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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920
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UAIN oAVL HUUVtK T,rn
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VOTE COMES ON MAY 4 "'
ELECT NEW RAIL DIRECTORS
Homo Stale of .lohimon and
Rival Will Hold Primary;
) WII.I.IAM I'llll. II' H I.M.MR
( International Nrv Mervlro Htaff
' W.USIIINdTON, Aiull 12. -Ilfr-liert
Hoover li xlowly Iml surely be
ln pushed off Hi" ixilltlool limp.
Much In thn lesson of lint (not few
wek rnnd liy iixpertH In both Hit
TiiMdHy wrc.l, May I, In I'ullfor
lilii. thy predict, will It'll til" tillc
I'lthsr t lie nhvlmisly waning enthus
iasm fur III" former food minimis
Irmor will be revived by 11 victory
over Hfiimtor lllruni Johnson, else
thn din! nf t li 0 Hoover chapter Imn
cionin fur thl cnmiinlrtn (it least.
Ill California them mi- lull lun
candidates Heriiilnr lllutin Johnson
nnil Herbert Hoover. Moth 11 in lin
tl V11 suns. Two tlrridtM lnivil been
prepared, arm fur Johnson Mid our
lor Honvcr, fiicli hearing the mimes
( td rloIfglltOS.
Thn fight will be ns dean 11s n
whistle. Neither Kenntnr Johnson
nor Hoover will ni.ikc. speeches out
Ihcrc, nr will they send miy of their
lieutenants In stump the stuln.
TI10 roniilt. It In fe.lt nt HiIh itli-j
tnncu, will bo fairly conclusive.
JohnsoultoH hero urn thoroughly
confident limy Imvo thn Munition In
I111111I. Thoy point out that In Min
nesota. IIoiivit run fourth; In Mich-1
It-'ini n poor thlril, iiml ht Illinois,
whercus JiiIiiihoii piled, up 70,000
Votes, iiccordluir In thn 'latest flcurcs.
Iloovrr Rot u sparso BOO.
It Ih trim Hoover' niiinn wiih not
on thn ballot nnil II Iiml to bo writ
toll In, hut tli Ik 11I.111 appllnil to John
son; hi iiihiio hud to ho written In,
Tho report Hint Iloovcr'a imnm
win tint entered In time Ideally to
tin tint on thn California ticket wan a
misinterpretation f(f tho news that
Hoovor's registration afflilavlt iir
rlvoil too lata to entitle him to cnHl
his personal votn In thn primaries,
Ilonvrr'ii name will npnnr on thn
ballot precisely iih will Johnson's
A iion-purtUaii poll of California
editors token Just hoforo Hoover
threw hhi hat Into the republican
rltiK showed Hoover )ial consider
able strength In tho Mate, hut iiuist
ly among those who believed him 11
ilMnocnu. A1110111; 2.1 eilltorn ho wan
tho first rholco of I I for thn ilenio.
nn tic nomination nnlnt elltht for
MrAiloo nnil onn for llryan. He rn
eelveil three volen 111 tho republican
enliimn no Ilrrt cluilco and U votni
iih Heeoml r.hnlue.
Johnson, on thn other haml, pollmt
votex iih flmt vholco out of a to
tal of 1 eilltorn, (lenerul Wood
receiving 33 votes for flmt choleo.
Now that Hoover linn forsaken
thn ilnmocmtM to "ro over" to thn
rnpuhllcaiiH, It Ih logically expocteil
he will lone many of tho voten hn
won while tho peopln Mill thought
him a ilmununUi without winning 11
rorreiipondliiK uuintier from thn rw
tilibllcaiiH to make up for thn limn.
ThtiH iih Hoover'H streiiKth an first
eholcn caiulldatn of roputillRann and
deinocrntn comtilned wan only 17
MRalnHt Johnaoti'M 23, ti In uhanceH.
under the now order of thliiRB would
appear Kt 111 Ii-xh wlluu May 4 rolls
nround. Ortliodiix nieniberH of
both thn IiIr partlea here IiihIhI that
when Hoover ceased to be a "man
of mystery" and an "Independent
proKrenHlvo" and bernntn not only
a republican, hut 11 roRiil.ir republi
can, admitted they were wIIIIiir to
abide by the decisions of hlx party
leaders, ho committed political
They claim that o Ioiir iih he
represented political Independence
and proKrcsvlvlxm ho mailn a utroiiR
appeal o nil classed of Americans.
