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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1020. 4' 1 1 BEGIN DEFENSE IN" DYNAMITING CASE Witnesses for Kriogcr Placed on Stand at Morning Session. REFUTE VOWELL STORY Say Defendant Not in Tulaa at Time State Cluimn Con spiracy Originated. KAlluro of witnoMiiA for llin mnln, In tlio proseciitinn of Charles ICrle ger for conspiring to dynamite tlm home of .1 K, I'iiw In tliln iilty Octo ber SO. I !) 17, to nppeor Iti district court yesterday rcnultod In iin figrcomont whereby witnesses for the defense, Mrs. Cirri Anderson, J. J. Hornls nnd W. J. Khlpmnn, for rncrly of jlriatnw, wero placed on tlio stand nnd mrn f i testimony 1y which tlio defnnso seukn to disprove Mntomonts made liy llnlwit Vim clki, n ntnto'n wllnrnn, upon whos ronfpwulon thn prosecution In Imacd, VowoIIm claims that ho. with John lln.ll and I'rank Hontn, placed tlio riyunmltn under the I'cw liotti", nnd that thin witness wnn led to believe thn crlino mi committed nt tho In rllgntlon of Krli;er, nn J. W. W. or ganizer. Mrs. Are-lornon, keeper of ft hoarding nuso nt Hrlstnw In tho fall of 1SI7, nnd tlio two turn, boarders nt tho Anderson homo, testified Krlcgor wus In Iho employ of tlm Mount Cooper hollar works nnd wnn working In or near HrUtivv from October 7 to October 25, 1M'7 Vow Iin, In hid testimony, rrtntnd ho raw Xrlegor In Tulwi sovnrnj times (Hir ing tho two weeks prtwlous to tho lnttnr date, find tlm defenno main tains thnt Krlcgor wan In Hristnw or near thnt city nnd not In Tulwv nt any tlmo stated liy -mvelln. Ad. Jotirnment wnn taken nt 3:30 o'clock jrsterdny afternoon nnd tlio Jury wax allowed to witness thn hull Rome. With tho Introduction of ono nd rtltlonnl wit noun thn state's enno will lio closed. Tho ngreoinmit yrtcr riay resulted In thn Introduction of tho flntt of tlio dcfonHii testimony, nnd according to tlnio consumed In tho first trial Inst October nnd No vomber, tho caw will lo concluded within two weeks. 12,000 TRY TO HEAR BILLY SUNDAY HERE coNTtmJKD rnou paoh onk. muse I work no hard during tlio rst of tlio tvooU." Trnffl( Hergeant Nick Ilomackel mot tho evntiBollst'ii party nt thn hull entrance. Sunday phuod ha round tho office nnd greeted Mm enthusiastically. IUunnokol jnot "Hilly" In Colorndo aovnrnl yours ...t !.. ..untinnllxt tliul not for- HKO fcii" unnm - , gotten him. "Ma" Bunduy nnd llomor Ttodohonvnr nnd tho remain' dor of tho party followed tho fufflo . 1 1 Y, tnnuii nf nnvlollH prrKi'iuii iiiifMir. n ppcctalorM who crowded Into tlio Allien cntrnncq 10 too iinin t..i i it.. iltrfiiii.il thn rtowd. whllo Ilodolienvor uitod n. BhlnlniT lirnim troinoonn m a biuiio. Itov. J. IV. Atiol starlud tlio Ultimo moro than twenty intnuton boforo tho cvniiKolIxt wim duo nt tlio hall. "Uciicun tho rorlnhltiK" wun fol lowed hy "Tho Old-Tlinn HiiIIkIoh nii.nn .nnpa ntnl iLftnr a ntntid- Inn Rroetlnt? from tho nudlenco upon tho entrtiiu'o of tho Hundiiy party, nlLllAlliln llllf A tYl T I PlL llomor Jloilchonvor, bijiik Icnflor of tho pnrty, then nti a nolo and led tho hIiikIiib of "HrlKhton thn Cor ner," and other boiikh peculiar to Bundny niootlnKs. "You did ivlmoiit nn well iih Okla homa City." Itodehoaver mild. "Hotter," nhoutcd a man, In tho nttrllnn rn Applauno endod