The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 227, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 11, 1920 Page: 3 of 18
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TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MAY 11 1020
CASH CADE FILES
IN SENATE RACE
Shawnee Man Is Fifth
Republican to Enter
SWANK FOR CONGRESS
Normnn Democrat Enters
'Congressional Buttle in
f Fifth District.
liy A-woriatm Presa 8tt Wire
OKLAHOMA (.MTV MAY 10
Cash At. Cade of filmwneo filed Ills
application today ns u candidate for
tho Culled States senate. Cndo Is
the fifth republican to file "bendy
for that office lie wag chairman
of the territorial republican commit
teo from 100! to l'lbt and for tho
succeeding clBht )cnrs he wan rcpub.
Ilean natlonnl committeeman fiom
I-'. It. Swnnk of Not man filed no a
candidate for the democratic nojn-
In.ition for conRrcsa In tho l-'lfth
Candidates for the house of rep.
i cscntultW' who filed today ate
Onirics Whltakcr of Kufaula Mc-
linrith count; Jet K I line of
I'HV s .MiilTMt (Olilll and I'ranit 1'
Johnson of Karris. Aloka county nil
democrat and M t. Itcddiu-itini
of Lonkeha. Caddo county ami John
H. Couch of Helena Alfalfa county
I. lt of OklnlinmmiM .pproed for
Vocational Tnlnlnc liy lVlornl
DAJ.t.AS. Texas May 10. The
following Oklahoma men arrnncd
by counties have been npproved for
training or rated nH eligible for
training at the expenso of the fed-
ernl board for vocational education
ilnce April :2 1020:
Bryan Drew I. Hamilton Col-
beit: IMuln llgcit Bennington.
Onrfeld -Wilde A. Ilond Knlil
jmiii it. iinnnsiein uisoii.
Jefferson James M. Croffoid
Kingfisher I.on 1
litlmer James 13. Dtnienn Wll-
burtqn. Muskogee Mclln II. Payne
Oklahoma Howard A. Murphy
Okmulgee Frank Alexander
Dewnr; Junies W. Williams. Okmul-
gee. Payne Cleveland Kinney dish-
ing. lingers Muck Huthcrford Inoln.
Stevens Claude Sanderfer Doyle.
FIRST WOMAN ENTERS RACE
Airs. I.amar Iooncy of IIoIIIh Wants
to ('. to Stale Senate.
tl Associated rresa Stuto Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY Alay 10. The
first woman to declare alio would
enter the primary race this year up-
plled tn tho state election board for
blanks on which to filo notice of her
candidacy. She was Atrs. Lamar
Looney of Hollls. She anounced In
her letter that she will seek the dem-
ocratic nomination for stato senator
from the Fourth district.
. Postpone Meeting.
The meeting of the class In com-
mercial law at the Y Al. C. A.
hchools last night was postponed be-
cause of the absence from tho city
of' Horace llnguu who was to lead
the class Ho was called out of thb
city on business.
COmes in. all hnlrincr
troubles tnk nin'rlr
leave. Ynti fo rinht
Mahead and mix up bak-
7 --' T " - v w IVII
Of iJnrirtninri P:ilitmf mnl.
you forget failure.
Is the nt fiolmlJrbKtwtr It doti girt
nn9K vwTjmi iriuiis. ji naa big.
rft UmandmM It is the moil or-
ptKdtiili. The ftt that.lt i the big.
niiwisui umTinr. jnj inai nut It
none "Jut .tirood'Buy acanifrou
ut .Biisnra iaae n uacx and
Ert your monty back.
Calnirwt rontalna onlr auch ingre.
uirni. a. nare otn approrra
offlaally by the U. S. Food
Tm as iMwt.
OKLAHOMA CITV. M.iV 10. A
barrel of sorghum molasses which
officers snld wnii Intendcjl to sweet-
en a brew from which mi Intoxlcat-
Inie ill Ink was to bo made wns con-
fiscated )cterdny by John Ilcep
county evidence innn and other of
ficers when n still in jhe eastern
edge of Canadian count) wan raided..
