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rULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
lASK'BIDS ON HAflb ROADS
Propo-nN i Six n-dornl Aid I'm
I Jwit to Oix'iieit ,v. (!).
FINAL STATEMENTS ASKED
Mnnr Italians Coming.
NKW YOK. Oct. 21 Aproxl
nmtely 600,000 Italians nro rxpected
to emigrate to thu United States In
tho next three years, Huron Itom.itio
Axrz&winl, Itnllan ambassador, said
today prior to sailing for Kmithamp
ton and Itnly. The ambassador said
lie Was going homo on leave and
added that In so far as ho knew now
ho would return.
illan photoplay written by J. Wln
thtop Kelly Thlt will weave fads
and romance around tho Osago tribe,
the ilchest In tin' world. Tim even-
SEEN BY LAYMAN
No Mori- I'.'ivniciits to Itnllromls Utc
til Ihitu 1.- SiilunltUil.
WAHHINtlTO.V. Oct. 21 Hecro
tnrv Ilotiiton today described nn "fi
lial" the rnling of Comptroller War
wick that further payments to tho
tallronds under the guarantee provi
sions of the transportation act must
be withheld until complete state
ments of amounU duo iiro submitted
by the roans
The longest tunnel In tho world,
15 miles In length, Is planned by n
Ktisslan railroad to save un SIB tulle
111M11 for this play has been based on
ukuaiioma CIt.V, Oct. 21.--IIIds
on tho construction of 2 nillrn of
road In six federal nld projects in
the state wcro naked today by th"
state highway commission". I'ropo
.will lie opened on Nov lo, nt
3 o clock. Tho lint IneludeK i
miles of graded load In McCiiitnln
eontitvj 4 no .nil.,. : . '
Historic farts of tho Os.iKch from tlie
time they left Knnsim to settle on
the site o: l'awliiinko. V. A. I'l.iv'er
arrived totUy tci'ther with his n-'S'i-rlates
In stage the exter.or scenes
The Interior views will be taken Liter
tn thu studios at Spokane. The com
pany will remain In tho Osago conn,
tiy for three weeks. In this piny
Dorothy Iteynolds Is tho leading
r ,.f Aida as Trans
lated by Fer
I'lay in iil'c.
fecUt In Th. u'n.l
of Every Kind al 20 Off
10 WORD UNDERSTOOD
lushiiatnli i county: 17.2s miles of
-I'AW Il'SKA, Oct. 21. The Plat.
Z "I"'"'';" H"knm.. Wail... hn?n
n 1 .?i""!" Mn ,,,,," 'ransferred
L"nil, wh!,u n'"1 OH;' 'unty.
whlciwiii tl0 fl,p,i f " "
i.i.v..i nmu in vwigoner comm. 0 01
miles of gravel road in dnlr. 2 nillen
shalo road In Latimer and ,xr, miles
Don't mtsM rending Itaymond
Coleman's ad If you nre( a home
fctire n l'copic vvuu -i in
MiBrnvpi rocK. 111 Atoka rountv
tend t" Enjoy upera outig
in Ioreign Tongue.
A 1 1
In re ,
f I a 1
, t:s typo of liusbnndH nnd
whoso wives Insist on
m attend every opera
o town, will appreciate
that Walter Ferguson
he had seen "Aida"
g a recent grand opera
,,f Oklahoma City, who
1 the hmployer and for-
f tho Chcrokco Ilcpubli
I l-1 this week on bust-
noted far hln humorous
1 fi.ituro Htoiles,
tuiig tho opera, Ferguson
1 r was entirely Italian,
V.A Hoy e. who occu-
m at and who took con-
Ifderable 1 1 ti to explain tho plot.
lrelv obvious, to at least
rows In tho paniuet, that
, f the affair was luld in
whero the names of raon
..nato. It may have been
U first 1
" With few Italian students In
v, vast lulliiu'e thero was a possl
' y ih many things might have
tn t"l'' t' It 'act there was one
ut in proceedliiBs when a few
Suraant- sentences sounded as If
he kii , was declaring himself
-. (avor ' 'he recall of MHyor "Wul
" and Mi. i t' was a time when It
vu.-Ms-; ' 'I'lnnai no was aiutcKiiig
Shan' s provision, 0111 eggs aro
jthtr in Oklahoma. City than In
.Udmort mil no damage resuiicu.
mas n 1 nt certain tnai tno nanu
me u ' .11 of tho guards was ve
rr.entl ! nounclng tho award of
me I' 'ho crowd was gallant
i-i no iii ir occurred.