In buhjih of mtr- priBO wnon nev. inai, uarrmu hi'mik by tho nplrlf of tlio inci'tlin:, ehed hln cont nnd utoppod to tho contor of tho platform. nti lialinra Ttrif. AllAl nnlll. Hollar MIIh wcro juimnroun In tho jinin run or money in win iron win nfrArltur ..lilnlt fnltnvvil. Tlin nffor- tnK wnn Inter turned over to tho cviuiKdlst and his party. Tho nmoimt taken In wnn not announced. Knur loft tlm linll until after the evanRnllnt had flnUhod. Uvory ne;it wan filled nnd men tint on tho rati- . u nf lit, linll Mm-nnil if tlm ulnlrn worn crowded, lint Chief of I'olleo John A. GunttifHon, who tried every means to keep thn flro rlak nt a medium, whh alrnoHt helplenn, Kvory ono seemed to punli toward tho oen . ter of tho ntnt;n. TIioho on tho outer niHien or ino linn couiu ncnrcoiy nenr Sunday. "fillk DnnwH Stolen. ADA. Okla., May 31. Povonteen silk dreinrn valued nt novcrnl hun dred dollam were Htolen from tho fihriw McrchandlBO Moro hertj )at nlirhU Hobliern hroko Into thn ntoro .nnd wore unnoticed until neen le.av 'inif thn city, Uteaded toward Okla homa City. Just Apply This Paste and tho Hairs Will Vanish (Boudoir Secrets) Tho Judicious uno ot 11 delatnne 'pa8ln Insuroa nny woman it clear, hairless skin. To propnro tho paste, mix a llttln of tho powdorcd dela tone with snmo water, then apply to tho objectlonnblo hairs for II or 3 mlnutcH, When tho iianto In re moved, and tho nkln wiifihod, every I race of hair will havo vanished. No pain attend!) tho uuo of tho dolatono and It will not mar tho most sennl. tivo nkln, hut to Innuro rejiultn, hoo thnt you not real dolatono.-Adv. I Inocy Wk without qneitlon 1IUNTB HAI.VK (U In IHO fulmtnl ol ITCH. KCZBIiA. EJWOItM.TirrrKHorolber ng (kin oJmmwi. lrloo t arnxitsU. or direct from Mlivjkoota BMUm U.Urau.lK. LAI M tr-TT'Sf Ck . 1111. ,,, i. Lineup of Delegates CHICAOO, Mny SO --Tho followJni; Inhln nhown tho Blnndlni? of tho three lending onmlldaten for the republican pt1-iilile.ntl.il noinln.i llon, thn unlnntructed nnd favortto Bon'n vole, ami the content which havo bton filed: a r o o o t. -i d ? I if : 5 0 3 ? : : a f' : : h i ; . L : i : a : Alnbfima ........ 1 Ail.ima .......... ... ... ... J Arkniienn ........ ... " ' Cnllfornla 2fi . .. .. ... Colorndo ......... ... J Connecticut ...... ... ... . . Delawnro ... -- " ; Florida .......... ... ... ' n. J rieorula .......... ... ... 15 Idaho ........... ... ... n ... Illinoln ... 1 'U Indiana 1 Iowa .............. ... v.. 22 I ... ICniinnn .......... ... ... ... Kentucky ....... ... ... t.oulHlnn.t ........ ... ... Maine . . ... ... Mnrylnnd .. 14 ... MiiHHfirhilol(i .... 4 ... . .' ... Michigan ... 3" ... Mlniienoln ....... 10 ... it. 2 MIhhIwiIppI ... ... f 12 MUnniirl ... 32 Montana ... Nnlmiiikii 4 12 ... ... Novaila ... " New Jlampnhlrn .. " ... ' ' Now JerBey . ... . .. 11 12 .. ... New Mexico ...... A ... New York .......... ... ..." North Carolina ... ... ... ... S 17 North JMkotii 10 ... .. f ... Ohio 0 . ... ... 3! ... Oklahoma ....... ... ... ... It 0 Oreitnn .. ... " 1 ... l'eiiiiiylvniiln ..... ... ... ... 74 ... Ithodn I nlii I 1 1 ..... ... ... ... 10 . . . Mouth Carolina .... ... ... ... .. 11 Houlli Oakota .... 10' ... ... ,. ... 'JVnnf-eiWMi . ....... 12 ... ... ti 2 TojtrtA ............ ... ... .. 