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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1919.'
A Mc Adams Formally Enters for U. S. Senate Against Gore Democrat Announces u Plat form "on Which He Will Make Race Next Year. RAPS THE PRESENT SENATOR Says He Will Give Atention to Duties ami Will Secure Oklahoma Rights. STATE POORLY CARED FOR Indian Commissioner Comes From Texas and State Is Neglected Other Ways. Pptrlt teTti. Weil OKLAHOMA riTV. May I0.-K. O, MrAJama today made public the (iliiform upon which he will '"'' In hi rip fnr the rte rtmi-mlli1 nnml. ration for 1 ' n 1 1 r il Kla(r senator naalnaf T. IV llorc. J'ollowltiK In the (emeril : nrtrg n I do Hint Oklahoma I nnutmiril of si mnnv natural re source and Inhabited with many rttlarna uneicelled In Intellect. Hint h h furnlahed no fun ny nf her nvl eon In Ihe wcirM war. and fht aha hrm contributed much of her tnotify to carry on thin wnr: I he fully made ii m tnv mlnil to net year rnntret for the nomination on the rtfmnrrmin ticket. f'ir a eat In tha t'nlled rliatc senate to the end, If nominated and elected, thai Oklahoma shall have a eharf and vole In admlnliterlnt' Ih affair of thin nation, Whan I reatlr. that Oklahoma aiandi eeventh In tha payment of In come tan and firat In the production of nil and contemplate all her Mil rnal, aaphall, lead, ilnc and other raturai reogroe, I wonder why have nn reprr.entetlon In ailmlnl. tertnf lha affair of thla republic. . rept the representation to which we re entitled without ennteet under the oonatllutlon and law of the nation. When I reallne that more than 1ft per cent of th Indian population of thl nation rel1 In Oklahoma. I wonder why Ih oommllnnr of In. rllan affair I not a realdent of Oklahoma Imlead of from the rtat of Teiaa where ther la not an In dian reservation. When I realise that Oklahoma I th only democratic tat wllhln the Federal Firm Ioan hank dlatrlct, and that Tutaa ha mora money per capita, on depoelt In her bank than any town or city In thla aectlon. I wonder why thl bank w eatab llnhed at Wichita, In a republican atate. Inatead of In Oklahoma, whr It rlfjhily belon. When I realise that Oklahoma furnlahe practically Q per cent of tha entlra llthtetlon for the elahth circuit court of appeala. and that three position have heen filled on that court alnce ilatehnnd, two under th republican administration and an under tha democratlo ad ministration, I wonder why. when we hava o many able lawyer In thl eiie, who r no doubt mnr f nilllar wtlh the general lltlaetlon be. fore that court than a lawyer from any other elate In the dlatrlot, that a lawyer from Oklahoma w not appointed to one of theea pnattlnna, or at leaat a flht mad for uch appointment. When I reallt that Oklahoma furnishes more nualneaa than the court aa a court ha ver transected In any on year, I wonder why an other circuit he not heen eetab 1lhed with headquarter In Okla homa Pity. Th aenator who now aaplre for re-eleellon la aeeklns, to hav the clllaana of thin elate overlook the foreanlna Important matter, ea well a hla cpoitlon to prartloally all war ineaiures, and hk vote aialnet In creasing our nldler hoy1 pay by flnodlnr. the mall with letter tell In thou who are enaed In the production of oil. rraa, lead, line and coal of the valuable rvlce he ren dered them In the pawns of the amendment to the Inrom law, known the depletion allowance and telllnv th farmera that ha I their friend In that h Inalnled nn the government guaranteeing to them J 80 per bushel for their whet. Me doe not tell the farmer, how ever, that In 111, at a time when he waa popular with the admlnlntta llnn and people end rhalrnian on agriculture, when the agriculture ap propriation Ml Involving about ln,. 