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PULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920
egations Will Go
ASIIIMIT'tN, M,1V -Ons'i"
itch innnunp(l (inliiy fellows
liiml Ml Louis, III , lii,; 10 uhicis.
X.lirt, oi II o per renl I' niton M" ,
" .'0.1 Ini rrimn H ; 7 , or 7 per 1 n'
Norfolk. ch, S.fint, InriTHix' 2,nort
01 13 .1 per cttl Miami, Km . .!!.
ft f . Im-rcae i!l,OT8 i)r ll'il per
icnt I'lorcri' e, 8 c, lo.'.ihti, In
cienae u,:il nr ;,f, ( itni.
ARE FOR M'ADOO
n d lo W P Hobbv flf. 1 irlns
in mini. paired IfiiBiK "f nil' I
'nilrmniiifc 'he senate f"i fillurej
Ki ratify 'he pene lini'v flu h'i f
11 11 f pf lii the president and de-
lurid aitamot beer n Hunt wine
Th' state del.Ka'on weic limtruo'e I
Id tipimxi :my platform lit Hun I'ratl
my tmnxn 111
RACE FOR SENATE :
Co Uninstructcd but Res- l'
olution Highly Lom
1 HOLD WOOL SALE' AT ENID
Charles L. McGuire of
Lincoln County Adds
Name to G. 0. P.
PENROSE DISCOUNTED BARNETT IN MUSKOGEE -
Didn't Want Hughes in
but Word Wan of No Avail
Avalanche Looked for.
1016 ' lllillnn mill llrlile
I or m.iinlwnl (it ( nc Imt I'lcn
In .Nut (iniiitcil
(Hv Ocorce n. Holmes.)
lntemntlnnal News HerVlco
rlUCAUO. May :6.-"0.eneriit
Wood will poll no many voles on tha
first two bnllotM th.it only n politi
cal miracle can prevent hi nomina
tion on the next few ucceodlns
This claim wa confidently put
forward today l.y the K;""1 "
handlers In Chicago. The uU"l for
ndd.l'onal delegates has diminished
nppreclably. They are now en
KiiKcd In MVlnc convention pl'n
not pre-comentlon ones, rhn Run
cral they believe, Is already "In
Wood's ChlcaKo heiid(uarterf es
tlmate his stronRtli on thu first two
ballots as hlRh tin 30:. votes which
Is within 100 of thn nomination
They exttdc confidence from over
typewritten They point out nsltim
tmn nnalocous to that of llughen
,.,, mm lluchcs nolled :n.i
votct) on the first ballot anil
DA M.AM. Mav 2fi Texas demo
ratl, unlit ic which for months hail
hif.n (it hnllinar nnlnt o er questions
of enrtoriietnent or repudiation of thn
I . . ...... ... ............... U-II.ah
iit riffi.t-, to .sui",,""n ,' v: .... 'z'i
1IIMI I.I (IT ntlll.lIIHI .W...VW,
toiUy to statu (mentions, with the
rloMlnr of the time detnoerHtlc con-
,,,,,.,,,, ., , . .lentlon which unanimously approv-
Mt HKl'mCK. May :' Jackson ,, ,h ,,,,, of iM,n,ii .- i.nm
Iliirnelt, millionaire t're. k Indian... ..
and hl ulfo visited fishe JJ, u kr, ",.,...,. ,i-t.,,t. with one vole
ill. I nthei K) rnmi III 'i ' ik u'nmrn mid
rri.uis ...d..i Thn. w..m liHrn-ti, 7"'h; , ,"ni llrP with one-
fr( vl,.t to Muski.Reo .Mrs. Ilartti , f1,, vn" iTrh .in.l 5f wnm f""r
anil her husband are IIvIhk on H.it- 11 ,v'l " " ' . Iri,rn.
,u n farm near llenrye,,,. """h.' , 7 le o-
M mm ..........! ..... I.... .. . .. . .. rriu . r 111 n ni r
to auk tnat tne Injunction mip in t ti
Half Mllllnil I'iiiiiiiIh to Ho Atlctloneil
Olf Till MoriilMK
ll Anwllli.. Ire !tt VMie
I KN1D, (Jki.i . May
I million pound of wool
fered for wiln In Knld
mornlnn when thn public sain
small flock rllps will he offered
buyers thrntiRli the agency of the
Mtate apru ulturil i "liege IJieht or
II jr Amoclited Prti Mtntc Wire
OKI.AIIUMA CITV, .Mny Jfi
Chat lea l.incoln aic(iulre joined thi
.Nearly half ihat of republlian i atidldiitcH fur ( h
will be of- ' Ktates nenatp by filing his up
I plication todny with the ftti nr..
tomorrow i , .,, tin.i rrl II.. emu M.ivik. Murr..-
tn'.i'le who filed I0d.1v am S
tfi'unis of W.iuiU i. Jeffc.son oun
t. d'tnocrat. J I. Trsvathan of K
lleno, Canadian county, rcpublb m
ind . K. Wood of Madlll. .Mamnall
Nfilcil Altorney llcnil.
