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'PTTT.CA HA TV AAfmT.n fPIIIIDC'n A V T T T T T71 O 1flOA EDGE WITHDRAWS FROM FUND QUIZZ Senator Says Purpose of Investigation Is Attained. SINCLAIR QUESTIONED , Snyn Ho Ilns Not Contrib uted lo Campaign No Law Violated Sayn Jcnwy Man, co.vnvcKn ruox rum wk. priwIrlentlAl minimlpn for W. O. Mrv Ailoo nnd Imrt tie-nrd two official of nil r.unipunlMi incntloncnl tn provlom trntlmnny lui pomlliln lur9 contribu tori to polltlonl nimpalrniR. Edward KtiAtlnK, inRiiKir nt the) Dumb plan InoKtin, dooUrrcl thn lKUn hvt InltMi no part In unr pro convention political activity nnsi hni not rontrlbutntl nnr monny nnd did nrt plan tn participate! In th con vention fttrUKftlrut. J In Add ml, that It did cock to ilnfoAt mem born of corv crea wtio voted for tlio transporta tion net, Mri. Antolnntto hink, IlllnoK nctlvo In Liberty loan drives And later for Inn democratic national committee, declarrxl poltlvnljr that no campaign for obtaining thn demo emtio proHldentlal nomination for McAdoo direct or Indirect, eiJMed, "miioh tnJicr regret." 11. V, Hfnclnlr of Now York of the oil company bearing hln namn, dn clared tie had mucin no oampnicn oontrlhtitlnn or been othnrwUa actively o" KAKed polltlciilly and Nor man Ilrldcea, conneoted with thn Doheny oil Internal, teatlfled that 1m hAd contributed 11,000 to (lenernl Wood' candidacy, but otlinrwU knew nothing of any cam pair a. Aftor the oil company nfflclala lind litrn foicniMid tha committee turned to Mr. llnnnlwell, Tho lcnn 'ttyrvn.nl. man, cnndlduto for drmo cratlo national cominlttflcmnn from , that irtnto at tho recent primary nnd who opponcd the Inlmr tnovr 'ment with n "slicker" onmpaiun for McAdoo dolcKntrw, wn called In ' connection with hln McAdoo nctlv. Ity. Ho tentlflcd that ho had con ducted that campaign ovnr thn dis trict, nnd pernonai rofnnnl of Mr McAdoo to liavo hta liimo tiurt, willed prevented Ha uppe.arn.nrn on the bnllotn and nocceiltnted "atlckers." , ' Thn wltnenn touched on hl chnrKcs Hhoiit tho Palmer Pennityl vanla campaign ond thereafter tlwy fell thick and fnt. He nunortcit that It waa "iteneral knowledicn In tho tato when tho Palmer movement wan threatened thn burn- had been let down" middonlyi that liquor . waTehounn doom Were 'thrown wide open" under tho eyoa of tho depart. ' ment of Juntleo nnd prohibition en fornemMU officer of tho federal , government, particularly tn the coal , counties" and that tho whole Palm er campaign not only waa a "nhoM- , ly and deibaalnit degradation of law, BUI an ' invumion in mw viumiuro. Strike Out Kofcrmce. Home direct reference by Mr, ' Wonnlwell to Mr. Parmer were trlcken out by tho commttten a nertionalltlea, and Mr. ltonniwr.il vm Atlll In thn lrvlrtnt of hi nociisa Hon when a roooan viut taken nt noon. Mr. Tlonnlwell rrmrmefl after lunch. Senator romorene, democrat of Ohio, beran oroaa-enamlnatlon of t Mr. Ilonnlweii. Mr. raimer wnen . offered a chancn to question thn . wltnrng aald ho hnd come merely to , makn a iitntement to tho committee. Tho aenator repeatedly demanded If ; Ilonnlweii had personal knowledge that federal offlrors In Prniifrylviinlii were "'conn1vlnir" at Solution of rirohlbttlon lawa, A atatnment that he wltnenn wnfl "eatlnfled" thnt auch waa tho conn won hut aaldo nnd Senator romereno lnnlntently re peated run qucntlnn until tho wit ncen nnawered: "No. air.' lie ndded. that If r.lvon two weeka, ho would furnlih legal evidence. Mr. Palmer then roan, lUn charge that nonnlwell had omployni "thar- actor annnmlnftUon" effortM nKitnnt, him In Ponnaylvnnla for yearn, hrought n warnlmc from Heimtnr Iteed. democrnt of Missouri, agalnet '"peraonalltlea," but thn iitiCNtlon waa act nt rest when Mr. Pahnor van permitted to contlnuo Situ statement under arrirmatlon. The speaker denied flatly and without qualification wiim nn cpar cterlxcd on "tlieHo hUIo chargea" that he hud granted "Immunity to prohibition violators In ronnityi vanla." in declared that on tho contrary, arrests had been maitn and thn coaes prosecuted during tho oleo. ton period and nsxemed that h lacked power to grunt audi Im munity had ho deaircd. llccnll Old Ilattlcn. ThrmiKhout Mr. llonnlwcll'n tes tlmony and hla reply to Mr. Palmer and also In Mr. Palmar statements, old political battles In Pennsylvania