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Tt'LSV DAILY WORLD, 'IT KM) AY, M Y 17,
BRITAIN NOT TO
fo Treaty Could Make
Kn'.'l.md Kise Against
CRISIS MAY OCCUR YET
pr j C'inscioiicc Soro at
f inrmancc in Steal of
M.i) If'- f'01"'1 Charn
. ' is 1, i-turrd Ill tho United
1 U'i I" looked upon an n
,,f Amnrlrnii affairs
, . f Lincoln linn writ
, i'i,itlj!,itt(n of United
v , . Pii' i In relations with
. . r i fi. problems. Ills
11 , . I In the 1M11 Mull nnd
' s in it" ln n government
j -1 with other nattnnn,
.-i'.i nt who inn work
. ' . i . ruins of the na-
' I'n 1 tent llarilltii? his
j. i , of ,-t sensible man.'
i , . . i f t his rcadilie'M tn
. . with the wisest he .tIm
i , v Mian fur nny sub. 1
. . ' "j wire-pullers. His In I
i ! i i ti'lln ns little vn p
I . , 'I Wales N stilt mu. h
( rut mgh'tnciit In the af
V w hi l.l. hut also a-pli'o
i 1, innr.ihlo imrt. It In
i ,mt that ho prcsldcm j
before affirmed very
i iy t tn- neecusity ' rinse
I ucru tho uneuwi
j M.!' S.
h i two years lnfl'iencri
f..r trouble have gained
I but thrro Is nno point
i i inn of hlrh MB iln
iinil ourselves: In tin
lit! ,il lire or America tin
i iir min) erlirts may oc
1 h influences Impossible
pn vail: yet nil the while
miintry (not even our
lil. h the mass nf IiilMl.
i I. t. ...re mno ami honorahle.
Ahull ill tt sane and honorable
ii i i r. steadily haa Its vu
1 v. In do.
i in a. 'Hon In regard to the
' rations should no longer
x n If we olwrvn tint, wlltl"
n t u il-nn p'ivo hut reluctant
t; t" a nation wishing to act
in Mi" lute war, ho overrated
' i Hi it iiaiion'd readiness to
a cent t s. ' "f permanent offlco'as
ahrl ri" r in the iuarrels of peoples
,iv American rrltles may
t, Numb rMand tho principles
I ii- n perversely. Hut the
i e iM .iis Is to us a slrnpll-
lnt 'i "f u t. matlonal problem! In
"hi long been Involved;
j i Hum It Is a sudden and
ii plungo Into nulto new
i' 1. Further, If wo study
'... l"t. matlonal questions
! I int. T' st Americano" before
i. "r the peculiar effect of
tnutlun on foreign policy,
..r, mure than one reason
"i t a s approach to the
i w ti. i.niilous. After nil.
h Charley Going Jo I VedJ lay?
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!LIQU0R PILES UP
ON THE POLICE
No Warehouse to Store
i the Whisky They Have
HHNVKI5, M.iv 11 I slim-Hie iiue
whwkv everywhere, lint not a ill op
in drink pnlnis n p,irathrHi plrture
..f every police slnlhin In New Yurh
It linn been thus slnei' the recent
..i when the pnlli'o department set
nt to help the federal government
iniike the it spots In the metropolis
. i.it urate. YlRih of the ! l.ooo lilue
. .Lit Is a pMhlhillon entoreement
..ffli it Instriieteil n Rather elileni'e
.iKiinst Volntead i(et xtolalor
The no forth fl.illy to gather It -in
buttles, In flnsl,.. to rasi'ii, tn
M'cs and even In ban ids. put lucre
i no wsrehouse In Willi h to store
ihe llniior until th day hen it Ih
li'i'iight Into court. So the lieuten
ant nt each police slid Ion In Kiiiinl
i.in over the Hlork ncrumul.tlitiK In
his prei Inet.
