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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920
ALLEN WILL ASK
Governor to Urge Repub
licans to Declare for
DEBATE IS FORESEEN
Long Di.MiMiHAion in Resolu
tions Committee Expected
Labor Will He Heard.
CIIIAii), June I. Governor Al
len of KutiMU, who Is to nominate
General Wood, arrived today nn'l
annennici that In would offer it
platform pl-ink declaring for Ju
ilhlnl settlement of liuluairlnl ll
piitea n Mm paramount lasii"
lore tln nation.
"e hml thought Hi" Inter
national (locutions would tin tho
chief issue," wil'l Governor Allen,
"but now industrial problems uro
our principal unicorn. I will n i ix-.tr
befnre the resolutions toiinnlflf .0
liak 11 plunk cMtuhlkihllirf 11 Inderal
tlll111n.1l to decide Industrial inn
troveisles, .iflir tonrlll illonrf and
nil other efforts hit failed. I have
groat hope Hint such 11 plunk will
1D adopted 11 clear declaration for
protection uf the nulillo uiMlnst
t'Ctiiinmlu prisniro of lniliiKtri.il
strife. I believe 'economic pieasum"
:i ttiu term, but It mt'iinx Inking tin
I hi lll u liy the throat and slinking It
unwii ny 11 mnkk.
finvcrnor Allen's il-( itiii t tin Hon
i.riaugeM 11 ('el i.tfi Imiioio tin- ri-sn
lullon committee, tin' American
Kt'di'intlnn nf Uilmr having plana
to send representatives hero In pre
sent organized lalior x vIowm, ()ov
rriior Allen wild hn would not pro
pose nntl-Ktrlkn liKlnlut ton lllic (lit'
Cummlngs riilliond law, tint would
urge I11WM to cionte 11 federal trlb
until to deride Imturlrlnl controver
sies. J f r mild ho would not demand
adoption nr the Kansas plu.t nor uny
specific fotm. hut would ilom..nd 11
declaration of prlnelpleV' prnvld
Ing for a plan which would inko
nwuy tun individual s right to strike
but would dual with iiiioiilrui'lc hi'
tween men to suspend 1111 Industry
needed hy tho public md alno curb
union lenders' powers to c-iitl striken.
Governor Allon had nn engage
ment today with General Wood to
discuss plans for presenting t in ucii-
rral'H nimu nnd other nf fairs of ihn
K. C. TO GIVE LAWN PARTY
Ontlmllo IIIiIiIId tiilcl in linnco
ttt CliiMmiixo Tonic lit,
A lawn Din tv and dunce tn which
the Catholic public) a Invited will lio
Blven by tho Knights of Columbus
at their clubhouse, at (504 Hotttli
I'VImco, Oils livening, Mm. D, Jl.
Humes will bo hostess for tho oc
cnslon. v.hlch will hn In charg" of
tho entertainment comuilttt'o. com
tinned of Or 11. J. Conway, rhitlr-
man: Arthur J. Murphy nntl l'rud
Tho .Knights of Columbus linvo
oxirnilcii uu invitation tn all Cath
oIIcb of tho rlty to vllt thilr homo
anil uro 11 nilu on -ac!i K111nl.1v vu
nlnir dnrlnw tho tmiumcr muutliH In
ordfr tlint tnomberH of tho chtnrh,
and OHptJIully yottiif piopln rtii
ployert aw.ty front homo, may linvo
nn opportunity in npnomo riolli'r
ftcriualntftct with other churcli n:m-
Convention Side Myltta
Wnntcd nt onco, novcrnl rood rml
blnodod 100 percent AmerlcnnH qual
ified to hold comnilnilonH In tho In
fantry nnd machinist win company
of tho Oklahoma national Rtiiinl.
Huch mon will bo cnmmlimlnupd nt
onco and inay iittond tho of(iorV
nchool to bo hold ut Oklalionn City
Juno 6 to 20. Advt.
Willi In "Sprint; IVpr?"
It In nlmply low Vitality, 11 luclt of
ICnerKj' ciiimed by Impurn tilood.
nilOVK'H TASTKhlCSS chill TONH,
realoren Vitality and Knortfy by
rurlfnir nnd ICnrtchlnR thn lllood.