re-echoed. Tnn commttten asKod no questions on these points nor any question at nil of Mr. Palmer and when Mr. Bonnlwell concluded his hrlef answer, going tnto Hiato cum rmlgn matters, tho attorney general had mentioned tho Incident waa tclosed'for the commltte, which be gan examination of John H. ltosse . ter of Ran Francisco, in connection with Senator Johnsnn'a campaign ' In California. In his letter to Chairman Dllllng hatn of thn full election commtttoe, declaring he would not servo longor on tho Investigating commltten, Ben ator Rdgo said lie felt that thn commltten "hn fully fulfilled thn i instructions nnd performed Its du ties ImpurtUlbV "Tho investigation hon r!ied a point," he said, "where partisan hlp nnd factionalism are Indicated by ultnesa testimony and this I do not hellevo thn senato contemplated or cored to countenance. "No evidence of violation of any federal law has been brought out. Indeed, there Is no federal presi dential law to bo broken. Whether thn corrupt practices law of any mate has been violated, the officials of such state must alone determine. "In tho very order of things, It must bo perfectly obvious that it would be unfair, I bollevo, unjusti fiable, after either party ban se lected a nominee to contlniw tho In vestigation, elenrly confined as it is "by thn resolution tinder which wo are operating! to presidential can didates." In conclusion, Henator Krtco enld lie could not further participate In what promised an "almost endlena controversy" and therefore must In sist that ho be relloved "from further Inquisitorial proceedings with, the subcommittee." nun ICIC-ER. if r -v A-HEM I " YA-YA anoNEs, , i WessirM uAttTTV, rnn ill Sr Divorcee Marries Mr. Onrnet Itolen Clarko, former iwo wroKS ago ami was married id of James 11. Duke, inultlmllllonalro In Jlllln 1010. Young lnmun Is said niepiniiior. nut ninuiur ih weauny. or Auania nnci wiih iuiihmim ror her beauty. The lirldo Is young and pretty. Hor marrlago to tlruiit Clarko, It Is anlri, took plato 45 inlnutcsufter the two mot. MANY PUBLISHERS ' IN MEETING HERE CONTTNU1CI) KIIOM l'AOll ON 19. Tulwi Tribune; IaisIIo O. Nlblnuk, Guthrie Lender; Kns.1 K. llurns, Joplln Olobo; It. V,. Ilutlnr, Wlch ltu lleacon; Kdaon lllxby, Munko gun I'lioonlx and C. V. Hoggs, Dully Oklahonian, Ijihor conditions wero dlsuimsed nt length. t), liiiwin. of The World. Mr. Mol'horson anil M. H. Chamtxtra of tho Oklahoma News nt Oklahoma, City worn uppolntvd to tnuko a survey of the labor Kttuu Jlon an It affocts newspapers In tho association. A motion was ndnpted condemn ing tho actlonn of foremen In com posing rooms of noma nowHpnptirs In this district who frequently cntl composing room In luuvsimpera nf flceo In adjacent cities nnd offer hot ter lmlure:nunln for printout to change. Thin rrnotlco was said to bo In a groat measure responsllilo for unrest among prlntors, uud nm barrassment to imwspnpors. N black nnd Chambers wero in- ntructed to lntorvlow Dr. Strntton 1). Brooks, promdent of tho Oklahoinn university, nnd nrgn that the llin) typc In tho unlvorslty be used In preparing studontH for newspaper work. Tho university maintains n school of JournallNin, nml those gathered hero yesterday favor in cluding linotype Instruction. H was belloved that If Dr. Ilrookn ncU fa vorably on this iiiiggciulon. It 'will at least partially relievo tho serious shortage of linotypors. According to the constitution ami by-laws, tho next nnnual meeting of the association Ih tn bo hold wher ever designated by tho board of di rectors. Those who attended were jubilant over the organization, and expect It to lie nn important racior n overcoming difficulties confront ing newspaper publishers In tho southwest. Thn register of thoso attending ehows the following: C A. Iioney, Muskogee Times- Democrat; If, 12. lltltler, Wichita lleacon: Clyde Hpera'. vichJtn ICngle, J Jl lllxby. Muskogon l'hoe nix: I-iosllo Nlhlnck. Guthrlo Leader. J. H. Leach, Uartlesvllln llxnmlnor. V. B. Coles, McAlenter Ncwa-Cnpllnl R. Q. Onuofleld Knld Neun; A. Il.l 9 'THAT LITTLE GAME" Caught in CHrSMGJs V THE 1 SUJ3fcCT JW Lre ' K BE BEST- m' S . Into Duke Millions wife of n, song writer, who eloped about wuiKur r lmnan, sr-year-oId steiwion tobacco mini. Hlio nhtalniHl her (lrcru to lio u ureal favnrlln of i1m nniverfnl Mini