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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1020 11 INCREASE SEEN IN MEXICAN OIL former Trade Commis sioner Says Production Will Hike Two-thh'ds YANKS EASILY SCARED Go It to Panic nt First Hint ft' Mexican Trouble, Says Man Just Returned Is "Fairy Queen" In "Oil! Oh! Cindy" leu par rti tu do the Is "I t I v M-IIJ HMiMAKHH, stuff Corronpomlr-nl. illNHTON, Oct. 20. I'etro i.irtlnn In Mexico will in- . ,. .. fnld this venr. ns mm- vi'h last years' production, 11 Cunningham, former mlsHlonor to that cuui try, t.nlnv when lie reported to , i of foreign and domestic Vjt; in tr.ulo conditions in I omul N" Discrimination. T'i. r has been groat dovclop- H in Ti'lnmntPiieo nnu tnero i at nmoiint of seepage In i ulifornla, which has to bo ,,nl." Cunningham declared. .1Ur rllillll.'lllnil IK'.nlllHt An0 t- i in thn granting of d'vclo'i P i.wlcges. Tho new tni ts ml.t i o developed and that hikes " v r. nn bankers nnd business mf.n f. rfilt their groat opportunity In Mrsico by becoming frightened at ee ' sign of a revolution. Con cerns mntrollod by other countries (t n.'. t and saw wood during a rovol itlon nnd come out of It moro solidly entrenched than before American firms cancel cntr.icts nnd dtmnnd cash beforo shipment nnd always bo Into a panto overy time there Is trouble In Mexico. They enn nd cmo to understand tho einnll ettect n revolution thcro has upon business," Money Only Need. Cunningham denied stories re cently sent from Mexico that tho (tupi)ly of petroleum Is Betting low. Thn Brent demand calls for addl tli ml production and this the Indi viduals and concerns operating thcro aro striving to meet, ho declared. Tho vesotablo oil industry, tho hardwood industry and the sugar In dustry will havo a' Brent futuro In Mexico, Mr. CunnlnBham declared. "All they need Is mpney." ho ex plained. TULSAN TO PONCA CITY Mlm Kmma McClnran Will Attend ijild District Convention of t'liritlau Kndomor Cornell lion lYldiiy. Miss Emma MeCUran, president of the Oklahoma Christian Endeavor union, will leavo Saturday afternoon to attend tho Knld district Christian Kndcavor convention to conveno at Poca City Friday for a three day session. Miss McClaran will speak at the Saturday evening meeting on the relation of tho district work to ork nd lso t otolnAwaco ,. the stato fork nnd also at a Sunday icftlon. An attendance of BOO young people Is the expectation of Clarence I'ndcn of Ponca City, tho convention com mittee chairman. John Cecil, asso ciate, secretary of tho southwestern Christian Endeavor federation, will bo tho principal speaker. Special music will bo rendered throughout the convention by tho boys gleo club of Ponca City high school which has been a consistent winner or stato filch school honors. 