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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

(1 TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2.1, 1019. 0 A' 1 J ii . , IV ft XJ fj y 4 0 fl r J to "1 ft m a vm mm v ma bp y in t 0, ITi III U 0 u ,0 fl a S 6d G $ 0 7 Ki.li. 0 1 v. X 0 v.. Wa wero sunoand?d:ma on. a hillsiclo-of tlu? Artpnna 23 demand to surraidofcaiae oa.faiifik.dfy Havini held had'tettor ;thic$i witkit r7 o No food, no shelter. Swept by machine gun and shell fire. An inferno, day and night. And lijttle hope of escaping. Five days of this! But not a daunted soul among the four hundred and seventy Americans in the Lost Battalion. Commanding the little group was Major Charles W. Whittlesey. To the offer of safety if they surrendered, Whittlesey replied without a. moment's hesitation: "Tell them to go to hell" And they were saved, because, as Whittlesey says: "Having held on so long, we thought we had better go through with it." We, safe at home, have "held on," too with our support through Four Loans. And we are "going through with it" through with this Fifth call to dut...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

8 TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1919. COURT MARTIAL BILL j ASSAILED BY ANSELL Ami) Offui-r Kit MrawiiT Prop red li Wnr IX'iuirinK'iM I'll nli . fur aslr itaaht-l. DISAGREES WITH CHAIRMAN , ... i 1 i Former JiicIt Advmwie Vtiu W illi ( lialrin.ui f luu- I irtiimiiuv Out l'imii In Arm). W A.SIIIN' P ! la in. t iy,u'i i ....si... n.i,..ii- ml ;ua .!... .i.i .....-., .. . . ..... .!.... .,.. . ..O !.,..... . v. j...... .- .., "I ' ... h - ' ' " "' i. a. ....... ..I. . .at. (It i, , ttit ,,,,o o..j -. i....t . i- . ... . !.. I ., .... " .... ..! I .... V . . . 1 1 .1 U'." .. 1 . - . . . I . ........ .ii I .. t vv -...u . i .. e i ... . ...... ..... 1 I-.. i II. .tl llie IJ-.I I'-" -. M H.4W. ")Uu V..H.I I. a. I' JJ.i'' ...ivi.i ..r e,.i..i-. "I K ' ' till III)' I,.., u ...illn ) .11. ill i- .11. Ull... ' i .. irm.iii Hiigojy mil he untie, a.noii hi. ii i u.iii.i I ,ii ii a-iugiit ' naVu Ih.a.iiiA.icil '4 i.w. .'liH'l.y Jiid.- ml nk.iiii u ii.ru wiiai.i ' 1 1. mi in.ci .'el en. ...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

C it J .an MlrtTS ''';'! i 1 twir mm mm m - TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2.1. 1010. ri uvu A fiSa Baa n o n It is a food. Every time you take a glass of Schlitz Famo you are taking something to eat. Every compound essential to the human body is present in Schlitz Famo pro tein, carbohydrates, mineral matter and water the only factor absent being fats, and they are formed in the body from the carbohydrates. These elements repair and build up broken-down tissues and impart to the body heat and muscular energy. That's why we say Schlitz Famo is a worth-while cereal beverage. It is non-intoxicating. It is healthful, refreshing and satisfying. It has the wonderful hop aroma. On sale wherever soft drinks are sold. Order a case from Marshall Young Co. , 409 East First y i mi l uisa, UKia. Phone Osage 3960-3961 M&dle Milwaukee Fapaois a 9

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1919. AMERICAN AND NA TIONAL LEA GUES FA CE OPENING BARRIER TOD A Y 10 it m m Ji. 'J. it1 s:-sy ra it iii 1 W A3 It ill , ', ! i -I :i NEW ERA FACING NATIONAL GAME National Ieague Starts Forty-, Fourth Season and Amen- , can Twentieth.' REPRESENT ARMY AND NAVY j Commanders of the Army nrul Navy Lend Martiul Air t the Viral Day. NtlV VullK, April : Aflor an .Intermission of maily eight months, I, V n... ...... I r )...!... (orfiiiim r pi chi iimiUi M nf profes-J loliy I haM-luill, will gel lack HUn it linn lumuriuw. The I 1 s season war rut (hurl mi .s i.ti'in Lit 2 IiikI r,u, five weeks hrfine hn regular date. vt rinsing, , w hlln I ho opening Ibis spring In ID u.s later Hi. in usual, the lesgui liayiua rut Hull' iic,l "iule from 1 . 4 tn 111) M inns hi) 4ii economy measure. The ll!l M-asmi Hill I if hn 4 t:h for the Nil! limn I league. Il.i Kama Will open iui follows New Vdilt in Philadelphia, llrnnk. lyn In lluimn, Piiinhmgh in .'hi iMffn- H...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

