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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1920.
CONSIDERS TEXAS FIGHTING GROUND Wire Flashes ""(Republican State Chair man Says Democrats ' Badly Split, Angry LEAGUES' FOES MANY AI'MINill'IM l Mo, (lot I- Mra fro l (llbv.n I ft ip4i .if are, illarl here t Mil km li'ifrl Ih Vlridhla. Ferguson and American I'arlyl i Expected to Got ConBid- crable of a Vote I' Epcaln' (o This World. CIIICA0O, Oct. . Tun l n! -fighting round for the republloan jmtty thtaonr, that 1, Hi trm opin ion ot Nntloiml Conwnltlcerr.an II. Jdax-amrsr. finU ha given go"'' rcamim. Twin Mr defection in Mir demo crutfo jirty. une of which hn rc miltril in 'ho creation of a IhtiJ jolltknl party, widespread, illmllt faction wli't the duinooriitw national ii'lmlnlstrKtlon ami npiMwilioir ti Urn league ot nations nri 11 fow ol thi'- JCII.'a'IlH. In ii bitter demorratlo primary fight In August, 1'nt Neff Won III" eiitoriiolorlnl nomination over 'nr tnor United mU Men-itor Jiirnfh W. I'alley. Neff received 2?0,00U to linllcy'it 175,000 votcrt. Ilalley made hla riuntxilgn Jit an uiill-Wllwm pint form ntul hla follower)) nro utltl un reconciled. lVrguioit n Voir (letlcr. ' Thn other big defection from tho domoorallo rmiKfl Ih thn .A hi n( lean party of Texan) foi inert hy former Oovcrn'vr Jamea W. Kcrguiion, who was impeached whllu In offlcj, nut who oiitcrodi tho dcmorrallo jil mary again In 191H rind rucclvuil JCii.noo votra. The Arnniiriin party lion nominat ed u full riliito ticket hernial hy T II. Miicflrrwir, Mtiillilnto for govel Mr, mil hat entered nunilldatirt fur ,congroH, I tin leglMntiitu find county 'office) In many uct'tUna of tho Mate. Tho riotiiyr:rulH, however, Inr nn at tempt to Wal off tlni nnw jKirty movement luivo filed Injunction. tiro cerdlnh'M In an effort to lu-ep tho Ainprliiui party slnton off tho tlekor. 011 the ground, that it has not coin jdlril with 'tho lawa gwonvltig now parties. If thin move Ih HUcioi.Haful tcpubllcana expect moiit of tho .American party folluniirs to vote tho republican ticket. llnvo Hvoti Chance, I llcllcf. "Thcuo (On'IMIonii tun ho Torn. 11 rrol fighting ground at lrtit for tho republican.." eald Mr. MacUregar, "aiu! wo havo even 11 chnnoc of carrying tho tto. Itallcy's ftjrht, wm titailo osnumt thn Wltw:t nd mlnlttrntlou jird tliv Irncuo of na tlona. Kcffi who wiih tho cimdldatr of rwttilnr deir.ocr.itlo orciiukutlon rMtWed only 270,000 voteo out of a totni of 1,100,000 In tho titnto, which ifiakca tho dotnocratlo machine 11 minority organization In thu Htuto. I do not tw:llovu tho domocratlo cmchlno can tnuntor ovur S00,uu0 Votoa In the Novcml.cr eUctlo:i. "1 8tinmte thcro ltp 30i',00u dor- mnnt roptiullcau vcter In tho utate, nmoiifc- Uieoo arc probably JiOiOOU nrn w-lio Imvo coauo to the ulrfluldn fro.m bis rcpubllcim mates 'llko a'onwyjynnla," OMAHA, Nb. OM I. O II. ill). mr, r nf nn uf tim cli' lwil hnnwh htl, ml A tiutnhr of u(ttr tmll mflh hur ftn 1 noiineil ixlucli'iM n( hiul II lor "in In rvntiiurMfit ttrl1 I'.ftur Iwi .) of cntffr n. voicublM rra iraMI lh : roakuin itlvcn. I HNOXVIU.il, Tftin. 'in. S Tnolf John llnliM, It, nf l.iillin. Union fount v ' rnnfi' bl. ra 1 r 1.1 rival th Line fna' . f lir.l Miyor M.i. rtw!ny. nfnrfllnir ilrlint rfilr I ht ita jr wlil'fi '!"