The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 251, Ed. 1, Friday, June 4, 1920 Page: 2 of 16
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TUSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY JUNE i 1020
OKLAHOMA TAKES !
CENTER OF STAGE I
Muskogee Negro Con-
test Leads to New
CJ. 0. P. Policy.
LOWDEN MEN ARE BUSY!
Hcrt Lends Kiht in Scat
Hnnion Ooletfutos lion)
Much KupIIiik In Shown.
OONTINCKP I'llOM PAOM ONH
fourth. The Al'ftmW ilolprntH wtitn
rprewniivi liy in Twyfonl of
OklrttlOtllH CM V. W'llO CIPIlll II
uplendlil Impri'imlori tiy hw ilri'liiM.
lutlilly in iirKiimiMit nrnl tirnvity Th
1 1 (i mon 1ilriR.it'K were ri-prwiitml
by llliry Al. Hurli l'li wM kivbii
IS mtnut t iirment lt raif. In h
tfw momenta It win Bprmrenl Hint
tlirn wan a nw Mali lnalnn In Hi"
commtK' Thla liHiimi "f tin' very
Apparent part 1m Illy of III coiniultlf
for tli aid of th cone prvM'nifil ly
Twyford. Thru ih Hert Kiiik.
KmUm; trinity not nun iic.ilon. Th
IS mlntit" irw Into in. tlinn Into
80 mid flnully Inlo nn hour. Th
controvray rnK'il All rwnuililnli'
of parllnmentiiry prooililti) illwip-
praml fiml the rontrovnrny elnfii-
rrnlPd Inlo 11 wrmiKlr. Aap rwilla-
l!IB Hi" IIKUIK IIiIh of eillriltlt
nculnat lilm. (itk(l with piiuKin
l-'lnallv iiftrr two bourn of llm ly-
plliy tllO ('HHP WKK CltWfMl .mil th
(itiminlltn went Inlo pxM'iillvn oh-
nlon. Then Htunley of Hunan
tnovcil thilt Urn Mr3rnw iIi'IpkuIM
Im nonteil. llert rooiinlrrivl with i
aubatltuto that the llnmnn tlcli'K'ittt
tin Hi-alcd lltirl count"! til with n
mill another that n commltle of
thrrr ho nppolnti'il ly tlm tiiulr to no
further Inlo tho eiiai" and mako n
recommendation. At Ihl point
Jacknon of (HnrnU "Bain took the
floor ami made a tellliw upeeeh
nKalnut tho nulirommlllen habit.
dillinK whleh Im idmerved Hint he
with a Rood many other luemberH
worn Krowlnc tired of "Mur ohnmber
prnccedlim"." ThlH brought Chair-
man lliiyoa Into the matter who
wunleil to know if Ihe Knnllenian
meant to hmlmmtn that there had
been unfnlrni'KK. Jackson wlthdiew
tho phrasing that wn objectionable.
llumon In tho niciuitliii" had a-
mimod to upeak onro or twlre was
fllttlnc about the rhnmher brazenly
and otherH of IiIh party had not ob-
nerved the rule renpectlUB oxeetillvo
iieiwIonH. Klnally Ujnlekft of Ohio
brouKht Ihl" lo the attention of tho
chair and akod why iunh praetlcon
wore tolerated. Objection warn
made In llko manner from viirloua
aectlonii of tho room. The rhalr
nuked that nil entlemn olmervo the
rulo and leave the room . Uamori
mink Into u neat behind Hert uiid
Mi'tlrmv MiiUps CliarBf.
Torhapa tho moat effective Hpeorh
nn Ihe tmhjocl wan dellverrd by
Committeeman Mcclrnw. Tnern
wait cionalunt recurrence to the Mil)-
Jecv matter of the. dobato and not
tho action aenklni; to illnpono of tlu
matter. Thn whole cane narrowed
down to one ciueatloti whleh waa tho
proper committee to nrnunuo the
convention) thn old or tho now. Mr.
