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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 9, 1920
STILL IN LEAD
Politicians May Oppose
Him but They Have
Not the Last Say.
I Conviction Grows That Wil
son Influence Will Domi
nate Frisco Gathering.
The New Masonic Edifice
Located at Guthrie Is a Beauty
DEBS TO BE PUT
INTO RACE TODAY
rONTINTHt) FttOM I'AotO ONK
rvii'lm attention at last tn thn ilcmo
i.itic ring of tho Krut Amcil.u,
political circus. In tho rcoublu.in
in works tho democratic unow has,
t. . n all but forKottcn. I
Tho fact that some 9.12D.606
. t rn of tho United Huston cast their .
ot for democratic electors In
li' 1 6. nnd that thi'ro In no definite I
I-formation at hand that they havo
in died or chnnKod their politics In
thr Inut four youra very tiuturnlly
a ountn for tho prediction that a
V.inR Is comlnK In tho attention of
i tin political icaners or mo country
from tho republican to tho demo,
i ,ii If raco for the presidential
As convention time approaches It
1 omes clearer nnd clearer that tho
i Milnee nt Han Kranclnco will he u
i.nf who la neceptablo to President
ilion and who has publicly sup.
purled the administration If lie has
not been In fact a part of the admin
, Oration. Lenders of tho party every
where, nro agreed lhat democratic
. lalms for tho consideration of the
fiectorato next November must be
based upon tho rocord of tho Wilson
administration. Knouch already has
l een done and said In primaries and
mate and county conventions to make
irrialn tho fact that tho democratic
randldato must stand Mjuarcly bo-
hind tho administration.
I) urine Iho past week two can
rtulaui wero eliminated, political ob
Fervors say. ' They wero Senator
Warren CJ. Harding of Ohio, who ran
a poor fourth In Indiana after his
moral defenMn Ohio. The decisive
defeat of Herbert Hoover by Senator
Johnson In California by a majority
not far off of 200,000 Is looked upon
fn putting tho former (ood admin
istrator on tho shelf. The old guard
has backed away from Harding, on
his aoor vote getting qualities.
Utah and Colorado olected unln
structed delegates tho past jvock.
The Missouri republicans elected an
unlnstructed "big eight" with four
votes. Maryland gave a decisive
majority for Wood, a two to one
margin over Senator Johnson.
Less than 200 delegates remain to
be chosen. Pennsylvania holds a
primary May 18. Alabama elects
on May 19. Oregon holds a primary
May 21, Texas elects dolegatcs on
May 25 as does West Virginia. The
latter stato holds a preference pri
mary. Vermont rejects delegates on
May 26. That winds up the repub
lican campaign. Just 153 delegates
nro yet to bo chosen nrlt of tho total
of 981, with tho exception of In
diana. Indiana holds a convention this
week. With no candidate having n
primary majority tho delegates nro
riot bound by tho proforonco vote,
but tho convention may regard tho
voto as binding and Instruct for
wood lenrts in actual numoer or
dolecatPB Instructed. Ho has IIS
sewed up nnd hlfl managers claim
ho lias 200 moro piuagcu or iavor
ablo to him. ,
Governor Cot made a gain the past
week In democratic rankB by gottlng
the Kentucky delegation, overcoming
the efforts of mcaooos menus to
send a delegation tinlnstructod.
Connecticut, Ilhodo Island nnd
other states elected unlnstructed
delegates tho, past week.
M ONTO OMKItY, Ala., May S.
Head officials of tho Woodmen of
tho World of Omaha wero cited to
day by Insurance Commissioner A. W.
Brlscoo to appear In Birmingham
on May 17 and show cause why tho
Mato license of tho order should not
bo revoked because of nllcgd viola
tions of tho constitution and laws of
Plan Catholic t'lilon.
CHICAGO, May S. -Plans to cor
relate tho activities of 9,000 Catholic
women's organizations, with a mom
ibcrshln of 1.000,000, wero mnde to-
(ibeishlp of 1.000,000, wero
lay a meeting of tho
hoard of tho national welfi
,J II of aCthollo women.
