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RELlABIt ITY CHARACTERENTERPRISE
THE MORNING
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
AVDRAOI IWORN NET I'AH
CIRCULATtl IN
26,47(
MAY .
VOL. XIV, NO. 269
TULSA, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920
lfi PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
WOOD LEADS ON 4 BALLOTS
G. O. P.
WOMAN PROVIDES
GREATEST THRILL
M r B. Robinson, Sister
of R00MV0lt Stirs
Republicans
ALLEN DISAPPOINTING
Fails to Come Up to Expec
tations Says Latta Was
Too Much Advertised.
JOHNSON HURT BY SPEECH
Wheeler Irritates Delegates
and Cause of Californian
la Badly Dented
Pv THOMAS A. I.ATTA.
CHICAQO, Jung tl. It waa 10:02
this morning Whan Chairman Lodge
ripped t he convention lo order anil
announced that the secretary woulil
rail the roll of the Mates for Die
nomination of presidential candi
date The lug moment had arrived.
Two minutes later Arizona. Ihe sec.
ond :atp on the roll yielded to Kan
gas and Governor Allen of that state
was being Introduced to the audience
The nominatinK apaach fell short of
expectations so far as the press sec
tion was concerned. This was I" -caused
an advertised event almost
always falls to measure up.
Yet at Its conclusion, and It was
not too long, a wave of applause that
IWapt the delegates section, ipread
Into gallery after gallery and lapped
Into Ihe lobbies and on to the street
rapidly developing Into a mechanical
demonstration that lasted upwards
of 40 minutes.
A few moments after the applause
began there was loosed from the
arched roof of the coliseum thou
sands of the now celebrated Wood
fea'hers brilliantly colored In the
various hlne. red and other colors
There were no white feathers. They
numbered in the thousands from
three widely spared points over the
' great nudlence. the spot light play-
Al across the wide roaches of th
mVml.li!g nnd'oreated n wondorously
ylautlfu1 and Inspiring effect, fur
ther exciting; the crowd which re
doubled lis cheering
While It is tru that the demon
stration followed the nomination of
leneral Wood was the greatest of
the dsy. aa far as the erowd I" gen
eral wag concerned, the Ixiwden
demonstration which came a few
minutes Inter was heeler staged and
managed among the delegates.
Woman Mir Crowd.
It was left for a woman to reallv
stir tho great rrnwd to lis very
depths a oil teaoh with !t an appeal
as thrilling as any that has been de
livered during Ihe entire convention.
The woman was Mrs ('orrlne
Roosevelt Robinson, sister of the. late
Idol of republicanism, who now
sleeps on that knoll In Ihe Oyster
Bay remelery within sound of the
ceaseless muttering of the mighty
At Un tie and who tight years ago
Mood at hav in this city fighting an
"Id guard thirsting for his political
blood.
j. Tin' feature of the program came
W1 AM . nmnlata surnrlse. Not a news-
I i p'r man In the press section had
lie t- ichtest Ink ing mat a woman
w-'is to second tho nomination of
Oentral Wood, to say nothing of thai
upramaly important fact that a sis
er of noooevelt waa to he the wom
an It was the one great surprise, of
the convention.
And when Senator Lodge, gra
ciously accompanied her out on to
the platform whleh was just far out
nougtl from the press section and
n load carefully In ihe light pool.
ti"i before the sensitive amplifiers
ar.d announced her name, there f"l-
rriNTINl'KD ON PAGE HEVKN
7'o Announce Ballots
From World Todau
As a spc-lal service to Us pa
trons who are watching with In
terest the anions of the raptlMi
can natlOMl convention The
World has arranged lo announce
front Un office building on south
Hnnldrr the authentic returns aa
they are flashed over Its wires
from the Coliseum In Chi ago
llullellns on the nomination
which many believe will name
'he next president of the United
Stales are expected to arrive
shortly afer the convention ia
called to order at 10 o'clock t'tlH
morning, when the fifth ballot
will probably ba taken. Immedi
ately upon Ihelr receipt Him will
he megaphoned to those who
gather In front of The World
building The service will be
continued until tha nomination Is
effected.