Many of the ntntlnn were looking
like Ill-kept miliums n few das after
the police begun mopping up the
xi.ts where spirits Wire split. Ilot
tliii were hid In ilenk dn.Mers, lie
liln.l i iillat.'ui and muter oer of
blankets In unused, corneni. Maeh
day the llelllen.int chirked up tile
it.ii k on his art'linl nnd ugiiln on
departure from diitv Sunn the city
hopes to ati.iuit'' fr a sloi i'Iioiikm
The citv chemist win i ven h.udi'i
i. I,,. I. .1. ) . , . ji I ,
Ii i; n uM i.o fm ni'in . 'i.m I h
flnilK in I tie Sll'i IlllCllir the s'll'f 111 I'
iniik iliphsms nre inadi nf. it 11
l.iln li il "i lldelire" and llWilltli i nun
,i. tinn Moremer, the eheinlMt nmi
i:.. to court ullh I he llillor and fin
lu ..ffli lal tisiimony as i" Ii i pu
ll in .
This kind nf actuily rerjulred ninst
of his bUM.ness horns een m.i'Ubs
ago when he h.i ! to nnal- nnl
narcotic and other suspected ''Ol
sons scKed by city employe liut
us soon as the mute prohllit.lntl law
bi'cnnui effeitle, this .iff let it Has
ili'lugi'it with new Jobsi
Hurltig the fust week'ii drive
against liootleggerH Ills offlie be
came one of the tni-icut lctf In
the city. licleriUei and unlfornied
pottt'. followed one another thru mil
the door with ssliiples of the el
lires. linttlen piled up evei y hei..
The emploe who lubels and num
Ihth alt i iintaliiers brought Into the
office telephoned his wife (hut he
would not lie home for dinner. A
statistician csilniiiinl that the
chemist could not finish the Job be
fore him until Is.le, utilcm given
more assistants. The chemlwt then
culled up his family Hint told them
not to Innk fur hlii appearance at
home before full.
'IViu'licn. In I llllcrlaln.
Of f li i rs and te.n hers of the
Cradle Itrtll ilep.irlini nt of the Flint
Presbytia tun chiiiih will entertain
the nun hers and i hlldreti connect-
I'll Willi the depultllli'llt WcillH'MiluV
afternoon In the chun Ii parlors.
The children In the itep.iituii III am
utitlei foui ve.irs of'uKe.
BANKER AND SON
Warrants Issued for Pres
ident and Cashier of
M.i ATI'lt. Ill . Muv If. War
rants weie Isitn d tnilm f..i Ihe ur
rest of M T tjulrk. presldeiu and his
son, John S. Juli k , rnshlir of the
Areola plale bank, follow lug closinn
of Ihe bunk this morning by stale
bank evaniini rs. A shoiluge'tnlul
liii 1 inn, mm in said to exist in the
at counts of the two qultki.
The slate hanking department was
ailed into lake i.ier the bank's
affairs when T R. Lyons, a dtre.tur
and lice president demanded an In
vestigation of the blink's resources
It was then lenrniil that the bank's
affairs had become Involved with
Ihe pniili speeulullons of the, father
Unth ijutiks. It was announced,
hale turned mer their personal and
private properly to the hank. This
totals 1 1 mi noil.
At a meeting of stockholders, It
was slated ihe bank would be re
ntganlited. It has deposits nf 1.
1 I'll, linn
,i' i. ii
i -I t-ilt bj
, I'u-I.il Men lionilj to Shunt
I hr"i ml 'n I ln. Wm l.l
I I'll 1 1 1 ; H. May 1 In conform
Illy with the national plan of the
! pnstofrii e department lo guutd
, against possible roldieiy of ihc'
( mall, all lif.ile empliiv ns ol the I
I IMcher pontiiffice hiiMi lieeu sup-I
MMtltlSiii: l.ll'KNSKH iMKilid
M.niil'i! I.lol.l Cl.llk Kllllltn.in, .11
mil S..p!n U tli'ott. :i. SI. Imls,
Si, mm 1 l)n, il, and I.ll
Irwin, IB. Iimhiuii; It. I". Hcur
botongh. :'T, anil Mary Wltiaeii, ii,
iiklahniiiii Oitj, R H. Hhellenbetgcr,
', nnd Kihel May Parish, Is,
Itlxhi , Thminis Wall 3 . and (Irace
Ward. 19, llallel, Tony Plaglkls, S,
and Klhel Itain, ;s. TuI.ni.