was tho widow or William Inmnn Itnbertson, Springfield Ilopubllcan; V. M. Taylor, Knld Kagle; C. V. Hoggs, Dally Okluhoman; lllchard Klain. I'awhiiHka Capital: II. II. llortVn, Okmulgen Tlmesr II. tl. Kpnuldlng. Hhuuneo News; II. 12. Hurtou, Joplln Now Herald; M. H. CliiiuiberH, Oklahoma News; Hosa 12 IJurns. Joplln (Hobo; N. 1). Wolty, Hartlesvlllo Kxanilner; Kugene Lrtr ton, Tulsa World; T P. MePhvr son. Tills i Tribune; V. O. Larson, Tuls.i World, W A Hcedcy I'ltts burg Sun; ICilson Hlxby, Miisknguu Phoenix; J. A. Lloyd, MUrul Now Telegrams wero received from I3u Keno P. Martin, 'publisher of tho Miami llecord Herald and C. fl. Martin of tho Okmulgee Democrat, regretting theft- Inability to attend, nnd pledging their support to tl;e iiwoclatlon. Thn Hen Prnnklln rlnl. lnoii! .. elation of printers, was ' notified of uie meeiing. two mcmhrrs at telulrd HEALTH Tf AfFaNNOUNCED Colonel llugli S-oti Aiuioiiiio-m Mi'imNtm or Oklahoma DUUIon. Hperlal lo The World OKLAHOMA CITY. .Tune S The staff of Lieut. Colonel Hugh Scott. In command of tho Oklahoma divi sion of the United States public he'ilth service wns announced today us follows: Mulor Horace Heed, surgeon; Captain ('. W. Williams, internal nirdlelno; J. W. P. Llscoiuh, eve, ear, nosn nn.l throat, Captain M K. Hto'K nrlhopodlst; Captain Antonio tl. Young, nervous and meninl dis eases Lieut Tom Ixuvry, nnnthetint, nml Lieut. W. 11. Mattle, dental sur geon Cases of all kinds are handled through tho health service. Includ ing those of itlmbled enldler of the world war. flobbv -May Interfere. At'KTLV, Texas, June ?. Oov. W. P. Hobby late todny Informed city and county authorities nt Oalvcston thnt tha stnte would "assume con trol" In the dock strike situation nt that port Saturday unless labor and .freight conditions Improved Imme diately. Spring buffers hold new Mindo rollers In poltlnn In n window with nut the iisn of tooia or marring tho woouwuriu ' 5 WXS SrNyiNf,- VE'lL CL.EAH UP ALU "THE CH.O OflDERS AMD G&t fHEM OUYA tHU WAY PltlST. RE OEST- PR0PE PUTS LOWDEN OUT OF CONTEST CONTIMUKI) l'lioit PA (IK ONIS. for Lowden, then ns having n enn dldato of their own, thl morning began pilgrimages through the sub way that links the Cotigre with tho Auditorium. Johnson himself Is not hern, ho Is planning to eomn In Thiirwlny with n blaro of trumpets. Tho 10,000 ChlcngnariK who voted for him In the primary urn being urged In meet him at the depot and escort htm to lib hotel, (tut hls'two sons nro In chaign of bin head'iuar ters nnd they are making friends for thu cause. A very prominent nnd influential Oklahoma gentleman who Uh close to thn nicmberM of tho delegation, told mo this morning that It wiu his opinion that now the entlro delega tion would support Johnson tn tho convention. He wild that Dlsnoy nnd McDon ald went for him from the first and wero determined to support him. Other member hero who have been presented to lllrnm Johnson, Jr., have fallen for his suavity and nro booming tho "fnvorito son of tho golden west." Practically all urgo that hn. could carry Oklahoma In No vcmber. ' Unquestionably thero Is much ela tion at thn Julinson headquarters slnco thn pnpern carried the stories of tho senato committee proceedings of Tuesday. Hut there Is also sun shine nt thn Wood headquarters whero tho feeling Li Juit nt confi dent that tho general Is tho beno flclary of the fall of Lowden. It In no eiTct that tho men rlnso In on tho Wood plans look on tho growth of Johnson strength with genuine plcusum. If tho Callfornlnn can develop sllfflclont strength to show us a dangerous factor on tho first ballot thn Wood pnnplo aro confident that thero will bo no. mbro than thieo or four lmloltd beforo tho general Is nominated, This may appear strange reason ing but It has Us merits. There is opposition to Wood In various quar ter but this opposition tn Wood gives way quickly (bo moment John sun become n possibility. And with Lowden out of the running and tho real fight between the two men who have divided thn uriiL'i-rHMlvn ulratw-tli nf the imrty the conservative element tnat now honestly opposes Wood will not tagrt long to mako the choice bo twecn tho two. On tho other hand every ono Is be ginning tn recognlzo this Johnson person ns i pohglblllty. It Is clearly perceived that ho Is nf the snpeiuen. lap