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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1020.
KENNEDY NOT TO
BE A CANDIDATE
Nominee of the 0 sago
Doctor Asks Them to Cast
Ballot for Strongest Re
publican on 11th.
a c Kennedy, who on Mon
indorsed by the ,OsnBo
' Lr renubllc.in convention lit
S'lhiiikV ror deleirato to tho Chi
Ttl hn?lntlon, Inst nlfiht told The
,Wi thtt e had withdrawn from
ll'l J ami I would not Mk tho First
istrict convention at Clarcmoro .on
Ximry 11 to voto for him.
"itoSSm.tted the followlnR slBned
JiVment to Tho World, releasing
friends from their endorsement,
lid i Kin" them to voto for tho very
, .ininiraln nrcsontcd
,f firciaromora mectlnc Ills
Attraent In full follows:
To the republican dolojrates who
.stmbl at Claremore on February
2i..,i t- thn nnrnnsn nf select-
iMhe 'delegates to tho republican
'H. .. ......nnf nn In tin linlil nt
CMcaso on Juno 8, for tho purpose
of nominating tho candidate on tho
republican ticket for tho president
it the Vnlted States:
tAf ihn Interests of tho republi
can raw and of tho utato of Okla
homa, morn especially for tho In
tereitii of tho republican party na
tionally, In order that they may se
lect tho best candidate that may be
sreeenteJ at tho convention for tho
interests of tho republican party as
whole, and for tho interests of
erery American cltltech of tho United
States, I licroby thank tho delegateH
cf my own homo county, Os.iro
county, for their complimentary In
fraction for my candidacy for delo
rite to tho national -convention at
Chicago, but circumstances provent
Inc by being n actlvo candidate, I
hercoy roicaso mo ueicgaics irom
raee county, who havo been In
fracted for me, and they may be
free to act on their own best Judg
ment 4s to who shall bo tho delegates
thit attend tno convention to select
U candidate for tho next president
-f.the United States, tho delegates to
reelected by tho First congressional
dairict convention at Claromoro on
February 18, next, believing no po
litical cllquo or any national com
mitteeman's faction or this conven
tion fhouhl dlctato to or prejudice,
er Instruct, any dclegato In casting
nil tuiu lur uiu ut-m. i.iiiiuu.iio ioh
represent tho republican party and
(he United Slates.
"Any candidate who attempts (o
U elected to select this great nom
inee, who has been ono duy for one
prudential candidate and for no
candidate on another diy, and for
ar.jr ono and anything In order to bo
elected a delegate Is not tho proper
kind of a republican to bo a dcle
Htefrom tho First congressional dis
trict to seloct tho candidate for tho
neit president of tho United States.
"I hope that all tho delegates at
tending thU convention will bo freo
to act and voto tho namo na tho dele
gates from Oriago county In reaching
'heir conclusion. Their wisdom will
be ray pleasure.
(Signed) "S. G. KENNEDY."
Labor Tnx Not Understood.
The federal child labor tax Is not
understood by all Oklahoma employ,
"according to Mra. Kandolph
-. ,, uln Biai0 department ol
Wtor. who, with her husband, is
tpendlnc tho week-end with friends
li this dty. Mrs. Elliot will be In
sapulpa during tho week to solve
jsne child labor problems. Mrs.
Hllot was well known In Tulsa ns
Mil Ethel Billot. Her murrlago took
UHI n TlAf COD TDIAI lapuliia iml.l notified l.v other tur
IIULLf I VYU I UrV I lrtLi l i Mr. -aid . did tint now kivnv
Nulty, wife of M. J. McNulty, will be
ninll ?l V'" ".oly J'n'nt-T Catholic
church nt y o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. .Very Ilov. John ii. Mnirimr win
(f crate nnd burial will bti in the
I.,,0V l anilly Catholic ccmotcry. Mrs.
McSulty died Friday.
Tho body of Hay Crooks, 171
bouth Olymtilii. In uvm Tut. ,..
shipped for burial to finrlnirfleld.
mo., Inst night by the Btanley-Mc
Ouno Undertaking company, Mi
Crooks, who was an employe nf the
Cosden lleflnlng company, died yes
terday morning. lo Is survived by i
wife. . .