OK1.AHOAVA CITV Mny 10. To
confer on high school requirement I
and courses of study n merlin; of
school superintendents principals
mm instructors wan called today by
M A. Nash high school Inspector of
the state department of education
to be held at the capital June 1
Amnnij the subjects to bo consld'
ered are. Number of units required
for graduation credit for minor suh-
Jectii. teacher standards vocational
credit and uniform record system.
OKLAHOMA CITV. May 10.
Governor llobcrtson will leave here
tumotrow night for llnodwell Texan
to deliver a commencement address
there Friday at the Panhandle ngrl-
cultural Institute he alrt lodav. He
will lsit ('11111011 and will inspect tlic '
I Kite of the new state tuberculosis!
sanitarium From there he plan's'
to ro to llobart and spend Wednes.
ilay night at tho reformatorv there..
'J A Whilchurst. president of tho
state board of agriculture will ac
company me governor.
I vumiMiLLue ravors nuni
of American Associa- !
lion in Oklahoma.
liy Aaanelatml Pteaa Hlutc Vlr
OKLAHOMA CITY Alay 10. An
adaption of the plan of locnl organi-
sation of tho American Cotton asso-
ciation to meet conditions In Okla-
homa as prepared tonight by the
committee of members of the stato
branch of the association will be of-
fered for approval 'at tho mccjjilg ot
the state body tomorrow morning It
was announced tonight
The committee which outlined to-
night the plan of organization for
Oklahoma conslted of Carl Wil-
liams chairman and J W Wood-
ward of the state market commis-
sion. J. W. Llttlefleld of. Ilradvn S.
A. Itrooks of Oracenmnt. (leorgo
Bishop of Cordell It. fi. Hardin of
Snyder and J. It. Kenton of Okla-
Heprcsentatlvos of 20 cotton grow-
ing counties of tho state were pres-
ent today at tho opening meeting of
tho two-day session of the Oklahoma
branch of tho American Cotton as-
sociation. 1'tAiin were discussed for
co-operative cotton shipping and
marketing facilities in every section
of the state.
J. P. Connors of Canadian presi-
dent of the association addressed
A Mistnko Made by Alany.
Don't wait for rheumatism to In-
dicate diseased kidneys. When you
suffer pains and aches by day nnd
sleep disturbing bladder weakness
by night feel tired nervous and
run down tho kidneys and bladder
should be restored to healthy .strong
and regular action It Is a mWtako
lo postpone treatment. Foley Kid-
ney nllla put tho kidneys in t-uunJ
healthy condition nnd keep thoni ao-
tlvo nnd strong. Iiegln taking to
day. Good rtsults follow the flrtt
Jose. Sold everywhere. Adv.. I
" " "Ton n
Vacuum Vacua CTmrmI ."Tm. "rji"
si.. Cup Cup Trs.d T.J"
1 8U Calna. Culnfa Mnp Job.. K
I (-'.brie Coral Cord Ratulax c"d
I 30x3 18.4S 3.00 3.75
30x3H 23.70 38.55.1 e 35.851 3.50 4.40
s 32x3K 27.90 42.95J 39.95 J"1' 3.80 4.75
I 31x4 37.30 5.20 6.50
: 32x4 37.95 54.45 49.05 5.25 6.55
1 33x4 40.05 56.00 50.45 5.50 6.90
j 34x4 40.85 57.40 51.65 5.65 7.05
32x4H 52.75 61.35 53.75 6.80 8.50
1 33x4H 54.90 63.00 55.20 6.95 8.70
34x4K 55.35 64.65 58.20 7.00 8.75
s 35x4H 57.60 66.15 59.60 7.10 8.90
l36x4H 58.20 67.80 61.00 7.30 9.15
S33x5 67.40 76.60 68.95 8.05 10.05
35x5 70.95 80.35 72.35 8.50 10.65
37x5 74.60 84.05 75.70 8.85 11.05
INNER TUBE MEN
Stockholders of Company
Hold Anual Meeting
Stockholders of the V. 8. Compres-
sion Inner Tube company fiom nil
over the United Slntes gathered yes-
terday afternoon at tho big Tulsa
rubber factory on the Sand Springs
linn for the annual meeting of tho
corporation to elect officers and di-
rectors and discuss plans for the ex-
pansion of tho business during tho
The following office anil direc-
tors wero reelected for 11121): Al.
