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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WKDNKm)AY, JUNK lb, 110
COLLEGE CHUMS I
HONOR COOLIDGE
ti. o. iv Vice Preelden
tial Nominee Is Guest
of Amherst Alumni.
WITH SPEAKER GILLETT
Receiver Coinnul illations mnl
AssufnneiM of Success
I'rotn All Suits.
WOOLEN CASE IS APPEALED
amih.ust Mae., ln Is ' '
ernor Cooiidg, rpubiloan i"'
Idantlal nomln, today l td ih
ffalr f Kinto and eonalderatloti of
i, in MmpUpti lo ml" hut plao wi'1
(. n.w uiumni ol Amhtril eollegi In
renewing, the agorltlong of swdei
n minute lnyii It wa II" twenty
r r 1 anniversary of hm graduation
and iii etamti elbi iiad hoth
tha guartar century and lh hwior
whlrh hi t noma lo lhali school M
low "Cel."
Tl kh crnoi atllvril this liiornlUK
attar brahfallng a Bprlngfllo
with s)p k i (Illicit ..f lha national
bou at Faprgnttlv, who had
pi . ad him lo nomln itlon tor iiw
praaidane th republican con van
lion In Chicago, The speakers con
ti Uulated Uovarnoi Coolldga on ii i
nomination Hid aald he tout no
doubi ol the uooaaa of th party
'the forthcoming alactlana, adding
tllHt Ihcro In rto vulnera hie point It)
tioi tt i i ballava tha country Ii
republican, nsvar mora to ihm to
day altar iho praaaat admlnlatr
Hon "
Kn rotita to dvinhirat, the govamor
eallad at in horn in Northampton
for Mm. Ooolldga, who at i ompatilad
him io tlx eollaga, u wa tha fimi
vlf.lt to hUl home 1 1 y iln'o IiIk nomi
nation. Only onp nitin on 'he Hlrcct
Ifo'ovnUcl him nod hit hum! wave
wMH rttumad by tha ex. entice, who.
arhan nk ri , in,- Idaatly of lha
man. i ild
"Thafg Kl Martin, Jnollor of OVf
IiIkIi Helmut.''
At hla home, utir half of h Iwo
fnmlly limine, a ndKhhor chattel
with Governor Coolldga on the porch
for it Uma Tonight fallow cltlaana
of Northampton Raid n, oalabratlon
wllh ,i i.iiiitlc anil iari'icl In hln
honor.
BRAKEMAN GIVEN $35,000:
AvkMbM laptwaaa Ooaji Makag
4 ward to Kaaam i tty mm
i.itti.k HOOfC J una ii, me
AtkHnniiH auprama court today
awntilcit ;ii,.noti I.. Nick Lelnc,
II Khomhh I'ltc Mimlliern Mitotan
brakaman, (or Injuries received whsn j
he wan thrown from a work train
to. ii J up 1 1 ii . Mo., Novemher 2.1, 1111,
ant hin nk nil fracturad. lie aurvtvdl
hut in em iii to hava boon Incapacl
tatoil for work. Tho null wna triad
In ArkntiHiin tmiler n. gtatut Which
permitted rail to he brought agalttai
the rnllronil anywhere It malntulnrtl
h hoe n railroad. Thin in the large! 1
rlnmui:o uw.tiil lor petnnniil liijutv!
ever fiwnrtleil in nn I K . I n a M court.
The lower limit mno btg tt,lll
ilniMHircii. hut 1 he RUp ram 4 nnirt
tlei lineit thin exi ennlvo ami reilu' eil
It
SUFFRAGE AGAIN FAILS
I i ut i,i Iti'f BIN ' Apprnvr 1 Vl
t'rul Am Ininii for Woinm.
HA'P N ItOUOfi) i-a . J u t- t.
Thi- l-'wrr Ihiiihi' nf llirt IiuInIuiui
WuM.it in t ,iy a VOtfl Ol t7 to 44, to
tiny iv 1 a rrriilntlini Ofeblllnil for
rnllflcution of i hii fotloral mitfi.iK'1
a tin mlturnt.
After tlto drftMt tolHy of th
ihaitiirk rt'Kntutlou plOVMIim for
itep rattftoiuion th-t f-drni nut-
ftttfo mnndnitllti thfl hua by a
VOti of 6 to 3H ii(l. pt m Lh .tor
llttll rHoltitt'it tthil'h I'Htrl tho ia4iU
of i rpn MMMttnttVM on r, or 'M ''I' 1
BQitd to f'Mtn.il niftraHW Trior to
I ho vot on wufTt the hotiit il--rllnffl
to Jifi-r i 'oiiui-fMiitiati Hnki i
Off t'altforntu. rbO w tntr 1 to iuK
tu Hiipporl of kU i Huffr.iKv.
