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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1020'.
STATE MAY LAND
E. C. Hotter of Muskogee
' Slated for Interior
r Department Job
WlORS NOT AFFIRMED
But Mottcr Docs Not Deny He
Can Have Assistantship
' If He Wunts It
a may not land a full
I'l'dcJ rctnryshlp In President
lifirding ' ablnot, but she (Iocb stand
i thane- ' Pluck ono of tho near
iM'.e' 1' 'KltloiiB, and unless all tho
d,Mi6 n't ' aro mcro gossip E. C.
Hotter f MiukoKCO Is tho man who
pl'i' K "io Iilum.
(.uliliil I'nrtli Jninimlgn.
,r ,r c if time It nan been hinted
Jit M " r wll,) "pent most of tho
Ajuii i ' . i ' lampalgn on the Hard
T. (f(,i porch as generalissimo ot
tremor.. enn havo tho oflco of
.sj!jt r "' i-rotary of tho Interior If
he wan's ' This position has to do,
iirrclv. 'with Indian affair!", and It
L. . , C.nilllrirllv with In.
ilun t .j.,tns, an much ns tho of
fc.'tlve bc vIci- rendered during the
rampalen which lead tho cabinet
li'lilUf" to consider him for tho
,ll C' Nothing 1'roiii Mottrr.
j i t i' tt.ia In Tulsa Friday, and
hen nu' cloned about tho rumorH
tttwei 'o either oonflrm or dony
the lendrr of this position to him.
He decided that ho Joined tho
Harding amp.ilgn committee with-
at the thought of any political ro
ird for himself, and ho decllneB to
h'jum what litH decision will bo If
air nic in tho Harding nrfmlnls-
ililon H offered hltn. HI close re-
jjjnfhm to both Mr. Harding and
lti:ry Datighorty. the Intlmato friend
ndad.sir of tho prcsldont-clect.
II la wei) known that It Is generally
believed Mr. Mottcr can-bo assistant
rttary of the Interior It ho
TO ENJOIN SALE
OF SCHOOL BONDS
Citizen of Sand Springs
Claims Error Made in
Counting of Votes
Alleging; tho city of Sand Springs
Is already Indebted In the si of
approximately $225,000 and does
not renuire for educational purposes
,v tho further bond linuo of $26,000
voted November 9, suit jn which a
temporary Injunction In asked, pre
venting tho school board from'sell
Ing tho bonds, was brought In dis
trict court Friday by V. M. McFall.
ilcFall, a citizen of Sand Springs,
declare that at tho election hold
for tho purposo of validating tho
proposed bond l;nuo of $25,000 only
18! votes wore cast In tho ontlro
city, out of a normal vote of 2,000,
He further contends that tho count
hich resulted In a majority of 17
otea In favor of Issuing and selling
'ha bonds, was not correct and that
'he nun should prohibit Kilo of tho
bonds by tho school board.
SPECIAL STAMM MUSIC
hlertloiw from "II Trnvntoro" nnil
Other operas to on Program;
Tnlsi fluulst Will Help.
A program which will bo of un
usual interest to local people because
" Us numerous local connections
R.il be given by Krncst Prang Stamni
' tho weekly public organ recital
t 30 o'clock Sunday nfternoon at
(ne First Christian church. '
Numbers requested by four Tul
wns win be played. Ono will bo
elections from "11 Trovatoro," that
most popular of nil Verdi oporan,
nlch will tio sung hero In tho near
'uture Another number, "Sonata
iromatira." by I'iotro Yon. organist
i M. Panels Xavlcr church In Now
'C'K city, is dedicated to Joseph
""net French organist, who played
at Convention hall during tho last
JVn May-mo Hablnowltz Travis,
talented Tulsa pianist, will assist on
'He program. Miss Travis Is Unking
n musical education under Moses
MRusiawski and Is now homo from
Wlcago during tho nbsonco of SI.
HoguBl.iwskl on concert tour. A
eompoMuon by Miss Travis, "Indian
Zl ,w,u 1,0 Played by Mr.
rTT?. ,. ln 1,10 t'lano solo "Caprlo
r nrilu-iMe- by Mendelssohn, Mr.
Lm W1" r(nler tho orchestra ac-
owpanimi nt 0n the organ,
NEABLY CENTURY AND HAllF
I .Wv. y? H-Jear-old man. Zora
m Wimed rcmitrd tn hn Ihn nlilcat
rt-W li? worll- H 111 with lndl
ha. rl"8 tho flt tlmo Zora
i. ?. . bpon '" 110 complains that
" because n set of falso teeth.
Vkt . aH nlwy hcon a hamal.
r.li a. cnrrier of heavy wolghts,
wh!il from 200 to .000 Pounds,
vnen ho wns 45 yenrs of nffCi that
m. . "l0 Napoleonic wars, ho
sith 0,1 a bct. BOO pound
Jn his t. cti, and ruined them. He
ent aiM(. untl, n,J0Ut jS50 wlthou.
LT'! "ml thl'n 110 obtained a set
no V " worn 0l,t About 20 yeaM
no Bot another. ect. Ho claims
TOO Pit), l,nVn i,k,n v.l. l,n....
linn .... ....i, ii.ui luuihvo-
h. ?? nns ""ally landed him In
I ihunT RPt a ncw t' Of tooth,
half " " a" right agnln for another
v ' ' otury," ho said.
Piesent Illness, Xora was
PiO)c.,i, nH ft i,amal,.nt tlio Turk
Bit.. u b'",0 1,0 was horn at
liar TllrWi Armenia in the
n J.' V J"" before tho Amcrl
torn 'v.,"ul,u but does not romcm
lt ,?2' cvc"t' Zora has a son aged
Hi, 11 11 '"UK daughter aged 50.
f,iJ00k I'ko a man of 70. lie
"te I. PMpirt ns proof of his
In 'th" Wt'H as tho birth records
ln mosquo at Hltlls,. ' .
6; Al u'Kt XUnw Again.
OKlV,'''1 ,.?" WUe.
'her h C,TY' Nov. 19. An-
urrfd i " ,n tl,u 'f.' market oo-if-d,
.ru torI"" Nvnp" ' P Prlco
1(5 '11.15. This represents
tori's puf'" 25 lo 3Bc from yea-
SA TURD A Y
SA TURD A Y
Connected With No Other Establishment in the World
Another Wonderful Sale of
Luxurious Winter Coats
Two-Thirds of Then With Handsome Fur Collars
Duvet de Laincs
Camelcon Cord .
SURPASSING our own great coat
sales that have been in progress for
the past two weeks. The coat values we
have been offering have been the talk of Tulsa and
vicinity. New purchases which have just been received
are even better values than those previously offered.
Veld u ncs
65 Finest Qtmllty' Suits reduced to prices that arc less
than wholesale costs of the materials and making?
$35.00 Suits ot Poplin and Velour ,.. $2 1.95
$49.75 Suits of Silvcrtone, fur trimmed $25.00
$69.50 Suits of Velour de La'ine $35.00
$89.50 Suits of Velour Superior $19.75
$125.00 Suits, luxuriously fur trimmed $65.00
$149 JiO Suits, only one and two of a hind $75.00
$119.50 Suits of Veldyne, Squirrel collar $75.00
$198.50 Suits, Including imported models $98.50
Marvelous Purchase of Waists at (heat 'rice Concessions
enables us to show Saturday two remarkable groups at
these two prices,
$1.95 . $
Georgettes, Taffetas, Pongees, Crepe de Chines
300 Dresses of Serge, Tricotlne, Velour Checks, KmbroUU
cred Velours, Lace and Satin (Combinations, Satin.