NI5W YOHK. May 21. Frederick
U. JennltiKH. a member of the law
firm of Stetson. Jennings and Hub- ,
sell, died at his home here today. Mr
Jennlnps wa ceneral counsel for
the Associated prnut. International
I'.iper companv. Krle railroad and
vat lout other companies Me was 1
born in ri'-nnirn'on Center, Vermont
of , lOtllltV
iim his home adilrcns.
i0 uti attorney.
.i i .Mcinioan oi iiurani, iiernn
rrat, fifed seaierday as a candllair
to succeed himself ns state ionit i
rutin convention at fan Kranilaco.
These to xotirn go iinlnstructeu, ni
thoiiKh the convention adopted a
resolution htshly commending Wll
liam t McAdoo as a presidential
possibility The detejialfs Will Vote
as ii unit on all questions Tost
m.ister (ieiteiHl A R lllirleaon wil1
olrrnrrth nCted IIS II milKnCt IOr HO-
dltlonnl streiiKtU and ho wan nom ti
nted on the third ballot In and
a position, they nay. Is Ocncrnl Wood
today. , ...
SUKKestlon that the general, wltn
nil his initial strencth. may run up
njjnlnHt a stono wall Just before ne
BetB tho requisite 193 voles are met
with earnest argument.
Thn fact Ihat the unpledged dele
Kates will control tho convention I"
tho happiest nugury possible for tho
general, It Is claimed.
"Strength attracts strength" s'iy
the president makers, "The un
pledged delegated admittedly havo
no particular choice, otherwise
they would come prepared to sup
port them from the start. Non
partisan observer declare tbe swing
will bo to the man who exhibit tho
most strength. That man will ho
Oener.il Wood and tho gravitation
to him will begin after tho flriit bal
lot. "Tho opposition of Senator Holes.
Tcnrose, the "Old dunnl-' astute pt
litlcal mentor, Is recognized and dis
counted by the Wood handlers.
"Senator I'enrote,'' is was stated
at Wood headquarters," was opposed
to Justice Hughes In 191(1. lint
Frank Hitchcock went out, gathered !
together his delegates and nominated
Hughes, Frank Hitchcock N handl. '
ing General Wood. U Is certainly
not Inconceivable that he win again
defeat the cherished plans of Pen
rose." The Wood forcci are confident
they will fall heir in tl'e novcr.il
"favorite son" delegates, which will
bo released from their promises af
ter the first ballot. They expect to
get many of Pennsylvania's 7fl dele
gates nfter tho vote; for Sproiil or
Knox In tho early Vallotlng. New
York's hlc dolccatton of KK will cer
tainly throw a few for Wood, It Is
said, and from Senator I'olndexter's
Washington delegation they expo t a
It Is confidently "expected by
Wood's handlers, too, that Senator
Tlardlng will withdraw on tho nvo
"Wood Is the natural heir to Ohio's (
delegation" it wuh pointed out to
day. "The general ran second to
tho henatnr in tho Ohio primary
The situation Is something like this
"t'nder Ohio law. Senator Harding
must fllo notice of his bcnntnrlal
candidacy by midnight, June U. I'n
der Ohio law, he cannot be a can
didate for senutor and president at t
tho same time. Ho must renoun e
ono or the other. Is ho goinc to
throw up his senatorial chanceM, '
which with Wood's support In Ohio,
are almost certain of siicccks, in
order to make an admittedly hope
loss quest for the presidential ttoml
nation? Ho is not."
Kan is ciiiirlN ngulnat lu r be ills
llllsnnl Mile hIo WKIlU'd to milk-
arrangement fer lawier lees for the
ntlorni'js who rcprenrnled hr In tin
KatiMis couttff to ln paid out of flar
liovernmenl altorneva would not
agieo to (IIhiiiish the inse No iim- elfi ted as deleKate from
plomlsw w ia icached In the mnlli r -f ti nth d'sit i I
lawyer's fern, liarnett and hit ivif
are still tinder the jurisdiction ..: ,.
supreme court of Rinnan and
repot t to a special Judge ai i
field. K.m , on May 31.
l)rli( Out .Malaria anil lluild I p tin
Take the Old Standard fill() 1 .
TASTK1.F.SS dull TON It
know what you are taking a t
lnltl.il i foi inula .s prinlrd on (it 'i
in buyers from Chl.aK. St l.ouls lrom tho Twm)tf,h iimtrlet.
.....i ii."..iiF .-.- i-u ... ..... hi hip fnndldate.s for the honxe
nmjui .."rii'in oi 11 un.' i nni miner
from I.lpsiomhc lounli TexaK has
,50,000 poundK of ooi on Hip track
I in Hit Idk the Mile The s.ile will con.
nn ii.- e.i( n morning until tnt 10 i .u
loads are nold
Demand Suffrage Action
Novt taking post-graduate: work
In St. IiOmIm In iM'ttcr eerie joii.
Dr. Arthur Campbell
l')i', I'iir, Noonnil iliroal
7;l7 Majn lliillillns
DISTRICT NUMBER THREE
Today is your last day. Do not fall to pay your Gas
Bill and save the penalty.
Oklahoma Natural Gas Co.
