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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
Sa v rwi a i r; . t 1 k . rur-i rMU
may . . . . 26,476
VOL. XIV, NO. 260
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 1920
rRICE 5 CENTS.
. C00LID6E TAKES
PLACE ON TICKET
Annouuees He Ac
FAME GROWS QUICKLY
Stand for Law and Order in
Boston Police Strike
Gains Him Fame.
BOOMED FOR PRESIDENCY
4 Campaign Conducted for Him
but He Did Not Seek Of
fice; Long in Politics.
rnSTON. June 12. Oovornor
' Ige whsn notified tonight that
In- hid been nominated by the re
publican convention for the vice
pr,M idem v. authorized the, Assoclsted
Press to say that he would accept
Onvernor Coolldge received word
ef his nomination in hla apartment
at the Adams housu In company with
Mrs. Coolldge and his aide, Capt.
I larlM S. Allay, and nil secretary.
Henry K Long. The governor In
dicated that he was very well pleased
with the honor. In his rooms this
evening Governor Coolldge had fol
lowed the balloting with the keenest
interest and upon the annnuneement
of the nomination of 8'nator Hard
ing, he Immediately sent the senator
a telegram of congratulations. He
had then left the hotel for a stroll
when be was recalled with word that
hli name had been placed before
the convention at Chicago a second
time, this time for tho vice presi
dency. Over a telephone line from the
local office of the Associated Press,
he received a vote of tht Btates and
the flash of his nomination. He In
dicated his acceptance and then an
nounced the news to Mrs. ("oolidgo
and the other of thir party.
The governor Issued the following
ll cut: "The nomlnalton for vice
president coming to mo unsought
Mini unexpectedly, I accept as an
honor and a duty. It will bi: espe- j
daily pleasing to he associated wit
my old friend, Ki nutor Mauling, our
candidate for president.
The republican party Iioh adopted
sound platform, chosen a wise
I t . i'l i and la united. It deserve the
confidence of the. American people.
That mnfldence 1 shall endeavor to
nOSTON, .lune 1 2 -Calvin -Tool
ldge of Northampton, Muhs., al
though In public Ufa almost ever
Since his graduation from Amherst
college in 1495, was little known
outside of Massachusetts until the
greater part of the police force, of
Be ton went on strike in September,
lilt, Coolldge was governor. Ho
ordered out the state guard to pa
trol the streets of Boston after a
night of rioting, announced that law
and order would he preserved anditnat otli
declared that the strikers were de
Barters and that their places would
be fl led by other men.
The strikers never regained their
CONTINU1D on Pauls six.
BACK PAY RAIL WAGES
'labor Hoard est 4 a Dwdasilsl will
Oner ar lllm l-Tmm May. 1M0;
AffcsiH 03 lVr O-nt.
CIHCAOO, June 12 - The ITnlted
States railroad labor board sn-
Illiiltieiwl liwluu thai ilu u . CV de-
' lion when made will he effective j
ax of May I 190 It will apply, ac.
''"lung to the time served, to all em-
Ploysi who were In the servl. e as of
Mai 1. a id who remained therein
or have come Into the service and
nm. nned therein.
Tl.e hoard addi that the decision
4VI11 BOVar only the employes of the
rmds represented by the execut ve
committee and of such other rnads
a- are properly before the hoard
'The decision however, will cover
approximately 9.1 per cent of the
railroad employes of the I'nlted
Btataa," said the statement, "and
the hoard, will as soon as practic
al. le, give a hearing to the represen
tatives of the ahort lines And other
aeariiers not represented in the recent
New York Life
Farmer & Duran
203 Palace Wdg. Phone ISt
IN G WIN
Marion. Ohio, Harding's Home
Cituh Wild With lou at News
MARION, Ohio, June ll. -This
Ii 1 1 lo centtal Ohio city of nearly 36
(00 people went wi.d with Joy and
enthusiasm tnnlghl when It learned
if lis cttlseas, Warren U.
Ji.irdiiig has been nominated fr
the prOMdanoy by the republican
Several minutes before It was an
nounced officially at Chlcugo that
Harding had been nominalist.
M vlon started eeiehra'ing w hat It
considered a mini thlntf. Factors
whjulea were tooted, cliurch bells
rung and Harding s frlendt, and
neighbors gathered In the streets
In shouting, laughing groups.
