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TUI.SA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920
Piven for music teachers of the e'lte
in Oklahoma City yesterday by the
mute board of edutatlon. Music
-''.n Nnrth. Adolph Kramer. Mies
Irene Hoop. Miss F.ulalle Parks. Mrs.
D C. Acostn, Mrs C CI, tiplndler
and Miss Jeslo Clssne.
Californinn and Kricndh
Jubilant Over Pri
HOOVER Is SURPRISED
Sizo of Vote Under Circum
stances Remarkable 11c i
Says in Statement.
Campaign Manifesto to
Demand Action -Want
r.f taxation In order that the burden
run not innllniie to f'i.1 upon the
ui.rbitii a,wt Hit ennantnpr. hut that
(he so( isll&iHon
rl U o 1 1 1 e h
of all b lei'-
ulil next venr re-ei-.e '-red.t In high
hnol for all study d'.ne with prl-
Passport Invited to
' v.lte aci redltert niUMe insirucmrs. nr
war dehis may tie psl.l out of war QIVE CREDIT FOR MUSIC
pt'pfits of ihe profiteers
' A proii'ium iumenio in regard io ' ;
.mearnnl in. . ern. nf Including the lllgll h'liol I'nplls W IIMIriirflt I rm
.i ... i.. . ., I'riuilp In nit- hiti
Knowlee ! study under an accredited Instructor
i nrding to I'rofessor .lonn
Weaver, head of th Kendall coneer-
will ho regarded as part of the cur
vatory of mime who returned yester.
day evening .from Oklahoma City
riculum und credit given. i
Tulsa tea. hers who took thn ex-,
amlnntlnn in Oklahoma City ester- '
Stop quarreling with jourst-lf, Vso
World Want Ails to bring )ou liar-
the accredited msirurtnrs win it
ti.. .nMi .it., .i.mnnj iiini. hunii. f.Mvinf muair ihn.r whn twiiril the fxamtnation na
were Profeesor Weaver. .Miss
CONVENTION TO MEET
.SesHinn Will Open Saturday
in New York Forecast of
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HAMUSHUIIO. VS., Mn fi
"The presidential prefer'iue prl
msry hus tint nnlv disponed r.f Mi
Ilter politlc.-illv In 'iilif"rm i
but the. character nf the f.Rl'
made reveals Mr. Hoover Mr
Hoover really l." was the de .nrn
tlon of Fenntor lllrarn J'iluii"ii
The California candidate fur "he
republican nomination for pi est
dent, visited Governor Hproul il'ir t
lr ii short suy between train mi
Ills way tn WnnliliiRtnii I In said
he hml received word from full I
forntn that Indicated li let ninJorii j
over Hoover In the primaries yes 1
terday would run beiwren 1&0.000
HAN mANClHCO. Mnv f. If I.
Carnahnn. western campaign iimn
iiRer for Senator Hiram W. .Inhn
ion today Issued the following state
ment In comment upon ynttrrda-M
stAtewl'te. prtsldrntlal prnfi'i imllal
"Hiram Johnson ban srnred the
greatest triumph lit the history of
California politics. Hoover' oppo
sition In California has nerved the
one useful purpose nf demonstrat
ing to the country how thoroughly
Hiram, Johnson's Achievements urn
appreciated by his own people."
NHW YOIHf. May fi. Herbert
Jloover Issued u statement liero to
day In which ho exfiessed aiirprlne
that "under the circumstances mi
large a vote should have been cant
In California for thn delegates fa
voring my nomination.
"For my friends, In entering my
name. Introduced no pergonal Is
sue but asked nn opportunity to
register a protest at Senator John
son's oxtreino opposition to any
league to prevent war and reduce,
firmament," said thci statement,
"With ii Kroup of nmntcur clubs
only a month old, they were, of
course, hnndlcappcd In opposing
thn regular party organization, but
the real Hltuallnn la that tho peo
ple of California have been much
torn between their loyalty and
friendship to thn senator for hla
able rescue of the elate during hla
governorship from vlclotm corpora
tion control, and hla too narrow
vision nn our International necessi
ty. The fact that In these circum
stances morn than a third of thn
party proleated against this latter
view should 'strengthen the sup
port of tho republican majority In
. ny WILLIAM PHILLIP SIMMS .
