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TULSA DAIIY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1020
Inrluilr-il
CIllrflKO,
I'M. lino.
CIllCIRll,
M'CABE BRANDS
REPORT SCANDAL1
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Says $100,000 Not Drawn!
From Frisco Hank to
Aid .Johnson.
PROBE TO GO DEEPER
Senator KcIkp Promises to Toll
Na in of Informant on Cal
ifornia .lolinnon Humor.
rriMTIV M KHOM I'A.lr". ONK
rnrtfw. Miirh of thm money. Ji"
'4R Wnt OlllKKl" of h.' mi
llr Mid h" hn1 iprgrih.-rt for ni
t or.k nn.l h wmii tifKi tl to rrmnin
hi-if unlll thry iirrlvert.
ln,rr iiiprl' ll" t'tlfl' .
Mnt eixhl or nln.. tlm nx mull
,. at thr ..pt .KilniHtc J inn,-
r. r 1 1 h- !' Tn"' Houwt
ii, rn hud employed women n well hi
linn to mK i hmi.-l' hoimo nn-
iMi in mmt illiiilciit nnl hii.i mmiy
: puirt worker InrluillliK SIM tuiriilii
it the poll. He "Ino 'l'-lreil Mint
lln ie hurt nnrn exlennlve i1vrtl.ltiK
Mr Hprnirti nnlil riiilrlliutliinn In.
i.i . i .1MM7. Mm' Colonel Wllllmn
( r, iper I'rortnr, Cinrliinull miinii
fin hirer, hml inHanreil th-'I.H"1'.
A 14. Mofiell of New York H 00.00(1
.mil thm the Cm llxeli.iimn Nu
ll.. nut lint of ChlroKn iiml Hie Mer
Imnle I.onn A Trml Co of CIiIiiiro
Iiml eiirh louneil Jion.nno mi nnim
elcni'il liy Colonel I'rortnr.
Conlrllnitlonn 10 Hie runiiiniKu
fund, Mr HpniKUe eiild,
.1 ..tin II ltnekefiiller. .Ir
J."..000. A. H Mnnell
M'lllliim. H'tlKley, ,lr,
JlO.nOO, II. M. llylleMy. ll.""", (inn
C I) Mehiiffer. ChlrilRO, tlO.Oflll Mr
nilileil that Wllllum I.nrli, rnpreeent
Ini: n New Ymk roiumlitef, li.nl for
warded J 22S.OOO
Mr. Hprnuiin lnellfled Hint III"
whole ili'flrli.iiry. tlil I. I lie differ
enre between the iilii'mntu ronlrlb
llled nnd thnen epent wiim JS.'l.ntin
Replying to Hni.ilor Iteed, ileinornit.
of Mlneoiirl, he M.ild, there un no
unde-rHtindliiK with any Kinnp of
rlrh men that thle will, to lin repaid.
Tn I'ay c t it Noli'.
The wllliniw told tile rnmmlllee
the iiureement with Oiilnni'l I'rortnr
was that 111" ndvanro would be paid,
but be wild lin bad "very uriivn
(loul)ln" Ih'at It would bo dune,
nddlnr; that he exported to pay bin
own note, referring to an Instru
ment placed with one, of the b.ilikM
for 1100. 000 and HlKtied Jointly by
lillmrslf and Colonel I'rortnr.
Mr. SpraRiln banded Chairman
Kcnynn ti ilnlalled rlatcment of re.
celptn and expendllurrH It ehowed
rerelptH of T 1,1 RO.O 13 20 and expen
dlturi'H nf 11, 171. AID 10, with u ti.il
anrn of jr.,121 01.
KxpendltureH on rlnle ornanl.i
tlnn worn plared at )43S.9SH, for
ponlnce, npeakem, IravelbiK expenHeM,
rlrrulnrl7.ini?, lilllbnnrdH and tele
phone and telcKrnph $377,437, and
for newepaper ndvertlrlnK 1201. (ISO
Under a Kencral held of expenditures
1 160.006 wan Inrluded, nf which the
bit gent Hem wan "miliirlan" Chi
cago 142,977 03."
The CblraRii lif nilqun rtcru expenen
irm limed nt $ 1 1 1,70 R . the New
York lieaibpinrlerM tinted an "rnv
erlnu Alnlne, New ll.inipKhlre, Ver
mont, .Maw.irhufieltH. Connerllrul,
Ithndft Inland, New York, 1'rnnnyl
vanla, New .lerney. Delaware and
Maryland," 1137,500 unci Washington
hendrnmrterti "cnverlnB VlrKlul.i,
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Klorldn, (leurRl.i nnd Al.ibama,
431,000."