N'o one Vitui at tho Harding home
to rertlve the news.
Harding a father and slter who
live here were the center of on
Innrl firth groups of townspeople
who discussed eaclledly the develop
iMkW a Physician.
The fattier, Ur George I. Hard
llnC, a pra.dlclng physician. recc... d
'he rews of Ihe honor io his son on
h s 7th birthday He seamed highly
ttsd as did his ulster. Abigail
! irdlng. who leaches English In
Ihe Marion school.
I"he el ier Harding received the
rows without excitement. Ms de-
cin.ed ha had nut sranted his son to
be nominated, bui now that ha 1
nominated, Jie declared he would
vote for turn for president.
Barller in the day w4ien Harding's
l oMilnatlo . anoeared assured, the
father told intimate fnenda be
hoped "Warren ' would not be nom
inated aa BO many priwldents snd
men In high offices are iissaawlnated.
N. vertheKos Doctor Harding ap
prared to be the happiest man In
the world tonight.
Mrs. Harding was with ber huo
band ai Chicago when the nomlns
t on was made. The Haidlnga have
Senator Harding's middle name la
"'iamallel" The republican nomlnoe
knows how to smile evsn under de
feat. This was shown In the 181 e
(dilo campaign when he ppposod
.luilson Harmon for governor and
v .is defeated by the democratic can
ill l ite by mors than 10O.OOO despite
campaign assistance, from Theodore
tlenator J larding Is a Bucccful
Since 11 he has owned and pub-
Bearer of Republican Party
Senator Warrm V, Harding of Ohio
lllslied the Marlon Star He has been
in nawspapar work since na was i
Whon in Marsuai he si. ends his tlrnr
In the active 'management dT the
paper. He is a4practlcaJ printer and
delights in spending hours in nil
composing roran handUnn type.
Ha bea:aii hi newapaper work in
the Itarion Min or, a deinm ratu
uewapaper at ! a week salary and
was dlschargcdtifiom the staff dur
ing the ttiamcV campaign hapauaa
hai sym pat h lea wire wit h BlaJm
and because be- nnsmted on w' li.iil.'
Ihe high hat of! Hie Blaine parti
An Hili Sn.
The repiitdliuio (it esl'ient la rutin i -nee
v;i . ti-irn on. JST' vember 1J. lUiiS,
at Blumniina licniyi . Morrow county,
olilo, IK miles 'eaid of Marlon
Vhen a boy hltttfamlly moved to
Caledonia, nine nliles nearer Marion
wnere young Harillng taught school
two years. He i4aycd a cornet In
Mie I'alcdunlu hnsssbitnd, and later
received a college education at i
Ir.lle t aptlst colluge at Iberia iihln
V4 lien 1U, Harding movod lo
Marion to study law. but law did
not hold his fanCX. In co'lego he had
ti.pn editor of trie ooilege newspa
per and newstiajjer work thrilled
CllNTINl Sn CVN TACK TWO
CUT SOUTHERN VOTE
Convention Adoptx ItMKilutlon to Re
dncn llt-pnwrnuttion at (liloaco
I..i n. j. .is Coniiiiium
COMBBIIM. June 1 J. The con
vention adopted a .resolution direct
ing tho national committee to form
ulate some new ruks for representa
tion which would eliminate the trou
blesome situation prevailing In the
southern stales. It Is iii accord
with the plan of cutting down rep
On motion of A T. Hert. Senator
f.odge was appointed chairman of
the committee to notify Senator
Harding of hla nomination for pres
ident and that William Allen White
of Kansas, chalrnsan of the com
mittee to notify C'lvcrnor Ciolldg
of his nomination asivles president.
Heads National Commit
tee for Battle to
HAMON IS GIVEN POST
On Subcommittee to Select
Adams Vice Chairman.
CHICAGO. June 12 Will A.
