff) , pl,iylnK up iiictilmtw of imMoii-wid" liitoie' . ,, ,, h ,UKPW lrm, p,Hurc will oK" provide ..ppoitiiiilti r"'T, . .,. . , ,,. , from hm hour and 11 lialf to two scores of t.uitiloiis of divisions 11.1.I, Konortcr I' IIUIS I WO SkU'S In urn cv.iy .li.y. tils wratlirr li"r- 1 f !..! limiting 1 1 1; xii 1 iik 101 mnii Guns Mounted Kllifillcr IIIMI11 Visitor will In. In.!.. ninny .1 Iiiku ll n .l mrn. A paimlo on the opening 'In l In bo onw f 111" ff'Htllii'i of th g.ilh I'lnjf. All of Ih" Icgloiiiisrlcs will nuinii. HIMy hand will fmiiMi I'm music 'I'lic slta of tlif puniilo Ik oii p.Mtc.l In fiMlifii in..inoili of tli' votPriinn of III" time wIipii Hi" I'l i'iu ll prnmiit hI.mhI fit rniillhlil. p In U'Rl. lt I In; Mini of til.' Aiiivili ii'l lIxp.MllMotiiiiy lonu iiiimOiliii; to llio front. Tllliro Will .. Iilc qlK'HtllHIH I.V d iili'. Amu'i III" ilili'f of iIipiii I UlBt of III.! nlllttj.tr of lliu Irk'lon towiif.1 l.omii. for tho S.OdO.fiOil lipiil."rn of tliu l pfli.il. nil. I tli .ii.. llon of 11 ililvo lo I.1I111: I'Vcty cIIkI lilc "x-nprvlco mini within tlm fnl.l. Thn it 1 1 r 1 of Ml ii 11 RiiinpnlKti, l.'iul i rM Klnt", wniil.l Im to iiiiiIm. tin. I.' Kli.n tlio ni.ift powerful, noii-piiill-h(i 1 1 . iiiinctriHli frico In Amciicaii nf 1 it 1 1 p. Willi.. miiIiiiin Hlato .li'pnrtmpiitu of Ihc liulon will mil. mil oth.'i' r.'n.i lul Ioiim for ;i.t Ion hy l lie nation. il lioily, th.i full.. nine twclvn malt'Ti. urn rxpoctPil to im'Uo th iiiiihI ul tontlon: An A litcriii 11I7... t Ion program, hnvhiK for 1 1 h piiriioM.' tho iinhIiuIIi. lion of lh uutlon'H nlloii inipul.illon ami nl.lliij; Inimlk'rantH In Iwnnlni,' AmrrUun III en lit, lilnt.it - 11 ml iiih tonm. Tim fourfold lioniiH propoHlttun. (I) Iiiid (.cttlciiH'iit formrr M.n- II. 0 ini'ti nml womi'ii In r.'t'clu' 11,10 ' for I'ach tlnjr of Kiirvlrp, to apply on tho purchnt of liin.l anil uov.'in mpnt proJt"i't, or Inaim for huyliiK .''liilpnirnl; Ci) hoinn aid, with i2 tor "iifli .lay of hptvIc, to apply on tho piirclmb" of a Inline or farm: (3) vnrntlonul rnlniiiK. with Jl.r.0 ,for pncli tiny of nervk. to he pil.I within 11 year nfler ttio npproval of III. , bill: (4) (iik)i t'onilieiioatlon of 11,60 for cat'h ilny of hpivIc", i.i lie pal.l im Ioiik ih Hm rriiplpulu arc olititliiliiK tdiiratlon from thn rov-frnmrnt. More mleriuata nlil nml euro fur wounded AniprlcuiiL noMI"r. (IrsntliiR nf Imii'.pillntn tltlrciinhlp 10 nu wuo nerved 111 tun army ami navy or mucin" etiriui. Jtevl.tlon of the t-lvll norvl. o rrpu- uiiinuH to muKo It eiiKlrr for fonner service, men in obtain public employment. Declnlon upon a definite military or iion-iniiunry policy. Declaration of ArmlHtlce .lay. NoveinniT ji, an u national hoi Idny Urimtlo nrllori for thOMn who havo ptovi'd KUicKern in the world war. Opposition to the participation nf Legion men, no memherM of thn 1 organization, In labor illnpiitei.. liunnlnfT of memberithlp driven to ralKt. thn prcnent nieniliernhlp of 3,000,000 to twice Hint number. Kleellon of new nffleerH. Adoption of a "iltuiil" for Inlta tlon. Tho Cleveland convention com mittee, headed by Oononel (' C Chambem, I liuny completlnc tie- tallK for the big convention. All hotels have been reserved for the delegated and visitors. In addition ClevehindcrH. nro birtVy offering tn nouno 1110 visitors, many oc them iren of chart:",. Iloxlng matches, moving pleturen! laHo rldcH, shoWM, dunces and K.