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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1 1,
CAPITAL MAY GET
NEXT PEACE MEET
ilii'tinns OI AnothPl
1 llUKUUIIS Ul VVIIUim-l
Conference Thick at
CANT IGNORE EUROPE
Tr.,cnl Treat Will lie Used
n.s Hasis, Perhaps, to In
sure Protection Here
Iti HAItltY r. !.'!( mm. r
I N.H duff Crtrrixpeisetenl.
v HI.(.TON. April !. Anoth-
e rrinfpl'P 1111' 10 lip held till
,, , m Washington Iv-'pihI (if I'nrls
,. f.n shallowed today by otftr-inls
, nmcntlng upon the prnununic
ii t m president Hmdlng nieeenge
, . mt it separate treaty with tlio
t -nl jinn erf.
I , president's- ill" la ration ( lint
i, I nlii'il fj.aten eunnot Ignore Hip
, I vniirt relationship h nil iieltlp
ni'tiM alrcHeh I'ffpptt'tl means that
hi. -I'll H again to take hpr place
, UK roiimllii of thp world. hlKli
.if(,.iW e.ild. nml It whu polnlPil
.(.it thp complexity of the lirob
) presented Mtiil thr sharp con
fi i ..f interests muke It pxlremely
., "k't that these negotiation
,,.,,, I I if i on il net cd In any other
i, i than ucru the eonierence
i tii- dor not mean, hiiwevpr, Hint
tn attempt to negotiate n trputy
,i ..lii l'il'V to nil tin' I iow pis run
.iinid iiiH.v not flrat ho iniidc
ihio'iRh ordinary diplomatic ilmn
ti it- Hferetary Hughes Imi pon
iirr'd frequently with iitnhiismidnr
i;....'. .lusserand, Khldehnrs nod
T ; i - i .mil he has tn Ik 'd at length
vinh foiinci- Premier Vlvlnnl. Imp
s', n. it'll IIP IK not IH (UHltltPll with
Ml, I i mil H III WhlCM tllU lllUlltl'IOK
i ,x p i it I'll hv th ni ttliilpameii
. i, Id !' willing to go in accepting
n,n,nfiiallon of tho treaty of Vor-
'lis. No secret Is tnado of tho
r.i. t. however, that much ground
Ki ! r'liiHlnK to bp covprcd.
TIip Inlted States Is going to uso
(if pieeent trputy us a worklnn IihkI.h
two n'iiHon. It WHrt tnailo jilaln
toilav l'lrt. til tllllkp Mtrp Hint
Aim man rielitH and prlvllPRPH me
nrdimpil and, dpcondly, to tipo tnnt
tin r.onotnlr rpadjustnicnt to which
i ij man, woman nnd child of
Am il. a Is iIppidpi! to havp tin Inipr-
it l niadp fairly and with rviuon
To :ii I'oinjtllHh thpsr oiitlrt no mo
i in i ni-tiir.il i llation of all tho In-irn-tpd
jiowcr.i Is iipceiwury, the
.ii'mliil'-tratloii IipIIovi. nnd the
tn ,i' of prsallIpM, mlnuH thp lr,iKU
i.f n rions lovrnnnt and other "Itmd.
M itiN cinmitmentfi," K exjipptpd to
i in, toe ri-.ull' Ht mean!) at liund.
MORE SCHOOL MUSIC
Tiil-a SiimtiUoi-n Itctnrn Prom (lie
N'ullonal Coiirt'n'iii'i' lit .Inplln
A f"ir-;par foiirnp no a rcnulred
riniqul'llp for the holding of po
nlim ks music KiipervlHors In Hip
In.nN was rppnmmptidpil Iiv thp
fl ii itip"iil rnunrll of thp niitlomil
I'ufvvr r,. i- of music etipprvliors
i""'l .it .loplln. Mo., and from
ivhi'li ii sioup of Tilln mun trach
rr lime- JUBt rcturiiPd. Thp con
viitiip hPht from Hip -IHi to the
th of April, wan attPnilPd by .MIssph
llHiilit ('. Van N'ntta. HUprrvlsor In
thp Kraile cchools. -Minn Clnrp J'Jd
i'i nn. musical director nt the hlclt
ln.nl und MihH .Marp.iret Hill.