typo that is ulwnyH dangerous neiiiru nirgo gatherings. Tho ab sence of an ucccnted leader In thn party denotes an existent deslro for ii le.iuer. ino hclpleKHncws that charucterlxe overv hHiihII,.,, f ti,i kind wlmro a strong brain and clear jiiugincut is not controlling, Is pitiful. Ill this state of mind tin. nm smashing, hard and straight hitting t allfornlan, luay at an early hour of tho convention appear to the ii.ir.uu delegates uh n divinely ap pointed Moses. In PUio banter thin forenoon I was presented to ono of the most notorious conservatives on the na tional committee as "a crazy John ou man." Quick na a flush ho came back with, "I don't know ns nes cruxy nt all. I am beginning in nciievo that ho could bo u lot uir.ier. Thero's real dancer I M trill nnirt of a feeling, and units Wood lands a uio result or the Johnson fear during tho early ballots, beforo tho Johnson psychology has come lo do Its work. Johnson has a real chimin to grab tho priio. If the stampedo ""en starts I don't bollevo it rjin hn eiuppi'll. .May Try to Kill Wood Today every ono Is talklnir the senato Investigation and what thu uiiui report will tie, it Is confident ly predicted that tho commltt en ulll adjourn Saturday. Hero tho unani mity disappears. Sumo profess to Uellevo that the committee win pre sent a printed finding carefully de- niKiu-u 10 kiii nil c.inuiaates hut lohnson, particulnrlv Wno.i. n ml will clrculato this report freely dur ing tho cnrly hours of the conven tion hero. National Cnmmlttopm.m Mrin... Is of IhU groun Others thlnU thn commlttco will simply close Its ses sions nnd rely on the moral effect of its work to accomplish the ptir- i"so ii mis aiways nad In mind tear down nil candidates but John- fcon. There Is no man In rhienn t iiihik inn is copvinccu mat the eom- nu-tce is hosiilo lo all but Johnson, ail that U w.ii cre.uej ln the first instance to aid the Callfornlnn s : enndtdacv Mayor Thompson who! Is in a fight with Governor Lowden the Act .foo KMooj CVofS P(ieTtfrOf"XO BB (HNOCflftT Hcs tWHivn-iH' . OUT OP IT for tho control of thn Illinois dele gation nud who Is Johnson's strong old In this state, Is making tho most of thn St. Louli Incident. Ho gao a dinner lait evening to n very se lect few, composed of Jnko Hamon of Oklahoma, John King, member of the national commltten from Connecticut and himself. Thn sig nificance of this foregathering Is apparent without further commrnt. The local p'ipers did not get the stoiry and It was tho niereat chancn that I was nblo to trlfy it beyond question. Iioth dlamon nnd King vero lieutenants of Tobo Here of Kentucky. In his campaign to beat Wood with Lowden, nnd tho din ner with Thompson marked their "fflclnl recognition of the Inevitable. Genernl Wood established (moth er precedent today. Ho received all representatives of tho press It) his sulto at 10 o'clock this morning and announced thnt It would bo n regu lar program hereafter until he ciiange,d hii office to Tort Sheridan on the eve of tho convention, He will tint enter the convention in person, frhli afternoon tho gener al called at Moffntt's studio, tho of tlclal photographer of the conven tion, to hnvo ii new series of photo graphs taken. Col. Theodore Roosevelt camn Irr from .New York this morning nnd has Joined the Wood staff to render such aid ns may bo possible, James Twyfoul, Oklahoma City, In charge ."f thn Oklahoma tests for the Km liry forces, arrived this morning, Tho Oklahoma contests nro duo to be taken up Thursday. The titter nbeence of Hoover sen t'ment. although tho Hoover offi cials are the moat extensive nnd nrnato In the Congress, Is probnhly thn cause of a story which has be gun to circulate that HugbeV name will be placed before the conven tion by the league of nations ndvo cr.tes. TO REraLWARLAWS Committee Aks for llomlutlon to Set ii(le War Time Kmcrgency Legislation nt Once. WASHINGTON. Juno 2. Hy unanimous vote tho house Judiciary commlttco today ordered out a reso lution repealing nil wartime emer gency legislation excepting tho Lover food control net, trading with the enemy net nnd tho District of Co lumbia rent profiteering measure. Chairman Volstead told tho com mitten that ho would attempt to hnvo the house ndopt tho resolution beforo adjournment Saturday. Housn action, he said, would bo attempted