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TULSA DAILY WOULD, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1921
GERMANY CLAIMS
ELECTION VICTORY
(jOl 61 I 01' COlll 01 VOlC. M '""' ' Minleo flljf. Maalro. on mi
UU 1 . ,rlv. .. 'itKllttmMil chimin intrtMUmenl .if
Foreign Office Esti- '"""'.
orcign
males
POLES NOT CONVINCED
Say Reports Not Confirmed;
ParicruwHki SnyB Claim
Is More Propaganda
, Tly KHANK II. MAHON.
1 I. N. M. tftaff i'rrraHiiiiUnl.
' lll:ltMN, Mm ill Clormnny
tint iiliiitit 01 per runt of 111 vote
i list In I Mr- 1'pper Hllcnlnn plohlsolto
on Hutuliiy, 11 wits Cfttlliintriil 111' the
i iiilRii nffli'n thiw afternoon.
Will (.'ontcM Two Couiils.
i (mun will i ontost tho rfmult fit
I'lcM mill Itylmlk, whoru tlm Pnles
wire hiici rfwftll, claiming that "Pol-
' lull terrorism" prevented many (lor-
' um hi from voting.
ilir loirimi iiiui n nnn nirniuiy ii"-
; m 1 io preparation of an offlrlnl I
, mi'tii' i milium contending timi (lor
' main must ri'laJn llio districts nf
Jiesn nnd Itylmlk ns iitt eronomlo
' JieccMilly.
II In rstlmntod Hint nearly 1,200.-
non votes wero print (in Stmitiiy, an
rollows: Knr Germany, 700,000; for
Poland, 100,000.
(.'on I .Mines Involved.
Thcro nro many roal mines In thn
districts nf Pies anil Itylmlk. It In
claimed ly tho Hermans that tlio
(icrni.'in mllin worl(orn worn cowoil
in.l fen rcil to i;o to tho polln.
t ntt-r ilnu Lltiiltin anil Wllhcltn
utranw with gay with (Irrman flnKH
In I'clchratlnn tit tho (lot-man vlr
lory. Tho roldnUnff ImllilliiK ami all
tho other pulillc t'tllflcos Uow tlio
national omlilom
l'OriANDKHS CliAI.M
M1WS UNCONIHILMi:!)
WAHIIINO'W, Miiroh 21. Pnl
Uli of flilii In horo cxproHnoil tho opln
Inn today that l'nlaml mlRht appeal
to thn omiiKil of iimtmaanilorM anil
to tlio lonRiio nf n.ttlntiH fnim thn
rcjiitlt nf tho T'pprr HlloHlan plobl
hpIIo, nhotllil tlio official count
conflrmtiatnry . of tho dorman vic
tory unofficially reportoil today.
They nro no far without any nown
of tho official iIocIhIoii.
HlinlilU nn npprnl ho nmiln to thn
lonRiio of nntlonH, It wan nalil, an
Impartial trllmniil tiilKtit do iibIioi!
In rovlow thn plnhlxcllo. In mich n
ino, It wiih auKKCntoit that ropro.
nontntlvo.1 of tho Unltcil Hlnton
mlKht ho nHkoil to Hurvo, an wan
(loiin lijr tlio lonRiio of nntlonn In tho
Aland Island tllitputo.
rtlirAOO. March 21.--tcpnriB
from Ilorlln tclllntr of a Oormnn victor-
In Uppor Hlleln ploulHolto. wcro
ilonounccd nn prupnennda liy Ignaco
Jan l'adorownltl, formerly premier
of Poland, who Htnppod In C IiIc.iko
today whllo on )iU way to Califor
nia, whoro ho ylll npond dovrrnl
mnntliH rmtltiK.
1'ailereWBlil tlcolarod that thn bal
lots cant In Hunday'M olrnltuii wore
now bolnu trnnnported to rontrnl
placcH, wlmro tho final tally of vote
would bo made, and nxprexrod doubt
a to whnthcr any formal nnnomice
mont of thn rrnult would bu pomlblo
for novornl dnyg. '
! TRIGGER MEN GO HOME
("lilcr Sid llntrielil ami In OlhrrH
v for MntCHmi Ut Knjoy
Klnirt l.lbcrtv IVrlml.
WIIMAMSON. W. Vn., March 21.
