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" SECTION" -A', t
- TULSA DAILY WOULD, SUNDAY, MAY HO, 1020
GETS MONEY FOR
h" ' H rr inf.,ri (1
B I ' I Il'H
I (it Kir Humnn Hood, in oliir.MnK
tin Inrronjieil n -.,., .. i i..M
Mr IlHrrcklH nr- .om. .il rr.'iturr' cmplov, thrvru as ,1 1
ba' .her of power r
1 1 . . t . ,i ,ul lh.it when the. pnrk vv.iti
ixJrrl to the Km eminent, by the
. ii mi m inn inns who owned it,
i.. w'"' "10 pxprese". provision
wmt mo Rovernmrtit took title to It
l'At!'.v ,"nMI su''1' Uinf "in stnt of
OKInhomit took It Imik. He, opposed
I prrrtMnrnt Improvements to a park
i so held. '
1 "Thf St.ltli nili.l.f t..... !. (.
- lie ,, , -".p.... nine inn ii;ixit
Mr II In ouch a beautiful pnrk" shKI
ONLY ONE IN STATE!X11rr-,ak7,;;r;:rltl,!'3
joiiKht to be wtlltnp to take tt Im.'k
urn.,.' ul u, greater stiite patk. '
In Spite of Opposition,
Han-eld (Jets Small
Sum for Piatt Park.
Attempt to Force Sale on
t-f ate and Pass the Buck
Is Lost on Vote.
i.,.n' The VVorld
' w VSIIINOTON. May 29. The obi
, . n or wh.it shall be done with
i. i iful I 'lull park in Oklahoma
f , r.l up In the house aK.iln the
, r 'lay while a dosen memriers
rii,i ,js1 the amendment of Hrprn.
., ri.- Ilnield of Oklahniiia I'lty,
.. ln an increased appioprlatlon
f -. in iintnlnanrs.
, :,r i iki.ihoina oonKrossman morn
,., i,. lit hlH own for he put
.ui.ii the amendment over tha
i ! in of Chalimai) Hood of the
t i tppi oprlatlon dimmltlnc. who
1,- iitidllnK the hill on the fior.
I . hit he question Will 1'Olnu up
m r' JCl 'ar stems eeiiuln.
'i . t'onKrt'Miiiiin llarruld was
f k'liTiu for the appropriation, .Mr.
(,, . i offered an amendment to
.III. f 11m nu.l. Im II,., afftl.i
,,; iit.Hlwma anti, xnoimi iiKiannrnii
. , , It. that It be old by the
tr,,. 1 1 i.ment nnd the money put Into
T'i i"id amendment n de.
f. i' i "it a point of order mudp by
i ,ik -.-man Mann of Illinois. Mr.
Hi' I ijul an Increase of fj.lOft for
nn m I'tianec of tho park next year.
, i "inall sum In these dns of
eiR ,iirnprlallonH, but largo oon
Hlp. t,(: that $0,000 is the u mount
uuil! irivtn It anrt tliat it Bets jji,
Tit.- .li'hnte on the park will be In
to.,. ,,. to f)klahonmn, because. It
'. -i.ite'n only national paik. In
iurim: the appropriation, Conpress
mn Hit veld said:
I ua in this p.irk fom five
rmr" a(fo. ""'1 It 1 deplorable to
... , "p.ditlon which exists there.
!. ,, nire ivirk. somothinrr nn the
,,f Knelt Creek ark In Wush
,rf'n" If the name amount of
ii, i t,.' v id xpent on that park that
i . j .e n I' d In Hock Creek park It
"iit be a much more beautiful
mr i: l it ha thin In addition to
'e nd It, that It Is a health re
tort 'I'hi re are to be found there.
tfrr' of the finest Milphur KprlnRs
, !if I i i'ed K'ates, and p rhaps the
fir.rK- l.'omlde water In the t'nited
j'j'f This bromide, water was so
Ultl' 1 by I'nclo Pnm that a few
yeirs aito he kept a suard over tho
sprtnK and would not allow anyono
in rarr water uway, br(.nuo It was
i . nui ible In the treatment of ncrv
eus diseases. Nobody could take It
atvjy but eould KO there and drink
i' b , up. Of course, lately that
has r. t,f n kept up. This park was
fi'ti.rrlj known as Sulphur fJprlnss
nation! park, and was established
wiv lia k jonder when tho country
he' to tho Indians, for the
heri-f ' of tho Inldans, and since the
whitrj havo settled up that country
hey, tio, have been coming In their
wagons nnd their cars to drink of
thit water and recover tholr health.
Eo it has that advantage over these
other parks about which wo are
talking. It Is not only a pleasure
paik but a health resort, ono of two
of iho 17 parks Included In this bill,
whi, h in addition to being pleasure
parks a-'c also health icsorm.