1 1 warn I ' the drxtril' tlonlst attltlldn of sour 'own candidate, but you have made a statement concerning me, which the mortis show is false, nnd I firmlv but respectfully, cnll upon ou to eorrrt thlw statement nt once. Mr. llo.it, you have arrived at nn In inn able station In llfo. Many pro ptu trust you. You havo no rlht ta deceive them. They want the Iruth in this cuupnlgn. Your conscience will tell you that duty to It should bu superior to duty to your party. "(Hign. 1) "JAMKS M. COX." Charge Kffnrt to ihctho. Oovermr Cox's slktomont com menting upon the Hoot mossugo sold: "1 nm trd.iy addressliiB n telegram to i;iiiiu li ml culling upon him for an l.mfdl.ite retraction of a mis statement in his New York addrest an 'o niy position towards ssrurlng rntlflcatl "i of hn treaty and tho league. "I nm doing this bocniso it Is now apparent to me, ut least, that Mr. Hoot and the 30 eminent republi cans who aro for tho lengtlo as soclatcd with him In a statement tu nned to secure support for Senator Harding, wh.'in they know by hit own words Is aB'ilnst the tnagut are attempting to deceive tho voters 'Wu v are permitting their pvr'i n.mship o ri' above tlulr pntrlo tlsm anil trusting perhaps that the mst wrbMc cf .Senator II. ir ling may b In tnelr direction I nm trjlng lo lie rharltalile to these men In view of the fact that m their partisan ship they may not b rending my public addresses, in hl. h I have invariably said It would he my pur- pose to accept any helpful reevrvii- Hons thtir will lnnko certain the rati -1 flentlon of the treaty snd ihe league, I slid llmt my election would he ox- presslvo of thu desire of Iho Amerl-j ,(1111 people for going Into the lcaciie; i (Whereas, tho election of Henntor Harding upon his nun statement, upon the sfnteiucnt or .Tohnson. of lturnh, would lis Indorsement for' staying out of the league. 1 nm nsh-1 1MB the newspaper to rnrry thls statement and a-enpy of the telegram I sent to Mr. Hoot ntt a mutter of fair I play because thn association of pro-1 league republicans led by him have I not given the fsets and are not lv-1 Ing the facts (o the people Only Inst ulnlit Dr. Charles Kllot, who has been mie of Amerliii's (memos! i-du-cutors for more than 4(1 yens culled attention to this vcij thing to a' gt-Mip of s'oilent votns at llnrv.trd In my almi'm i' ami pointed nut tliit in iho statenieni inmned by .11 men. i all of whom he knows, and wilh1 most of whom h 1ms been us soilsted, they have recommended 'their roiintiymen to put Into the presidency a man who rejects tin 1 only league of nations which has been actually brought Into existence and t functioning.' They adUse voting for the man selected by the very (troup of republican leaders who hsvn brought tho present dlswrai e upon the lepubllo.' "Dr. Ullot slso ssld that nintiv purti of thu slntnieiit Issued do not eonfoim to tho well known fa. ts, Hint tbe tint .misleading and that i le u i iresatons of Heti.itor Hard intr a stnn.l nro suppressed. "Nothing I run s.iy would Improve upon the oxpi es.lons of Dr I'.llot bul It would see tn to mo that these eminent republicans. rcc"nlcd as iindftH of thought In America cannot iit'foiil In rist under til" i loud which I HiIn stutt tnent taxis upon them" Mori' (tins n U'arncil. IslinWNWOOD, Texas, Del. Two gins at May, near here, weto posted lust night with warnings to i in"1 oierallotis. The gins wen iiinnt'iir Indny and the owners snld tl. imiIiiks would be li: u.. i-i.1 A Free Lecture on Christian Science By Prof. Hot inniiM S. I IrrinK C. S, . of Concord, .New llamHhlri Convention Hall Thurttlay, October 21 8: IT. I'. M 'I li I'uhllc Is Cordially Intllcd Biff Scotch Woolen Mills Smashes High Prices EXTRA PANTS FREE with every two-piece .