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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 16, 1920
Firnl Woman to
Officers Elected at Mod
Last Night; Now Men
M'CLURE IS PRESIDENT
Ri poitl Show Motley Short
;i)rc Will Delay Building
of Needed Structures.
Offt rrs for t ho In irft of eiliieK
tl m worn rleoteii ut k rneetiiiK of the
board hoiii at f, o'oUm k urn h.kIh ut
iiio Cantral high h.hooi. The fol
lowing offoern woro plotted: II. It.
Mi-ciuro. preaMaat; Dr. N. W. Ma.
ginnlSj vir' profldoBtj Ueorge Mo-
rurtiy. sooretary. .
nrra B. I'pp and W. A. ManiuH
tc.ok iho plaeea nt this mealing Iti
place "f Ray S FelloWl and It. It.
i.orkwomi, rotlrlng htaniboro.
The report of the old bullglng
eon ntlllee waa nuinniitod and noted
Upon. "Tho liiiliillnjr of now stiue-
turea win ba iMiiod because we can
rid Ball 'ho school bondg," Mr. Mo
Viure aald, This will Indoflnlicly
delay iho co not nt olio 11 of tho now
liiKh tchOOl and eevefgl romna In iho
old hish aehool building win prog-
aldy lie LHod next torin, Mr. ItcCIUfl
Tho ro-t of( iho h ifilnpsw hrouirht
Before iho naatliui waa in Dranara
itnn for Iho Minim
inakf several Impr&vefffenla around
Iho liiiildlnk' durlnR tho summer va-
oition. Lack of monoy iimtia those
Improvetnenta, hut aoma Improve
mnr.l. nr.. --. - ,. e, uts will HW ill Wnl'il
I w In I... I,. ,,,. .. ... . Hi-
according to atcClure,
ARRESTS NEAR FOR FORM HARDING CLUB
rnNTiNi i:n Km M MOB ONI
man fi rang iho bait
i ho police think Blwall paraonatly
acfmllH d iih .,n ingef into the recep-
l:oll room whoro his IhkI.v wan founil
abottl 3i' a in.
Tho atfanjeer avldtntly loal no
Hnta in eaplauilni hit vieli Tho
quick wliie-i whiet playari ranliajng
his porll. iloteiivos hollovo, Hi'
temsfeg to gain lima by prolonging
Intaragi In har mail, whlla planning
tu aaea pa I ha aai iilaeji
i-'out loiters arara found on a labia
'tiour tha oh. iir In which eiUrell aal
in pajamas and i fifth, opened and
hi. rtdatalni id, lay on tin rioor. i he
polloa believe lha murderer "hot iho
apo iMiian aftor brlafly siaUni in?
5,000 IN DULUTH
- OVERRIDE POLICE
When Ura. ktaraaret nut Mo.
Carter of Topekg, Kan., Wna lad I 1
tho speaker's stand at the t; o. r,
convention by Chairman Iodga to
ad Irish tho khiIioi Iiik h mark I lha
l, ia i,.i, .. i "oi," in jiiauiiy inn a v.oinui
,..,'L ... ... had I " .Mi hoard ..il tho as- . I I
Btand at a national p : ; ' .; con
Vi nt Ion.
TO STOP WILSON
ONTINUUD FltoM PAOI
to nnnilmto n prorrwitvc for prrnl
tftflt, but Maid that ho wtu willtnn
to tako th" Hturnp to hrlp ,niuro a
rrpuMicin 'lrtory in Novml'er.
PrlOf to th COnYtnUotl Srnator Kt'n
yon Mtnpftlffflftd fr Johnnon.
DHMied with Wtimm
"Thf p90pll nrr jo diMfuwtod with
the Wilnon ndmlntntratlon." paid
Benfttor Kcnyont thnt thoy will riom
Harding. The rcpfibltcana, however
m iy as well Ml over the Idea that
the elaeUon in n rinh and it be
hooves every republican to burUlo
down to J laid work for the tidaWot.
