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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1020
SECTION-A.'
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Warding Is Easily Favorite
'''! fWith Women Voters of Tulsa
I'IjiVdiiiK IWtor Man
iiind Has HiKhcr Stand
i'ij aVds',' Says Ohioan
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OPPOSED TO LEAGUE
I
'Crowned Ilradn of I'.urope
if" iriitl Ameiica Need to
.j He liumpcd"
f To -t mi Idea i.f how niu'li inter
lenmen .ire taking In national
ifeoiltil. ,uid Hu ll i hull c for preaj
j(H"i Y Wmid rri'tcfl'titatlva thla
jttiek timet vh wed lull Tula women
tircnlin nil lw . Q4t"ty
Mjunifi. piiifraalonal omMi, btlil-
fp rnn anil wnrklnu girl, unit
fMt iC t hem iwn uHiiona.
whom will vnu volt for preal-
firi'"'?
wiii von of i n me mil rnein-
TK Of V "lit I it.l Iv din?
Niilnl'i mill uii made In "pad"
lh.e ni ii i tnl the reporter waa
l)i nc ii i nf lit- olinral faith In
tij 1 1 ii (i i n ' i nir itunini t
ifonthi.1 fink- . l cxnraaaed ihelr
Uilli iifinti of ..iifialna; the ilHhl of
Iff U". imi "l thla Mulnlivr the
i-iiinnt l,i , favored tha rapub-
ji i j i iIhi r i Miiriount In may
U . 1 1 . i i ii I . Hum, 17 hi '.
fT cl i h id nut i made up (heir
II till u. .mi ii wliii huvt' not
ft ouutit iiimIiiiiv imiii ll unit are
III ip'imHiI in voting, immliril
IE and n wie nir n'IUlMl lo ol.
tlnr ; t,n.. . r..- II...
rtifolhn if ii nic i p ii lil Iim im. !i urn
rsmofnte mid the remainder Mllhur
l c jif) nun outa In the family wt
p c ij(i nr.i hti.m tlii'ir pnlltlca
l Ail'Oip men folk of Mm 17 who
si II vji'r fur f o nri" ilomoeintH wllh
IT iippiinn of one whtmo huibtind
It a ttpuhlu tin
? A .f...... I I. ...I ....... A-
"Tt' iiini"i in M'unrii null ii'iy in--
WlPilKliuK i iii the "f.illh Unit waa
tj thfm ' uimii: I lio reaanna k'Ivcu
" 0tt'K were Hi" following:
Mr I, (I MorKtin. "I am from
ifiT'"'v n'm" v"'" fnr
l 111 rd (tin I luivo niTii Mr. 'ox. it I
HUiilrd luo of hli Itiiitiitirnl li;ill.
M4d ivtlpmlcil t'fhi ml with lili (laiiKh
JJl, hilt I onn.ilri Hint of tllh two
mir-iliiK i tlm hfitrr iiiiin mini linn
IJj" IiIkIi" tuiinilnr'lH "
.mi .'lui'iiy ! iiii.inpii i Qliuil
(c lor ll.irt.linu ntn) thr n-puMlriin
' ! k ' in i me I thltiit h l thr nM
til. I I ill 1 1 I Cl i I lim oppilMi ll to
'Ii- M .if"" of onllot.H I liVl- I"""
tuillti( i l.i' imhir i frir fonii. titoi
iirnl ficl lltal for the I'"! In'i-rintn
of our country mutt not entnr ilio
lrilli."
At in Hnwiurd .loyi "I urn from
'ihio ami know Nfr. I'm Thai' why
I nlmll vutn fur lUrrtliiK roilld not
rin oilmrwl Hfir living In "hlo i
Ion n W dirt anil nin-lnB thf i-ffn I
if Ml fliXH rtlll, I'Hpf'i IlllV III M'
nut in 1 1 i i '
Mlai llrnn. M MiniW.m. ownrr
Atntrh'in llnutv Hhop I mo ilrrrl
f tho Wilton itmlniti iiiioo nti.1 If
I'Og xttll In It Will In inn'ili illy the
twin thirty ovtr mriiti
ill )tIII' fltiluy, homo frvrf
entiiry, Itt-il t'ron. ' I .iro Kolor;
to voir (or llardlnK thouh I m a
rtotnorrhi and n ia my huahand t
think lii'f'l n rhanga of mlitllnla
trallnn "
Mrv. I". Ilantlall. in thf fui iltpnr(
ment of tha Matle Umli hop "1
will mil fnr llatillna pvcry tlina. I
Mm aolote litfuk lo inv Iioiiih in Mar
ooul. Mo , lo vole nr'aua I havt
not IIvimI hr Iiiiin i-nou(h to vota.