.aiLY, WORLD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1019. U Contracts Let for $1,098,822 Worth of Hard-Surface Roads Successful Bidders Consider ,bly Under High Figures on Previous Work. AVERAGE COST $26,830 MILE Improvements Include Tulsa Skiatook, Tulsa-Bixby and Tulsa-Junks Roads.' Contract for hard surfacing 40 15 p,i of Tulaa oounly highway, un der t ho special lwd lmi voted II months ago, were let Tuesday after noon tn III! contracting rompanlea, low bidder on I) pea of road ap proved by th county rmmlliuini, jnil the chamber of rnmnnrfn nom-ntMn- for a total consideration of I on 122 7. The sections upon which contract v(ra awarded ara l he Tulna aloatnok road, tha Tulau-llliby road nd the Tula-Jnk road. Contract for paving o!lon H, X and 1, representing I J inllra of riial from TuUa to Hklatook, va wrdd to J- T. I wintry, on tha fol lowing bids: I ne course concrete roadway. H 11 wide. Hectlon it. I1M .'60 50; section t), $ 1 HS.980.bO; arrtlon A. M9.4H5.60. lo Jerks, nlna miles, ona course ...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

o ! 12 TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1010. it 'If .. 1 i i i ' t ft' j 4.. fc I IN THE OIL FIELDS Office: 6241 W. II. PKCK Kp.ilnre : 2412 00. MAKKET aaa Okla f J J J (a Hldlon Crairaaa (It) . Oanlraua (bk) tlarlr Cttdo ((34) . Oaraiaf Htarr.ua . . . Ci-laa (Ifrd) . fmm. 3nad. float k Um ... 1 30 1 IIS I iO 1 IS I 4 I It, 1 II I II 4 l0 t II I tr QUOTATIONS. )rlh lint Wmln . . . 1 niliana . , , i'rlnreloa Kaluil ... lllinou ... t ant'l. . Klk llaala (Wll Caddo (d) . (Jiat. ! lllf Madda 11 I M I H I 41 I no I 41 I 41 t ! 1 "1 I f I 1 1 AO That Uurkburnett Excitement The lataat wire from the Itiirklmr nail rilatrlrl r t- n . 1 1 h ihe 1 1 n i K V K (inrr well, iihout to mllia north of the Marine Iciuto anil frurn three to four mUca norihweat of I iin k Mirnelt. maklna all thn way from I.IiHU ((i 4.000 hurrcla of oil Wlmierr It Ii making, ll la rnoiiith to ') tn th wonder pool, ami will mink the ftlnnlna; of anriin cutcnalvr. dillllng In that direction. A ntiiuhcr of rua have...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2,, 10W. 13 & MARKETS SAILS TAKE LEAD IN THE STOCK DEALING tan- Nl-Ull " Market WIiwi Sp,,rt oil Ulan lUvtrretl. jiKW Vi.llK. April :! -Th tork nttrcu upon "r" " jiuno turtiiy in me ' liinU M I Ml 11 1 II k r"ir 'UT in.!f!cnrn attached I" mimiv accumulation of tin While th movement w.in pooed of variable number . of .urn. " verurd perceptibly "url. , ih. Inwxr urtcrd iiim n y irlitlODH. wiiun i.ip uic twun . !. oil irolHrli!H. irv a .. I f.jlMrpf nf (lie THll- .,. us! imlu1M Texim and I'm'lfi'. . , i K-nnaa Tons, rnmmun 7i r. -f.-rr.Ml. K;mn I'ily Southern, ,' A. SolllhWPHtBin. Ht. l"i , .n HT.innwn. southern railway, ' . . - i ..'-I. Km Haven 1 till- Iltil "l, Ohio and frit'em-peake 1 ..... ... . ..Us- nf I I . 1 to hln ttl B' .-.- ' ii pan!, common and preferred, tnuih.-rn IMflflo. t'anndl.in I'uolflo, ll,ls,!!i. Norfolk At WMln. I 111- 111! s..,. ihrrn anil l.oiilvlllr .v IrfH' jdir. i! r.-preiirnled the ntitntlant roup m tr.inor degree c.....