Governor Coolldgn'l nomination fnr
vice presldrnt ytrenffthenH the ticket
in the east and vindo ihtedly thmuffh
il the whole country. An UHtial the
country west of the Mississippi Is
forpotten, but that part of the coun
try also will be forgotten by the
democrats nither McAdoo, Marshall
or Cox will be named by the demo
crats. The most disappointing part
of the repui Lcan convention waa to
t-eo the delegates unable to acr until
they received word from a sick boss.
Th re will be a stranne parallel
In San Franetftro when the demo-
frorn a licit
osh in wunincton. Tntrt wis
never a chance In the boss lontrolled
convention for a man of Juhnscn fl
type. The convention was Strong
for Itoonevelt he liclriir dead. If
Hooscvelt had leen ulive, he would
have had iibmil as much chance In
the convention as Johnson. If John
son had been ibad. he probably
would have hat! U muh condolence
as RoDMViltal Tb- kind of men the
people want are the'ktnd of men the
hotihcit are dctet in I in d tiie peiple
shall not have. The- men who supv
ported Johnson will hi- foiiml work
inn for the ticket and working in the
next conBreri an they have in thin
for legislation in the interest of all
)i, i ... 1 1 ' . anl ur II I... fniitwl in
ftghtlng Against d-unlnation if rnn- I
KreMp by thOSS seeking BtMOlal favors
aiUI '!'( .i. iu i'i; "ii
Senator Krnyon had words of
praise for the republican nomine.
Senator Harding Is a man of
charming personality, a splendid
orator. b an and honorable In priv
ate and public life, 100 per cent
American and null make a good
Mow on Crimean
00 NSTANTINOPLB, June 14.
The foi i t s (hr Qsnsral Wrangsl, anti.
I'olHhivikl b adei on trie CnnMJI
front, are moving northward from
the Crimea and sea of Azov in three
columns. They have seen very nue-
cessful against, the bolshevikl and
iia'e estai'lisiied a front along Kas
kovka on the Dnieper tastwsrd
through Melitopol to Maropol,
ODNTtffVSB rK rM PAOB I vk
serious propoi ttons anil probably
cause Iomi of life.
Within the policy Itfctlon 'he inub
fin d two heavy BteH doors, b ir-
rin& the way to the prisoner! cells.
Wnh s laigu timber, inc steel aoors
wi re iiatteieil doV n lifter SH hour's
It look only a few AllftUteg to force
open the oages and gain possen
sinn of the rtgto SUSpscta
n the second floor of the station
a mock trial was held. The thre
nagi 01 s declared guilty were taken
to lei OBd avenue aaal and I'i i st
Street about on' ami a half Blocks
MoGhle WS the flral to feel the
noose lie tried fr n'lercy, declar
ing his Innocence. Two Catholic
priests called upon the crowd to let
the law take Us emit se but their
pleas were unheeded
One priest. Pettier K J lit. ward,
climbed ir foe, up an electric llghl
polo and again pleaded with the
mob. Il- wan met by hoo's and crlen
of reruemher the girl lynen
Twice MOQhle was Jrrke.l Into the
air to the shoutH of the mob. ami
each time the rope brnke "Ood be
with them, I m not the right .nan.''
was hH last cry as the third trial he
went to his death.
Natlona'. oa i dsnicn of the state
urn In aair: nt K"ft Snelllng and In
a comparatively short time after
orders had been issued tn the troops
to proceed to Duluth they were on
their way.' Two companies s'cr'
JOHNSON STILL IN MEXICO
X t Sent rro.sl Bofdar Will I'.o
OrdmWl oik 4 .on is Belief,
PAN DtKQO. 'at. .luno 1 r. lo
aplli' roporla that J.iok JohiiHi.n.
nagro buglllat, would ho atit airo--s
iho lino from Hexlco today, hawa.
sllll it Tla luann. Lower California,
i. .11 tii Thai the nagro win bagpr
d"ro. from l.owor California i-oi.n.
I nowoi i r. in tho belief of department
rd ni.Hiiio iqonta who aro at Tla
I Agonta of tho dopaitmont of Jn
tfea and of iho Immigration depart.
