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rfULSA DAILY WOULD, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921
to fidvai el ii k ' mid ('
fnergy Mr, Cl.uk 1 1 t thrown Inl
work
To development of thewe th cold
opened, nn cany iloor. It w only a
IUeilon of a llttla time, Dr. Mioup
)now. denjille ilia rour(rrti fi)r
lil iM'Ifni vwm mnklii n ml hei !
Mm Clark, the formr penkir.
ii'ti J'nnrtt nnd hi diiuchter nn.'
ir huliiiid. Mr nnd Mr. .Im,
.1 T)i mon of New ii Irniid. cn
lis bclxlde I hi ninth nil hi" lav
murn.
In the MMir word of Mr cin'i'
il' .1 h wbk ilin by Koiinlnr lli'i
i.on i f Ml'Mlwrippl. lie iipfk' (
li.Rly I'f thn nervlrc II e et"
il' Hi M'rttlr lender linl tendcieil )i
pun v nnd (hr nuiinh i,n Mr. rim,,
ivls)" tlin t n halt in Hie luf n-
of t riKri'MH nlmulil In- mud I'. I
honor ir vlld, and nenate ki p
nn l H work.
Won l lin Wnr KiHtitirr.
M1 ( iik rrlilfi1 m er Hip l i
tli iKli"ilt the viihIiI will. I' n
lU Inn Ihe iprnkri hli aflrr i u
ili-n the rppiilill' nri riitm"
r 'ii ' urn yen nn n nmilt of ti
' t, nd in thn l.'lt i niiKr -i' i
i . i i lit" then wan I'll.,"1 n
id n ' 1 1 tr lemlrr In thn hoim.
I'imiii' th prrai'ni elnii II
nr. i
t , .
1 1,
ml tli" former apiHii.
in fiillinir. 1 1" .' i
miiIi a dingirlnr il'P W 1
' iil.v waM nn the flour nn I f
1 ro. end In iiih, In i.u
I
. i ! In debute In on, m i
l i 'li llOWCVCr, In' Kin k.
in l'i k I h fin iiopotiint t'ii-
' ' . ' k thn minimcr null f v
)p ss m i. he refuncd lnor anil -
nn n't, ' part in hi inmimlun f' ,
r i.,u In Mliwnuil AIiIioiikIi I' I
HI ')" i'l of hi ticket. Mi Clii
I 1 iitnl h)' appnixitnnti'lv J.uin
Judic T. XV. Miikrli-ilK c'J
W urn iiton. Mo., lmlntf itwleil
Tin fiirtimr npcnknr flilt waa - ul
I) i.nKtiaa In JSfU ntpj after ci
I ft i. ti i m hn wan defeated for ii
' ifli 'ii Two year Inter, hcnve,i
he vh(i hkmIii intiirnxil In coiikichn
nt it hml gprvdil rnntlmioiiNly alin e
that time. Mo noon linainn a tui
ti)liat fitfiiro anil wna cnii"ii aprak
fr wlii'ti tlm ilntnoLTiita riiImpiI con
trol of tllf lioilxo illllllIK tlir HHt
yur of 1'rcalJent Tnff (iilnilnlittrH
tlon. It'll on 'J7 IIiiIIoIh In Hl'.'.
In thn Ifc'rnnrrntlo tmtlntml cdli
vrntloti In HultlinoiQ In 9li Chump
Clurk led on 27 ImJInla for the
nomlnntlnn nn cxiinlliliitn for ptcnl
.ilrnt mill hml n clour nuijnrlty of
nlno JmllotH prior to t) fluid iinni
Inc of Woodrow Wllmin. Tho livo
thlrda ruin of thn convention nlmic
prevented Mr. Clnrk'a nonilnntloti
Jho lionor which 1 1 In pnity thnk
Ji'nJil him 'wan tho moet nntntiln of
tilrf pnhllc life. In Atnorlcnti polit
ical lilatory Mnrtln Vim Iltlreti wna
tho only other man who fiillml of
tho nomination for the prcildnncy
nftor hnvlns rncolvcd ft mnjnrlty of
the votcn In thn tmtlimnl convention,
lilt ho enjoyed tho unKilio illnUm'
tlon of hulnK elected mihaeiiuently.