2.1 lltall ............ ... ... 8 ... Vermont ......... ... ... ... ' 8 ... VlrRlnla ......... ... ... . 18 WnnhlnKtnn ... ... ... 14 ... WobI VlrKlnla .... ... ... ... 14 ... WlBOnnnln ........ . ... 24 ... Wyoming ... ... ... 4 ... Alaska ... ... ... 2 ... Dlntrlct of Columbia ... ... ... .. 2 Hawaii ... ... ... 2 ... Philippine, 2 .... I'd r to Illco ....... ... ... ... 2 ... Tolnln 110 112 C5 6C0 137 Neceieiary to nominate, 49.1, Thn "rnvorlln non" milium Innluden 39 vnlen In Ohio for Senator llnrdlm;: I I In WnnhliiRton for Benator I'olndexter; 14 In West Virginia for Benalor Howard Biithorland. and In tho ronlcBt cnluinn nro 17 North rnrollna volen liiBtructed for JikIko I'rltehard; 35 volen Inotriictcd for (lunernt Wood, and nlno liiHtructe'd for (lovernor Iowden. ADMITS SHOOTING . THAT KILLED GIRL continui:i ntoM paoii onk. rldhiK with a parly of friend on tho ntalo highway ount of Yukon, were unablo today to nolvo tho myHtery or ndvnuco a motive for tho crime. MIhh Beott win killed -by 11 buljct ruin from a motor car contalnlnB two tnen, who wero forced to wait while tho car In which MIsm Bool! wnn rld hilf p.i'HBiMl. A Hooond Bhot followed tlo ono which killed Minn Hcott lodKcd In tho rrar end of tho car, otflcotH Htiile. Two youni; men. flonrKo Mooro und lion Allen, nrrenled nhortly after tlio triiKody by Hherirr .lack smiiu nt Canadian county urn mill held In tlio 111 lteno Jail la connection with U10 nhooilni,' It 1'". l'.lllnKer, proBldent of tho rlrnt Natlonul brink of Noblo, who went to HI lteno to InvcMtlKiitn tho rune, deelnreil tho empty nlioll of thn who! thnt killed tho younr woman wan found In the M-ond near tho xceno of thn Hhootlni; and fltteil Into thn 32-20 calllirn rifle whlcTi wiih foiinil In tho car con- tulnliiB Moore mid Allen. AiiRor nt luivliiK to wall for thn car to paHH ti which .MIbh fieolt wm rldlnir Ih tho motive orfl era of thn Canadian county advance for the killing .lealoiiHy. which at first wn Solid Sore From Dead to Foot With Eczema Ttnt'iwtut Mr.Johnll. Urrt of Nonli City, IlllnoU, ur, about hl tr. lit wtltfil "ThutioT llnl wo liaro brn dorlorlnf wlthD.D.U. liromplrlclrwdL lltwa lolid iqk t o?r hit Ika.1 nj Uklf. Dd now yon cannot Wll.tn t bJ nrt)ilD wrong wiu him." Wtijf not try D.D.D. toUy end b conrlncfdl rllf. t onco, fnira Itclilnr nj tutnlm , Vour Binniybuck if tho did twltlo dori not brim rtlUf. Mc, oo uJ $1.04. Try D.U. U. Sop. too Miction idrShJn Diseasa ON SALE TODAY At JENKINS' New Victor Records for June 111(11 U06.V 170- Drop in and wo will play any of these records for you any lime. i plven tin a rennon, wan not nccopted hy Minn Bcott'n frlendn, who declaro to their knowleilKo nho bnd no nn. mien an nho never riMxld with nny younir men who mlKht havo been Jouloun. A farmer nlttlnir on hln front porch not moro than 100 yards from tho Bceno of Iho tdiootlni; said tho car from which the nhot wiih fired had Mopped nnd the llRhtn turned off. lie M.1I1I the car In which MIhh Bcolt wiih rldliiR caino iiround a curve nt ordinary rain of upced. Tlio car wiih about 100 feet beyond tho cur that hud Htopped when thn nhot that killed Minn Hcott wan fired plorcltm tho hack of tho car, pnmlni; bntweou mo couple 111 1110 renr anil enterlnR Minn Bcott'n nock. Icllllni; her In- Mnntly