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ICOX DENOUNCES Vr:"! ":zlZ, MARINE PROBERS
G. 0. P. TACTICS l",l""uita "m" "mic START NEXT WEEK
Kesents Use of Editorial
Written by Assistant
on His Newspaper
RAPS COLEMAN DUPONT
Says Republican Clmirman
of SalcBmtiii'rt Committee
Is Krupp of America
f'MSVIXANIi. nhlii. Oi t H. !'
liy Ills opposition (if nti 1 1 1 o rial In
hi newspaper nix yt'iim ngn cil'l
clsltl Irii volmK salesmen whm de
hnuured py Covcinor (.'nit In III nd
ilrciw lido tonlKlit. (InNlriK hid ptisetit
ihomo stnto rnmpHlKn.
Tho irnvolniR mini' hureail of th
!iniiiitilli'iin national committee, tin-
j(lT th leadership of Coleman T ti -
rmil, repiiitiiemi tmilnnnl eoinmiiteo
innn for llelnwsre, (Jovernor I'm
lehargrd, l-i spreading "false propa
llnnilH mat tun rovorimr nun ni
t Fit-k t Aineileaii tiiivclliiK men
Compelled Apnloity.
tti'lli't-Nllnic Hull thn editorial
twtllteti hy n nlil editorial wl'r.
! while t li unvrrnnr was alisinf, lv
iTit'ir Cox i celled how hii hint com
l pi lied mi Immediate editorial apnlo
t;y from the writer.
I Coleman Pii font, flnvernor Cox
said. Ik nut n trnvollnif niiin Imt "the
Krupp of America." Clllntr tilii own
position for the Jeanne of miMonit
jnml thnt of Hnnntor Harding, rtov-
otnnr Cox mild tho Tlul'nnt fiimllv
liinl "jfrown financially fat unit In
solent on tin1 profits of war," unit
Hint tin wnH not surprised thnt Mr.
Dul'ont was opposing hid election.
Attacks Diil'oiil.
i "I nm not no much concerned nhut
(tlii deceitful propaganda," nn til flov
ernor Cov. "iih t nni to have the
, people understand JiihI what Is going
ion. 1 liolil In mv hand tlio letter
f n lid droll r Issued hy Coleman T'u
il'ont iih chairman of Mm traveling
' I I .. At. I. II .
men s oiiieivi (ii iiim rcp'iiini'iiu
national committee I think thnt ev.
rryono known thnt llill'ont In not n
traveling man unit thnt ho has no
great public Internal nt stnlte In this
campaign t roulil understand how
ho roulil undertake to organlrn
proiiPH (nil Hltr up proluillrcs to eti
conpnn my defeat, bcraiisn Dufont,
in thn Krupp of America, n member
of the great munltnlnn fntnlly. known
whnt It means Nhnulit I Im elected
and ccurn thn ratification of the
treaty of peace nnd league of nn
tlnns, This fnnillv ImN grown flnnti
rlnlly fnt I'inri insolent on thn profits
of wnr. When men hlnod nml iMp
on thn hnltlnflolilH, thn piimllloti
rnnkrrn rt-mlvn illvlilrmtx, nnd thn
lrnRtin nf nntlonN dnflnltnly jirovldfii
i;nlnHt thin iort of profltnnrliit; In thn
future. Not only In thn InnKun of
nntlonn ilrnlitnril to mnko ponrn pnr
mnnoit, hut It provldi'H for tnktnR
i way tho UKOirli'H of wnr for n Kflti
rrnl illHnrinnnirnt, nnd thn first Htnp
townrd illHnrninmoit nnd wnr prn
voitlon, It drrliircN nualnnt thn tnnn
iifidurn of nuinltluiiH In nny nvnnt
WAHIIN'flTON, Oft. 16 Tim
nliiio di paitmi'nl and tin- Inimau
of Inttrnnt rivrnuo nro nt oddn
OVnr prohllilMOII fnforrnmilll. It
wn lnatni'd thin iiflcruonn when
thn ntflk- di-piittmnnl Nliitml It will
plotnrt Dili rlKdlH of diploma"!
aivrMllInd to thin nation In iiururd
to llm lirlli:lriK oT Iticlr Iihrk-iMh
nnd rffnctn Into tho Unltfd Hlntnn
w II limit inxpirtlon.
Tho luirnnil of Intnrnnl rnvnntlH
HNUi'd orderN huvmiiI dayn alto
thnt nil pnmoiin innkliu; frnn nii y
to Mm country nhouhl lmv tholr
ff i l guhji'i't to InNpnrtloti nf dry
IIKI M'N.