WllUnm J. llrynn'a aciiKitlnnal nt
tnck on Mr, Clnrk at Ilaltlmore,
clmririnK iilm with IicIiik nffllluled
with lcatlera rcpntieiitlni; "tlin In
tototrta" hold tho convention In dead
lock for inoro than n week, when It
indel In llio nomination of AVItion.
Drjun'u apeoch, denlarimc thai
Tllomna V, Kynn, AiiKiint llclmotit
unit Clmrlca Murphy wero mip-
portlntf Clnrk, wna a holt from tho
lilne which niiulo thn Clark xnnka
wavor. Clnrk Hupporlom declared
aftenvnnl thnt nono of thn threo
leldcro mentlonod weio for Clark
nn'flrnt choice, hut tliat tho unit rill"
carried tho Now York dolcKiillou to
the Clurk forrea,
AVorki'tl With WIImmi.
Tito broach lJitweon llryan und
Clurk mivur hcohul, ultiiouuh thuy
mut at a liinchuon urruiiiivil by
mutual frlondn u tow munthn later
uiul exchanuvd portuiiL'tory apci-choH
Cuolnvwi between Clark and Wllwni
worq off alter thu pruHhlvut otitorud
tho whlta huumi, and on loi:talullvo
pollcieu they workud In harmony,
excopt In one notablo Inntunce, thu
ropoul of tho l'nnanui tolla t'xomp-
tliin, Mllich Hinakor CluiU oppotti'jd
unnurcoH.iiuuy.
Tho lalluro of hla candidacy at
Ilaltlmoro never luannd to tm thu
illH.tppolntmunl of Mr. Clark'a lit v
lie refunud nomination um vlco prtKl
delit and told thu Iiouhu on thu ovo
nf hla defeat that ho profurrod to
lc iiiu In an anenkui',
II In cluctlott to Kprakimdiln of
thu houae camt In thu 6'ini concrena
prior to tho Uultlmnru convention,
und 11 wuh by a unltml democracy
lu tcioKtiltlOii of tho coiiteat Air.
Clark had made, uunlnst tho rulu of
HpoaktT Jonuph Cannon, Mr. Clark
had inTVvd In every conKrevH alnco
anil Inrludlnt; thu Otlrd lit ISO 3,
except tlm Dim, when hu wua
beaten,
Altliousli citamn curie wan
known (u u Mlmourlaii, hu wuii boiu
In Andureon, ICy., uii Matx'h 7, 1 S53
llu wua ilirlnleneU James lluuu
i. turnip Clark, but curly lu llfu ro-
duccil this to Champ Clark, lilt
first work wioi hn a farm hand,
ilerk In a ironvinl Ntoro and on u
country newspaiier.
Ho wuh oduoated nt Kontueky
tinlvuralty nnd llethauy colleto and
tho Cincinnati law hcIiooI. . lir a
ohort time ho wan prcHldcnt of Mar
tihalt culleKe. and. at 21, hold tin
record of belui; tho yotitiReat col-
Icko preildont In tho I'nttod Siiium
,Iii 1875 liu moved to Mlawiurl, where
hn took up tho etudy nnd pr.t'll e
of law and became primociitlnK nt
torncy In l'lko county. Ilia next
Mtep wna Into tho MUiaourl lexlnln
turo, whom ho framed th MIh
Hourl prlmnry law, nn imtl-truat
litntuto nnd nn AtiBtnilbin imllot
law lie waa iiermnuent i h.ilrmn'i
i)t tho dcmooratlo natlnnul innven
tlon In 1901 and headed tho .ni
ntl'tco that notified Alton 11. l'aikei
of his prewlilnntlul nomination.
To IIiiiihk In 1HU3.
He wna flrat cent to thu national
forum In 1S9.1. Althoimh then re
uarded iih "proon," hla atrenKth In
tho ti niao devvlnpMl rnpldty. When
John Sharp AVIlllama left the hous
fcr tit' Henati', HeprtwnlHtlva Clark
vu made minority lender by Mrtue
of hl3 seniority on the waa and
mcanM committee, uhli'li drafted d.