You can noon feel tin Htrctii;thrnlniT,
Invlgorutlns KffecL 60c. Advt,
that M:i:iin) 7Afv
nnrforit't Arltl riio.tplialo
elvea that needed punch to nil homn
drlnkn. Trj a poonful to a glann.
At your druggist. Adv.
Famous Blnckfncc Comedian
Featured on the Bill Which
Opens nt tho Orphcum
At least 50 per pent of Tulsa's
population has hoard of thn famnun
hlackraco comedian, Uort Hwor. Ho
has appeared horo many time In
tho past with tho best of mlmdrnl
companies. Now, howovor. Ilort
has boon persuaded to uppp.tr In
me Time vaudovll 0 and ho will nn
pear na tho featured not on tho bill
next week ut the Orphoum, murtlng
Port Swor will bo only ono of sev
eral Kooa acta on tho novon-act bill
Headltnlnc the bill Is Harry Watson
Jr., who prtsentH his fumous 'r.at-
tllnn Kid Uugan" and tho telephone
itrone, jiarry waison, Jr , Huh ,os
Klbly ono of tho funntost nets In
vnudovillo. Uu won featured with
thn Now York Winter Garden and
Zlenrfcld's Kolllcs for several seasons
una inter with Jack Norworth'H OddH
and Knds show. His bits of bur
lesmio aro rlaialrs, Thero will be
five other net on tho new bill nnd
thn show, as a whole, promises to bo
one of the hest of the hcuson nt the
Now and Nifty
8 West Fifth
PMirAOO, Junn I Hoover will
be Mm nominee." Hays ymme Itob
en T.ifl working hotly at lloovf-r
hendiiiiNtlers Junt nn If his own ill
tlngulahi'd dudily wen not being
tipped as a p'lblo ditfk horse.
CM Piano rnp ate worried over
news frmn WashlnKton ihnt those
nremirul aufft'iKi'ts who set fires In
fionl of the whltehniise and not
tinniel es nrrntted diirlnic thn war,
will desrenil on ChtiyiKO to harriss
inn rniTiiles) of the uffrn:i nmind
rnent. Whether 10 Imnille them
with kid or ImixIiik kIovos Is the
(oetloti, for Ihey'rii prolty sure to
tiiKo tlui law HKhtlv
"I've run out of 1 on verso linn,"
ld younif Teddy ltniwnvU 10 a
reporter. "Vnu tell 'om li's no rhlp
off the old block, bo's B Hpllntr, '
iiinimenlod a tin ril fisted t1t(iita
from wynmltiK when tills was
brought to Ills attention.
The Rates of oiim rlty never before
admlttod so innnv press nuenls ns
are hern, everyone rtdlnfj Ihn win
ni'f. The iisyrhoptiatle ward nt
Kankakee In tin. loi nl retreat for
rosponsllile editors who listen con
fidentially to their Imbblo,
"Thn repiihllrun platform will be
a miered obligation between thn
Iiarty and (he neonln." says Will II.
Hays, while Invltloc wets, drys, far
mers, labor unions, capitalists, re
formers pro and antl suffraiiettMi
and all other coulendlns; snetat
forre to appear and present nrju
incuts In favor of planks.
To present the Irish muse to the
repuhllt'iiiiH Krinionn Do Vitlorn
president of the Irish republic will
attend the convention and perhaps
print a little dally Irish newspaper
for free lobby circulation.
The !owden and Hoover repre
sentntlvo aro so closely quartered
at the lllackslono hotel that If any
one sneezes nil run hear.
I'usyfooters nre critlcl.lnc Will
Hays for his open sessions of thn
national committee, denliirlnK too
much tins come nut In thn preps re
UardlnR contests. Kxecutlvn ses
sions are now lu order but Hiys sn's
thn results nre In hn given out Immediately.
"You don't have to hire 'em for
Hiram." In a catch phrnsn Invented
by Mrs, Allen I-ano Itoblnelt of
Tall, sandy, dapper, clear Trank
Hitchcock, who ban been Just sort
of standttiK around the edges of the
InterestliiK groups during tho pant
wenk, seemed to have Important
business on hand today, Thn In
sider scrap 'twlxt him and tho snap
king or Clnclnnntl linn been settled
by tho commanding general of tho
Here's ono froma locnl newspa.
per which Is nntiigonlstlo toward
thn distinguished governor of Illi
nois; King a song nf checkbooks,
A barrel full of J. irk;
All the IOwiIimi delegates,
Are going to glvn It back.