1'ollco Clilof Hid Hatfield, mid It
other men of Mntownn, nniiulttod
todav of connection with
- or AUi! l 7- Fell ? a nrlvi n . et
lveA1 ant Mav- ' ert I r I
Vi, .... '""'"Miuwi wnKCH. to eMniillrih mtitn Ni.nn.
lZVcotelVnZoX thev win
bo rreS only a shor? Mme ' Jtideo
U fifl Am.uno
eriioou thut tho noxt case would ba
called April 12. Thoro arn still slx
Infllclini'iits tiguliiKt tho H mon, one
each In connection with tho deaths
or sfx detectives, who were killed
during the otrcct battlo last May.
Two Murderers Must Hang,
HHUUVKPOUT, March 2t.-
After dollboi-atlnt; 2A minutes dur
ing Which tlmo the count was
asked throo times for ruldltlonnl ln
Ktriiritloiis, thn Jury In tho cuso
ng.ilust Joint it, Parker of lagans
port, 1-a.. nml Tiurl It. Holmes of
Hurt nn. Kan., confewtied murdorcra
of William r.oborts, Mansfield, I.n.,
thla afternnor. returnod n verdict
or guilty changed. Jiidgo John
it Iloono immediately sontenccd
I hem to bo hanged.
IF KIDNEYS ACT-
, BAD TAKE SALTS!
Says Backache Is sign you
have been eating too
much meat.
When you wane up with backache
nnd dull mlnery Jn tho kidney region
h genornlly moans you havo boon
eating too much meat, Kays a well
known authority. Meut forms uric
ncld which overworks the kldnoys In
their effort to filter it from thn blood
nrfd they become paralyzed and log-,
gy. When your kidneys get slug-!
glsh and clog you muit relievo them.
Illto you relievo your bowels; re. I
moving nil tlm body's urlnnus wnsto, 1
elso you have backruho. 8ck hend-1
arho, dlry speiia .,ur titomach
fours, tongue Is cjated, ami wheal
tho weather Is txid you have rheu- '
mntlc twinges. The urine is cloudy,
full of sediment, chnnnoln often get
sore, water scalds nnd you nro
obliged to seek relief two or three ,
times during tho night, l
Klther consult n good, rc,,b!o phy.
slclun ut onco or got from ynur phar
macist nbout four minces nf Jud 1
Raits: take a tablespoonful n a glani '
of water hefore breakfast for a few !
rinvs and vour kidneys will then ni.1 '
fine. This famous salts la made
from tho ncld of grapes nnd lemon
Juice, combined with lithia, ami has
been used tar generations to cloan
nnd stimulate sluggish kidneys, also
to neutralise ncldn In the urine no
It no longer Irritates, thus ending
bladder weakness.
Jad Salts Is a llto sivqr for rngu.
Ir meat inters. It Is Inexpensive,
rannot Injure anil makes a delight,
ful effervescent lltnla water drink
Advt.
Willi: FLASHES
I Al SriN, Tena, Mti li Jl -A DtMl'in iif
t thn Tratlfl noinly ftrtn'l lurjr him !' (
allcil fur Man-ti II in furtliai Invr.iirnl-
ha caao nf lon II. Momao, formei i hlr
. Ir-rlt in llie pImIo trraetiiy fl"iartment.
wlto vraa returned here today foilowIM
WABIIlNflTON, Mareh tl -chairman
llcnaon of the flhlnplnir board arioouneeil
loflBjf lh rejection aa mo low of tha
Ultra Milii received for four atait ml
I lnr uffered lor aal at New Orlir
ly tho board.
WAHIUNOTON, March l --Fallilfa of
nniinrmin iiriif or llm .vuenifan ('Mitral
train In oliaerve ami ul.er tertaln aUiiala
wa rioiiatblo for tha laornt 1'ortaf. ,.,- i.
1ml, wr-ck In which IT paranna wcra ) oiinKroM an tlio flrnt Impnitntlt It'K
klll.d and 0 Injnrad lha IntcrataU enm i nHtltm of llm cxlrn "."llnii.
