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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, MAY ,31, 1D20
Fight Over Platform Will
Includo Many Con
PEACE PLANK IS FIRST
President Wants None but
to lie Included.
Tty da vn M (TltL'tlcM
International Nw flervlrn Smff
WAUIII.VOTOK, Mny JO - I'rwil
ilrnt WIlMin rrtt'ly l hold
a itrmiK hunil ovr llm ffriniiliitl"ii
of thn ilniivriitln platform for the
Thn prfnlrtciu linn Klvrn il-p .'
si.irrAtlon to many if hr plirihn
tint hnvc turn prnpmMl f"r tli
puitform, It wm IwtrnMl nl thr whltn
t r.tm. awl In iirrimrrrt to nmnrt M
virus with forrp.
Thrrn strn Indication to.lny thr
rrctlflcnt im William Jintiliiu
I yjin will a t vnilnnr on fmrr
questions thnti win when thn rmivrn
tion vlnl ililo ii'ilon.
The prrlilrnt will ntniid on liln
plunk of ratification of thr. titv
with nothlnR morr than Intf rpiflii
1 1 v rfifrvntluni. Urynn will follow
1 i nnnoiincM plnn of rtvtlf Icti I Im on
thr lrt terms pnsdlhlr.
The prmlilrnt will flKlit nB.ilnit thr
pressure which will ! bronchi t-i
tirnr to put tho ilrinocrntlr pnrty on
rrcnrd n In favor of KniiiMnir of a
txniio to men who nerval In li w.ir
llrynn will stand for tnr KrainiiiK or
a bonus, to bo paid for by .x hi on
President Wilson Im prrpiirnl to
mn.H.r a concrsMnn to llrynn on tlm
question of prohibition. The pri-sl
drnl at present Ih In favor of hln
party Minding by tho prrsr.nl prohl
Mtlnn lawn and It In nndnrs.ond hi
will nbl llrynn In ninny measure
that iimy bo tierrsry to rh'i-k a
movenifn'. to socurci the lnlorniiiii"it
of the Han Frnnclsro convention for
lltflit wines and brnr.
On tho qursUott of iinlvfrl n.ll
llary tralnlnif. thn president and
I rynn nre cxpectcil to annul n ai
variance. The prrsmrnl ih hi hi in
favor of a modified roim "f uni
Thn presldrnt ilnm not look with
fioor upon thr nimnniont for thn
Kuvrrnmrnt ownnmhlp of tnllrnu.ls,
nnd strnnc pressure linn itlrrwly b. rn
brought to boar to Inil.irn th, dem
ocratic party to Inrtorsn such a pol
icy. Urynn haH announced himself
mi opposed to private, monopoly of
tifttnral resourced and In counted
upon ns hrlnn In support of thn jrov.
rrnment ownership of rallrnniU,
Thn presldmt nnd Urynn will bn
In accord on thn plank which "ill
concern women. Moth will urn hat
a plank bn plarrd In thn platform In
favor of women belnn ulvnn equal
rU'hti with men In Hip hnbllnit of
Hlowlv unlnliiK libt utrriiKth. thn
pn-iidrnt In dally kIvIiik inillcatloim
of hl ntrntiK will and thoo clonn to
him hnllrvn hn will nxcrt bin will to
the iilmot durlni; thn nyn when
thn dnniorratlo pnrty In Inyln Ita
coiirso for thn coinlnc rampnlKn.
CONTINUHD fROM 1'AOK ONI!,
nuking to bn mated, Iloth am re
ported favorahlo to thn randldaoy of
Onnnral Wood, III brief, thn num
ber and distribution of ooiiteHtn la an
Alabama 1. Arknimn 7, Klorlda R,
neorula 15. Louisiana 12, Mlnnenota
2. Mlnnlciilppi IS. Mlourl 4, Nnrlb
Carolina 17. Oklahoma 0, South
Carolina 11. Tenne9en 2. Texan III.
Virginia IS, and tho DUlrlot of Co
l.et. than 50 InMrurted vntnn am
Involved In the contests, Thlrty
flvn Wood delcKiitea nnd nlnn Low.
den deleRatea aro Involved. Thn
other contestants nrn unlnstj-ucted.
The state delcKatlonn themselves
probably will required by tho nation
al committee to dlsponn of f!7 sur
plun detcgatcH soloctod from nine
Headquarters of all the candidates
are tnklnK on nlra of business nnd
all the campaign mannRvrs on the
Krnund bIvo assurance that their
principals are confident of victory.
CONTINUED KltOM TAOrj ONR.
country, victorious nnd forever
grateful." he said In part.
Tho Karl of Derby, British ambas
sador to France. waB another speak
er After pnylnft trlbuto to the
American soldiers who lost their
lives ho said: ....
'Thn world has never ouestlonod
why America entered tho war nor
what her soimnrs musni viii.".