TO THE KIDNEYS
Take a Tablespoonful of
Salts If Back Hurts
or Bladder Bothers.
We are a nation of meat eaters and
our blood Is filled with uric acid.
vs a -well-known authority, who
warns uh to bo constantly on guard
"bainst kidney trouble.
The kidneys do their utmost to
frcrltho blood of this Irritating acid,
itAsecomo weak from tho over
w' rk. thoy got sluggish; tho ellmlna
tue tissues clog nnd thus tho waste
Is retained In tho blood to poison the
When your kidneys ache and feel
ke lumps of load, and you havo
'mglng pains In tho back or tho
urine Is cloudy, full of sediment, or
'no bladder Is Irritable, obliging you
t seek relief during tho night; when
ou havo eovero headaches, nervous
nnd dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid
f'omnch or rheumatism In bad
'father, get from your pharmnclfit
uiout four ounces of Jad Salts, tako
i tablespoonful In a glass of water
j-eforo breakfast each morning and
in a few days your kidneys will act
Hne This famous filts is mado
trrm tho acid of grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with Uthla, and has
uten used for generations to flush
and stimulate clogged kldnoys, to
neutralize tho acids In urine so it Is
no logger a Bourco of irritation, thus
"dime urinary and bladder disorders.
.fill Knltm la I - , I
JlJu.r;,.make" delightful efferves
rent llthla-water drink, nnd nnhnriv
2nmako a mistake by taking a little
occasionally t0 keep the kldnois
clean and active. Advt. "
Thn new Siottlsh Kite cathedral
being bulit by Oklahoma Cons.story
Scottish Illtc Mnsons nt (luthric.
ground for which was hroken on
May o, wai, imposing coremonioM,
!ov', J. U, a. Itobortson being prin
cipal speaker, will bo ono of the
Inrgest nnd best equipped Masonic
buildings in America.
Tho building:, which follows the
Ionic stylo of architecture, will be
.100 feet square, three stories nnd a
basement, constructed of concrete
with while stone facing and will cos
over a million nnd a half dollars.
Features of thr building will bo nn
nudltorlum seating 3,500 pcopic, nn
Imtnenso revolving slago nnd a din
ing room seating 1,500 Tho loca
tion of tho new temple Is In Capi
tal Square, donated to tho Consis
tory by tho cjty of Guthrie, together
with tho old capital building, worth
a quarter of n million dollars, which
will bo used In connection with the
cathedral for dormitories, cafeteria,
The templo occupied by the Con
sistory at present, nnd valued nt
Yialf a million dollars, has been of
fored by tho order to the Oklahoma
grand lodge of Mnsons, for an or
CONTINltKO VltOM PAOl: ONK
when It voted to conflno Its day
sessions hereafter from 10 a. m. to
4 p. m.
Socialists Klrrlnl Vllon.
Mr. Hillqull declared that the last
three years had furnished the most
striking nnd abhorrent proof of thn
fallaiv of tho "good man" theory
In politics. '
"If there, remained anv large sec
tions of workers who put their trust
In old party Messiah" ho said.
'Woodrow Wilson must have effoe
tlvely destroyed their native faith.
Kor be It remembered that In 1911
Woodrow Wilson ran ns a radical
"He promised socialism through
tho short cut of tho democratic
party nnd thousands of radicals
throughout the country voted for
him rather than to throw nwny their
votes on thn hopeless candidates of
the socialist party.
"One-half of tho normal sup
porters of tho Koclullst party ticket
enst tholr votes for him. Woodrow
Wilson wns elected over Charles 11.
Hughes by thn voto of socialists. In
California nlnnn thn defection In trie,
normal socialist voto determined his
victory In tho presidential contest.
"Wilson, the pacifist, drew us Into
tho world's most frightful war, Wil
son, tho antlmllltarlst, Imposed con
scription upon the country In war,
and urged universal military train
ing, a large stnndlng army, and a
huge navy In peaco. Wilson, the
democrnt, nrrogntod tn Mmself nuto
cratlc power grossly Inconsistent
with a republlcnn form of govern-
'rnent. Wilson, the llbornl. revived'
tho mediaeval Institutions of the
Inquisition of speech, thought and
conscience. His administration suP- :
pressed radical publications, rnldeu
! homes nnd nsnulted their persons
Wilson, tho npostlo of tho 'new free
doni' Infested thn counlrv with
stool pigeons nnd spies nnd filled
tlio Jails with political prisoners.