C. Hale president. J Al. Clowr
vlcu president; C. It. Porter. Jreas-
urer W. T. Koberson secretary; di-
rectors Al. C. Hale .1. Al. Clover. C.
U. Porter Cleorge 15. Hlack Cass A.
Alnyn. Dr. C. W. Day and II. 11.
Mc I 'ami.
In a brief address al tho meet-
ing Air. Hale outlined the policies of
the company and told of tho prog-
ress (undo by tho organization In the
Inst year. He said the local plant
would soon begin manufacturing
puncture-proof inner tubes autumn-
Idle casings nml other rubber prod-
ucts to be distributed at tho earliest
dale possible throughout the coun-
try. "It Is our earnest hope during the
next year to put Tulsa on the map
in the rubber world" said .Mr. Hale.
'.Most of our agencies have been or-
ganized In various sections of the
country and we shall find an Imme.
dlatu market for nli iliu tubes wo can
manufacture In Tulsa. Los Angeles
nnd eastern plapls when they nro In
"I nlso wish to exprcs my appre-
ciation to the directors for thttlr
activity In helping to make this com-
pany n success and to J. F. Sciln-
Ion our advertising manager for
his asldiioua efforts In Riving tho
company nation-wide publicity dur-
ing the past year."
(.ho Pait-Aiucrli'mi linni-ticl
W ll Davison who for years has
hecn n secretary In Sourh America
for the International committee of
the Y. Al C A. will speak at the
annual banquet of the Pan-American
club at il.lR o'clock .Monday
n'ght. May II". Ill the Y Al C A
It. W flranl Is president of the club
Where Can I Find Relief From
Itching Terrifying Eczema?
This Question Is Ever on the
Lips of the Afflicted
Kczcma Tetter Kryslpeliu" nnd
other terrifying conditions of tho
skin nre deep-seated blood troubles
and applications of salves lotions
and washes' can only afford tempor-
ary relief without reaching file real
seat of tho trouble. Hut Just because
local treatment Ills dona you no
good there Is no reason to despair.
You simply have not nought the
proper treatment that Is within your
You have the experience of others
AUTO THIEF RE-ARRESTED
Clint lla-ilcll of Ctiid Again In T"ll
nn lliiotlcgulug Charge1.
MX in. nicln.r Muv 10. Clint Hus-
dell released on bond pending ap-
ipeal from ronxlctlon In tlio district
I com l here on a chaige of stealing an
'nntomiibllo and sentenced tn 27
)enrs In the penitentiary today was
' ro-nrrested with Frank Iteger on h
i chaige of vldlating the federal pro-
1 hlbltlon law. The two nro alleged Mi
1 hnve been digging up if gallons of
moonshine whisky on tho I A
White farm southwest of hcie when
they were taken Into custody.
POLICE ' DOCKET LONG
'uilgi .Miironcy Hears l;in Cit-.
YcHcriliM TrnfMU Violations
I Alore than 130 cases of Mnln'lotiH
.of uirlotis city ordinances weio
beard before Judge P II Alnroney
of the municipal court yesterday.
.This whs one of the longest dockets
I III the history of the city.
I There were about 20 of the inses
for violation of the traffic otdi
nnnres All of these were nrs .o
I fenders and they were let off with
'light fines Severn! of the cases
.were for possession of Intoxiratlng
It's Unnecessary Q-Ban
Hair Color Resjorcr Dark-
ens It Evenly No Dye.
