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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1020.
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BOILING IN STATE
n i: i.iiimrr n
?nr Summer's Drive to
6. 0. P. IS OUT TO WIN
iHarreld Will Run Again in
Fifth; Mabun Airsaay m
Kaco in First.
,UllluI.A,ciTV. Jan. n-
I , . In lln nffnr.
' , y murmung contests. Hoth par
,ri. rjinuiy getting in shape for
in-v. ft nio summer nncl with
,,, ,i,.i.ni interesting strug-
' a fur puny nominations aro
, r.A.wr.x for every offlco t
' Wi.ri N na or Itobcrt U Owen
.0,.,j,y .n he rare for the donio
' 11, Momnuuon for tho presidency.
fmrcc-C' r.i- rt',1 iikiii iur mo nuin
,,,,,,, (,,r I nued Mates sotmtor on
i,o jimiMii. u.'kel, a liaitle royal
.... rnmiiiii, an nominal on tor
if ... - , , .
Iniiional miiiitieeiiiun, thoro Is
rul C'lunina of gotli.
In adJ.tion vs the presidential
r,d aiitait'rlai n-unin.uiun, uKianuuia
w.l tie- U'"' coinjri'Miiioii, unco
,,mi ir of 'he stato supremo court
: w number of tlio criminal
i, ,ri e.' appcaU.
In t.ic r'irat rongi esslon il illstrlct
Vro has ttiu.t far been no mention
cpjiual -on to J.;, li. Jiowaru, item-
ui, W nil Hit on party, unn ine
imA ' true in w. . Hastings.
'. raoi-tat, who repyrscnui tho Second
.strut, (.ii.li ics it. tarter 01 mo
n,M UJtiioi may nave opposition in
j. rer.s'.a of J II. Klotiilng of
cent, member of tho stale senate,
u. (lure urv few that ticllcvo that
j-ier M l Have any considerable
.'.tflcuity in snoring a plaeo on the
,ktL J. T. ,Mcintu5ii of uiiruni,
s a member of the stato fcenate.
bi.i tiiok ii of, hut recently do-
arcJ en nhatically that ho will not
it. a candidate.
Mrheoun .May Not Itmi.
The phy.-i il condition of Con-
fcrcnemau Tom I). .McKcown, demo-
Vut, teprm ntlng tho rourih uls
;ir.' t. is h'uh that It la tald that ho
urobably will not make tho contest.
lime aro two or throo names men
tioned as pcwmulo democratic, suc-
iwcri to JkKcown, nut until tho
iT.jrcssman s program is known
iono of theso are willing that their
taints biiau no used.
In tha I'lfth district .1. W. Ilnr.
(if id. republican, of Oklahoma Cltv.
Kti elected at a special election In
ItMJVfmbcr to succeed tho lalo Joseph
Thompson of Pauls Valley. Uu
ftner has It that llarrcld Is llstun-
rg intently to the siren's volco and
jr conclude to heeomo a eandl
Aio for tho nomination for United
'Utnt.naior. If this proves untrue
a is Ilkciy to ho a candidal.) to fuc
'tit himself. Tew bolicvo that Ilnr.
tlj will let ko of IiLh rniisrnssionul
i uniii no uas Decn ousted hy
"me one who sots nioro voles than
e does next November.
'finocrats thero is a flock .if mini.
JTit!, as there was in tho snccl.U
'imsry in Ortobcr Tho nnnounco
int of Jimco R u. Swank of Nor
an, coupled with tho Btitcmcnt
i' hn will l.avu no opposition In his
j-ICIjI district, ellnilnm...
'Iio had been counted as posalblll-
f. Jeii Kmphl nf Ww.nr....n...i 1
lnry J. Carr of Pauls Valley filed
,.. i.'JTcul Pf'mnry. nlthouuh
ttlthdrcw lo man.li'o the earn.
. P V .CI,u''o Weaver, who was
nawu out defeated by llarrcld.
II. WOCdS llf I'lirr-nll I.- T.
''SrV S 1,urIl resident and a
.cmocr of tho Mam um.. .