-iiOrierM have been nrraiiRed to nrovlrn entertnlnment for thn vet runs. The iMilladelphln I.eglon will come by box earn, reminiscent of Hie old dnyu (.pent on the l-'rench front. Thn 37th division and 1)10 fi2nd .division are among thoso that will I hold reunions during thn convention Tim 37th or lluelteyo division, re- mnlon will open on the Hiinday be foru tho convention, September. 20. PUBLIC STANDS FAST iiv if h (ihi:i:nvai,i fK-iehilMv fable to the I N' and Ixui'loii 1'i.lly Kxpres TUItl.V, Hept If.. Tb Hei'lude.l In Ills INicantlrn IIIIIh. New York isIhIp, with ..lily a few 1 Intimate ironies to chat with at fre ,'liient ln'ervsl) and never seelnn " , .usual .all.r. the man who WAN I .'II king- for he no longer w".im Hie 1 till" has turned n.n'pmplulU" nhllosophei and IH .IIhIiiI. rented In fe. ItliK r.. Id aff, Ir here ail regnr.li ll.e International outlook III ( oiineettoti with the bol- f)itfcllUI'(Cd SoUHd'H ehevint movement Is lew optimist!.' , . ,V,ll,1.Ii;rlnll than I found 11 In Mllnu. 'l t A "lU Z(,l'nlt. , i h.. number of mi fluid hoisted A I Oklahoma Capital on slilpi and other bllll.lingH tciidl-l ly Increase. The number of machine Kilns itiitliuicd at strat.'Xle polntN ready tn send volleys Into rioting liiulis. Ii.'ih been liipled slnie last week. . Miniature fori are I. dug estab lished on factory ro.j-j and tho dig ging of trenches In the streets and H.tiari'H gouH on feverishly. Honu'of Ihn main thoroiiHtifaioH icmmihlo war H.eiicH with all the details. In cluding Im bed Wire oelts. llotli m 11 10 preparing for n .led. .0 clash. llatterl.'M uf guns, of all .a 1 1 tic rH Innumerable rli-M and even tiinliu ur readllieM. Metal workers liuvt. started com munal kltrlieiiH where food is ob tainable for coupons, tin. anarchist wing of the Htrlltera Ih ngllatlng Hm seizure of food simps to prevent a famine. The belief prevails that Htm vatloii muy foice Ihn workers to leave tho faetorlea In tho suburbu and country dlstilctH and Invade tho tilU'H like florks or hungry wolves, Ah 11 conseiiuencn tho mllltnry guar.lH In all cities havo been doubled, Til ere Is bloodshed here dally, but so rat Hie casualty llsta havo not been heavy lly AnonrUtptl Vttmt KUtn wlrs OKLAHOMA CITY, Hept. 1.1 -Unit. .nil. ly dl.eliitrg.'d soldlerH who have not yet obliilned liatnnilliitloii papers can do so by npplilng to tho U. H. naturalization examiner In company with two witnesses, It win. said at the court clerk's office here today. Ordi narily two yearn Is ic.pilre.l for an untiaturallr.u.l peison to obtain cltlz.'iii'hlp, but exception has been made for men who set veil In the war ami were honorably dis charged. 1 1 TEXTLE WORKERS QUIT Telephone Manager lo Submit Statement of i:iupliieH In I'lictoile '11 Tin co Mexican SlalcJ !). .!c a , (Jenenil fill Ike. HAN ANTONIO.Texas, Kept, lfi. Textile workers In lhe Mexlriiu slateH of Vera Cruz, I'uebia and 'll.ixcal.i hnv" declared n general strike, duo to the reduction of pro duction by the factories, owners In an "ttdevnr lo ralHe tho prlco of their products, according to reports reaching mllltarv iiu'.hiiiilles here today. Over 1 8.000 railroad und textile workers- are now on strike In Mexico. Hteve.tores contemplate striking at the port of Vera Cruz In order to force shipping mastera to lecognlze their union. Company's Needs Here "Habu Headquarters" ' 1 r.'