under suspension of the rules, which would permit only 40 minutes of de bate. PERKINS ACTING PRESIDENT Profesfor In Ada Slato Normal Will SuconiI Gordon iin School Head OKI.AHOMA CITY, Juno 2, M. L. Parkins, a professor In tho east central stato normal school at Ada, waa nppolnted acting president of the school today to succeed J. M. Gordon. The appointment was mndo by It. IL Wilson, state superintend ent of public Instruction and chalr mnn of tho state board of educa tion The name of Charles W. Hrlles. director of vocational education of the stato board of vocational educa tion, wan mentioned several weeks ago at the time of President Gor don's resignation ns an nppllcnnt for appointment. Hrlles formerly was president of tho Ada school, WILL BOOSfFOROHNSON California SMvlal In hiiKhl wiUi PoppU-H and Xailvo Oraiiffrw. RAN FriAN'PIRrn T.m o TVi a California tlclrRjition to tho ropub-j for ChlcnRo today on board their con volition nnorfi ! Tn hhhIah IlWt lmtl?Mta Iint flllarnnlA,. ... T X , V WCIH uuiuiflun uuoBicrs onnginfr tno party M 111 iiiV, Oil Inn In ti i VI ct'U r n m tni 1 to tho train wero millions of Call- ii'rma poppies ana me other half of the car was filled with oranges. The nonnlen nn,t nmnrw.. n.ut ....... I,. - it mp imil III the demonstration planned to mark the nrrli'.al nf thn ilAlnHnH i- nui cago. Tho special left nt 9 o'clock for tho east. The Nevada delegation Hiii no picnrii up en route, A now electric melting pot for mo'nls Is sclf-regulatlns. cutting off tho current when a rnrtnln la reached. . STRONG MEXICAN PLANK AGREED ON CONTINUKD ritOM rAflK OMB. they wero unprepared to makn any recommendation on tho subject un der present conditions nnd thnt n plank on tho subject would ho workod out at Chicago. No attempt waa made in reach n final decision on n plank relating to thn lenguo of nations. Several ten tative declarations have been draft ed, however, and will be laid be foro the party chiefs nt Chicago. in Its work, thn confcfcnco hnd before It thn plntform adopted by tho Virginia democrats and roccnt Iv glvon tho opprnvel of President Wilson. It wns said that ovcry ef fort was made so to phraso tho ro i.ubllc.an dratt that It would mnkn thn lamina an clear and direct na pos sible NEW YOIIK, Juno 2 Strikes mny bo legitimately forbidden ln tho government service, according to tho report mado public tonignt oy n subcommittee on Industrial rela tions of thn' ndvlsory comrnlttoo on tinllcles nnd olatform of the republi can national committee. This situa tion, however, Is declared to bo con tingent upon a provision thnt impar tial tribunals bo established to pro tect the rights of the employes in arbitration of their dlsputea with the government. After canvassing tho country gen erally ln questionnaires, tho sub committee reported Its findings which Included: "Imnfar nH public utilities nro concerned, thero nppcarH to be a di vision of opinion ns to whether strikes should he mnde Illegal nnd the decisions of commissions of trlbu nnls he mnde legally binding, or whether provisions should bo made for thorough Inquiry by boards or commissions nnd thn force of public opinion bo relied on to enforce their decisions, strike being forbidden un til after the decisions havo been rendered, " I'iimip Tribunal "Insofar ns private employments nro concerned, whllo mnny hod that thero is no neeu ror government no tion the majority favor tho creation of some form of tribunal or commis sion composed of representatives of employer, employes nnd tho public, to whom disputes may bo voluntarily referred, whoso decisions, unless unanimous, would not bo binding or carry weight, savo Insofar n they enlisted the force of public opinion, Thn general nrinclpln of the Kan sas Industrial relations court, In Its application to government employ ment and public utilities Is favored by a long majority of persons can vassed by the subcommittee through out tho country, tho report said, adding that opposition to tho Kan sas project mainly wns from outsldn that state. Tho majority Is opposed to application of tho Kansas plan to private employment, tho subcom mittee stated. GihhI Will Nei-essnry Good will lnsldo tho plant Is moro valuablo than all machinery to 'd.ito for scttloiricnt of disputes between labor and capital, tho report as serted. This