Hays of Indiana wils tnnlghit re
el., ted chairman of the republican
Mr. Hays was re-elected at a
meeting of the Rational commit
tee presided over by Henry McCoy,
national committeeman from the
Philippine Hurry M I I .y. In rt .
national manager for s. natoi Hard
ing, appiure.l before the commit
tee on bvhaif of the peratuentia!
candidate reoueaud I'.at "Some-
tlimg prompt, sioippy and positive
he done foilhwltli," lo I inn h the
fall campaign. The Work OUghl not
to tm delayed, said Mr. liaugherty
He a Ked that a suhcoinmlttee
oo appclnted to confer with Isena-
tor Hal ting on Ihe wilectlon of as
slstant officers and an executive
The national committee elected
John T Adams of Iowa vice chair
man: Clareme K It miller of M In
nsanli stcratary, ami Qu) Howard,
also of Minnesota. useistaul ser-
A subcommdlee comiirlsing Will
H Hays, ehairman: Banatoi Works
of Mav4ach useti.s, I'hailes 1)
Hills of New York A T. Heft of
Kentucks. J. I. Iluiiii.il of Okla
homa, and It Will-nils of Ore
gon was aimoinl..! and autliorlKed
to select an executive eomtnltee rif
the national commltte. to he made
up of 1& members, eight man and
seven women Including an assistant
secretary, who la lo be a woman
Kennedy ttpcclal II. Kllet mlgnon
of beef, ZCih century stuffed to
maioes, corn o'llinn baOOQ and
mushroon sauce, served 11 a. m. to
' II p. m Kennedy restaursnt. Advt,
FOR PARTY'S AID
Feared Deadlock Mitfht
Prove Detrimental He
JOHNSON IS SILENT
Following Nommation Says
He Huh No Stall ment
to Make Public.
WOOD THANKS SUPPORTERS
Congratulate Harding ami
Issues Statement Thank
ing All Friends.
CHICAGO, .lune i -' Fear of a
deadlock which he believed would be
detrimental to Ids party caused 'io-v
I'rank o. I.owden to release hla dele
gnte on tin- convention Floor at to
ila's session, according to n state
ment made by him tonight. Hover-,
nor I-owdi n said:
"After the ninth ballot upon which
1 rc, elved a plurality of all votes
east. It was represented to me that
the dslagntee were becoming restive
under the delay. Fearing a pro
tracted deadlock, which I believed
would have been detrimental to the
Interest of the country, I decided to
release nil delegates and advised
them to lis lb. ell bee! Judgment a
to whom they should support I
have great confidence In the ability
snd character of the successful can
didate, shall support Mm with all
heartiness und believe the ticket will
be sleeted. The republican party
has not had such nn opportunity for
service In half century.
i. nn. tol for Hupport
"For the friendship formed during
this campaign and for the loyal sup
port of so many fine patriotic men
CONTINIIKI) ON PAUPt HtX.
Nominee and Wife
Both "Very Happy"
Go to Washington
CHICAGO, lur.e ll' ('aught at
the hotel to which he ruahcl from
the Coliseum after Ins nomina
tion Henalor Harding made no
formal Malement but declared he
Was "vety happf" and "deeply
grateful to his friends."
The republican nominee showed
plainly his elation when he
emerged from his rooms with
Mrs Harding to face a battery of
"If you want lo make Mrs.
Harding look pleased." said the
man on whom the republican
narty has Just confined the
greatest honor In It,, gift, "tell her
something ahont pdlce of millinery
There was a burst of laughter
In which Mrs Harding Joined and
the cameras clicked u lively ac
companiment aa the photogruph
era adopted the suggestion.
Mrs Harding was beaming with
happiness. Asked for sums com
ment upon her feeling as to the
distinction given her huxhand
by liis fellow republicans.
'I am Iri'mendously pkjased, of
aonrai " but i think my husband
Is worthy of this honor I am
content to be the reflected H't."
Hi rut . r and Mrs Hardin,,- were
busy with preparations enabling
them lo catch a train letrvlng fot
Washington within a few hours.
Tin s. n . tor had been up nearly
all night in the round of confer
ences with party chieftains win h
led lo his nomination ami today
speni hours In the heat and Mraln
at ihe oliseilin while the battls
from which he amarijad a vnior
liy over helming vole was being
brought to Its dramatic close
The pleasure of the victory had
rslaxsd the physical strain, how
ever, and tin Ohio senator showed
little svldsnoa of It after ha had
bathed and put on fresh clothing.
Today happen! to be birthday
of Henalor Harding's father Heorgn
T Harding of Marion, ohio Tho
senators birthday falls the com
mlng election tlale, Novemher 2.
when he will be r.H years of age.