! iiiki nunt.f nn rim inn hirin.i.y, hiki lh Kill dr ti hat iatH.it without iitim iiurllimHt. Nu rwiii wim mtn (r hm MATilftftM, Wid vi J Jmf Thmr pm Af Ih ftn0, nlthftuch rtf ir Pnntor lifntt fnr th rttiihilrun ii'mlf Atlnit fur Oi HtalM ,nm ti nlrtt- tl thr men rtt thn Hevhih hour litnlRht, UUntt )tm nm nn Ind4pnltht cAiidr1(i II will hv th niipi'ftfl nt n(or I. KollMItt, tt la Uniterm cmd, WAlf!NITMM. (in I. -A riling tt (n irf, itainricnt rwr-tlvti l4y hy tlt ! k I a lUimf tmtMl tn.tn I htm A iiiarlc n IfRlnnhrrlhi nhMlnn llirdhi Ifidf ilfu olhtn ' Wifiitlnn t 1'aHlnic tJ itt ( raftrnruf h litwtvn lhf rrrpntttvtn -f ih I'nr Knn tr-rn rvput IK (Hlhff In) nnl Ih Chinrun Wfiuhl "rcjutrr f l atn iru rntflM, hia bly ho llihrvlk pf opw-tnd in I'Mna " COMriniiA, m. c, o r i t'tf .i affnM r HKlflPC from II i II pr rrit wrn Hnhouncnil lodiiy by ututnnu rtir rhnnl. Knvernl lar? it"pr(mrit irtir tlrtly lil attftfttiiitti'd fiiitAhRtil rvdui UM hit fell llHM, (tItvf (Innlnri Murphy nf city ihi aflrrnonh nnnminro'l thn' h1 (n k- n ffiWupy," lhm t i in-i-nl the n llitmnnl of h1 nf ilft'f- Utn trn- 1 - than 10 ritiM .r tun 11 rm un i hmmii mr lnr tlm eunlf1erte ri uhl-.n u it fU AFFIRM MULDER SENTENCE lliiincr .NnlU of Ali't'iirlnln (.Vitinty t i for l.lfci Klllfil llepiiO, OKLAHOMA f'lTV. Oet. 3 Sen torn e of llfn Imprl4nninnt In thn lt.iilnnll.il , ImpoHed on Horner Suil by thn dlntrli t mirt of MnUur tiln roiinty wim afflr:ned by the rlmlnal court c' npieni. Null eonvH'lml of Dm murder of (I. T. Pole, fi deputy sheriff, near HlniMnrtt, Nnvemlmr 1, 1917, when Null, lleK''d to have been a deneiier fntiii the nririy. wim fin 10 to huvu l IMe nireat by the off leer. Trfn criurl nlo nfflnn'tl the nen lenew of (I II. MorrlM ami Hud Ne. Mn, iikIi tn in daya In Jail and tr.O fine for filleted ponaemlon of Ibiunr. Thn appeal win from tho county t nurtorTul)a courily. from llimali rrruwnl Pramler I,rnln nel KotalKn Mlnllr Tolilirh-rln dtin naf lha nwrm "f tin P.ilaa anl ilrnrnl WruMial. Th anvlut ivrintHI. II la ,1a 1 larvit, haa laane.1 alt aital tn all afflrrra uf III" fnrmar linirlal rmlmn iirdnic tlifm to join tha mvlat illti) for I lit iltfenaa of flilMla, dl'lUNOIMI'.l.l) 111, rirt. 3. Dan lir, iliamplon Ikar, left Mtirln- nam rnr aiu Miuia inay nn tun aarmul lati nf lila t.alk from I'hlnaan In Itullaa. Ti-aat. o'Laary la ajuntlnx th l.lda iniiaa, mora or inaa. in (aiibr.itlnn of lila .lnhllflh liltllidnr mV YOltK. frt. 1 - Whari William Hnlrinianfif llionkiyn innk n aarnml wlfa tarn montha nfa, Ii ihoiiEkt ha waa marry ln wltl't Jllh on 1I1II1I. Willi hla own four rlillilian from t inavlntiJ Inarrlaaa. thai maila (Iva. II11I aliortly nftarwaltl hi aaamiil wfr rtroilurari Ihrrn ethar rhll .Iran tnaklnic a tolal of alKhl "Too intiih " audi U.ithlnan, anil want to thn ilurnnnlln M-miim roiirt ll.'ault Tho Hwilini4n r, .in la hi kan iii PAIIIH. rirt J - Itapn.ia ra. I Ii r ft! ANGRY FARMERS TO MEET Will lUcltrr l'rolont Acnlnst, AMI tudo of Cdvcrniiii'iil. ATLANTA, Cla., Oct. .1. A call or all agricultural lntcrentn to meet m tvaiminKinn, uuiooer l. nnu i;i 10 "proteiit aunlnst KOvornmriit offortn to becln tloflatlon with tho farm." was lBnued liurn tonight by Clmrlcii o. iiarrcu, preniuent or tho Mttlbnal Vannern union: J, H, WannamaUer, liresldont of tho American Cotton lumoclatlon; Harvey Jordan, Iti ef rutary. anil Ohnrlrn A. Lynn, necre. tjiry of tho uatlouul board ot farm organisation".. What wnn termed Secretary of the VriNteury Mr.uHton'n "pollcv of tiH flclal doflutlon" wan declareil In liavo "forced tho mnrliet prlecH of I piany farm produ 'la tie low tho cont j in proiiuctinn, .WELCOME ATHLETES HOME Vlctnrloii.i Olympic OoutcHtniitM March Ikivmi lltlh Ammiiic. Ni:V YORK, Oct. n. Anierlca'H victoilmiM Olymvlo athletoH yester day received their offlrlal "wcliomo homo" In a parade, down PlfMi av enue, applauded by thoiimitidK l.ud hy l'at McDonald, tho tt im'n 1 hammer thrower ;iml Mlandnril hearer, marchlmr with tlio HtarB nml Stripes at the head, moro than 100 of tho :7f, men and women who won the International mutchce IMiRned In rovlew. Vhen tho parado ended nt .he city hall, Mnvor Hylan profonted New York s official itnld tnedalH of grutltudu to thn athletcH. Later the member, of thn team were rucstti of tho oily at a baiuiuet at the Waldorf Antorla HARDWICK DEMANDS BALM . 