004, ODD w.ia before the senate, thai Cocoanut Oil Fine For Washing Hair (7 SOLDIERS WILL NOT STAND FOR RED FLAG flcwiliillon Aili.H(-i At bleu- Mi't'lliiK of IrlrraiM Mki SimiiiI 'l ukcu II y 'I'Iiimii Who I uuiclil. Tlif i'.itlin Hie rctiirncl Kulillern of iiklahnniji jin f-i.iri li li' ri(fir'l l Iln- Ij'ilHhet ikl in . v ti . d I . the I V V n .i r I i.tlnr hhmmIm IIiiiih of nn ii n inlil-ii I" imturc. w.i ilcirly fl.-fiii'l In it h"I i'f rMitu lioim . I . . i . t ,it ili. '.re i"un cti I lull t.f tiU'niK In ik i;i li'irmi t'Hy. 'I hi fiirrncr miljicr ami hailnr fiil.y rcihc Ih tn ii.-iii- lti.H.. nr ;iliii:itirin urc to tli jf'ivci ii hi ri I iin.l ihcrcf-irr i.ci!i-'I tlifrrii-t ii In mi w.iv I ' ri ..riv tl.-mnnHh i Iiiimh "i 'h"t'ift-.i from lh f'lllu - cl i.f I lie ic I f,ii: The nciiHte ill. under of li new trtplti'l, vt hi-rt' tlit. f on v in ' i in viuj held, i .i n ( vi 1 1 h ii I' I1 1 'l utf it In' nu n tlnn nf the f.i t tli.it ii (Ttiwl nf enl'llere urn) Milnft I . i tiki up rcil turt incetniKN in riiitrtk'n it'i't N'ev V.i, It The fullnwUiK reeiilullitll, which wiij atl"ttt''l un.mi ) nnii.tly It-Lin In tin uneerlalit terrtm Junt where the r vrvrti man etumtii: Where ie; On tha flrnt rtil 'of. ' May, III), anarchy ran riot throuah- ii u t our country, an'l the reil rl.iR nf hiileheviiun rnaMo Ii appear ance, ir fat I hk eertoue menace, to cnir people. Inatllutl'ine, an'l gnvern tin nt. Therefore lie It rennjved, Itemilvi'il , That we recmuiecrat I nurpn to eervh rnr nur country I and take uppn ouraelve the rexpon i eiltlllt.y nf rl'I'lniK our country of II, ,n leriihle inenace, thereby pre- ei-rtloK llmee hjnh iiilmleil principle . i t na -eminent, for which nur f.ith i i' die.l their iflninl. And our fiietuU and .rottier In arm r- rifned their liven on the flelde of I h'r.iiu-e, Diet they might be pr I lei v ed. ! t lib-nCo Iftfca tvrr A'in, May 10..- The eayenth rrerV" tlinttirt pn 'eed Ita f lh.S2.A00, 000 IliU uflernoon wi'h l-'t OOli 'I'll to nimrc rhlcaxn n-ill w.ii. 1 1 h. 000. mm I'.ehind In en. in nf 1 1 a '..-ift.o no but the bulk tif iotln h FtiliHt-rlpt'onn hud not heen I -, . i ii t i-tl and while the loan nrranirn ; lion ntii le no miniiuniement on the i -1 1 v . )' we declared confidentlnlly i Hi it when Die nampalcn cloaed at I n, it) n ir Ii tl"' city wnul't iloil bl leed j h i1, e 'K'Uie over the top " CM . f. -I.lil t in it it i OKLAHOMA GOES OVER WITH MUCH TO SPARE State) ICiccctleKl (Junta In Liberty loau Drltc anil la Ural In Dla trlct U Itcai'h (.naJ. OKlJkHOMA fITT. May 10 The atate nf iikUhumn hua taken Itn nuoln In the Victory loan with a eafe rnaiK'n, nccnrdlng lo a utatement mmied hiatunlay nlcbt bv N. It. (Ira bim and t'heetcr VrtfU, mute rtl rectom. Official flarurca alve the atate a en fa martin over lla quota nf 121 33 SOD, and official report" ahow will probably exceed II nimu bv tl .t00. 000. Oklahoma led the etntr of the tenth federal re acrve district ,n percentaae of iiunla ailbacrlhed from the openlna- of Ihe cninpalk'n. It wne the flrat atate lo have lie tiiola officially eiitwcrlbed. "Allhnuith the official report have not ynt had time In get In from every eeetlon of the alnte we believe that every county In Oklahoma will have aubxcrlhed Ita quota In full," the etatement from headtiuartera cnii tlniiea Kpeclal allncatlona have been infttle n a few counllea where con dition were aiich that the minta e aluried eemed eiceaelve, but nnml counile refuied to accept any allo cation from outald aouruea. ileolar lnn that their cUlzen wanted' the