Senator and Mrs Harding en
tertalned a small pir'y of fr ends
al d. nner tonight Their guests
were win H Hays, ehairman of
the republican national oonvon
tion; I)r and Mis 0. I. lawyer
of Marlon, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs
Ildward rtoohey of 8n Antonio,
Texas, iv rt. ' reger of San Antonio
formerly of Ohio: and Mr. and
Mrs Harry isserlng of Chicago.
Th. senator's party will leavo at
11:41 p in for Washington.
Senator Hanlim tonight Issued
"i am very proud as sny man
should be of receiving the great
honor of the republican party I
en not unmindful of the obliga
tion und rtponslbility thai go with
NAME COOLIDGE FOR VICE PRESIDENT
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A. F. L. CONDEMNS
G. 0. P. PLATFORM
Will Present Demands to
Frisco After Failure
RESENT BEING IGNORED
I,at)Or Df'li'KatcH II IHS V ncn
Plfttforbl of Republicans
Is Head at. Convention.
Mi.'T!lr"Alj. Inns 11 Amid tre.
menW app au th. Amor,, an
Federation of ijibor at Ha annual
convention here lod.iy adii.ini re
. .D...IM Hie renub P an
convention In I'liii auo lor turning Its
buck un labor in adopting Us plat-
amuel aomperi announce . . .
Htl.1'11 I 1
SOU4ive couiii . i mi ,
laln.r . .i.-m.-llld SlltlUllttid lt 'llC
republican eonvantton oan pre
sented in Identical form lo the na
tional deiiioci ai le 1 invention.
During reading of report Pr"
use a Es aamuel OomMN and
Mat hew Woo I " , I
preildenl of be fadara IIOl r,' "
scons Of rapul ';"" ' WtU
clsed by he lal.o, had. '" "
hissed, while their rltlcs n celvea
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form" said the statement is alien'
on the essential rtttht "f wsge earn
era to organise into trade unions and !
select then own i opreio .it.. . tea, . ml
Ignores the fact that ouiy collective i
COMTIMUID I'M 1'Ai.r. sia.
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intsllr.ini. H. I" ml. wlnns.
uKI.AM'.M.l loni'isy m.'i i.i-.i.-1-r
conllnin-rt wsriu , .
Ka. M 'i' .-' fitly '!' "ii" i i...j
whiiii ruin"? -r
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11 lMi.revii."l.l '" "eea ""'
i.i.s V will.. .111 rain 1.1. Ill- '-el In r
tn ikeei. seesraiss is H nee uuthrsy.
Allien I'm, lllgnoar wis
TuIh Oklshoms ''i'y tmvti ha bsn
riin.il vis III 'lunik Toll ItnutlStl Hs
pulps, ioii.t..w aad Qlisadlsi a result
1 repair wmk nn tii iiiwtinto tsnsl ess
11 . 1, seal I'hsndlsr.
Tour Isla from Kansas ''i'r and nlhar
point" n .rte ipurl lha mail, via (tklslimk
and llallleavlMa as In utma'iallr fi.od en
rlttlmi ant r..i lha irisan' mla rinita aafina
o, be SlVidtag lha naval ale.ul asiiallv
with tin. tsrStaVlf- ni'.i-t popular rnuta via
ri.tllnavlils ami Nuwala.
Tt. Alliart riUa lllsli.ay In Ilia Waal
1 la Read Pprlaas "'.1 Ksyileea ia anil
r.iii..lll..n ailing ilia
Itita all" if Karalima and must or una
naval la bains dalournd via Rapulpa. A
an. I avao ' ' " r' raia ana s-ay
ai.,i..- iU i.lllon an. I iravai ia
ai... in. - . - - - k evel 'tia Aii.an i . aas'
vim lUitiy ani r.anliril Ihroufli llaakall to
af.iakniaa but ..wins to meant lliiprnvt
niai.ia meet t ". Muakogaa tiaval lias
baan gelsf vU In. .kan Arrow and CoVStS
Ceunly a u I b o 1 1 f 1 es In Tolas ami all ad
lolnlriK "Untl"a ara almslng vaatly In.
proved reaSHS In ma ms1tir of malnlan
ania an.l it Is plaaalng In not Ikat wa
aia an. -.Ins what la ..anally regsrilad aa
lha dry leaSOn of Ilia yaar Willi our gan
atsl road rnoillllon inunb aboa par.