Slj&arVmonS ,h0! who live
i. T i ,, J , "r- -har cj
"num. u,a ur,:.r"-,""x
Nate ,0 t,. ed Urr Z"ttU,V CU"'
Tn ,1 "J X5.anl erriV Sat.
f'trrl wn h.,,,1!"r' Coiisr.Eaman
f.WIJ. WHO With Attorney flenornl
hri, T l" wrest uio
A JJlT.'t ot Ilwto" and Lit
p-l Judso ('ham Jone. nf ...
tie Sml. au.... '"''l'3l llEUrcs
I T ii, " i a co.
r.,,hP Present Concrmm.. nm
"iniie in the Pcventh hr.. Vr,.;
Students Orchestra From University of Oklahoma
Starts on Tour Tomorrow; Visits Tulsa on Tuesday
A NEW CARLISLE
Indian Commissioner Is
Visitor at the A. & M.
PRAISES FOR CANTWELL
Cnto Sells DooIiuvh That tho
Stillwntcr School la One
of Kent in U. S.
Ktis hau nenduii; eclfetein, Mli I nn, Not ami '"a l,ni
rtoiiMiwH k, ui iioncin ii auiasiai i.ei a Jlofili' linsli iv
lift till). Wallr. (Htrau?s1 Ortiirs . Ilmli, nir, llomlin Mump
WIku ninlclmt mv N I lie heet orclii-itm In OUlalioina tiMlay Is ninilo up entirely of mcmlnn of llio fluo
...m. in i'.ii iiiiriu. LiuiviAiiy ill wkimionm.
NO ft MAS'. Jan. 10 Tho I'nlver
"Ity of Oklahoma, orchoia. believed
hero to hr the lu st m ii I. .i nru.inly-i.
Hon of Its kind In tlio southwest, will tra, "Spai'iish lm'iicc tltelitrpli. Mr
ki" ii eoiircri in juis.i incsuay
nlKht, January 13.
It will leavn hero Monday for n
tour ot northeastern Oklulmmn ap
pearing ut llrlstow Monday, Tulsa
Tuesday. Pawhuska Wednesday.
Avant ThurHday. Harttesvlllo Krlday
and DrumrlKht Saturday,
V'redrlk Holmberp, dean of tho
rchool of fine arts. Is director of tho
orchestra, and Paul i. Carpontcr,
assoclato professor of lolIn, Is con
Other university nrtlsyi who will
appear on tho program will bo Kranz
Kuselian, cellist; J. ):. P'reshaiir,
troiiihouo soloist, and Miss Kutli
Tho program to bV Riven in Tulsa
folloivs: "Nlbeliinffen March," (Wan
ner), "Ksyptian IMIIol" (l.unKtni),
OrchCMtru; Uavotle" (Popper), .Mr.
Sp.- in. (n The Wnrld.
KTlM.WATIIIt. Jan. 10 Calo
Se' ' conimlii'oiier of Indl.m nf-
filrji on his return trip lo WashiiiK
t. ii .-.topped In H 1 1 1 1 v( n I c r yesterday
f r a conference with Ptnsldeut J
(unlurll of the Oklahoma A mid
M r,..ll .... . ... ..I . .. .1
... .f,,.,. iciiiii.r (,i iiiiiiis ji'r iir
f'lllaririilioiitf ,.i 11... I'l,. I l.t.,..
Mhool al chlloeru
A few weeks ami President Pini
well wenl lo eiillocco at Comm."
riimiT nens rrquesi. i
(.ommiMiiuier Mens npnko lier.ire
the coll.-Ke faeiiliv In Hi Hfterii' im
"This Ii my fust visit lo H,. I
water." he tald. "Tim rollrKc "in
paies favorably with ths lain' -i
I'll! M colleges In ths lilt,l Hi it,
"nil iimlei ili'i leadership of I'm
drill CHiitwrll. whom I liae kimw i
fur vears, tho coIIcko has a remail.
able firni'c "
The rhlloeeo KChool will lie the
larRest liiHtuut of Its kind In nk'-i-hnnm,
If not In the I'nllml Ki.iii,
when I'oMiiiisftlniier Sells' plani air
eompleled. Miner tho nboIlshlnK nf !
llm l,..1l,t u..1...,.l I.. .111.. I... ...
,. a,,.,,,,. P.. II,,,,, ,1. .flirM', I II , .,1
miluii.it wink will bs feitiiie.l.
Mum VlolaUil Ciinm liius.
Kill I'jplldl lliill.llnt.
OKLAHOMA I'lTV, Jan. 10 -
nricsls of Imnirrs In nil parts of Hut
nato lmi Iwn rcpmieil to li,n
Walt, H'litu came and fish waiden.
isinrn the iin.ill season rloir. nn
1 n ember Jt. Thn d pirlmnr lir
"aid today. Ii mukli'K cwry iff,,n
ii. protei.: k tthe in llw i lused
Carpenter; "Moinent Munlejl
iKehtiliert). "As,i s Death" (OrU K).