J. fl. Daniels, who died yesterdny
omrnlng nt the Ksthcr apartments
Fourth nnd CHcycnne, came hero ro- 1
cenlly with his wife, from Mnsnchu
etots. No funeral arrnngemcntn will bo
mnno until rolattven nrrlvo from
.Miller nnd Wjntl or Went TiiI-ct Are
Ilounil Out to District Oiurt
on Hog Stealing Clinrjrc.
I that either of the other defendant
were responsible for the theft of the
histlrn Maxey dl-nllwed HaUcr on
the ground that the stato lufd li"'
proven it case against him. nn( held
W'VIltt nlld Miller under their ttrnnetit
advise- pu"d until Monday.
Wlth 10 pairs of revolving 'disks
IT IS A MAN SIZED JOB
Iti'turiMNl Soldier l imit It llnnl to
(id IIU 1 ti 1 1 1 1 1 to Amcilca
(Hie lurRo slued man's Job nttnlts
the persiiii uhii will umtcrtnko to
Tnklng tho rntite under
mvut lo nlloiv the defendants liberty
on their present IkiiuIs, the iirellmi
nary hen ring of Oooar Miller, M
Wyatt nnd James Maker, charged
wllh tho larceny of a hog, win cun
duded yeslerdny before Justice H. V.
Sliwey when the court held Miller , " " 'dreo
nrd Wjalt for trial nnd discharged I nnnrp poinied nigs on the lienrlng The tinn. who was In the Vnlted
llaker. I surfaces of tho rear wheels make a utile n niv rifmnK exrmptl'in In
f-am AMtttifn of West Tulsa testl- new farm tractor practically walk the rift i ill ntlhvmh entitled to
fled that a hog found In a pen owned' over tho ground. exemption w.imo (,f bis fullnr.i to
a static electric machine hai been ) carry out the wWirs of a clilten or
i. ,.n. i.. .i... .. ii this city S u.its it Ituiwlnn by birth.
,m,,i. ii, iuiiv liiuv una uuvt'iti iuii i ..... . " . , ..... i
to America his wife nnd two chll-
I eeome tiuturnllred. has reliitneil to
the I'nlteil Ktates nnd now seeks to
have hruuuht to this cmititrv Iiim
A local nttorney In this city, II. I..
Klst, to whom the lunn appealed last
week, nald that he was offered
M.OOO to bring the womnii and rhll
dicn. now in Kiev, to America. The
nltornev, having himself been In the
aimy nnd npnrtalltiK the rundl
lions existing In Hussla nt this time,
turned down the appeal from hi
lirnllier iit aiins, It Is certain, m
cording to the nttorney, unit any
lone with a liking for adventure
might earn the reward, hut ns for
the lawyer, ho rub ho doesn't need
(he money Hint badly.
MISSING CAR IS RECOVERED
Youths ltroiiglit Vril Hen. Two
llctcrlluK Handle II.
A ('. Fisher of Mulberry. Ark.,
tniled heme last m.ht with his
l ord NtitomoMlc, M Imd been
brought here l.v J.eiier I'lber, his
sun ,md .Strrltl.fr Hljtn
Aeeordlng to Deteclivo J V. Jiiijs,
llio boys attempted to sell their
father's ear to htm for J 100 lie it
mediately get In touch with 'he
lltliers, nnd they ndvlseil him t"
hold the car until Mr. Fisher, r
enine here. Hn did so, nnd lool t'is
llreiiKo tug with him. Whim he wii
nwny the cltv detectives lo'iiltd thn
car and seised it, turning It ov. r
to thn owner Inter As far as can
ascerlnlncil, no airtms wore made
Norwenla.il fwihernien ue mlrro
phones sustiemled from their b ia s
In locale silinuls of fish In souml
from tho witness on October 11.
119. Tho complainant n!i stnted
that a man, who failed to appear In,
court as a witness, had wen Haker
iiii.l Miller take tho hog from tho
,M ns ut Sapulpa.
f....nhli.MI. , , Jll'l, K'lllilllB lUr OlIlinVIL, OC
Massachusetts. Mr linn el nn i -...i t.' ,u , .... '.
aviator during tho war, , Ce of tho sto'en hog In his pens nt
'Just like the Clean
ers and Dyers of
Tulsa who have
formed an Assn.,
get together, talk
conditions over and
each offers sugges
tions for the better
ment of the indus
"The next day we
all see who can turn
out the best grade
fwork and get the
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The Beauty Parade
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Gladys Leslie in "The Midnight Bride"
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