Now they say that apeat N roiic,
Hiuothered by Hoover himself.
The democratlo party. It Is pointed
out, cannot take hlm now, no mat
ter what happen and thn republl
can rcRUlaia say thoy won't have
hint under . a 11 y circumstances.
Hoover kiih he will not run as an
Independent caudldatu therefore In
tho opinion of old tlmnrH ' thili"
must soon be written after the fur
mer food administrator' political
)aiilii I'd Hold. MeiiliiR In Illinois
(It); Mr. Iliiilli'i ClioM-n.
TMPKUA, Kan. April It Al th
2uth Hnnunl liiekholdeis meelllifr nt
llie risntn f inllriiad eoiupiiny held
liefn toduy, seMi illreidor wero
e.eeted. Three of Ihe ni'ii'ii hud been
si'leclco dl'iii-'niH lo fill iiclen
allien the Inal nlorkholdeiH Ineel lri(,
by the lion 1 , of dlrerliim. The thiee
are l)r Allhnr T lladliy. New I In
yen. Conn, president or ,i ! mil
eriilly, siiiresarir to the 1, 1I1 K I1
lllplny, the til m ViIi1nk IUJ.1 I
A Jiilllnril, New Vork, sucreedliiR C
II. lira) rcHlMiied, term ixplrltiK
l!l!2 .Hid .1 1-. OHM, vlie-linslileiil
t'eiiirnl Trust loiiipiiiiy of Illlnoif
ChlrnKO. HllereeilliiR Ibe Into lll'llr
C, Krlik. t ci 111 expiring 1921.
The other four re e'e.ted lire II
KHmari lliiviil. New Vork, ugdin I.
-MlllH. New York, H T IllU.ie. I "III -eiiiro
ulid Chariot H (Heed, Topeka.
for a four-year term each
SEES MORAL REVIVAL NEED
Dr. i:ilot V'Acn ii.OMnithii .Man.
luteiiii'iu us Vny lo Sii'Iiit It.
IIOSTON. April TX "We nriH
denpeiiilily a Rreit rnornl revival In
II1I1 country and In co-operative
munaRcmeiil you havn ono of the
be! m.-.irii of hrliiRlng It about, '
declared I'teildent l-imerltiM 1 'harb'H
v. Kllol. of llarvaiil imlvernlly. to
inembeis of (hn National Cotton
Mariuf.icturem' amirrlatlon (oday
"We Hhould replace with Rood
will," he villi, "Hut pieseiit III will
and (here will he nn extraordinary
lr.cn ae In proiliirllnn. iy permit -Hub
the workeiH to share In the
inuniRiriient of factories and iuIIIm
you will 'rcto a sense of respon
Hllilllly which will be of untold val
110 to thn w'holn of tho counlry'M wel
fare. "Kiliirntlon Is the only hopeful
remedy for the prevent dreadful nil
ilullon The cirinlncf nei-dH vdil
catiou lis much as Urn employe"
FAT WOMEN REDUCE WEIGHT
Twenty U'liow AieniKii Weight Ih
'-".'() PoiiiiiU T11I.U Conr.so In CIiIiiiro.
CHlCAdO. April 22 Twenty wo
men volunteers, o f 11 11 averaRii
weight of 220 3-r. pouiidH, today
Htarted a (10 dayii coin so of iedui-lnR.
under tho direction of John will
HobortHon, health commissioner of
Homo particular;, long walks, pre
scribed dletii umt accepted reducing
exorcises will compitan their pro
gram for thn next Hlx weekn.
Tim 20 worn headed by n. five
foot, Hnven Inch housewife, who tip
ped the ucalcH nt. 32.1- -and looked
the part The other extreme of thn
linn wan hold by a 20-year-old Hteno
gropher, whoso Hid Hllghlly oVer
Htops thn boundH for a perfect 36,
ItrfliHTH .mIcI pi Mori In WiiaIiIiir.
ton Momlay to DImuhs Situation
WASIHNOTU.V, April 22i Hugur
I'eflnerM ti'iir,. ji.bn.l i,i.lnn l... it...