CONVENTION
Wire Flashes
WASHINGTON. Juno tl Th. bodies Ol
.Taturn ii Hlaino. the republican nominee
for president In issi an. I iwl.-a secretary
of alale. and tils wife lod.y .in tiring
peepers to Bt sent 10 Augusta, Maine.
wlitTi thry will be given permanent burial
In a nietnnilal i r K Plain., body his
Inln fur 27 years In Oak Hill cauietiry
heru.
DUBUK. 7mm 11. Ctatttktl Carroll
was ah.. I dead today by parly of arniail
men In Minerlrk. He was (be both police
Victim aim a January 21 laat. A mall train
Wri, Held up near Klllarney and the mall
and baggage aelled.
PHILADELPHIA, June 11 Senator
Holes PenroS. was reported greatly lm.
proved In health t'iday and la now able to
nave the arm chair to ahlih ha hsa
been confined for aeveral deye. The sen
ator contlnoea to keep In touch by dliect
wile with tho republican national conven
tion at Chicago and hie frlenda here de
clare he played an effective part In shap
ing the compromise on Hi" league of na
tions plunk In the republican platform.
I'l-:TROIT June II - -Seven persons were
killed by llatlitlilliK or dl owned and 13
crlously Injured during a combine! Ion
hall, electrical and wind storm that raged
over Detroit eaily last night. Knur of
tho deat were members of an amateur
baai-hall team who had taken refuge from
the storm under the shelter of a tree, tils
other players were Injured by tho bolt.
CHICAQO, Juno 11. A call for a na
tional convention of the labor party waa
being prepared today by Frank W. Ksprr.
secretory, annuuroln glhe convention will
be hclcl here July 11 to 1.1. Ksper said
I here would be at least 3.500 delegates
from VerlOllt parts of tho United .states
in attendance.
QENKVA, June It. Mrs. Oarrte Chap
man latt waa unanimously r. -elected
president of the Intel nat lonal Woman fcuf
friige alllaaog at today'a session of It
congress here, biie has sgrred to accept
the office. It wua announced, despite her
declaration in a speech yesterday that she
felt compelled to retire.
WAIIAWi Jun. ii. --Th tTat havttl
ihititf the IllviT l.prrstnx which bfgan on
Mny 1 wa crnwtid Mtprday with t
rioHt ftUOMM fnr the Pole. Aicortllnff to
the Polish offh hit rommunliiuf today. The
hoi nh.'v Ik I, ayn t h mt & tern tit , hart con -
! ntrid division! of Infantry In thli
net' tor.
JtO.M B, .Tun 11. Italian warahlrn t
kvlOM havi biruri htunbardlnir th Al
hxnim Innurrffnln lalil an Kxchannfl Tel
L'luph OiMpittch rrotn .IrlndtM thla after -mum.
Alin wan i.'inirti'tl aurmunded by
tnaurfnt Albanian troop.
NKW TOR1C June It, A ait prom court
Hiry tonlKht ritUMMd R VtrtUfll Dl aullly
la th i tM r Polio inpctor Dornlalefe
Hoary. harjtl with prjury as th r
ault of tPBtlmony rooOBtly tlvn by him
tefnre the cKtraortllnary yrand J'iry.
itianrlnn (hat Aaalatant Platrlct Attorny
Jamoa K. Smith trtM to fntpr Into a cam
bllnv partnerahlp with hi in In 191ft.
COLUMBUI, Ohio, Juno 11 Senator
Warren O. HanllnR a declaration of candi
dacy for thf republican aenatorlal nnml
rtittlon, waa filed at lb aocretary of atate a
offti; h-rn a few mlmitea before mid-
nlitht. thv huiir when the period for flUn
or inn . ii una rim a-kpirea 'i mm
neceooary papora wor brought to Colonbua
by OOOftft Oi Hurrla of Cleveland
CUatVBLAKD, June 11 Two hour b
fore the expiration of lb time limit for
fHlna the AuKuat primaries, former United
I ilea Bona tor Theodora K Murton tonight
nnotinood hia rnndldacy for th republl
u t untr'-KHional n'milnatlon from th
Twenty acond hlr dtatrlct.