IMVOIIC'M I'KTlTtoNrt filed
.Monday In dlHltlel collit: lleiUflcO
Curran again.! Henry I'urran; nru
Kthel McMiMer ngnlnst Knil Slr
Allsler, Kith T Powell against
tjennard Powell, l.orralim Klalne
against T. J I'.l.utie, Thotiuis I.
Hiewntcr iigalti'd IMnu ft. Ilrewler.
C'l.AItKNt'i: II not'OLAR tnan-
aglng d mi of the chamber of
comnieri e, who has been seriously
ill at his home fm' tho past week,
was nhle to he nt his office for n
few hours Monday.
A. K IIHAHMHAW, vice president
of the 1'li'ft National bank, la e
peeled to iclitrn home tomorrow
from Hun Antonio, where he has
been with his wife, who la In the
south for her health
V TUP. ItuAltli ul'" directors of thn
? W t" A will hold their regular
meeting nt in ii i lm h Tuesday
inoi nlng in the ussoel ition building
Chicago Political Hoss U
Laid to Host During
Truce in Fued
t'tllfA(lt), Alnv H.Anthonv I)'
Amlreati, political ctnr nf C'hb ugn's
"Idondv" nineteenth ward, n
burled today III his full dress suit.
H'Andrias was shot, to death In a
polttlca' fned by" "killers" armed
with aawed-off aholgiins lat Ins'.
Tuesday night, Thousands of pnllti
t n I adherents attended the funeral.
A truce was declared by both fa.
Hon In the "shotgun feud" whlln
H'Aiulreau's body was carried
thiough the street.
I'rowdn, estimated nt I.'.finn
blocked all thoroughfares near his
home nnd police reaerves hsd to bnt
tte tn open a passageway for thn
Heenes, rivaling the funeral rltrt
of the far eaat marked the eienl.
Women walling aloud and men
openly chanting prayerM vied with
three brass bands. The cortege, after
it left the house, rode over a pat!.
wav of loses, more than JS.dtlfl worth
being scattered on the streeta.
fS&9$0 J""ivw Jluw. Jlt Jlrtv Jlktw S-4vv,wi"L.Bj
GOT $3 FOR HIS
, il iili . r I. iniling Js Hie objoct,
i " i. igue is nut machinery.
1..'' while our Interest turns
t ,' I.1, inn of Kurope and tho near
i l. h Americans cannot fol.oiv,
'' ' ''' ' 'i 'ii Is often nlvcn 'o proh-
- i '. tlv p.i. if lc ocean of which
" ' iv Pi I'lishmeu have already
' ml He danger In which America
i ii'.'Hii t from (iermany dawned
lileti! upon AmerlcaiiH, If, ln-
I II i . I dawned on most nf
in. .md . suddenly passed tiway.
A d.mi;er fiorn Japan had been ap
piren: loop hefnri- the war. and
'i o ih- war h.m rapidly loomed
Tho Jnpmiio liavo been our nl
"") In th. wir and have served the
lufi- w. p. a,,, w-e aro loyal nllles.
" n.nn i , parties, too to a trano
o'Unn about shantung which shocks
Atnerlian ..pinion, and would very
likely eh .cl, ur own If wo lmew
Quito whit wo had doi Av'hen,
c, r im bars In Amarlca tell
'loir pr ,, tn:lt j:nKlan,i ls Iiro.
f, "'"S, ' uttaik them In concert
lili Japan, the crodulous hearing
iPr y r""vp N not nltoptethcr
Monil.Tru. Nw 10 (jimstlou of
Japan, uith Iih irrowlng population
"' Inevualil.. ambitions, ho Inter
witiB to America. BO remoto from
M. a t ful.j, , t of ,l(.ut0 feai. t0 Al)3.
. nni N"w Z,,'tl''l. Thero
XrSl a lluty t0 0,0 dominions
nich haie so hoard us In our need,
f,n7i. . a nrc""'nary to nny close
JJ'rUTM ,nK with Americi. wo
th , ur 'J1' our mIr"lH ab(""
iiiPi .b,'m ot tho I'aoine. Tho
JiUl int, reMs 0f tho dominions nro
"oSMauUr ow": nntl 110 I'ersuafllon
arms n,1Ur our p00Pl0 t0 r'so
Vt L F , Amerlen. for tho u.iko
IS1, ''r,', This In certain. It
"f-ouw bo loudly declared."