It was first to put down tho power
of evil and then to esiaiiliifn insiing
peace nmons in.Mmnu
the iillles they won tho victory. It
Is for uh to maintain tho Just peacn
they died to establish. Tho wnr waJi
fought to make tho world snf for
democracy and not for anarchy. Tho
hideous head of annrchy, In what
ever shade and wherever It may ha
found, must be crushed without con
sideration, without countlnR the
In some places tho Fronch women
madn tho day nlmost one of their
own brlnRlnR tokens to place on tho
craves of tho youtlm who fought be
sldo their boH.
In all the Catholic churche In
Paris, In the Jewish s-nnKORs and ,
In tho American church there wcio
religious observances of America's
day of trlbuto to her head, nnd In I
the nrnvlnces thcro worn number-'
less local ceremonies orRanlzcd by!
tho parish priests or the population
In Alsace a children's chorus
inarched from ono burylnK ki-ouiuI
t another to sing beside the graves
of fallen Americans, while their
mothers nnd sisters, with dead of
their own to mourn, placed wild
flowers or crasw wreaths on thai
mouudB beneath which lay iho1
For thn American army of ocru
lutloo, MaJ. Gen. T. A. Alloa apokc
.r tlm RreiK mtlif.irv imihh
liofi,i(te-Mis Mnr.i Ki'n"n h""'
morn than 2 1. ono Ariifilinnn .in
biirlrd. LONDON, May 10 Amerba s Me
morial day for her soldier ilesd had
n nnprei edenled obfrrvnn'n In the
British islns lodsy.
Thn -rsvns of 2.50(1 Arnnrb-.m snl
dlnrn nnd ssllorn were adornml with
wrnh and Anmrlcan flK a mt
nip from snrlvns; rntiirmlM in the
Amerlcsn LeKlon nod members of
"Hit AnpTlo-Amnrlrjin orRani.iions
C'nlr wern held In the renin
tnilen at rianow, Mverponl and
Msnihrsler, but thn most slxnlfb hiu
hnmnrn was paid t HI MurrnrM's,
nfflrlnl rhurrh of thn romrnons,
wbnr Canon CfirneRln suhdi-nn of
Westminster nbbny, tamlitd thn dneds
of the Amrrli nn "hero dead "
IteferrlnR to thn presence of
American snd Mrlllsh official (yov
nrnineninl, rulllMry and navnl rep
renntntlves. lart Ciirnn(l ex.
pressmi rnnvletlon ihnl their unity
In honorlnc Ihnae who had fulltn
belokened n mnlntrnnnrn nnd
strnnulliAnlin,' of thn friendship he
tW'een tlm two peoples, to whlrh
"thonn we reverenr. todny psld surli
Klorlmm msllmom "
lie deiiamd ihnl Ihmr hn hpl
fnllefi tm rd ll-n K'-onlnrnf r,f
tbst friendship Mid m,'..rnd 'hi'
"Ihe complex Intrrplnv of rtr.rld nf-
fn r im i ne. n.S'tr,H If ,ii ' tn i or
iiiliiii1eriiiiidnp Fi'it hi. sid"!
b'i.insn ihe muni urideri irmn's "(
AnierKsn and Mrlllsh llfn ara Iden
tlrsl" he firmly believed thn torn
mon spiritual hritAe of tho two
nntlons had been preserved Intact,
and therefore both would licnore any
temporary "moan liming dust clouds
ennendnrn.l by selfish Interests or
set Monnl nlupldltles "
John W Imvts, Ameri,,m ambss
ssdor. rend Ihe spiritual leiison Thn
lonl rhlef hiHtlre Ihe Ksrl of Head
ing. MnJ. fien Pir John llendlam,
ftobrrt I fklnnei Amerb-an consul
Keni'rsl, and mnnv n'her prominent
Amnrbans and Kriatlixhrnnn attend
nt A p.irtv of ' i v 1 1 w.ir veiersn
.ire ii rtnl r'.l.ifi This hs
Mmil'rd in S'inir im nnf.i' irers be
ing foree to "m-ike im esulOlis 1f'
irtaller. ' who were desTlbed nr
helm: "qnlle nnseilied ' The Mm
sltUHtlon wns said tn obtain In the
With reppi'l to conditions, local to
lh various teservs districts, the r
IWiri'Jis CHy and Hallnfl.