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

It TULSA HAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AVVAh 23, 1910. Mt kin 1 1 'II I s. I in.n i.oiuiK No 7 1 niKli it, rh.lrl I . i n U' C I li lt ! ' A i.i il '.' ll'. AN 'irk l ii I. V . I .(dill i al I r m Ml Sfl .i.... .., . ,.!l-.i.. Mi AV . . ' - ......... - ivitis MnNrillll I. M liilM.K 4-'' Np.i alanine i- 'i I-- I1 1 M l.ira. i. .I..!. ; M AMI II It. I I'll" I 'alt d' ' . irr r r il i ' 1 1 nn i L ,'., W'y II. I. K.IIN I' III HnMT llll 1 1 Ml II K I l W kl f IK I It i. Kl M I ' I'M.K No' I'l ;t r ! and im I r pr. if III r,...i.i;. I i: !.i.- p . rk iii M U 'I'."'' W , 'I'!.! V I , IS?'" " M M""' i J' " III. Ill It f I W""TKN. W. M II II IIWN Hr T en irrt.u no Vj ii a m , 111 firat anil liii'H u.'iX -r n 1 1 MiiiI, M. !,. I rif jlf .f W V liCI'ION Miifh I'riMl T ft 1 v 1 1 Y i ni m vin it v mi :) ' . I a. I llll M.H'il.v WWVfjPl Uiik.'.v .i.a.a li". .M J ,i,,f l!aM s,.,lh Main II r lli 'iMi'. I uni ii. snil'f . I Ull. I K. .-i-') Tr.MII.K A A l) N M M it i a a"iii1 l'rili in month l Mttli'iim...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

Hi TVLSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, APKIL Z 1010. 15 . i. LIVE STOCK " DOO CAT! AND Fits' ' 61 7hHI1 IMHfllTH and f.' I UUOI Jttu.. I . w vj . , FOR HALF. - . . v "T fearr.,! bin anil whits. LeT ..., IMII tha uid. I'lione liUl H. ... Uve itock'ako vehicles7 64 (,!tsl AICTION fAl.r mnltl Will Ball kl " '. . . "ii I m Humi rf! ml i'1". . . ' ...ad Krud h to far. uw&ar ,1 r f i i man. ucufir. - .. . ' 1 1 .. i - . I 7' 1. 1 .7 at L , a n rt i p ...... I?n IMtn M V 1 A ' DAIRY COWjJ . ,111 Mil hi Lombard farm, north ,4 if Klwnnd. Krltlay, 1! p. in , inril ,irn'' r,'ul 'l,ry rows, (n,P,," t urh nil) anil llolnteltiH; rv iiii' ii real row; freeh ami ' . ... r. , ..1,1 U,.H ! I.. f.lll'L'. j I" J'"i" .'., t'luiH M so ...II. ins I .f milk ' ' ii' M II I trtcrt KT t,v. . iv . nu t-'invn iliv K '"'sl '"r rloee I", for i i , I .'.:.. . . h u htl.l I'1' heat lien giane Holilrin t hi-ifrrs ; mostly fresh mi '. J hearl yearling,, bona rear ilvsne. Kin If" ' "rul'LTRT AND HUfrLtEB 51 k'.VI h Uhoi...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 23 April 1919

1C lUl.NA DAILY WOKLI), WKDNKSDAY, -APRIL SI, -1919. STAGE LIQUOR FIGHT niu DcrcDrwni im UFRP LM1 lU L.IUI1UUIII lli-iti- IHMim Will IW Filed n OkUlionu. for Votn on ProlilWOnn Amend rnniU. IMntluVr. Sr. QUESTIONS ENFORCEMENT Cotnmlttnr Mtvtfa tn i(o nl JiMxrm JHitilxa of (im Power of rkntgmm 'n Inane CiriCAOO, April !2 Prarta-ahll. Uy of enforcing ill national lf MbtUon amendment 1'V concurrent power" of i-mnrrM and the t-. raa quentloncd nWl.iv mctlng f Uie dli4llrr' fiiinil '-. In hrg f the clixilll.iiK imluetry. fight ajrainat prohibition l ilt, point hum rained In nn opinion rubmltl-rt lv VI Mnvrr, rounNel f"f I ho coiiimlHw. following report, that referendum petition, had I""" fl.rd. wr in prim'., of filing, or were In elf i ulailon In i ihln. Ml.aniirl. i 'u i f i ti 11 1 11 vv a.hington. Oregon, Nr. Trained On New York Nehra.kN i 'kin dorado, Muhigin Vadll. N'iv Mrf boma. Ark.nn.ia. and Mam. In in v opinion norlmn 1 of lh nmenrtmi iHn ""I enrruling nnd nnill IcglNlalion ha h...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