-nut to order; 1500 C?QQ KA all-wool patterns to select from Vull Suit $43.50 Extra Pants Free! I nofl i.i.-h grade ulutigM in our fine hand-tailored eulla with ivtt . i iiv nt oio' liaif piiit for extra pants, A ei i .Lie ri luiteni on evflr'.blng t Ci. in i'. iri SHHH-, re'iiii'.K and rc'i'tjuc " Fashion Shop Tailors .NniilhcitM Corner Sooond and Mnln 1'pstnlr.s I'liono Mill) WILSON LIKE A NAPOLEON Senator Txxlge linitids I'resldcnt an "Antoorut" in Spoooli. NBWAHK. N. J.. Oct. 20. Senator , Henry Cahot Lodge, addntadng a hiass meotlng hero last night, attack ed President AVilson as nn autocrat, declaring "his acts aro thoBO of a Third Napoleon." Harold Stiles, This "f harming mold" is Harold Kl- , who will bo n fnlry god in, ti,cr "Just fur tonight" In thn nm si. ,il lomtly cxtr,ivagnn7ii, "Oh' Oh! Cindy!" to ho produced by Tulsa talent October 27 nt Conven tion hall for the clubhoubo fund of tho Tulsa business and professional woman's club, miles Is the son of Mrs. Jonnlo 13. Stiles, Oil South XiUltllU:!. V. S. Steamer Aground. TUHKS ISLAND, Ilrltlsh West Indies. Oef. 50 Tli., a .., steamer I'hlladelphla from Now i York Oct. 11 for Santo Domingo with a general cargo Is aground on Grand Turk. It Is evnr.,1, ,1 uh.. win bo refloated. COX ASKS ROOT FOR CORRECTION CONTINIT.D FltOM PAOK ONi: know full well, that Senator Ha ding very recently said: t am not In" tcrcsted in clarification; I nm inter ested In rejection.' Aa 1 have stated ut tho beginning. I nm placing n charitable, construction upon your statement that porhaps yotlr parti sanship has prevented your reading my addresses nnd your prejudico hasprcvented you from realizing Today Through Sutiirilny "The Pocodot Dainties" Musical Comedy Company J'rwnts 'Follies of 1920' A Kinging mid Dancing KeiiMitlon Scn-J-n lN-nturrs New I'ox First Hun Venture Buck Jones In "Firebrand Trevison" Western Tlirlller AIM) Bull's Eye Comedy AIm "Ruth of the Rockies" Alternoons, lOu nnd "."0 Night mid Sundays 10c ' and lOo ROYAL Vaudeville and First Run Pictures On tin C.i'ri'rii Tucker Urns.' Hoad Show With "The Vigilantes" AND "Vanishing Trails" Popular Prices 10 and 25 Cents rorit .snows katchdav 1 FOR Dance Music Phone Osage 7933 STRAND "Playing ' Jack . London's Great Romance "The Mutiny of the Elsinore" With an All-Star Cast CHRISTIE COMEDY Schedule: 0:15, 11:15, 12:30, 2, 3:15, l:3f), r:15, 7, 8:1,',, 0:30 Last Day Harry Myers and June Keith In a gripping western tlmt's different "A Western Melody" Tho fights nt tho Inst Chance saloon nro feomu of tho principal scenes. Eddie Polo in his fighting bcrlnl 'The Vanishing Dagger" Charlie Chaplin In Ills g rent t triumph, entitled "The Pawnshop" llolln Comedy In 'A Regular Pal" I Coming ' 1'rlday and Saturday "The Moon Riders" Serial. Outluw hand fights Imr der M'ttlers; tho Moon Hitlers, masked bandits, terrorize coiin trjslde; wealthy Texan lends pur suing po-wj Art Aoinl, king of tho cow punchers, ugalnst a clan of dcUhni'ii. Admission 10c and 20c Economy Tire Company Leads Again Barney Old field Tire Prices Are Slashed to Reduce the . High Cost of Motoring 40 to 60 Off Present Tire Prices FullyGuaranteed Fabrics 6,000 Miles Cords 8,000 Miles t Get your size while it's