M roiniiilln a liutaao of aafaty re- I .. .... ...
pnitcil loilar. i IIoiim' Sttitiiioa Itn Slaml,
I 'ANIIIMOTOH, Marrh !1 - I'nrmar
I Mnrrntattfa HmIi of M le.inln will ho
Klvan rn Ktpnlntil)int. pfnbal.ly
within n few ilafa nn h lnmbr nf tho
Inl'tttalu rninrtifrc rnmmlaoton, It ra
ataltil lflr at lha whli hniiM.
HAMPTON, Iriwx itanh II.- Thn Condi
lion ,t William li. (I'uaarfontl Jolmann.
Iiroh.liltlun wurkrr. Ill Imr nf a throat
affrriton. M-oa iniih ImprovaU toiSiiy. Mn
pliyali'Un, l)r ,t. i, t'nwtra .ilil. Hlthoiiitti
apnaklnit MiittniiiB for thf ratnalmlar
of lha month liava lan rancaltml,
I'r.NTfllVU.I.M. Iohb. Marrh II -Poat.
nfflra MKnla Imjay worn anklnK a lioiich
if rrelMnra.I mall whlrh itlainart from
,Mffl lat flatnrlay nUhl anif whl. li. II
l ullmaied unoffii iii loniainail raah
anl ariirltla worth lltniv.
IW.VOIIAMPTfiV, . Y, Ntarrh 51.
lllniliirnlilnn nwrpat.ra nnlr an our
'hop pellry tmlay piibllalml illnplay ait
vartlalnir aflar nrlr two wrUr auapan-alo-t
ilur to a atrlka of union prlntara
a'VUInit to rnforia ilrmnnila.
rillCAOO Alarrh ll --Thr llllnola fan
trul rallriiait will ennfor with rapiraanu
tlvaa of lla iinHlll.l i-mployM hr Mnrrn
d and 10 ovrr ft propnanl that waura l.
icdiirril arprmlnialaly tt par rant. It wna
anni.iincad toilny. Tha mail cluilaa I hut
It had orilrrivl u wa raiturtlon affrrllva
April 17, anylnir that it lhad fnaraly Klvan
notl.'o that It would mrtt lha ainnloyaa'
rcproarnlatlyn In illar'iM tha mnttar.
VANrOUVKII. 11 C. Marrh Jt - Tha
tl.nno.OOO plant, nf the Mown tr.mnilliiR
Mining f, rtmrlllnK enmany at Ilrltlnnli
llrich. 11 (., SO nil., north of here, la
raiiortnl to hato ticn ilcatrnyrd liy flra
Uat nlKht. Tim plant ta owned In New
York.
ni'.NVIIIt. Puln.. March 51. lhi,l,
'aatcr Inmtta aold nn lha Pnvcr llva
Heck market today for SM par 100. nn
Imraaan of H par 100 over Halurdny'a
Pile and tlio hliihaat lainti ipiotallon on
thla market In clitlit inontha.
llKAUMON'T, Tenaa, March Jl Ilallav
lleevaa nf Mniiaton la dead hero todav
from chloroform. 1ll hiy waa found In
a ronmlnir houae, a cloth aaturateil with
tha driiif lylnic over hla fare. Iteevea. of.
flcera declare, wna addicted to Ilia droit
and It la believed liu died from mi oyr
itoaa.
WtemTA rVM." Ta,a.. March li -Neat
J. nann, plumber, , after ahi.otlnt; hla
w f . four tlmea, today killed hlm.clf. Ilia
wlfn l dilnr at local hoapllnl, Vha
couplo had quarreled, offlcara declnrc.
flAf ANTONIO-. Te.aa, March 51.-1"
1.. Mcnhey, Intimate friend of lrrl,ent
Itardln and mentioned aa new dlreetor
!!5'"i l!nl,s,! mint, denied tmla
that h vn to hn appointed mid an!d
."'Jm wn"1'! "? cctni n political jnn
IVT'". r'm"ln '"r" nt Inok after In.
ptlvata hualnaaa.
