The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 227, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 11, 1920 Page: 2 of 18
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TULSA DAILY WOULD TUESDAY MAY 11 11)20
REED AND BRYAN
Former Says Stand Ts
Sure Token of Demo-
i .iiifli i!lim of the incu without
1 1 rv nt lonii or amendments unit who
mm. IMl the wiryinK pupuUr wlti'l.
emlTine ttii so tolled l.oilu reirt
nt !rnn which I My denounced for no
Inn h 1 1 in r-.
.tAt'KKO.NVIf.U: fill My I"
I'realdent Wlteon linn been denied
' Information Mntliil to 1111ml Jinlic-
I men! ami ssfn Iwuleriihlp" W. .1.
Ilium snld here today in (i ittnto-
mcnl on Mr Wilton's 1 1 to the
i tlriiirirrHtif puny to tarry the flRht
for ratification of tut' trtwtv or ver-
JOHNSON HAS RESPECT; n h "rM"1nU" m'
'The luirtv fouifhl for rutlfWutlon
without leservstlon n lonn n there
va hope of mirh union." lie mild
iini) thai laaur uow mhh whether the
nVmocrHttr party believes In the
fnmlamenlnl principle of democracy
namely the right of tho majority
lo rule" I In uriind imiiicdlftie rm-
Iflffillon with such nmendmcnls us
inlatit be nereaaarv to Hiromplluli
Says CoiiniHtcncy ('an Mo
1'rniHod hut Hnpn Thoe
With ChanRoahlo Mind.
WASHINGTON Mjiv lf).--l'rel-
rletlt Wilson's rail to the. democratic? i(nt purpose in order lo pike lh
IMirty to (arry the treaty ratification 1 ien?n of nations Isme "om of the
(Mile Into ihe it pit lit ii drew ept lumpsum anil apeak pence to war
lnn toilay from two member 'f '''a distrrtned Hurope '
own nnriy. tnunm .i. nrynn nnu "HroHrn Mown in nennn v me
Senator Until of Missouri ami alao
from Ketmtnr .lohnaon of Califor
nia lender of the. republican Irrouon
ctlnulr wroup In the wnaie
welRht of cures ami anxieties mull
aa have fnllen to no oilier oinipun!
of that li tat I) of fife. Ihe chief execu-
treiitVithe ho hecn ilenleil the Inforiiiuilon
eeaenllal to tnunil Jnilmenl unii mir
Senator Iteail. In u statement del leadership." Mr Hiynn an in
eltirtl that aiirh a platform would' "'.nTimi
mean for the democrats the na of LANE URGES OIL ACTION
every Mute north of Ihe Maaon ami
nixmi line mill the bti-aklrm ot ihn w...n.iv Adtccni.-. lie.
ma; sot: irw:
the president's consistent advocacy WAHIUNOTON May 10 - 1WI-
of unreserved riitlflratlon bin had .. f the oil Industry In Moxlm
wind." ran on men in nun country i"i-
Mr llryiin nt his lintne In I'liirlilu
reaffirmed his dealnrntlcm for Imme
diate tnillioniioit u jiuni iicnim m. . . .. (
inputillpnn mid democratic friend. ijMnt before the
tociiteil aa it "national noioaalty for
llin l.'nlleil Htatea" by former J"ee.
Interior I'Vnnklln Iv-
aenate hiiIi coih-
mlttes lnitlcatlni; Mexlron ufnflra.
"KiirIiiiiiI hna Iomk aeen the power
of oil ami ha reatrleleil lia produc-
tion in llrlilnh territory to aubjerla
"In order lo tnlte the Imua out of
the ciimpnlRti "
Hrnntor .tnlinunn aald he had eon-
aldtently "olipoied the leauue of na-
tlona In It orlKlnal form and I nf oreat llrltalli. ' Ume (old the eotn
ii"- i t"pm Miinin 'mm iiilltee
added : . . ...
