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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER . . 15)20
LEAGUE'S WORK ISLAID OUT List of Matters Are -to Come Before the Session. ' IN GENEVANOV. 15 Opium Traffic nnd Commerce jn Women and Children to 15c Considered, i i.tVA. Oct. 14. tt In not pos- i.ihe 'at present to give n complete, f ?. nf iiit. agenda for trr-scsslon of m nss.mbly of tho longuo of tin- nn union meets neru un iiuvwii. but it i cxpoctcd that the follow inB matters will bo dealt with ,t tno Iirni. "" Election of president and vico nrolldCIlt. nnnintmcnt of committee to ex .it,n nml report on tlio credentials renrcscntatlvcs. t'vnminatlon and adoption of .rfnua. I Discussion and ndoptlon of rules anj pn .'dure. Admission of stntft not named In Kh appendix to tho covenant. ' Ocncrnl report on tlio work of tho i council of tlio lenguo. titnort of tho sccrotnrygcnernt on ! tho organization nnd work of tho ecrctanal .aim rcnuimiun ti mu I council with regard to to neat of Uhf league. . tiia first and second budgets of (tho league, covering the period of Pcceml'fr 31.1320. Provisional estimates ior me iv-i runs for tho establishment of tho jenni jictit court 01 international jus lice. Estnousnmeni or a permanent health organization. Eslabllshmcnt of a permanent or nnljiatlon to deal with communlca- tiom and iraimu iiui-niiuun lainim Uliln tlio spnero or tno icaguo un ilr the treaty of Versailles. Tribunal mr tno settlement 01 uir ferences referred to In Article 336, JJ7, 376 and 386 of tho treaty of Versailles-, and In corresponding irtldes of other trcatlCH. Relations between tcchnlcnl or 'anlzntlons and tho council and as Utmhlv of tho league. lU'commt'iiuaiions oi tno interna tional financial conference recently held at Hrussols. Method of apportionment of tho expenses of tho leoguo. Preparations' rcnulred tn enable tho economic weapon of the league to bo used In caeo of necessity. Report from tho statistics com- mission. Supervision over tho execution of agreements with regard to tho traf fic of women and children. Questions submitted for thn rnn. slderntlon of tho assembly by mem- uors oi tno lenguo nro to include: Amendments to the-covenant. 1'ro- iMiniiin nv tno uanisu. owed sh nnn Norwegian governments. General supervision over thn exe cution of ngrccments with regard to tho traffic In opium In accordance with Artlclo XX111 of tho covenant (at tho request of tho government of tho Netherlands.) HOW TO GET RID OF CATARRH A Simple, Safe. Inexnensivo Method That Clears Out the Head, Nose and Throat. There Li no disease more offensive or dlsagreenblo or no dlseaso- that will lead to is much serious troublo as catarrh. You can got rid of It by a slinplo, safe, pleasant homo remedy discovered by Dr. lltosscr, a catarrh specialist. Dr. Iilosjor's Remedy Is composed of in oil IcI n 1 herbs, flowers and ber ries, which you smoko In a dainty plpo or cigarette. Tlio smoke-vapor Is inhaled Into all tho air passages of tho head, noao, throat and lungs. It contains no cubofis or tobacco and may bo used by women and children as well as men. This medicated smoko carries mcdlcino whoro sprays, douches nnd ointments cannot possibly reach. Its effect Is soothing nnd healing nnd In entirely harmless. If you aro suffering from catarrh asthma, catarrhal deafness or sub Ject to frequent colds, you should try this Remedy without delay. Send ten cents (coin or Htnmps) to Tho niosser uo 4ia .Ml), Atlanta Ga., and you will receive, by return mnll. n trial package containing some of this Remedy rondo into cigarettes, also some of tho powder nnd a ncnt little pipe. Aim. COTTAGE BREAD The big loaf of nutritious bread with the "homo made" flavor. Get it at our shop, or your grocer's. SMITH-IANDRE BAKERY MKMI1EU Ol'EX SHOP ASSOCIATION' 5 East Haskell Phone, Osage 2558 