Shihot-. i'laMimio
nPORldV ni . Juna II lUylnond
llnrrln, until 'i H in tarn nrm hyf
turlcul tontKht, umihli to toll n oun-
nnrtfii itory of thi iviqIi iMdtni
tip to tho nhootitiR of hln nliynmt'
Axidlo I'Hrkt r. M9Q II. hMr thin f ,
toriinon. Hi told MVTfft1 QOnffllOttni
ptorlH, Mti. Orc lMttfitr, a
iH'tKhhor, H.itv tin two boys ptaytng
anil afterwnrd otttrr thr houni So
ral no'tnontK mlrr ihf hoard a
hot. Itunnitifi to tltr Pnrkor homo,
hUo found th body of Audio in tint
Hying room, a Imllot In the U
Raymond had dtppTid. Hra
Maudo Maddook. tho di ad Im h
mother, wa awav
MMMMI I Aim Will Not I arn
Lttrn Nowhori y. a ih-kh1, OhtaVrgad
with hur; i.irlinn tho homo of .1 1,
ration. 160!) Umlcll hoiih v.trd. en
tho tiidht of Juno n MilOt'Od a ptoa
of not guilt t at hln iiimbrniiixii
voHioniuv bofora J not lot ii J. fjraj
ami w.ih i-ominlttrd to
bond of Sl.oOO for
hiarlntr JUIM Si.
m.m nn i ndfl nil' d l pou to M If
hull i krtfttotf,
fly Ami... 'n ! Pfaaj ftdJf- VV If
IVAflHINOTON. .f nt. 6 Tho
upremi court .f lha the Unlid
1 i haa i,i fi en Had npon lo do
Idl wlioirr Ololh i" I loihina utidot
Uo l"ovi t i. i t ib t ii Judft llanti
today franiad n wm .f atrof iinkofj
hj t tin ntt arfimtnf hi Iho raaa of th
Amoiii.in Woo Ion cotitponlM "f Woo
N ork and Mftoooohtiaatto nd Wll
i m ii) m wood, p ran I dan t of t iifo ;
corporotlona, wim o7ort ehftrvod wt'h
profHooring in lh -viir. off boiti off
'.i'h Tho writ ayaj ollOWOd oftOfl
Dltni of no nrdoi hi Podorol Juda
M.i' l f(m dilriK (hfl Indlrtinont on
Iho ground thoi Bloth Wtin oof wnr-
ims' opporol Tho writ thoroffora,
m hi nooo -in 1 to t in hlfffhoM
'tot t in t hi lond
LAFOLLETTE HOLDS LEAD
I 'oi l v I Iff;hl4 r- Noj Hrunlnf l ffrol
i n pjcaj foi I'ri ah It 10 ,
Htfl 'A' i ' llllio .i Si i itoi
Robot i M LoKollatti i aodlng In
(ho i ad i tiduin oii- ohlon being
tak' n otttoni th n on t bora ( lha
ponunlttm of m in r yuttoblo pomlt
ii in toi i ht i" -I'D ntldtl nomln i
Hon, or cord log lo iloiomonto t lha
party hoooNiuoHon loot niMhi Land
ero, promlnanl in Iho nommtlta
l a ni thoy kra f i on tntr upon Iho
mppori of thr LoKoftatia raptthtu
a oh, fnmii n, in ior and Iho non
port toon i :kuo iQomhoi iblp lhey
to not ontlolpota t hut Johnaon or
rorah Hin bolt th- ropuhlloon porty,
t hoy oojd
SAYS RAILS NEED
MORE THAN RATES
Houston Man Says In
crtMM Insufficient to
Meet Demands.
Tin
problem a,
i i. ,i
WASMffKHTON ,funa I Whib
urging Rubota nilaj rraighl t M a n
oraoooi tor lha ral toatlai Ii Ci
K'ttlhrighi ! Moo ion Trooa, rop
rooanttng iho gouthwaottrn lo
dtittrlol Traffic loagur told tho m
trritoto ,'oninoi. rommiaalon to
Ohv ihit rota lnrr laoo olona a7oill
Itut H'dVi- IhO nitlon'O f f iiifi. uta
lion prohlomi and ihai tor full l
o-r con I in raaat lal - 1 In ibr va t
I I tl I'l W.I 4 till. IH lUII ,
I till I I'll f I Dm ' O Ol I (ill
Mi r iibi laht d - laroa
tho in hoi lu i'im in , onl
tha rovonno prohiom uig third thi
Ioji prohlom 1't1 1 .i'ii 1 1 rotufl win
i ot foio tha 1 ibof ojuootlon ondt i
ii xlttlng condltlona. ho wild doctor
itff th.it iho condltlona ihoonoolvoo
Rvuat bo hongod
Tho fff off lha roOontta prohtom
Ilea in in' m ii k i fo roll rood ta
curl lira, Mr fulbrlghl void, and ii.