dcipartmnnt of Justlco to conn hero
lunjr if,r It C-Ollll'l-IMICO III IIIHOUMH
"ihn general Hltuation affecting
Hiigar auppllen and prices,"
Howard Klgir, asslHtunt to tho nt
lorney general In Cliarg.; of the
price reduction cninpalgn Kjild ho
fironoMf.il In Til:ltt 11 itillnllA.I mirl'mi
'if available Hiu-iir Mocks ami souices
llf lllllllv II lu llll.ln .J ..I....
tnn the foreign market, principally
una win 00 aiiioieu wnii a ltw to
Tho cork from hundreds of thou,
anils of discarded llfo prescnera 111
Ktiglaud U being remned to bo
iiHiiuiractuii.il into linoleum
Ni;V Y 1 1 K . April 21 Henry
Mosler 79 a well known artist. 1
deud here of heart disease
I'vi' never reached tho wealthy
My days I vn spent In toll.
No hall of fame will know my
Hut I've been "dono In oil."
- -McKrn .Maxwell, Akron Times,
You never get "Done" trading
The Siiuarn Ileal Htoro
ISO I'jist Thlril Street
llpposilit Hotel liiUa
Wp want every man
unci yomiK man to see
our new sprint? suits
now on display at this
store. We have them
in a wide variety of
styles and nt a price
to suit every purchaser.
Correct in style and
finely tailored, you are
sure to find hero the
very suit you have been
Come in tmlait uul nee
the values we arc
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN
PAPER USE LIMIT
Adopt Resolutions' to
Use No More Than
NKW Y'lHK, Mull 2i The
Am Mini ii Niwxi.inr publishers' ns
hii'I.iIIiiii today nilopli-il a resolution
i oriflMiirilng effmiH of labor 10 up
ply In Indiimrle of the eounlry any 1
teni or methods wherehy iHlmr
hall ill. lull- prliix .it whl"h Its em. 1
liloyers Hoods i hall In uriow n or
iiheroliy eniupelliiun shall ! stifled.
Another lesoliillon urMeil that thn
.ii hi in h rs of dully and Hu idy news,
papers usi no more newsprint In
l:i20 Hum they did In I '.M0 ITfiecn
hills petidlfiM I" 1 nngreiM eri eon
iei,ni(.i 11 x rfforlH In aliriilKe thn
In w fill enndiii I nf the h"WHpiiper
FIGHT ON SALES '
LEVY IS OPENED
' ONTINI CIl HI'iJI I'AUK UM-,
'OllllllltteelllMI lo postliilie II nllUI
April ,10, when t lif lompb'le ma
jorlty progrnin 1,11 soldier relief leg.
Islatimi Is expected to bo leady for
These four forms of taxes would
remain In effect two years ami the
ic publicans estimate that they
would net about II, K00, 000,000 for
soldier lellef. They will bu Incor
porated pi thn IokIhI itlon to bo pre
sented In the house May U.
CiiuimlHeeiuen Niild tho final
iigieemmil on Ihn relief hill, Includ
ing Ihn methods of taxation were
open to revision, but they predicted
that the four-fold plan of taxation
would not he otiatiRcd.
Treasury expirts working wiih
the republican committeemen, cm.
tlliuite that J 100,0110 000 a e ir will
"' 1 iw i I . I he x.llr H tlx I '"0
KM. nun from 'hi sin k exriiange
l , 1 1 un win om) from .1 2 per i"it
lax nn Hn' p.nt of Ineoiiiix exceedltiti
I . Mm iiol l.'iO.iinu.OOO by the I
la r nn' Im-reax. on tobuaeo tuxes.
'oiixiiinei' Mini I My.
' oiiiiiiilteeinen declared that re.
Hurdles of the form, the luxation
ultimate! won If be borne ,y Hie
'ofisuiner They estimated Hint morn
limn 70 cxrhHiis. IfieludlnR Willi
s'rn'. tin- f'hliiiKo briHrd of trad"
11 1 1 1 1 the New Orleans cotton ex
fhaiiite, would he afferted by the
lax on stoi-K trnnsiirUnns
The e,iet lew on Incomes? had not
been fixed, put lovmbern of the coin,
mlllee believe It will be 2 per cent
on the portion of income over
"Tho lniirMitx" iinnoiinced
Hint their stand uRalnst certain pro
visions nf the bill rind especially thn
to x fpulure was uHnltsrei, hut lead
er still predicted Ihal the original
plan lo In Inn Ihe bill before (he
house on .May t would bo carried
WMM'.SCU OVI.It.W.I, P.MIAIli;.
