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COX WILL SPEAK
TO SHILOH CLUB
He Will be Guest of Honor
at Annual Picnic of
Gem City Friends
Will Deal In Reminiscences
of Stato Career; Not to
Sec Vice Ceremony
' DAYTON, Ohio, Aug. 2, Gover
nor Cox, democratto presidential
candidate, will bo the guest of honor
tomorrow and deliver an address nt
tho. annual picnic of the Gem City
democratic club of this city at Shtloh,
near here. The Governor said ho
did not expect to dlsouga national
politics but would deal principally
with rcmtnlsccnsos of his state
Stays at Dcfllr.
'k Tho governor spent today close at
a desk at his newspaper office"
hero trying to reduce piles of un
answered correspondence. He also
considered further aid toward rati
fication of tho woman suffrage
amendment by the Tonncsjee legis
lature. Mrs. deorgo Doss, chairman
of the woman's bureau of the demo
cratic national committee, has re
ported, tho governor said, that pros
pects for ratification In Tennessee
wero unfavorable. Tho governor Is
expecting a report on tho exact line
up on tho legislature late this wcolc
from personal representatives.
Not to Attend Ceremony, t
Governor Cox announced definitely
today that he would not be ablo to
attend tho vice presidential notifica
tion ceremonies for Franklin D.
JHooscvclt. at Hydo Park. N. Y., Au
gust 9.- Besides Important confercn.
ces with party lcadors remaining
over hero after tho presidential
notification event next Saturday, it
was understood Govornor Cox wished
to lot Mr. Roosevelt bo tho principal
democratic flguro at Hyde park.
Several Talismans wero received
today by Governor Cox from admir
ers, who hoped their tokens would
. augument -Cox luck" during the
campaign. Among them were his
rlo telegraph receiving n"lru,
nts. sent by Commodore B. C.
,tt of New York, a friend or
formt Prosldont Grover Clove anu,
JlS id they were used by Mr. Clew
land in receiving returns of his elec
tion and also by President Wilson
.. for bo"h of his successful election
Tulsa County Tally
of Primary Election
V Dickey (r) J J
O. ..!.,... IA .1 1481
S TIIrriv A ..i 117
$ Dowltn (r) JS
: Hooker (d) 16S7
- Whltolcy (d) 749
V County Clerk.
Illgglnson r) 673
j Lawson (r) .729
; Weavor (d) 183
C Roosonover (d) A oil
: Harvoy (r)
Porter (d) ., 2309
Tlngley (r 1164
Collins (A) 1567
Smldloy (d) . .' 774
Yeargaln (r 300
Pctctclnlr (r) 192
McCuIlough (r) 65
Bayes (r) 316
Mf-onnr (dl 358
Woollcy (d) 1300
Reynolds (d) r. in
MacQueen (d) . j 560
Toaso (d) f. .... 209
McMner (r) 1260
Hedges (d) 2418
j Mason (d) 717
Banister (d) 694
v , Commissioner No. 1.
Bryant (r) 16fi
Taust (r) 47
Orlffoth (r) 73
Wooden (d) 371
Hedgecock (d) 90
Chrlstlo td) 49
Commissioner No. 2.
Bhort (r) 893
Rlchlo (1) . 1590
Commissioner No. 3.
Glllman (r) 122
Spttznagle (r) . 31
North (d) 231
Because they know
its uoodnes3 of its
food value and know of the absolutely
sanitary conditions under which it is made
They know too tkat Southern
Maid Syrup has a "flavor you
LABOR MAN HOPES
HARDING WILL WIN
CONTINUED FIIOM PAOU ONH.
storo confidence In this country.
I know Senator Harding Is a renl
man from whom labor will nlwnyit
get a snuare deal without any blare
of trumpctn or brais bands.
"I hao hf-ard a good deal of var
ious lenders who arp going to de
liver tho labor vote this year, hut
I want to say that nobody will de
liver It. Iabor Is thinking as never
before, and Is going to vole to suit
Itself, In 1916 I was awny from
home and lout my vote, but If I hned
there I would have voted for Wilson.
But tho democratic party has slnco
then lost Its clnlm for confidence of
the country. Wfl must restore popu
lar confidence In our government In
order to put nti end to tho unrest
that exists. The fact Is that tho
world Is In n bad Bcrapo, and If the
United States does not keep Its feot
on the ground the world can't.
"I deal with irll the nationalities
exrept Asiatics In our organization
nnd I Jtnow that there U a general
dcslro to get away from entangle
ments with European concerns.