WAMAW, June It. Another Ivdahevlkl
nrunTed ttalri .tiff I red and manned by
Qarmaoa v. 1 1 h machine fruna, has been
oapturod by the Pulea near th Kiev
bridgehead. Ita capture Is attributed to the
performance of Capt. Edward J. t'orsl of
Mmuklyn, a member of (be Kosrlualto aero
tqnadron, who. it Is said, flew beyond the
rrslfi -2d C'Jt h rrs by means of homha
lienitealy Npeclitl t
Fried Taarllnc steak, pan Oravy. rot
tairc rd PotatOM, Macraronl au Oratln,
June Peas Si-rved R to 9 p. in. Oanrjnar
I f 12 p. m, Pom fnrt ably cool. Kennedy
KestAurant.-A'1vi
Atnhaina ....... 4
Arkansas
Arlsona I
CallfiirtilA
Cal.rgdo
Coanatleut
lists war.
ponds 4t
(li-ergla
Illinois 14
blalin I
Indian 22
Inwa
Kansas 14
Ksnlui-kr
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Main. 11
Maryland l
Masaarhilarlta. .. 7
Michigan
Mtnnssuta It
Miaslsslpi'l . - - 4H
Miss.. ml Vi
Mrntana
N'sl-rask. t
Nevada I
4 I
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New .Jersey
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New York
North Car. ling
North I'akola .
ohln
Oklahoma
Mregnn
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Ithoil. Island
ao.tn rarohna
south Pakota
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Vaehlnglon ...
West Virginia ... .
Wisconsin t
Wyonlng
Alaska
Diet of t'ol bta I
lUwall
I'll 1 1 1 PI Ines .... I
Porto lllrn I
Note- I'll', hard on first, 22;
md. 1; third, 1. Dupont on
GOTO JOHNSON
OH COMPROMISE
Offers Taken to Head
quarters: Wood Men
Seek Agreement.
CONFEREES ARE BUSY
Midnight Finds Maneuvering
at Its lloijfht -Many Con
ferences Are Held.
WOOD MEN ARE SATISFIED
Are Hopeful of Situation
LowdenVs Aides Predict
Nomination Today.
lin'f. Sum 12. I "arty
l'AlerH i 1 1 1 1 1 i j 1 1 1 1 1 j.' In tJw all
mul't (xinfrrriuv raiid at 1!
o'dlM-k itl.M lioiinlfli; on tM.ItltllK
Ottt of tl" mi that It li-nl not WwtH
Mnsltlc U 11)1110 t iiiiy .iv . iih im
untl thut )Ji N)nvrnlJtm woiiltl V
mum In iJir niri)tiift ut tin point
whrro It l'i( oK at the Ctmrtli rml-
lot
Tho loadcrR woro In aortl tliat
ful untl liowden miiHt furtlior
try out Uirtr Mtj-onf-tJi u for- ff
furtM U onnoi'iiirato on a tliirk
liorw i -.Hi, j in huc4'oseif ul.
Ilic main dlfflOttlt Una lioon (lie
rftLs.i of tniiKir naWfflllBt.fai Ui -riit-.'
tlii'lr OppOaHOlaiUaM until
thoy ran roHvo n-it.---xi.ihlt aMHiir
aniTH tlmt iholr VOt-M uHl f u i-ni--.ii
tlio DOOeaWVl nuijorlty Ut (Mime
cundJtlato wlm can win.
No OtIC hi' '"ii, aMr 0 iicroiint
for tho iltihtiMni oto. I I H only
Indlcjitton OaVBIO fnni HoilaMllff
Hornli u snltl nHtltOf WihnI nor
Low dot! ptoonM POOOAVtJ tl-t- nomi
nation. CHICAQO, June 11. At mMnlRht
the maneuver. tiK nni mnlVrrinK
amnnjf the convention tOftdort was
at Its height and centered at a con
ference fit one of Ihe downtown ho
trla where Sentiinr I.odjjre, Senamr
BmOOti Senator WitHon, foffDOl1 Sen
ator W. Murray t'rane, Renator Ilo
rah and others were jirestiit.
Other OOnftrtnCOf wer- ffoini; on
nt other hotels and vnriouM club
The Wood hcaduarterrt t iZprtMNd
sattafactlon with the situation. LOW
den headijua'-ters wa pre. Ik t liifr
sufficient accessions tomorrow to
start tho KOTOrnor tpWaVrd the neccs
sary mnrwin. And It was known lhat
tho compromise offers of various
BOrti wers botng carried to Johnson
hearlquartrf.
