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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1922
TTTrini in TD A I M I IIT DEPOSED TURKS bers of tho cabinet of former Pre mier Damnd Fend Pasha, whom It accuses of being anglo.phyle. Had! Pasha, who with lllza Tew flk Hey signed tho Sevres treaty hns jeft Constantinople for Hwltzcrland, which also Is the refuge of Damand Fcrld Pasha. Nono of the Turkish signers of tho Sevres treaty con demned by tho nationalists Is now within tho Jurisdiction of the Angora government. Tho treaty of Sevres was tho first Turkish peare treaty with tho allies and by It the nationalists claims were Ignored. Thrace and parts of Asia Minor being given to (ireece KIDNAPER O A flTI inrrv I and the court hlit riven her Into ease ati nnnn cd flint he tvntiM mnkn Car .Shortage Still Pi ll. tVABHINOTON. Oct. 31-Difficulties in handling tho Increased freight traffic on tho railroads of tho country hnvo become nn Iinpori ant factor In tlio current Industrial situation, nceordlng to tho summary of geneial business and flnamt.I conditions Tor October Issued to night by the federal oservo bnnk. Ml jtY I UltQU I their rust ily Young Wnrlb k Ills itt-i l-loti Liter. jieared unannounred at his paretils' homo aiimit n week ago nnd Is al leged tn have taken thn child bv fone. Ills father offered a reward of Jfioo for his arrest and the return of tho child. BY EXPRESS, 3 DIE Southern Pacific Limited Running Late Smashes Wortnam Special SLEEPERS SPLINTERED Occupants Hurled From Beds 0 as Engine Tears Through Pair of Pullmans Tlio in so Bg.iln.t Yelmnn Is one of nrwinl suits filed by I lie school bunrd against ward school Janitors wbn refuse to vainte tho houses fur nished them by the school hoard on the grounds that they havn been hired for another year. Tho Janitors rlaim that thn notices of discharge were Illegal and that agents of the board of education hnvo ratified their continued employment. The other Janitors, who riy they will abide by the decision In the Yetman easo aro Charhs I'mlth, II. (I. ItloKabauglit. Harry P. Urwln. duy I.lnlon and Charles Crtws. TO DISORDER lNirnirr Joncis, ()lbi., Man Who Took Ills t'lillil (Miight III fiilirornlii. OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 31 --t.es. ter Wnrllck, ehaiged with abducting Ills H-year-old daughter Irom the ttoftio of her genndparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. (I Waiiuk of Jones, near here, has been apprehended at To mons, Oil,, nccordlug to a messsge received today by tnirtlff lieu llancy. Datuy said that a deputy from his office would Itfaio at nin'n with tho elder Warllrk to bung young Wnr llck and the child h-re. The glil was adopted when but a few months old by her ginndparenis after Wnrlli k and bis wife sepuniled Awtbll Signers of Sevres Pact nsjn, Knots ANNOUNCE DECISION LATER Sentenced to Death by Nationalists A Smart Dress for tlio Kmart Mis Hcunrit for Hank Itohhrrt. OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 31 - A icward of $600 for tho arrest and conviction of Paeh of tho four men who robbed thn Security Nation tl Imnk of Dewey recently was offen d today by Oov J. 11. A. Hobcrt son. Tho offer Is effrcttvo for months. l-'emlnlno youth generally demands modish nd up-to-tho-moment clothes, while tho mother of that clinnii Janitor Cnso Wot llmnl br JllMll'O TllOIMIMMI TiicfhIh)'. Pinal decision In the case of forc ible entry and detainer, filed by ths city school board against Allen Vet mnn, former Janitor nt tint Jefferson si-himl, will bo given my Justice J. T. Thompson who at the coii'luston of long argument bv rounsel In the young porson demands practical ones CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 31. mat uo not necessitate loo mucn ex pense of time or money. In -this attrncllvo stvlo shown, which ex ploits tho drop shoulder and flare iilcove, both may be pleased, for If Tho Turkish nationalist government at Angora has passed sentence, of This pact Is to bo supplanted by the new treaty to bo negotiated at I-nusnunc. death upon tho Turkish signatories A drowning a straw." so man will will grasp nt i thirsty man. o t the Sevres t reat y ami the mem- r NBW OIILKAN8. Oct. 3 1. Three dead, four sorlously Injured anil two nllichtly hurt Is tho toll of a wreck today near Adeline, La., 103 miles west of horc, when tho .Southern I-aclflc feunsct express, crashed Into tie renr end of tho Wortnam Carnl vtl show train. Tlio dead arc: William Jonos, cliaracter actor In a sideshow. Omnr Jones, assistant manager of the shows. II. L. Motcnlf, traffic