(International ws Herflcn Staff
WASHINGTON', May Hiram
Johnson now han a strangle hold
on his considerably perturbed party
as the reault of yesterday'H primar
ies In Indiana nnd California, corn
In? us the.' did atop a aeries nf
victories, both literal and moral,
piled up during the past few weeks.
This la the view taken hern
among member of nil parties after
analysing tho returns from Tues
day's battles In the middle west
nnd on the Pnclfia coast.
The 110 tho senator from Cali
fornia will put his mlvantaun to,
however, has set tho polltlclanu
here jruestilng. Whether ho 'will
Insist upon heading the ticket
PAUIS. Mix Jem l.nnitiiet,
lender nf the minority hoi l.ilml In
the rhninber of deputies, whose
passport In visit Amerlnt ihe slate
!.. p.irlllirtll refllneil to Vise. Itt
today his proposed trip rmd been
lit Hie Invitation nf th "Amerlrnn
socialist parly with he.idiU;irtei In
Clili ago," uliero he was In hum de
livered ,i series of lei tures.
f IIICAMO, May I.- Jean l.on
Kiiet, tin. French em lallst wis In
have altendeil the socialist rnmeli
tlon at New York and later cam
paign for thn parly's iinmlnee who
Is enpei'ted lo lie Hugene Delia, ac
cording lo an announcement made
by socialist headquarter hern some
time a go.
named at the Chicago convention
or accept the vice presidential nom
ination, playing second fiddle to
Senator I'hllunder Knox of Phila
delphia ii m linn been suggested, In
Inured circles, or tukn thn bit In
his teeth and boll unless given
what ho believes thn showing he
mndn In his campaign entitles him
to, nobody seems to know.
Johnson's smashing victory over
Herbert Hoover In California
clinched thn senator's grip nn those
elements within thn (1. O I', which
would control the destinies of tlm
party nnd It Is nverywhere admitted
today that whatever happens at
Chicago nothing will be done with
out first reckoning with lit m.
Many people express surprise
They believed Hoover would make
a far better showing against John
son In California than he did Few,
thought ho would carry the state
but hla friends apparently held to
the sincere belief that ho would
give Johnson tho men of his life I
and make the finish so close that It
would virtually amount to a vie
tory for the former food ndmlnls 1
M;V YflRK. Mav 6 -A fnreuisl
of ihe Insues lhat will flture In the
lampaiRti ni.iiiifento of the sk l,ilit
minimal i onveniinn opening here
next Haturil made public Innluhl
r i n S'irlall'it hi-ailn.il ii lets, InrliidcH
demands fur reingnttlnn nf o le
Hui.i lh" independence nf Ireland
and ''f d'crmlnatlon for small ni
iiomiiuex whose will Is now being
infi-a'ei hv Im perla list powers"
' I his manifesto." a statement
mid. "will he In addition to Hie
li'Killnr rr i laratlnn of peimanent
sniiallst principles and within Hie
party Is distinguished frmn that
ilecisrallon hv the name nf immedl
ale demands ' '
Other features nf Ihe rnanlfentn,
according to announcement, iiic
"(!ondi'innatlnn nf the dominant
parties for their failure tn meet the
political, social ami eionnmlL prob
lems of Ihe day.
"Arraignment nf the administra
tion for Ihe wiping nut nf civil lilier
ties, a demand lhat nppresMlnn and
violence reuse and that constitu
tional rights he tcstoreil
"A demand fur leleam nf all politi
"Condemnation nf the league of
natlniiH H'bemo and a demand fm a
treaty of peace which shall not lie a
breeder of war and u bulwark nf up
"A demand for the repeal of Ihe
espionage net, under which no spy.
but hundreds nf persons holding
opinions differing from those of thn
admlnlstiatlnu at Washington have
been sent In prison
"Denunciation of lyrannv nf thn
postnfflcn department, with a de
mand for thn ending nf practices
which have prevailed In that depart
ment under I'oslmasler Clciicral
"Demandn for Immediate and dras
tic steps 1 l eti I profiteering.