POUT WOIITII. Tenaa, M.rch 51 -Illa-TH'iS.i
"ni' l'lhf'y I'oinla valueil at
118.000 wero myeterlftualy returned to n
local Jw'lry atoro earl today after lh
aafo had been looted Ruvlav rliht, .n
nnonymniia meaaaira Ut. Sunda.r iilxht ad
vlaed thn pollen that the loot would bo
returned, but no ctedeiK-o wna placed In
(lift f tpor i
.yASIIINOTONTliicli St. Th. United
Plntea auprema court today decided on n
fro'" "rcl1 " ,n April 51 Thorn
win he ,, eeaalon of the court nt Fri
day, which ta (Inod Prlda)-.
r (m'r't "Jlf ' N'.LTii . jl! " Li h. ' ' -T."" -"rteme'
. Y'V.r" """" rrpneu 0 re-
View tho convlctlona nf Kdward An.leraon
nnd oth.ra In CMllfornla on charie" of
conaplrlnir to violate the draft law.
2(1 .Striken In Hay state.
iIOHTON;. March 2l.-,Twcnty.Hlx
nlrlken nnd lockoutH oxlnt In Manna-
l iu nvun at preiteut, according to tlm
"into department of labor and In-
'.. m""r """ "' '
,T,, "'Jorlty nro Mild to bo
IL 1CV."U - I
hTcl" t bo,l,i, "f, V" ,t;,,,IB,,H-
n?' J f Uo ''"'"'i'l'"""!''" I that
LUiLl!ili'l'l.''J'l'lln.trudes. J
The Man in
Debt Is a Slave
He works tinder difficulty, lives under pressure
and plnys under- a cloud. Things are unpleas
ant for him and he makes things unpleasant
for others. He's lost his pep, surrendered his
nerve and given up the .title of his initiative.
He can't bo himself until he gets out of debt.
The best way to get out of debt is to start a
Savings Account and build it by u continuous
program of Thrift. A little Home Savings
Bank, such as furnished by the Savings Depart
ment of the Exchange Trust Company is a won
dorful service in helping you establish the Habit
of Thrift. Four per cent added to your savings
semi-annually soon demolishes your debt.
Start NOW.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Exchange Trust Company
14 EAST
PATRONIZE
HOME INDUSTRY
Call and see our line of hand-made leather
novelties made in Tulsa.
We make to order Ladies' Hand Bags, Poek-
ctbooks, Dog Collars, Dog Harness, etc.
We repair Grips, Suitcases, Traveling Bags,
G uncases, Scabbards, Etc.
Bradshaw Harness Co.
17 West First St. Phone Osage 307
FORDNEY TARIFF
TO BE PUT OVER
Slated as First Important
t Legislation of Extra
Session
WAHIII.NtlTON, Mnrrh Jl.-Th
rnrdnny omorBenry tariff bill, pro-r-lnoly
an veloinl by forinnr Prt'rililent
U'llnon. will ha mulled throiiKh
Au rdlng In the re(tlnt (if Prenl
dont llnrdlim for pawtuxo of a ineim
tin ilralKticd to hulp tlio fnrmcrx
nuking for protr.llnn nitnlnit for
Iffn i 'impptilloM. rtipiibllrnn mcm
bortt of the Iioiiho wayn and meiim1
oommlttoo liirned ti limit tmlay nml
voted to rnNivn tho I'oiilncy bill
nftnr iiKreelnif nlmimt imnnlmounly
a woek hkii not to conildcr any
nmiirKHiicy iPKMntlnn nlienil of a
pormaneiit tariff and revcmio revi
sion. Knmitnrn Pcnroae, Hmoot and Mr.
Cumber, conferecM from thn Mimnte
finance cmnmlttiT, iiKieed to tho
new proKriilii. which It was explained
meet tin approval of Prenldont
llnrdlnc. Hnatnr Peiirnnn oxprenned
the belief that the omercency menrt
u re would be In 111" I la ml m of Mr.
I ( rt ril 1 1 1 IC within 10 (Inyn after tho
eonvctiliiK or thn Mpeclal nealnn
April II
Predict ll Will lln Ilulicil,
Keveral memborH of tho limine
commlttoe, Iticliidlm; riialrmnn
Kordney n..d Iteprenenlnllven l.nnK
wottli and dreen, conferrcil with
Senator Penrnae after tho former
I'oliiinllleo had reached Itn asreii
mcnt. Prom thin conference came
the prediction Hint thn monmirn
would bo runlied through tho
limine under a npetial rulu mid
throiiKh tho netiato ponntbly under
limitation or denato i eiilorcijil by
cloture
Thn new I'nrdnoy bill will be
prcnentcil with a nlx-montli limita
tion, but Km provlnlnnri wilt explru
at an cariler date nliotild the per
manent bill bn enacted befoio expir
ation of the six month period.