Thn nIhIo d'paptinniit nnnounind
thlN oidir rnii'i'.t In cfifor'-nd In
Hi far nn It nffn. In dlplnmatN tf
I H .llflil III It' ll Hi.it II in iiim
, opinion of tin' Main ilnpaMmnnt
I Dial illplnin.i'M will. In I lie iniinlry
liuiv him Hi' 'r ll'iuor ciliH'il to
I Mil in wiih in munlty.
i WHITE ALSO SEES
J HARDING SHAKING
(Says He Cannot Predict
Effect on Senator
of Late Speech
.N'l'.U' YORK, Oil. If Uw.rui.
White, rhnlrinnii of the di'liiii.'iiill"
nritlonal eoinm .tten. In h kiati'inctit
here today defined lm roulil
vliiuallro Hcnator IlnnllnB nhakliiK,
In Im 1ioi h hernllNn n Ilia lipeeell
nt IndlauiiH)llM liifl nliiht
In llili npeHi'h Mr. White nj-Hortid,
the reilillivin preHldenllal ixinilnee
hail cenlninpliiti'd Jo deliver lo Ul
repuli'li'iliN who leiently ad ooa'ril
hlii election on hln lonRiio of tin
tloni nt.'ind, what IiIh iiianaKern
pi-omlHeii them "If they would ionic
to IiIh redone."
"What rffi'il 1'in IiiiIIiiiviihiIIn
wnhhlo may havn on Ronntnr
liihniein nnd lni all It inilNt he no in. '
wild Mr. White, "I, for one. nlve
.lohli.mn nnd llonih thla credit; they
nro Mlnieie In their oppoxltlon to
' 1 1 1 r ' li'iiuue mid 'any IniiKun and will
tint uu'op? a wink of thn other eyn."
.Seimlor 1 1 A ril I II it only nnco hroKe
away fioin hl i:uardi nnd apokn hln
real feellni; and thn d 'liiOi'ratlr mm.
palKt) ha-i taken that aa IiIm Htnnd.
'I do not want any clniltyliiK rorr
MltuiHN,' lie wild nt J)eH MolueN. 1
want to turn my hack on theno oh
IHIiiIIoiih: 1 utanil for reject Inn.'
hy private ronceriiN, liec.iuso nurli
ronnplrn and Invito war. Coleman
Dufont Ih liitereHlltm' hlinnolr In ho
tinlr of tlin rniiplliiiiiirv ennillilutn
wliiino motto In: 'irrap thn lniiKUo of
natloim,' It x, howuvor, difficult
for mo to hellevn that any tntelllueut
clanrt of people can Im mltdend hy
Hi'lflHhly liiHidreil falno inipa;atnla
Htich iih thin."
(Jovurnor Cox recited "mtnlnfnr
matlon" refiurdliiK IiIn pollclea, pro
lilt lon, trlHh iiueHtton and rii:rman
and other huohiIhhh, which, tho can!
dldalo declnri-d, haa lioen npread liy
Ills foeH. !
Will Start Investigation
in Washington Hcfore
Goinir to Haiti I
WA8III.NV.TO.V. OcU 10 Ti
hoard of lii'iulry appointed ytinlny
to InvejitlKalD (Margea of llleiral
i xi'ciitloni of Haitians hy American
tnutlncH will mel hern next wnr I.,
Htcrotary D.iiiIiIh nnnounred today,
and probnh'y will hear n iiiitnlier of
wltniHMen hefnte koiiik lo Haiti to
eonllimn the Inquiry.
The Hiiirrh for former inenilierH of
'he nun It. eorpa Implfated In i,i.
Inwfiil K 1 1 1 1 1 1 1; of ImndltM In llalU,
and t'lo toNtltnony of w ttrewu rt
heard hy Major flen'rnl John A
uuii", fomtiiaiifler ef tho eorpu. In
IiIh recent Invert linitlon there .i
iiiHtlnitMl Immediiitety ipon (li u
l.t Jeillie'ii retilili I" WiiHhliiKUin, Mr,
lMnlcl.1 lutld He added III .it It w.tK
l oped there priminx oil 1 il lie (oiir.d
ami Inviiulil tiif.ir,. thn liuard.
The I'.iv.il necritnry alao an
nounted that the ludl.'O ndvm . te
Kenernl of the i..iy without wiiitlriu
'er the rini'JliKH of the lio.ird Would
itiNtiluto ciiurlH-iiiartlal pr'ieiediii,'a
In all rnirs where nufflilent t vlili ti e
wurranted It.
