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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1020
llcGraw Thinks General
Has Bright (Jhance lor
ON THIRD BALLOT
Considers Michigan Result Nc
Harometer in Casting
IlV OKOIIQK W. SUMMEH8,
WAHiri.S'OTON, April IB. 'Tlierr
, noboiiy pIso In tlio race," bum
Bjairnn J icura 'i ukuuioiiiu,
tnntiinnir hero today o: tlio candidacy
!ot Cell, Leonard Wood for tlio
iirwld'-ni-v. Mr. McOraw In not only
ii cn-ber for Oklahoma of tlio rrpub-
I.ntl national commiiicu, uui no in
nr.n vn m cnainiiiwi ui iiiu m mm
lliampnlpn commltteo. Ho rrwiio oVt
ll'ipm HIS niail'iuiiriura in iuw Mini
y ronfer with boiiip or tlio Wood
ii!VI'ra ,lCrx' nr"' i'Xprced complete
iW.4:i.-iction with thu ultuatlon and
fM'oWo confldenco In the nomln.i
IfAlon of fleneral Wood,
I am not nt nil discoursed ly the
rsii;t n .Mioincan," sam .nr. ;mc-
draw Condition In that Btato worn
different from thoso In any other
na;e In the Union, nnd tlio result
wlil not ho duplicated anywhere
,!se (in tlio 27th of this month tnc
pumarb'S of Ohio, New Jersey and
vmichusetts will ho held and t mil
cctJln that In both New Jersey mid
M.wacl i srtts Fotlil Wooil dcloRa
tiom v..l bo elected, while In Ohio
j believe we shall break even. From
the information I have It w my eon
M.nt onlnlon that General Woon
has of the 300 delegates already
elected moro than 200 pledged to
"On the first ballot at the o:ilcano
rnnven'lon. (Jenerul Wood will li-.ifl
l,v a biff margin anu i uenevo n
will be nominated on tlio third or
"N'ew KnBland will practically bo
fi'Id for Oeneral Wood nnd ho will
hive a larco majority of tho dele
vales from the southern states.
fl "In Oklahoma I am confident Im.r
'ihn rtelei'.illon will bo for Wood, and
the whole of Kansas will support
"Kverywhero General Wood coes.
In crowds flock to seo and hear htm
u they would to hear tho president,
It It evident from tho enthusiasm
General Wood arouses everywhere
that he Is the cholco of tho people.
And t am .strong In my belief that
the Rtnoral not only will be nomi
nated but that ho will bo elected by
a greater plurality than any cand:
ilate for president ever received,
"Of course. I know that at this
time It is the field against Wood,
but Instead of bolng a disadvantage
that fact In tho end wilt do great
tnt.. ..... . .
viijr .mm. menus win regret 10
hear that Mrs. Walker Is nulto III.
Mrs. Karl Tiffany accompanied by
her mother, Mis. Hurah Gamble, loft
Wednesday for Vlnlta. where thoy
will visit relatives.
Mrs. r J. Feeler of Clnrkesburg
est Virginia, la In tho city, having
been summoned on account of tho
Illness of her mother, Mrs. I M.
Mrs. T. D, Clague, who has been
spending tho nast two mnntlm in St.
trills, has returned nnd wns accom
panied uy ner sister, Mrs. I II
Mr. nnd Mrs. Warren Alexander
nnu daughters. Misses Alice nnd
Florence of Waco, Texas, arc visit
ing in me nonic or Mrs. Alexander's
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Green.
Mr, and Mrs. Ktnteno Norton will
leave Saturday for tho cast. They
win go i" .ew vorx and later oiner
iminm, prooamy returning via a
routhorn route, visiting cities of tho
gun coast slates.
Mrs. Joseph If, Ilovalrd, who has
been visiting In tho homo of her
relatives, Mr. anil Mrs. It. A.
Griffith, left early In tho week for
Independence. Kns whero she will
visit Imforu returning to her homo
Mrs- Com Mose, president of tho
i.inusoy circio w. v, T, U. of Ulxby,
Okla.. was In tho city yesterday en
route homo from tho regional meet-
1"C. W. C T. T7., held Wednesday
In llartlesvllln and while hero was
tho guest of Mrs. I.llah 1). I.lndsey.
Mlsa TJdna l'yto, general secrctnry.