Inieni have h.n aatohtng tho boufl
d'ir rdooh' aovortl dnVM
Ha Hon roajM Will in la Turn in
i nanlmon Vote for hrpabllcnn
I MAMtON, Ohio, .tnno l To
magi Marlon ooiinty : noafl iinan
imoiH f ir H. nalor lirdniR ropnh
I lean rtomlnea f..r preatde ni a. poa
i. ... atofV arara takon tonighi foi lha
formallon of a roiinly ' llar llhi; for
p. OKhlonl rliih" following iho ap
polnlm. nl of an iSeegtlTfl aonmltlai
ud i N CrbMlngai, damooral and
Tho tWMUVa riiiiinilMw. oo m
...so.i af three dentocrata and four
republtoMW, u in eatllna a atiaral
program and appotni rttboom mttteea
Tho CgJedotMa hand, of athleh leg
atot Harding aaa a boyhood mom
berv i to in- reorganlaod. Tho or
raalaaUM win nr ready foi tht
limne oomliiK of Hon. it, .i Harding,
and In ovoni of hia election efproU
to load tho inauKiii uti.in ,ia oarada
ACCEPT NO OIL BIDS
I Mrncj I'm t 'p it, it.Mi Rttrr Nate
w in be Itetamed on ipnilmiloa.
of HhMeta H Ik A in.v.l
oKI.Allo.MA CITY, June 15
Monoy dopomiod wllh Id.la lhai havo
luen rojo. li d upon oil and ,o leaiaa
in CottOn and Tillman ntlaa of
fared for tale In April will I., ro
iiirnod on BPPlloatloo io Iho bidders.
i waa dool.l.d today hy lha com.
Imlaaionera or iho inn.i offloa
No blda upon lagnaa in ihos mi.
Itlaa hao bean aeoepted ao far. nwinK
in uncertainty aa go tha attitude of
iho ffderal receiver or the Red rior
bed property toward tin nala Until
today ail hidii ami accompanylrtk
paymonla had bean held b) tha com.
misBlonorn, walling a formal an
laiiiiiooniont of polley from Hi. re
i nor only Iho hlnhoai l.l.l np..n
o.ii li loaao will p.. kept, tho l omnns-
lonera daeldad today. Thn oom
mlsalonorn award.-d I. aer. to.lav .n
blda npanad June i on oil ami k.i-.
ii alio in Unootn. Pnyna, Biownae,
Pottawatemlne, noehana ami Blaine
f iho ropnhli. an
... t Monday ami
Ihal Ihoro had olooint 1
"man who nlan at homo will I"
mi no declalOTI aa Io iho time and "Thai flt In wllh niv tho.iKhl on
for iho conference ai whlehllhal aubje
dOMTIttltgn PMJDM PAOg oNB.
lodai winding ug aanaia buaineaa
II,. out. fivo.l oiig iiioinrnl wl
I,, sin. M ghaw, Former aecretaryot
the tiraBni h tiled it i undei
Rtood, io dMeunf publk ly mattara in
eomtaotion wnh lha coming bam
Only mattera pertainlni io ipe
eghtpalgti were dbpniaaed with Hi n i
lor Harding, rai.i Si Jlhaw aftai
m i, on, h confa rnee wlln ii nomi
jn o 'tin' plevtion or ine nuuii
i rirai i ai k. in hh before ua now
did n..i dlneuaa polllloa."
There waa llllle abgtemenl lodai
in the - loam or eongratulatory ntoa-
agta reachlni Hem Harding a pf
flee Tho meapagea lodai Inoluden
ono fioin Henrp liina wiiaon ru
in, i imbaabador lo Mealeo, aaaurlnt
Ihi i inlo aenntw or inn auppat I an I
riom i'ii . i in mill, maud chnncetloi
Knlghla of rythlaa of ohm
l have hud a fan peeaonnl fgaa
mgt from Colonel Bryan who as
sun, i ma thn w. had no oommon
Mowpoini polltloally" 'ho aenaloi
said Tho ..l.wln oa'dogiam was
re . Ivad m BIHtu Bam who Ih
m w in Burope
"sinooro oongratuUitioni ana
nlahea The mantla o' M. Kmioy bo
Konaim Harding announoad lhai
ho would npj n ' Chairman Haya
rot iho lanipalttn would ho ills
I ii we've gal to have republican
, tor prealdanl, you anralf unit mo."