aatlafactlon of meeting- whatever quota their government, aaw fit to aanltrn them." Tha great claa of patrlollo war worker of Oklahoma are given credit for th wonderful howlng Oklahoma made In the loan." tha atatement ay. "County chairman and other war worker lTaimformed tha ata! In al)t week from a condition of apathy In which ine ald 'it can't be dune,' to a con dition where every one ald "Il muit be done." "To thoae patriot." the atatement ronoluile. "belong Oklahoma wonderful war record completed ao creditably." Hank have been an especially Im portant factor In putting over th Victory loan, according to state head quarter. Inofficial returna are mvle up chelfly from promtae of hank lo lake whatever part of the county quota U unaubecrlbed by citizen. "Had If" not been for th patriotic co-operation of banka it I dauhiful, Indeed, If thla loan could have heen auharrlbed," the alatement conclude. "Oklahoma now ha a cliuen can ever point with pride." K. (i. McAdama wlm announce Ma mndldary for cat now oorvplrd by Mrnator T. I'. Hvro. he left Washington for a rhautauqu tour and ramutnad away fur inoi than l week earning poaitbly I 1,000 per week In addition In hi aalary paid him by the government, and that although urged by th ad mtnlalratlon leader to return In Washington and aaalat In aecu'rlng Ita paaaag. that he did not do an until after h filled hi Chautauqua date. In hi circular litter h doe not tell th people who wrol th amend ment known aa th depletion allow anc lu Ih war revenue act. He due not tall them that It we written by Oklahoma lawyer and that th lead and line, mining Indualry of th Mi ami and Joplln dlatrlct paid on lawyir 131,000 for hi aervl.-ea In ai alatlng In th preparation ofrhl amndmnt and remaining In Wash ington for 1 1 month urging It paaa ag. Ha doe not tell th people hue much It coat th oil Inlareaia of Tula to maintain a lobby In Wash ington lo th and that thl Industry might rsielv some relief. If 1 am nominated and elected t shall not require, nor will It be necessary for my constituent to maintain a lobby at Wuahlngtnn to aacure th paaeag pf any meritorious liieaaur. If I am nominated and elected I hall Insist on the commlmtnnrr nf Indian aflalr being an Oklahoma cltlien. Hhould I fall In this, 1 shall Introduce a bill atxillahlng the of fl e and transferring all the business con cerning the Oklahoma Indian to Muskogee, where, In my Judgment, II rightly belongs. I will Introduce a bill and use my hesi effort to aecur lla paaeage operating anothei circuit court of apepal with head quarter in Oklahoma City and shall Insist when It la no created that two member of th oourt hal be Okla homa awer iy,, There are aeve'rnt things that ma terially affect Oklahoma which are eacluslvely within the power of con grees. If nominated ahall Insist upon, hut will not at thi time lay them before the people, but will l III formulating m platform Muffle it to say now that I will ha In this fight to a finish and will. If nominated and elected, Inaiat upon Ih rights of Oklahoma Ilianionil Itlng I Mlolcn. A diamond ring and a string nf bead were stolen Haturday morning from the apartment of Catherine Cot of the Lucerne apartment. Tenth and Main streets. The theft was reported to the police who are looking for a suspect. Vnsn Nought llcrc. Word wa received by the police Haturday morning of the disappear ance of Mrs. C. K. Wilson, Silas Kila Cora Orsborn, who ha been miss ing from her home since Monday night. Any Information concerning her whereabout should bo eent to her huabaml, C. K. Wilson of Miami. Wilson llnnirrl. PAKlfl, May 1 0 ('resident Wll anii became a member of tha