"OavoMe" (Atielent Court Whtspei
Iiiks) ( Mehden), Orchestra; Heading
(Selected), Mlis Southwlck; Torea
dor Souk (from Carman) (lllzet),
Mr. Kreshaur and Orchestra; "Phiuo
Uame" (Suppe), Orchestra.
Members of the orchestra aro as
First violin, Adelaide Paxton.
Norman; Donald Ilranliam, okbu
homa City; lluhy Cmineway, Okla
homa City: Herbert Hoover. Hobart.
lidward llowhs, l'erry: Ida Salln
Williams. Norman; Utisscll .Webber,
Hartlesvllle, Wlllard Harrow. Nor
man, and Milton Cohen, Musko-eo.
Second violin, Lena Hriiughon.
Norman; O. L. HUKlies, Hartlesvllle;
Marlon DrauKhon, Norman; Vlvlennc
llurgls. Pawliuska; Jlargarat llcnd-
I Norma l Ilia II l iodn, Nirn nn.
I Doris Vorke Norman, uml era
Cello. Leo Wails, Oklahoma CHl.
I'ranz Kuschan. Normtin; tnrent
Lackey, San Antonio, Texas, Oer
trudo Mlsener, HI lleno; 1-3. P. lt'Vh
rock, Norman; Miriam White, Law
ton; and Oscal Lehier, Norman
Piano, Itiith Moore, Oklahoma
City; trombone, J. 13. P'resliam,
Wetumka, James 13. Hrllt ot Norma n
rind James Keun of Norman; cornot,
1. It. O. (illrhrlest of Avant; s.ixo
phono, Dill Wolfinper of Hubart and
Jliriam Hvans of Norman; tympa
num, Ivan Ixihrer of Norman; ba.oi
Waldo Ports of Anadarko; first
clarinet, Charles Mllner of Ardmore;
second clarinet, Harold Land, of
Artosla, N. M.; oboe, Ada. Miller of
Norman, and fluole. 13ilgenu Cutlell
CJoro, leaves tlio
fcatlnfr liim In that district is consid
Ainmii! tho renubllcann ii,n uirrn.
nous flcht lielween .Mm Melt raw niiil
Jack llumou for tho national roin-
niilteem.inslilii is tho conlral contesi
nt present, .Ullioiifli tho senaturiul
raco is liesinnintr to lake shape. To
date, however, all (i. o. P. tona'torlal
aspirant.-) aro sldesteppmi; an out and
out ncuiaraiion oi candidacy. AmoiiK
uioso whoso names aro connected
wlili this conteii aro Cont;ros3tnan
llarrell. Hoy M. Johnson of Ard
more, Jim Harris who wan uld rn.
tently to havo eliminated himself.
irum tho national committeeman
race. Slate Senator John Uololiio of
(3utlirie, N. II. Itocers uml A A.
Small ot Tulsa, John i'lchl of Okla
homa City, and Map. Harry Cllstrap
J. . Mabnn of Afl.mil rennlill
has come forw.irj with an announco
mcnt of his candidacy for consrei,.i
from tho First district. That there
will bo an omit o coiiKntislon.il in
publican ticket no onu double hut
tho opinion ij that tho First, Fifth
uml KiKhth districts aro thoso In
which (i. o. P. leaders aro cenUrlnK
their hopes of success.
Tho terms of tho following mem
b(rs of thi etato supremo ;ourt ex
pire this year: It. W. IIIskIiis of Mc
Alester. Frank M. Halley of Chlcka
sha, who bucceeded Justice J. F.
Sharp, and llob-rt M. Halnoy ot
Aloka, It is presumed that each of
these will bo candidates to succeed
themselves, but to tho present they
.have made no annoiiueument nml
thus far none hao been sorlously
mentioned as their probable, oppo
r ents, Tho Increase from 11,000 to
Jfi.000 a year .n tho pay of jujtlces of
tho stato tiupretno court may prjve
an attraction to others.
Justice James U. Armstrong of
noftwcll la likely to bo a candidate
for rt-olectlon to a sejt on Ui
bench o tho tato crlnjlpal court of
appeals. To.n W. Neal. a Poteau
lawyer, who was a, candidate for tho.
democratic nomlnauon for coi.Kn?s
in the Fit h district in 10 H has de
clared ho will ak llm nnmlpallon lo
ucceed Justice Armstrong
It. F 13cho's, member of tho Mate
corporation commission, who was up
pointed by Governor Itobcrtsou to
till tho unexpired term of Commis
sioner W. D. Humphreys ot Nowata,
lehiKnd, will bo a candidate, for re
election. It Is said that J'rod Parkin
Mn stato examiner and inspector,
t-splres lo this honor.