NO PACKER DECISION
lU'prfM-ntJtlUtx or 'lllg lli' nnd
iiim "Si'iTcmrlcei to .Meet
Tinvtlay Aflcrnooii.
WA.SI1INOTO.V. March 21.-After
upending tliren hourn'and u half In
eonrerenco with HecrularleN J)avln,
Hoover and Wallace, reprceiitatlven
of thn five leading packeru ,.id of
their u n Ui n employen adjourned late
today to meet tomorrow afternoon.
None nf tliono participating In tho
(.'onferencn would niako uny nlatn
ment an to the progroKn of the Initial
effortn of thn now ndmlulntrntlnu
In mediating a major labor dlnpute.
HeprenentntlveH of tho packeru
and of tho employcn, on-coming out
of tho conference, ntnted that Sec
retary imvlri hud rcnuented nil par
IIch to nuiku no ntatementK regarding
the HtatllM of tho dlMCllnnloiiH, Til
labor Hocrotaty alno vent word by
hln private necretary to nvuHpnper
men that ho bud nothing to nay re
garding tho conference and nn
uounccil that thn iIImciikhIomh would
be resumed tomorrow urter tho reg
ular Tucadny cnblnet meeting.
Tho fact that thcro are to be no
morning confercncca huh taken to
lliillc.ite that Secretary Davln might
bring the matter aa revealed at to
ilay'n prellmlunry meeting to tlio at
tention of President Hardliig nml
othor momlierH of the cnblnet.
lllivtrlo Salcn Heavy for Year,
NI'U YORK, March 21. Total
sales of tho AVestorn Klectrlc com-
I'?"?. J1rT 1920 amounted . to
NKW YOU1C, Murch 21 Total
ftmi i li nnn ..M nn..w.r....i .ui.
"W2Y,Ooi for 19J9 ' iconrdlng ii
tho annual report ot tho company,
niade jiubllo, today, J
THIRD
Pond Creek Uo,,h Win
Northwestern Meet
i
Kp.i ial I lie World.
AI.VA, fJkln, Marrh II. Tho
three ilnva bnnketball tourtininent
al Not tbwentei u normal ended Hal
ttrilay nlKhl. Thirty tenliiM entered.
Ponilcreek bovn and Phillip! uni
versity IiIkIi Klrln won. All-lourna-ment
team- Ji'lrnt lam- -K. Hoyd.
Pondcreek, forward, Ilenedlet, CMer
okee, fiirwrud: llobbn, Pondireek,
center; Aiiitln, lfinihert, Kuard
MtiHtln, Plillllpn, forwntd. He. otul '
teirn ! Wllnmi, Utmbcrt, foratd, Urnmit of ntnto Koverunient will not
Weikn, Cliiioki-, forward: Wllen. ho fully determined by thn leln
chornkce enter. lliRh, Pond. reek, lit nro. nnr will tho Bovernor inn
Kuard. Pattetnnn. Cherokee, Kuanl. I Hl,l"r hliimelf bound oh to hlM fu-
. lure actlonn, by direction of the
MAN, WIFE SLAIN,
NEPHEW IS HELD
Couple Living Near Ant
lers Shot to Death in
Then-Beds
Ily Aaaorlated Prraa rltale ,re
Mt HK()(ii:i:. Okln . Marrh 21
Ham Hall, -If. yeain old, nml hln wife,
Ola. 10 ear old, worn murdered
In their heilN at their home, 20 miles
ennl of Antlers, at about 1 o'clock
this morning, nccordlng to Informa
tion reaching here. i.huIh Hall. 2 1
'ni" "in, " ncpiiotv, ih living iiein i . , . . . .
lii the PiiHhmatnlm cnunty Jail ntiCi'OWn Traill AnWUfitlCtt ,'
iiiirip, i-iiuiKtm wiiu me Kiiuugn.
Shot Whllo AMoep.
Mr. nml Mrs. Hall were shot with
a revolver wlilln nalep, according to
Sheriff Klrkpntrick and County At
torney llacket of PiiRhmataha
county. Nelgbbnrs who lived a
(Hunter of a mile nwny heard tho
shots and inn to thn Hall home.