KEURALGIA EASED AT ONCE BY THE OLD RELIABLE REMEDY CDU'LNDABLE ABSOLUTELY API! DINE ITS UOUIO -.QUICK. IFF tCT It' luit luir )-ounrlf it is to icimirt it mntlicrpoopU. Vouilioiiljiut Ncls on's Hair Dressing The 01ltln1I1nJs.no In, hlb (tido baltdiru la(,nTui,4tirti)itlciilr taoitt piopl tol iltacwl lijiiri. AII(oulii not,, la U.S. kits Nil., oa'i. NtUon Ml. Ca Kklimood.Vo. I.uti limn,, t roloirj l!ilolAuium,C4.,au, N,lwn'i. MUM "Iito .Mo or Nol." SI.1U0. -Mnr 01 lofp" SIS7I "llrliiU to Mo Hnlr Willi Tlilno Km" HI.MII) I'rilillo iMnuril 'i"iiunii. ijiriiiurrniiiininiin, jiiiurl HUM Ncx-tiimo In 1; list. No. t (Chopin) Violin".,, spun (Hi, li,, Cnrrj .Mo 'l.on" (Ptoehon Kotor). fllsl.l "I iirjikf 11," lolln 7I.VM) nnI-Hip" (Toatl) ".Iooiiii, My Siltloilr" 4.1177 l.rl Iho l-owrr l.lilil. llo llnniliu" . "It.,.. .,r ti ,..i.i...f ...... HMD "Von Ain't IIimimI .S.illilim V Mnlloy "uii Ain't II.Minl NolhlMK Vol." .Mr.ll.y Kot Tint A mar ,,.H".K !, ".Vl ,,ln,,'.J J. 3 "l iillnhj" Victor Orch "Ailmto ll.lrlr." () "llr.1 NuhoU" (S) "Nmurrtli" Vlcior Oreh "Skir-llmt (21 -II,,, Mill. e( Tirol" ..... .nhiXth WIi -.Mi.thrr;- l'ni)rr" C) 'ln Nina" h) "Tho wind." (4) '"hrrry IBAKI "rrnlllorrlliff llllira" "Iji Vrnl.i." Ca.iiiian Koi Trot ISM7 "lip.ort liroiini," roi Trot .... "Mnllirr'a IliiniU." Issns "Uhrn Iho lliirfrol Mmn 1 Shlnlnc" . 1111 1 iiwrr, tana "iin. now 1 im LATTA SEES NEED FOR REAL LEADER CONTINI'I.Ii I'llDM I'Afll; ONI5. prtfxlon lit t )IX time In Hint Hie pnrty that linn made no much hi lory In the Innt Imlf century In In need of n real mpible constructive hinder more thnti II In In need of 11 candidate. That mnn In not in BlRhL llo mny nppKir tomonow or the next dny, or bo mny cqjne to the mirfiicn diirlitK the "hurly burly" of tho convention ItBcir. I In tuny ne finally neleeled to head the tlekot Hut there H now no mn-h indivnitmi oh controlled und directed iiunnK the ventn thnt Itoonevell ruled or mc j.-n.n ..in. , " di.rlm tho McKlnley eta. rho (.rntid . Old I'arty n. n b'. Oklahoma "I'oolilmh." Jako llatnon, Oklahoma "poo- bnb" In ihiIKIiii. Iiiim moved In and opened up ill tho 1iHallo To Okla- hoinann ramlllar Willi imianuina iiollllcti, nothltiK need bo lidded to that. They call nee tho pli-luro cluttered alKiut tlm nnmn flyliiK niiunilron that cnrilil tho Hlnte for Ilntnon. n tho national catnpniKii flKht, Ono flndn It enny to w1nIi that Oklahoma wnn differently reprnnont ed. There wan only 11 moment'H ln- terenl iiroilfted by HnitHUm nil- nonncemenl nn a priwlilentlnl cundl- dnto whlrh clime Hunduy oveiiltur on thn heeln of hln prevluiw nniioutue ment that the Oklahoma dnleRiitlon would he for I.owdrn. I'liti only npeeulallou 1.1 an to tho Carnn thn ORlalumin ixiiincinii in plnylnR, opinion beltiK vrolty well ncreed that hln nurnone In to Ret un tunny volen for hlniHelf nn ohh1- blo and then brenk to iowden or Homo other candldato fit 11 critical moment In tlio hopiti that a ntnm. pedo will follow. MHiiilre to .Niiiih- Ilntnon. In bin nreHldenll.'jl announcement Hnlnon ftnyn that hln inline will be prcHented hy Hlrd B. McOuIrn . and that ho will havo 8(1 voten m the first ballot, where tho SO" will come from, tho announcement tloen not nay. Wkm1 Maitnurm .Meet At tho tlmo thin Ih beiiic written tho conferenco between Colonel I'roctor mid KranU llltchcock hnn not been held. If bell tho result linn not been announced. Tho word went out thin morrlni: that Hiim trouble Will bo ndlimteri boforo nlfiht at'.l It wiih tho iinde'xlmtillni; that It will bo itdjiintcit tctweon tho two without nut do lnterfej-enco or hur RentionH. Thn roRitlar riltipatehoB will carry tho renult of nils cooler encn, nn well oh thn docl-donn of the national committee on such con li'.