THE MORNING RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE FINAL Edition 4 o'clock A. M. wit: VOL. XIII NO. 213. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1919. 18 TACKS. PRICE 5 CENTS. ITALIANS GO AS WILSON STANDS FIRM OKLAHOMA GREATEST NEWSPAPER Tulsa's Quota $5,629,000 VICTORY NOTES . ONE-THIRD SOLD Tulsa Workers Have Banner Iay Bringing Total Up . tf f 1,750,000. BIG BUYERS GETTING BUSY Volunteer Salesman J. II. Evans, Writes Four Firms for Total of $350,000. SKIAT00K GOES OVER TOP Cots $1,400.00 Over Quota Collinsville Reaches $17,000 County Doing Well. Oklahoma Leads Nation in Victory Bond Sales Oklahoma (,'iiy. April 23. A V. Davenport, City Manager. Til Irnt. Oklahoma trails nation In Vic tory loan to date. W can be flint l ain over If hank will rush In irpnrt car (In Ple help. NKWT tiKAHAM. Plata JJirertor. hi Is county's quota Itoiid sales to da to llalance to be wil . . . $!V.2.000 $i.7.iu,mto .13,879,000 A. V. Davenport, clljr manager, utalrd at 5 o'clock Wednesday aft ernoon that Victory ...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

'1ULSA DAILY WOULD, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1010. SAND SPRINGS LINE 1 MAY ADVANCE WAGES;! Andrew and Imogene Kinlo I iilnn llnforcrat cm Tulwi Mm lUllwai Met l.nlrml in Three I unirainliav ,!uM ii v icn: i' jinn h M-nur, ;::x:;:.?:::";':;v:;:::;:;xv. Vl'l.k l-.HHi N hme thiy, Anilirv a.ihl Imngrne TALK OF INCREASED FARE l ttllllrt, CnriNirailiirfH Sn Srrk to I'nm Aflillllminl ! tpenn- Oil In the Mntliaiigcr. .tn'lli-UHy. haailly A 1 1 1 1 r I "I following thr artl lerurlif nf the three -rlnv wtrret i-nr rl riU r r v i rvi hlng wait rtinnlnn aninnihly nil thr v.irlnna Horn nf thr TillHH m I t railway V r lnrit,iy All m lnduliB were he ll K iniillll.l.r.r.l nil. I llir mrn iillil fiffl. rult, blh n .irH ri In lie ttnf IMi t fir ml liniment nf llirn iliffer- liffnrl In in.iKiiifv Ihr i mi'mi rrav In irgitiit lo Mm rrfalnirig of four nun. unmn men din .III not jnln hi Ihf remnnf1i nf ihr atrikrra were un- H1. .llllllU till lllffli IlltV hiving HiiBf- rnlly hrrn il lHini'', nf Hi i pniiiif r...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

f TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1010. RUSSIANS IN NORTH OPPOSE FOOD PLAN UaVr Say I'lana of Nanarn -,dtu( In Kffert an Alle1ax With BoUhevlat tVrcwi. ARMISTICE IS NOT WANTED IWlarmlion Mado Against rmpoaal u, stnp Mjftitliia; KeUa l Time Whm VMory la Ner, a. n Aotiaea rr. AllCIIAiNOEL, Monday. April II. pppoaltlon T ,he official of the jrnernmrnt of mirth Rusnia for the pun for feeding bolshevik Ituaala as rfrrnily made public In I'arU is tuird not only on wllllmrneaa to pro vlnn territory occupied by a gi) frnment the northern Russians are Mrhllngbut because they believe the p!n would not be efficacious In com bating botohevlam. In the Interview given the Awi ciiifd ITes corrriipondent recording hl opposition to the plan. Ctn Kugena Karlovlich Miller, act In head of the Archangel govern mrnt, expreaaed tha view that those, who helped bolshevik llusefca In thli W!n would In effect bo Joining ,th the bolehevikl. others in official clrelre expressed op poaltlon to the scheme ...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1919. tVF.RV WORv;mi rvt .1 'SPAT .INll AHD llhUBI.il OK TIIR A I -1 I T til KKAU Of ClIU'l I. A I KINS F nxma I eHen . tT. II l.aiaon. . Iliiamraa Manaf ; tnlcrad la Ut Tu!u pntUtffl'- Ha-und I tnai Wur rr' . ... -Official ' County Taper AVI.IUl.J- SKI IMII1 I'lKfl H'k int. Mnsni nr ji a in ii. I'll M. !i ;ti I It. K s .,'1. ,-r-,,o..ii Va..air. fa r-n.l 4 ).(.. tw.ai tr.' ih ara r-t ra t cirri ai 'in nf inn 'l.i'a Muri.u. ami r - 1 . rl y S .-r , I ( r I I n '.-..'ill' 1 l:p a. I 7i' ir and li .i I tu III" I ! l uf ir auaal I. Ma. ", a il M. I K ."('III I f. ,i i...u Mai-aiar A..'ti t.i fur in iMa JMIlU. KMH, ,v..'nr J''ili.i'' Mv 'oi.' ml . in", iiiiri'l n inii-'f It, I.'!. T I. 'I MnllMVll W ' H I .1 ururiKii ,,i thk ,."in'ii mi ynr.nn ltl A"-Itlril ' l r il HI' viUM'r tti-. lu (I f l,a" l'ir ir"ililli ViOH n' ' liti dilpan tin. cirliifl lii II nr not vlhvr il' fia-lurd in .lot n'.'"' am lto liita nl 'luliliah..! hfralli MdRNIVl UK ..N KNIN...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