I'iiikIm DisbiirKril,
ry Ptateji illnliurHi-ini ntH were list
ed ah fnllowit,
Ohio H.SOO, tlllnnU M2O.S0O
NebrnHki tl,200, Indiana lf..l,
Or.fjon 139.030, Mlnnrola J2S.720
I'enniiylviinl'i t27, 100, Went Vlr
RlTlla ISfi.OOO. Mnntntia K'2.f.(l0, Col
irndo H. SOU, MlHKoiirl 111). Ifin, Ida
ho 19.or.il, Vanhlnitfiin and Alimka
17S0ll, Maryland 17.400, Michigan
19.HMI, Trnni'i'scii IS.OOO. WIh (HiKlti
17.300, hiwa 17.100, I.ouIhI.iii.i
II fiRO, MlMltHlppI 1 1,500, Texan
13,700.
Other Btateti. Inrludlng Oklahomn
Ifanrim. California. Nevada, New
Mexico. Arizona. Ark.uis.m Wyom
ing, riah and Kentucky, JlWi.ri.Vi
The lolnls fur each Htaln Included
tolaln for organlr.itlon work, tinwii-
FRECKLES
i p.
. ii
P i p. r . i '1 rt( imi
illlll l.lhK i ti
The r.'.fTt ehowd that In Ohio,
wheie ilingeii nf eceelve epenrtl
inre In Hie Vi.rirt-ltnrr1lnjr prl.imrv
i onlel liurl een moe l.-f..re ilie
i-rntii i' 1(i. noo wmk pchl un
M ite iiiifnn'fjitli.n," 1,12, 0n0 on
neuKpiipii ndverlmlllK and 134,0011
..ii "pom.iRr, npe.ihera' truvi'llnit ex,
leni" i ! . illarmlnn, ete. '
In Went trKlnlH the Item "hIh'p
i.rgniilnlliin" hbowert 7,000, "ncwn
paper mlv.rtliiltiB la, 700," "ptnie,
upenkriH ttmellnn ejtpennet, drill
In rlxtiiK. IiIII'ior.-'Ik, telephone and
tr.eiaph i,,S0(i,"
Ml Hpranne lentlfled Mmt the
money win pild out from hendnuar
(em 'on order fiom 'olotie rroetor
hi W II lliirtt."
"I ld Uenernl Wo.nl know uny
tliln abniii .hie?" nuked rtenntor
Jlee.l, demoir.il, nf VIImi.iiiii
' Me did tint "
"I'ld he knnw Colonel Proelor hfld
rtvaneert over $500,000''"
"I don't think hii kniiw Kny'h'nR
dbotil It "
"IHd he ever Nxk you nbit.it the
fli inie nf the i iimp ilKn " viintnr
I'omerene, rlminrriil, fihln, auk" I.
' lie ln-vei llil "
"And mi ll ver tnld hdii '
"I did thoiiKli In I. . f. . i-
Idy re. id the p,i.. ml, ", i
" wn ti, in (I., t.
dill v ' Mi W.i..nif ii 1 I
II In pnllll, (,..
ml I i ' , i I' I ' i i . i 1 1
I ',1 Til' II ll'.t I.U.1III. ..'
.MM'iibe Vnlti for l!.,il(n
Mr Mei'nti t.dd the '.,mnil""e he
unnbln tu nnc ex. i' I flKlllMI iiit to
how mil. b mm .le nt In the John, in
f.Rht In Vm llfornlH nnd bow mil ll of
the money mleed thr re for the en
Htnr wan eent oul nf Die '.ite, be.
ciine he nM not have I U tio'ihi
I'iih i r i h.1 wo,, Id f'lini-fli th
n.in.e nt I,m iiifiji'ina ill .i Hint b.
nilrht he Nummone, l,rfoie the rnm-
nilM'e
Kenatot lllt.br'.. k ..f Nebriinkii.
Nlipmrerl b.fuie the rommlltei. tn
le of expendll lire In bin l.rhn.f lie
Mild he lw.il no nmnnKer and
enmru'lKn. hut thai .liirlnn the prl
mary . ..nleet In Nehrnk a lllteh
eoek tub w forfneil and It had
Thean lie ha Iel.r.ipbe1 for, he.,fpent 3,ai7, which It received from
aain, ami tie wh aKeu in remain
herr. until they 'irilvaJ
Mr. M''''iibe mid the 'Inn' . r inter,
eft emlOMd Were m.iliV iiiiiI tlin' at
the pni-H and elwwheie the h id ex
perine,i biree mim. In i ' r l-.i i
afldlnK that thr . e.enl "i Ul.' ie
llmea an mu'li we. at th' ..i'
estimate ,ioo oun '
Keplvifi io H.n.iii' I-.. Ice i.p.ib
lb in. New .lerei-, tb- Wn 'in
phnileNlly .l.rii. ,1 II, ,n in, -,i Ii
fund" win iipent In ''.ilif.n ma fm
H.natot J ihtieon n lli.u nr l.ni-
aiilna had been apenl thit .-.ime ii,i,,
line, throurh ihanneu nui'iiie nf hi
conlrol. lll'll'lUIIC.'N HM Illlll I
Mr Mil al.e brand. -l ,ie a
flrty aeandal" it repmt inii
000 In ciltien' v waa dnin
17 au haerl bent
' I wiia the lament nh t r.c ." aal.1
H'natf.r lllteh' o. k " lwi I epenl
ft(.(. In li;i'.i'llnit un I fni rteimKi-iph
CI K '
P'T' i'' ' i Ml nr Mi M. .