Sen orl "Cliew" I lull TvlU IMaii
for PrisiiMxIoii on satiiiila).
NKW VltK. April 23 Ten thou,
xa ml peisotis. nl least, will pariid'
hete on XHlurdsy In overalls, nr.
lording lo " -HuiatcH rnhiy by the
' 'In 1 w lull wlm h is fostering Hi"
I'lM. ngalii.t li'ish pMeex nf t lot 11
lug it rtlll la- an all overall" pu
1. 11I1, from llie poi.ci. who will head
the prucc-i-loii to the h.ind.i ami
mini lieii No advi rlisement of firms
Hi-llliiK owni. N will be iermltti;d to
be curled in tho procession
WILSON MAY NOT GO AWAY f
Mm Divide (o lleinaln on .loh 'lit
Wlilili:glon 'I lit iiughout Sii.'iniier,
Mr Intrf nitldnil Nf ftrrticf.
WAHIIIN(1T'), Antll 21 l'il
drnt Wlir.oii !h iiiixiouh lo remain n
The president has madn nildd
strides In phyeal Imprm emenl dur
ing the last two weeks and bus
shown mi li a deim to have full
graii ir the control of thn admin
truthm that ll I- now doubtful
"Vh'.lher he will leave Washington
for Ihe summer unless the h'-at tie
ome too grenl, It wan learned at
.ne while li'iiine Indav
The president Is appearing belter
1 1 1.. 1 . . . 1.... .u,.
i.ini in 111 ii-ui 1 i.ioiiiiiiiii ni.ih 11
1 ,1 ....... i.t 111....... 1
iii, uiiiv .on 1- 111 iiui'-nn, II v r.n
leirred from ir. flrnysnti. The. two
niM tlnirs which the pretldept has
held wtHi hl cabinet hive nrniiitcd
an enthusliiiini for work and hn It
now doing more of til" detail work
of (he chief 1 xeenllve than he Iiiih
done nt mi) time slni e Ii'h l.lr.fiK.
SUPPRESSES CRIME NEWSl
Ni'u .Maor of l-:i Ci ntrii, fol. Pro.
Iilhlm I'liblbulloii of llapiH'iiing
HI. IATIt ), r l , April '2 l).
!: i Hin, h. il-. J,l CentlOH new
mayor ha 1 n -liiiete I'll.ef of l'u-
lice in vor in iipiiieii a'l nws of I
a.-reMih ami rim -i
1 Of iniouiiiiiiiii im rMi.-iiionai
few of rriiiim does not In nne man
ner i.enefit the public." decl'irnl tho
m uor. "iiml In many way letidx to
lower the moral tone of tho com
Biggest Laugh of the Century
Coming to the Rialto Sunday
Mack Scnnett's New Five-Reel Sui)er-Comedy, "Down
On the Farm," a Hilarious Burlesque on Rural
Life Mixed With Melodrama and Thrills.
USE EYES WHEN
Take Tablets Without Kcar,
If Marked With the Safety
To get genuine "Bayer Tablets; of
Aspirin" you must look for tho
safety "Mayor Cross" on each pack
agn arid on cacn tablet.
The "Mayer Crosi" means true,
worlil-famniiH Aspirin, prescribed by
physicians for over eighteen years.
mid proved nnfo by millions for
Colds, Headache, Kurache, Tooth
ache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Neuritis,
and for I'aln In general. Propor
and safe directions 1110 In each un- !
broken "Mayer" package. 1
Handy tin boxeti of 12 tablets cost
hut a few cents. Druggists also sell
larger "Mayer" packages. Aspirin li
tho trade mark of Mayer .Maiiufuu- 1
ture of .Monnacetlcacldester of Hal-lryllraoJil.--Advt.
The biggest laugh of the century
that Is Hid way thoso who havn seen
It describe .Mack Keiinett's new five
reel super-comndy, "Down on tho
I'arm." which come to the Klallo
theater Sunday for a five-day en
gagement. It Is tho eoiiioily king's
latest and greatest effort In which
hn expended nil his genius for
making folks laugh. "Down on tho
Karm" Is onn continuous chuckle
from beginning to end a solid
hour of rlb-tlc kllng. uproarious
lauglitor. A glittering array of Sen
nett stitrn, all favorites with tho
great film public, appear lu the ctst.