The terms of all district JtidgeH In
tho stato cxplrn in 102:'. All mem
bcrs of tho house of representatives
aro elected for a term of two years
and tlieso tcims explru with tho
class of 1320. The terms of tho fol
low inc c:ato senators expl-o, Janu
ary 1, 1921, and their succeasorii aro
lo lie chosen at the August primary
und November ccncral election this
Democrats Arthur Ltach, fiaym;
(.. I. Wilson. Manuutii; IL 1 Knle,
f-'ordcll; II. I. Hall, IMwhupka; T. U.
HoKff, Shaw neu. Warren K. Snydur,
Oklahoma Citj ; Frank Carpenter.
HildKeport; J. Klmer Thomas, La(
ton; Fred K. Tucker, Ardmore; Jep
KniKlit, W'jnnowood; J. T. .IcIntoh,
l'urant; W'. Hoard, Okemah; W.
C McAllister, Huso; John K. Vau!i.i,
Ulngston; i-3iiRenu .M. Kerr Jlusko
K'e; T. L. ltlder, Stilwcll: .1. J.
Smith, Afton, and S. U Johnson, Ok
inulKee. Hepuhllcana KuRono Watrous,
Hnld; Tom Testurman, Morrison;
John (loloble. GuUirie; M. Hrown,
Cnlwi he should r-rlpn in order to
iler.to all his lime to the renatonal
tontfst, tno lerm of S. P. Frrnling,
attorney foneral, does not e.-ptro
cntll 10 42. and it is not considered
l.kely that he will step out at least
until after the prlmarv, I'm two an
nouncements of camlida'rs for the
democrat!.; nomination for attorney
Keneral havo been made They are
hy Sta'o Senator 13. p, Hill of Mc-
Alesler an. I Pari FoMcr of Sapulpa.
foimerly county attorney ot Creek
I ho PcrMMtN Itciulcrcd III.
.staio ( upliol Ifulldlnr.
OKLAHOMA CITV, Jon. 11. Five
persons havo been more or less
seriously affected hero from drink
ing wlnsky containing wood alcohol
In tho past few d.iys. Tho police
aro tecklni; tho bourso of supply.
Muny Want lo Join.
Ktnle CxpiUil ITaildin;.
OKLAHOMA CITV, Jnn. 11.
sniro than 1,000 applications for
membership havo been received by
Col. 13. II. Jayno, president of the
Oklahoma county Wood for presi
dent club. In tho past few days, ac
cordlnK to an announcement tnudc
Army Aviator IvUloil.
DOLGLAH, Ariz.. Jan. ll.J.leut.
Ilruco Struthcrfl w a s Instantly
killed and Lieut. .T. Hvan.i soveroly
liijurutl when nn alrplanu In which
Ihey were attempting to make a
forced landing crashed down here
today. They are members of Flight
It., Twelfth Aero Siuadroii. Tho
marhlno caught flro and was destroyed.
Oklahoma I"iMl .Votes.
World'g Vihlnstoa llurcas.
"WASHINGTON. Jan. 11 A nn..
officii was todiy tinier. id established
ai (itueon, in (jnnrokeo county.
Okla., and Morris S. Wado waa
James A. Hilton was appointed
postmaster at Tahuna, 11'lore
r1 OPPOs'tlon In his own rinr, (Uj.lc.i.ti,(.itwii. aUnuli la
procamiuy of a democra ' , f
ltldT. Nhtnn. pklDerlBUHrmr wUh work.
mauu.cn: iniM'sirOTiffibii to. ufltuiriti. vmitMn.
Clara Howard, Classv Comedienne.
scores Smashing Hit at Orpheum
MllSe!i5ea Pi;osenta Mst Beautiful Dancing Act of the
" 1 UL'm 01 luxuriant Color New Bill One of
the Best Offerings of the Season.