While the Pennsylvania dejegra
tlon wan caucuslnic anu Af re)tln to
stand by Governor Bproul M buiK
u thy feI hf has ;i ohftlttlfl Ulfl
howdtfi forces wer couitliK on
pains from thut quarter on a break
up which they wcih expecting to
CONTINl'KD ON PAliK TWu
First Four Chicago Ballots Fail
JOHNBON
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Sutherland on llrst, 17;
flrai, 7; second
third. 2; fourth. 2.
ADJOURNS UNTIL THIS MORNING
Obtain Argentine
Sugar-Big Supply
Is Made Available
BUBNOI AtRBS, .'unn 11 Tfia
I'tiltoil Htntea sjiiveriiiiiPfit tins
liniiKlit 14. end Itms nf Atv-nlln-'
gUatwTi
NEW YOltK, Juno 11 Thirty
four ntlllluii pounrla of siiK tr will If
.iMillahlH for comniert'iai canuors
ami piaaai tail durlnii tho fivti
moiitlis from Juno 1 to OetObaf Hi
A. W. Itlloy, apaolal ntislstiint to At-
tornfjr Qanaral l'ainuT, said bara to.
day. Aaauranoaa thut tlta nigral1 will
ba provldad wara atvatii Mr. Rllay
MHiii, by rapraaantatlvaa of th lemi
inK rannara.
Rapraaantatlvaa of tho ranning
anil prrsi'i'VliiK imliiatrtt-s told him,
ittipy laid, thai both Itiduatrlaa wara
In a si-rloua t'ondlton duo to tha
throHti'nod ahortaca of augairi Tha
rofnrs promlaad, iio atfdadt thai tha
sup, ly would ho aviitlnlilr at a rea
sonable) prlt'o. Thoy cxpn'ssod wlll
Imtnoss to fill thi' ordt-rs of all os-
aattttai industries hut daohtrad tho
principal obataclo was lark of trans
portation facilities.
Hitchcock Announces
Gain Made for Wood
OtlXOAOO, Juno 12. At 1 o'. Iim U
litis tnornltiK iiiu-r a OtNlfWeaMW ullli
stole leaden, I i ml 11. M I tersniok,
ii, id Mnrshal of tlu- mnI fnitm
-Mid: Tile -.d , I. I , -t, t . will
sllek. On the Hi-. i ballot today we
will Inn.' a decided kuIii. I iuii
Cn-otly eiimiiratied. I Imve tieen tit
formed iilsiut Hx- eonfen-ueeM of
lenders nppoeied to Wood and Ihiu
I hey lia.e la-en Iryinv U i-enler iisin
it dark home eaiulliluiei."
Five of Crew Drown
ii f c tf if-j r .lenee to aagi in. miohuoh wm
Hen aUUall tiltS OOat Whan we laava lo re with a candidate
' nominate,! and our platform in our
11 1 1 IA DKTwPI ITA, June 11. Five
of the crew of Kagle B0i No. 25
were drowned today when the little
war craft was struck by a miuall In
the Dataware river and capsized.
Forty six men escaped. The victim
were i. night In the engine room,
OH man chisled a hole in the side
while the vessel was floating bottom
up and got out safely. a pausing
steamer picked up the IHIVlvor.
Harreld Will Get Into
Race for V. S. Senate
CHICAOO, June 12. J. W, Har
rolil, ileli-Rate lo the ChlrnKo ron-
vontloii from the Fifth Oklahoma
dlatrlot, tunljht announced his r u n
laey for the reputiliran DOIItltsaUOn
for I'nlleil Slates senator. Tine- for
fllitiK for candidacy eiplreg thero to
morrow night.
Four Deaths Result
jr. mw . . - , .
t roni neat in Lllicago
CH!CA"iO. Juno 11 Four deal lis
and five prostrations from heat were
reported today. The maximum
temperature was 3( a high mark
for the year. Three prostrations oc
curred at the coliseum.
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second, 15; third, 9
Warren on first, 1.
fourth. 3. LaKollette on flrit, 24;
Knox on second, 1; third. 2. fourth,
BORAH HITS BOTH
BALLOT LEADERS
Won't Support Either
Wood or Lowden He
Publlcjy Asserts.
MONEY RECORD IS HIT
Either Would LoM Thousands
of Votes BseaUM of Fund
Expose He Says.