Ho m natoi said, addlna that ho hid
on, i, ii of advtoo lo ive That tho
Bald Senator llaidina
OiniiiR his talk wnh iho a. wspip.r
men, iho pomhtag took Dccaeioffi to
deny raporia that ha had boon born
m a low ihin
Anion iho lalagrnmi received in
dav hy Honalor llardinir waa ono
from Iho nibllhora of Ohio dally
m iwepggefg, who met rooontly at
"Tour follow puhlBdiara are proud
of Uio honor that haa oonio In yon. '
i h, ii legra m aald.
Alfbthar tatogrnin egma rmm Hon u
tnr UndarWOOd of Alabama, tha
damocratle leader of tho onato
HtmttH ai d A9d l ace
SOW ffOBlly Until tit ud
Th alalaeet faeei m..i. beaatlfal
ih i ..i. i.n ii.n ,d aaadlawHaj w.imrii
iinpr.it ni oldlek r. made regal dad
pretty, elemlehed aa4 weatbei tened faaei
ininir ipetlaaa. wiiob ami arthuadl lew
Mian t" t...h. by Mir ebnoli l"l
barmleai r ai Ibal aeta ahnoat Ilka
mlraclel Tbn i ' Ibara i n Iti ordl
nary mereellaea , ataaarabla i any
iiruii iteri tee eanee win ae),.ki Belled
nlrhllv "I'I . Irani and wslir.l ..11
mornlnaa Thla Kraitimiiv .rri i.rr it.
jlfalOM parttrlM of Mrfaee . . .l i.oniti
i i.i .r Uir undarlytna rhtn ni allow parlf
Tk kawei fraekei rio wnra wholly in
, .tan.,., forrai paiapleklee Wbtek r,,r
beealy nnrt routktalnM i" leeeeiparably
wnh n,' erngeeed or etkeff Nieeaa A
romeUiton iu.tniit i... r.rr item ani
flrialliy, nn ,.n. aveaete t no ere ret r n
Vi.u It n.a irain tiling lion
The Screen 's Newest Star- Wanda Haw ley
Coming to the Majestic Tomorrow
Sonp may l.o silver, hut Hilonoc
enforced alienee at that bag proved
gOldgn to pretty Wanda HkWlOy, tho
plucky llttlu weatamer, who Btarted
S out to be .in opera atar and ended
by holnR a film atar.
And har first vehicle will bo
A i oma k. Jerome'i famous etory,
"Mlaa Hobba," which oomaarto the
Majoatlc theater tomorrow for an
i pgnggntanl of three ,1.1
There isn'i a :onlo ploturg fuvn in
Tulaa or anywhere else for that mat.
tir who dOOl not deliKht In a per
fotmunre that presents the charming
Wanda llatvley. Her work In "Old
Wives for New," "Double Speed,"
"For Hotter, for Worse," "Tho fix
Host Cellara," and other aplendld
playa have endearded IClaa KaSrley
to this. who love the artistic In
Miss Hawleys ambition was to sing
In irrand opera.
All during her school days, Miss
Hkwley had treasured that one am
bition and 'that one only to be a
t grant singer. Along with her regular
nehool work In the uanttle Hish
ChOOlj and later at the State t'nt
vorslty of Waahlngton, the girl had
carried on her musical studies, and
appeared with groat bucobsb In con
on Is In tho welt. Then, after two
-O'.us at tho university, she wont to
Now York city, where she devoted
herself exelualvoly to music, par
UouuVrly voice culture.
Her plare In the music world was
from the beginning one that any
music student might well envy, fori
she secured Iho great opportunity of
playing ace ompalnnionta for auch
artists as Albert gpeuldlng, lllla
Porala, Ifyrtle Thornherg. navld
H, ,-ho nd other rnuslcianM of high
repute. Htjocess In her own field
was practically certain also, for in
several song re. itals she was warmly
reoeivad ''y tne art tie! and the music
Then cam the blow. An lllneHB
kaultad In a very serious form of
Qnronl trouble, which kermaaentty
w-i'iikened her voice and put an end
forever to all thoughts of a vocal
Miss Hawley might wail have snld
with the melancholy Hamlet, 'The
rest ltr silence." Hut she didn't.