HANDLING THE TRAFFIC New York'M Congestion CnlU for Rouhlc-Drrk Subway Lines to Movo Pumcngcrs. NFAV VORIC. Off. H. -This city will havo a now doublo-deckcd sub way running most of tho length of Manhattan Island if tho plans pro poscdnjv John II. Delnney, transit construction commissioner, to pro vldo for tho Incroaso In trafflti In Uin next 26 years nro put Into effect. It will bo necessary to resort to tills double-deck subwnv construe. ' Ion, In tho opinion of tlio commis sioner, because the congested section of Manhattan borough has only It norm Hna south nrtcrles to servo moro than 100 cross streets. Ilia lllnilH call for nn olirlit.trnpk double-deck Hue on the west sldo of thn rlty from tho llatlery to ir.6th street running' under Klchth and Amsterdam avenues.' Only four tracks would bo constructed at first but theso would bo so located that bo another four-track unit could built under or on top of It. Mr. Delnney ulso proposes thn building of another north and south subway of four tn six tracks tinder Fifth nnd Mndlson avenues, on tho east side, and extending from tho Ilattory to Harlem river, lloth theso nrletles would havo connect ions extending to tho boroughs of tho Ilronn, Brooklyn or Richmond, Tho commissioner advocates tho construction of 43 new slnglo-trnck river tunnels. As tho tnVsont sys tem has 34 such tunnels, this would mako n total of 76 tunnels. 1 In says that tho passenger traffic on tho surface of tho main nrtorles, north and south nr crosstown, will soon havo to bo discontinued becnuso of tho grent increase of trnfflo of vehicles and pedestrians, with thn result that nil passenger traffic on theso streets would be forced into subways or on olovated lines. WAS NO COIN IN SIGHT No (iohl or Kllwri tiowrnnuMit Ivt . .nets SliimpM IVcd for Omiwo Owrxons. roNCA (MTV, Oct 1 1. Oold and silver money nro not known over seas. In tho war zone particularly, according to Kugclio WrUel, a l'oCa I'lty banker who leturned this wlek from a three mouths and aj halt visit to that (tuition of Kuronc, In cluding a visit to his former homo In del many. He was nccJinpntitod by his slsler, Miss I'rleda Wulrnl, and they formed two of a party that went from Topeka. Knn. "lloth franco and Ilclglunt, nut sldn of tho actual bnttlo regions, nro In practically tho sumo condition as they were previous tt tho war," says Mr. Wetzel In spenklng of conditions In thoso countiles ulid Oorinany, "If Internal troubles do not dnvelou In Trance nnd llilglum. 1 believe they Are You Certain When you have your photograph taken, that you are getting the best possible for the money in Quality, Permanency and Service? Yes answers all these questions, when we make your portraits. , Bass Studio W2 EAST THIRD ST. Adjoining Broadway Theater Oil Field Requirements Are More Than Met In The New Nineteen-Twenty-One Cuticura Soap IS IDEA I, For f he Hands CLEAR YOUR SKIN OF UNSIGHTLY SKIN BLEMISHES Kurh ms Plmplci, Tmi, Avr Shi(h, Mm and Wind rmklcH. Thorni nn 1ml tt-uv nt miMii and keeping the face, hnmls. neck or nnns clear, soft and youthful, than uy inu uso oi two oeatlty nlus pop, lllnilv known iim Ulm.ir nn.i vvt.li,. Ointment and lllaek and Whltu Hnap, Hlaok nnd While Creamy Oint ment rftmilVAU tl,A iinliniriUalnr ulj I blemishes lightens and syfleiiM the sKin. ii is n delightful emollient thnt can Ikj applied tn tho skin Just heforn rotlrlnir atuI unai,,il nft thn next morning. Rlnck and White Hoap Is n puro aatlsyptlc cleanser. Its regular uso will hid In removing hlemlsheH and keep tho complexion In Idcul c)iidl- LIUII. All ,1rtiif nti.1 ilii,iiitniAiit tj.... guaranteo and sell lllaek and White Ointment, 25c tho package (SOo sUo ciuiiniiin inreo limes as mucll); lllaek and White Hoap at 25a tho cako. Send 10c to Dept. O S. Plough Chemical Company, Memphis, Tonn., "iin-iiHJ! .