U. S. TIRES
Osage
Polin Service
Seventh at llouliler
sa-c7y
Democratic Lender
IjOhch Out in ''ifhf
With (i rim tea per
i
( I id tit Clark.
Hon'' i l'i. h i 'in
Id
I i v
I. on (bill i . "i. in ii I. ' in i ' i nt I "
keep dutlea down won him the te-
iturd of tho ilcmocrute and hla
apeeeh of five hour ngaltiat Uie
hill wna one of tho noliible uililremteH
or Hint eorigreaa.
Mr. ciara a aineerny, trionuaiii p
for opponepla and ndherenU alike,
hlw fiilrtteaa na a prealdlnn offh er
and Ii Ih knowledHH of hlatory, hla
love for elenti anecdote and humor-
oua etorlea and hla murveloualy re-
tentlve memory ranked with hla
tribute of lendeiehlp. He welded
the mlnoilly Into a virtual demo
cratic unit whim he waa minority
leader, und nfl'er the ouatluK of
Cannon, which inhbed tho npenker
eh 1 p of many nf, lie powet-H, he di
vided with .Mobility I.eniler I'niler
hhikI the control nf thu dnmncrata
In the limine and they foriuiid a
Kreat working team.
rhyHlcally ho wna n Klattt of n
liuiti, alnnilliiK ovur alx feet two
In' li"H In lmlKht and wvlithlng n
trifle noro tliuu Sliu pounda.
HniKiHer cuirK and Mra. ciinmp
Clark, a familiar figure In tho
Rpcnkcr'a benoli lu the ptllery, en
tertained nut only at nn unmml
New Yoar'a Iiouho and at other func
tion, but giivo Informal weekly
luncheona nt thn capital to which
memhera tupl olltota were invlteii.
(Innevleve Clark, whotu eiigagemenl
to JnineH M. 'Thontnann. a New
The Happy Road
Those who, rve money will bo self respecting
nnd respected by their friends. In thrift there
is dignity, independence nnd no fenr of poverty.
Other things heiiiK equal, the person who snves
naturally,, is hnppier, inoro contented nnd n
ntoro useful nnd desirable member of the com
munity. To those who desire to bo included in
thnt class, the friendly service of the Savings
Department of this Company is offered. You
enn start with ono dollar.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Exchange Trust Company
14 EAST THIRD
Mouser's C, 0, D,
Kllia l iixt 'I'lllnl 1'IIOM (
I - ai.H " 2
25c
2-unM.N". ? OK,
I'cis AOL,
s ni. n oK
TiiliLilcica JU V;
3 ihii Nn. '. 9Pw
lliiniin iUOKs
All -I'l' llli kllKCM of
kaKi'H if "I f7.,
id ('iiiikies . . X 4 C
( I.I. IvHH um
aii I... q
t .... 4Sc
V;r 34 c
ST ... 44c
2 pi . r.'.Ht OCp
I'.'.lMtUM CiOKj
25c
" I'l.KM. Iir..,.e 9fC
N'Uth ttj
: pUca Hhi.ddcii OK,.
Win OOC
1 pi, wr Bu aiiRduw 11 try
1 aKc Fl.iur fl C
1 hi.ttle o rt d.ir
Oil
24 c
1 - an C ' Yd.ii nf
on . J)5c
l'liovi; a 01 it
'i-'.eana tietvarP''1 id."" ii
i . 1 1 it - - 1 In Hie waring .Ih .f t 1 -R1id
rn.(;rw nnd llenneit Clurk
luirlliinientnrUn of the hrn at the
, MPMiaer'a atitiolntmmt, whom th
iker hopad to lmvn aueeonl to
I lil eat In contfrwhe. omprlaed the
rt of lha lmm"dlata fnmlly.
I MiKSdt itr i.i-(iiiia rtmi:
IKlMlllS 11,1,1 Hl ltlOt S KON.
.11,'CKKIt.SiiN CITV. Mo, Marih ?