IS DEMANDING "CLEAN MAN"
Willing to Support Any Bud)
He States Supported
Taft He Announces.
CHICAOI June It Senator
BOrah Of Idaho, one of Henator
Johnson's most ardent nuppoi (era.
announced tonight that he would
not support either b0W4ll or Wood
"If illher of them Is nominated"
ho derliired, "the Issue before the
American people will not no on the
platform of the parly It will be on
tlie Issue of corruption of the A"ierl
ran paopia
Senator llorali .xfireaseil his lews
at a public meeting of Johnson dele
gates. "We have reached a time
when II Is Irregular '" talk frankly
not only with reference to the situa
tion In tha convention here," said
.Senator Borah, "hut also with refer-
pocket I'm not here to grntlfv I" r
aonal taallng for OC against any ean
dldale. "From my atandptdnt, the inter
ests of the republican parly niol of
this country are sm , rlor to the tight
of any Individual to hold office, our
first object is to nominate Hiram
Johnson, hanaiiaa ha holds tha con
fid of Ihe American people.
"I do not pretend to say that there
are not other man Who could be
elected r Humiliated by the conven
tion tomorrow morning.
Hnt I do say with all sincerity
thai althar ol ihe two oandldataa
now leading he convention will not
receive, If nominated, hundreds of
thousands of republican votes.
"If althar of the present two
leading oandldataa is nominated the
issue will he the corruption of 'ho
elee. orate. There Is no way to avoid
the Issue This cannot bo blotted
out or excused.
Hits Money II. ...i,.
"I cm lak. tha records of these
liwo men- lllil lliey ai.i on mm- e,-
ficiaiiy In Waahlnfton reau them to
an audlanea and leave it to them if
1 1 i.e.- men should go Into the elec
tion. "Suppose I got Into Ihe conven
tion tomorrow and ask from the
rostrum for Mr Wood's repreaenta-
OONTINVaO OH PAUI TWO
to Produce Winner
COO LI DO!
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second,
!. Wats.
New York Police Baffled
by Death of J.B.Elwell
International Whist Authority and Owner of Race
Stable Found Dead ut Home May He Murder
or Suicide Robbery Not Motive No Signs of
Struggle.
NKW T04UC, June 1 1 - Mystery
derpened tonight In tha leatb of
Joseph llowne Klwcll, Internal lon
ullv known aa an authority on v hist
slid owner of at rating stable, who
was found unconscious In his home
early faday with a bullet wound in
li'.s head. Un died four hours lalei
In a hospital.
In an effort lo determine whether
Mi Blwall was murdered or com
mitted suicide, his aasnclaleg !n
social and club life were closely
iiiesi toned.
The mystery was Intensified hy
fallura of the police to find the
praapott with WhlOh ho had been
shot.
It became known tonight that he
dined on Ihe Itltg-i'arllon i oof
Thursday nlp-hf with a parly of
ffianda, ihere beltiK eight oiliers In
the party, leaving tha hotel ihe
party went to a midnight theatrical
performance nnd about I! o'clock
this mottling, Mr. Klwell bade bis
friends goodbye at Uruadway and
I'.'nd sti-ect.
Nothing more la known of his
movement, unill hla hoiuekeeper
found hve llfelesa In the tonnage In
tiie living room of his home at &:30
o'clock this morning senlnd In mi
arm chair facing the street win
dow. A pogtman delivered mall at 7:Jo
a. m. whleh the police say was
taken' by Mr. Klwell, The circum
Eating House Keepers
Collect Coins to Aid
Milk and Ice Campaign
Moved by a deslra
summer liveable for
ones, officers of the
to make
Ihe little
lintel and
lleslaiirnnt Men's nseoclmlon of
Tulau yeglerday paved empty
milk bottles bearing the printed
appeal, "Help to purchase milk
and Ice for the poor babies of
Tulsa" In all the hotel, and rca
IttfMta In Ihe ally s the gen
erosity of Tulsa ciiiz. ns mis tha.
hnttles, the coins and bills con
lalned Will he udded to The
World milk and Ice fund by A.