1 Georgia Senator StUIiik Ho-I'lecllon 1 Siivm Nt'WHmp'r Miiiidcreit lllm. . MA CAN, Oa., Ort ;t -ThonuiK W.I Ilardwiclt, former I'nlted StnteR, benator and fnndldato for the demo-. eratlc nomination fnr governnc if Georgia, In the run-off primary to bo hold next week, filed milt hero I ngalnnt thn Macon Dailv Telegraph for 1100,000 daiimgea for allcg:ed libel. Tho petition of Mr. llardwlrk chargca thut Augimt 27 tho Tele, graph puhllfthed "HcandalouH, tim- llcloun, defa-natory ami llbeloim" , matter concerning the plaintiff with reference to the explm.lon of a bomb. In the Hardwlck home In Atlanta. "Why did Mr llardwlrk, after Rotting ntich a bomb, turn t" the de-1 feiiRo of the HuuNl.in unarclilKt?., the 1 potltlon qunteH tho paper as naylng. CANT V0TE IF YOU MOVE Mut Live In l'rcolnct Thirty l)aH Itoforo i:icctlou 10 (w llallol. OKLAHOMA CITV, Oct 3. - Ok lahoma vote who chango their places of residence to polntb nutoldii prcclncta in which they havo been living will bo dlunuallficd from vitlng In tho genera! election N'ovembtlr 2, nccordlnir to aUto law. T' ntatute provides that an a qualification for voting the citizen nhall havo been n resident of a precinct at least 30 1 daya before election In ordor to cast a voto In that prcciuci. I t 1 fM f t t Thm mwmnnl tn A'irfl'u wM'h Hrtfi ii1f iinil Hi it ( it t) tlilkftetH Hi tll'inlllrt II KO 0T1 f tht 4epfff .i(ril vnlUrt nf ; rr 1 v in tHn Aiiirii'Hfl f 11 a P k t n. linn li' I ii Wim mvfAlAil tmlty ti n of (Ic.icjrjt't n tt Iti Inttfna t an UI rtinviii tn Dr. G. II. Huddleston, Opto metrist, Snys Tulsii Is a Prince. He Has Tested and Fitted More Glasses the Last Week Than Any Week of His Life. Dr. UuddlQHton nay Hint John Tho Hlng Man'H Hjtcm of quick wiled and mnall profit, certulnly keepn him bimy lie fur ho never knew of a man or company that mrvh more of a Htpiare deal than John The IMiik Man, mil only on hla optical kiI. but on everything mild In Iiln iitore. Thn good must be Hatlnfuctury or the halo in no good. A rMimrc deal KUaranteed, abuulutel. Special attention given to children. Dr. Huddleston will examine your children's eyes and have the lenses specially ground the same day. You mustlbe satisfied. lene keep thin In mind: A child can Inly na cheaply nt this more ua an adult. Absolutely one prlco to all. JOHN The Ring Man Call at 111 South Koston Avenue xi Blocks South of Frisco Station Thank You U. S. WILL PROBE ELECTION FRAUDS All Federal Attorneys In structed to Got I3usy on I investigations. WAKIIIV'ITo.v, or!.- 3 ' Thoro ugh inverlKHii'in ' of elect, on Irrenu lurltlci of eveiv imlnie hv all I'nileil HiulfD jtturt.evH w.m order.-.l tt:i ly Attorn' v t-n-ml I'ftlim r. Tlr ordl'M "pet lflltl fdcll laT' 11'' nhoulil tulle rogtiicnnrn of loral ultu mli,n wtU're aei iinail'irn of fr.iu I have hi'n mule, whether rir lint a Kin. 1 1 uiveiUgatP n liM Pern re qui died. It wiu unrli rtnoi that fraud mid gmft I'liHru1 arlraiif out of n.l prlmarMM were ln ludeil In the In M nllgntron. Th new lntrucilr.nii were de eilbed m of h nweeplm charnc'ei ilinlgiHil tn cover any cattipitlKn Ir rignlarity aind were Bold 10 have alrenmil the need for clou) nerutiny el the title of mo-icy. DlntrP't il li-rneyri were Informed that 'ii.irfK of vote buylnff and ueouiKt;' nf, of i.liry ahoiilil