cannot bo directly de veloped by legislation by a nympa thetlc attitude by tho government would help makn conditions favora ble for Its development, It was added. Tho commlttco registered Itself ns advocating tnat tho wartime wom an's bureau of the department of la bor bo continued In service under a woman chief; federal and state co operation to combat the mortality of Infanta nnd child-bearing womon, nnd the maintenance of wartime federal employment service under tho department of labor, working through ndvlsory boards ln the states. KING IS REPORTED BACKING SENATOR CONTINUED 1'ltOM PAOK ONK. terdny's testimony beforo the senate commlttco Investlgntlng cnmpalgn expenditures, H, L Morse of Mis sotirl. who said he handled moit of Governor liwden's campaign fund lq that state, testified that he paid out $2,000 lo Alhus, who did no" nppenr tn press his contest before tho nattonnl commlttco today KlilUax Clt Offers TlnllU. The real sensational fight of thn day enme nn the contest from the Knn.ms City district, which the committee finally solved by refuing to seat HnyhodyCturges of "strong nrm" politics, 'meetings broken up by mustnrd gas bombs, women In timidated by negroes nnd gng rules flow thick nnd fnst. Committeemen denounced tho situation In tho district ns disgrace ful and "tainted with fraud," and nfter voting down by n closn voto n motion to sent tho regularly re ported delegates, Itobcrt J. Flick nnd Jesso L. Martin, decided to seat riono of the delegates. This action reduced tho total n.im her of votes in the convctlon from 9R4 to 082 nnd furnished tho first case In which a district will bo left without representation In lis deliberations. v The not results of the day's work wero to bring tho number of con tests disposed of up to 32 out of tho 137 filed. Thn Georgia and Florida cases continued to hang flro In sub committee and there was a dMposi Hon evidenced In the full commit tee todny to check tho pr.n'tloo nf referring disputes rather than hav ing the national committee decide them first hand. There wan somo discussion on the subject later ln tho day and when tho session ad journed until 9 o'clock tomorrow morning the list of cases in suh committee hnd been supplemented by tho reference of the eight con greselonnl districts of Mississippi whero tho regularity of the dlstilct convention call Is to be ilcermlnnd Chairman Hnjs had a brief con ference during tho day with Lieu tenant Colonel Tbeodnrn rtnn.nvnii who visited the commltten room and gave out a statement reiterating his nuiiuii in itcnerai woorrs candi dacy. Colonel WlllUm Boyco Thompson of Now York, chairman of the ways nnd means cnnimitteo of the nntlonal committee also con ferred with Chairman Hays nnd also gave out a statement, Arrangements for tho dlstrlbu tlon of convention seatu wero com pleted today. Nono nf tho tickets will bo placed ln tha hands of tho national committeemen until Sat urday. KachA committeeman will receive the nlloment for his state and distribute them to suite delega tions. Precautions have been taken to prevent tho tickets falling In o speculators hands and to prevent counterfeiting. , BUSINESS CARDS Stanley C. Edmistcr LAWYER 601-2 Kennedy Hullding Phones Officii 1394, Hcsldenco 4433 TULSA, OKLAHOMA THE CHILDREN'S DAY NURSERY i ?17 SOITII CHKYKNNB PIIONH 100 Children Cared for During Working or Shopping Hours. SKEKATZ AND C. MOO It r. 'TULSA It Wt Tiitnl Street M. A. llrcckcnrldgo Ico Daniel Ciias. IL Unstick IrV opricics Breckinridge, Bostick & Daniel Exrlutnge Nntlonal Hank Hullding Phone Outgo 760 Tulsn, Oklo, Doctor NEWLON VENKHKAL DISKASICS 333 Hoblnson llulldlng Phone Osago 0H8 .LODGES AND SOCIETIES TULSA LODOK No. Tl meets every inursday. Next mooting Thuraitay, June J Work In V I degree, conunen'clfii? ut 1 UP Visitors wtlcnme. JOHN A. WALKKIt. W. M. J.tMNFORT. Seo. DfcLTA LODOR 1:4 will ,,0ld special V'j ."'"'.nunlcation TueKday, June .Work In M. M. degree, com fjx&rncnelnir nt 5'.io p ,n Visitors Krv onllally Invited. Masonic hall. ji. - ivaurman, w, .M. Arthur llakcr. .Secretary. J KTROI-KUM l.OUOR NO. 474 mtH ivVJLiV.. ry frituy except rtconti X: Ja7 ' M.at s fuiiQ i. iicKiiiHr moniniv uum -ncna mretlntf. 