H. Itrown, secretary of the asso
ciation. nther Ttilsans who provtd yea
UrdjL that ihelr heart, are In
Ihe right place for the bable.
were as follows:
Aa previously reporter), nj
Mrs H !' nalt
Friday Night fharlly Asbih
II l Owvnn
I Kurr nihhong
a, h. Rogara
Petlv Jan Majann
Mrs D, R. Lynch
f no
14 ufl
1.00
5.00
5.00
10 (10
35.00
2 00
2.10
A Friend
A Vrleitd
I 79.00
date 142 20
Total to
voinobxi sa
II. Mot
Hallo
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!4. third. 24; fourth, 22, Borah on first, 2
.n on third, 2; fourth, 4.
stances IndtOati the shooting took
place in tile iiciiod Dial lapsed be
tWOan mall delivery nnd the arrival
f his housekeeper. The police are
otivlnced rohbery was not the mo
tive as Mr. F.lwell'a money and Jew
elry war. found undisturbed. Tticie
were no signs of a struggle. Mr. I'l-
xoll was alone In the house. Ills
l ed had not been toucher! ond hla
v'enlng dress clothes hud been
folded and placed on Ihe back of a
chair. An empty cartridge v.'a.
found on the floor.
Klwell was a wealthy broker and
pM.iMiti.nl horseman and sn author
ity on lirldge. He owned racing
titles with 15 or more thorough
breds. The hlondstalned letter
signed "l.loyd," which wag found
near him was from l.loyd Oentry.
th,' trainer of his horses which are
now on the Kentucky tracks.
The housekeeper, going lo work
today In the Klwell residence In
faahfonabta Rlvaraida drive section
--found her ainploytr sitting In a
chair clad In hla pajamiui anil ble.d
Ing from the head. There wag a
l.lood smear on this wall threo feet
from the chair.
Klwell s'nircd hla rtaldrnc. with
friends, hut they have been out of
ihe city recently. He want to
theater parly last night and about
midnight returned homo In a taxi
cab, ill. eyenlng clothe, w.ra f nil ml
near his had. hut the bedclotheg
had not been dlalurbed.
WOOLEN CASE IS
TO BE APPEALED
Indictments Charging Ex
cess Profits Will Be
Heard Again.
WASHINGTON. jun. 11, The
government will appeal frorm Fed
eral Judge Mack's decision dlamlsn
lng indictments against the Ameri
can Woolen compante. of New York
and Massachusetts and William M
Wood, president of the corporation.
It announced at the department of
Justice today.
Indictment charging profiteering
agalnl tha Woolen corporations
were quashed today.
Judge Mack sustained a demurrer
Interposed by Charles K. lri)gh",
special cou.nl for Ihe defense, which
held lhat woolen gooda did not con
stitute wearing apparel and there
fore did not rmiio within tho mean
ing of the .ever act.
Judge Mack said wearing npparel
was clearly a ncceaslty, but that con
gress by its amendment of l ictober
22. 1914, to the original lA'MT Hit.
clearly had In mini) the trade signi
fication of what cloth meant.
The court In-Id that although It
held thnt congress had power to reg
ulata dlatrlbutlon of woolen cloih, u
fell thai since congress did not
broaden the trade meaning of ihe
tartn "waarlng apparal,, to laoluda
a bolt of cloth, the court was unable
lo find any meaning In the act olhei
than the general trade use of the
term.
MAY REVOKE LICENSES
Three Tuba I'luslHnns Am Called
on Carpet BgtfoM Man- lisl
htil i:aiiiliicrH.
OKLAHOMA CrTY, Juno kl.
OhaPgilna conduct contrary to pro
fesslonal ethics, citations were pn
paced yeslerd-iy by It K Wood, as-
alatant attornay genaral and oounaal
for the gtate boarrl of Madlcai ie
amlners, Biitnmoiiing Ur, Arthur
Campbell, Dr. John M. La and it
c. i). Hood, all of Tula io appeal
hi foi o the board hara July 13 10
show why Ihelr lie urea to praOUra
medicine should not he revoked.
pOCtOf t'ampbeil and liortor Laa
are charged with advigrttslng that
l li v could prud ice Improbable cures.
and lii ctor Hood with having been
oonvtotad iti (adaral oourl if vioiat-
nnr Ihe na rootle act. Cumpla nt
mn mad- by ihe Tuin.i Counts Md
leal society of which lr. i! . Mall
Is secretary.