Tli Mlifonrl adnata and houae thla
. afternoon paid trlbnla to tho main
oi of charnp Clark
lioth bndlpa weri Informed of the
former speaker' death Juat after tha
r"on reeea,
I lenii.tiaiit flnvamor Moyd tnada
ttie (I'.iioiineenianl In the aenntn nnd
tii.- lu'iuliem arnat aa 14 mark of re
nt t HinmoM Ilit"ttar of I'lkn
(t IhIi i iinmtv) nd VVhltr Cotton
i,l ,..,.roe i oimty prepared a lea
( I i ! of i ifnli)eilre whllh Will he
i ' Mii Clnrk.
miliir irnolnilon waa Inlro
.fB i in the houae by (I It. Whltaket
i, it Koiy county
Avrea, repreaentatlle from
.. Jul v . and it fellow lownaman
i ' la i k , delivered a brief
, i liarai ter'l.tn him "one
' ',. ureataat Mlaour)an.."
ii Mtiii.Nt; i: i'itic,H
III I I'l MT Itl.t.ltlCT.
M'tlON. Mhlo, Miirih 1 Deep
,. i , at thn death of Champ Clark
- i prunafd by I'reatdent-iiloct
i'.'i ik Inntitht on the ove nf hla
I me for WaahltiKton. The two
hurl been friend for mniiy
having; (teen aaaix lated to
. ii., In affnlra nt WaahlnKton and
i, ''.ii- lounda of the hniituuiim
ii 'J It a.
1 1 r lNt tneetlnn waa In New
or'' una November 18, liial. when
I'Uil. ere v:uelH at H rhamher of
in, luncheon Juat preceding
lliinllnic'a ili'pnrliire for I'.ina
'in They tnlki'd of ebi'tlnn reanlta,
il.e prealilent ilei I apenklntt tegret
f it h nf Mr Clnrk'a ilefrnt for l
el. lion nnd naainliiR htm that, If Iih
il' ill id to i,ninln lu pnbll, aervlee n
plii' e would be found for him under
tin. new repulill'im ndioliilatratlon
Two Plead Not Guilty
to ttobbitif A(al Ncfro
n,.nr-w ir.,r,1 n,,,l iiaenr Iltnek
,.r,.- .,.i ,,i ...i.i.i,,,.
m,.,,,., Hrunnin. mi nl.l neL'ro. of
j ,lmllV j,,rM. 4altiKH. nhott 11.102.
. pleaded not Kullty to the conlolnt
robbery charge nt their arrnlKnmeut
pVedneaday before Juetlce II. ,1
nl-idrtiy and both were committed to
thn county JhII under honda of $2.
500 for preliminary hearing
.Marrh fi.
ATTACK ON 2 BOARDS FAIL
Viii'ullnniil IMiicnllnii uiul sialc
lllluil I Ion nil I'oll 'riiriiUKh.
lly A-.... I. I .1 I'rraa Hlnln Vlr.
lKIIIOMA CITV. Mirth 2 At
tempt to iitmllMh thu atn. board of
vocational odiicatlou and thu etntn
liourd nf commlHeloncra for the adult
blind were killed lu the Oklahoma
luliii late today lu final roll-call on
the lillln. Thu meiiNurca iropoMed to
trnni'ler powora and dutlea nf thn
two IiqiiiiIh to thu alula ilcpartment
of ediiuiitlon.
The Iiouhu pnioil 11 bllla today.
Acreement wan nut en willil aa that
Tuendny when 80 local bllla weru
pariiod, und proi;ruiM wan uecoaaar-
lly elowcr.
Grocery and Market
I I) Ml 1M.-.I
1 00:1 l.n.st Third
I I. nttle llclc.s
I ill HUP .
I I '.tlU' Huilliiillu
'.It Mil p
1 J'lf
lluncy . . . .' ....
1 jar Sunbeam
lircMHliiK
23c
. 42c
19c
. 45c
1 Nn. 2'i rincuppie i)n
i'l yiup oUC
1 No. 8 1 Apil.'"t.
m syrup
1 Nn. 2 I'liucht'K.
in ayrup
1 Nn. 3 'v I'eiiclicn.
wntr p. k
20c
20c
. 20c
4Sc
.. 73c
.. 35c
in ban Hub White o
-.ap 4b)C
in inn a r. ,v ii
tinii
J . .ma Old )u! h
I'lciiiHcr ....
