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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 0, 1920
EDITORS CHOOSE !
Miuy,.wmbfr hv.,WMo,tta.i.j,t tiitGET INTO CONGRESS RACE
Pawhuska' Man Elected
at McAlestei, Session
MEET NEXT AT EL RENOi
Officers Elected at Meeting
Yesterday New Presi
dent a Hustler.
M AIJ:STi:ii, Oklu, Miiy S 1,1'
lleno u.l he th' next tncMltiK piiicij
i.f tile UkUhuina I'rcM nnsoi mt,on, ,
i was il(oi(1t'tl .it tile coin i .itioti
line today. Offltern ihohoit arc
rreitidelit, Itli-hunl Kliim, Pawliunk ,
ice pi eslilcnt, J Newland, l'red
rrlek; second vice reUlcnt, I. II.
.Myers, MiAlrslcr; third vlco print
dent, Mis. I.ury 1.. Kaston, Cli.vlta
iidoru, Bcrretiiry-trcuimrcr, K. S.
Hi onsen, IA Hono, re-elected. !
PAWlllHKA, May 8. Ulclinrd
Klu in, newly elected president of the
Oklahoma St.ilg I'lVbh axsoclatlon, In
ono of tho licit known newspnpor
men of Oklnhoma and hus frleftilH In
every part of the Mate. 1 1n win horn
in Illinois, coiolMK ot Okluhomu from
the Wichita Heacon In 1914 to bo
i nmi half owner and editor of the
l?nld Dally Now, lie mado a sue
ceus of the News, sclllni; out In 1918
to ko to war.
In December, 19 IS, ho .purchused
thrco papers In I'onca City, merglnc
them Into thn I'onca City Dally
News, of which paper ho still Is
president. In 1919 ho sold part of
his Interest In tho I'onca City News
nnd moved to Vawhuaka, wliern ho
founded the Pawhuska Dally Capital
of which he Is owner.
Mr. Klam has been ono of tho
nctlve men In tho Oklahoma Proas
association during tho past flvo
vcan. Ho lias served on tho exBCU
tlvo committee for several yearn.
next yeui mo ncnu oi wiai nepari-i
mint announces. The nre l'rof. I
IiOUl Allen riilverslty of Illinois,
appolnled nsnlstnnt professor In
l'rrtiell. .Mlsrt (lladys Harnes, now
tiMihititr In Oklahoma City Inch
Hi'hixil, to be Instructor In KpanUli.i
ind .Mini Delia ItrunMettcr, Ml Itenoi
hlch nrhonl, assl'itant In 1'iench. !
STII.I.W ATIJll, Mny 8. A 178
lirize In offend by Armour to Co. to
I tho champion boy or Kill plff Kroner j
i of the state. In the form of a trip io
tin In i riMtlonal livestock txpnsl- .
Hon nt Chlcneo In September anil
to he tho isursts of the company's
farm buieati while there. Ileeords
of competitors must he In the hands
.of the chili lender In this city not
I Intel than November IB.
STHOl I), Mny S.- lJuttUtlons on
tlm loc.il livestock market Include
nn mats Is occasioned by tin tinuat
nasi to no neid soon by member of
the Sac and I'ox Indian tribe. The
eldcis of the tribes still esteem this
delicacy, although tho younBcr sen-
eriiuun nas iilscatucii tlio practice.
R.VII), Mny S. lleftutv Darlnrs. as
well ns barber shos,.soda fountains
laid all jilaces where food or drink
is sold must hureafter pass Inspection
by nanHnry officers, as provided by
(i new city ordinance. The health of
employers Is nubject to examination
every tu uuys.
Stafford, HnstliiK nnd I'rlwjtpy I'llo
OKLAHOMA CITY, .May S Uni,
i:. Stafford tiled application tmluj as
a candidate for the dcmix-mile nonil
notion for eoncreSs In the I'lfth ills
trlct He named 1'iuil Neshlti. wluve
nddress Is Riven as Douuhert.v as an
a Kent authorized to spend nionej In
the Ituerest of Ills campaign Y
. Ilasiinus of Tahlripiah rilnl as n
candidate, to succeed himself In con
press from the Second district. . .1. C.
l'rlnKley of Chandler, republican,
filed ns n candidate for congrchs in
the Fourth district
Tom V Nnnl nf I'oleau. democrat
filed a a candidate for the nomina
tion for J lid en nf in criminal court
of upiienli ft nni the enlert distil' I
T If. Davidson c f MiMkiiRi"- d in
ocrat filed for IPs s'nif senate f i i
the Twenty-second d'strlct ('nnd'
, d. lies fur i he house "f lepieienlAthes
wlin fib d tiid.n nil' .lulin A heutl
,.r iikl.itinni i Cm. iliMi i'i i.it fur the
I Second dtstilct of (tklnhnms eount.
I 1. II ii i l- of uklnhoi ,n Cn ie-
i pilhllenn, for the Hint dts'iiet nf
oklahvina eniini) and Many I' Hall
of I'atils Valley, democrat, OnrWr)
' ovi:. i ( m r.F.'Y'ni xnc.ATiw
I Call Is NsiiciI b (.ocit for OUIa
1 hoiiui ( III mi Mm -I.
I OKl.AllO.MA CITY, May fi. A
call for all denmci ailc niitl'in.il con.