JIIoTardomt?dinneWi,ro.,ind thcm' M"- hca' c"uw,n '"'"r. and Clara
I Mtcrday far abSv'ti n ncw vlludcvl"o bill ttartlng at tlio Orpheum
."" pieaslne ....., . .l " 'J "'o h ono 01 tno most excep-
"landout on Z m 0 6easo- Mllu. ithea'a act aaid MLss Howard
The littlo h ny ijjij,
'o rnoahrni.P,Pe;',n,,f.ml1 a '"Tlanco of slago color and dls
"fPheum sucoLVk LTLnt .I'"c"o fc-owns any dancer has worn on tho
Li ,U1' "cation thS? .. "ea"ly' lno valentine costumo being such nn
"clmatl0 " Jn unit It oxcltcs women nicmhora of tlw nudionco to
'Mtnrc, or her proerM1 l co'nn'nt, Wlillo licr Valentino tlanco Is tho
w! o to ftllllclo'l,IB number caught tho popular fancy and
?e, unl,., it J"? '"ggeflt reception given any dancer that has nnneared
:.-'" act off 1 oTh. T- 1 -'ib numucr caugnt tno popular fancy and
?e, uni,Sa u bn ''l?K rocPUn frivon any dancer that has appeared
irv,lWtt, ftrtuu a1'10' f h-a Is a charming, graceful girl and
m of mv. Protego of 1'avlowa. she manifests that finish and
,h. "on- Her ac 1. riiCot.". from tho vcry ueat "ml n,0H' (-Klllod ln
h.. ,,0,k of brain. b,PlcnIldly conceived and assembled and suggests
,fr Mthfr .ir. m ?In'1 "howmanshlp, which Is no doubt supplied by
t ,uMal cuiuva iro"i"7?y' h0 travpIa ' inrt 'ho is a wjmaii
r- a exce lent uinii 1 .BClu .'". Tn dancer 3 assisted by Jossph
?.?."." Imagine hn'f"sp.cet of a" th best women singles ho l.an seen
lony ChP ln df.n&?iUrcd Clrlwho sings and jests and Imitate,.
lnUyn'Ja en,: ?lai rB an'onlshlng versatility, a vivacious per
l?UV.aVer,ll U "hat cVT deKh"uy infectious. The unanl
lw5f4. ou' at Sundiv- 3 ..,S lho beBt that has come wa'- "ho
If A'1, 'h'lamiy ihl8 iV'.nee rclullnff 1 'V8 letter and sang a song
JC?,0? nd did it tit-11 e?x n th0, Palm of hBr haml- stopped
CenP"!h Mywhere VrZ lc BHn lwt nlelit, an achievement hard to ac
h7a "i 69 hers. ci, """')' nara 10 uo in tno urpnoum. Th town
- !iri1 or you ),,.. r'" "here In the world have you bocn that w never
ko-?0,' 'ar out vniif. . 1 w ,ha' yu aro hr you can sUy a month
"B have decided nV '00,?0, n,,a "olan(1 was a hit, but Tulsa
I'drJ1,' re"ialndel J Ca''a "ovyard Is even better
r.erEi,b"n a comedlen I'?0W ,S R?.0,, Clara "arry- wlth rvllI whlt
iccTm; Fh Mng, 1 ,1,! no "mal1 amount of slago charm and ability
'""Paflle, and Ail"r.Irl,,n,';ngs with good effect, while her partner
... "rome and . wu" ner nt the piano.
stlfy cood cToC w1-1," JUi0 'ovt wl,h "A Ch,n Circus." is an
oet"wd aer"r.CIoalne act. Tho Orphoum News and Work and Ken ,
After they have lunched together
And ho has returned
To his office she turns him over
In hor mind. The smilo
Only covers his face
Are what make the body smile, and
Woe unto him who
Wears a Grouch
Smiles ready made or to ort'er
$35 to $80 I
J. A. OWENS
II EILB RON'S
201 South Main 11
Vassars really fit
V ASS A US :u-c knit to
Iiuk lho body, to fit
every curve. Washing,
wear, old ago, nothing can
change this fit. No wonder
so many want Vassars.
Very fine ones here for
Other VasEars $4 to $18.50
Fashion Park Clothiers
most every 0
as a victroia
After listening to the exquisite strains of an
opera, the enchanted hearer is eager to take away
for permanent possession some of its treasured
melodies. Formerly he had but the fading echoes
of his memory. Now he has the Victrola.
The experienced opera-goer knows that the
famous singers themselves are the best judges of a
musical instrument to reproduce their art. They
choose the Victrola for its beauty of tone, its truth
to life, its supreme musical quality. Their choice
should be your choice.
There arc Victrolas in great variety of styles
from $25 to $950. Any Victor dealer will gladly
play any music you wish to hear. Ncw Victor
Records demonstrated at all dealers on the 1st of
Victor Talking Machine Co,
Camden, N. j.