here Your chance is gone when your size is gone i The Tire Users Headquarters Economy Tire Co. Phone Osage 777 7 EAS1 SEVENTH- Tulsa, Oklahoma All Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention Tulsa Moose Lodge nnd Mooseheart hy 8K.VATOU AHTHUR CAl I'EIt, Of KANSAS I havo watchod, with lntenso ITl'er, tno 1)r0Bresa 0f tho M so and I nm proud to havo c' . associated In this great w k from lm inception. Tho --a being done ror Ilttlo chll ''"en is unsurpassed by any ' 'dy of men In tho world, nnd 03 n member of tho Hoard of 4 rr.ors of Mooseheart, with ' . knowledge of all its work-I'-kx I can at nil times com Mcid to the world this great Jd noblo work for dependent h imanlty." Charter Now Open Fees Reduced to $10.00 Tor n Limited 'lime, Regular initiation closed char tc 125; dues, JIS.00 per year, "ontrlbutlon, J 2.00 per year. For full particulars addrcrs Gerald F. Gahan , District Supervisor, or Mem bership Committee. 11 1 H S. 'Boston, Tulsa, Okla. POPULAR WITH THE PEOPLE1 Ahu Ninv snow today 'mi: iwv. so.vo snow i The American Beauties a snow or riiTcni:s TODAY Ul'ItAIi COlinilY IS 3 SCK.VES "DOWN ON THE FARM" WITH THE AMERICAN BEAUTY CHORUS The Boy Caruso The Five Alarcous In Mii.-I Difficult Number A N.ovtd mid C rucIou.il y from Orand Opera I'lcaslng Offering it ' The Harmony Macks Lew Marshall Singing Uio Jjitcst Song lilts In Illaek Tat-o Comedy m m FEATURE PHOTOPLAY J. Warren Kerrigan AND HIS OWN COJU'VNY IN "The Dream Cheater" Good Comedy and Pathe News IT'S Aid Till: GO TO (JO TO TUB IJIlOAJVAY BEGINNING TODAY k , SamueljGoldwyn'i Hex Doich Y lis aGreatlifc 1 Mru4fraia(haonwiitsi7 vtf Empire Builders MdjyRob&Rinehart 1 Mck llrro, Iitlnc llrrnlnr! ' ro1 ho pmo trut in'erinn ItfitriM fi r tturt in his brMvo rciuo ot thft p J vtatl fund LucllItT V , Or wan tie s'levioualy woundffl In a Ti y t -ba" i .atrii. )uai a ha acurcil lh f. v, mr nil goal? L1 't Neither ' Ho Kot thiit way from cat 1 . init l ur kifn raw cyatora r J t no if (h9 funnirat nf arrnfa In tha k i fuiiUKSt of motion jiUtjres' U Mttjratlr . K Mlljr.tl.l HrllfW V .Mtijiatlu OrdiCKtru itn. Organ M LAST TIMES TODAY Double Bill Tho n cine of phofoplny delight -a roinedy dnima that offer thrills nnd surprising rlliniKcs, Intuiting u )ouug and bounti ful girl uho wanted to marry for money. Help Wanted Male Willi u Superior Cust of I'lajcrH Extra Attraction The I'unnlest Man on tho Screen Harold Lloyd IN "Haunted Spooks 99 Tlmr tl :). I'JiMI, , a30, S, tilJO, 8, U.30. KCIIKKN TIMi: ii);:ii), it no, i'i in, -muo, zat, 4i30, .'ill.',, 700, Nil 5 mill HillU, BEGINNING TODAY ROBERTON-COLE US AUCWmTIEV 7 CjT 6-RCtlCOMCWWM , " .Xl J C f,i EdjMV 4 Ah Alluring as a llrldoi tut runny an a N w I unbuild The cast ln IiiiIom T lloy Itnmes, (in wo Diirinotitl, Waller I Hern, Colleen MiKiro uiul a host of lx'autcou halhers. Also Other Features Today, 2::t0; 2Sa nnd 350. Tonight, H:15( So, :i.'.o, 00c, 00a, m GOSLAR AND LUSBY "Artistic Bits of Vaudc ville" Tho Werner Amorous Trio In "LOVE'S FOLLIES" FRED BERENS in "WORDS and MUSIC" HARVEY AND GRAYCE THREE FALCONS ANITA PAM & COM PANY, in "THE CAT I2rrn Added Attraction WILSON BROTHERS BOj j no lieutenant una uio cop ' Cominjr Next Week "TOTO" rtimouH Netv York Illppodrotnc Clou ti.