'wnttun deleiati" tioni omahnnia tA
I meet Willi SVnatoi Kolieit I. nwen
(Ml the iii.nnttiK of Ma) 21 at the pnv
'einors office was nnnolinied today
Clovi i nor Itoliri in, n
Senstiii (en eiUi.ted the Kv-
,. mr '" ' "' ,,,'',
Wti it 4 i"( " "r i i lb-
, , -srd 'Ie i i 1 1 " He '' ' nor
-ill h.' d.d ' I
('rmtr I'lenrts Not Cullty to l'odcnil
ClinrKc on SiiBiir Kalu uiul Mnltes
llond for I'rcllmliinry May 12.
il'IeadltiK not Biillty to the federal
cfliirse of profiteering In tho sals of
filgnr, V. A Plentlnu. owner of the
I'lemlnc grocery at 121 West Fourth
Mrcot, yesterday made bond ot M."
000 for preliminary hearing "n the
accusation ut a o'clock May 12, bo
foro C. I,. Yancey. Cnlted Stutcs
The Information upon which tho
protccutlon is based, signed ty W
N. Kills, local deputy United Slates
marshal, before tho commissioner,
alleges tho Fleming Grocery com
pany sold ono pound ot sugar t
Kills for 05 cents on May 5, nt n
retail price flvo cents higher than
( hnrged by other stores In th city,
lohn A. AVhalen, local agent of the
department of Justice, has loriuested
the United States district nttorneyV
oifice send a representative to
this city on May 12 to take charge of
tho government's cnic.
NORM AN', May 8 -Dr. Mills A.
Ttirley, usslstnnt dean of tho unl
verslty school of medicine, and Dr.
(a free IJllion, professor of bacte
riology! have returned from the nu
t tonal convention of the Amerbyin
Medical association nt New Orleans.
A paper on chronic nephritis was
prepared tiy Dean Turley ami win no
published soon In tho American llui
rAWUUSK'A, Mny 8 A rest room
for this city and a large city park
urn on tho urogram of the commer
cial club, The grounds north of the
hall park have been cleared Mid put
In condition for weakly band :on-
corts during tho summer. Director,
Whltlock's band has been engaged
for a period of four months nt tho
expeiibo of the clun.
NORMAN, May S. D. 15. It. John
son, dean of the school of phnrnricy
at tho university, left Wednusdny
for Washington, where he attends H
meetlnu of tho committed ot pilar
mnclsts to revise the I'nlted States
pharmneopedla. While there ho will
also attend n meeting of the Amer
lean association of phurinacy facul
I'AWUUSICA, May 8. A ban has
been placed on promiscuous solicit
ing for advertising nnd alms by
which merchant! have been consid
erably annoyed from outside, sources,
A censorship committee of tho
chamber nf commerce will Investl
gate all clalma and grant pr with
hold permits for patronage, and chnr
PAWHUSKA, Mny 8. -The county
conimli-sloners will begin nt once
construction work on tho main road
to Elgin, Knn through townships
27 and 28. range 10. Thorn has been
considerable oil development In that
part of tho rounly during tho phsI
six hionthH. nnd. because of tho lack
of good ron'dit, much of tho busi
ness belonging to us has .cone to
NOUMAN, May 8.- -Three" new fnc
TULSAN NEARS DEATH
Is-onard Droned, Km of local
llrnker, Perhaps rittally Wounded
lit l'ort Worth. Is IU'x)rt.
That Leonard llroach. well known
In this city, was shot nnd probably
fatally wounded at Fort Worth,
-joxiis, Friday night, was the In
formation learned by Ills parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hro.ich, 1440
South lloston yesterday, W. E.
llroach Is a local Insurance and loan
broker and Leonard In his oldtst son.
From the meager Information of
tho telegram thn parents ot tho
young man could not learn In what
way ho had been shot.
"Do not worry about me, mother.
I will get well," tho boy wired. At
it later hour yesterduy, howrovcr.
word was received from his attend
ants nt tho All Saints hospital in
l'ort Worth where he was taken, that
scant hope H held out for his re
coven'. Mrs. Margaret Moscby of
Dallas, a nelce. Is at ilroach'i bed
side, nnd his fattier left here last
nlifht for Fort Worth.
Just suppose that tomorrow itiorninR you should find Ij
..If ! 1 II ...ill .. I . .... .1 ...ill. mil II
yourscu wunoiu a uontir, wiuium uumu unu .w.w...
What would you do?
Where would you net money to buy clothes and pay
your living expense?
Wi n l kind of cinplo) incut would joii sei'l.'.'
What would joii be compelled In mi) when tin iptn)cr nM.s oii,
"Cnn you write slioitliinil, use n l.icwrltcr anil get nut a unit
ttpiH'urlinr letter, or Keep u mI of books iirciiinlelj '.'
Tlic huslnes world cured very little about failures nr jimr excuses
for not being prepared lo do the thlng Il wnnt" (lone. Il In loo
busy to leach you mid that Is nil) ou -lioiild atlenil llic Tl I.SA
IID.SINKSH rOM,i:(il'. Willi our inilnlog ou can go uii)whcrc
and MTtiro lilgli-grnilo eiuilo)inent mid command an excellent
salary. Tho TiiIni IluMncsH College ticlit as a M .lt II I S'l' VI' It IN
IN liU'K for ttuisc who la (lie forclght and good Judgment lo
tnko advantage of the opixirluiilllcs lHforc llieiii,
Our ritrlng term Is JuM starting nnd now Is the time for )ou lo
enroll In cither our day or ciciilng scliool. Sec us .Monday, Tele
Idiom1 Ot-OBO 1120. Offices 11)0-11 K. Tlllnl st.
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NLY through fortunate purchases and close
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Fifty-five dozen pure Silk Hose in Cordovan only, full f
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Forty dozen of slightly imperfect Phoenix seconds of dv Q
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508 South Main