o.h?n!l0rir":!i!hinu" uu UNFILLED ORDERS ADVANCE
wm na kooiI im Hie tiro dent ami hlai
inmnreu nt. ' ir) rn t Ion Aiiiiiiimh Minn
imnoolittea InHlaled It
neither amendnieiita nor remirva
If na bad na wo In-
luted neither nmnndnient nor rea-
.(iiim I'ounl nuikt- It Kimd
N'HW VdltK. May 10 The I'nlte.l
Htulia fiteel rorpointlon nnnoilneed
"The president haa rnnaiatnntly loibiy unfilled nrdeia for the month
mnlntnlned lila poalllon and I ran cndlii April 30 totiiled 10.39717
reaped nn udveranry of Unit irnrt tona a kiiiii of iri7.72 tona over tho
Tliono for whom 1 hyvn no. reapeet prtvloua nionlh
In thla content urn tho men who were The total of unfilled orders waa
with Ihe president when they 1 brought up lo the hmheat point alnrn
thoiiKht hla poalllnn wua pnpulji' I AiiRiiat 1!H7 when the unfilled ton.
during tlm dlacuaiilon laat year unci i.iiRe waa H'IkIh iiiore than 10.
who then demiinded Ihn Immedliite 100 000
Swift & Company
Does Not Control Its
Other industries can buy their raw
materials uccording to need or judgment
and sot a selling price. They need
manufacture only what they can sell at
Cotton wool wheat lumber iron
steel and other non-perishables can be
held either by their producers or their
users until needed.
But live stock comes to market every
da7 in fluctuating quantities from scat-
tered sources wholly uncontrolled and
at times without regard to market needs.
An immediate outlet must be found
for the perishable products at whatever
price as only a very smull proportion
can be stored.
No one con foresee or stipulate what
they shall bring; prices must fluctuate
from day to day to insure keeping the
Only the most exacting care of every
detail of distribution enables
Swift & Company to make the small
profit from all sources of a fraction of n
cent per pound necessary for it to con-
tinue to obtain capital and maintain
Swift & Company U. S. A.
PALMER TO FIGHT
FOR HOME STATE
Hncinics in Pennsylvania;
Line Up in Support !
of McAdoo. !
Ilv .1. IIAIIT CAMIMIKI.I. I
(International Newa Hervlia Mlnff.
WAHIIINUTON May 10 A It or -1
ney (lenaral I'almer- prenldentHI
boom la getting rome hard htimpa In I
hla home atale a'rordlnic to report!
received here today (rum I'ennavl-
van la I'almer hlmaelf i oneedia he
will be unable to lommaml i hOlld
l'ennyh anln delegation at the Han
I'Yane'Hi o convention I
William (I. .McAdoo will lie aup-
ported at the I'ennevhunla dire'-'
prl.narv on May II b Paluu r po-
I It Ir-H I foea In thai aiate It Is pre-
dicted and a drhe In txung made
by till lo permiade the deitini rath-
vntaia of the lili. to write In Mc-
Adoo'a name on the ballot
The prealdent'a mm In law in not:
believed to Inn e i uunten.tni ed thla
alroke of Piilioer'x opponenia but It
la auld certain fiieodx of McAdoo
aancllonid tHe appeal n I'ennavl-1
mi til. i ilnnorrijl" to 'ro for him
DOCTOR ADVISED" "
CHANGE OF CLIMATE
Itmi noun nml l.nnaa Hurt
Mujcil Homi' nml (inli cil
"In Nnvmbr IHI. I hail fevfre mil
ami l urtpt" whli h li-fi me with Imd
rnimh My lun unit nhitlit'l'r HIniIn IkiiI I
mi I miililni eltep und I finally li.id li
rhmiKe rllniate In Arrtl. 1117 I lnn
lnkln Mllki Kiniiltlin On the nrrniul bni-
ll I inulil llln" Mv apptle
wan lirtler m nil t i ninntf nmd in iciln
altrnntll nnil O'ldlil Now. (AilKU't 3 1
IOC) I have Hard It holtla. have III
rri-a.nl 31 poiiml. In welaht and liallave
I am laruianently rured ' W I' ll'Hir-
land llniila . Welt I'lly. Taaaa
Mr llourlanil waa (nrtiinata In mm
manrlna In uaa Mllka Kmtilalnn ln lie
illit A rundown ayatein Invllea iliaetaa.