I inn vity inttrh of a rapuhlli-an.
Tlinro hna nar Itean a ilnnorrst In
on i family "
Thru- womt-n In )ailaral ayalam of
hnkarlaa tin Weal Third' "I ain't
uln' lt vnt fot anyone I will Xmn
It to my hiiahitnd A woman ahnittd
alay liolntr and laka rare of hr man
II la nil rlaht for a woiti.in to voir
If ahr la n widow " "Nellhar Mill I
MoIiik to volo. I, lit Hie ni"n ito tit
viilltut " ii to not Inti'i-mli'il In
volln! "
.Milliner I rour not ivpii votina
much thonrht luo uiian I haven't hint
tlii" limp I don t think I will voti' "
Alra I'luiilfa .1 Allen: "I am vt-
Ins for llnrdlnis' 1 unnatder lilm na
ithlu n man tin Clin, it ml he will Klva
lia the liettrr fml of the prohibition
t Itforuemrnl.''
Mlaa Woihlo Hnpprit, oil repotler:
I (in Vr not ili't'lilrrt how I aliiill votr.
Tho nii'inht'ia of my fntnlly ni"
drinni rutlr nnd I think Cox la the
tirnl in, in, Init I Hill oppoieil til th
leiiiiue of ri.it Ion anil 1 think Hie
W'llitnn iidmlnlNtrntloi line got thtitKa
rather In u tneaa "
Mim KllrntX'th Itetmctl: "I nm fir
1 1 ii nil ni: In mimo he la the tl niaii.
mill HKalnnt ("ox. Iioniiiao I dlallke
hla t'oiiiierllnn with 'wit' pollllra nnd
people, nnd heiiume I am oppoeeil
to our endnnxiTliiR' our life na n nn
Moll by ('iitiitmliiiK oiiraelvt'a In ihn
leu Kii r nf ii.illonn "
(llrl In iniiale at ore 'l don't think
m i 'Im k I .1 . , ' 1
I a'ftlil poll'O n nn I 'Ion I wnnt to 1 i
tl i who i . ' t v .'i If n i'
Mit'M Iii ill i .''in. re, ii I mjji
'woman. I will vote for JlardlnK
Oil atiae I aiw loo iniieh of the ef
firta of the WiiMort ndtninlatrntion
when wna in m Work In Wiiahlfi
ton, I), f. My r.ithTa pnllllriil alia
ainnre haa heen H iiulolean."
Mlaa Iloann, titiran "I am
demoirat but will vnta fnr HarrtlnK
lieiaitaa tha ornwnerl haada, both In
Ktiropa And In the Unltait Hlaiaa m "d
to be biinipeil W tU'd a. ehatiKe
and throttafi llnrdln la tho only wuy
to Ret It "
Mr Ida Knmmara, far llardlnn
"A I'ttlf wimltimi aenae and your
pmrll and vu will know fot whom
lo mil. We will have belter inn'"
until i a repol'll' an ndmliilatriiimti
we iilwnv" do hte My huatt.'llid
and Von all iepiillii'na."
Mauled woman 'I'm Pol Inlet
i alt "I In vi.HiiK, I I'M thoea who
want in i" I" I' I don't tare Any
thin atioitt it " i
Mie M ulite Bhlrkey, liidy tfller
Klral National "I'm not vntlnic, I'm
no attffratelte I don't huve Ulna.
I don't want tn I don't have time
In keep Informed "
Mlaa Hertle TldPOW "I have not
had lima In lve II a thought I have
hem an httav I dm neither demo
crat tmr republlon. Ilava not bn-J
(Una to atudy It and Aim'i think t
Will vote Don't even Know the la
uea or plaiforma '
Mra Veade I'll', wire or ine pne
tor of the l''li" 'hrlatl,in ehurrh.