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I hi'., 'I' ',l I I I'l.h I I ... 1 1 ' r
in i, i , I. i ' ' , i I h ,ii Mi
lh
le.. k
,,f ih,
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She was Fat
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r .t
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11 or,
(ii iit nt,. i
'.iiir i
r!M fm r i Ira .
)h I aii1 frit fir
(III at Ktftln r. 1 f
ir 'in '' 'f n if-
In thr n. ( n i Si W
la ( atlratll, n
tatif tint a l ii. f f
Ital'h Ji-'i0"t ' fat
tf IfMimri tf i r un.
frin Itif 1 1 t 4a
lattircr 10 0 ' "-jn U tlrw tjnitilfft
H'mlrr m4 fmi'n in Kff i !(' piaijin.
va1 It ir.t-Mit 00 ftU ARANTI I U.f
l I rt KnrHti ill ilty d'uigitt'l. t wfl't f'lf
f hrt if ('nt fi T'i'l lit .l'i wan f I.
Lwitiu ttt M Ml, HtiUnu t", t 1 .. tit.
f I
' 1 (' ' i b.1'1 heen taUrd la C Hif'.rn 1.1 f'.r
i. niil.ir .I'.hne'.ii h prllnirv lh' r,
Mr Wile refueed t. .lacl'i' hla
aiiur.ee. hut leallfnd that .1 II Itoa
eller. formerly nf the nhlppInK hoard,
and Wllluin II .'in.k'i .f I'alll'.r
i. la had be. n Inn'rumcntal In raa.
Inf the alleged fund
"If there wa a aluah fund In Cali
fornia we want to know It." Chair
man Kenyon declared aftnr a. nuh
poena bad been lrurjr.il for Mr.
f.'rorker
The wltneaa mi, b" hd "heard a
rood d.iil to the effect that nil ran
nl'Mt." In I'alifnrnla were epreadli.K
Ji I'Ond deal of money "
Mi Wile nerled tb'it emiml'ea
f extienfe for ooer In Califor
nia bad r.'.t reached nnvttiing like
, the .Klima'.n of expetidlture for
jjohnaon. I
; "I un. told," he wild, "that the
relllnie wan the limit for the John-j
I son ampalKn "
"If you were partial iihout It. you
I would write atone Hhout the expen-
dlturee of all candldatea," auld Hon.
atnr Heed
"Not exactly," the wttneea mid.
"I bad a direct etalement that 1S.
000 waa ralaed for Jnhneon In Call-
fornla "
l Iteplylng to further iiienllona, the,
wllncw Mid tile "paper la aupport- j
Inn Hoover"
I'.van H (nrrl of Albany N Y.
former demnrrnMr atate chalrmln. '
Was rn'led Hill ,'ii-'i',r rd .i . I 1
i anipnli:n f..r lira 1 M J .
lie a jld h" did not know wlv Hi-i
thervaa a McAdoo PomiMlgn a
McAdoo f.ind "We've l.c'-n m'd
een gle anmetblnr about tlu i -1
Cbalrmun Kenyon.
',,t'e been out of tourh 0r tw
jeare " he nnawered
"Did Daniel C. Hoper eei
J'OII about thn McAdoo randidir v
Senator IMgn, tepubllean of Nmv
Jerev, naked
"I II aay no nnd then explain " Mr
Martin replied "Mr Hoper nkrt
trn if I thoimht ho should it' up1
hii liiiilner in cane Mr M"'..l"n I"
rame a cundldate. I .tidMne'l hi"
not to"
Oft. LEGE
and Comervatoryot Mualo
TlthYmr. Utrry poiime. fichool
of Education ww" wiuwimi.
Jlllimr, ATI rnti miucuuh
nd lloma I'.cnnemlc. eVVisI',
ten nnn linffrllnr omSinl
tinder roiw tcicllon.
f.0"0 Nttrrlum.
llurinitorlfii with Int
nd cold running
water In ry na.
Bend for uUloK Mil
vleUxk,
H.UW.StrUlr-Mi
Ha. Ill C.lu-.M,, Me.
IXut't Midi' Tli. tii With ii Wll; Hp
lllill (' 'lllrin With Olhllli'
lloiiblc Mri ntlli.