M Ilk litmilalnn cnala licit ll I II IC let Irv
Mlltca llmulllon la n plraaant tllllrKlva
(noil ami a cot rllvn medic Ine It reatorra
liaallhv natural Imwrl anion. dnlnK away
with all need n( I'llla ami ilialia It I'm
inetra Mi(irllla and nulikly iua the ill
Heallve nraalia In aliatia ci naallnllale fonil
Aa a liullilr nf tleah and atrrnath. Mllka
llmulalnn la alrnniily ic-commriulc.l in I ho."
whom aldknraa haa weakened and la a
lnwrfut aid In rralat Inir and rapolrlne Ilia
rtrc-cta n( waallnir dlacaiaa. Chronic alum-
arti trtuibla and ronallpallnn are prompt-
ly ralltvrit -iiaually In una ilay.
Thla la Die cmly aolld rmulalon made
and palatalda Ilia I It la eaten with
aponn ilko Ice ctanm Truly nnd(r(ul
(or wak alrkly chlldran.
Nn matter how aevere your raaa. you
ata urne'l In try Mllka Kmulalnn under
thla auaraiilaa- Taka all liotltea hoina
wllli you ua It aiiorrilur to illrarilona
anil l( not ll.ri.l wiili tha rraulla your
. ..... ulll ... tlu I
lll'ilirj I rit...r. Ill'
(no and II ill rar hoi I If The Mllka I mill
alon I'".. T'rre Haute Irul. Hold by itrut
llaia enerywlicie Artvl
lu h hat been ncnttered broademt
n' i i the tate
Ihn appeal waa a.gned by Munlcl-
'. I Co ml .ludMe i;unene i' Honnl-
yell of Philadelphia long a bitter
political HiitHKonIM of the attorne
The Palmer oruanl.iitlorf on Penn-
aylviuila I aald to be well aupptled
with campnlKM fund. Vnnee i'.
McConnlck of HnrrlabiirK former
democriillf national r Im Ir nn n and
.toneph I" (luffey rf Piltaburuh can.
clliliite for delegate at In run lo Ihe
Hcin I'rnnclaco convention are back
lm ihe Palmer boom hoih miiiion-
alrea "The democratu o"R.in item
aaurec) of vlctor " Pauner Mil in
UticuftilnK Ihe Pennsylvania l'ua-
ton Klxty-nlne of tho 11.1 members
of the atnte will he elected llonnl-
well and hla following cannot win
I f in CoIIcko I'nloii.
Appointment of a committee to
draft rcaolutlona providing for the
msrulfiK of Kemlall colleRe and the
propoacd Melhodtat unlvcralty wua
mdo nt a hireling of roproaenta-
tlvea of Kendall coIIcro and the
Mellioillet unlvcralty commlHaliin
vealerday afternoon The coiumllteo
will preaent the reaolutlona lo the
Mel lioiliat unleiiy commlrtelon at u
riiie'inf i in oeloik W'edneaduy
Oik. Muli ut (uiii'Lb
are Oxfords men like
Men have learned that in the "Palace" Shoo
section they tret more of good shoe value than
is usual nt tho price.
The Oxfords arc satisfactory because painstak-
ing flhocmnkiiiK has koho into them the leather
is carefully chosen the styles of the lasts arc
tho result of close study of tho likes of men
who know how' to dress. The Oxfords all over
arc made to wear and be comfortable.
AVh summer xtilm from Ilanan lianistcr
$9 to $20
In English or bluchcr summer styles tan
black white or the in-between shades.
r iimiiiimunimniiiitn I'imimitiimiiiiiiit iiiliilllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!