The 1 ' of tho affair was rather
t" 'Jit ' grap, butas nearly as
1 ,.4 be fMde out, and without
' ig nt all positive, It seemed a
ii o;jit' ' lored damo whose ancca.
.j Invci icd crap shooting was do--rJomc
camping nniong tho white
'', of 'hat day any age. She
- T.eJ fie putting It over much
j the diK i.'t of a white crown
lawss who had tho captain half-
l" gra' be I
"The .siddlo-coiorea girl was
irking for her board and room In
he palace if tho king, whllo th
r.h'te prlnrrss had a parlor with
nth and ;sort mllH-wceri cream xor
fr cor.'lcxion. Tho captain wan of
ifty station and In tho match with
tc princess would have gotten Tio-ti
heir 'Pictures on tho society page.
The chocolate girl put on some fast
fi furious stuff and tnc captain
fell for it It was tho courso of true
ine for one so exalted, to pour out
r!s paslonato soul on tho servant.
"he white plrl, who was very much
-aerestei in tho Captain's heart, sus
' terl the clandestine, nffalr and
Mhtly concluded that Captain
Kilamfs was meeting AVla In the
irien a'tr 1.I10 washed tho mippor
ihfit. She either got hold of some
! her mail or bribed ono of tho
jtlers t" t;p off tho exact condl
m. W'Yrn sho learned that sho"
!n belnc double. crossed sho was
Bjrioun and she could not have cx
cjsed herself In Kngllsh w'ithout
p it mf prettv tough language.
A It was nil In Italian and no one
r-ftnt had nn Italian cuss-word
ir' siarv fhe nut It over In great
jpe bu' her flow of words wou'd
' a grea' relief to an enthusiastic
flfer wli has sliced Into the rough
fr to a d k hunter whoso gun
retti w-'b the first shot.
"The I'nnress Arnnerls was &o
,i"4 aho her captain hlgh-tonlng
;rr for th hasher that It looked as
sh she ml?ht drop some powder
i'i hl tea ,r slip a stillctto between
. nnt, ida apparently din not
low her dancer nnd went rluht
!hfad van mng the captain. "When
it!: cipta n was away from her ho
;"WTO t ncsitato between true
r'( nd n big roll, hut the minute
iark rknned maid lamned him
'. Went lnt V.I..V. nA l.l1s. V,n
g'lon that hoth tho captain and his
- nlopian ' ver would get bumped
ci. hut a convenient war came
"cani Radnmrs' serial and order
nof.. art drawn.
- came' turn tne connict
" and returned to make
nne with his saffron
e t word to her to meet
irV where plans were to
the et-awav. Ho was
inco his h'eh title and
his love to some far
get n union card, and
started to leave In a
neglected to put pp hl
"nd one nf the mo'int"d
'i"e end overheard 'he
' 'v hall cot some nliin
on th" loh nnd "robbed
v olntlnir the .T'm Crow
' " have a pollee -card
'I bid to co tn the sta
"vent created oulte a
in account of the color
e, Undames was cal'e.i
mocratle committee He
'nounre her and was
" llkeiv that the
1 ''n Jake Ttamon.
wp the onra was most
r not iinderptanflable.
ne ehan by the name nf
wonlrt mnke a greit
lf,r. .'What ho got off
linrhtelilulhle hut It
' "rh he was making a
enlti- the ticket. He
" i"MierInir ghnfts nf
ht from the r'sle sun.
""i from the hlrves
"'Intr nerMinn from the
' s nd th genera' Im-
thnt he was tell'nc
Mm in -h.
1 Tt 7"
ii ,, Jul "n when his old faej
'tt " d to eoncresH."
nv,r?'"'""l'' Mnv Sell Ktook.
Wr'a""MA CITY. Oct. 21
irltto, . ''"'l speculative se.
t-, ''' Oklahomn xvnv p.nnln.l
lti.;. -"nenttlons by tho state
S fety , "'"Inn today. The I'ayne
t--- A ' r,!ltn company nf Ard-
-1, 1,uf! "t Ji.noo.ooo msv
'"'rrrri , .'"""n" 150.000 Tho Nes
" M avTlZ "'Pnnv of Orand
M'"jn 1 Klamlshl Has. Oil &
I .... ' 1 nnnt. " n,.m.n.. .
Copyri'clit 1920 Hart Schaflncr & Marx
Boys' clothes that
YOU know what boys' clothes
ought to be; clothes made for
servicg, for the hard knocks of the
play ground, the. constant activity
of a boy
But-they may as well have good
style; you want your boy to look
Hart Schaffner & Marx
The fabrics are all wool, the
tailoring is the best; and the style is
such as boys and parents want.