"I lae not deelded how I am noliiK
in nie Theie are an many laauea at
alakr that It la difficult to make n
det'leloli."
Mi II I'. ftuth, tiumr "I nae
not ileelrled I voted tha itfltllt Wllo
ticket when In another alnln at tha
Ittjit iirealileoil.il election, mil I no
,...i i... iii,i. in the IriiKUp of natlona
and I think we need a rhnnga of
ndmlnlattntlon " ...
XIra. W I Bchultf "Yea, tnoeen,
I ahall votr for llardlnc, though my
htuband la a democrRt anil Ipteriili
to vote fot fox It la lha only dif
ference of opinion that we have.
My father w.ia a repuMlenn."
A milliner In the Marin lAi
alum' "I nm nlnf to vote, for fox.
tiermtae I want llooaevell for vle
prenldent, I like hla prlnrlplea All
the men in my fntnlly nre demo
crafa "
Mra P M tltltner "I ahall vole
for fox hecanae he la on Hi" aide I
believe In All tnv people and f it"
era before me' liavo been demurrata '
A piarlleal nnree mill widow "I
Jlial wl'h I rou Id ote lull I can't
liecniiBe I ha Jii"t cntne hrrt If I
could vole I would tie fur HarilltiK
I ntn nKiin-t 'be le,n,up of tmlloiia
and a x publie m '
j,trH t' i' i "1 will vnta for
i I r i' e i i l . I- l i '
.., l ,n Hit, i i, i. I
i mhi' oi'io thiiif be haa dona for
'tn w-.l'-l are t,f,t llpioe, .1 1 f ,
lerk In Jenkins mualc atore "I
will vole for Harding My father
wa a ri ptilillraji and a ifmperanie
man, and I could not vote for fux
lieeauae of hit vpn on ll'luor "
I'r Ida Ixivmati ! do not ton-
nlder the platform nf ilthsr party
na atrong tie it mind or ehould na.
bin I r . ii 11 not do otharwlto bill vote
fot Minima beiatian of llU tilimd
and that of the republican party on
tne leigiie ot natlona The league
of natlona la lha vital laaue I or
Amcnra lo entar Hie leaeua would
be the irraaloat rluinlly in our hla-
lorv Mv fathor la a repunllran ami
mv hull nnd ote the tlijiet when
'he iiindldiitea and pl.itfutma .ire
what they ahoiild he "
Mra Hemic Thorn nanri ptinoa-
rapbar, " ahll vol for C. he
mime T think hit la a more dilive
im'Beter nnd haa done more thlnK'i
ban Harding I do not bellee in
tha league of natlona. hut Harding
haa never taken a atiorijr atand on
'be ubrit My huahand la very
much of a republican hut he will vole
for ( 'ox thla year."
llouaewifa I'm for llnrdlne I
don t believe In having a divorced
man tn the while hnuae aand In the
hlgheat offlre in our land. My hue
hand la a republican and my father
democrat.
Hi hool trnchet : "My vote will he
emit for Harding hecanae. 1 believe in
hla rxillclea and the reputillran plat
form My father la a democrat "
Mrt o T .lohnaon, Salvation
Army. "1 won't vota at all. 1 dun l
believe In women mixing In politic."
A eig.ir K'nnil air! nnd not rciila-
tered though ahe hna lived hern the
pai' two e,ira. Hhc did tint know
how ahe waa uning In vole If aha did
decide to, but would probably votn
na her frlemla told her to "
.Mra. Virginia 1 tic bar da. proof-
ranker- "I know Cox la wet. but I
am a democrat at hrt and I don't
hellfUn In tile retmhllrati prppplei
I would not voir) for him If I thought
I w i l.i 1 r eld ' 'I T i tl I lie
w. i le ti ) lie m i I o i p n' e
hanye Uie prohibitlt n law or ait on,
"ii -ijbjut of In leimiip ..f nafiniii
with n reputdban congrea." !