Hoclrty of I'olltlcul Hclence of the French Academy thl afternoon The presi dent asked to meet with the society an hour before he received h,s liivni. bership and thla unique request was granted. This Leaves the Skin Free From Hairy Growths (Toilet Talks) A simple method for completely removing every Irane or hair or fiixx la hera given, This I painless and UHiiall' a elnxln treatment will ban tall even stubborn growth. To re move hairs, make a thick puste with some powdered delaton and water, spread on hairy auKace and after about 3 minute rub off, wash the akin anil the hairs are gone Thl method will not mar the skin, but lo avoid disappointments, be certain yon get delatone. Adv. . WeefCaS SZ If you want to keep ycur hair In good condition, be careful what yoa wash It with. wr Most snaps and prepared sham noa contain too murh alkali Tbt drie Ihe scalp, Miakes the hair brit tle, and very harmful Just plain mulalfled cocoanut oil (which I (nir and entirely grraseleta), I much belter than the most eipenslv f""!r anything ele you can us for aNamponing ns this can't pimsl- iv'lnjiire the hair. amply molten your hair with wsier and rub It In One or two tea nnonfuls will make n abumlsnre ef rich, creamy lather, and cleanse th hair and scslp thoroughly Th lather rinses out easily, and reninveMi every particle of dust. dirt, dandruff and eicessive oil The hair drle oulrkly and evenly, ami leaves It fine and silky, bright, fluffy end aey to manaca. You can net mttlslfled cocnsiui oil t most any drug store. It is ei cheap, and a few ounces Is ennugk to la Jit evervoue la th family iut auoiiUi.- Adv. CHICHESTER S PILLS eTf n msaiosD Ii lis a a a kl-k -Urs l)li..JllA l iiu u u.i - .ia .MiaAV r Prsistttk .i iii rnr. rea SOU il DRUGOtSTS FVLRYMTHLRf win jum ieniidi irrrn:.': S S"l.t '"moV ss. S-f-li JU.m Why Corns Hurt Note thi diagram picture of a corn. Note It conical nape. Th cause ol the corn i prcMure. And pres sure makes it hurt The point of the corn i pushed Into the nerves. Applying a Blue-jay plaster instantly remove the pressure. Note the felt ring (A) in the picture below. The ting gives barefoot comfort in the tightest shoe. flut tht Is temporary. One should not continue a ring. The corn should be quickly ended. The bit of RAB ws In the twnter of the ring does , that (marked H in illustration below). In two days, usually, the whole coin disappears. It stops the pain, then ends the corn. And it wtaps the corn so the action is undistuibed. Then the action of the B&B wa U centered nn the corn. Held there by the rubber coated adhesive tape (C) which wraps comfortably around the toe. Healthy tissue is not affected. Th cse nre the reasons why millions of people have sdopted the Hlur jay method. Krrping corns is folly when thi cany way can end thrm. Treating them in cruder ways is inexcusable. For your own sake, convince yourself by applying Blue-jay to one corn. U G 1 cl V s,op' Pmin ,n,,B"' ' J J Ends Corna Completely C r r r- . rienmic .nn I-.,.!-. . . r-- - " ac ai urugguta BAUEH & BLACK. Chicago, New York. Toronto Nulls NirsksJ DlaMia sad Allied Ptoduils 'The Lad's Store an Well as Dad's Qa. Mali) ut rourtk , sUtsaikBBaBaBb 'j jESTriuCTj) To nic"t the demand of the irayellng mhlli for alurdy, reliable null rr fined pHiklng Trunks, Siiltcaem, l.laaliUoiM-a and llainlliagD, wo show tliei Inconi parable Imlesitrurto luggage. lndrstructo Wardrobe Trunki Is a combination of convenience and security. There I u place for every Item of apparel you carry. It Is guaran teed to stand up against continued bumps. Jolts Hinl Jars A trunk I tint Is absolutely dust proof unci universally recngnlxed as