le aflvwa npci 1,11 it lentlon where tho fort of. 1 1 i;mw rii merit hud Jurisdiction. I'lderal uKfliilri will work In op rKiiilli.ii H",li nlata and 'a al a i llit.illiaH, nntl where maaill" h1 Ml.ltc inlll'tH V.1II be given JliliH lll ll i in ii'iild firlhrr Jit mi 1 1 I ri or of :'c n m cviiw ih d fedoml C itirta KANSAS MINERS STIRRED UP Ihicnti'ii To Do Very Lljtle Work I nle lii'iiiiimM Art Jim. PITTHHL'H'l, Kan . Oet. 3 -Very lltili. ciml will be mined In Craw I fnrd and Cherokee rountlea If the rlrrnati'la for Increnned wbuch hy the 'miner worklna on a tnn ige bnsrti are not met by the openit'TH, In the nnlnlnn of Alexander Itowat. pre liient of tlltrlet l I, I'nlted Mini W'iraeri nf America, xprerwed h.'i tifilul '. A lolnt conference of lb" miners ami opeivor nf dla- trlrtH H, 21 and 25 will bo held in Kani-as Cltv beRHinlnff ilonday at ' which tho demand' will be pro- Rented. The tonnage mlnnrs dotnand an lnrrene (iroportlonatn to that re. cmitly gt anted thn day men who were given ii ralae of M-60 ft tlty. while the waves of lonnngs mini wire not changed. I Continuoun lubrication Is afforded a new automobile cprlng by dup shaped oil reervolra In tho end of eneh leaf SERVICE Wo can tako mro of our elerlrlcnl rrqiilrement.. on short lititlco through our tnrlim ilepartiueiiln. lOirli ilctartmcnt lias Hi iiiecluiiili'M who are "IhtIiiIMs In their lint'. Willi Hilt 1 1 1 1 1 tt i-iiiihlc iit li ghc .1011 t'tperi M-rtlct1 on any of Oiir electrical ri'qnlreiiii'iilH llirotigli the following tleparlmi'iiti. Wiring lt'i.irlmi'iil, riiluic Ili'iuirlment, .Molor lit nirliiicnt, I I11M1I111; llcNirliiU'iit, Iti'l'iilr l)cirtiiicnt ami lletall 1)0 i:t 1 llilcli t. Al.ltVK'i:, I'AIU DIlilN'( AMI QfALnV Dodge Electric Company Electrical Engineers and Contractors. I III-11 nmt Setiinil Street f'lionn Cedar 1 1 Hi C (iiincc.lliig All Dt'iuirtmrnts YEOMEN DANCE The A'oemen wljglve their first t5i"ini)ti il.inco Wetlrir "day eve, October llth, 10 p, 111, at Dlkn Hall, and em Ii Wednesday, thereafter. A cb un dance for cb an peiipln, (ictiid munlc and good time. When You Can't Sleep for Coughing I DR. STOTTS 210 lllchiirds llldg. Third and I'.nston Tultit, Oltla. Formerly of Hot Springs, Arkansas Mood, Hlun, (h tillo-I'rir.ary and enereal Disf a'-es and general office practlcea SerutiiM, .if(,ne-', Llcrtrlcal Treatmenis 1'hoiie Osage Hill 17 II II IfAl maa ' I I il 1 I r I WM VprOU CAN GOT RID OF the nnnoyinr, distressing cougU that results from constant effort to clear a "ticklinfl" throat or even the deep, heavy, wrenching cou)ti that ac cotnpanifj a bad coldi you can relieve ipai modic croup, whooping cough, la grippe and broucb'ul cougtii by taking Foley's Honey and Tar COMPOUND Do not accept a substitute. The curative influence of pine tar and the balmy, laxative effect of honey are o well known that there ore many tmitatloni ot the genuine It'oley't Honey and Tar Com poond on the market, but imitations lack tba cientifie blending and other healing iagrcdl tnu lound exclusively In Foley'i. Tlio Flrit Dote Gave Relief C. E. Summert. IUWrad'a, Ntk.. wrilai: Sora. tune B(o I contracted a eery aevere couth anil cotd daa to eiroaare. Mr tauih ot eotaj 1 could hanllr ilaep for two or three nifhti. A friend ol mine recommended Foler'l lletiev end Ter Compound, end I rt a 60c bellle. Tbe eery firat dole relieeed nie. I look a eeeond doe. belora coin to bed end tin truthfully er I did net couth once ell nieht. by unnj ei directed the sett lf d.yi my couth wee entirely tone, and I (ite Foley Honey end Ter full ciedit for my epeedy and permaaeut reoeery.