Another .iiinniineeinpnt win that
Hear Adnilr.il Harry r. ICnapp who
In now milking a al'idy of (O'ld.tlona
In llalll, would he Hint to Han Do
iiiliu'o to liiviHllKatu anil report f n
t 11 i nl I nit t '.(in Dure. .Mr. DaiililHmild
tl'lN Inipnry wai, not oenii'loni'il '
nny evIdeiKo of inlxcondiK I liy ma
I lin n at.itJotii d In San DomlnK'V
DUCK SEASON IS OPEN
Satiinlay .Saw Hie lleitliiiiliu; of
SliiHitliiK )er State Weatlinr
Too Warm for Cood limiting'.
Ily Anunt Lilcil I'rrrnt Mlrtt Wire
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla . Oct. 1(1
Duck Ih on thu menu for many .Sun
day illnnerH In Oklahoma tomorrow
The open deiiNon IvcKan today.
The official opinion of tho matter.
fiH exprchHcd hy Hen Walt, the flail
nnd Maine waiden, wiih thnt the
weather wiih too warm for "real"
dlirk huntltii;. fold and rain miiNt
rnmo to entice the MallaidH to Okla
homa wiiIith, he Mild. althoiiKh many
teal and other ninnll ducka were on
the taken and htreatnn to reward
huntera today. DuckH will hn more
plentiful thin year. Mr. Watt xald.
than at nny tlmo In recent yenra.
Htnte lawn limit duck MiootlriR to
15 per day for each hunter nnd mo
for thn Ht'iiHon. which will clone .Inn
uary 31. Thn hai; limit on kccho
and lirant Ih in per day
High Powered Salesmen
Wanted
See Pae 12
t
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;
U
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We Are Reducing Prices On
All Our Clothing
20 Percent
Thnt means every Suit and every Overcoat in the store.
We Are Reducing Prices
On All Our Hosiery
For Men and Women.
20 to 35 Percent
We Are Reducing Prices
on all our Boys' and Children's
Suits and Overcoats
10 to 20 Percent
Wonderful Values Are Quoted In This
II m tim
Mon
few
f mil
ey Raisin
Sale
The sale with reason aplenty. We are in need of cash and our only chance
to raise this money is to sacrifice our profits, and this we are doing. Como
in Monday and secure the greatest values ever offered on highest quality
Men's Wear. Everything in the shop has been included nothing reserved
and the prices we quote are warranted to bo a sharp reduction. Save money
on Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Nightwear, Leather Goods, Um
brellas, Hosiery, Gloves, Belts, Work Shirts, Flannel Shirts and Overalls.
Your one chance to buy right is now. Shop early tomorrow morning.
Every Suit and Overcoat Reduced
$28
$32
$36
$40
$48
$52
$56
$60
YOUR OWN SELECTION of any Suit and Overcoat in the B & O Shop,
formerly selling for $35, at extra special
YOUR OWN SELECTION of any Suit and Overcoat in the B & O Shop,
formerly selling for $40, on sale at
YOUR OWN SELECTION of any Suit and Overcoat in the B & O Shop,
including "Collegian," selling for $45, on sale at
YOUR OWN SELECTION of any Suit and Overcoat in the B & O Shop,
including "Collegian," selling at $50, on sale at
YOUR OWN SELECTION of any Suit and Overcoat in the B & O Shop,
including "Collegian," selling at $60, on sale at
YOUR OWN SELECTION of any Suit and Overcoat in the B & O Shop,
including "Collegian," selling at $65, on sale at
YOUR OWN SELECTION of any Suit and Overcoat in the B & O Shop,
including "Collegian," selling at $70, on sale at
YOUR OWN SELECTION of any Suit and Overcoat in the B & O Shop,
including "Collegian," selling at $75, on sale at
Nightwear Reduced
t'niimial reductions on t N! T.ltSAI, and I11UG1I
TON'.C.Wtl,Sn AD hriiiiil.s t'njnina.s ami M(,'ht Slilrt.s.
We unlit liau' money anil that wry itlcUI. licit!
Ih )our one opixirliiiitt) to huy ( limply. Thu ma-lei-lal.i
Include (lue.il iiialltlc,s Sob-ctU'M, Online and
Silk.
All $4.00 values at, special $3.20
All $5.00 values at, special $4.00
All $6.00 values at, special $5.80
Dress Gloves
Gloves that sell regularly for
$2.50 are now
Gloves that sell regularly for
$3.00 are now
Gloves that sell regularly for
$4.00 are now
Gloves that sell regularly for
$5.00 are now
$2.00
$2.40
$3.20
$4.00
Men's Dress Shirts
at 20 Per Cent Off
$2.00
S2.40
$5.20
Men's Finest Hosiery Silk Shirts
All 12.50
Shlrta now
All n no
Klllrta now
AM $4.00
Slnrw now
All f: 00
Shli t.i now
$3.20
$4.00
All tt.:,n
Shi i la now
Simp Kurly While AMirtmentsi Arc Complete.