manager. Tho seriously Injured who were taken to tho l'attcrson, La., s.nilta- -lum, am: Mrs. Julian Jones. Mrs. V. Mur phy, both with broken ribs and bruises; Charley Klohr, rook, broken ribs; l"red Miller, badly bruised. All will recover. Tim bodies of the dead were sent to rranklln, I-)., to await Instruc tions from relatives, Ilallroad officials hern stated that the carnival train passed Ilalduln, threo miles east of Adeline, at 3:03 a. m., and tho Sunset express, run ning late, at 3:1.1 and that tho acci dent was probably due to tho ex press endeavoring to recover lost time. Tho locomotive of tho express train plowed through two of tho sleepers on tho rear end of tho car nival train beforo It was stopped. The sleeping performers were hurled from their berths as tho Pullman -Vmrst open from tho compact. He Hef and wrecking trains were hur ried to the scene of tho accident. SPEEDERS" 7FCRASH Cloud of l)tlt ClUM Olio lt.U'lng Auto to Lriuc lto:'.d mid Co Into Ditch rmir Hurt. Si, !! to Tin. Wnrlil. KKIATOOK. Oct. 31 four Skin took peoplo received severo Inlurlos In a thrilling auto n'-eldcnt when a speeding Cadillac driven by Neal l.i nil tt plunged Into a 15-foot creek one mile east or Here. Tho accident was tho result of a raco between Cadillacs driven bv Harvey Hulls of Colllnsvlllo and Neal Dennett of Sklatook. As the Sklatook peoplo wero going east nut of town, Dutts pulled up behind them. hnvlriL- lust returned from Tulsa. After crossing tho nird creek bridge, Hutts attempted to par.s tne Dennett car. A raco for half a mile resulted In Hutts pulling In ahead of the Dennett enr, leaving n cloud of dust In his wake. Dennett could not fee, tho rond and pulled his car pff the highway, landing In tho bed of th creek, 15 feet below the bridge Tho car landed on Its nose, turn ing over on Its top, George Dynum, one of tho occupants, leaped from the car as It started on Us descent and received sitnc tievero scratches about his face, but was able upon landing to open tho inr doors and permit thd other occupants tn get out from under. Mrs. Dennett re ceived a broken nose. cvcro cits on her face nnd body hiulseg. Mr. Dennett suffered n deen gash above his left eye. Paul Neal wixs Injured In his left limb and right knee. A ruined radiator anil top were the extent of tho smash-up of tho car. SCOVKIil, TALKS TO STI.'nHXTS Nephew of Mialicspcrlnii Actor Is Merc to ;lie it Itcrlml. How the pet dog of S.r Henry Irving, great Shnkesperlan actor al most ruined a production of "Mac beth" onco was Interestingly related by n nephew of tho actor, Denjamln firovcll, to high school Juniors id '.nlors Tuesday morning. Fcotell told how Irving was forced to ex temporlzo freely when Iho bend of Slacdtiff failed to appear at a criti cal point In the drama as per schedule, i ml how at tho end of tho act tho head was found beneath 'tho paws of Irvlng's dog. High school freshmen nnd soph mnres will hear of humorous and thrilling Incidents in tho great actor's llfii today from Scovell. Kcovell will give a Khakesperlan re cital in (Trinity Hplscopal assembly hall Thursday night, reading selec tions from "Tho Merchant of Venlco". "Henry VIII," "Illihard III" anil "Julius Censar." Tickets are being sold by St Trsula's rulld. TAKE SALTS TO i FLUSH KIDNEYS A Eat less meat if you feel Backachy or have Bladder trouble made of serge at SO cents per yard. It would only cost about J1.S0, thus saving about $5.00. Tho pattern No. 1671 cuts In sizes G. fi. 10. 12 and II yearn Slro s re nulres 2', i yards 3G-lnch mutcrlnl 1'rleo 15 cents, stamps or coin (coin preferred-. 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Too much meat may form uric "tld, which excites nnd overworks the kidneys In their efforts to filter U from tho system. Dig meat enters Mn flush tho kidneys occasionally to relievo them like they relievo the bowels, removing nil tho acids, waste and poison, else they may feel " dull misery In tho kidney region, sharp pains In tho back or sick ncailacho, dizziness, tho stomach ikours, tongue Is coated nnd when Ahe wenther Is bad they have rheu matic twinges. The urlno Is cloudy, full of sediment; tho chnnncls often Ket Irritated, obliging one to get up two or three times during the night. To help neutralize these Irritating "ds and flush oft tho body's urinous waste get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a tablospoon In a glass of :,- iieioro nreautast ror a lew navs and your kldnevs mav thon act jlne and bladder disorders ill ra li near. 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