Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 67, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 15, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Fourth of July Meeting Tonight; Every Citizen Requested to Attend
VOL V. NUMBER 67
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA, tuesday june 15, 1920.
DAILY 15c PER WEEK. DAILY, PER YEAR, $6.00.
SENATOR LA FOLLETTI IS
OUM VOTE AS ASUIIABLE
By Associated Press
Chicago, June 15—Senator LaFollete
is leading in the refrendum vote which
is being taken among the members
of the committee of fourty-elght as
the, suitable candidate for the presi-
dential nomination according to stat-
ments at the party headquarters. Lead-
ers prominet in the committee said
they are figuring upon the support of
the LaFollette Republicans, farmers
lobor and non partisan league mem-
| OKLAHOMA WILL GET
HARDING'S FULL SUPPORT
Chicago, June 15—Jake L, Hamon
is in the state politicaiy not only in
Oklahoma, but naionally as well.
This much was made known by
Harry L. Dougherty of Ohio, cam-
paign manager for Senator Harding,
in an interview tonight.
Daugherty gives Hamon and the
Oklahoma delegation full credit for
the Harding victory—in fact states
frankly that Hamon and Oklahoma
held he key and it was through them
that he presidential nomination door
wins opened and Harding pushed
through to victory.
HOUSE REJECTS RESO-
REPUBLICAN NOMINEES WARREN HARDING WILL
OWEN IS FIR8T TO
E BRIEF VAGATION NOT RETIRE FROM SENATE
BEFORE GOING HOME UNTIL HIS TERM EXPIRES
D«moera*ic. Leaders. Aci-tving.
By Associated Press
Washington, June 15—Harding, the
republican nominee, said he hoped to
wjnd up matters pertaining to his sen-
atorial duties by the end of this week
and then take a brief vacation before
rettirning to his home at Marlon,
Ohio, where he will be formally noti-
"And you can say for me that any-! of his nomination. He said how-
thing that Senaor Harding, or I can | ever that he does not plan to reach
do for Hamon and the good people ; Marion much before July first. Dur-
of Oklahoma for the support that ing his vacation he will confer with
they have given me will be gladly I Hays and other republican leaders
done." Daugherty said. j and prepare his speech of acceptance.
To show the confidence that Sen-
ator Harding and Daugherty have in
Hamon, they have insisted that ho be MASS MEETING
placed on the executive committee to !
handle the senator's fight In the com- j
ing campaign, and Hamon and
Dlattlgherty were in conference1
throughout the day arranging the de-!
tails of the fight.
Hamon's strength goes farther than
Washington, June IS—Warren Hard-
PROMPTLY AT 7:30
Baton Rouge, June 1C—The lower
liouse of the legislature by a vote of
sixty seven to forty four rejected the
resolution calling for the ratification
of the federal suffrage amendment in
the senate last week and defeated the
this, in case he needs it
Senator Harding and Mrs. Hamon
are cousins, and the latter had much
to do in swinging Jake into line for
the Harding ticket and put through
the slate that led to vicorv.
It was Oklahoma that first broke
the ice in the Friday , nisrht confer-
ences when the men that pull the
strings decided that a dark horse
would be put across.
Kanras. Missouri, Tcras and Ken-
tucky fell In line with Hamon. and
the rest was esav.
Dougherty nnd Hamon played ?"■
ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN A
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION
MEET AT SUPREME COURT ROOM
TUESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 15th.
FEOERATION OF LABOR
PLEDGES THEIR SUP-
Montreal. June 15.—The Federation
of I.abor session of Ihe annualcon- ICIH -a'lway was in difficulty, it whs
vention pledged support to the strik- Daugherty's legal mind that untang-
ing longshoremen on Atlantic anil led the situation.
gulf coasts in their fight for "recog-j Hamon Makes Statement
nition" and their opposition to the' Hamon issued a statement today
with the assistance of A. T. Hert of
Kentucky, bu°ted the Lowden coin
bine and won out.
Hamon and Oklahoma have anoth-
er ?tring attached to the new rennh-
licnn ticket to fortifv their ''TT'ltv
Harry Daugherty \rtio manag°d
Harding's campaign might hr> called
an Oklahoman although he is a na-
tive of Ohio.
"V1 r l vears agoiwhen Ok'ahoma
TURN BACK RIVER LANDS
ON JUNE 21
Oklahoma City, June 15'—A dis-
patch from Wichita Falls, Texas, to
a morning newspaper here says:
All property in the Red river dis-
pute south of the bed of the river to
the river to the south bluffs will bo
turned back to the claimants in pos-
'■sslon on April 1, 1920, as soon as
po dble after June 21, according to
an announcement made here today
by Frederic A. Delano, receiver. Op-
erators may continue to develop the
leases under the-rules of the receiver
or may allow him to continue jlhe
work, the announcement safd.