..i it .11:. . Chubbu Utile Tots Ovy J 1,000.000 must bo added In llu. next two years to expand tho local plant of the Houthwest ern Hell Telephone company, ac cording to n stntement filed by Cleorgti !' Hell, local manager, with mayor and city commKulon. or Thursday. According lo tho statement, the uctunl Investment In the T11U11 exenange "n June .10, 1920, wail 1 1,38$. ISO .17. on which the return for the first six: months of 11120 waa 3.3 per cent. Mr. Dell expects to appear be fqro the mayor and commisslon efs at their regular bi-weekly meeting I'Vlduy morning, at which time he will submit thn company's estimates and flgure.i or lhe cost or nperiit:on and value or eriulpniciit. Ilaby No. 1 T 1 was the last tn bo registered for the better baby show1 at the Tulsa county fair lain yesterday afternoon before Iho clivnlng of thn day of tho reiflstrn tltm board at the War Havings bank. Mrs. Harriet M. Wardell and her helpers: wero kept busy during the day enrolling babies over th" telnphon and "In person," Notice of !ho dandy and hour upon which each child must bo presented for examination during the show s being mailed out lo the pitrents lxanilnatlnns will be conducted by nurses, pliy slclami and child epeclallsts. rctler.il Itcscrvc Hoard Officer Sajs Itniik nml lile Is Itcfii'.liig tt llcml tn Higher Prices. CHAHI.KSTON'. W Va . Sept. lli The buying public Iiiih rebelled ugalnst ever moiintlni' prlres and Iiiih forced a period of readjustment of values, Vice (iovernor l'latt of tho federal reserve hoard declared today In a speech here before the 1t11nu.1l convention of the West Vir ginia Hankers' association. Aunlvsis of tho country h business condition with respect to price elioatlons, dis closes a mark. .1 lessening of de mand, he fald, nddlng that the re fusal to buy lis tracablc directly tn public sentiment against high prices air. Jiatl b speecli, the first nince bis appointment, was liigncd as a reply to critics who had .harged that the board's credit ristrlctlon ami redis count policies were tesponsllile foi the closing or part time operation of scores of mnnuractuiing estnldluh liients. Such charges, he said, were without merit us tho toum.ns ror the closing of many factories wer found to be "dcepor seated and more widespread." claim xi:oito stoli; CLtn inxti Collins Ilfhl for Ijirtvny of Suits from H:l:t list lirst Street VIII Collins, a negro accused of stealing oiotlilng to tho value of H0 from 833 Bast Klrst jtfeet Reptem ber 10, entered a plea of not guilty at his Arraignment Thursday before Justice H. C. Maxcy und was com milled to Jail under bond of 11.000 for preliminary hearing October 1 T. O. Jlafford claims tho negro stole clothing from threo men living at the Kat Klrst street addn sa, the totnplalnant, Ud Uawnou und O. 0, It u 1(1. If you can't see to read the finest print with one eye and see a mile with the other eye through