TULSA DAILY WORLD,' THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1919. MIAMI WILL PROFIT BY WAREHOUSE PAN jftd and 7.1 no Prndnrva-a to Wort Out, Storage) Sjmrma That Kulyra 11nadl yroMin. OUR INVESTORS INTERESTED tlivim Tl Saturday to Consider Ti.J-- Which la Kxpnrtotil to IUtr Mlnlnff Industry. .i!in taken recently by a larre nun net of mill ownrriMi) producers 0f th" M until district, give promlM f ,;'.Ti!nif a rejuvenation of that fHl ,inl ' providing the mean rhrn'hv the mining district will under-writ" lis own fHonomlo jndepend . In other word. the plan will fun l'i' producers to sell their prod-,,,-tn ,ir Ni'w York at top prices rather than !'i acrrpt local prices which ih.. ii re now compelled to do ihr.--h lnck of f.icllltlna to handle thnr output. In iTii'f,- 1h progrnm rontem lilnifn tl t I n r for the lead and lnc mini'U Industry what the tank doea lor ii"1 "II Indualry and the elevator dor fur the wheat Induetry. It proJ ,1,1, , system of atnrsjre which will ,na .1,1 the produce to borrow on hi...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

$ 'I 6 TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1919. 11.. , Ml i . if: ' in i iion. nr. The pr.rim! .1iii: ehinc a!nfl III" n., i- The r hii t (1 1. (hi! soothe and hi-il .iiiil I'lt Ar' -.mHiii'I lit the f i r-1 of insn lile f,i.wrt Wo'rdawinlh. " I In' .ilctiiliir for Thursday Mm. (', i H.Iti and Mil I ' A lit i -tm.iii i lilci tain with ttrlli;. tt.l In ' lir home of Mm v i IiIiit Mr and Mm II It.iMnovli.. drnw tlng room iiiimI ulili iil.iini pruKraiii li M.m. M.ivtiic II .i tiii"v n . Mr. and Mm. M .Ian ko v li v en ini.iui at 1 1 ii r i 1 1 1 k fur .! Itrllitunt Mr K I.. i'mntiv. linn lii'on In ( O'illll V I' I II I - r - P.cil ri l iili'inlitr. i 'niln. he null el I C t i.'ro.ia mens a' hf ul'iiwn I 1 m , lavllcV All u( I'lmi M K. rh'lrrli, 111 day H I 'lull .1' lli'.lil'llurtr'h. I")i simlv (lull. I'lilllll StU.lv i lull member lliel yestenltv morning In Die home if Mini ,M,ii kuitiIi' thiivin. Willi Miss Maymo li.ililnovii a young planet who ! n student of III" Hush con bci v...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