Mcdrnw'H itpeech left lllllo room for
tnlnundoiBtandliiB. At thla Juncturo
llcrt Mopped boforn tho cnmmltleo
and read tho celebrated teloitram
Hent by WhltliiB. then utato chnlrmar.
to tho llamon forces at Hhawnce.
naylnu that thn newly elected coin
mlttro nhoulil orKanlzo tho conven-
tion and closlnc with tho vletorlouii
nhout. "The old commltteo U deud
Ions llvo tho now."
It wan Intended n a trump card.
Thn feellnc wim Intense. Hut In-
stantly McCiraw sprnni; to hln feet
unit with hlazlnu evcM nald "And
on tho day prior to tho writing of
that teleRrain which assumed lo
chance tho party practices In Okla
noma thai had been followed over
since Ihero wan a republican party
It Is now iv mutter of record .lako
llamon pave Vernon Whttlnit JHO.
000 In form of a loan Members of
tho commtteo turned and looked ut
each other aKhasu
Correspondent at Ihe press table
rapresontni; papora all over tho
world. tiOKan to write furiously and
to consult with one and another and
membcra of thn commltteo sitting
near by for tho purposn of verify-
ing what thnlr oara and eyes had
registered Hut thn steam roller
rolled on for thn tlmo bclnc nt
lcat. Tho Fourth district was or
dered referred to a sub-commltteo
of three after much parllmentary
tiklrmlshliiR durlnx which many
members were no confident that
thoy illd not iindeiKtaml what they
were voIIhk for. Chairman liny
forced both sides to aitreo to men
that were Hatlsfurtory and they
wcro Instructed to have their ro-
nort ready by Friday innnilnc.
Then thn Fifth district was call-
ed up and In short order nml by an
nil nut unanimous voio the aiciiraw
ilelecntea wcro seateii pot over a
dozen voting for the substitute of-
fored by thn Hert organization which
forced thn question on u ntibatttillo
motion a 4iefort but evidently re-
alized tho (lunger of trying to forco
that through Iho nub-comiiiltteo
channel. A the committee ad
Journed for Ihe ny there were do-
i ui 1 1 1' 1 u Tei'irni r.n nity hin'1
(i.il lb" rule hllh'ii'i Invoke. .y
Mh ommlllre In slixl do Ihe rrKiilnr
DlR.inlzalloii and parfv imlh'ids
Would be fallowed In the Fourth
district nnicst regnrdle of the
sun om i ii It lee m recommendation.
BY 5 DELEGATES
fONTINH:i KltOM I'Arir. ri.NB j
n hli h aie roullN"; fm 1 1 nt'or
.Idhlnoti oUKht 10 bn scaH-d II wis
( I'ltfioiilefl hnvvrver Willi pri'tl
kily atiniisiilfi; Mm r "pnhlicin pany
In Florida If It ib-illni'l In sa'
The Noilh Carollini ( onteml which
wii a sttalght out and out black
and while Issue reulled In lh seal-
trig of the while dc legation led by
John St. Moorehead of Charlotte N.
C national coinmlHeemsn. In the
ronlesl from the Hlxth district of
Tennessee ynr. delegnl i.ounlsd In
the Wood column was seated. In
I tin 8ernnd Oklahoma district two
regularly inporled ilelegnles unln-
slriicled were seateil and tho con-
tent wnn dl'mlsseil The contest In
the Fifth Oklahoma district Involved
the organisation of National Com-
mitteeman McOraw IIIk ilnlegates
prevailed and four were seated with
a half vole each A similar (oritedt
fni tn I our'ti Okiiiimi i iiini''
was nfi'irrd o t Ann. on nut'i'i
ihe white uflegnirH from x" ond
( 'Itl'llioliul dl'irlel 1. It Ills-.iv (if
Miiskngen and O O. Ornnt of mill
walar wore seated. The negro con-
testants tirguei unaucceasfulty Mint
they were 'JnlHMred from the Mus-
Ill the Fifth Oklahoma illstrlr.t the
committee seated W. II. F. Trudgeon
Oklahoma City Chris Mmlxn
Olllhrle .Mrs F F. Northrop Okla-
homa City and Mr J l'earon
or tlatslmll in h In ( In If vol nrnl
i Mimed for Wood 7he are lden-
fled In the rl;raw faeilon.