the same Lense, you are a gone gosling! Anj way, .tolm the Itlng Man is selling more hHi'taiic than most fruit dealers niv selling lianauas. There's 11 reason. Listen and you will lenrn why. One-piece bifocnl Spectacles, far and near vision, ground in the same lense only $10, complete in any si7e, style or shape frame. Price them elsewhere. Wo iiUo have u complete line of single vision, cither muling or dis tant sight, sM'ctaclcH at S'J to jr.. Come to the biggest little store In Oklahoma nil) lime of the day nml ou villi see this little storo crowded with customers. There's li rciinon. i'hU little store Is the best niheitl-cd Little .store In tliu I'lillc.l SUiIcn. This Little Store sells to a child the same as to nil adult. .lnlutf) one, price lo all. Did )ou cicr think of Hits: Satisfied customers will send their friends and that's what counts, Wo have Is-en in business here over .1 V, cni'S, mid vie challcngo tiny one to find a customer thai will claim vie misrepresented our b.mkIs. John, the Ring Man Call at 111 South Boston Ave., Vz Blocks South of the Frisco Station , 213 215 S. MAIN STREET Anniversary Sal Many New Specials From Our Rcady-to-Wear Department at Our Anniversary Sale Prices Splendid Display of New Fall Suits At $39.50 and $55 These values arc really remarkable and we urc you to see them and com pare them with others. New Woolen Dresses $32.50 Over a hundred in the lot to choose from. Styles for every autumn purpose and occasion. Furs at 25 Discount An event of note in our anniversary sale. Sec these beautiful furs at such remarkably low prices. Cretw tie CIiIiip Tcldlin In wlihe lane trimmed with "" (pQ fA ribbon ell on l.l e r straps, very special at sDmI.Ov Crcs tie Chine (iovvns In flesh only; (fp QC special at . tJjOttSt) Muslin TimIiIIch of fine quality lace nd embroidery (t- CtCk trimming. Special at ti)JtOt Muslin (.onus A large assortment to chooso from. r7Q 12 DO values at '. tlll.l J One lot of new outing gowns, pink and blue stripes; ull (PQ Cft good large sizes, Id, 17, 18 and 19. Special tpOaOU long Sleeio Muslin (low as (Uey f?( Special at p,0J Jersey I'tillconls; hrlght, pretty colors and a good Gl"7 (?A value. Hperlnl D OU Vew Woolen Scarfs I'rlngo (PQ CA (UK anrt (CI A KA Trlmiced Hpclal .pO.OU) tDO dJlft.UU Onn lot of Cdrsets. special 201 Off. SILK CAMIKOLi:S. UnAKSIIUUCS AM) IH'ST COM'IXICIIM AT ANMVi;ilSAItY SALIC IMllCrS Ont lot Camisoles In flesh and white laco and ff ribbon trimmed. Special at JJ)JLVl Wash Sntln Cnmlsle In flesh and white: daintily (T- rn trimmed Special at vXOV llrnsslcrcs Kmbroldery trimmed; In white only. (p- ff Special tDl.UU Other Hrasslcres -Sizes 38 to 44. Qf Special lot at Ittist Conflnen. In flesh and white; sizes 32 to 44. Htin Speplal today at . I OL SANITAHV GOODS Ol ALL KINDS IN OUR, coiusirr im:p.htmknt ANNIVKHSAUV SALi: IN Ol'H HAIlY AND CIMLnitnN'S DUI'AltTSlUNT .MOIMI SIIW SPECIALS TODAY Utile Hath Holies, In both pink and blue, They aro (Jf) nk In baby sizes. Special at j)JiU7 New Wool Knltteil Cnps; aviator's slyle. (T0 nr Special at $U.UO Silk Knltlcl Aviator's Cnps. fJJQ Cfi Special at .N 3)O0J Other Knltteil Cnps; pink and blue trimmed; baby (T- ffi sizes. Special at tDl.UU Infants' Ing Dresses of sheer nainsook, lace (TQ FA trimmed. Special at fDdiUl Girls' filngham Dresses; short lot to close out; QK- sizes 3 to 14; all go at .'