"Demands for a driistL revision
WA8HINOTON, May K, Denham,
Texss, 6,0(16, Increase 3 1 8 or 7.1 per
Marlon, lnd 23,747, Increase
4,3118 or 32.7 per cent.
lronwood, Mich., IS, 730, Increase
3,918 or 22,8 per ceul.
Kast Ornngo, N. J., KO,5S7, In
crenso IB, 21(1 or 47.2 per cent
Junxsutawney, I'n., 10,311, In
crease 1,253 or 13,8 per cent.
1'lancH In South role.
LONDON, April 38. From 12 tn
14 airplanes will be taken nn the
Terra Nova, the ship which John L.
Copp will fit out for his expedition
to the south pole.
riirenologNt. nml Cliarnctor
ltcjulcr it III mi at 117 Smitli
(ilnclmintl for n short time.
A lift' rending villi nmkn jou
Discriminating Men Wear
The Undergarment for Sheer Cool Comfort
lflltlQifiniDOilY rie liamG an underwear
lrl UtlolliyUJLLir that g:ivcs such unvarying
satisfaction in fit, comfort, washability and durability that
it is justly one of the most popular makes of undergarments.
Munsingwear is made for men in
every desired size and style and in
several weights and fabrics each the
best that can bo provided for the
Knitted Fabrics $250 up
Woven Fabrics $1.25 up
Regular and Extra Sizes
Long and Stout Sizes
There's a right Munsing garment for gouno matter the size of
your person or purse.
Directing special attention to
the quality of our silk shirts
YOU know there are two kinds of silk shirts, one kind that is almost always sold at reduced prices, the
other kind the sort we have seldom if ever reduced in price. Most any man can give the reason.
But that is beside the point we're getting at. We want you to see these new silks and learn of their remark
able quality. That is the outstanding feature and the point that really interests you most.
NO SINGLE maker could produce all of the beautiful designs and rare colorings you'll see here. Man
hattans are among the best of them, but many others of similar quality. Rich new Jerseys, Broad
cloth, Peau do Empire Crepes, Pongees and others without end. Plain white, striped and other effects in
every shade. Sizes to fit any man.
Purest silks at $11.50 and up
Fine madras shirts
TJl OR real service you won't find any shirts so good as those
new madras, percale, soiesette and other fine materials.
Justus beautiful as shirts can be. Great stocks of them from
Manhattan and other good makers. All sizes, sleeve lengths
and either soft or stiff cuffs at $4 up.
New washable ties
'OW that vests must be laid aside you need some of the
new washable neckwear to harmonize with vour summer
suit and shirts. Complee stocks here in the new narrow shapes
of fine cotton, mercerized and pure silk fabrics that will not
fade in the wash. Prices range up from 50c each.
Edwin Clapp Oxfords for
,etd a n sky
Stratford Clothes Arc Style
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Than Our Fighting Blood
Physical Fitness Our Sole Re
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Is absolutely worthless. That Is
why our (treat army was mads up
only of men who were without the
sIlshtRst physical defect.
Hut there, is a constant warfare
closer home, that you nre vitally In
terested In. It Is the warfare of
dlsenno asainst your health, a
MruRKle that Is always coins on.
and one for which you must always
keep your system prepared.
And your blood supply Is the
fortress upon which you must de
pend, If It is Kept pure and free
from any weakening Influence, the
semis of rilhMse cannot find Inds
mem, but are promptly expelled.
Hut you should take nn chanceb
with this mainstay of defence. Im
purities are liable to creep Into
your blood and so weaken your sys
tem that It Is unublo to resist even
the most ordinary' ailments. This
means the beginning of the attack
which will result in the undcrmln
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balance to suit buyer.
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