Thli nrepni Htlrin for the remnva
of freckles Ih URUally no miccrnaful
in r.inoviiig (nrM.i. and i;imiik a
clear bcniilful comiil.Aiiui Unit It
la unlll under guarantee to refund
the money If It full.
Don't hlrto your frerklca under n
veil: get un ouiico of utblne and r
move them liven th flret few ap.
pllratlrina Mbould iibiiw n wonderful
Improvenieiii. some of tho ll-htci
fieekles vanM.iiic mitlrely
He rum to axk the druggiot for the
double, HtreiiRib ciblne. It In ihl.i
that Ih snlil nn tho niniiC) bark gli.it
mitce Ail-'L
W Young Men
Don't Get Bald
Cuticura Does Much
To Prevent It
Dandruff, itdiinR. scalp irritation,
elc.,)oint to anunhcaltliy condition
of the PCAjp, which leads to thin,
falling liair and premature bald
new. Frequent shampoos with
Cuticurn Soap and hot water do
much to prevent such a condition,
especially If preceded hy a fentle
anointinc with Cuticura Ointment to
rwts of dandruff and itching
Ml4 K..B Trl WU1. A4dwa Ctlnti
Uk.rtwnw.tMptur M14,.H, n.u r.,T
wh... btfc, Olatm.fit IX wid TaJmirarW.
NEW!
Mr. Edison's Wonderful
Kealismlest
Come in and hear it
Are you interested to know just how
realistic tho New Kdison is? The Real
ism Test is a test you can make yourself.
Takes 5 minutes. Stop in at our store.
Try it. Mark the extraordinary result.
Tfie NEW EDISON
A'( AVm'V.s In Chnnfir Kvt
sound innrc hitmttn whi'n
The realism of a phonograph
is the measure of its value.
Eiiison proves tho absolute
realism of his new phonograph.
His first proof is tho Tone
Test. The singer stands beside
the New Edison. I losings. Sud
denly he ooases to sing. The
New Edison continues the song
alone. If there wore any differ
ence between the two, the
human ear could detect it in-
7i livcoids of all other mnkes
ptaiat on the New lulison
stantly. What is the result?
Four t housand of these Tone
Tests have been given. Three
million people have heard them.
No one has ever found any
difference.
The second proof is the Real
ism Test.
You can't deny what you
can hear for yourself.
Come and make the Realism
Test.
Our Budget Plan of payment will be
interesting to you. Ask about it.
J EXCLUSIVE ED!S0HTST0Rl!!
J0 Went Fifth St.
Osctpe ,j!)5
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Emphasizing the remarkable
Value-giving methods
of the three Madansky stores
T ET us take some concrete examples of the values prevailing here now as primary proof
of our statements that this season no concern in this section dare compare values. Our
$20 Palm Heach suit for instance; had we not bought the fabrics for these garments nearly
a year ago three months before most clothiers placed their orders wq nor any other
store could offer this grade for less than 925. Or take our Tropical Worsted suits at $35;
they sold for $30 last year and would be $45 now had we not bought the fabrics when we
did.
XT K could name a hundred different instances where our policy of looking ahead and
V buying ahead is saving money for the men of th city. This season alone, the $5
to $15 saving per garment will amount to several thousand dollars. Because of the power
of this three-store organization each season finds us able to present values not possible for
smaller concerns. We invite you to make every test of the statements we make today or
any other day. And to see the fine summer clothes upon which we base these statements.
Cool Palm
Beach suits
F1 HERE'S never been such a com
prehensive display of genuine
Palm Beach suits in Tulsa as you'll
see here now. More of them in more
different styles, mode different
shades and a greater range of sizes
than even we have ever had. And
the values are every bit as remark
able as the size of the stocks.
O INGLE or double breasted styles,
one, two .1 ml three-button ef
fects. Some with half, others with
full belts. Rich new grays, greens,
tans, sand, cream, blue and mixed ef
fects. Sizes for stout, tall stout, short
stout, slim, short and regular size
men.
p LENTY of other cool fabrics, too.
r Cool Cloth, Eureka Cloth, Aer
pore, Gabardine, Tropical Worsteds,
Mohairs and fine silks. Pay any
price you want and get unmatched
value at
$20 and up
Oxford values Straw hat values
XT E'VE said a good deal about the style
and quality of Edwin Clapp foot
wear but less about their value. But isn't
it the stylo and quality that miikes values?
You'll say it is when you see the new ox
fords at $1S up. Others $12.50 up.
f UR straw hats, too, show very decided
w ly that they're splendid values. Besides
their fine style, they have quality of mate
rials and a degree of workmanship that
puts them .above ordinary straws. Prices
NO HIGHER than last year. Straws $5 up.
Panamas $S un.
Knox
Fine
Straws
It
0 Aa.da. nsky
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m a I
Clapp
Fine
Oxfords
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