2 cana Nunlii'itc
iMcaimer
15c
25c
pkini. nj
Macaroni wOC
3 pkim.
SpilKllPtll ......
25c
Oiilnii Sels, OCT
t"'i nallim ZaC
25c
(0c
I'l'nklflM ppteH,
I i 1 I'im u
ml.,1 line nf frcHh rrultH and
v KcuP'rH at all tlmca.
oitnrits 1 hi,y
w I oormio
SPRING SENSATION l
IN MURDER TRIAL!
i
Landlady of Kansas Cit
ian Charuod Willi Death
of Society (lirl, Talks
KANKAM CITY. March 2 Teatl
fylng Lite toduy at the preliminary
hearing of' renr.-l Cheater, ihurrfatl
with the murdr or Mlaa Kloretico
IMrton, a aoclety girl, the nlRht of
October II, laet Mm. Mlnnrtie llynn,
nt whoae apartment Choater board
ed, declared that on the Mon1, fol
lowing (he killing he told her M
iihotild ay thnt he reached home at
II 3D p. in and biter went In a drug
atore for her. Cheater alao told her,
ahe aald, that ahe mual never anv
he aaw him wearing a brown milt
ii ml a i Hp.
TMia. Han' teallmony erealeil a
ttM,tlon In thn throngil court
room. fYeojiient ohJeetlnnH In her
teatlmony were made by lounael for
defenae nnd ahe wna aubjcteil to a
aevere crow examination.
A cording to Mr. Hyan, her II rat
Irttlmutlon of thn trugeily came on
Monday morning, October A, when
Cheitnr read her a newapnper ne
rnuut of IL Hhe aald Cheater wan
nervui'iM ami int In hla chair attiring
at the paper.
"I didn't know the girl wna ahot,i
he tctttlfled Cheater aald.
"I aald 'Menny, what nre you talk
ing" about ' then he read aloud the
elory of the murder with the d
irlptlon aa xhent by Mr. Wlnler.
When ho flnliihed I said: 'Why,
Hennv. that aoiinrin Juat like your
deacrtptlon,' he turned the a.iper up
iildn down and twlated It around In
hla handa. Mnully he aald: 'Von
mimt never tell that you aaw tne
wearing a brown null and a brown
cap.' "
I'urM' Siinlclicr (irnliH Itng.
A ptlre snatclier about 7 o'clock
laat night, after raising a window
from the 0 11 inld i) nf Iho Tea Cup
Inn, Third and llouliler, reached In
idu and Jerked from a tublu nt
whiih she was sitting a pur: lui
loliKlng to Mih Tom MIIUiiki.im. 1211
South cheieniie. The puiec, a
hl.uk bc.idcil oni. w.ib valued at
I.I,, and , obtained J.", li money. The
liiaa CMinped
Who Is Cllpson?
Investigate
Got at tho Real Cause Take
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach
sufferers are (loins now. Instead of
tflldnj? tonics, or tryins to patch up a
poor (liRMtion. they are attacking tho
real cause of the ailmcntdocKcd
liver anrl diwdered towels.
Dr. ICclwan.1V Olive Tahlft's arotite
the liver in a boothinv hcaliiuc way.
When the liver nnd Ixrocli are ptr
forrninc iheir natural functions, away
Ijocs indinestion and stomach troubles.
Have you a bad taste, coated
tongue, txwr appetite, a lazy, don't
care fceltne, no ambitron or enerry,
Irouhle with imdiRestcd fotxis? Take
(JliveTablcts, thestibatituteorcaJomel.
Dr. JCdwards' Olive Tablets arc a
purely vegetable comixiutul mixed with
live oil. You will know them by-their
olive rotor. They do the work without
tnpintr, rrnmiw or pain.
I'nke one or two nt txxlttmc for wrick
Kcf. lat hat you like. 15caaJ30c.
Oeen
Next Door to
Hyland Tailoring Co.
Newest ,
of Scrgo
STOMACH UPSET?