7 SO n. tn Vii rK Mum on uppcUlly Invited. V II n II ANN' A. Hfr(,rv tUL8A CHAPTKII. O. E. S., meets first arm mini Wednesday of the month at Masonic hall; first meeting. business; second. Inltlattun and social. Stars club meete second and fourth neoncsnjy hi j.jo p. m. Ma. sonic hall. MitH. TfcjMPlK TBNNANT, Worthy Matron. ttllS. IIMHA FAST. Sec TULSA CHAl'TUH No. 61. h. A. M meets ursi anu inira jionnay or each month. Next meeting Satur day, May 29. Work In the most icellent degree. It. E. NKWHOl'SB. If. P M. A. SN'Ym;n. Secretary TRINITY COMMANOtllty No. 20 meets iti-.iiu ..mi iourin AUnday, each month. Commandery ad Journa urllll September U, JOHN MEISENnACHKR. E. C FRANK RKAMAN.- Recorder A K OA it TBMI'l.B. A. a, O. N. M 8. Najt i.,, iitr.iHi, rrinay June 11. Hth South Main. Phone 242. Ceremonial June 11. KAMUI'l. It. UYK. Potentate II M WKI.UVUH. Recorder aurora" iaidois no. is, i. o 57T Net meeting June tin. Ill Sind Hprlnga lodge will confer thn Initiatory Degcee. ... ., .,, .isiiura wet come at all meetings. J I' ltuoiti;. n. i, M L l-niryiitf'rnwi. iiy. j-V('ampmi:nt no. i. i IT Atffrjfc- ? .' '1ts second and t54 fourth Fr day. t p. m.. K. P lrsOTr1U''' Hast t-'econd. Illg teaSaSan'Jht.June H. ,1920. Dinner 1 '.. 30. Degree work a p. m. tulsa ri:iii:kak NO. J6. I. o. o f meets second and fourth Fri day, ! p in. K. P, hall, 15 M Kast Second, 71 TULSA CANTON NO. 16. I, o. O. F meets first and third Friday, I p. u, Musicians' hall, 112 u south Moulder. 'O.MMl TT K K. TULSA CAMP Vr. .1.1 .T ... . 1 ' ,.V.A ,,,V.TA. ."; " ana WrtHU,,lAOUJir Mo 1702 II. .S. of A. meets every Tues. day night at K, of P. hall. 16 Last Second street. Visitors welcome. R. i: McCllne. Consul. h a"Kh:,'- Clerk. Mra L 1. Wrlg?-,:-"'' r",fc P'2902. Recorder mi.vr.it pi.umk lodob". u:. k.' p" meets every Thursday nlrht I? C J .,"", K" S""nd. Neit meeting June S, visit. Ing knights urged to attend. C A. WILLIAMS. C. C. H I SANDKRS. K" HAH BAI1A OHOTTO NO. 61 MKBT8 FJItflT at Mamnlc Hull, M A. .nyflTa Monarch. II. O. Grsen. SAcrtUry, - S I I ! 1 IV -IsTaaBB 'IT LEGAL IN THE DtSTniCT COl'RT FOR T' 1A COUNTY, OKLAHOMA W. n. McKta, Plaintiff, t. C, K. u Defendnnt. No, 11810 To C, K, Znhn. non-renlrle nt, defenla t. You r hereby nnlifiMl that en Hth day nf May, 19:0, W II .V filed h!i petition against Ton tn the a ' i entitled cauie, In lh riimrlct io,it f Tula county, Oklahoma The. object 1 prayer ot which la to cancel nnd let a i certain contract to ronvey to , in eart hair nt lots Four ami 1 . i and the north twenty feet ' 1 lol Six In Illock Four In Drew ai! lion to the city of Tulaa, Oklahoma, Tula eounty, Oklahoma, and lo rarr a cloud from the tltt thereto and qj tha title of tha plaintiff In and to .t I premlifji. You are renueated to answer aild r" tlon on or before tha 1st day ot Ju 1 9 JO. or aatd petition will be taken true, and Juditment rendered st online'. v. n. m'khi:, JOHN D, roilTKIl, (SISAL) Court Clerk. OEHAt.D V. O I1MKN Heputy Court lierk. A. A. HATCH, Attorney for Plaintiff. (Published In the Tutea nalty World, Juna 1, : J, 4 and I, lS:o. World I'ubllshlni Co., Publishers.) NOTirB TO CONTRACTORS. (I'lre Htatlon Kendall) lllds will be received at the oltlce nf the City Auditor, Tulsa, Oklahoma, until f n-rlork I' M., Thursday, .Isina 14th, 19ift. for all materials and construction for k Fire Ntatlon, located Lots 19, 20, Jt and 12 lllnrk 10, t'ollexe View Addition, and north to ft nt I-ot t, lllirhland Addition to City of Tulsa, In accordance with plana and sreciflcatlona approved by the Hoard of c-imrnlsaloners. Illddrra may state price In aca;reira,te for furnlihlnir all materials and doing all the. work for the completion of the buttdtnc I, Itldder awarded tha enntrart tn furnish a HI ltl.TY ROM) to tha City of Tulsa within ten days after the award. A certified check, payable to tha City Auditor, In the aum of five 111) per cent of the amount of the ltd will be required from each bidder. Hpeclflcatlona and plans are nn flte at th office of the City Ajiitor. Tulsa, Okla. A deposit of ItOdo required for a. set of plana and specifications. The right tn reject any and aU bids la resnrved to the Hoard of I'omtatssLonera of the City of Tulsa, Okl.t. All blda witt tie opened and considered hy the Hoard ot commissioners of said 1'lty at a tneetln of said Hoard to b held In the City llatl In said CUv at 9 o clock A. M on the l.ith day ot June. 1S:0. MRS, FRANK RKAMAN, City