They ,ny the nephew wns gono when
thev arrived.
Iln was later found and arrested
by Deputy County Sheriff 1).
StiliigH nnd brought to Antlirs HiIh
nfternnon. Ho has steadily refused
to tnlk of tho affair since being
lodged III Jail, the sheriff mid,
No (,'iinrrcl Kiiohii (If.
Tho nephew had been staying with
tlui Hall family and was said to be
neiping with tlio rnrm work. Neigh- ".Ido cabaret, ror one year. Thu re
born nay thev know or no quarrel i versal was on tho ground that gov
bctween thn Ilnlls nnd tho nophow. i ernment officials who confiscated
Tho only known relative of thn 1 liquor at the cafo did not havo a
dead man nnd womnn Is Mrs, W. I search warrant.
W Chnrachcr of Poetau. who In a
slsler of tho dead womnn. United Stales .Men to (Jimnl lliiail.
Thn murders wero evidently cold- JOPL.IN, March 21. Dovoral
blooded nnd premeditated, as
neither or the murdered eoonln liml
stirred from their position In the
bod when the neighbors nrrlvnj
arteir tlio shooting and ono bullet
was rired Into each of their heads.
Sheriff Klrkpatrlck said tonight,
Nothing of tho chnrnclcr or past
history of thn nephow has boon
learned, Klrkpatrlck said. Tho
community In which thn Hulls lived
Is spnrsely settled nnd communlra-
Mon In inor,
PITTSBURG MAN MAKES
WONDERFUL STATEMENT
Declares Tanlac Enabled
Him to Eat Better, Sleep
Better and Work Better.
Has Gained Thirty
Pounds.
I consider Tanlac tho grandest ,
medlelno In tho world, for 1 havo
actually gained .10 pounds In weight 1
since I began taking It. It has Just
simply filled mo with new life and
energy nml ror tho rirst time In years
1 can sit down to tho table nml en
Joy, three siiuaro meals n dav like
other people. In fact T.itiluc h.vi
mailo me ent better, reel bettor, sleep
better and work better, and I guess
flint's all a man can expect or u
medicine.
"lloriro I took Tnnlao I was off
2.; pounds (n weight nnd vvtin so bad
ly run down I w.m hnrdly nblo to do
my ork. Nothing seemed to ngree
with mo and my food Invariably
sourod on my stomach. 1 would nl
ways havo an uncomfortnblo bloated
up reeling In my stomach, nnd al
though I tried many kinds of medi
cines, 1 nover got roller until I took
Tanlar.
"I also suffered considerably at
times from Kheumutlsm. but thin ,
ban all disappeared. In Tact, this
wonderful medicine hns made n new
man out of mo In every way. I reel
years younger and can do as much
work as in any day or my lire.
"Of course, I am only too glad to
give you my testimonial because 1
want other people who nro suffer
ing ns I did lo take this medicine
nnd get relief "
Tho above remarkable statement ' Tanlnc Is sold In Tuls.i .oxclmlve
was made by Harry M Allen, reside ly by the Quaker and Puritan Drug
Ing nt lOO'.i Saint Martin Strict, Companies, Advt
Castor Oil
When you buy Meyer Castor Oil you get
100' o medicinal value. Pressed from
carefully selected beans the clean, un
udulternteit oil tested for Its purity
is packaged nnd sealed to keep it pure. -A
certificate of test in each package is your
guarnntcc of purity by the largest drug
house in the world, of 69 years' established
character.
Ask your druggist for MEYER Castor
Oil In original certified package.
Meyer Brothers Drug Company
St, Loul.
77i l.ri tit Drug Com in th World
Aiplrin Ejiiom Salt lodina
1'ironlila of llyilrocm Milk ot Magnttli
And Other Houirhokl Units
'LETTER ANSWFRS
UL-1 1 Ul 1 ' " ,VJ " 1 1-1
REPORT OF HOUSE
Governor Says Officials
AVere Out Before Leg
islators Acted
OKLAHOMA riTV, Maich 21.