" Ac I Mill, I visited this park In
November and I was struck with the
deplorable conditions there. The
paM'mns over theso springs and
there ire t.oeral of thorn that the
EO'rrnment built nt great oxpoifse
are absolutely rotting down. Tho
f.ve miles of hard-surface road that
the goernmont built tn tne park are
rolrg to wreck hec.iuse they have not
a trai l of mules with which to lm
"Formeily tho government appro
prntel $17,500 for this park, and
th n it dropped to i 10.000. and then
t , tk .i,i i an(i mi; the ap
I" "i iitio,, was f,noo. and during
t:-, ii it wab dropped to JO. 000, jnd
fr' 'hr l.iht two years there had
b'"i impropriated $fi,Oo0. It Is the
f " ' l aik In the list for which the
ai-pu.fiiMtion has gradually de
':,! The otheiH hao nil In.
' 'fed until, as agalnut - 4 2,000 In
there is this vir being ap
Pfapn.iied $:io 1,000. Hut this Is the
p" p.irk In the list where thero
"if i'pn a decrease.
' I found the conditions there de
P'.oiaMe in this, that thero is only
oi' i uil.ible camp ground that can
hf .sfcI by theso people who come
t'luf In their wagons and ears. It
f"i " 68 to tho city of Sulphur.
"Mill lies nlongtddn of this park,
J1'1 1 found when I wan thero last
ii- 'Ii.ii this camp ground had been
' - . tu the public becaiihd of In
" ' iiv conditions; and hundreds of
I" ' nnung I" that park were
' i- d to turn around anil go back
becaupe they could not find
a " i e on which to camp So I
J "u to give nn appropriation of
- "' which is necessary to con
r'" ' i.p tho sewerage, which is al
''''' in this park, w;lth this camp
Err' .nd ho that the peoplo who come
'I'M this Bummer may bo able to
". ti,t camp ground In enjoying
'oe puviieges of that park for the
ffiefit of tholr health.
I -v when I got hero last fall I
' I 'hat the superintendent hdd
" 'v made his recommendation
'' - "'" again for tills year. You
' itvlerstdnd I did not get here
''I 'he first of December, after a
' ' il eleetlon I wont to work lm
' "' i"-v and tried to get the super
1 " '1 nf to inoieam his recomtnon-
" foi this aiproprlatoii. In
' 1 ise 1 askrd for 5,000 morn.
' ""Jld not agree to Incroaso the
r in' odation. berause he had al.
f dv mado It, but he did write n
'"er to the roipmltteo on appro,
r'-atmns, in whloh h paid that 15,-
could be spent to spry fine ad
! 'ise on this park. I havo a ropy
" 'it letter. I do not know
-'titr that eonsfltuteft u recom
"'"iditlon or not; hut, anvway, the
nnitttee did not sen fit to follow It,
1 I presume they had reasons for
'n' I ant not Impugning Its motives.
fart Is that both thn oommltteo
'! itH rhnirmnn are entitled to
' ' h ri edit for the efforta Ihey have
' fnrivird In Hie interest of eeo-
' i reinfoiced Mr. Ilarreld's ar.
' n In their plan of eeonomv but
" not r onnmy o fail to keep up
i!0(ei,,eniH that havo already
"ei n,aie or to lefuso approprla
s hat are aeiu.illy necessary as
in hn rase '
Congressman McKcown of Okia-
MUST BE FACED
fOVTISTKH FIMM v;
i for re-election i 1 1 mm,i : MMutnlt
leeinnn, whuh foiecn.Mts hw tetire
ment from ludltiex
t Vork wa illMiedited bv the libel
milt nf Colonel Itmweetl N'leho
las Murray Under will receive merely
' comiillmetitarv vole for the prest
Idency from the Kmplre xtme delegu.
. lion, and todny t tn endvnrlng to
maeh mi agreement ns to the man
, whom It will mipport after the firm
hnllot Harding could not get his
I own Mate delegation In Its entirely
because of the popular belief that
he was III Old (luard ean.ll.late
"('note Joe" Cannon, the dourest old
guardsman or them all. hhx not the
power he had eight venrw ago. Itool
leaves for Kurope before the ion.
ventlnn. Tuft has mink MO lrite Iti
'the political Influence that there are
i few left In do him reverence.