- 1 Prompt stcp thould be taken to check ' coughing at night. It not only wcakeru tho utlercr, but It la irouuieaome 10 ouier mem ber of the family. Lou of ileep and nervout train quickly wear out the afflicted one, and he or the toon U In no condition to ward off attack of more dangeroui tickncM. Mil l) l.Vi:u IIKIIK i Ml IIIIHllllHlllllllMlllllllllllllllHIIIHIIIIIIi Release foremen who Suffer The multitude of American women who suffer terribly day after day and year after year from ills peculiar totheirsex is almost beyond belief, yet there is hardly a town or hamlet in the United States wherein some woman, and often many, do not reside who have been restored to health from someof the worst forms of female ills.and often avoided operations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. These Two Women Tell of Their Experience. Cariollton. Ky." I sulTnriHl almost Onnlaska. Wis. "Every month I two years with female weakness. I had such pains in my back and lower could not walk any distance, lido or take any exercise at all without vesting. If 1 swept the floor or did tiny kind of work it would biiutj my slckntss on. 1 was weak and languid, liad no energy, nntl life was a misery to me. I was under the euro of a good physician for (several months and tried other reme dies. I had read of I .yd la K. I'iiikham'rt Vegetable Compound and decided to try it. After taknn; twelve bottles I found myself much improved and I took six more. 1 have never had any inruv trouble in Unit rcsjwt since. I have done all kinds of work ami at present am an attendant at a Stato liospital and am feeling lino. I shall nlw ays recommend yourVegctableCom pound "- Lu 1 ian Tn Aitr, fci.4 i-outh Gth Street, I'arrollton, Ky. part of stomach I could not lie in bed. 1 suffered so it seemed as though I would die, nntl I was not regular either. I suffered for a year and was unlit to do my housework, could only wash dishes onco hi a while. 1 read an advertise ment of what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound had done, for other women ami decided to try it. It surely did wonders for me. I have, no pains now and can do my own housework without any troublo at all. I will always praise your medicine aa I tlo not believo thero is a doctor that can do as much good for female weak ness as can Lydia E. Piukham's Vege table. Compound and you may uso these facts as a testimonial." Mrs. Lesteu E. Wah.neu, it. 1, llox CD, Onalaska, Wis. Thousands of Such Letters Proye the Curative Value of ei n.v.' a v m n i XLI. 03 sEWm mULli Uir aaWaHBnKaHlanoraBli.H UYDIA IX. PINKHAM MCqjg'Nt COr taVelN MAjS, 1 I -1 I THE ARMY TEACHES TRADES WISH YO U knew a good, well-paid trade? Want to getaway from the same old faces and the same o'd places? The Army is a good job and a mn doesn't stay in one place until he grows roots. , In the Army you can earn a good liv ing and have a chance to learn almost any tradeyou choose-rlea'rn io be a skilled man, worth more money when you go back to civil life. Does your job give you a chance like that? Why not get out of the rut, then? See a recruiting officer. Today is a good day to start. EARN," LEARN and TRAVEL ! Become a Certified Public Accountant Study Public Accounting and Auditing at the Tulsa Business College. Both day and evening school for your convenience. Why study Higher Accounting by correspondence when you can get it here? Telephone Osage 1429 and ask for details. Tulsa Business College sammesmmsi Harding-Coolidge Club Books are open at all hours at Republican headquarters, ground floor Kennedy buijding, Fourth and Boston. EVERYBODY INVITED TO CALL AND SIGN THE ROLL OF MEMBERSHIP U'alil I'ollilcul AdrcrtlMHiicnt.)