COAL WAGE BODY
Anthracite Mine Diffi
culties Will He
WAHIM.NTO.V, Jim" t. --('resident
Wilson lodny appointed a ininmi.
Ion of three men to itle the wngr
I 1 K 1 I
r.nltoverm hetween the ftnthrm It"
nl mini rs and operator
Thn commission award Is to
made within no days If pnmlhle, and
l'S sv.hkIs nm In wanes will he re
troactive to April 1, the dnto when
the contracts between the miners
and I'pcrntom explrad
The members of the commission
are William C Thompson of Colum
bus O , Neal .1 Teuy nf McAdoo,
I'.i and Willi. im I, Connell
ivh' wi 1 repre
M.t i i iul'-i n
t r .1 r
M' 'I ' ,. i'
' eert 1 i t ' i i .
I r uri r i i
miner, la a member of the execu
tive mrnmlMee of the t'nlted Mine
Worki-r "f America .1nd Mr, Connell
tile operator's representative, Is an
ITnder tin agreement the miners
are to remain at work until thn
award Is made. Iloth sides are ex
peetrd to abide by the commission's
Ibis nrocedlire In setttlnir the con-
oftroversy In the anthracite fields Is
similar to that followed In adjusting
the differences hetween the hltumt
m-'is miners and operators early this
.r-it after the strike In the soft coal
f'f dx inM November.
WnilAAM PAVKItSIIAM COMINC. TO MAJKSTIC TOMOItltOW
One of Amerlra's most dls
ttngulshcd actors will make his how
to it Tulsa aiidlonco tomorrow In a
colebrated play called, "Tho Man
AVho Lost Himself." i
In this play there Is, found tho
Ktory of a dual life. Tho question
of whother It would bo posslblo for
a man to find such an exact double
of himself was raised In connection
with tho making of tho play "Tho
Alan Who Lost Himself," unit tho
result Is it surprise
Mr. V'aversham's rendition of the
rnlo assigned him In this piny Is of
tho samo caliber that has made his
nnmo an International household
word. On tho stago or on the screen
he Is always the perfect artist. In
this production he Is ably assisted
by Mrs. DoWolte Hopper, who Is cast
in an ugreuuoio role. Advt.
. V I an.
l j f rruTsritlkiudMuEjNturirA
YJ I Good fkiOspcariNc; IrtsTirure I
Just add Waiter
Both the work and tho uncertainty have been taken out of cake-baking. Just add a tumbler
ful of water to sifted Excelo, mix and bake. It's as simple as 1-2-3. There's no danger of
'falls' or 'sads'. Every time you take from the oven a warm, deliciously sweet, perfectly baked
Ready to Bake-Jusi add Water
We make Excelo you bake it. -The eggs, butter, sugar, flour everything
except the tumblerful or water we assemble and mix in just the samo way that you would
assemble and mix a cake at home.
In four iMipular flinors opltvil IKmII'h Food, Vnnllla, olioiiilato nnd Iamiuiii nt jour grocer'
B. C. OATI IN COMPANY KANSAS CITY MO
Isi.itlJ wdicranil ntlx
In on r
nor mUI we
up I n
make f tril
thine lirre U
marked at a
when It ar
that price Is
lit) a fair
319-321 SOUTH MAIN
B. V. D.
We Can't Change the
We Can Change Our
Nowadays the men who must of necessity stay at
home during the hot months find it much more
comfortable if they wear a cool, .lightweight suit
from this store.
You can choose here from fine summer suits of
Genuine Palm Beach, Gaber
dine, Tropical Worsteds,
Kool Kloth and Mohair
In single and double breasted models; in plain and
belted styles; with the assurance that you will look
cool, feel cool and still be smartly dressed.
The prices range from
$20 and up
Extra Palm Beach Trousers at $7.50
Dont fiorget that we aro headquarters for
Quality I Straw Hats. You'll find every new
shape and weave, antl the largest assortment,
too. $-1 .hnd up.
Wilson Brosl, Mansco and B. V. D. makes in
cool, breezy Vwcaves, that mean hot weather
comfort. $1.00 and up.
Just as simple as 1-2-3
Bp,Ofatn)nttTtffum,Se vry,kr rcrntptet
For the Hands