-,!n, kfjiu,,, for freo miiuplos and copy off your lllrthday ReudlngH. I mm vmm iu will wlpi nit all npp.irent traro of tho war In iiw iais The highways aro In eii client niutltlon, having been woikid by tho llvrmau pils oners of war, "Yet. slibough nil lJuroivo Is ap parently walking hard to In lug nil Kuropeitn countrleH back to their prewar strength In economic wealill, she Is seriously hampered by governtiH ntal eonilllloim and iiitual shortage of material. Theio Is prac tically im gold or silver In circula tion nnd iluilng nil tho time I spent on Ihe continent I saw only two pieces of silver money and they were franc pie, i s. "I'hniig" at tho ptesent time Is being made in government postage stnmiis, ,1ul one does not oven neii gold or silver In the inedsls which weie given as rewards for bravery during the war. Intltcad, these med als are made of bronze, usually." KNEW HIS BENEFACTOR Conn Hack to Nature, tint Amwcrcil fall of romtder Who Riil-cil It, HAN UAPIIAKI., Cal Oct, 11. A two-pronger buck drer answers tho calls of .lorry Hhlne, employed by tho municipal vwitcr district at Alplnu dnm nenr here. Long ago Hhliw ono day ramo upon a dead don III tho trail of tho forest, and standing besldo Its mother wits a fawn, It vit miles to Milne's cabin, lint ho carried the fawn homo with him, fed t nnd gnvo It tlio tin tun of 1 filly. After a time Hlituo left thn district. Ho returned several days ngn nml asked his fel low workers tho whereabouts of his deer. They laughed at him; the deer had gono back to nature, thry said. Hhlno mounted thn pnrnpet of tho dam and cnllod for Hilly. Thn dee. , now tho proud possessor of two pronged horns., bounded out of tho forest. A photograph was tak n . the man nnd tho nnlmnl, ns tho lat er resized his forcpnwo on tho shoulder of Hhlno. ACCUHF-S HAM ON1 OF FOItr.r.ltV Ond Hnmon, a negro youth charged with . forging a chock t-r Jfl on tho West Tulsa Otato linn it Heptember 23, slKtlcd with tho iwmn of Artlo Ualley, a depositor at tin bank, enlered a pica of guilty nt his arraignment Tuesdny beforo Jus. tlee , J. (Iruy. Thn defendant was cuntmlttod to Jail tinder bond of 1,000 for nct'jn bv thn district enlirU . . f - Money Has Wings i I Because ihe eagle on a silver dollar has wings some people think the eagle is responsible for the way money flies. Not so. RccUless spend ing causes much of the trouble. Money does seem to have wings when it gets into the hands of a spender, but this is the fault of the spender and not the eagle. He is a very friendly bird to those who take time to cultivate his friend ship and even goes out of his way to coax others to join him. He loves' company and a good home. Perhaps you have not won his friendship because you have not provided' him with a home. Home to him is NATIONAL BANkJL OF TULSA FOURTH AND MAIN Iyarchmont II A car abl to go over the roughest mud roads, the most lumpy fields, without losing an oil pan or breaking an axle. A car reliable, depend able in any kind of weather, under all conditions; and yet, has beauty and individuality. The New Nineteen-Twenty-One Paige Combines Power, Speed, Resiliency Easy Riding, Road "Ability and Exquisite Finish in details that is found 5nly in the highest .priced cars that are manufactured. f ' , ON DISPLAY IN TULSA AT . Lewis-Marsh Corporation Special Lot of Sweaters $t.95 SEBmmdi Special Lot of Sweaters $7.95 , Connected with no oilier establishment in the world SENS A TIONAL A-B-S-O-L-U-T-E-L-Y Hundreds of Dresses secured by us in a great special purchase, make it possible for us to offer dresses at the . extremely low price of . $15 f that cannot be dupli cated elsewhere for 50 more. COR. 10TH AND SO. MAIN ST PHONE OSAGE 3570 5 Mr Serges Satins Georgettes Combina tionsChecked Velours and Knitted Models Scores of different styles in all favored shades so popular for autumn.