TULSA DAILY WORLU, THURSDAY, APRIL 124, 1919. 1 CHARGES PRESIDENT IS NEGLECTING DUTY CliX-M" Hanker at Mississippi Valley Mnn Raja No (ioveouwol IoU7 la firmed. URGE BUSINESS EXTENSION Other Speaker -ak ' Surrey of Y)-7 awl ll'allaaHon of Water "v,iy Meet Nest In M. louti. l.i.niifiri by 600 banken and buair .,, rrprentlnK ill atatea. If. H. Chicago banker and prssl- i HH'AOO. April it. Speakln at thi first annual convenuon or inn M sslsslripl Valley association today. if nirn rrprr.m.ims. urrtrk .drill of the organisation, crtnclsefl frrnldent Wllaon for going to Kurope ,nil leaving the lulled Mates without governmental leadership during the innt critical period of reconstruction ,lllK alto attacked the national administration for Its alleged failure in formulate a definite policy toward business. Mr. Herrlck appealed to husinrra Interests to take a more active part In political and govern ment affair. "Hfty-two per cent of the entire voin of the country la In the Mlaeia alppl vall...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

IULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, Al'KIL 1M, 1911). 8 MINING COMPANIES ATTACK HINES RATE l VllllTTtl Mil- illtplni JTI'1HI In-taTtil ('harpTa lnrl IuUnI ly Pln-ilnr In-nrrnl INCREASE IS 170 PER CENT. Ai iaa ltnnnr on Snielur I'nMliirln l.iM-jt lA'Thm I'lKiirr. Is Claim lb-fun- 4 oiiinilnnliin. ,, VASII!M1T IN. .April ! I ri fn'w. (ri'IKlii i ( e pill in'o 'f" i tiv the rii.li"jt u tnilnlntrrt ' ion w . i ill's, hcl fnility tiy 11 Inra n.iiinv iin ninl:inK m j-nr n Hon.-! in it Plain' f.l"l uiim tlm liitpt'siii cm'-nii-ric i 'tttiiilloii aliini lilrciinr lienerii il.nrti .iiit feilrriti cnntrul ra i rlei n. While the y rural Int rr i-r (tn r:i-t1 In Imvi lrrn only "."t --f nni, the i 'mi 1m I n I alleged Hint Ihe Hi--Inn mtviiiii mi Min'lter prml'ir a ruiKj ni in I Tn ir rent I! was t c:le1 furtlii ih.u wn.li lhf iimrkrr pi n i" f nio' er'lclr i'f commerce hS'l liit-i f'.ii"''l Kteutly H'l result nf Id" r Hii I it 1 1 1 Hirtiin itcivrin nirrir liMii riAfil the price cf coiipr prn.lllrl, i...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

AT J TULSA DAILY WORLD, WKDNKSDAY, AI'lilL 2:1, 1!19. id Iter HEY did not. And they are not quitting now. Neither did you while we were winning the war. Well, are you going to quit now when the war is won? Our job isn't finished yet not by a long shot. And it's a man-size job, too if we are going to turn our victory to real ac count, if we are going to make from it a more prosperous America and a better world to live in. We have fighting men to bring home and find jobs for. We have our wounded to care for and our crippled to rebuild into confident, successful citizens. There is still work for our fighting men to do in Europe, if we are to: gain from our victory the kind of world we have been fighting for. It's a big job! If we leave it un finished now when the end is in sight Chateau Thierry and the Meuse will have been fought, and won in vain. There's a bill of some billions of dollars to clean off the slate before we can call it a day and enjoy the new world that we have won. -THI...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Tulsa daily world. — 24 April 1919

TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1919. RECORD BREAKING CROWDS GREET RETURN OF KING BASEBALL 10 RED SOX EASILY DEFEATYANKEES Champions T 1 a y Errorless Rail and Score 10 Runs With 13 Hits. SENATORS BEAT' ATHLETICS Johnson Hosts Terry in lit Innings White Snxs Win from Brown.. vnv mitk', April :i itr'orr lha hlgge-t crowd I In l ever aw an American leugiir opening In Ihla i My, the Itoaion wnrld'e champions dc fenie l -ew Turk trxtn v hy an nvcr whelming acme nf 10 In 0. Until. Rision 'a rrnaallonal aluggcr, started Ihe champions nfr to virlory In tin firal Inn inn. Iin'tlt( n home luni with ITnoper i'n lumr. There was an j element or lurk In Ihe hil hi II look a high lund over Lewie' shoulder Mogrldgc pitched fairly well 'after that until Hm nlnlh Inning, when Ronton hit turn all over I lie field, which, aided .y Pe( klnpaugh'e er rors, enabled ihem lo pile up alx runs The score: IMIHTON - A II If Hooper, if h 1 Itnirv. "h & J Hi r u ii k . cf 4 o .Ruth. If 4 I MclnniH, lh...

Publication Title: Morning Tulsa Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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