Mlaa Jennie K Iteam, aecreiiry.
iount lied froaa "Harding la my j
eholie beraUM' he la the moat fll"d
(or the offl "
Milliner: "I am voting for Hard 1
Ing bwaiiee I think he ,la the heat
man. I have nt decided about Uie
other nandtdatea for offb p "
Mm K. 1, Aklna, flnanclnl neere
lary, Hrat Itaptiat church, "I ahall
not vote al all I cannot make my
aelf believe In It It la itgoltiat all my
beliefs for year I ran not help hut
feel that that It la a inan'a bualneaa.
I'crhap Mime day I ahall cliutiKc my
mind "
tiaundrraa. lah' Wiy laundrv, ' I
am n"t g'dng to m I am not
Inlareeted In It la all right fori
'hoae who are Ini-rea'ed. nnd who
belltve In It I don t rtad anything
about pollllra nand 1 don I know
anything about It axiept wh.it I
hear "
Luwtnii Companu Filrs
for 7;)-ccnl Gm Rate
My A erlitp.l I'rpai i"at wl-i
nKWIIiiMA i'ITV, Sept 11 -The
I-awton (lua and Klertrlr com
pany thla nflerpnoti filed with the
atatc i ot poratlrin commlBlon an ap
plication for iv temporary order a
tabllahlng a 7'i-eent gaa rite in M.
Ion from Sfpteinhpr I .'i until a per
manent nrdei Ii lua ird
Will Perform Autopsy
On Olive Thomas'' of
PAttlH, Hept II - An HUtnpoy will
he performed Monda on the body
of tilt v Thumaa, the Atuerlrnn mo
tion picture actrea.i who died Krlday
In tint Amerlciin hoapllal at Neullly.
It waa announced tonight. The au
toay will be under thu direction of
the pollen.
OFFER COURSE RAINS HURTING T''tJ'iIZnTn
rnn r 1 1 rvri I r
H IK 111 iS lUIJYMnrh of Oklnhomn'a Cotton Has
J Jl- cm uls l ,(rl.n (.ppiy ihimnKcil Arcoril-.
. i Itu; to Wliltclitirt'a Hcjiort.
PctroliMiin Enjrinepring
Will Be Taught by
Tulsa Y. M. C. A.
Announcement waa made, by A. C.
Ilnerlng, education aeereUry of the
V. M. V A.. Haturday. that a couraa
In petroleum engineering would he
offered hv the Y. At C A. aehoola
thla fall. The courae haa baen ealiih
llahed In rwponae to A ceneral de
mnnd, and vylll take tha plareif tho
enuiae In oil geology which 1 been
given hprptoforo.
The new ooiirre will bo under the
llieetlnn of .1. J. Doyle, of the rpo
Pr AinoctttP.l Pf fitate wit
OKIiAIIOMA HITV, Hept. 11
Kecent exceaalvo ralna havo r-everely
damafipil much nf the cotton In
Oklahoma,. In tho eaaUrn third of
tho atatn and along tho northern
border of the cotton section, however
the damnrfn hn not been no great.
Theae reporta wero contained In the
weekly crop letter laaued till, after
noon by John A. Whltchurat, presi
dent of the ntuto hoard of nurl
ctilttire. "Moat of the cotton aeetlon la much
loo wet and damage from continued
ralna la becomlnR cumulnttve," the
letter atalei. "Kunalilne nnd warmer
weather nro badly needed. There
nro repoita or rotting nous, rum.
Harbccuc
A barhequn will he held . ri,. ,h
ntjsptcrfl of tho Men a , m,, '
mett, composed ef the .r t v I'
claases of tho various Huna i c w '
on faturday altcrnoon ...i.v
'it iei.- I . .in l. ' "'Plr
i iic luia. win uq prepir' mi,.
von uirrcuuii or an expert ,i -id
be held on Turkey mnun'.ir l
many aa S00 men are expi,'fi V.
wckwook '3 general rhaituwi f,
H
the event nnd C. J. Al.tn.
and treasurer.
.Inaleal department of the foeden
company, it win emnrace pructicai , , . wcpVi nnd worm damage, to
geology, ua It applies In. th" oil In Mn collot, ,n particular Holla nre
dutsry, and many other now nnd in-1 nrnmR vcr,. nwly With aiifflrlent!