Y, W, C. A.. Mrs. J 1). Hlchnrds,
Mrs. N. W Mnyglnnls, both of tho
local Y. W board, and Miss lillxabeth
llourland, left .Sunday for Cleveland,
Ohio, whom Vtoy will nttend the na
tional conference, Y W. C. A.
Jnnc Addamn Chautauqua circle
will meet In tho library.
Drama I.cagno will meet with Mrs.
A. Hay Wiley.
Student's Medial, auspices Ilyech.
ka club In tho publlo library.
Joint meeting Women's .Auxiliary
and Trinity Guild with Mrs. Charles
Havener. 2:30 o clock.
The ladles' lllble class of the First
Methodist church will hold a meet
ing Friday afternoon nt 2.30 o'eloe
w.th Mis. J It. Lewis. 614 Hcmtli
Gillette, at which time an attractive
program has been arranged.
Invitations have been Issued to an
Informal party to bo given by the
patronesses of tho four girls' circles
of the First Presbyterian ohureh in
tho home of Mrs. J. O. Campbell,
1SK South Cheyenne nvenuo on
Wednesday afternoon from 3 to t
April 2$. Mothern of tho girls nnfl
fpcclnl frlcpd are to bo guest.
this week of tho Mon.
lay Study club. The j rectum was
on Holland, the following taking
part: MesdameH W. 13. Thompson,
C. It. Vlers and Mrs. J ! Thomp
son, Tho election of officers for tbn
r Mining year resulted as follows.
Mis. J. C, Woolsey, president; Mrs,
J. W. Moote. vice president; Mrt,
David Goodall, secretary-treasurer!
Mrs. J A. Green, reporter; Mrs. V
C. Connolly and Ms. "W. K. Thomp
son, flower committee. After a soc
Ul hour tho club adjourned to meet
ntxt time with Mrs. W. C Connolly
I'lonetrV Dinner. ,
A 'Tlonecrs' Dinner" will be) one
of the great social features of the
biennial convention of tho General
Federation of Women' clubs to tin 1 1
held at Dos Moines June 18-33. The.
dinner Is schedu'ed for Saturday
evening, Juno 19, and It will bo one
of the most Interesting and Insplr
ing functions of tho ontlro conven
tion, for It Is, nnd lion been for years. I
one of the red-letter events of every
Mential n.eitliut of the uriranlzatlmt
l'Sver since tho early days a special
banquot lion been given to those
pioneer women who caught tho vis-
Ion of service through tlio great
womnn'n club movement and hnvii
led In nit tho great reforms which
havo brought n broader exprcsalon
nnd understanding of llfo to all
women whether they belonged to
womans's club or not livery woman
around thnt special board will wear
ii silver rrown and have a serenity of
expression that will be a benediction
In Itself regardless of any spoken
word one may hear nt Mia banuilet
Mnndav Htud Club. Facing tho sunset of life, with the
1. H. Scranton wiu hostess toTpurple twilight written in their feu.
lures una Hearing every rnarK or n
well-spent life, tley will fill every
one present with mingled awe re
sport and admiration I'nelug the
west, with llfo triumphant radiating
Itifpliatlou for ei-nlce for nil women
In tho noontide of life, who have
taken up tlulr tasks The illtine
this year, promises to be one of un
usual Inlen st
Scutriiml for Tniller Ttiofl.
Filtering n plea of guilty before,
district court jesterday on tho
charge of stealing a tiallir triicl
from the Ohlnkla Oil company In
this cbf Dee 31, HMD, It. C Doyle
wns sentenced to servo ono year nnd
one day in the state peullenlbiry by
Judge lledmomt S Cole Doylo was
one of the 17 prisoners who esenped
from tlio county Jail Fob, 13 of this
I'li-iids tilillly to Auto TlM-ft.
t'lendliig guilty to tho chnrgo of
nutnninhllei larceny, "Dock," alias
Arthur lliuker, yesterday wlthdiew
Ills former plea of not guilty In dis
trict court nnd will bo renlenced by
Judge Hndmonil H. Colo on April
19, Darker nrimltled stealing u
Ford car from O. r Morcer of
llroken Arrow, Oct. 22, 1919.
Itnbcrt A, .Molllrney
Funeral Dlrertor. 1'hono 45(1 131
913 South Main Advt
CONTINUED FROM ritnCKDINO TAOB.
Mrs. II. O. Weavor, who underwent
n operation recently In a local hos-
flal. is recovering nlcoly.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Nicholson
havo moved to Ft. Worth. Texas.
where they will reside In tho future.