"This decision affects a large per
cent of the producing wells in the dis-
"Ail claimants, to oil leases in this
area are asked to file complete "re-
ports of production since April pay
Sau Francisco, June 15—With tho
republican elimination trial* for
presidential contenders brought to *
| spectacular finish by Harding's tuntlj
inning victory at Chicago, the politi-
cal opics of the uation today wore
ing the Republican nominee, does not focusod on JWi8co ^
intend to retire from tho senate until democratic marathoner* are gather
his term of office expires, march 4th.|(nfi for the prfl|lminartefi ^ ^
"There is no possibility of that. I do . t0 Jnne M
not intend to resign" he said when ^ hlaKe was ^ hore for
asked whether he would quit immedl- the democratic meeL National CJiair-
ateiy. "I intend to withdraw my peti- miln #!imer s coming*, who has
tion filed last week giving notice that been in Pergonai charge of
I would be candidate for reelection rangements for several days was re-
to the senate'. His friends explained inforced today by National Troauur-
that for him to retire from the senate er W. Marsh of Iowa, and R ti.
would endanger the arrow margin of Hoffman, secretary of the democratic
control held by Wie republicans there national committee. Chairman Goo-
as his retirement would enable Cox to rge F. Mara and J. Drace Kremer
appoint a democrat in his place. as well Is a member of the national
o ! committeemen are alBO hie re.
The only personally conducted
presidential boom that has made Its
appearance here so far Is that of Sen-
ator Robort L. Owen of Oklahoma.
Hi3 headquarters have been open for
three week3 and for the past week
he has ben active around headquart-
eers in person.
To date the democratic official et>-
ries not including dark horses and
eleventh hour added starters, stands
While virgin-: as folows:
Wiliam G. McAdoo, to lie placed in
RATE INCREASE ALONE
Ml SOLVE TRANS-
THEIR STUMD BEAR-
ER SELECTED FROM
THE BUCKEYE STATE
By Associated Press
Columbus, June 15—Now that an
Ohioan baa boen chosen the standard
bearer of the republican party the
Ohio democrats are redoubling their af-
tfors to obtain another honor for the
buckjnye state by having Governor
James Cox selected by the San Fran-
cisco convention as the one to carry
the standard of their party. When
Harding's nomination was assured the
former Governor James R. Campbell
delegate at large to the democratic
convention began the preparation of
a circular letter to all democratic dele-
gates. "Governor Cox can carry Ohia-
what other candidate can match thia
certainity with even a probability"
says the letter.
JACK DEMPSEY HEAVY
Washington, June 15
substantial freight rates increases for
railroads, R. C. Fulbripht of Houston, nomination by Dr. Burrls Jonklns, cd-
represonting the Southwestern Indus- itor and publisher of the Kansas City
trial Traffic League told the inter-
state commission that the rate increas-
es alone w^uld not solve the nation's
transportation problems and that fully
thirty per cent of the increase asked
by the western roads are not necessary
Railroads fai o thre • major problems
he said, labor, revenue, and tax prob-
W r H "
II uJI -
AT LEAST TI
KILLED IN WRECK OF
THE CALIFORNIA LIMITED
La Junita, June 15—At least two per
A. Mitchell Palmer, to be nominat-
ed by John H. Rigelow of Pennsyl-
Gov. Jame Cox of Ohio to be spon-
sored by Judge J. C. Johnson of "Co-
Gov. Edward I. Edwards, to be
mum 1 by Cliarl< F. O'Brien of Jer-
sey city, N. Y.
Senator Robert L. Owen of Okla-
homa, whose name will be presented
by D. H. Linebaugh of Muskogee,
Jame3 W. Gerard, to be nominated
by U. S. G. Cherry of Sioux Falls, S.
Senator Gilhert M. Hitchcock of
Nebraska, to be named by fowler
Gov. A. C. Shallenberger of Nebras-
Secretary of Agriculture E. T.
TY Of DRAFT EVASION
San Francisco, Juno 15 — William
(Jack) Dempsy, tho world's heavy
weight champion way found not '-I'tlty
on the selective draft evasion Indict-
ment by a Jury in the United States
district court here.
policy of open shop."
ED OUTIES. AS UNDER
SEC, OF STATE TODAY
asking the republicans' of Oklahoma!
to present a united front to the en-
I emy in the coming election.
| "I hold no grudge against anyone,"
I Hamon said. "Although the fight
j against me has been a bitter one, I
j have dropped it all. We have a good
man to head the republican national ]
"We are going to haye a good |
state ticket and if we can get to .
gether, there is no doubt about a!
complete state and national victc-v
3-lfi royalty on the production to th
federal receiver; furnish an inven- aons were k'"ed when California lim Meredith, to be nominated by Claud
try of equipment on land and agree 1 lted on lhe Santa was wrecked near porter of Iowa.
to develop the leases in accordance here. At the hospital it was announc- National Chairman Homer S. Cum-
with the rules of the receiver. These e<* t'la' 'or'y injured but most of mings, to be nominated by Mayor
must be filed by June 21. Suggestions th08e hurt would recover it was said. Fitzgerald of New Haven.
as to operation of property in dis- j o | The names of the former Secretary
put® are asked for. ' High School Annuals for sale Tues- of the Treasurer Cartel- Glass, at Vlr
"The announcement said the pro day and Wednesday, June 14 and 11, ginla: John W. Davis, of West Vlr-
perty does not affect the property In from 2 till 8, at Staff Room, back of ginia; John W. Davis, of West Vir-
the actual river bed." High School Building. 66-2t ginia; Amasssador o Great Britian
and Senator Simmons of North Caro-
Una. will al-*> placed before
convention, it is understood.