No matter how cray your hair
prcnvuuroly gray fnded blenched
streaked with gray o restore to nat-
ural even dark color again apply to
nil your hair and scnlp Q-Han Kntr
Color Itesiorer ns per simple direc-
tions on bottle In n day or hi you
will be dellghtiul to see all your gray
hair turn to nil even beautiful dark
shade without even n trace of gnu
showing nnd entire head of hair
tecotnes soft fluffy long thick and
of an even beautiful soft dark
tjinde. Msi) slnim dandruff and
falling litlr Sold mi moncy-baok
guarantee nt Steinberg Pros. Tulsa
Okla Mall orders 7Rc
who have suffered as you havo to
guide you to relief. No matter how
terrifying the Irritation no matter
how unbearable th Itching anl
burning of tho skin s. S. S. will
promptly reach the seat of the troll
ble Olve It n fnlr trial to bo con-
vinced of its efficacy.
Our chief medical adviser Is nn
authority nil blond and skin dis
orders and he will take pleasure In
giving you such ndvlco as your In-
dividual cao may need absolutely
without cost. Write today describ-
ing your caae to .Medical Depart-
ment Swift Specific Co. 262 Swift
Ijiborntory Atlanta ilir! Advt.
Highest Quality and
go hand in hand in Vacuum Cup Tires
and "Ton Tested" Tubes just 'tho re-
verse of what dealers toll us is the im-
pression entertained by many people.
This perfect harmonizing of highast
quality nnd economical prices results
from n perfected factory organization
operating in an ideally modern plant
which uses every possible improve-
ment nnd labor saving appliance. Ever-
growing production is marketed under
a zone selling system which holds sell-'
ing expense to minimum.
Compare the prices of Vacuum Cup Tires
ond "Ton Tested" Tubes with those
of ordinary makes. Pennsylvania
prices ore standardized net uniform
throughout tho United States. Pay no
more for Pennsylvania products do
not expect them for ess.
Adjustment baaU par wurranty'tac at-
tachad to each caiinei
Vacuum Cup Fabric Tires 6000 Milts
Vacuum Cup Cord Tirea 9000 Miles
Channel Trsad Cord Tires 9000 'Miles
PENNSYLVANIA RUBBER COMPANY
d'iii'iv n i .iiuK wliieh were the
results of tbe numerous inlds nn the '
i Joints ' In the negro district One
negro Mid thai he paid the negio
Jusllce i-f Ibe pence ft 0 "fine" each
week for selling "choc " When
questioned as to the procedure llio
colored nenileniau said that he was
told If lie would do this each week
be' wouldn't be arrested.
Most of the drug peddleri were
alleged wholesalers and nraetirallv 1
all of theni were turned over to the
slate officers estimated that 13000
worth of dope was captured during
Saturday nlghl mnl Sunday
Aildri sm-iI Luncheon
Hirty L tlclm-maii ivllguiiis work
secretary of the V. C. A. spoke
on peteiaiai work at rhe monthly
luncheon of the mmiiie men of the
F'rst Pirsbyteilnn church jeslerd.iv
noun In Hi V Al. C. A. About .10
men were present.
Simwv llnchs ale the pride of
every housewife Keep tben In that
condition by using Ued Crn.si Hull
nine Inyour laundry 5 cents nt'
grocers - Ailvt
.1'itsl tint St.. Nrsr l.rult
nrrsnluma. IVrns ami llfdillnu lnn.
I' u . a haliKltiK lisaketa.
Irlrplimir 1 IA llrlnrrn It nnil
1 nr atlrr 0 tn.
ii.wr. nsti:m to iot a
II v amnlns a ciiIihii Inr ynur va
frr u itam i!h TilrphmlA iilia
llra Nmrr Mil llial H ri a
( ltKTl NI'IIIMlS i n
ll-nar III! lit nil.
A Hplit-tojv loaf with a
flavor you are Hiiro
C AM WELL'S
11 HE AD
In a bitf ccoiioniical loaf
Ific at K'i'ocora
SAVE OR SLAVE
- - -
If you save now your future is full of
If you spend all the future holds
nothing but work and more work
unto the end.
Let good judgment assert itself and
open a savings account NOW.
OF- TUL SA
Fourth and Main
"The Convenient Corner"
WANT ADS THEY GET RESULTS
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