$1.00
$1.40
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
All 20c hoao arc now 5 palra
for
All 35c hone are now 5 palm
for
All 50c hoao arc now 5 pairs
for
All "5c hose nro now 5 pairs
ror
All J 1.00 Mono aro now 5 pairs
for
All 2,00 hose, extra 'f
special tDl.UU
at Half Price
Aboolutc choice of nny Silk Shirt for
merly sclllnR at J 10. marked now
Ahsnluto choice of nny Silk Shirt for
merly HcllInK at f 13.50. marked now. .
Absolute choice of any Silk Shirt for
nierly selllns at $15, marked now
Absolute choice of any Silk Shirt for
merly selllnK nt 20, marked now. ..
$5.00
$6.50
$7.50
$10.00
Men's Caps
In a Fine Array Drastic Underwear Men's Fine Neckwear
Special reductions on them which make buying
at lhln Umc attractive.
$2.60 raps nro now priced
at
$3.00 capa aro now priced
at
$ I oo capi aro now priced
at
$5.00 caps arc no pi Iced
at
$2.00
$2.40
$3.20
$4,00
Cool days lire comliiK and a change to heavier
iinilerm'iir Is In order. Huy hum ulillo Miln
arc in effect.
$2.50 under
wear now . .
$3 00 under
wear now
H 00 under
wear now .
Sin.ou unilcrvtenr
now
$2.20
$2.40
$3.20
$5 00 under- (UA ff
wear now.. tO'ir.UU
$ti 50 under- (T rtrv
wear now . ()D.U
$7 50 under
wear now.
$6.00
$8.00
Wonderful patterns In highest quality silk, Strik
ing iloiKii!, ami e.u'eptlonal for IilmIiik wear.
All $1.00 Neckwear now 75c
All $3.00 Neckwear now $2.25
All $2.00 Neckwear now $1.50
All $4.00 Neckwear now $3.00
All $5.00 Neckwear now $3.75
rr
Hens Hats at 20 Off
This sale of hats is indeed remarkable. Hi-Lo felt hats
and stiff hats at reduced prices. Hats that represent
the very last word in fall
fashions, each a sublime
example of dress appeal.
$r,.00 hats arc (T A A A
$4.80
$5.60
$10.00 hats aro & O A A
priced. . . tPO.UU
Ri Mil
$G.00 hats are
now priced . . .
$7.00 hats are
now priced. . .
now
$12.50
now
priced . .
are
hats
. $11.20
Men's Soft and Stiff
Collars
All 2.V Collat.s are now ." fur $1.(1(1
All a.'ic Collars aiv now fi for S1.-10
All ."()( Ctillan are now ft tor $2.00
Extra Trousers
$3.60
TrouHciii mlliiii; lor
H.nU an: ni'W
Tioubers helium for
$(.5u in o now
TluUkem hfUlIK for
$7 'ij arc now
TriiUHers Kelllnt,' tor
$ 3.00 .ire now . . . .
Troupers hIIiiik for
$ lii.OO are now . . . .
Trousers si lllng for
$ 12 00 are now . .
Tl HUM i M .11-1 1. !IK I HI
$ 1 4 Oil ni now
'i'' 'i- . . !'"ig 'ni
f "il me n m
$6.00
$7.20
$8.00
811.20
$12.00
mo
CLOTHING CO.
5 and 7 E. Second St.
20 Per Cent Off on All
Men's High-Grade
SHOES
Buy Now
Men m flt.rst ural .s nf Tall and Winur
Shoes, formerly S. now
reduced to -. .
Mens finest prudes ef I'.iU aril , r
htioen, tmnuily $10, reduced
to
Men h finest graded of r,Ul and Win
' H'ick, including "CnwHett, ' fur
merly $12.50, redueed ti
Men's finest grades of F.iU
Si.i IncliidlllK "Clnssett "
formerly $13.50, reduced to. . .
Men's finest uradcs of l-'all ami Win
Sinus, InrludltiK "Crousett.
.ormcrly $15, reduced to.,
Men's finest Siloes, e:uh laliel.-d "CriMitl '
formerly $10.50, specially n- (t1 O P fi
duied t tbJLO.OU
Mcn'R Klneai tirades of S inter Sle-es, for
meily selling at $18.50, placed (T-J Qft
on iialo at fJ)jL'l.(jU
Men's Flnept UtKh t.h-s, fortii .! se.ant;
at $i'i, a mokt remarkalilo (?-J ( f(
value, at tstra special tiliO.UU
$6.40
i I Ul'V
$8.00
id :n''-
$9.60
ai.l Wi'i'.'-
$10.80
and W in'' r
$12.00
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