Auditor, Rates and Information lc pfr wonl r time. fleven tntertloni for tha price of six. Minimum rnaco 12 words. Ic pr word per 1.iy when copy rum one month without chanse. Minimum mount arrcpterl Sfte. ALL CHAIUii; WANT APS nr due nni payable the same day flrat InMr tion of ad appear. (All out-of-town wstnc adand all wanted to rent, "it uattonn wanted, wearing apparel and hounehold Roods ad are positively ah In advance.) Tiri.niMIONK want Ana ar charged at the fame rate aa caah adk and collection will b made at your home or pfflce aa aoon after ftrnt ln erion an povKlble; this Is an arcom h'odatlon eervlce and payment ehould e made promptly when hill la pre etnteil Alwaya auk your telephone ad to be repeated back tn you by the telephone ad taker to make ture that It haa been correctly taken. The World cannot aeaume renponalblllty for error of any kind occurring In telephone edtertUementa. Under no clrctimatancea are we re. eponalble for errors ln any advertlte ment union reported Immediately after flrat Inaertlon. No reduction In coet of an ad will be made unlet error deatroya value of ad. Phone ,6000 Ask for Want Ad Department '-'Suiti- ANNOUNCEMENTS I .DMT AMI lOUMl LOST A hrown and whlto spotted fo terrier, female dog; reward MO. Mrs. 1. J McMulllon. 3 mllea north of town on Route A. STRATKO Sandy red sow, weight 200 pounds, may have plga. Notify me at sot N Oreenwood and receive reward LOST, May 2J. on Iflghth St., netween Holy Family church and Klgln, Catholic prayer hook. Osage I6I6-J 8TRATHD OR STOLEN Airedale pup 3 montha old. anawera tn nuns of Deily. liberal reward for recovery. Osage 6612. 1006 H. Detroit. LOST Runch of keys; 110 reward to finder. I.eae kej at World for Iden tification. , STRAVKD or stolon, strawberry rone black mane and tall with front feet Ions and wldn; weighs about 1.000 pounds. 101. W First Cedar Hsu LOST Oold handled imhrall.l, ens-sved on handle, "Ruth Martin." finder call Cedar 1606 and receive reward. LOST Oentleman'a heavy gold ring; blue aapphlro setting; finder return to J A Williams, Pathfinder Hotel, West Tulea. reward LOST Silver tassel Saturday afternoon. return to 620 S. Cheyenne St. Phono Osaga nm, LOST Orange Persian rati male; return to 609 K. Eighteenth or phone Osage 911 Reward. PARTY Finding keya pleaso call Cedar 1619 or Osage 78711 LOST Monday between Oklahoma hos pltal and W. Twelfth, small baby's ctp. finder call Osage IQiift. IN FRONT of Si: S. Iloulder a traveling bag waa placed In some, one's car by mistake. Will finder please phono Osagr.t Iu7. reward J) LOST Lady's raincoat left on S Main St. car'between Eleventh and Klghteenth fits. Return to 26 K, Kleventh ana receive reward LOST llaby s white hood between Tuls and Sand Springe, reward. Osaga 1063 LOST Saturday night ut post office, bill book containing blank contracts, order book and other papers. Finder pleaso re turn to ill Wrleht Hide and recelia re. ward rul'.MV llaby a finger ring on Klghth at netween Main and iloulder Owner may hao same, hy colling at (16 S, lloul- ncranii asK i' a. nay 1'Ol'NIi- llarrel of dishes. Owner m.y have eamo by mailing description to nm 69 Slloam Springs, Ark , and paying LOST Raincoat between Tent. and 1 ightesnth atreM Ilatur.Uy. .evrird n-tj-rn It .11 Kennedy Hldg WIIJ gentleman who brought 3 telephone men Into Tulsa from Hapulpa road pleasn see If an engineer' field book waa lost tn ar and return to F I). Morgan, Telephone rildg LOST -one hunch nf five keys near Sev enth St Finder deliver to 7 II, Seventh and receive reward f ft Ki:i.yi"'uitMi?;Ai7 a i THRI.IJ IIAIIIKS for adoption, Maternity) hcspltal, 1116 II, Cleveland, Uuthrle, OkU phone 317 KODAK finishing! send us trial order half price, any site ro.ll ic, prints 2o up, writ for sneclsl prices, star Photo Co, 10 9 S Os a g8 1 .. J nd e rend e nc e.l O; WLST MAIN maternity sanitarium i for in. care ana protection or young women. I rates reasonable; bablea adopted; 1617 I .Main. Dr. Jl. it. Newman. Medical Director. 307 L'olcord Hldg., Oklahoma City, I FAlRMOl'NT Maternity Hospital for confinement; private, prices reasonable, I may work for board, babies adopted rue inr nookiet, Mra. T. II. Long, Oil K, Twenly.eeventh St., Kansas City. Mo CANCKRR, tumor, sores, goiter, piles, fls tula, Writ tor testimonial. Box U7. Dallas, Texas.