Wilson, the champion of labor, re
stored Invollintnrv snrVltildn In tho
mines nnd on the railroads, nnd an- !
swered tho wage demands of tho I
workers by Jailing their lenders.
WINE AND BEER
CONTINtnit FItOM I'AOB ONR
end that tho monopoly, unfair prac
tices nnd profiteering mny ho
0 - Heslst government ownership
nnd operation of railways. Ilestoro
tlio credit of railway companies.
Tront all transportation agencies ns
7 Aid Iho movement towards In
dustrial democracy by thn partici
pation of hnml workers moro fully
In the returns from tholr lnbnrs.
R Mnko tho public Interest su
premo so thnt while no man can lie
compelled to work against his will,
permit no group or section of the
community to starve thn public or
paralyze It In nn Industrial contro
versy, Tho principles underlying tho
court of indtistrint relations of Kan
sas nro sound, nllhotigh It mny ho
necessary to modlry their applica
tion. 9 - Protect the natural resources.
Try to keep young people on the
10 Promoi every movement to
Improvo health, housing and edu
cation. 11 Provldn the nation with a
12 Heslst attempts to bring baok
tuo saloon, ninplnco tho Volstead
net by n. law for enforcement of the
basis of common sense. There nro
beers and light wines thnt form a
pnrt of tho stnplo diet nnd nro tint
morn Intoxicating than molasses nnd
not half so harmful as Iro water To
ptolllhlt (he domestic uo Of lliose
AN INDIAN'S SECRET
On of lh pfft.nl lntf.ltnt f
KUIW tot Ui ti.lrli unuln ft.
il. Ttitra r U)r trUt lnirtlnu
nnt foiintl In nr oih.r hilr prrr"
Uotl. Kolalftn hll lurr.tlvj In lulnr
curl i.f iiKHMi. fllllnl Hair nJ
fti4riff nn mrr oui.r hilr touon of tr.ti.
n.nt ) inn.J tulll.. IKK (liiir.it... Amu
tnf tMulu In cii.i rcrtldtl tojliu. Yttf
Bivir tw t tll4 Indttrtt
Whs tKnra r rimiln lM tt y.-ra etrt irnw
tillrf If olh.rl hm fbuln1 ft nw imwtli tit
hit roniu.rt din.lrurf, or itArri'l filling hilr
tnrmiih Rntilkr, rfcr nr ! Mf O.t hot
of KOTALKO ll lr kuly frill It.f.t or W.I 10
f.nu .ll"r r llimpi. for CUOCIIL'UH HUi
l'lllKir not of Kfttilla ta
J. H. Brlltalo, lor-, SUIIon F, Ntir York, N. T.
13 Stop lynching nd mob rulo
bv making the community In which
they occur and tho local officials di
rectly answeinhle for not prevent
ing or punishing these outbreaks.
H Mil our pollllo.il life of sec
tionalism. Draw the men nnd wo
men of tho south to the republlcaa
H -Iteform our primary laws by
prcentljig (hose not members of a
political parly from taking part In
Hi--Make plain In what true
Amorlcpnlsm consists and ylolrl not
a Jot or tittle to It. Meot wrong
Idenn with right Idena. Ilpservo
forco for extreme insos In which
tho public, Is put in danger,
17 Hesutno our forolgn policy on
historic lines. Agree with other na
tions on measures to settle Interna,
tlonal disputes by arbitration- H'stab
llsh the International court of Justice.
WOMEN DYEING EVERYTHING
They use "Diamond Dyes" and Add Years of Wear
to Old, Faded Garments Really Fun I
1 ; 111? Wi
More Than an Opportunity
A Dress Selling
250 New and Beautiful
Summertime Modes Monday
These dresses are the kind that have been selling at .$35 to
$50 and eveiy dress is new and fresh as a dress can be.
The entire remaining stocks of a foremost style creator.