I.oulsn l-'azenda, described na ".l
corn -fed beauty of rustic charms,"
Im the farmer's daughter for whoin
hand thn vllllan and thn h"-o battle
Harry (Irlbbou play the hero and
Jim I'M 11 1 ays on Is the vllllan. Marin
I'revost Is tho wife nf a poor vll
lnger, played by Men Turpln. Teddy,
tho famous Heuriett dog, does won
derful acting, and I'eppor, the cat,
Im also featured. Tho plot Is tinged
with melodrama, the vllllan holding
Ihe traditional mortgage on tho
farm and threatening to clamp
down with It unless thn farmer gives
hlm the fair I.ouIso'm hand In mar
riage. Kul I of Scnnott originality,
"Down on tho Karm" Is a master
piece of fun and everybody will en
joy ll. Advt.
of the Open
THE STOIIK Or QUALITY
319-321 South Alain
La Jerz Silk
They Are $10.00 Values
Here's a wonderful opportunity for the man who knows to
stock up on fine Silk Shirts; made of a fine grade of La Jens
Silk in tastefully striped patterns in a good range of colors.
Bettor get here early for the fellows who have ''been in" on
our past sales will grab these up quick. All sizes from M up.
See them in our windows.
Buy GOOD Clothes-That
Is the Way to Economy
THERE'S only one way to judge the value of clothes only
one way to be sure of economy. First cost has very little
to do with it. It's the amount of service you get from them,
the lasting style they have and the satisfaction you have of
being well dressed. So if you want to practice .real economy,
buy better rather than cheaper clothes. You'll find in the long
run that you've paid less and got more out of them.
WE HAVE good clothes and no other kind. Their goodness
isn't simply a matter of all-wool or correct style or fine
hand workmanship, but a combination of all these. We have
such clothes for men, young men, big men, small men, tall
men, slim men and men of whatever size or build. Seeing the
clothes is better than hearing about them. $40 up.
Vaid a n s ley
Jr rot Hers
The Very Best
WE can recommend
our complete line
of builders' hard
ware as the very best you
can buy at any price.
IF we couldn't do this,
we wouldn't be selling
it under the Dickason
Goodman pledge of de
B Dickason Goodman
THE YOUNG WOMAN
out in Lif
A woman s fondw hopo la to stay yonnc Sho often resorta to paints,
powders am cosmetics to hldo her years. Somn women psv larno earns to
so-called " Heautv Doctors" In tho belief that money will buy youth.
Others wear girlith dresses, thinltiiiR they can fool. tho world nbonl their
K!. Hot no ono ia deceived. Tho more you try to bide yonr ago tho
more it shows, v -
There is bnt one thinB that holds old rrp bock, and that is health.
Sickness and weakness bring old ago early in life. Dr. I'ierco's FavoriUi
I rescriptlon is a buildine-iip medicine fur women. It makes them healthy
ana strong when thev suffer frcm women's trouble". i tn. ii.nm ini i
ig by keening them well. It is a woman's tonic for the' frail, tho
StO and thoso who nrn nervnna !!. , nn.l 1 i 1 i. t
rlellrnfi nnil flioa.t irlm nm nn-.r..a .1:.... 1 1. 1 1 . 1
tfragging-Uown jains. Somti womep took it years ago and havn felt young
fiu i cr,B1"cc' wr. t iejcos ravoriU) I'rescription is altogether vegeta
ble. It is safe to take, and has been making sick wqmeu well for half a
century. Try it now. UtM or tablets. All druggists.
im.w.Mi' Crrij' Ks'-"Sofno time ago I sufTered with weakness and womsn's
trr-ible. I would suffer such pain and distress that I would have to glvo up, I
wm nearly a nervous wreck when 1 heard of Dr. I'ierco's Kavorltfl l'recrlptlon.
for women. I began taklnij It and Just threo pottles completely rell.ivet mn of
all this condition. I Imvo never had any return nf these ailment. I can reoonv
5cn.J.'y,,t.., rescriptlon' to women who suffer. "-M lis. om.ik DKAmnoKK,
no. 5JU May ntrect.
Send 10c to Dr. Tierce's Invalids' Hotel, N. Y., for trlsl packago tablets.