There In a good deal of apprehension
among tho men, lest conditions
which they observe In Eurnpo may
reach here. They nro determined
to avoid anything of that kind If
"It seems very plain to mo that
labor must support the republican
party this year. If the democrats
should win tho government would
be turned over to tho control of the
solid south nnd the machine-dominating
democratic states of tho
"The solid south will be the domin
ant rnrtner nnd tho south has been
utterly reactionary In Its attitude
toward labor. It Is completely out
of step wltr modern attitudes to
ward such questions as women In In
dustry, child labor, limited hours
of labor, employers' liability and the
"Former Senator Bailey Is cam
paigning for tho nomination for
govornor In Texas, with tho open
shop as his platform. I have never
asked for the absolute closed shop,
but I certainly could not assent to
the view that tho southern democ
racy takes tho problem of labor."
Harry M, Daugherty, Senator
Harding's prc-convcntlon manager
and a member of tho campaign exe
cutive committee, also called on tho
candidate and later .Issued a state
ment detailing what he said was the
"Insldo" story of George H. White's
election as democratic national
W. Y. Democrats
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y..
Aug. 3. Governor Alfred R. Smith
was unantmously acclaimed as tho
candidate for re-election by tho
unofficial democratlo stato con
vention tonight. Alhough conven
tion leaders had decreed that there
should be no designation or rec
ommendation of candidates at the
fall primaries, on a roll call the
counties for an expression of
opinion, "Alfred E. Smith," was
the only response.
CONTINUED FIIOM PAOB ONH.
vnto la token from semi-official ro
turns, as are figures on' other races.
LIFE INSURANCE SERVICE
The Aetna Life
was. the first com
pany to put Disabil
ity Clause in its
ATNA Life Insurance Ca
Iemtiou noafcentau Rene!
Osage 1705 for apjxfrdmonfo
. Tkct' -J III I W
or ffBspw ; ' . Aitcratiom Notinctuacd , -ii - $
k L 1 Hundieds of smartly tailored Palm Beach Suits com-
'rMlvk ML prise this extraordinary reduction event. You'll find
here a goodly selection of these lightweight fabrics of
Vvy 11111 ' ' fered in the newest colors and latest models.
can't forget ' and won't forget
when you want more syrup.
PACKED ONLY BV
DOTI LAN SYEUP COMPANY
GRIFFEN-G00DNER GROCERY CO.
WHOLE! ALE DUTEIBUTOU
Practically as many precincts art
quoted In the Fcrrls-Uoro race as
arc shown In the county, but on
congressional nnd othor races there
are. only three or four prerlnctts
which were counted. This accounts
for the appsrrnt llgnt voto on othet
than county offices with the excep
tion of tho democratlo senatorial
Counting was stopped nt mid
night lnt night, td bo resumed this
morning. Only 37 out of 65 precincts
had been counted, or slightly more
than half. There as considerable
delay In starting tho counting.
In addition to tho;o who sought
renomlnatlon, It appears that tho
county has either nominated or
?lven a majority or plurality to the
O. a. Wravcr, democrat, county
William McCullough, republican,
T. A. Chandler, republican, con
gress. K. B. Howard, democrat, con-i
O. R. Thraves, democrr.t, corpo
N, H. Graham, democrat, state
H. Bee Guthrcy, democrat, state
Scott Ferris, democrat, United
Yesterday's primary was singu
larly free from personal encounters
which usually nceompany a pri
mary after such spirited campaigns
on tho part of several candidates.
Whether the quietness In this re
spect was due to tho presence of
uniformed pollcemon, whether the
day was too warm for physical ex
ertion which accompanies personal
combats, or If voters wero merely
lukewarm over the primary. Is not
a matter of record. Tho fact re
mains, however, that there wore not
even tne usual number of word bat
ties, which are harmless.
In the downtown districts tho wo
men's vote wan extremely light. It
was not considered hravv even In
tho residential sections. Tho Gore
Ferris race was considered tho most
Important among local politicians,
yet a visit to many of the nreclnet
polling places revealed cractlcally
io discussion or these two. candl-
nnirs. ixicni neaaquaners or bow
candidates were confident of vic
tory. Gores headquarters claiming
success by a much less margin than
that of Ferris.
VOTE IS HEAVY
OVER THE STATE
CONTINUED rnOM PACE ONB.
nomination for United States "ens
tor, according to roturn" received
Thirteen precincts out of 31 In
Atok county returned rr!s 211
ana ooro 16. Early and scattered re
turns In Craig, Comanch and Carter
counties favored Ferrl".