PRING
S2
Tho models represent the very latest creations in at
tractive Spring Suits of Serge and Tricotinc. liraid,
Embroidery, .let and Covered Button trimmed they
are really very clever, and finest values at our prices.
Many Pretty Models in the
SPORT GOAT
Attractively Priced Now at
$17-50
Very classy for spring wear are these Sport Coats of
Bolivia Cloth, Chiffon Broadcloth and Silvertono, silk
lined and of tho attractive spring colorings.
Senator Denicn Thai
Soldier Propose to ,
Dip Jlim in Tick Vat
lljr Ann. Iiit. i! sii Villi
OKLAHOMA CI IV. Manh 2 -
flenaior J i:. I'Memlog of l'oteau
today detili 'l a nvent report thnt
tho l'oteau p'nt of the Amerluin
lKloti had ad' pii-d n rcHolutlon
preai rllilng the pei lodleit dlpplnx
of him In tick eradication vata u
a penalty for hli allK"l opiioal
tlon to the soldier hoapltal bill.
"The legion men ineent auelt a
report," Mr. Flenilnc artlil, "as It
would lend to make people believe
the locl poet waa lndoralng law
lewmeae, anil attempting lo bilntt
Illegal preaauru to bear on law
tnakcra,"
l'lemlng aald he explained to
the legion membera that ho waa
not npponeil to aoldler relief, but
that he w-ia In favor of legislation
whlih would provide lnunndlata
relief, and not wait for tho bulld
Ing of .i hoapltal.
PROWLERS KILL A WOMAN
Wlfu nf Clcicliiiiil Couniy runner I.i
Shot in Death.
lly Anrll,l pi,.. HI4I0 Wr
KIIAWNKK. Okla , Mimh 2. -Mrs.
V. 1'. I.Ik Inn, wlfu of a prominent
farmer living near Trlbhey lu Cleve
land lounty waa ahot and killed by
midnight iirowlera at her home early
ytnterday morning. Aire, I.lklna
henrd a nolae nt the window of her
bedroom and got up to Investigate
A nhot waa fired thrnuKli thu win
dow whUh paete'd entirely through
Ihe tinfottunatu wonmn'a body In
flfnlng a wound which canned her
death threo hour later.
Yon 111; Dnllon (ihiti Sl.'i.nno Hall,
CIIICAtJU, March 2. - William
Pultun, tlm lf.-ycar-nM bnnl em
pluy who I niik (772,000 In I.iber'y
lionilM from the Northern Trunt cr m
pany, and who urn later captured a
1 ley worth, .III., waa relcaxeil from
cuatndy cn 111,000 bond today.
Spring
Neckwear
ERE nro tho first of the now benu.tics
in spring tics. New silks, satins, silk
knits in small shapes to fit the new low
collars young follows arc wearing. Stripes,
figures, checks, mixtures, solid colors. Very
good values at $1 and upward. '
J Droxhers I I
of the Southwest
TOGGERY
Successors to Wissmnn
1 ( Wpcf Tlllffl Opposite the
A U TV LOL JL11UU OL. Orpheum Thcnter
Arrivals in
T
nnd Tricotinc
to ,1
to $25
UI
DRAINAGE BILL IS
LAW OVER VETO
Senate Follows House in
Passing McKeown Act;
Owen Gives Dinner
SpM Inl to Th WnrM.
WASIIINtlTON, March 2. Tho
nenato today paaeed over tho preel
dent'a veto 7 to S tho MoKcown bill
PiovldlriH for the drnlnncu of In
dian ullritmi'iita, Tho houao previ
ously had taken auoh ucllon. Tie
bill now becomea law.
In inking for the pnawiRe of tho
Mil over the prealilent' veto senator
Owen aald that the prealilent hud
withheld hla elg nature aolely im the
following groundH without explana
tion. "Decauae It eeemed to in- to
reduce the number of aafegunrdH
from around the property of o ir In
(Han when there la no apparent
neceKlt for doing bo."