"' ul tr.iPhep of music at llorurp
.Main .mil Cpntnil. of Tlllwi.
.Musli- Htipprvlnlnn In tho rural
t linnin was a Huhjpi t In whloh tho
lOtifpirncp wan trPiiiPndoiisly In
tf rested , the supprvlKor of music In
V'lv'on pounty, Kan., oni of the
few pta, where rural fpIiooIs bnve
sunrrvip(i music, explained to the
rotiferpiue thnt lipr hpi vIpph htp paid
'nr fv a runit made up ny Hip imr
'iui thrmsclveH of tlio schools, and
that n.it only thpy. hut tlio pupils
wen havp lipon hunxry for nuch
ir' rutinn. Shu has fitt schools 'with
Hht, t srtp works. Junlnr IiIkIi school
iwk wns nnothcr Interesting fea
M'TP than 500 music supen-lsnrs
nfemled the conference the sessions
t Htii. h wero pnllvenod by concerts
pirn by such tiotPd artists as Oscur
i'iu.'!" Arthur Shattuck and In
hi u work, Hip Haydn choir from
Karij, city. Knr thp first time in
' i ' ti 'tory of Hip confprcnip, the
tuir,.snrs thpinsi'lvps gave n chorus
'f 'Pit, with 100 takliiK jinrt. An
futiDitra concert Riven by the hU
t'i. snis was another new feature
' : tin- progrum.
II! Millions Cleared bi
Harvester Trust in '20
'lib-Mio. April 13. The Inur
ii'i'i.irmi Harvester company's nn
"o.i icport. made imblm inday
rhimni net profits for 1920 of !,
'"oo as ngulnt 20.011.000 In
' ' ; - Thp pprcpntagp of net profr
'" ipi.ul invested wus 7.9 per ic
- against 9 C per cent the prewous
' i-' Iicspito the reduction in nf
i'-' f s i ho . onipHny'H eales wer
"! I'grst in its history tola1' n;
.. '"M, ono. In 1919 thi sal"s io
1. Iril i2 floO 000.
Rent a Car and Drive It
Tulsa Rent-a-Car Co.
Hear 215 Smith Cincinnati
Phono Cpilnr 2Snn
CLARK FLOWER SHOP
an ust Tiiiiui:i:.vrn
"Say It With Flowers"
"lien stomachs do ttclr work,
iu UowcU wove naturally.
DR. TCJTTS UVEU FILLS
tke stomach dlcest food
Md Uowcb move as they should.
News of Muskogee
muHIi I "111101111 llllltxla).
"PMIhI to Th Vc otld
I .Ml HKUdl.K iiri! 13 l'uni ml
rvlrn for Hubert As.uith owner
Western leather company.
livruo wholesale house litre, will iv
belli nt I So Thursdav afternoon
Horn the. llrst Methodist chu-i'h.
Mr. Awiulth died suddenly at C.U
vln. okla , two cluMt befnrn hi
.14th birthday, lit wholesale busi
ness developed here from one shoe
rejialr shop started hero several
hears ago, Uf leave wife nnd
I oti. Murcue, who waa aesoctsted
with him In the business.
Alnt (ict .Sew i'him,
MusknKPp soon mny hvs npw
ftri'ft pht on nvery Unp In the ilty.
Miinpr V, M. Cutltp Isft for the
east to convince thp directors thn"
new pipilpinont Is ncpilpil. Th cars
now heme run he bppn used sine
ihu llnua werp cstsbllshetl.
tiunlj ScIiimiI Med Sel.
Hundreds of srhon! bo and 1rl
nrp pieptsd hprp A pill 22 nnti ?a
for the county athletic, muslisl nnd
litprnry enntpsts, arranjotnents for
whfph wpro I'omtilPtPi at h innetln
of suppilntenilrnts here today.
Ni'KiiiV 'nixl lllls ItoniNlrr.
.Mrs. Howard Hpiispc mustalncd a
broken Jaw and her son. Hubert,
wns cut and bruited about tho faci'
when a'roHdtter In which they were
ndln waa struck bv a tnxlPnb
driven by a iieuro last nljrht. A
rlinrae of rppkleaa drlilng has been
placpd twain; thp nrgro. I'ercy Ale
II Ih V'nintliiii the Ismiio.