I. Iks Aitoiillonl
Khlilwiilst dance wil lass given
lune 17, at 9 o'clock al tho Elks
..ballroom, fclks exclusively.
Lowdon Releases Delegates Who Swing to Ohio
Senator Governor Sproul Also Turns to
Winner Who Goes on Tenth Ballot,
Combination of Harding Backers to Put Senator
Lenroot on Ticket Upset Demonstration
After Long Session.
CHICAGO, June 12. Warren 0. Harding, Unitod
States senator from Ohio, was nominated for the presl
iloncy today by the republican national convention after a
deadlock which lasted for nine ballots and which finally
forced out of the running all the original favorltea.
As his running mate, tho convention named Governor
f'alvin Cool id ga of Massachusetts, upsetting a plan of a com
lunation of the Hartlinir backers to nominate for the place
Senator Irvin L. Inroot of Wisconsin.
The collapse of the forcus of Governor Frank 0. Low
ilen and their transfer in lare part to Senator Harding,
put the Ohio candidate over.
Cleneral Wood lost heavily, how- slon lo the Harding stsndard. It
ever, when tho Harding drift began was reserved for' Pennsylvania lo
nnd Henalor Johnson, tho third tit dd the crowning todch of errthus
tho trio of leaders on the early hal- 'ssm. When the Keystons was
lotlng yasterday, also went stead-i rssched the Ohio senator needed ll
lly downhill. votee to nomlnats him and Pennsyl-
Knteilng Use convention four days' vanla gave (ft. It wee Governor
ago as a candidate distinctly nf Ihe Sproul, hlmealf ths candidate of his
"dark horse'' class, Senator Harding 1 suite on every preceding ballot and
got only (4 vote on I ho first ballot ; msnnonea many times a pnssl
yesterday and on the sscond he ble dark horse, to break the dead.
dropped to 11, Wben the contren- look, who announced the bbj Penn
tlon adjourned last night at the end sylvanla vote for Harding. Knter
of the fourth ballot, hs had (I. log Die Coliseum floor for the first
In all night conferences among lime since the balloting began, he
the parly ehle's. howover, he was f made hie was to ths Pennsylvania
mentioned many times as the most i standard and, antld cheers, rcleissd
likely to break the nomination dead-1 the delegation from longer support
lock should neither Wood, Ixiwden 1 'g htm. Then he took a poll, got
nor Johnson take a commanding! the floor, and threw in the winning
lead today They all failed to do so. Harding votes.
Wood and Lowdeit running a neck I demonstraUon of severs! mln
aml neck race for leadership on four tes followed, most of the delegates
more hnllots while the sirem-th of
the California candidates dwindled
Swing Is Ikigiin.
Meantime, Harding pushed his to-
tnl In 13a Individual delegates from
nmny states swinging to him from
the columns of the' leaders and of
various favorite sons. The Johnson
managers, fearing a landslide was
i Impending, then made a last play
lo save the rortiitiiis of ineir can-
dldate. They moved to recess for
a couple of hours In order to take
an Inventory and seek a new com-
The Wood snd
both virlllallv ait the onak of their
strength and disheartened at the.
,on string of ballots without mi-
i teriai aainsi
terlal gains, reii in witn lam
r,)all aI)rt ,hB eonvsntlon adopted it
j (llB flrnlatr succession of enn
ferencea that followed
the candidates virtually was sealed.
Rome of Ihe Woo l id fiwden mn-;
agers tried Ineffectually for Ul I
agreement which would hold their I
'leleg-.tes in I'f.e SC'l Sl'l oil I lie
Hsrdlng boom Some tried to get a
Wood I.owden Johnson agreement
, ,, , Mnda .without
making I nomination. There was
afo a rnnfMr,nrp ,,0tWPen Johnson
and Harding supporters In Which the
rihloans' sntni' rters tried without
sue. ess to have the remaining John
son strength swung to Harding. .