thn best In strength, ap pearance ami convenience. Indestructo Drenn Trunk Constructed of heavy, hard, vulcanized fiber. Come furnlHlied with ono mid two Irays attractively lined with cretonrie Kee them III various sues. Indextructn Steamer Trunk Come In two eltes. Constructed of -ply panels of hard vulcanised fiber. These trunks are hand riveted through out and come equipped with one tray, divided Into two and four compartinenta. Indestructo Genuine Cowhide Suitcate Gladstones Handbags In black and tan, strong' ly re-inforc-ed corners and locks "The Lad' Store as Well as Dad's FTW7TT. On jMulmut.f ourtifci nf hi est?- 0wm A TRZPUE-SERVICe SUIT 'Ihe Homier suit for hoys, for they look nre I anil natty, la Milan walmlluc ami Norfolk brllral mixlcls. . Tliejr'm lilamicd fur txya who arc unmindful nf tlu-lr clollitu, mi I he' wonder suits lake up I ho burden of rcnlsUng every ktralu put lo Litem. Yon'll wir a guurantrsHl fust loe bluo ecrgo Nulla aiul fancy milta tit gmy and brown hiIm lurca and suiart atrtMi effma, from $15 to $30 Unusual Wash Suits. Cnusnsl little Wash Bulla In middies. Oliver Twlat and rent styles; unusual In color conceptions of plain and two Ion shades, with the finer touch of pretty trimmings. V'nusual value, too, ut-lhusa price $1.50 to $8.50 Splendid Little Play Togs Ini lii'lins smart military suits, Indian suita. cowboy suits, rompers and Ihe new clever Koveralls, Theso garments are all sturdily made to withstand Ihe wear and tear nf children' pluy. $1.50 to $8.5Q a L -1 The New Styles are Dainty and Delightful Our Spring Footwear a KxritEssES Tin-: spirit OF Till: NKW SKASON AN unusual asHpmbliipe of Sprinp footwear black, white and colored shoes which are the very last .word in fashion and combine 4hose desired quali ties of style, fit and comfort characteristic of every Dorothy Dodd shoe. The beauty and Rrace of line of the many rharminp; patterns we are showing will delight you. There is a shoe for every occasion street, dress or party wear. There are many pleasant surprises awaitinj? those who have not vet seen our Sprinp display9 of the new Doro thy Dodd'styles. Plain pictures and type cannot tell the story. We invite you to step in, examine and try on these beautiful shoe". A- ; .... "Till; ADI I.IM Tb.li Is a f iHlilt'iialile hand ful n sole I'tjtun ami a slender heel. They come In 1 1 1 1 :i'i,i In on n a u d l.l.n k kid i patent I'rlt e 4 War t.i x "tH; $12.00 Tin: M 1U K.l.l.i:" A neat baby French heel IMimp that can be worn plain or with an ornament. They come In white, brown nnd black kid or fn .patent, l'rlco.. )OeuU "Till: CtiMt.MTTI A pump of soft patent In i buhl t in H noli, with a two and one-ipiarter Inch covered heel; ornaments to match. Price . . . . . $9.50 TURK BROS. 318 SOUTH MAIN Tulsa's Largest Shoe Distributors "Till-: MAUIOXA" A neat fitting oxford with a hand-turn sole; made of finest grade kid In blal-k. tnbasco brownjgray. Ivory and hlte. I'rlctr I Monday only $io- NICHOLS Hardware Go. Wringer $5 and Up thk (i mioht i:sy kihoui: 1 , 2 1 1 Mors THE l'OITI-:it VAI.VK Washingr Machines Like Cut $18 Many Different lauilcriiH ut Kcrwii H itirt $1.50, $1.75 $1.50 to $6 WcIkIi You liriHtTlCH lloiixo hx ulci Leather Punches at $1.25 Saddler' Tunctice In All l.licv.j th ItruMiuM 3Sc I v i Rakes at 65c and Up Yale Builders Hardware A complete mock for rverv ntylo home, be it a m:in-i"ti nr t'lintf.il.nv. Breast Drill at $4 up AM 1 Disston & Sons Saws In complete assortment- $2.25 up Fly Traps 25c and up fSure I'att licr Suli Itt'iinl" 50c and 85e NICHOLS Hardware Co. v. ii:i.ivi.n 119-121 EAST FIRST I'lioiie 1000-1917 4asr'W'epVXapX4aWr'wrsa