-tn n hnvi! been nettled. Another Impromlon I hnve In that If Hitchcock should lio Riven a rreo blind to handle (lencinl Wood'n in- teici'tn in the cnnvenoit and from th n tlmo on. that It in nol atio nether tmpoifllbln that tho ICimon boom would din a natural death m.il the Oklahoma ilclcRntlon li found In tho Wood column. It In nlso my Iniprennlon at thin time that tho rhnncen of Mr. Hitchcock I'l lilK Klven carlo bUncb'f nre not i.- i in I lli.uiRh ihwi n a . : ;l blllly. m An to how thn vote will Maud on thn first ballot there In Just ono nnfo mothoil of calculntlnR. Thnt N with tho Instructed voten. And takltiR roin:sTi:it kxi'Kut Will bo In Tulna for hnrt whllo. W trout jour troo tho nnturo wy Kill ovorythlhit thnt ots tho oup for II, (lunrantoe-il for Iwo years. He II. II. Ilrnrr It Son. Ilrnernl Holltrrj Now taking iMwt-Rrnduato work In SL IkuiU 111 In'tler ncrvo Jim. Dr. Arthur Campbell lijo, lVir, No-o and Tbrout Spodallst 7.t7 .Mil j 0 llultdlng DON'T HAVE" GRAY HAIR It's Unnecessary Q-Ran Hair Color Restorer Dark ens It Evenly No Dyo No matter how gray your hnlr. prcnvaturely grny. faded, bleached, nlreaked with gray, to rcMon- tn nut 11ml even dark color again, apply to all your hair nnd scalp Q-dlnn Hnlr Color Itentorer nn per fimplo dlrec tlonn on bottle. In 11 day or ho you will bo delighted to see all your gray hair turn to an even, beautiful dark Hhodo without even a truce of gray showing, and entire head of hair t-ccomes soft, fluffy, long, thick nnd of nn even beautiful, soft, dark shade. Also stopM dandruff and falling hair Bold on money-bark guarantee nt Btelnberg Hron., Tula, Okla. Mull orders, 7f.c. . ...Knrlco Carnoo rioraMIno t'.)rrar Klonsaloy Qiurtot liiirrlxm 1111,1 iirlimlil itiirrrnnilli Alma Itllick Jaaoha llolfoix Leulao llntnor Frits KrMnlor l!van Wllluina . .Oltvo Kllno anil i:tnlo luki-r uuva Minn aim i:iao llakor Ko Tmt .All mar Trio Hlar Trio Orchoatrit Orohoatra h U'h,.lip liiuancth tvhtfler . . ..Marcartt voun il'-v "I" .Murray (lroon llrothrra' Nuvolty llaml (Ufen llrolhara' .Novelty Hand 417 SOUTH MAIN Osago ni33.nt.it A. J. CHM"1 .Mgr. m'o n count only the iininstrurtcd voten, JohnBon nnd Wood toRother i'o not control tho nltilatlon. All t-anilldalen nro olaltnlns; many voicn amoiK thn urilnntructcd, but none of them nro nuro of any of them. Men connected with nt leiiflt three headiiuiirtern ndmltled ns much to me. Wood doen load -tho field. That In recognized. And If ho necurcn thoso men from tho unlntructed ftrlrKntlonn that hln mannRem he llevo ho will receive, then hn nnd JohtiHob together could control tho convention nnd namn the cindldntc. When I nny thin In precisely what thn no-cnlled "old Kiinrd" ban feared from tho first and what It started r..it to prevent I nm Mntlnf? a precis f)r T( (.x , j..itutor .Ffshn 0 , 0Ce.,J)ynK ,v podtlon of vim cle occupying a pmltlnn of vnM MratrKlc nlrenRth. Ho can nomi nate Wood or lie cm nominate Iiw- 1eu. And hln rlRht to leadernhlp In tho future In roIur to be lancly ite ti'rmlned by tho manner In which ho exercises hln ndvanlnBcn. I do not believe there In nnyone hiVn nn yet who really hello ves Hint ihe California man !ian even n chance to win tho prlzo for himself. eitner rienator llor.ih nor Senator JohnMtn Is hero nn yet, so It In Im- poMdhlo to necurn directly or oth erwise anything in iho nature of mi nccurnte lirtpn sslntt con'-rnliiR their mlndn on thin Important phase of the matter. An matters stand, and until a real lender orbei or moro accommoda tions nre made, tho colerlo of Ren tlunnn who started out to destroy both Wood and Jnlinton by pitting ono ncnlnst tho other havo tho ad vantage. Tliey dominate thn nltila tlon and can name tho ticket. Thnt Imprennlnn ban becomo very strontf ly fixed In my mind. Will they date iRtinro nubile opinion? Or no much of It nn hns exprccscd Itself? Will they dare put 1110 Rovernor or ininoln nt the head of Hie ticket. In the face of tho poor nhowliiR In the primaries nnd pollH and In view of hln vulnerability, nnd can they hold their ndvnn'aije 'mill tint convention convciien arid then lllBC lt7 Love PicKs Beauti) A Vrauhful complrxton makei any woman attractive. Improve yoott by mini BEAUTY CREAM It u both a vanutung cream and powdct combinnL Stayion. 30eanJ 60c at all dnjgguU, Oat trsulu wtin Put. fncLannitk Bmly Saap is UKd with it 14 I 1 BR THIRUtintSCO. I LKaV Wt. Tii Your - Greatest Time - Saver 1 Reading-advertisements saves time. They tell you when and where to buy the things you want. Aimless searching is avoided. Shopping trips end not in dis appointment, but in success. The advertisements in your newspaper are messages from the business world to you. Read them. They tell you what is new in markets and stores. They Inform you of all that the world is doing to make your work easier, your home' more pleasant, your Acquire the habit of reading advertisements regularly. You will find them your greatest time-saver. GRANT REGULARS CONVENTION SEAT CONTINUED KIIOM I'AOK ONK. ed In the almenco of tho contestant. Hevejj reRUlarly rported delettalen from Ark.insaH wero seated, tho no Rro rontestanln belnR dlsmlssod. Ono delcRnto Iristructed for Oovor nor Iiwden and two reported favor, nhlo to him ' wro anions thoso Rlvon neatH. Sum; In I lorlim Tnklne un lite contestn nlnhnbe.tl- cally, thn tommltteo struck a nnnR III tho Florida colitesln whoro three hcpmito setn of delCKates ono each reported favorable to Major (Jcneral Wood, (lovernor I.nwden anil Sena tor Johnnon, renliectlvely wcie conteMlnR. l-or moro than three hours tho committee nrRucit ovor totniillcnted tcchnlcnt points of the I lorlda ease and finally referred It overnlRht to a nubcommltten of throo for recommendation tomor row. Tho three ' committeemen were Warren of Michigan, du I'onl of I"clawaro nnd rnrnons of New York. Tho Church-Vnniluzor rroun con- temled that both thn Ilean mid the Anderson omanlzalloiin wero de funct nnd th. it, reprosentlne the real republicans" of KlorTda, they wero ealllnn "fo'r a new deal nil mound." They represented that with thn Inrco Increase of northern