117 Went Fourth Street
, I r.t,
a In. ii'-
ii i intention Mli.rh rinal
i cd uftri' r Inigh' todav
ir -! in hn en i r.-ing ihr
showing It In Quinine all I i. i ti in
Tastelers form 0c iv
Toxiins ;o 1'rce.
DALLAS, ToxaH. Mav 25. Texas I
delegated to the democratic national
W..VCUUU1. ni cm crancisco will go
unlnstructed, but are dlre6ted to
vote a a unit nn all questions com
ing before the convention In a plat
form adopted Into tonight by the
ilftto democratic convention,
WHY TRY TO HIDE
YOUR DARK, SALLOW,
Usinp; Creams, Lotions,
Powder or Rouge.
When You Can Remove
These With the BLACK
and WHITE Beauty
I iinuc e.i( n morning until tm io c.n . ta
I M()NTI'i;LIi:it, a., Mav 26 J 3
The repiibluan sidle i (invention, de- jfl
larniR it-elf in f nor of wmiin suf jSj
fiagi UiM'l (i(. r ri if Crn,(n' Ii Vt)
iii ( i gi .I'lire iiff a Jim' .ta
t i i. ai; i t i' if. C n ( f the I '!
ii . if I're Plent ii mm i gh'irr.i imm Inrn' r
Take the Old Standard fillf 1 . I I ' P Mi Mil I If
j snowing It Is all 1 ill a M 01
Jl popular Sfl WslrlbulcdBy H
roU-fron. s.glc ta 1 Ratclif f .SanderS Co. RM
COLLARS . flfUra ! I
' fsrrSk erzr- v, ffl rff-sJ' I. .1 IWt VH-i l.1
fjS ' "Jtehndafa ' J
''wfW 'S jwMon smiles'"
'.'r "OUR vacation, to put you in tune, after the I
(imtM "work sins" of the past year, must be one of play.
' Ms? ffkk jfjffiffMflpfc afejSfe! Unloose the little Play Devil which forever brings fi
rc . py tiw!?zj-jf jja back those happy memories of childhood joys M
yiWM those days of Play and Sport. 1
per :r;;r ysurm
Ititt Ikiri i MU HI.
The DUck nd White llejuty Treiiment
will flr your fompletion n, do n in
4 (nrprtilncli- ihort lime Thn trentmeni
MDHt( nf niaeb ni White Ointment n.l
Soap The creamy ointment Is appliei to
me nee. neek or arm at belinne and
ihed nil the next irornlnp Ii m jutt
ai delightful and no more trouble than
cold ereami nr lotions i
Miaek and White Ointment it vert e'o '
rionilral became nn bur it m rnnrmtrjt
ed orm at any drnj or loi'et counter and 1
dilute at ued It eav to nu (or fill
direction are anpp'ied nh each nacliaEe
If you fannnt find Illafk and Whuo
Ointment and Hoap 2 .e tor esch in sour,
loullty ind S"c for hoth and the manu
facturers lll map to ion po.ipj.J
A sample, literature and lllack and Wh -e ,
Dlrthday and Jlrram I'.ook m he tent
jou free, f rou 111 e In and mac hii
adiertliement to III.ACK and WIIITK, Uox 1
There's a happy playground awakim you ir. The
Ozarks "The Land of a Million Smiles",
land for complete mental and physical re. t m-
back the joy of living.
An Ozark vacation is a happy, human one.
would forget worry and bask in a land of la:y moun
tains.happy fishing and swimming streams and health
building living accommodations, come to the Ozarks.
Write today for the beautiful Jecrlptive booklet,
"THE OZARKS", telling of the Ozark region and
Its many pretty rciorti. It's free. Addrcit tho
OZARK PLAYGROUNDS ASSOCIATION
Splendid values in silk shirts
for these summer days
FROM now until October your shirt will be the most noticeable part
of your dress. That naturally means that you'll want fine shirts
shirts of silk that surpass in beauty any others and that have the qual
ity that insures satisfactory service. That's the kind of silk shirts
you'll see here and the only kind you will see. And because we priced
them at the lowest figure possible, they're not Reduced they're not
that kind of shirts.
SOME from Manhattan, others from makers second only to Manhat
tan. Rich pure silk Crepe De Chine, Empire Crepes, Broadcloths,
Pussy Willow Taffetas, La .Terz silks, and many others in plain white,
and rich striped patterns. Colorings not seen in any other shirts in
town. Get vour summer supply
' At $10 and up.
Madras $4 up
WE have the right style, weight, and
size in cool underwear for men of
even,' size and build. Wilson Bros.,
Mansco, B. V. D., Sterling and many
others in athletic, three-quarter or knee
length styles. Furthermore you'll be
fitted correctly here at $1.50 or more.
NEW shapes and designs are here in
summer neckwear to match or har
monize with any shirt or suit you may
choose. Narrow four-in-hands, bat
wings, strings and other shapes of fine
washable madras, satin, knitted or silk
fabrics in a myriad of patterns at 50c up.
via, .Mfnipmi ienn
Box 508 Jonlin, Missouri
m 3, ii fc. v