Senator iiwen explained that the
luiiil 1 overed are etiblect to over
flow and the land are of vcrv little
nlue but after pnjper drainage Is
ctnllhed thereon the value m Inn
terlally enhanced, nnd the dr.i'b.iKC
dlMiii't la of benefit alike to tho III
dlan allotteea and the white i Itlxens.
who own land Intermingled wl'h
Indian lande.
fin.ilor Owen today save a faro
will dinner to the retiring membera
if tti. Ok:uh"inu coiigrraabiniil del
(KaMon A'l Oklah"tmi Iiouho tiiein
lier" nfteivled
1 111: ri v thi; NATION
waitimi rout
IS
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a ( OWTMION II Till HHUAV
viiiiir ma it 1 11 in E
mii mil unify'
Organdy Blouses
$2.95
Diilnlj, cil oreunily
hlmiKCH lu wlUtc and
other lM'iiiitlful shades.
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CURRENCY CHIEF RESIGNS
WASHI.N'dTO.V, March 2 John
Hkelton Wllllama retired tonight us
comptroller of the currency, in ac
cepting hn realgnntlon "with deep
nnd Knulne reluctance," President
Wlleon wrote Mr. Willlnmn thnt he
had been done a gross Injustice," by
tho way In which the aenato hanklui;
committee had handled tho ciuestlon
of hla re-( otiflrmatlon.
"I can only believe, however,"
mill tho prealilent, "that time will
dl.icle.no the Injumlco to everybody
and that the rlKht verdict will be
rendered by opinion, If not by ono
of thu houses of congress."
"WW .M11.1t fJo to Ten.
.V15W YOIIK, March 2. David
IjimAr, known aa "the Wolf of Wall
rltreot," must aervo ono year In the
Trenton (Ntw Jersey), tienltentlary
for coiiBpliacy to rent rain forehtu
trade and comuu rn durltiK the
1 war, Federal JUBtbc Muntoti ruled
today.
1 11 S B
More Than Just
A Trade Mark
r.
ivHO Dunlap die has scrvedjfor
' many years as a sign post
guiding men to hata of the finest
quality.
It also has another mlsdion it as
sures that high quality which,, it
points out.
True, one seldom has to tahe ad
vantage of the guarantee, but
nevertheless it stands ready in each
Dunlap Hat, to mahe good any
which might by chance go -wrong.
3 O
jjTHit arrow
319-321 South
The Ware
That Lasts
A Generation
"Wear-Ever" Aluminum Cooking Utensils give
you ever! salhf action: Safety, Economy ,
Durability, Freedom from Worry;
YOUcan cook the most (lclicatcand easily scorched
food in "Wear-Ever" utensils with less fear of
burning than in any other kind, because alumi
num is n better distributor of henlnnd retains itlongcr.
This means a saving in fuel. And it means n saving
in wenr-and-tcar expense, too.
"Wear-Ever" utensils arolighl lo handle and easy to
clean. They cannot, form poisonous compounds with
fruit acids or foods.
"Wear-Ever" utensils are made from thick, hard
sheet aluminum, 90 pure, without joint, seam or
solder. You can let food burn dry without" WEAJ-eveh"
injuring them. Cannot rust cannot chip xf3rN.
orscale are practically indestructible. uSUdQ
ni .mi TACUCq
Koplarc utensils that xccar out fif7
with utensils that "Wear-Ever."
Seventeen Years of Service in Tulsa
I
j 107 South Main Phone Otage 22-8022 J
FUND 'DRIVE' AT CAPITAL
OKIMIOMA CITV, March 2
Reminiscent of the many drives f t
funds during the war, with which 1.
carry on the activltlea neeeiwary fn,
Hi successful completion, was th
scene In the state sotiato thla after
noon, where fund nnd npproprlati n
drives wore subject to tho closit
scrutiny und debate. Itequestu for
bo much monoy fori ono stuto de
partment, a. Utile more fur a state
Institution, ns were requests for np
pruprlntlons by tho people for sim
ilar functioning bodies relating to
war winning, wcro parsed upon,
many going over the top, while
those deemed unworthy died for
want of nupport.
Inserting tiny mlrroia In tho outer
edges of the lenses. 11 Nebraska In
venter has patented cyeglassett thv
enable n W'lr, r to sit In bind hi n
orQUAi-iTvi
Main Street
5 jp,
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