The first five nr"clnct to report
In Oklahoma county give: Ferris E68:
Two precincts out of 31 In Cana
dian county give: Ferris 152, Oore
Ten complete precincts out of 77 In
Oklahom county give: Frrl 1,30I:
Gore 294. Eight precincts out of)37
In Okmulgee county glv": Ferris 190;
One of tho largest primary votet
In tho history of th rit-,rr-
, . , - , , ,,, , an
C.hniro nf Htir P.ntiro S
ill , . . . , : is
,LSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4,
1 1 ports Indicated, duu lurgrly u i
fart that women participated In a
stato election today for Uio first
time. Election workers, faced ait
enormous task when the polls closed
at 6 o'clock In thn rural illtrfrt
and an hour Inter in towns ami
The Ooro strength, It was' eald at
pollttc'il hcadquartera here, will nut
coma out until late as It lies In the
rural precincts. City precincts have
been counted as favurublo to I'liil.
Duo to the fact that In many
counties Interest centered In locul
.contests for county offices, tho bond
of tho ticket was not being counted
until the Inst and results In tho (sin
alorUI racu nnd In contents for cor
poration cflmmiailonrr fnm such
coudtlrs cannot bo expected until to
morrow, I'ew returns wero received hero
on tho. republican senntorlnl contest
imt there wan no itvltentlnn as to
who had won tho nomination.
When tabulators rtnrtrd their
work of counting the vote following
the .closing of- the polls, they prob
ably faced the biggest tnsk ever con
fronted in a state elocllon, as Indi
cations were that the vote had Wen
one of tho heaviest In the state's
history, dun to participation of
women for the first tlm. Tbnt there
would be delayed In semn counties In
completing the tabulations wns indi
cated In reports from Ardmore thnt
women members of precinct boards
were showjrtg fntlgiie nnd thn count
ing might bo resumed Wednesday,
OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug. 3.
Forty-seven precincts out of 89 'n
Oklahoma county. Including Oklu
homo City, give: Ferris 7,110! Ooro
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 3.
Eleven preclnrts In Wood county
give: Frrla 17 J; Gore 220. Six pre
cinct' out of 47 In Lincoln county
give! Ferris 365: Gor 03. MInco In
tlrady county gives: Kerrls 96; (loro
80. Seventeen precincts In Grady
tho only ones not rportlng.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 3.
county give: Ferris. 1.422: "ore 888.
Visitors to New York
are cordially invited to view
our exhibit o Diamonds,
Sapphires, Pearls and Emeralds
in Artistic Platinum Settings,
E. M. GATTLE & COv
PLATINUMSMIT1IS - JEWELERS
630 FIFTH AVENUE
' Opposite St. Patrick's Cathedral
On rrioin. at Fourtli f
Thlrtl'in prollncts out of 32 In Al
fnlfa county shows Ferris 167 Gore
138. Klvvun precincts Onrvlit county
give Ferris S2; Gore (13, Nineteen
precincts out of 33 In Washltn
county give Ferrln 679 Gore 479.
OKLAHOMA. CITY. Aug. 3
nnfflclnl returns from 114 precincts
eight precincts In Hughe county
give Ferris l,S73, oon, 1,350. rue
vot" ws so heavy In the country ex
tra bnllols had to be prlnt'd for five
precincts, These wero distributed In
nn nlrplnne ordered from Okmulgee,
nnd dellverey was made by dropping
ih'm from the plan in fiehis wnicn
had been previously designated by
the county election bord.
Ml'HKOlIKi:, Aug. 3. Seven pre
cincts In Adqlr county glvo Ferrl"
437, Gure SSI,
KItAWNHI-3, Okln., Aug. 3. -Seven-ten
pr'clncts out of 83, l'ottwa
tomle county give! Ferris 778, Gore
11AHTLKHV1LL12, Aug. 3. One
Dewey precinct gives Ferris 22; Gore
17; Chandler 16; Mnbore 9.
HAUTLKSVILLK, Aug. 3. One
precinct In llnrtlesvlllo glvs Welly
82, Cnd IT.
AHDMORE, tKla.. Aug, S. -Eighteen
precinct" out of 47 in Carter
county glvo: Ferris 1.C24; Oorc 907.
Many precinct boards were report
ing Into tonight that women members
were growing. fMlgucd nnd that lh
counting would bo 'resumed to
morrow. SHAWNEE, Okla., Aug. 3. With
31 precincts out of S3, Ferris hs
1.7G4 and Gore l,S4l In Pottawa
llOltAKT, Okla., Aug, 3. Return"
from 31 precincts out of a total of
37 In Kiowa county give Ferris 1,393;
Oor 73S Small country precincts
OKLAHOMA "1TY, Aug. 3.