Number lft Ka ne i Hv i - Dur
lni April ihere w.m the first real re.
cession from the high tide of artu -Ity
of the past yrr or more There
has been a rnrtalieq mofm-i".
llvestork nnd ifr.iln res'iltme from
RELIEF IS SLIGHT
FROM HIGH COSTS
..lillnnt r r
o. mpled the frnr.i pe- I ""' 'rsnsporm.....i ........ - ..-
H.r'.l.e Held n 'V ier nslown I1 omp.inlnd by e. ,e f,nn, ., n.l
In ie rv i t the I.nsliani. vlrtims ships upon produ-et- "n""
r..,..il irnde IllR K lowed druvn nlll
i ihe Renersl sltimtp.n Is re;ardd as
an of ni'mirngemrru.
more nr less iintiet'l'd conditions aie
expened to previiil d irlns iradlust-
m"Number II (ImIIss) Then hns
bn a slow inn up "f mrrl-uitur ii
bn1nfs ami financial uperall'ns
which, however, hss had some penr
flelsl effscl Price have rontlmied
upward but the frtlllnit off In de.
maud has nffec'ed luruelv the h'Rher
pil rd nr nlfc 'I tif r l reionn'tOn
-.f n h'ultl. spl'l' of 'iiullon aiuonu
Imnk hoiroweis and users of cnpl
r r.NTINi Kt niriM PAOK 'INK.
lerlntlv Hlfertrd many lines of mm
it f ii turlnit. nl'hniiKn nen' r il mnnu
fntt'irliig 'ontlnuee ln eut'ntanllal
t'lliinn1 f'linc .11.11 kfIi" "f "Mb r. in
loh iMlfon mimI l.'il l(e I'H -
I'lntf in. I ir'.il' 'tub li.i t. tii.t t
ir.lili'd '.'ir, ,i i'"H 1 1 I il (tie;
Remember Your Friends
Do yon rouUzo how proud tho young lady or man fools when ho or she has
graduated from school. Then in consideration of this onlv occasion in
life lot's show our appreciation of faithful work and ability by presenting
thorn with something that will last a lifetime. We would suggest
Something in Jewelry
A diamond ring, diamond bar pin, brooch,' watch, lavalior, mesh bag or a
vanity case. A string of our fine pearl beads would be worth your look
ing at. All prices $8.00 and up. And many other things suitable for
presents. Let us show you.
For June Weddings
We have a large, variety in silver, cut glass, clocks and novelties suitable
for wedding presents. Ho sure and see our assortment before you buy.
Ovcr27Ycftr. A. Y. BOSWCH Co.
123 South Main Street.
anil Finest .Irw
elry Store In
In Men's High Grade
UNION DEPARTMENT STORE
112-114 South Main Street
AN ENORMOUS SALE OF
The liigKfift lmrpaiiiR in the world todny and tho working man's best
friend is army Roods. Tho Kovernntont needed 20,000,000 outfits to sup
ply her army of 5,000,000 men. Just think of the enormity of theso
supplies twenty million pairs of shoes, twenty million shirts and so
forth through the different nquippage. Today wo offer tho best of
these supplies at very low prices.
Kvcryone knows tho com fort and
wearing qualities of army shoos.
You can hit shoe prires an awful
blow with these at
$2.50 and $3.98
For motorcycling, driving or
work, there is nothing so dura
ble as khaki pants. All sizes
from army supplies at
Canvas leggins, spiral wraps of
good quality wool, and puttees
in wanted shades and materials,
priced now at only
$1.00 and Up
Army shirts sure do stand the
gaff for work. You have the
best selections from tho big
army stock here aU
There are hundreds of articles
here of general usefulness nt ex
tremely low prices. All army
blouses priced nt
Millions and millions of army
raincoats were thrown on the
Here at only
Look 'cm over.
Tulsa Union Department Store
112-1 14 South Main Street
Too Large Stocks
A late, cool spring leaves us with a
surplus of new woolens bought for
this season still on hand.
Woolens bought for February still
arriving, piling our already filled
cases to overflowing.
frankly, we aro overbought woolens that should have boon here in February still
arriving. Last year only 50 per rent of woolen purchases were delivered. Wo
bought more heavily and deliveries have reached 85 per cent of the orders, but
they are too late. We must decide on one of two courses Sell them and uhc the
money or hold them over. We're going to sacrifice 1
Woolens for future will he higher than now! Ask any storekeeper or clothing
merchant. But wc join the national movement for lower prices.
So beginning Monday, May .31, we will make big and final reductions that smash
profit opportunities, but gives you a chance to supply your wardrobe at saving
prices. Anticipate your future needs at these compelling prices.
Full Suits With Extra Trousers
WEAR EQUAL TO TWO SUITS
Former price $145, now $125.00
Former price ?M0-$135, now $120.00
Former price $130-$125, now . .' $110.00
Former price $115-$110, now $100.00
Former price .$120, now $107.50
SUITS "Made as They Should Be
Former price $120, now $110.00
Former price $115, now $105.00
Former price $110, now $100.00
Former price $100, now $ 90.00
Former price $90, now $ 80.00
Former price $S5, now $ 75.00
Former price $S0, now $ 75.00
Formerly $30.00, now $26.50
Formerly $25.00, now $22.50
Formerly $22.50, now $20.00
Formerly $20.00, now $18.00
Made in Tulsa in our best Style, Fit and Workmanship Fully Guaranteed.
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NO. 6 EAST THIRD STREET
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