jniiiin m linn ui i iiMM m
llllllllllllllllllllllllmllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIMIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllll Iillliilliiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii
g p........... . .1 - y g
I jgm. I
MfflE SHOP OF STYLE AND SERVICE llpMj
11 iROSTOMl ll95 I 1
! DSIIQE SHOlil I 1
I : Upstairs Over Woolworth's
1 1 ! LISTEN l I js
I! men! 2&3 II I' fe Ik
Why pay twelve dollars Tf j 1 1 IgML-
: or even ten $4.95 1
We've got those ten and (fV mo Qrr ll lllll
: twelve dollar Values for Wf'O--3? : HI I ronall nrraalll or rrmo.Ml b i
- Wit 1 V? - z I palnlraa bliHMllraa and proorn auc
b: you to wear but thanks Mlr -V" -. . '- Dr. Arthur Campbell '
- TsJJaFT I Kye K&r Soe and Throat
: to our efficient chain Slk I ' 37 M" "" "M I
4 ' store sellintr oolicv vou NJ'5(:l) : W " i tM
I are not asked to hand s. 3
p : out the full value price! $6.95 3 M
ZL - ''' lrirI brown and hlnck fiun j'i L "T 3
I Metal ralfakln tioodeir Welt anlea. Ih 1 3 I
I lamp toea and alao Kime (Ja qj ( II I' ' V Vo9i Vv i
Myle In wide toes tpDaJO ' kV 3 !
: Dark oonlo brown Kncllnh anil iv5 ' Vvl il 3 I
: round toe oxfonls. Hooil- mi q- Vfcf 31 !
2 : '3 riiiucti Viol kid atralRht laat oV- ' .ftjL ; lfflj I !
; ford (loodyonr welt soles. (JQ QJ ' V i - tj
: widths a to n tj50a7D x.y M ;
SB : 4) tlcRiilatlon V S Army Munition jOgl l
- last The rest ou (Hi Qa " I
I4 : know (JUaJO (1) - Rflj
IBBB ECONOnY EFFICIENCltf
You can see ALL the
new straws here now
npHE real big news about straw hats this season is the
news that prices have NOT advanced. At least that is
true of our straws. Of course you know if you've seen our
windows that styles are smarter better looking more varied
than they've been for many years. New effects in braids
shades shapes bands and trimmings. Things that make these
straw hats ahead of any others in appearance in serviceability
A MONGST the new braids are Swiss Twists Tantuse a
tan color cross weave Fujiyama Namasee Sennit Pine-
apple split and other popular straws. New two-color straws
grays tans and bleached shades with new .ideas in bands.
Yacht styles with narrow stiff or broad soft brims and med-
ium crowns. They're in the windows now.
TpHE latest Panama is the unbleached it won't turn color
under summer suns. We have them as well as the bleached
in new shapes. Soft straws too in crease crown telescope
and other shapes. Fine Milans Leghorns Balibuntals Bang-
koks and many others. Panamas are S up others
$5 $6 $7.50 up
yVa. d a risky
Does pure wholesome
food mean anything to
you? Or does just any-
fl W. llradu St.
Just Around the Corner
In nirtklnp tho new wonder serin!.
"I.iKhtnlne Hryco" Ann Uttlo tho
little star had a narrow wapc from
death In ono of the early episodes
Ann Mttlo was on tho back of a run-
away horse whoso brldlo hail been
removed Tho horse dashes over an
embankment Just as Jack Hoxle
liif-noes It. Ann Little is tnrown rront
the horse'a buck and alights sum" i
distance below with nothlnc more I
ecrlous than a sprained ankle. This
is but one of the many thrilling i
stunts that aro to be seen In "I.lRht-
nine Hryce" which Is comlns to tho
I.vrle Ihenler tthnwlnc Die flrut unci
t-rcond episodes of this western serial
at tho Lyric Wednesday and Thins
day this week. Don't njrlts It Advt
For threo generations women havo boon talking about Stella
Vitac Woman's ltcliot" mouior a orutm. j.uiiuk
othor what Stella Vitao has dono for thorn ond their dangh.
ters and their friends. Any woman may try Stella Vitae on
the positivo pnaranteo that if tho irs( bottle doesn't help tho
druBfrist will refund tho money. Ask your druggist.
What Some Women Say About
Mtt. H. h. nAIJj of Larklnvllle
Ala. n well-known merchant who
pold STF.M1A V1TAK and used It
In his family writes: "STKMA
VITAE has proyod to bo tho bost
modlcino ray wlfo has oyer Uaud
for o run-down system."
THACHER MEDICINE CO.
MHS. LIME HKYNOIjDS of Mad-
ison.S.C.says: "I havo boon using
your STELLA VITAE with won 1
derful results. It Is tho most won-
ilorful modlcino for womon that I
lmvo over usod I want all my
ffionds to try STELLA VITAE.'f
Chattanooga Tenn. U. S. A.
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