. ODC Hoys Tom Sawyer Wash Suits for early fall. (JM fA Special at JJOU Secnnd rhnir. Hope Muslin, yard Qftn wide OUKs iOc school QQr gingham Ouj .IMnch QQ percalo Out Mohawk Sheets, QQ QQ 72x90 tyiJtOJ Pcmiot sheets, (IQ I Q 72x90 DO.X Mohawk Pillow cases, IJ(n 42x36 I J Pequot sheets, (JQ A C 81x90 tDO.It) SOc nainsook, QQr yard wide, OtC SOc long- QQn cloth t)tt 40-inch . PQ AX. Charmcus iBO.ItJ Heavy Turkish towels tJiU Large size buck 9Q towels MOt nainsook , . 45c 32-Inch ZphC f'Qn gingham U7L 36-Inch wash (PO OC satin O -' -' ?,r 98c xtr-r. $1.69 $3.00 Woolen (JJO A( hose tD.4V 36-Inch costume (PQ QK velvet OOtuO Yard wide storm (PI A Q icrgo DJLfrJ ,,ne0,?,a.b,e...i.... $1.49 12 50 Jet beads, Gf rj( 60 inch J. J rirst All-silk taffeU , I -ad If s' cotton hose, tan only Imported laces . . . $2.49 ,29c 1Q . J- . v Hored stationery 42-Inch French serge 12 50 lining silks 110 silk bags $7.00 silk bars lfi. 50 bed iprcacls . . , JIO.00 blankets Seal Tax union suits Child's SOX . . , Lara vrsttes tl 00 boudoir caps Moire hair ribbon . . . . ..39c $2.29 $1.98 $5.95 $3.95 $4.95 $7.45 $1.29 . 41c $1.29 ...79c ..75c Hear Hrand Zephyr tlerman- town Yarn, r.fln uuc special 36-lnch cretonne Chlldren'i SOc plaids 39c fancy parasols SO Off. $1.00 dresser scarfs New lace collars . , . 39c 79c 89c I All low shoes 20 c. Off. McCall Patterns Iho best. Floor. E2 4 sen - . Stratford young men's styles do stand out THERE'S no uncertainty about the fact that the Stratford makers have caught the youthful spirit and the youthful fancy in the mat ter of style. For the past six seasons no others have approached them in style or in the favor of young men who know real styles from tho imitation. N WEfcel that we're very fortunate in having such smart, stylish clothes for the young men of this city. And the young fellows seem to feel the same way about it. If there is a young man in Tulsa who doesn't know Stratford clothes we'd like to have his name; those who do know them only need to know that the new styles are here now. J SOME decidedly new effects to bo seen in the fall models. Ideas not seen in any others. Fabrics and patterns arc smarter, richer than ever; the workmanship too is better. They're the highest type of young men's clothes yet produced. Every young man ought to see them, so lie will Jjnow what the new styles are. Prices arc $G5 up. Others $45, $50 and $55 Jpr'OTh.ers J Wall Paper New Fall Patterns at 20, 25 and 30 Cents Per Roll Plymouth Wall Paper & Paint Co. 312 V, Second St, Phono 7221 s 4 is Instantly relieved 4nd soon healed by applying Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil It Is a SoothM, Healing Antiseptic for all local Irritations. 30c per bottle. Notice to Our Patrons in District No. 2 Your Electric Bills are duo and must be paid c n or before the 18th or service will be discon tinued. ' j District No. 2 comprises all territory east of the center of Main Street and south of the center of Third Street. Public Service Company of Oklahoma 107 East Fourth St. Kennedy Bldg. We Close Saturday at 1 P. M. I lliu?