Is Albprt Cut tlli li of Uiirllesx lite
farmer stock raiser or stock
dealer? ,lud(( 15 U Williams lind
this iniPstlon before him In federal
court unlay with hearlni; on the etl
llon of the Htocks Yards Uian cuiti
pany of Kansas I'lty to throw (Suit
lleb Into b.'inki upti i . The federal
law uinniit In- Invoked lo throw
t Ultra of tho soil Into bankruptcy.
The h Parian In open court win
npcessary before a bankruptcy
referee could take thecflse. Uoltllcb
Is said to hnvo owed the Stock
Yarda Ioan company'over JHO.000
in notes when the petition was filed
last pule. He also had other credl'
ors. About l.ooo acres of land In
Vnahlnlton, Osaco nnd .S'owata
counties bflotiKltm' to (lottlleb and
hi? wlf was turned over to HPorKe
(Jilprnspy of Indcpendetirp, Kan.,
banker, to ntlsfy a morta;a;p. the
petitioners declare. liter sevpral
hundrpd hPiid of cattle were turned
over to OuornKcy to pay off u $15.-
IK0 note, It is snlti.
Wlni Cac I'liim I lallro.nl.
ilpwl Allen of near Slick will tret
ne.irlv J200 an ncro for 37.31 acres
of land taken bv the Oklahoma
Himthwcslcru railroad for a light of
wuv between Uristow and Sllelc lie
won n verdict from a Jury In 'he
federal . rourt yeatorday. TIkv
Hwmded him 17.1 'I', about J3.000
morn than the railroad hud ofrered
him for the l.unl, which was mild
to bo choice river bottom soil.
Road Building io Give
10,000 Workers Jobs
N"i:W YOItK. April in Several
hundred thousand men, now unem
pIoPd, inn be used this year In
building 10,000 miles of new high
ways, embodied In thr nation's mil
lion dollar road building program.
J. It. Drane.v, president of tho As
phalt nsmiplntlon declared hero to
day in an nddres nt tho organiza
tion's annual meeting.
He added that the road building
(nigrum. If not curtailed, also will
placo In service many thousand
freight cars that nre now Idle and
will Increase , freight tonnage to
Hip pxtpnt of 100.000.000 ions and
yield the railroads revenue In excess
of $100,000,000 on road mai jrlul
Central Glee Clubs
To IHnicrtain Friday
Dptnonstrntlon of the Intpnslvp
study given to musir. as a part of
Central high school'ii policy of jiro
vldlng course's that encourage nnd
cultivate occupationa for Irtsurc
will bo given l'lrday night of this
week when tho girls' and boys' glee
clubs of the high school appear for
thn first time In Joint conceit Dra
matic readings to be given by repie-
seniutives of tin- high school at
Norman next month will bo ti part
of the evenings program A second
musical event of Interest, will bp tlio.
orchestra and nana concert, scneu
uled for the evening of April 28
A. L. Wait
TACKLE S. Boulder
Ilullds Ilriics That Last
. HITS YOU HARD!
Moan's l.lnlmcnt should lie i.cjh
hantl) for lichen and jinlns,
WHY wait for u severe pain an
uiriei, ii rhpumiilic twinge fot
lowing exposure, n sore mus le
scititua. or lumbago to ni.iko you
eiult work when you should havo
Slcins I.mlmcnt handy to help curb
It und keeii jou active, and fit, und
on the Job '
Without rubbing, for It is'iiPtrnles,
apply u hit today " tl afflicted
pur' Note the gratifying, clean,
jirompt relief that follows. Sloan's
Kinmiem . uldn t keep tts many
thou-ands of fri nds tho world over
if it didn t niako good That's worth
remembering. Ah druggists threo
sizes tho large: t is the ni't t o
tiomleal, 3 c 70c, Jl 10.
T ZZ s- m-4-Pairi!
OF FUR ROBBERY
Youth Taken by Police as
Model Robbery Suspect
Held on Old Charge
Karl Hotson, was arraigned Wed
nesday morning before Justice S.
('. Mnney on n hargc of huiglAry
nnd t'ommltied'lM jail under a ti.
500 bond. His preliminary hearing
waa set for Anl 2;.