Eastern Ilimncss Man
Opens Music House Here
"Mho '.'ri? ' "nonl"K last evening
Main Vr- , Sh?pp. nt B1S Ko,,tn
or; 5; r '''eh elasa Vlctrola nnd roc
o 'l i in 7'Jla'1' T''nos J. i;dSar,
irir.4',ll, ph"1 an(l -Nw York, tho
me. . .' M"'1 ""inagcr. has been
sat' 1 m tnis lilislnr.uo In 11, l."...
" aui , , vi'iv' iini i '"o jicw sioi-o
" .V wooiiwork, nn Indirect
sterri liml llin lr.
. ..... mu-oi HJli-
v '11 111! -lirnnf , I n .1....
. '.' i'iuill.11
luge crowd attended tho
' Mil. i lowers and sou
Collins nnd rlurllo (1inilln,
lin-o names luiM) been linked b)
.OS AXHKMS, May IH. Charlie
apliti Is Kolng to Inarch to tho
tune of Lohengrin unco more, nc
i Hi lling to all reports. That Is. oc-
ording to all reports aavn Charlie's
mil Miss May Collins, the lady In
THRFi- THOI IAIVin i '"'ifirm tho reportsBi'liey persist in
1 1 1 1 I I I II VJUvjni U I lunching, dining, walking and at
tending social affairs together, 'llie
camera has caught thorn togetnor
iievoral times and both always look
May Collins Is a pretty little
brown-li ilred miss -whoso n recti
career follows a successful stago
career. Sim w.ih tecently made
hading woman In Ooblwyn pictures
and her recent work lias ueen very
hiirhlv nraihod. Dun to tho rumored
romance, it is said, Miss Collins'
new picture has been changed to
"All's Talr In l,ovo."
Mlldrod Harris and Charlto Chap
lin worn hut recently divorced nnd
rumor has nlrcndy . coupled her
namo with that ot Jack I'ickfonff
'""i'n .- ',
'Ur- a u v
"I"'' .Mg 1,1
etllrs '.v, i
p0N2l INDISTMENT HOLDS
(1"s2tt,..nTI."r ,M,t""" 1 Quasi.
I".- V - ,.Xsnlnst "I'lniincler."
' N Van 1fi l.ir. i"
,,, , ' " 'perlor criminal court
'in.. i, ' v,rr,r,d all motions to
ih.. ... , '- Indictments filed hv
'Hf a ,'"'" Charles 1'onn and
c m ', ' h,lr8'nB consplra.v t0
v..r rL '"-f'-nv. Tho court, how-
i .n iX, "'H,' "n 10 c..unts
''onw with K'.mcnt wlllrh 'hpH
fart i .',nfir "'"'"'ssory after 'he
nle"h'i' Jn n"0Kp large lar
'niiar,.. asalnst tho other dc
Old "Charity Swindle"
Mulcts Denver Man of
NKW YOI'.IC, May 1 . Whlskv,
old "charity came," In which money
placed in a box Is "switched" on tho
victim, mvlndlcrs hero secured 3,000
hla life's savings, from Valentino
Zaiicaniillo, Denver restaurant cm-
Heccntly a fellow countryman
from Hungary met Xancanolln.
Thoy talked ot tho "old country"
and of sights familiar to both as
children. Valentino Invited his new
found "friend" to his homo tuid
learned that tho "friend" was In
business and realizing oxc client
profits from his f i it it stand ln tho
downtown section. As tho friend
ship bcrnme moro firmly cemented
tho friend asked Valentino It he
would not like to become a part
ner ln tho business.
It was a gront opportunity,
thoucht Valentino, nnd arrange
ments were soon made tn form the
partnership. After drawing his
J ,1,000 from the bank Valentino and
his prospective partner started for
tho fruit fitand.
Kn route thn pair were arrested
by a stranger, nnothcr compatriot
from Hungary, who Inquired the lo
cation of "thn cathedral." lie was
given tho Information, but before
parting made remarks that highly
"I am going to die." said the'
stranger. "Mj' lunps aro gone 1
wnnt lo seo a priest, for I have
$100,000 to lonvo behind me and I
want it in safe hands I want Uj.
distributed for chatlty." .