Thn future policy of the exeeiitlvo
icKininturo, ari'orilliik to a letter
nent to the houno of reprenetitntlveM
neir into tnuay ny (jovcrnor .! it
A. Itoliortnon
All persons contiecled with the I
I statu highway department rcjm-1
1 mi nded removed by llm limine com
mittee's ropoit. have In each case
, eeaaed their connection with thn de
' partmeut. or have been removed, tho
I governor Maid, beforo the report was,
l adopted by tlio hotiHO, Ills letter w.is
I in nnnwer to roiiutsts on tho house
I eoumiltten rcgntdltig a revision of
i the lilghwny deimrtment.
The letter, received by Speaker
Ic.eoigo Hehwnbe late today, but not
read publicly. Tho Hpeaker s com
ment was that It would probably
end tho Incidentals nf the report.
whMi demanded that tho governor
"Inform tho houno as to what nf-.
Hon ho expected to take upon Its'
t ecommonilntlons." i
7 Killed, 12 Wounded
liy The Aeaoclated Prcae
I)i:ni,IN, March 21.--Seven mem
bers nf the crown forcer. Including
an off leers, woro killed nnd 12 wero
wounded when a trnln was am
bushed today, according to official
announcement. The nttack occurred
near Ileadford Junctlun, county
Kerry.
Judges Iti'vcrsc l.nnilK (
CIIICAOO, Mnreh 21. IVdernl
Judges 1'. K. linker and Samuel Al-
nchtiler today reversed tho order of
,IiiiIl-i K. M- I.nndls chlflllL- tlm I'.n.
! tertalners cafo.'u well known south
deputy ftilted States marshals lort
hern today for points nlong the Mis
souri & North Arkansnn railroad.
on tho Mlwourl side of the line, un
der orders to protect tho property,
which has been subjected to a num-
I her of depredations. Including the
burning ot two railroad brldgra In
I Arkansas.
1 1
I Uobert A, Molllrney
Funeral Director 921 S. Main
Phones Osage HHCCAt
AtlVt.
- -
llAltllY Al. AI,l,i:.V
or Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pittsburgh, P.i a well known cm
ployo of tho Oliver Iron ft Steel
Company of that city. Mr, Allen Is
n well known member of the I'nlted !
Prenbytcii.ni church nnd Is highly
respected by all who know him.
look con THU
MKYtH HEO DIAMOND
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VS3SSarMiU
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(llllMia (it) CoiUI'lKlotl Official!)
dlit 1,00(1 Will Allend Mi-
llonnl Petroleum Cmigrctn,
KANHAH CITV, March 21 -AL-Ihoiigh
many doleKaten arrived dur
ing the day, actual dlcudon of tho
titmliivft of tho National Petroleum
eotiKtoiwt, which In holdlmf lt an
nual meeting here, will not bciiln un
til tomorrow. John I). Heynoldn, tic
tlvn decretory, announced tonight.
At lean 1,000 dcU'Katen nro nsmirod,
nccordlnif to Mr. lleynoldn. Thin l
thn tenth annual meetliiK of the con
Krena. Thurnday will be tho last day
of tho meeting. ,
Oil men from Chicago, Tulna and
Uuncnn, Okla., will afrlvo on tippcinl
trnlnn tomorrow mornlnK, .lr. ueyn
i,iB sai,, nn,i tho KansaH Oil Men'n
I nLUfifitnllnn rnnlnnwrl nf IvntlHflu ills
Irlbutors, will convene its niinuj
Do you
know
why
it s toasted
To soal in tho
dolicious Bur-toy
tobaooo flavor.
LUCKY
STRIKE
CIGARETTE
YOU CAN HAVE
YOUNG BLOOD
Makes Old I'o Ik Young
nml Wcuk 1'olk Strong
If ou look nml fH nit, wAk nnJ
nervous ami tllaeuuragisd; f you ur lack- I
Inic In the vim. courage and cntri:y that i
you uietl lo hnr. Il almoat certain that 1
you htvp oltJ blood blood that is lacking
In oxygen carrylnK red cell; nnd that ,
your nerves hre nlio run down. What you '
need to rnakfl you look und feel younn. ,
ulronic and vltforoun 1 mor red cell in
your blood and Mromcer nerve. Fur thin
purpoio ano of tho llnevt thtiiKu known ,
( U to take, a flve-crnln tablet of Itlond
Iron lhonnhatA with eacli meal Th
auppllea Jiwt the fifth t kind nf redtrell
maklnK Iron nnd nerve building pho!hto
to aooti make you feel flno nnd a iron r I
do today to Quaker Iruii 0. or any ntber
vlrumlit and gn enough Itoodlron Ihos
phat for n three weeka' treatment. It
com only 31 SO- SOe a week take It res
utarly and lou'll be Imply nmased at
the renultn, Try It nnd e. Vour money
bock If you want It Advt.