Washington, June 15—Frank L. Polk ■ th)s (((|| „
as under secretary o of state j Thp oklahoma do|ft(?ation stayed
succeeded by Norman Davis of Tenn- oyer anot(1er day to take part in the
essee whose appointment was announc-
LA FOLLETTE MAY
HEAD THIRD PART/
Chicago. June 15—Declaration by
Amos Pinchot, member of the commit-
tee of fourty-five that there postively
would be a new party presidential
candidate In the field, rumors that
Senator LaFollette would head a tick-
et as presidential candidae and an-
nounced hat the campaign in behalf
of Senator Warren G. Harding, republi-
can presidential nominee, would be
started promptly, were the outstanding
Harding celebration, but Alvah Mc-
Donald of El Reno and John Dillon
of Geary left today
Hamon expects to be in Chicago
the early part of the week attending
conferences of the executive commit-
tee named to meet with Senator
Harding and Chairman Will Hays, of
the republican national committee,
to outline the coming campaign.
KEEP LA FOLLETTE SILENT
18 INVADING OKLAHOMA.
DEMAND 183 PER CENT
OVER PRE-WAR RATES
London, June 15—A strike of marina
wireless operators that will affect all
ports and shipping was declared by
the associated wireless telographlstik
They are demanding an Increase of
wages approximately one hundred nnd
eight> percent ovor pre war rate* ut
improved conditions of employment.
The wirelnss operators who wortt
permanently are not affected by thr
HOLLAND TO HAVE AIR
SERVICE WITH ENGLAND
AT . .
Rochester Minn., June 15—Physic , J.
nns today refused to allow Senator T
Robert I.aFoIlette of Wisconsin to
mnke a statement regarding rumors
that he will head n ticket as presl-
developments following the republi- dentju, of the
enn national con\ontlon. nnnonnood by Amos Pinchot, mom
The statement by Mr. Pinchot de- b(>r of (hp „f 48.' I
dared that the ' republican party has Senator I.aFollettee was operated"
driven out of representatives In lis on „ wwk „KO for thp „,m0val of the
councils tho millions of voters who eal, an() wm remain in a hospital
folowed Roosevelt, Johnson and La- until he completely recovered.
Follette," and that the new party will Hospital authorities said today he Is
presi'iit these voters and ''present a improving rapidly.
definate and constructive program. ' n
Reports con Senator l.a Fol- ORDERS CAPITOL CLEANUV
lette's possible candidacy were less
clearly defined and in some instances j oklahoma City, June l&JDr A. R.
were linked with declarations made in Lew)Si Htnto health commissioner. ...
behalf of tho conuuittco of forth-cighl ordered n cl*Tin-up campaign against £
Republican party managers, it was Oklahoma City seda fountains. R f
said, would sart tha sampaign soon p^rt -i hve reached Doctor Lewi's that
said, would start the cnmpalgo- coon J many 0f fountains were violating
after the democratic convention is' health department orders
held and would not wait until Senator 0
Hording and Governor Coolidge are| fnr |ob printing phon, <lfl
ufft.uaily notified of their nomination. Wan! ada In the Derrick pays.
Ponca City, June 16—It developed
that the non partisan league has or
ganiied in Kay county working
among the farmers and securing
members. They are now in the Uncas
locality and expect to organize exten
| stvely in this and other Oklahoma
oountles taking advatage wherever
possible of the wheat growers usho
• | ciatlon already formed.
I want all my friends aod t-nstomertv,
also the general public, to know that
I nemistitch for, 12 12 cents a yam.
Mrs. J. L Rherrtll.
Everybody should show a
love for home and country by ||!
attending this meeting.
TRUTH ia STRANGKR
.. THAN FICTION
Two low priced heumw for sale.
I^arge 5 room frame house, with
concrete cellar, good yard Price
5 room modern dwellng. 3 hloehs
north of I'.roadway, facing south, $1
0')0 cast und easy terms.
L. C. WK8T
Until further notion no Rprink
ling, car washing or wasting of
water will be permitted. Per-
sons violating this order will be
cut off until further notloe.
(Signed) J. L UTIJCT,
Superintendent Water Works.
l.<mdon, June 15—Holland is to b
Knked up with Hngland by a regular
air service, which will shortly corn-
men w. Tho machines will leave
O jydon, which is a suburb of Ijondon,
three tiraoa a week and will land at
an aerodome In Holland about 20
minutes run from Amsterdam. A ree-
nlar uutomoble service from the aero-
drome and Amsterdam will be main-
tained. The distance of the air flight
is 2«0 miles.
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