Fourteen precincts out of 32 In Com
ancho county, Ui homo county of
both rlvnU glv Ferrl" 977: Gore 889.
- V ; S
(Three of nine city precincts give Fer
rls 440: Ooro 128. Flvo precincts out
rof 38 Coal county give; Ferris 366
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 3 Might
eclllCtS In IleilVer ennntv rrli.ti nnrn
'271. Ferris 201. Six precinct" In Onr
mld cminlvi Pnprl. left- Rfi
fTwenty.onn precincts In .Inckson
uumuy (;ive: i rrrm i.isbj "ore S.
r.ignr precincts creek county: Ferris
231: Ooro 17ft. .
MttHKOOHH. Allir. 3 Vwenlv.
eight out of 31 pryrlncts In Mnyts
county glvo Ferris G95, "ure 6114,
Ml'SKOGKU. Anir. 3. Klubl nr-
clnet" out of 24 In Muskogee county
Including HuHiert, n Gore utronchold.
give: Ferris 483: Gore 327.
rn'riineo rounty hs been con
ceded to Gore.
OKMmXlKK. Aug. 3. Twenty.
outside of Oklahoma county of the
Special Sale of
-Wool and silk. '
-Children's and women's.
-Tho whole summer Btock in
cluded. -Regularly from $7.00 to $25.00.
Sweater Section Second Floor
Tight or looso'knee
Ojien or qlosed gore , . -
; All sizes '. ,
. v if Regularly $1.50 " i v
To close out at $1,19 ' ;
t Knit Undcnvear Section Second Floor '
20 Off on All Women's and Misses' Shoes
Women's Wash and Silk Dresses 14 Price h
Wash Skirts Every Kind at Reduced Prices A
' v Now Store Honrs During; July and August:
Week Days, Open 8 n. m., Closlnit nt 8 p. m. Saturday, Open at 8:30 a. m., Closing at CtSO
because ojf cost .to
health or purse, they
"There's a Reason
Dancing, tlio Kllilr of Ltto
TjCMona dnlly and vvenlngM, It
jou ran walk Ou can bo
Kennedy Muhr Aaleinlej
2 708 In the stato' give: Fiirrls 13,
2S0 Gore 3,978.
OKLAHOMA CtTY, Aug. 3.
Clinton, In Custer county, gives;
Perrls 3S Oore 88.
Twenty. four preclnrts In Tillman
county give Ferris 104; Goro 878.
Eleven precincts out of 23 In liove
county gives Ferris 1,448; Goro t78,
Partial returns In Henryetta give,
Krrtls 139: Goro 8.x, Fourteen pro
flue ts In Washington elunty give.
Ferris 304: Gore 20ft.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 3.-
Yukon Cnnadnn county, gives Ech
ols 39 Thrnve.i 31; Hughes 2t
Ewlng 1 for corporation com
missioner. Carney precincts Lincoln
county gives: Ferris 2B, Ooro 12.
Flvo precincts Creek county gives
Ferris 218, Gore 84, Two precincts
out of 3) Canadian county glvd for
congress: Jones 09, Thomas 84,
Hennessey 2. Gcnsmar. (republican)
Tho system of merchandise elenranco V
In effect during tho month of August
cnlls for tho lmmedlo. disposal of all t
Not tho least important of tho series
of sales will bo tho Immediate sale of
theso fifty smocks nt a very reduced h
Lineno and crope In pink, rose, blue,
green and brown, t ,
Smart, comfortnblo garments some '
beautifully embroidered others plain.
Sizes from 14 to 40. i
Regularly $4.00, $5.00 and $5.60. 'f
Choose at $3.45
, Bmock Section Syoond Floor
Wool and silk.
Womena or Children's. , ,
Regularly from $3,00 to. $10.50..
natlUng Suits Second Floor
Women's Pink Munsing Unionsuits , $
fember of tlio Tnlsa Open Shop AsocUUon.
Summer Excursion Fares
North and East
Ni.f r Fall,
(TImm Ivn do not Uclada rr lu)
Train No. 10 Waves Tulta 0:05 pm arrival Saint Louit 7i53 am ecu
ncctlng with through can to principal northern and atern retort!)
alo with train which arrlvo Chicago befora 5:00 pro.
Far additional taformatloa pboaa 04 writ
E. O. Blttncr, Pai.eni er Agent, Fritco lino,
6j 207 Donlal Building, Tul, OltU.
All kinds of
Clock nnd Kwlw
Wntclio n pnlreil.
Clocks railed for
R, B. L PHILBRIGK
S. Ji Cor. Second
.PTT1, " " S
COlOMAL l)IHt(3 COSII'ANY.
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