Hotiison Is charged with hating
helped burglarize, the John I). Hall
tore November 3 a, when several
thousand dollars worth of furs were
lost and the stealing of many thou
sand dollars worth prevented bv
(Irani Tib ker, merchant police, of
ficer, who dl ifvered the thleiea on
their spi ond tilp to the eloro Tucker
arrested oop man, and shot another
a he whs attempting to eecapo but
Hip real of Hip gang, whh-h was be
lleved to contain flio men, earaped
Forest I'aul. shot by Tinker, Is now
rei ovprlng from his wound! In tho
hoeplt.il ward of the county Jail ami
Ii. A. Urookshlre. Hip man arrealed.
Is serving a tprm In thp penitentiary.
Ilntsnn waa atteslcil Tueaday by
K. II. Ilapkathorne. pollpe officer.
Ills arrest waa In regard to tho at
tempt robbery .Monda) night of the
.Model ilothleis. on thai nls-lit Orant
Tucki i' Murprlaed four men lobbing
tlila store and with thr asatstani c
of jtnllrc officers aireslPd two of
thp tppn. Iloy (.'la) Ion and 1'iank
Purity Thp other two dashed
thiough the front store window and
cwnppd. Hotson wms nripsteit in
company with (. Case, und a" both
are bildly iut. npliaicntiv b glass. It
Is believed that they are the two
men who escaped. Hotson will be
arraigned later on the .Model lubber-.
H0L DSECOND DEBATE
t'nlwrsll- of '1'ulni Teams to Med
hhaiMicc nml KIiiuHkIipi- Tennis
in TiiImi I'lldii) MkIH.
I'lllverslty of Tulsa dpbatcts. nfler
winning 4. doublp victory TuesrlHv
over the Oklahoma City .Methodint
college, will contest agnlnst two
other schools of the slate when thn
affirmative .team debalPH the Okla
homa Hnjillst unlvcfHity at Shawnee
and the negative meets Kingfisher
'Ojlege tii.nn at Tulsa In the uni
eralty Hudltnrlum 1'rlda night.
Hay Klenk and (lerald Klcln
knecht. with Maurico Klllaon as
HltPrnalP, .arguing tlio affirmative
sldo of tho eiueatlon. "Resolved.
Thnt the Federal (lovernment Should
Mnact tho Principle of Hie Kiinsus
l.'iiv for tho yottlemeni or Labor
Disputes in Public Ullltlcs.-' wero
given the decision oier the Okla
homa City college on Tuesday night
by the Judge. Josh le. president of
the oratorical asunciallon of Okln
homn. While the Affirmative team was
winning nt hotnr, tho negative team,
composed Of .1. II. Koblnson and Iloy ,
llalns, with J. Pullman as ultimate.)
BUU. cieifiilly argued the negative
side of the abovo question aKiittist
Hie same school ut Oklibomn Ci v j
Tulsa wilt aigun the negative side
of th niK'Htlnn on I'rlday night In '
tin' university auditorium, und the .
nfflrmatlfe team goes tn Sh iwnee
where very niuih Intel t has been
ti.-j nlfeMteil in the lll'lllltCH and
where tho Tulsa debatem cxpr t to
linn some sun uppunuiun. .....
seems to know much of the King,
fisher team, hut It l.J thought that
they will give Tulsn u good battle
Tho Tulsa debaters have been eoiu'll
cd by sevural business men among
whom nro C. K llordpr of the Junior
chamber of commerce. Wulter fJltz
Icr and K. II Hunt
Have you tried it lately?
South Boston Street
i Everythinsr new; all outsid
' r,i ..
rooms With bath, steam hcatt
Kelcpnouo in earn room.
MAN GIVES WIFE
tne nmiurn oy puuiug n ii'iispuon
Shf hud stoma, h trouble; for years. fl, 0fl canthrox (which they get
W.n.. .lm,,ln lillnl.lhnv,, ' fldltl tllO ll I' 11 IflflSt 1 ill 11 Cllll (if Utll
lmrk ulireilnp etc us mixed ln!w'l,,r HI'Hllng tills llisti'ltd of
; bark. t,i cei inp. i u . nit nilxtii in , ,mH fl, ( lJ( (lf H,lal,ipo()
Aillor-i-ka, her husbund wiys: n,lUlil Is unoiigh so ll Is easy to npily
wife teels fine' now and bus gained It to all the hair Instead nf Just tho
. welfthi. It is wonderful stomach
iiieilli inr " Adler-l-kii acts on HOTII
J upier and lower bowel, removing
foul matt, r which poisoned slum-
mil nnd which .u never thought
! w.ia in your M-Mcm I.i l;l.l.l:VT
fur gas on tic t'cimi'b o: e hronle-
I I"I1I1M1ITI. IUI. l.ll.l.l III!
tip-iilli in i e.(rmc-i n nrings
0 .it w II Slirp i
man 1 1 3 S Ml'
lie., H ij.