I Most of (hose men. formidable In
j their time, will play at Chicago the
roliw of advisors, not doers Might
jear ago todav they had their hands
I Upon the delegates to the ronven
I lion which disrupted the topuhll
Irnn party With some of the lend
,ers among these delegutiK they are
nn terms nf friendship, with cithers
;lliey have nn nciiualntnnce, with
Isllll others they have only Indirect
connection With the maloilly of
the delegates elected to the coining
convention they have hardly a speak
It Is a new onlrnnment. a new
circle, therefore. In which Ihey must
move. Situations will arise which
have arisen in their pmsI political
experiences, and they will lme the
advantage of knowing how In deal
with them It Is an Invaluable
knowledge for tactloHl purposes, nrd
tun' those who will tic on the ground
will use It lo their rullest i innot
be questioned As a matter of fart,
thev iinnnt afford to miss u trick.
If thev are to figure In the conves
tlnn they mutt hold their forces
closely together and nt the psycho-
Their leaders will be Senator Ten
hose, who must be i .infill to cot'
M'ic his Nttcngt bund will I on, nill
pructirull) throughout the mnvrii. i
linn in the house he Iihh rented In
Chicago, snil Kormer Senatot Ctune.
The latter will have to do the cir
culating among tho delegates nnd
the negotiating, lie will despair uf
his lieutenants, not because they will
luck Intelligence or ahtlltj, but be
cause they would ptefer to siirren.
tier isther than die.
So thero Is the reason for the Old
fJuard fear Wood or Johnson might
show too much strength anil, minus,
the strength or other days, the Old J
Ounrd might not be alibi to iHup i
Now that the primaries have nil
been held it Is Interesting to "-
lyse Just wlwt the presidential pref
eienllal vote east amounted to In
most all or them It fell far below'
the normal xole I
In the Alabama democratic eon- ,
tfst, which whh n one-sided nftati,
liu per cent of the mutual vote was
iMMieii in me preniucnuni primary.
In Cnllfonila ST pel cent of tll
rrpuhlhan vote wit cast.
Ir tleoigia the domoorntic VOID
wis nearly normal
In Illinois repuhllmsx cast 81 per
rent of their vole.
A I'lilllng Off Hire.
In Indiana C5 pnr cent nf tho re.
publican vote w cast, there being
no democrat P contest.
In Mn'wachusetts republican cnsl
33 iw cmt of tholr vote and the
In MIchlgMtt women voted for th
first time, so that tho percentage
rould not be figured.
In .Montana the republicans cast In
oors of their notmal vole and the
democrats only about 2,' per cent nl
In N'ew Hampshire less than "tie
third of the vote of each p-in: v
In New Jersey democrats polled 2ft
per cont or their noim.il urn! the ic
In New Vork republicans polled
approslm.ttcly 2,'i per cent nf their
vote and tint democrat less .h in U'
In Ohio 51 poi cent of thA lepub.
Mean vote was polled and is per cent
il ihe democratic.
In Nebrnsk.t the republican vole
wis 11", per cent of tho noimal and
the democratic vote was s;t.
In l'enns Ivanla only 33 per cent
I of the tepubllcnn vote ws polled
and id per cent of the democratic
j In South Dakota Ihe icpuhllcnn
vote showed uu Incicase of Uio per
i cent 1" cause of women voting and
jibe deniociatlc a losn of tin pi t cent
In eimont only about l.o of the
I normal vote was cast,
i In Wlsi oiiHln ii per cent of the
I mini vote of the two parties wa
I Some of the enmplexiiirs of 'be
He prim I' I ivv lin t, i i h,' ihe
pi fr 1 1 i i i . n i r -' - u i i . i. 1 r o
I i n ' n ' of .Ii . -1 i I'',1 i- III,
' id. i - , f Put 'i i 1 1 l ii v 1 1 ii, it,
l"i in ii, tin " Mi I lo , t i who 'l.d
pi i i lalnn il himself n ci.ilii, .in
n Ihe preference In the ilvnin
1 1 a lie prln, nr nnd inn thli I in h"
Another else is hii h Ihe nponuents
of the primary system cite lo prove
lis Inadequacy is provided by Indi
ana, where Hetier.il Wood polled Ihe
largest number of votes un.i really
wen lbs tn"ferefce. although 'he law
P"efeally tnte that a inaW'tv of
all the votes cast la neeessaiy ,o Hip
An sllniv-i parsllrl case was devel
oud in the Nebraska primal y, vvhere
Henaior Vdchcock on the pop.ilni
presldenilnl preference vrntu. hut
where the delegation to till dem
i mill ectivenlbin will be mnli oiled
bv Willi mi Jennings llry ui. who has
snnntinced I bat he Is opposed lo I ic
choice of ihe democmlu votus of
In the California piuimiy 'he
l.irg'st vole' rn ordrd In anv if Ihe
slates wn nat '1'he reptihtl.sn y ue
wn !:. 02 1, demm-ratlc Sl",lhl, n-
cialtst I 1 , 4 7 . prohibition. iS.ltiP end
Pingiesrlve S,S0 Thi was the only
state wliere the progreaslvn orga-il-r.itlon
flfuied as a unit In a pi est
I'enllal primary contest, tt tbe le
DUbllcsn vole, .lollllsoti secured S 1 1 . -Hfi
and Hoover Jl
.Msumii1 roliifflii IHhil.