Isiwilcii tins I'- I. i - ii
It was the parleys between the
Harding and Isiwden men, however,
which apparently bore the most fruit
when the balloting began again, for
Oovernoi HOWden essie to tin- ion
ring the ninth roll call
ami reversing a prjvlo, plan to go
""'"' '"" noi.-o.".. ..e. ... ..
met ru'lions iroiii iieoinu ill" lo-.i
releasing his Instiu.'ted delegates.
, n ll. oi in r.-i.o ,.e.-.w
lug the voting and ronferred with
1 'hall man Han
I Almost ss soon s the alphahetl
csl call of slates login after tin1 re
'cess, the around "-!! for Harding
demonstrated that It could not he
forestalled. Connecticut, when her
name was called, look 13 of her 14
votes fioin UOWdSfl snd gave thein lo
Harding In Florida he got seven
fintn Wood and then Kentucky, al
most from the first a solid I.owden
state, flopped completely Into the
liar. ling column
More lichgate Hop.
Amid scenes of rising eiuhuslasm,
sther bio. lis of Isiwden delegates
i followed suit while many of the
routeil vvoon supiKinera aim, "i"
nito the Harding camp liy the end
I 0t"'! r" fill r"l!7a "".n'l'.f rh,.
rolled up a total of 374, putting him
far Into the lead and several score
nf voles nearer the nomination than
anv candidate had been before.
I.owden at the end of the ninth,
had only 121 votes left out of thel
101 lth which he ended tin- eighth.
and ijeneial Woods strmigt had
fallen from ;'9'J on the eighth to 141
on the ninth. Johnson dropped
from 37 to 32.
As the tenth roll call began, dele
gates quit Lriaden. Wood and John
sou nght and left and tho big hall
was almost continuous applause as
slats after state announced accee-
ON FIRST BALLOT
...... in nm lien's
ONTlNUbl ON HAtltC TWO
CHICAGO SHOWS GAIN
iMNMan of Over Half Million 'in
I'opiilation siuiwn san An
Inolo AImi Milken Jiunp.
W'AHHINOTON. June l J. -hi-cego,
whose 1 V20 census was an
nounced tonight by the census bur
reau us 2,701,212, had during Ihe
last decade the second laritost
growth numerically in Its hiutorv
with an Increase of 51 ,:!. it was
the third time Chicago had shown
, In-reuse of more than half a
Chicago's rate of growth was
23 8 per cent which was 6.1 per
cent l"xs than the previous 10 years
anj ,., needed Now York city
,v Mr ccnt. Ne.w York's
by VI per cent. New York's 1920
rata having been 17.9 per cent
Other figures follow;
San Antonio, Texas, 161,301. In-
crea, s4,94 or 67 p; ceIlt Wh,..
lng. W. Vs. f.4.321. Increase. IN
,,",' or jo.g p,r cent. AU.ntown, Pa.
m,.r',.i,s, , 4l.ti nm
Xm (iru, ,)rt 9n ,n,
ent; Ijl Orande. Ore, C.913. In
crease 2.070, or 42 7 per cunt. North
ilraddnck. Pa., 14.928, Incrt-aae
a.104 or 2( 3 par cent.
New Kensington. I'a., I1.9I7 In
crease 4.JSI) 01 . . ,1 j.er . ent.
REPORT TROTZKY DEAD
I ,.r,.lnl,.r ,. ,,,,. gaoapm Says Ho-
isirt nemttedl al Tokl llrus
sllnff tVuitnils HushIu
I n - Information
that tin- Mos uiw
K". ei nitient has
been overthrown, that laon Troi,zky
his t o i-iili-d .ml thai Premier
lamnn has es. aped, said to come
from 'he Vladivostok government
printed in an extia edition of the
Asabl Bhimben. A new govern
meni headed b General H usslloff is
reported to have been est ihliahed.
ileporta of May 19 from Iindon
had Hem nil Aleuls Prusslloff, for
mer remmander in ch'ei of the ltue
sian armies. In supreme authority at
Moscow, ui place of Nikolai Is m no.
the bolahevlkl premier official In
don Muaiieis, however, Indicated te-
lii ' .m e in a. . cplanoe the report aa
Is 8n In favor of the Open
Shop and the principles advo
cated hy It. When you spend
your money with an establish
ment displaying Ihe Open Shop,
lard you are patronising a friend
if the Open Shop movement.
Tulsa Open Bhop :- ; is Deal)