Materials of Crepe de Chine, Taffeta and Georgette in a
wide range of color choice. Straight lino model, blouse
back modes, Eton styles and surplice effects. Finished with
all those delightful details so pleasing to every woman. A
dress opportunity that will not be equalled again this
Voile Blouses Special
IN TWO LARGE LOTS
All new styles and complete range of
sizes. Blouses that later on will cost
double the prices for Monday.
ONE - HALF IS
WHAT YOU PAY FOR
ANY HAT IN THE
Save yi and More on Footwear
Black kid instop tic pumps and
oxfords. Turned soles, full Louis
heel. The very latest mode. A
Patent kid pumps. Baby Louis
covered heel, turned soles, a very
extra value at $12.50, for (I "J A
two days only, at JL"
Black kid pumps with military
covered heels; buckles, very best
quality kid; regular $11.50 value,
for two days Qp
Black kid and suede one-eye ties,
full Louis covered heels, all sizes,
regular $14.50 val
ues for two days
Black kid oxfords; military heels, imitation tips; very best QK
grade leathers. Regular $12.50 value, for PJOU
Extra Special No. 1
On account of. belntr overstocked on
tho following numbers wo are offering
ono of tlio greatest shoo values of tho
season, Women's black and brown
oxfords. High and military heels.
Ilegular J8.50 Valuo, Special
for two days only ,.y...
Extra Special No. 2
One large lot of women's while shoes
and pumps. Also, n few ono and two
strap sllppors, also patent and tan
calf. Odils nnd ends from regular
stock to close out at,
Continuing Sale on Men's Summer Suits
$182 $24! $27? $292
These suits arc hand-tailored, perfect-fitting and silk lined. In materials
of Palm .Beach, Mohair and Cool Weaves. Sizes 33 to 48.
A good range of choice in either solid or fancy shades. Suits that you
will ordinarily pay almost double the sale price for this week.
$28 $3 $4.98
A choice of all new blocks and in
a complete range of sizes. Hats
worth double the sale prices.
It's fun to boat high clothes cost,
fun to see failed, nhohhy nppnirl
turn new, fun to add years of wear
to worn glnglinniM, housedreiwcs,
aprons, blouson, skirls, nwentem,
children's con tit, everything with
Oon't worry nbnut perfect reiultn.
Just use "Dlaiiiond Byes." guaran
teed to glvo a new, rich, fadelem
color In any material, whether wool
or silk: linen, cotton or mixed
Plrofltlon Hook In package tells
how to diamond -dye over any color.
Druggist hns Color Card. -Ad vt.
"Colors as it Gleans"
mM U WU ttS
mm m Beautiful B jM. L.
At Your Dealera
Use Aladdin to dye your blouses,
veils, gloves, stockings; underwear,
corsets, the newest, most fashion
"Cleans as it Polishes"
. For All Furniture
30c to $3 Sizes At All Dealer
riinnnoll Plmiro 1 Crx T!.a!l a 1
Chicago Toronto London Pari
The Last Corn
When you end your cornwith Bluc
jay.it will Ixj the last corn you let grow.
You will know how to stop the pain.
And how to quickly and completely
end all corns.
There arc millions who use Blue
jay now, and they never let a corn
The new-day way
Blue-jay is the new-day way, the
It was perfected in a laboratory
world-famed for ita surgical dressings.
It is supplanting the many treat
ments which arc harsh and inefficient.
It has made paring as ridiculous
os it is unsafe, for paring doesn't
Do this tonight:
Apply to a corn a Blue-jay plaster
or liquid Blue-jay whichever you
Mark how the pain stops. Then
wait a little and the corn will loosen
and come out.
What that corn does all corns will
do. Some 20 million corns a year
.are ended in this way.
Don't suffer corns. Don't have
your feet disfigured. They can be
ended almost as easily as a dirt-spot
on your face. They are just a inejp
Don't forget this. It means too
much to you.
Ask your druggist for. Blue-jay
Plaster or Liquid
The Scientific Corn Ender
BAUER & BLACK Chic.foNwYotk Toronto
Milca cl S4eril. Siuiicl Urcttioii in J Allied Piadiul.