Voun
FROM the age of twelve a girl needs all the care the thought
ful mother can give. Many a woman has suffered years
of pain and misery the victim ot thoughtlessness or ignorance
of the mother who should have guided her during this time.
If she complains of headaches, pains in the back and lower
limbs, or .if you notice a slowness of thought, nervousness or
irritability on the part of your daughter make life easier for her.
Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound isespeciallyadapted
for such conditions. It can be taken in safety by any woman,
young or old. n
Read How These Mothers Helped Their Daughters
Giittenborfr, X. J. "ily datiRlitnr
was nil run tlovvn nnd had fainting
spoils often, had n had complexion,
and suffered at her monthly periods.
Her grandmother had boen taking
Lydia B. Mnkham's Vegetable Com
pound for thn Change of Life, and got
a bottle of it for her. She began to
improve with tho first bottle and took
live in all and was entirely restored to
health. For n time she had not been
able to attend school, but sho does now.
She recommends Lydia E. Pinkhani'o
VegoUtblo Compound to her friends
nnd I give you permission to publish
this letter as a testimonial.'1 Mrs.
OATIUniNK McQlovi, 804 24th St.,
uuvieunurg, rs. u.
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Afedetable Compound.!
i LYDIA ETPINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN, MASS.
mertlng Wednesday In onjutictlon
with thn national organization. V
rloua other organizations repreaont
Ing producer, retlnern, dlstrlbiltorn
and nollem from virtually every oil
vontor of tho nation will hold tholr
annual gntherln&H during tho o
luu uf tho congri-HH,
ny w. it. pi:ck.
Tha World'a Oil IMttor.
KANSAH CITY, Mnreh 21 Fol
lowing tho election of off Ice;. i, tho
Petroleum Keflnors association on
Monday took up the question as to
tho relntlvo value of coal nnd fuel
oil as ugalnst tho cost ot crude po
trnlemit. There was a long tllseuilon which I
ended In the appointment of a com-
mltteu which will report later, nnd
which lOtiHlsts of K. C. Winters,
with tho Whllo Kagio HeflnltiK com-1
pany. . 1
riivmnn's Uf Worth $10,000,
I WASIUNOTON, March 21 -Decl-(slnns
In Texas court valuing the life
Rovivrtl Services
IU-Nlli.1l"
FIRST M E.
CHURCH
? BOULDER ST.
LT
Next Sunday
Is Easter
Of course you will want to celebrate the occasion
with n new sprint? suit. We have ready for your
selection one ot the finest stocks ever shown in this
store, priced at
$23-65 $25 $28-65
$30 $36-65 $44-65
Some of these handsome new models are on display
in our windows, we have a host of others) inside.
Come in today and let us show you some of the
new things.
The New Spring
Hats Are Here
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN
m
Si
-i'SHBsr M
Girls
Need. Care
Roxbury, Mass. "My daughter is a
schoolgirl and sho suffered very
much with irregular periods, painful
cramps and dizzy headaches. She was
sometimes as long as three months be
tween her periods and when theycamo
sho was not ablo to do her school homti
lessons because she could not even sit
up. A copy of ono of your little books
was left in my letter-box and sho began,
to tako Lydia E. Plnkham's Vcgetablo
Compound for hor troubles. She is
now in good health, is regular and can
help mo with tho housework when
not in school." Mrs. Victoiua O.
SriEssEltT, 74 Bragdon St., Koxbury,
Mass.
The Sensible Thing is to Try
of a locnmotlvo flrniutr i ron
and n HWltchman tit 2.' .0, ,
the result of tho refusal .f
today to review them. II. .
ford McCoy, a Santa IV nwr h ,!t
won tho nmaller verdict, i,t ,
C. Mills won tho larger.
FINISH ST. JOHN'S
HOSPITAL
Painting nnd Decorating
Quality, Service and Price
F. S. SUTHERLAND
616 West Third. 0-4317
CLIPSON'S
THE CLEANING
J
WITHOUT AN ODOR

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