nraoaod ratoi wiii not nroftto a
nmrkal foi u 1 1 o i iioi uaalng
to tjix, Mr irulbrtghl aald Itivoot
Horn In tailrojol OOOUrltlOl wro b'j?
rb nod with a ho ivy Hit i III and uor-
mal lax whl h rod u cod tho rottim
00 Ibi Iny hi Mri.t to only 2 or 3
poi ot whtla municipal ooouHttoo
in, lihorty bondh largoly 0TOT0 tOX
fui and tnui gavo a groatof rottirn
t th Invootnr
DRIVE FOR COX IS BEGUN
IhwaHi i - Hni it. to if ot Harding
III Hi me Mule Of Ohio.
COtAt M l i it i", June I i
Now Ihnl in Ohloag hag l i n
thoan tha alandard in iter of lb
ii publican party, Ohbj daBioeraid
ara redoubling lhair affortg to oh
t.iin nmVthai to. nor foi the llnokcyi
irtgta iv havini Oovarflor Jaaiaj ,i
Cog aalaelod by lha I'm franebKio
oonvantlon aa u i" lu err.v the
atandard foi tin 11 p.irtv
No aoonct h.i'l r'etoiioi ll.irdin.t't
nonilnallng boon aaauaad tn.m
torini'i Qorarnor Jamag I-; Camp
lo ll, Ittl'l t i h I ' I llelelfille tit Ut'KO to
the dai i ttp- national nonvantloOi
bagan ,rPitratloii t cbjru'of let
lei to ill it I r.nie .lalsgatan act"
t.nv forth why rioveriior Coa ahould
to- nominal! a th Ban ITranclaco
eonvt nilon
,(Ooi Jamag M f'ix run chiv
t'hio whi ithr randldat run
match 'ion certainty with even .1
ft ili.ili:ltl ' the lettir . I . 1 1 r
LOSS IN LINDNER
FIRE IS $100,000
COMTINDHD PROM I'AOB nSK.
of 00 tar uaad by fftromoo vrgg
playad on tho lumbar yarn Intor
I I ittmtly a dozen moo roiholnod on
tho roof of th'- yard orotohtng for
l mgt ruufl RpOl anil buiutiiK em-
brrH
ror half OH hour .ill wntor thrown
I I I tb fir o apparontly had no pff
fii 'rio flioii-. :orid hiahor and
lilohai until it oppoarad tnot I hay
OOUld nut bo mnt rolled Thro ji J
RtrtOb "f whlttHh unioko nhot up
i'i the block ifnoho, ond byotondon
1 athjod 'hit aomot hlng might In
vcd HiortntoiM OUpOCtad thi
building to orumbto eomplotaly, hut
only a part off tho aaot orall frii.
1 in- 1 ri iko.
My nomr fruk tho liko of whlo'n
fio.jin ntiy OoaOtnpanlOO fir, torna
dOOO find OrtM of IlKhtnlna. hundiodnj
of unt il! H'lUHrr bftd of whifo OOpOf, (
,,, ih thouid.r and VANDERBILTS LOSE CASE
1.1ml
1 ornpnny
recently
with the
lirnhrtl.ly tineil
net at. 11 1 1 1 1 1
11,
Indnar offtca, were hiovvti out
Will lOW hv .1 (t int of wiml Od
i'i ir
'I nrtil
t he
Of
no! uii'Mir.l
they .oure
Uo
flull
nniok
'I for
heri
aav
I'til lolliillen. iil.unly vlnll
I The ftre gaa eaiiaad by apontan.
'.in combuatlon, according in thon
,uho were 011 Ihi BOOM firfii Whafl
In'' ggplOgJgg DvCUrrad one nf thi
I ..-orknteti whose nam w-nn got
ltarnd, rrawfad to ttie top r.f the
lagplodad nnk nnd ranfbvi 1 the . gp,
guia ntiTrewing the rap on another
iiink idjolnlng .t it" wna nararalv
t.urned
arm
Tin Lindnar oil oompwiy i eon
trot. 0,1 b the Conaiantln Refining
romj iny Oil aompdliy'g refinery
it rt Tuina bumd rueently.
natialng a lienvy damag whkh w
eoveri'l hy Innnrnnee. len'etiiv
inns w in gfao protoetra. 11
ni-r, In Whog BaMBa tho
wnfl t nnnij tel. only
Berd hln eotirteeti'in
flrni.
The aaOOJI 1 floor nf the f,lmlner
building Wa tife.l an nr. office, ttd
Ike flrn floor an a Btortg and dl
IrlbUIIng place for lubrlruihig ollr.