SJJS', 3f Meyer Brothers I
, $ik$s$$jjffl I Dnig Company 1
flies instantly J
rill: HYAN'iKI U'AI- CLASH nml i
(litlld of the I'lrel riesbytptliin
ihiirth. of whb h Mm. AW. Uotb I
is teacher, waa entertained laat night
at the home of .Mrs, ll. I'. -Minereuo
Till', HKV. OPl'Alt LOWItY. who
recently conducted n revival meet In
at the Klrat I'resbylerlan . hur. h.
will preach nest Kunilay at both
morning ami nvenlni serxlcea at the
the Community Jreahyterlnn chun h,
Snnil Springs. (
T1IK K. A. C CM It "f h' V W.
(' A., will meat at the home of .Mrs.
Charles tlrlmea tonight for a "Pl'
evening. Thl. will take the I .tare
of the reg-ulnr meeting of the rnib.
THIS HIJeirt.AH .MONTHI.Y bPiard
maetlng of tne rrm " "''
home waa held al the . V A .
Wednesday morning nt which time
plana for their annual lag day. April
IP), were discussed
W. J. HOVAIRU. of the lloialrl
Hupply company of Independence.
Kan . wa in town on business yes
terday with lra. Hovahd an. M -T.
IS. Wanataff. wlfo of an Indeppn
J. M. WOI.kTThI). oil oprraiot
from Chanute. Kan , is m lul-a i'ii
week on tmalness.
.!. M. HKHUY. lie pie "id. t t '
the Central Nnlb.nul bank, i- m H
l,ouls on a vacunon inp.
ON IS OK this uvrr. il I "ll" "'
Tuls t s modern shops H I but '
Tulsa Hleelrlc Hhis' Hrpnlr (,. i"
221 Houth lloston ae. It has an
plevaled workshop, eliminating now.'
and confusion, leaving I bp low.
"loir I., the caw and "ve'7;;
f patrons. The manager. Mr. Hut i s.
savs he intends making It Hip l'"l
eiulpied In tho state.
I)IVOm"r! I-OTITION was filed in
dlsltict colli I .eslcrtbiy bv Hp""
nreeti against Clmrles Oieen.
I'liH' nt Conxcnllou Hall I'imlglil.
p'i, f.ieenwlch Vlllege Kollles who
tonight al Convention hull.
With 20 artist models enticed
from the studios of "lluhemla.' the
show whlAi packed theaters on
Hrnndway le 10.2"' ' exjieeded to ilay
a full hoiu'e In Tulsa. In 11 seems
the show Is a succession of inlinlriv,
comedy, lipwltchlng danres, Plabomtn
(age plclurca mid h monater fiiHh
The onteiialnmpnt moves In onp
vast" imnnioinn and with Ua new
music and songs, new scenery nml I Its
"dlfferencP" the Jilay can be safely
hei .ibled us one of Hip best which
has visited Tulsa. II shows in no
other i it y In Oklahoma.
rnpald telepbono bllH for Apr 11
nrn past due. If not paid by a p in.
of Hip 15th. service will lie illMcun-
A. L. WAIT
109 SOUTH B04ULDEK
112 S. Main St.
.mo ii: (Titi:ssi;.s ami
Tin. ih il Mit
Did It cer on ur to nu that pvpry
ni.,le ai tress Ou have mi n lias
bel hair, while the most popular
...lint their curls aa their ihlef
l imtj '.' In fact, ninny nro lending
l.ulie's Just hoeuiiNP of their attrae -me
looks, lmiuiry among them dls
e loses tho fai t that they bring out
all tho natural beauty of their hair
by careful shampooing, not with any
snap or makeshift, but with u Him
' lop or tup iwaii. Alter us uae. tne
hair dries rapidly with uniform
mint. O.indi uff. ei. ess oil and lirt
ai. diinlveil and iiillniv dlsappeiir.