ASKS EXTENSION '
OF FUNDS PROBE
roNTiNtrun i hom paok onb.
Of the flniitiel.il dM (f the cainiilgn
had corillnurd. he ndded but he
could nol recall anvtblng Oeneiul
Wood might have iwitd in lhat con
Qutwlloiis tiy Kenalor Heed demo
crat or Missouri drew from Ihe wit.
lies a statement Hint In view of the
general nature of thn conver ill'in
nenw.! Wood could not have fnll-d
lo know II purport and the amount
dlwiissed as neceaoiry to raise
When v I. Cole republican stale
chairman In Missouri and dflonn'e
at large from that state appearing at
ii' . r. ro.un.t took the fc'and the
Si M i-lllft.'l to t. H(!i ) e
hii!(i it brief exiildi it on of prevl
oim testimony wbnli showed that he
hsd received fund fioin hoih the
Harding and Iywden interest for
work In Missouri l entered i (Int
denial that h bad known that a
check for 1S00. given him by R. I.
Mors manager of the Lowden
campaign outalde of Bt. Iouis was
front Iwden funds or that It wn
given hlrn with th understanding It
was to he used In the Illinois gov-
ernor's behalf He had regarded
th money al a personal contribution
from Morse he said lo old In the
republican flghl to fill n vacancy In
the Third Missouri eongresslonal dla
irlct whli b Morse had Insisted that
A lo 41.21(0 whlfh thn wllnes
said he received from Harry M
Daiigherty manager for Henator
Harding Coin ib-f lured It was given
him to use in trung lo make the
senator second Imp e of the Mk
sourl delegation and after lie had
to'd D.iigheity that he be.icved
M.-ioinI wis "wed up for
Thn other witness as to Wood fi-
nancing was W. II. Hurtt of Chicago
who described himself as "assistant
and confidential man" for MonelV
Hurtt brought with him contribution
reeeipta of the Wood national fund
and also "requenta for funds" cover-
ing disbursements. Ills testimony
he Insisted could add nothing to
matter already before the committee.
Two other prospective witnesses
were heard from today. A Montreal
meaaage from Horace S. Ptebblns.
eastern tieasurer of tho Lincoln-
Wood league and vainly sought by
suhporna service said he would ap-
pear tmiorrow. whlln Warren Oreg
ory. connected with Hoover cam-
paign In California telegraphed from
Hosion that he also wan on his way
The ommlttee planned to call no
othei witness but to hear thoso al
ready summoned who had not yet
put m an appearance
JOHNSON IN CHICAGO;
IS GIVEN OVATION
CONTINfKD FIIOM TAOE ONE.
Hohert T.itt son of former Presi-
dent William II Taft and a Hoover
worker was another early arrlvai
today Mr. Taft has been paying
particular attention to th( Ohio
situation nn It conterns the Hoover
movement and report that he finds
all of thn delegates from thai state.
with one exception in a favorable
fiame of mind toward Hoover after
Wood ani Harding have ceased to
There wii be five aril p.5siMv
hiX sfC' iilmg pt ihe fo. lowing the
i omlnat i n of Oenoral Wood by
Oovcrtior Allen of Kansi. but none
of them will lat more than llvo or
six minutes according to the slate
n-nt of General Wood today.
"Former Oovernor Hunyan of
New Jerey will deliver a seconding
speech " said General Woo l It 1
probable that men from Ohio Col
orado North Dakota and the ojth .
will also second Oovernor Alleh'a
Henatnr Mile I'olndextrr of 1
Washington wl.l arrive In Chicago i
tomorrow bringing the tolnl nutn-1
t.er of (nt. minced candidates who I
will be here at 'that time up to five
210 Itlchard Bldg.
Third and Doston
Formerly of Hot
Blood Skin Gnnlto-Urlnary
ana venereal juiecajci ana
general office practice.
Serums Vaccines Electrics'
Phono Osago 8144
Is So Refreshing
An exquisitely scented antiseptic
powder. Gives quick relief to sun-
burned or irritated skins overcomes
heavy perspiration and iniiMtis a
delicate lasting fragrance leaving
the skin tweet and wholesome
1KU luh Tft bf M.ll. AdliMt -CitUti.