WASIIINC.TON. p. C, May 19
Ctossle Hinl was lodsv appoltlled
poattt Istresti at Aim ma, Tulsa roun
tv, to succeed '. C Ohormly. re
signed. The pnatofflre of Tank.
Mhvoh rounty, vviis established with
John t. Kversole as poatniaster
Harry .1 Hopkins wnn appointed
postmaster at ronioioe, Johnson
r i i i - 1,1 i s I. I 4n II i ''" ,v 1
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, i e ,m l ,bi" tMiln r.onl imien Mr hi
SSii'Knii'il Ml ''I'd
mil I s iii i. i 't esnt en tns
rrk "ih-ii nhnwiSK n rhans
Itall allures Mrniu.
NI;W YrltK. y :) 1h trnKih "f
rsllwny rhsM's .b hIih.pi Hii enly fen
turo nf time In tmUv ilull snd uniinpnr
Isnl mikk mrkfl i"Mnn, nlhnr luurs
ternrattiK nl k nnintniil hsnRfs en h turn
over ef Ires ihivn JftO.Oofl hsis romlilp
rrnp rrfiort slut th teoie lllmrnl iiflliltdr
of th (fovornnifnt Inimra Irsinipnruilon
romt'inle prolishly hpip furtore In the
Thf tniMt IntiTMlIng ilrvlnprnnl of I tie
Any anelhr Hiliant ef illm mint h Ihe
local funeral rrnnna hank-dlil net tie
ronie known until afier tha m4rkat'a rlaa
Aavamea rsnral from lo I per rnt ami
ur tnailn in tiring the raiea ef 1 1i r
hnik up tn lovela iirnv prentlllnif In th
K-nrral niona tnarkrl
Marked dlfferenr-a Heir affnln hn n In
averaire ana artuat tiank lomlltlona li
the clearing: honae athlein-nl vetase
loana anil illK'iunli f,n Hli net $ 'f. fl'iri
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for large tooms.
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Knsi ci i v M si Kafir mm
an.l milu malse I -' toa)2 IS
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ftereipia IAS, rnstkel II In II J tlown.
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hosts--Reoeipia 7e neao msrajwi i
Mr loser, hca y llliieilMi
Sheen none, marsei no tone, ism
Cull. HI. .rl Hit '
Nt TnHK Mil 1 . Cot masse.! oil was I
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lai.l anrt Mi 'Willi or new oui'in '""
me l.eaillni montha i loaerl II I.' ,'1 1
iininl. shI I. .Mar Males I is kartele l'rln
.rude Mid nominal pi line summer 'l
In spot lino, ,l(ll I" as, eapiemi"-!
14 k fWeinliai 17 AS. nrlme Vlnler "l
low an.l aummer whHe nominal
riUCAOO My l - Wheat I har.i ,
I2fli. N' I northern -pflns 12 il
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New nik Xloney.
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Of Improved Music Study
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O.-uikv KMI-ll I
Gertrutlo VVot, 1218 S. Cincinnnti
Otiien 3HII0 p j
Mnrjorie Zoolt, 615 S. El wood
O.hjiku Olfl.T j
Dunning School of Music
Rose A. Liltlcficld, 1401 S. Boston
Vivinn Zirltlc, TiRcrt Memorial Church
Omikiv 07 III
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Never a corn
on millions of feet nowadays
Do you know thai millions of people
who iisp Hlup-jny krep entirely free fiom
If a corn nppenra it is entJerl hy n touch.
A Hlue-jny plnatcr or a drop of liquid
Bluc-jAy is applied.
The corn pain htops. Soon the wliolo
corn loosens and comes nut.
The method is scientific. ItisKentlr,easy,
sure. Old-time hat,ch treatment lire mip
plnntcd by it with everyone who knows it.
It is made by n world-famed laboratory,
which every physician respects.
It is now applied to some 20 million
corns a year. You can see that corn
tumbles me fast disappearing-
Then why pare corns and keep them?
Why use methods which are out-of-date?
Try this new-day method. Sec what it
does to one corn. You will never forget
its quirk nnd Kcntlc uction. Your drug
cist sella Utile-jay.
Plaster or Liquid
The Scientific Corn Endcr
llAUCK "fc BLACK Chicsjo New York Toronto
Msscn of Sienla Suriusl Dltintua anil AIUJ 1'io.lucts