Mr. and Mrs, S. Iloss Gammon
are entertaining Mrs, Gammon's
parent Mr and Mrs, Charles Paul
Kendall of Dnnls, Texas.
Jr. and Mrs, M V Walter of tho
vtaixer apartments announco tho
COmlntr nf n rtnili'htfe nn Mnnrlfiv
April iJ, who will bear tho nam-j of
por baking cooking
shortening ue .
rtgaco an ideal mar
garine. Every carton bears our
Buaranlee, which ia your
Mde !n a white tile, sun
lit churnery, Vegaco
come to you swext, pure
"OT Bit Bitter Ti.tei At Ci."
Sold by dtaUn
CROWN MARGARIN CO.
SL LouU, Mo.
1.07 , I:. nn,t st.
TL LS., OKI...
A Tremendous Sacrifice
Owing to strike conditions that have prevailed all
spring, we have an overstock of $20,000 in
merchandise which must be sold
That sold for $75
$95 Suits Priced
$125 Suits Priced'
Wg have 50 Coats in
stock that sold from $75
to $175 to clear at a dis
Including Taffetas, Geor
gette Crepes and Trico
lettes. .Dresses that sold
at from .$50 to $75
250 spring models that formerly
sold at $15. (Jn flf
250 Hats that formerly sold
150 imported models worth
Come Early and Make Your Selections
Sterilized by Ultra
violet Rays. No' Germs
Spring Time Clearance Sale
of Exclusive Millinery
b'cores and scores of new and clever designs are Included In this
rale. Prettily trimmed Mallnes, Dcghorns, Mitans and Sport
Hats beg to parade on the boulevards.
All Spring Millinery
Thero are no old stocks rep
resented In our displays
everything Is correct for the
1920 season. Prices show
discount of V OFF.
All Children's Hat.
Bhown aro splendidly de
signed and accentuate youth
ful glrllshnew. There are
ribbons and flowers galore,
and pretty nhaptj, too, Your
choice, H OKI".
BOSTON HAT SHOP
321 SOUTH BOSTON
SPECIAL OFFER FOR
Friday and Saturday
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN PRICE
Every New Mode and Fabric Is Here
Genuine Georgette Blouses
122 South Main First Door North From Second
We Make This Offer
Paint half your house lead-and-oil, the olhcr
half DEVOE. In three years the lcad-and-oil
half will be hungry for more paint, with
,DEVOE still sound.
If not-we'll GIVE you enough for. the whole
TULSA DECORATING CO.
IVi Soulli llouldi-r
A WOMAN FEELS BLUE AND UNHAPPY
Bho is a "bundle of
nerves," aufTcrs from head
ache and backacho, all out
of Borta, from girlhood to
Tho modern younp;
woman in often "high
utrunR" emotional lion
fainting spells in frequent
ly bltio and dkiati.iGcd
with lifo. She should bo
helped by n tonic and ner
vine that luuj lecn nold by
druBRtata and proven Bucecnefal for over half a century, nnmely Ir.
I'iercc'n Favorite Prescription. If you wmh to give it a trial send 10
contfl to Dr. l'icrco's InvalitU' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial packago
of Tavorite I'recription tablcta.
Knsas City, Kanii.--"Vlif!n I was a pirl jtiirt coming into
womanhood I bocumo nil run-down, weak and nervous. I wa.i
pale aa deatli; my people became very much alarmed Uionpht t
wan (jriiriK into a dcclino. My mother took mo to our druggist
and asked him if ho could recommend Rome medicine that ha
thought would x) good for my case. JIo told her to try Dr.
Pierco'H Favorito Prescription and she did. I had only taken it a
fihort time when I began to improve and it waa not lonxr when C
waH woll in the boat of health. I have hinco Ubn Vsvohtn
Prescription' during expectancy and found it a wonderful help."
MIS. HULL (J AM .MON, 2910 Roosevelt Ave.
AfxhiBon, Kaiw. ."About twenty years ago I fhsfcwncncl
taking Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription. Tl first hatt dozen
do!i gave mo grent relief and by the time I had finifjbed the firat
bottle I felt htrorigor than for a long while. Sine then I have
taken thw medicine whenever I have felt run-down, weak or
nervoua and it has always given me tho desired relief. I am very
?lad to recommend 'Favorite Pracription' as a woiaan'u real
riend."--MliS. IDA TICfiiNEU. 1118 & 10th St,