She simply aald, "Oh well, silence Is
golden " Or words lo that effeot.
Miss rfawley' I brief, meteoric rise
in the silent drama hu proved that
It's an III wind that blows nobody
goad Already the gold that any
slnoore artist deserves has begun m
pour' In a mellow flOQd Into the
girl's lap. Hut bettor than Iho star's
salary, far bettor than the fat sal
ary, nays the star, Is the knowledge
that she has made good In splto of
the Kate that at one lime soone.t
to have, a, special grudge against
tt Muiu ' t tJ
A Sale of Women's
Pure Silk Hosiery
Luxite and Holeproof two ngmei ly which
Rood hose an: judged thin tale affordi an
unusual opportunity to secure these popular
hose at substantial MVingt,
of fine Quality pure thread silk full fashioned fast onlnra
in blaoki while or mahogany; a regular' til')
1 1 value DaeO)
pun' thlM4 nilVt I 'iM6t RIOdll NioVm, H inch mlk to, lAjcr
rrlMd i"!'. in blMk ui ivhU regular Ct flr
is4i viHu- 3)1 .JO
There is no bitterness now in Mian
llatvloy's memory of the years when
music was the whole of per life and
unusual suceosa In BUaieal fit Ids
aeenitd OOrtain Kge has thrown
herself as heartily Into plotUra work
aa she used to go Into her jnuslcal
studies, and so unusual has bean hoi
rlao that she says shv would be the
moat i.' . girl In the world jf
she were not perfoOtly happy.
Miss Hawley made her flereon
d. btil in l'. x pl.tures, then appeared
as leading woman in several notable
production, under the Artoraft ban
ner. Hhe has pigged opposite such
stars as Bryant Waahnurn, Douglaa
l'airbanks, William H Hurt, Charles
Ray, Walla.e Held, Ipflieri Warwlok
and others. Her touch in delloate
comedy la particularly deft and de
lightful, and her piquant blonde
beauty, whnh of the mtHohevlous,
not the Madonna type, Is well suited
to the gayjog of light rninancca in
which she is to star.
"How does It seem to be a etar?"
asked. an old friend who niet Miss
Hawley in Hollywood tha day after
her contract had been announced.
"I suppose you'll begin putting on all
sorta of airs now, and getting a
liveried chauffeur, and all sorts of
things like that "
"Indeed. I'll notl'' cried the newly
mado atar.. "Hi luu uiucli inji diiv-
leg the oar mtself And I might not
bo able to vo up to tho dignity of a
liveried chauffeur or butler, anyhow.
Dignity isn't my Btrr.ng point, you
know. Of course, down deep Inside
me I am full of all aorta of solemn
resolutions to do my vary last, und
to make the OOP? strong, si pictures
possible out of eaoh BOTipC ChOOOk
for pie. Hut externally you won't
find mo changed much, I fear. I'll
alwaja be Just the same old Wmda
1 guess. Drop around to tan Hunday
afternoon, ean't you? If the cok
stays w. ll have pretty good o its, and
If tin- eook goes we 11 have the prod
ucts of my culinary skill. Inn any
how, we'll have lou of mualo, so do
With that the newest star that has
risen over the picture world drove
away and bar loyal friend gald aloud.
"No, her Htrong point Isn't dignity.
Her (ttong point is Just tweet and
Wanda Hawley s first play, "If MM
Hobba," Is a play from the cele
brated Mory of tho same name by
Jerome K. Jerome. It Is a tale of
an Independent young woman who
said she hated ail men, but merely
needed one man to make lovo to
her to change her point of view.
Wanda Hawley In her Hint star
ring plaY will be at the Majeatt"
boginnlgg lomurrow. AUvt,
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ia no better than one of our
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forever and cost little in comparison
to the satisfaction obtained.
A FELT CHAIR PAD is also mighty
nice to prevent your clothing from
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This certainly is the skirt opportunity of
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eiklrl Kex tlon, Thlril Floon
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We've several of these
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this reduced price.
While the lot is small
he values are unusually
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