UUtirti.i.r(r Uti4 u .T.rr
wUrr 8ui2b l).ntllllaIiallJC.h- 1iruiA4
HlaVCutlcurs Soap havei wllhuul iuu
Visitors to New York
nrc cordinlly invited to view
our exhibit of Diamonds
vSnppIiire.s Pearls and JCmeralda
in Artistic Platinum Settings.
E. M. GATTLE & CO.
PLATINUMSMFTIIS - JEWELERS
630 FIFTH AVENUE
Opposite S(. PnlHck'n Cnlhcilral
Styles That Please
No matter what your desires
may be in Summer Clothing
we have it.
Stylish good looking suits tail-
ored from the very best mate-
rials and at a price to suit every
pocketbook. Come in today
and look them over. It is al-
ways a pleasure to show goods
at this store.
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN
Even a prodessoi'
.THE PROFESSOR droppoil tn
LAST NIQHT and
HE HAD a puzxlo.
YOU KNOW ho epoaW.
FIFTY SEVEN kinds.
OF HIQHDROW talk.
DUT HE'D Juat hoard.
TWO FELLOW8 talking
OOMETHINQ LIKE this.
"HERE'S THE real chooao
ON THE kind of liutt.
FOR STEADY Bluff."
"SPILL IT" sail Uio oUwr.
SO THE Crat ouo said.
"ITO.QOT tho BQOiIfl
AND PEP and alt
JUST TOUCH ocq off
AND YOU'LL ho Uvlog
JHE LIFE ot Rellljr.
I FELL tor It and CQ
I'M JAKE tor keeps.
AND SITTIN' on tho world."
AND THE second ono said.
"JUST SLIP UB ono.
FOR THE doublcO-
AND THAT waa all.
I LAUGHED and pointed.
OUT THE Window.
AND THE prot road.
THE ELECTRIC Ign.
AND HE was on.
THE SIGN lust sal1.
T.HERE mny be n hnnrlrrrl other wiy
to My it but in good plain United
Sutcs It's 'thty tntiify." Tboe fine
Turkish nml Dnmostic tobnrcos nnd that
can't -he 'copied Chesterfield blend put
Chesterfields where none can touch them
for quality and value.
Vacation clothes for all
the boys in Tulsa
THE two vital qualities in boys' vacation plothes cool com-'
fortable fit and good service are as much a part of these
new suits as the buttons or pockets. But you know that from past
experience. Some are made of cool airy Palm Beaches others of
Cool Cloth and the other breezy summer fabrics.
STYLES are single and double breasted with or without belts.
Latest effects in pockets lapels and sleeves. Handsome
grays greens sand blue and brown shades in plain or striped
patterns. Ages 6 to 18 years at .$8.50 up. We have all the other
vacation needs for boys. Sport shirts straw hats blouses and
other cool clothes.
Two pants suits for wear
IF you're going to take the boys to the mountains you ought to
get them two pants suits. They'll get the kind of service they
should from any of these new ones. Single and double breasted
styles with slash or patch pockets belts or plain backs. Handsome
shades and finest quality fabrics in sizes 6 to 18 years at ?20 up.
Handsome new wash suits
FOR the little chaps we've great stocks of washable suits in
every new style and every good material. Dutch and French
piques galateas repps poplins madras linens and others in plain
vnite colors and two-color combinations. Guaranteed not to
fade. Sizes 2 to 10 years at .$2.50 up.
Separate pants for boys
WE have every sort of separate pants for boys' wear during
vacation and every other time. Palm Beach and summer
fabrics in gray tan brown blue and dark mixtures at $2.25 and
.$3.50 up. All wool knickers full lined and well made at $2.00 up.
Corduroy knickers at $3.00 up.
Pla-Mate summer footwear
FOR good looks long service and comfortable fit Pla-Mate
footwear is the best we know of for growing feet. Made in
styles for all boys of 2 to 10 years. Oxfords sandals shoes and
boots. Leathers are black patent smoked and brown. Prices
A alan tile
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