A Caw of Sjmpalliy. '
Tho "nlranRcr's'' apparent sin- '
cerlty nrousod Valentino's simi .itbi
and at his suggction all thn wnt
to tho cathedral. Tho "htiatu-" '
failed to find the particular 1" ! '
ho was looking' for, being tol I. le
Bald, that tho iirtcst had d ed
Tho "stranger" manifested rrrai
sorrow: ho must havo "onv ' 1
caro for hl wealth after h- wis
gono; perhaps the two kind loim
trymen wero acquainted wl'h sam
onn who had several thousand dol
lars and who was capable of a.lim-'
as a trustee for the "straim r n
"Ah ves," said the unsuspecting
V.ilent'tlio. He and his "fin ml'
wort Jiit launching on a husiin'
proposltlon Involving tCOOO 'lie
could tarn fur the larger sum
Tho strntn.er" was well ple.isi d
For their kindness they would re
ceive J10.000 to put in with Uieir
Tito nrrarigoment fairly r.er-
whelmed Valentino with delight. I
The "Strang! , ' disuppi an .i t. m
norarlU low U' ' H" ! " ' -' ' '
r - i r
$10,000 contributed by the generous
Valentino was an honest man, no
doubt, so ho was permitted to be
como custodian of the box until
night. Ho took It homo for safe
keeping. Hounding up the steps of Ills
home, ho gleefully told his wife of
his great 'good fortune.
"t fear you have been swindled,"
said tho wife.
Valentino vehemently )irotrntsd,
declaring that the $11,000 was
safely locked in tho box.
AVhen the "stranger" and his
"friend" failed to appear lato that
night Valentino and hla wlfo opened
There was $3 Inside.
We give a special facial treat
ment for ea.'h condition of tho
021 S. .Main Street; Osage 0220
( . . . I
whether tea and
coffee are hurting
you is to stop us
ing them tor ten
days, and drink
Instant Pos turn
"View's a Reason"
l'L4'uU TcnchiM-i All null
y-K-X131 Mnv IS
IUt' n..r',b" Krhno te.uh. r ,n
rwrji. . hai1 f-Rlcned tonight ns n
"o rZt , "f "-UHtecs 'bat
M!)fp,,capVcent:t elr ,V0U'J bC
for tin t m , g;
the $3 ooo r
Sciitvithucli's priilr themselves not on seeiriff
htnv much the public will pa but on sctlinf
liillh inule (tppmel cheaper than it am be.
huutlil elsewhere. Just how consistciHi ive
bare done this in the pitst is a well established
fact. A a.nslant watch for ever brack in n
fast chniwini mar het, tilwaps huuinn at low
ebb and operalini; on a vera narrow margin
of profit, made possible only bp doinf a tre
mendous volume, of business, is the answer
to "How Do Thep Do It?", which we have
heard many times.
$7.95 and $8.95
We consider the witists we
offer in this sale the best at
the price we have ever of
fered taken as a whole
and every woman in TulAu
will readily realize that the
vidues must be phenomenal.
Secured in one of the greatest purchases, this or any other
store in this section lias ever made and to make this sale the
R-reatest in the history ol' the "Blouse Shop of Tulsa," we are
ineuldinff many higher priced waists from regular stock.
Included are good qualities of Mignonettes Trie.'
alettes Crepe de Chines llabutai Silks Crisp Or
gandies, Ileal Handmade Ilatiste Itlouses and scores
of models in Ccorgctlcs,
Featuring new fringes, new braidings, new em
broideries, new hand drawn work and hemstitching.
And new frill models.
. .The shades and lupes include, those for all sfwrl,
street or dress occasions, in newer high shades as
well as bisque, flesh and white.
A comparison of the waist values offered in this sale, will not
only convince you of our supremacy in value-giving, hut make
you more satisfied with your purchase. We thrive on comparison.
ACME TRANSFER PHONE CEDAR 338
We Move LverythinK
Household Goods, Machinery, Etc.
Connected With A'o Other Establishment in the World