Tin- hali Is so fluffy thut it b.oki
mu h In .vli- than it Is. Us IuhIpi-
and s- fin.i- me l lighlfiil. Advl
People Notice It. Drive Them
Oft witli Dr. Edwards'
A pimply face will not emliarrais you
much longer if you r,et a padntRc of
I)r lidwarda' Olive Tablets. The tkin
rhould lcnin (o dear after you have
taken the tablets a few niRhU.
Cleanse the bloeyJ. bowels and liver
v.ith Ur. Inwards' Olive Tablet, the
successful sulwtitute for calomel; there's
no sickness or pain after taking them.
Dr. Iidwards' Olive Tablets do that
which calomel docs, and just as effec
' uvely, but their action is Etntlc and
i safe instead of revere and inhaling.
no cnu wnej uikcs vuvc lauiei is
ever cursed with a "dark brown taste,"
a bad breath, a dull, listless. "noEOod"
fftling, constipation, torpid liver, bad
di-rxxitioii or pimply face.
Ouve Tablets arc a jiurcJy vegetable
compound mixed witlj oUveoil: you will
know them by their olive tdlor.
Dr. hdwarris spent ycar3 among pa
tients afflicted with liver and bowel
complaints, and Olive Tablets arc the
immensely effective result Take one or
two nightly for a week bee how much
Utter jvu fl and Iwk, Ijc and 00c.
Elks IahUjv Honors
lasl ICxitKcd Hitlers
l.lfe tiipmbirshiio in tin IiiUi
Niks' lodge welc glM'ii to inn. pa t
exalted Mil. 'is al a inc. iim: In ll
Toi'Silin lilKllt v The in. nil" i ' i
Whom tills . iiM'ted Inn. .'I w i- m
ferrid wimp John l' Mil. tut! I
Woodfot.l, l'uni M liHllnw . O l
llootlr. .V I-. H.llllllll I I, "i i- I
Munii'P. Itnus II ItiiM.iiin l.i v
Walker and Wtllism 1 Wist I "n
other four life tnembi i ships n b. Id 1
bv the ITIembeis nf the . mil n. n i 1
who b hii'' haig.' "I lb.' Ii.-in.
SUICIDE END OF ROMANCE
.ShIIoi-I'ocI' Wife Mil- llcn-cif
When Mil Mil. on .Man Inge.
CIIIC'AOO. Ali il I', l. v P.
Wiillace. sallni pint an I ..nti.il
figure In a iihiiiiih i tli.i' line
stilled certain I'lubnl. t tdi i . n I.'
passed through I in. in., t, .l.n e.n lu
ll n i at 1 1 ii if i i
iM.li. of V W . . . ii
mlllli'tlSll c Illlllnif.K ill '
ilelpln i comtiii' i. 'I i
M It t.i
I r. I.i
I . 1 . i
J. .tin is:, mi Ap' il :
AiiUiB.mi' in I. i . I i i
I II II I I I I L1 W'l Il Willi '
liiiv i' pi ,,iopi , d In . . W
; Mm W ii 1 1 . i I
Cross the bruise lo bij;
lcr pixy by loolting your
CLIPSON'S O. -1600
I . T v'taj .. Sm wit, rl .JlVhI" 1. 7
. tf:v Ii:;;:
r Iters -IsfiXfM
Men say one of -em ' ''mJw WM 'f WWA
will tell you that MmtzMfflffi.i E TMM i MfMT
Famn, i, ..the big yMPMWy r A W'w . W& &w$mWw '
moke." Madeof F.Wf SPi?' Mlicl,
the fmc.t tohaccoi, .f ff f . WoU.
perfectly blended. ' " ''ffib
TWENTY for f3' 6
3 -but taste the
, . difference!
! J Liggett &: Mvers Tobacco Co. Jj j
The Tulsa Street Railway Co.
Resumption of Through Cur Service
on Main Street
Buy Metal Checks
Four for 25c
Our leRulitr patrons will save 12 on llieir car fare by buyinK inctnl checks at
ti'.i cents each, in lots nf four for 2fic. This equals three times the interest on
your money in snviti;a account and you don't' have to dcpusil it a year to earn the
Tulsa -Street Railway Company