ImmlRratlon Inlo l-'lorlda tho Mate could ho considered a doubtful one If tho national commlttoo would rec oriiIzo a republican organization which thoy arRiird would command the support of the leclornt". The regulars wero charged with maintaining r.iln In l-'Inrlda for pat- fCALUHIS i' HAWO CORN End The Agony and Torturo From Corni, Callouses, and Bunions with CORN'FIX" tho wonderful now discovery for corns, enllotinoa and bunions. Tho rain stops with, the very first drop. In 10 minutes tho corn mny bo easily removed Knport Chirop odist's uso the same method. Many of thorn uso Corn "KIX". Torn "KIX" con loins no ether, collodion, aalyelllo acid, or other harmful Inarrotllentn to ent tho grd flesh and mnkn thn foot sore. No more extended trrntments for sev eral days and nights; no moro soaking or "cooking" tho feet necessary. In 10 minutes the corn Is gone- so Is tho pain. Corn "KIX" Is quicker, safer nnd different. Don't suffer another minute! Corn "FIX" Is wonderful, and will urely help you. If your dealer ennnot supply you, send us 35c In stamps and wo will mall you a bottln direct from our laboratory. Your money refunded If you ara not satisfied. COIUN flX CO., Inc.. Newark. U. J. j J l( CORN. "-W ronage purposen largely, and Mr. AnderBon doclarcd "In collusion" with tho democrat. Tho Hoan Oero.w organization, ho charged, wnn "a closo corporation" and nn officeholder trust." Tho charges of collusion wero denied by liko Jonen of, Jacksonville, who argued thn enso for tho regular delegation. Some, limitation of Immigration, hut not nufflclorUly Mrlct to Inter fere with "advantages capital natu rally noes In n largo foreign labor supply" was recommended today for inclusion In tho party's platform ny inn nnhcommltteo on Immigra tion of tho republican ndvlfory com inlttec. Chalrmnn Hays atUho clono of to- day's committee meeting announced a solution or ncatlng tho 61 extra delegates chosen from ton MMcb. It wan found that 40 additional chairs can bo placed In tho Hptico arranged for delegates on tho coliseum floor and the other HI will bo nccommo- dated hy occupying Iho spaces of delegates who happen to bo absent from sessions. fJIrln Hurt In Wreck. OUTHnii:,, Okla., May 31. lennctto Nohr and Huth Hull, school glrln of Cluthrlo, wero critically In Jured nenr hero today when their uutomobllo camplotcly overturned. Children's handkerchiefs often Iook hopeless when they come to the laundry Wash with good noap, nnso in water blued with lied Cross Hull Hlilc Adv LIFE WAS A MISERY TP HER Says this Woman Until Re lieved by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Cnrrolltnn, Ky. "I Biillered almost two years with fcinalo weakness. I count not w a 1 k nny distance, rlilo or tako any exer clso at all with out resting. If I swept the floor or did any kind of work it would bring mysicknesa on. I was weak, languid, had no energy and lifa was a misery to mc. I was under tho rare of n roo1 physician for sev eral muntlii and tried'otlier remedies. I had read of Lydia K. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound anil decided to try it. After taking twelve bottles I 'found inypclf much improved and I took six moro. I havo never had nny more troublo in that respect Bince. I have done all kinds of work and at present am an attendant nt a State Hospital and am feeling line. I havo recommended your Vegetable Com. pound to (loeni of my friends and shall a 1 w a v s recommend it." I.II.UAN T. TitAiir, 821 S. Cth St., Carrollton, Ky. If you havo nnv symptom about ' which vou would like to know writo to the" Lydia E. Pinkham Mcdicino Co., I.vnri, Mass., for helpful advice given free of charge. clothing and food problems less difficult. Merchants and manufacturers are putting these advertise ments in .the newspaper for your benefit as well as their own. Your co-operation is re quired. You must read them in order to be well informed and reap 'the advantage that is yours. ALLEN URGES COURT Governor Wants Federal Court Taw linnctrd Fallowing Plan of K&n. KOA Industrial Inw, WASHIirQTON', May 31. Estab lishment of A federal court of Indus trial relations similar to that In KAm nan wan recommended to the ronaAJi lAbor committee today by Governor Allon of that state, Tho commltu la considering legislation to carry out recommendations of President Wllson'a second Industrial confer ence, "I would recommend legislation that would tako Into consideration tho fact that tho peace and welfaro of tho publto must come first," said Governor Allen. "I would urgo the creation of a court having all tho powers of nny court below tho supremo court whoso appeals nhould bo to that tribunal, tho Judges to bo appointed by- the president." Tho governor said, however, that this court should havo Jurisdiction relating onlyto Interntato commerce and that there should bo no pro vision that would' In nny way Inter fere with tho rights of states to ndopt similar measures dealing with InterHtnlo commerce, youxant1ub7 rheumatism out Says W. M. Glenn of Car bon, West Virginia. "Too moch praise cannot be ttven to Proscription C-2223. because It la all you rornramend it to be and much mor It ta true you can't rub rheumatism out. but Prescription C-2S23 will drive It out. I waa a sufferer from rheumatism and too It only one and a half bottles of tho 11. SO alse. Now I never feel tbe misery that tortnrad me all day Ionic." Thla man Is right. Whllo rubbing- amd poultices may enso the patn sometime It takea Internal treatment, something- that will drive the poisons out of the blood. Such a preparation la Prescription C-3SS3. Vou can depend on It to rell.v you becatiso It waa originally prepared and used by a doctor In his private prac. tlce. The treatment gave his patients eat. lafylns benefit, and It has since brouaut health and happiness to thousands. Prescription C-S551 cnntalna no Stereury, Chloral, Strychnine, danirerous or habit forming drugs. Vour money will be re funded if two $1.60 bottles do not give ou relief, llefore taking rreserlrtton C-22S1 yon should stimulate the secretions of the liver and regulate the bowela by the use of 3:21 I. Ivor rills. This vegetable cathartic ill not make you sick or gripe, with rheumatism, lumbago, gout, sciatica or a neuralgic condition, begin taking this rusranteed treatment. Should it happen that your drusrglst won't supply you, a II. (0 bottle and a box of the rills will bo sent you rostpald nn receipts of II 7. Wrlle D'pt 1!J, 1223 Laboratory. Memphis, Tenn.. for literature, 1320 Almanac and free sample Of tje l'llls. Rheumatic Runs