PBNIACOLA, Kin . Jun 15 -Steps
to exterminate rntn In every
Piorld port hay h.en orrlerett hy
the Mate hoard of health nn a re
ntilt of a death here from what lo-
oal offlalala belfay to have heen
bubonl plnKoe. It wan nnn'itn'"ef
h re totilghl Health oftlelabi (aid
lure hi'l l.een no more rnnen (11a-
covered here
New Y'trk Mlftgg DacddPa AirtilnM
Tlwm Iii l.nnltatiln Slnkliift.
I nkw TOfiK, juna 15. ifupremi
iCourt Juntlce M' Avoy today decided
legaMel the exerutnra of Alfre I
tlwynne Vandei hilt. who an'
IdroWMd In the Bink.nu of the bOM
t.mla in 1015 In their milt lo ft
rover g I B 0. 000 on accident lnnnr-
am e policies
The executorn conteniled that re
wan "acldentnlly drowilgd." The
Juntlce ntated that nn the Vgggal WW
gunh.by instructions of tiu- orman
aovertiment Mr Vandcrhllt deith
"njlliai In a itroard nenne he ron'eae'l
to be the re iilt of war."
Pullman Men Back,
KANSAS CITY, June 15. All tha
employ of the PuMmi gompany
car niiilntenance department hero
who yenterduy ttilt Work have r
Ittygad nnd are working tnday, n
OOrdlnf to ti. I,. Arthur, district bu -
! prlntndnt ol the Pullman com
pany here.
Robert . Mcfllmey.
Knneral IHrei tor I'hone i.flfl,
!o J South Muln - Advt
IP ' I' i WW III Ml
I lot CT TTTC
Weather i3 U 1 I J
That Pay For Themselveg in Genuine Comfort
Tu lay nothing about the two or
throe season nf service,
Suits of the Finest Tropiral Worsted
Fabrics and best grade Pain
Beaches.
Very finely tailored perfect fitting
and in a wide variety of color
shades.
Won't you let us show you th" real
merit of Holmes Summer Clothes
also the extreme low pricings. No
obligation on your part.
Holmes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN
In style and quality
Clapp shoes stand alone
IN THESE days of high prices both merchant and con
sumer arc frequently tempted to buy cheap goods. But
wiu'ii we see the goods we realize that today cheap goods
are cheaper than ever and good goods are more valuable.
That only good quality is worth the price you pay. That is
why we have such high regard for Edwin Clapp footwear,
and why wc commend them to you.
NKW styles, fine leatherSj easy fitting shapes for men
ami young men. BngUflh, modified English, straight
and combination lasts of kid, kangaroo, calf and cordovan
leather! of the best selected stock. Fitted by shoe men who
know just how to fit every shape foot. Prices $18 up.
Other good oxfords at $12.60 up. White Nile cloth oxfords
at ?tl and $12.
After the Show Refresh Yourself at the
CANDYLAND
Most Elaborate Soda Parlor in the State
One Door South of Majestic Theater
South Main
Tulsa'
Finest
Men's
Store
. White Oxfords
The drossiest f u ot
wear for summer,
nothing is quite so cool
or comfortable a n d
they're econom Leal,
too. The kind we sell
will wear almost as
well as the all-leather
kinds and they're only
$8.50
r.n.;iiii in,- mm straight laal style
White High Shoes
$10.00
lit
I..B
tW iwl.i n -alr
rothers
Si
Vggl
'a.-.y .. i
gga ma y'-'
l.lll lllnler
pi atm!uary
cakjL
START
a Suring Account
and BECUEE .
ONE OF THE88
a
Sarings Banks
ipL cam. am.
Lightly smooth en the skin with
satiny WYLDEWOOD Carnelia
Talcum. Thus you retain thi
bath's grateful coolness through
hours ot grilling heat. Ytu have
not known that any talcum could
he so delightful SO lastingly cool
ing! The pretty frosted jar is
worth fifty cents at your dniR
1f.t's. Enjoy it today!
Certified tor Hunts bv
ALKXANPKR nRUC. CO.
' (Wyldwood Lgbafgtoriril
Package to inaKc large loaf or
Ihrc.. layer cake. t.cniim or
Vanilla, She, ivuiv Kood.
richly spiced ami rboonlale,
in. aii leading iciiKvn.
CAMEL! A
TALCUM
Always GetThe Best
and in com flakes.today
there's only one 'best
Post Toasties
A food of top-notch
excellence,
Looks different and
tastes different from
ordinary corn flakes
Better flavor, firmer
texture and greater
eating satisfaction
Post Toasties are in great
er demand than any other
corn flakes at a grocers'
Made by
Postum Cereal Co.Jnc. Battle Creek.Mich.
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