THE W FATHER
Tt'l.HA, June I -Maalmum, 90; Intnl-
ii.iini. 19, .oulh winds, (ltsi
I OKLAHOMA HaiunUy and Sunday gen
I .rally fair.
i A It KANSAS Satardal and Sunday gen
1 .rally fair
KANSAS f'untlniied warn, an-t general.
ly fair Halurday and probably Hunday,
LOWDEN RECORDS
HEAVIEST GAINS
Governor Secures 77
After Initial Ballot
at Chicago.
MAY NOMINATE TODAY
Lcadcrn Buny in Conferences
to Bring About Agreement
Among Candidates.
LOWDEN GAINS IN N. Y.
Strength Drifts Away From
Butler and Most of It Goes
to Illinois Man.
the Vote
Flnt llallot
We I l7H llupeal 1
lowden 101 Horah t
.lnhnsn IIIW rnlnrleiler 10
Hmi.ee IU Sutherland 11
Harding gVS ITU. hard ll
einmul 4 Warns I
f'aella. It Istlolletl tl
llillla. H
Reeimd llallot
Wm M1V Holler t
l.dea II IB O. I'oal 7
Jehnaaa 1IIU Berth II
llaeser '-. Penldeiter II
Harding 4 Halherland IT
Nnranl 7IH 1-rllrh.r.l III
( iMilldg. If I f ollella II
Third llallot
h-.ihI SOI Hnni I
I nwdeal lfllH Polariesier 1A
Jiihnann I4S Nnlherland
lluiiver "S Hon.li I
Hardin it lluiKial f
Snr.ni I is'.. Is. Pullett. t4
loelldg. 7 tm t
II ii lie, 41
Fimrth llallot
Woe lllVl knot 9
londen "su Polsdeiler l
Jolinsen 141) SntlierUad S
HiMiver S llnrsh I
Hardin n I In, Pout t
aproul 1 I a l 1 1 ei l a tl
I'esilldg. tt Wals-.ii 4
lluller 10
rniCAnO. June ll. Kour bal
lots In the republican national con
vention today failed to unite th.
necessary majority on a nominee.
It was tho first time since USI
that more than three ballot found
the party without a clinic, .nd th
geventh time slnco the nomination
of Lincoln that more than one bal
lot ha been reunited
Wood and Lowden were at their
high water mark when Ihe con
vention, after Ihe fourth ballot, ad
journed until 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning. Johnaon had received on
tho four 7 Vi voteg leaa than ha re
ceived on th. third.
The contest then stood:
Wood KM',. Lowden III; John
son 140H; Hoover 5; Harding DIM:
Sproul 79 Mi . Coolldge 25; Butler
20; Knox 2; I'olndaxter 15: Suther
land 3; Borah 1; Du Pont 2: LaKol
letln 22; Walson 4.
Wood's net gain, after the first
ballot was 27 votes. Ljowden'a vns
77 and Johnson'." 17. Thus the big
three each made accessions to Ihelr
forces during the four ballots.
Tline-rirncril light.
At Ihe adjouritmvnt hour It .till
remained a three-cornered flghl be
tween Wood, l.owden and Johnson
for the remaining 11 conteatanti
held only 240 scattering vol
among them and mogt of them had
been Ins in sieadllv since (he first
ballot, some one of the big three
making accretions at their expense,
Johnson Holds Balauo.
With these s altering votes Hi
ram Johnson still waa holding the
balance of power, his 140j votes
alone oven If east for either Wood
or !.m den would not lie sufficient
In nominal either and there was
not the slightest Indication of John
son deleggies deserting their nomi
nee 1 lie four ballots saw various
shifts and i hanges, with a general
declining of the favorite son and
rompllmtntary vote The vote for
In-. Nicholas Murray Butler of New
York sieadlly dwindled until on Ihe
closing ballot It stood at 20. l.ow
den forres took most of the aoeaf.
sions from Maw York. Twenty-foqr
gots from Wisconsin cast for I-i'.
eoNTINV 1 l-A'IK TBN
TDXBA'I I'OIH'L.ATION
ts to1 In favor of the Open
Sh ip and the pilnclpleg advo
cated by It. When you gpeni
your money with an establish
ment displaying the Open Shop
lard you are patronlglng a friend
9f the open Shop ni(.,vment.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Tulsa Open Shop IB-iuara Deal)
Association

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