"'tun
Industrial Hearing
Closes Session Here
Tllll CVA 1 r n Xf.e.a. ...
nnrt William N'oblr, innpc - - ,l.
rlofloil thflr rwMlon Jn this y aft.J
hrarlnc n lArgo number of tstt u
which claims ngalnat the uta- wrV
Jngmen8 compensation fu-
Oklahoma City.
to
tereetlnc faturcii. The course has
been tlealgned by Inoat cxperla to
meet the apeolal peeda of this lo
cality, and la complete In every de
tail. "lineal nil cnmpanleu aro demand
ing more and more that the men
they employ he technically I ruined,"
anld Air. Donrlng. "Thla i oure Is
unluiie. In fact, we know nf no other
place In the country where euch In-
alrurlon la given. It offera a aplendld i
opporiunuy mr men winning in
better themaelvea to become ac-
iinnliited with the myaterlea of the
oil game."
A eplrnlly gropved rod mounted on I
a henrlnif rovolvcg n hriiKh on one
end n prcaaurc la appll'd to It In a I
r.uw buttle wnshlntr tin-hlne. that i
tinea not requite power for Its op-,
iratlon.
aunrhlne, however, tho
yet exceed tho present
of production
Ninety per cent of the hi
crop may veloped Is claimed to be u
nigh mark a anow melting machine -
In Finland to clean street-
i 41,
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ARMY'TENTS,
AT A BARGAIN
Wc have a lnrp;o stock of resular Wall Tents and Flys.
Phono or Write Ua for Estimates
Osage 10'il i 323 West Second Street
TULSA TENT AWNING COMPANY
Has Come!!
Cyclonic
Hosiery
Clearance
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p
L
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Everybody Will Buy Hose This Week
$5.00 Value
Silk Lace Lisle Top
Best Quality
.45
$;.ro value
Heavy Silk Full Fashion
Danlanella Weave
MEN'S $2.50 VALUE
Pure Silk All Colors
$7.10
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded
Pickerin
l nirci and Mam Moor Robinson Building
Take Elevator
LUS-
iFIT
Tike New Basis Of F&rmixv In Oklahoma
r .
tAN die farms of the United States be
operated indefinitely at a loss? Widiout
jeopardizing the nation's food supply?
Some authorities claim diat, save for the in
crease in land values, farmers have labored
without profit ever since die civil war. Some
of diem have. But times arc changing.
The farmer of today is a better business man.
Computing his income tax has taught him the
value of simple bookkeeping. Me keeps a
record of the items that enter into the cost of
producing the year's crop. He knows that he
is entitled to interest on capita invested, plus
reasonable wages for his laboi, plus a reason
able profit for crops and livestock he produces.
3T
The Oklahoma Farmer-Stockman believes
that farmers are entitled to a reasonable profit..
h advocates die cost-plus-profit basis of farm
ing. It believes that if communities are to be
prosperous, if sufficient foodstuffs are to be
raised, the farmer of the future must be al
lowed as large a profit as he might honesdy
earn in any other legitimate enterprise.
And to this end its editors are showing die
farmer how to grow large crops economically;
how to market them most profitably. Is it
surprising, then, diat more than one hundred
thousand farmers in Oklahoma regard The
Oklahoma Farmer-Stockman as their friend,
business partner and adviser?
What docs diis editorial influence mean to
you, Mr. Merchant? Just this: That die far
mer srnks infnrmnt-inn nkrvnf t-Un rA U
buys in die advertisements of die same farm
- . 1 . U 1. ' t '
jjiipi:! umiguiues ins iarming
operations. And he buys
these goods because hissatis
isfaction is guaranteed by the
publisher.
What greater selling aid
can you demand of the man-
lifnrrtirpr Mr ! rrrriont' tlinn
tiiat he advertise in The Okk L
1 T-l I . 'It
noma I'armcr-btockman the WmmW
merchandise you sell? ' yw7
Aar7Q -
EDGAR T. nELU
Advertising Manager
IO.F-S.
Oklahoma City,,
Oklahoma

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