We have revised prices on all our
All Our Boys' Suits Reduced
All Our Boys' O'Coats Reduced
The time to buy Boys' Clothes is now,
while assortments are at their best.
Munsingwe.ar for Boys
a. Boys' Shoes
Duof old Health Underwear for Boys
Boys' Hats and Caps
Boys' Sport Hose in Wool or Cotton
We Have Revised
Prices on Every
Suit and Overcoat
in Our Store
This price revision is based on
the future cost of clothing. In
other words we are offering you
Our Entire Stock of Men's
and Young Men's Suits
and Overcoats at a Reduc
Prices for future or for Spring
merchandise show a' decline of
about 15 per cent in wholesale
price, making a reduction of 20.
per cent in retail price possible.
We are giving you the benefit of
the future price quotations NOW
we are not waiting until next
You can buy your fall and win
ter clothing with the assurance
that this store will protect you
on any reduction in price.
All Our Stein Bloch Suits.
All Our Society Brand Suits
All Our Fur Collar Coats
All Our Finest Two-Pant Suits
All Our Extra Trousers
Are Reduced 20 Per Cent
Off Regular Price
For Your Con
Benefit We Are
A1 List of
Silhx, WooIciih, Lilinns,
Glnghtum, I'crcalcH, Out
!n(in and all Wash GomIh,
Hlankvls, Comforts, Lin
ens, White Goods, Towels,
Sheds,' Shectitifi, Muslin
and all Household Linens,
lied Sprcadip Gloves,
ltags( Hosier a every
kind, Women's Suits,
Women's Coats, Furs,
Women's Skirls, Silk Un
derwear, Houses, Petti
coats, Ncfiffecs, Shoes
for Women and Children,
Oitlirif Gowns, Children's
Gingham Dresses, Wom
en's House Dresses and
Desired Stock Levels Have
llecn Effected in Some
The discount of
20 has been
Notions, Jewelry, Art
Umbrellas, Veils, Veiling,
Stationery, Knit Under
wear, Middies, Infants'
Wear, Millinery, Dresses,
Corsets, Children's Coals,
Suits, Silk Dresses, Sweat
However, many individual
items in these depart
ments are offered ffj, extra
special prices. Then, too,
many permanent mark
dawns are in effect.
$0.50. blouses now reduced
lo $ 5.20
$7.f0 blouses now reduced
$8.50 blouses now reduced
$10.00 blouses now reduced
$10.50 blouses now reduced
lo , 8.-10
$12.00 blouses now reduced
$12.50 blouses now reduced
$15.00 blouses now reduced
$1(5.50 blouses now reduced
$17.50 blouses now reduced
$18.50 blouses now reduced
$20.00 blouses now reduced
$22.50 blouses now reduced
$25.00 blouses now reduced
$27.50 blouses now reduced
to '. 22.00
$28.50 blouscn now reduced
to , 22.80
$20.75 blouses now reduced
$110.00 blouses now reduced
$32.50 blouses now reduced
'I'hlril l liMtr
Silks 20 Off.
All Silk Taffeta; (l-j rvrj
Extra special tDA.lfO
Black, white and many colors.
!16 inches wide.
Crepe de Chine; fl- rrr
Extra special iDJL.iy
All silk, of Kood weight, in nil
colors, includi'iitf flesh and white.
10 inches wide.
Jvp Silk Shirting; (T -t Q
Extra special, yard, ... spJLtOU
Nice assortment of colorings in
Fancy f Foulards; (Ucy ja
Extra special, yard.,,.. $6,0:)
Complete range of colors in a
wide variety of designs. i
AO inches wide.
20 Per Cent Off of All Woolen
EXTRA SPECIAL All-wool trico
tino in navy blue fine QA rrrr
finish and (juality; yard D
Blankets at $8.75
More of Those Beautiful Indian
lllankcls at $8.75
About twenty in this lot in n
wonderful line of colors in true
Suitable for robes and couch
All Blankets are
Offered at 20
Less Than Regu
nianket ScMloii, .Main I'loor
Embroidered lied C?1 "J QFC
Spreads; Special ... Di.XiD
White ground with beautiful em
broidered designs in pink, blue
Cut corners and scalloped edges.
Full bed size.
Shams to match and included '
at the special price of $11.05.
lidding .Suction, .Muln I'loor
t k 'M
! i m
Pe tlv,.-, 1,4 000 nn' V0fin re
'oeks. may cach all Its