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T II R Tl'l I A l. 1 1 v w j BLD a L .N IE DOES 11 DiS-' MM FAVORS HIGHER QUALIFY HfE t ! f MIES FOB ill D AT. J r N K 21, 1014 IIMILARITY OF OOONOMEN DOES SOI BAB A8PIRAKT J'KOM Oj FICiAL HACK OBJEQtONS GROUNDLESS Tui a Man Would M iki R os Local Option tod Kigi Lioense Platform It "A I 4ff ' SENATOR BOURNE CHAIR MAN MAIL (OMMITEE, GIVES IDEA! DPQRTION Tomorrow is Shoe Buying Time- Government Ibould Pay a Ctr Mile Rate Equivalent to Cir Mile PajMngar Rate. i i i ! - 1 i I i I I III' in w i I,,,. , V ft" . " - get on .hi ggeregs fi - 'In I ;uii no iid bi that they iiti p xssi :n;' i n i MISS M lt I'll Kl DIM) i iLE PBPULAIION BiLL fil PRIMES OF TOWN WIPED Oil GOVERNOR ISSUES PROCLA BODIES OE 14 OF 107 MINERS MA I ION ON INITIATED MEASURES ENTOMBED ARE RE COVERED FAVORABLE 111 MEASURES NO HOP'S FOR MM q .. . . inj Race Track Bills Ww Retarded Work of Those Will Be Put to the Test Seeking to Recover ou August 4 N Bodies S - I r l mnmu i iii . ulnti i referendum I .i ding mi the August UCTliniUIKJlC Alberta, Canada, ; . f t iii. m i m entomhi a when hail keen brought to ii.. hope nf rescuing alive any of thi malning i 3 members of the ere thai entered the mine yesterday had been abandoned I hder i in- dtrertlon i apidly foi w hi ! today fall I III' I i - ill IH li.l'l I'll' III'. I II point . ; fin .III X 1 1 1 Inuei i he Hill i 'i l ted, hui n l K - Kin l B nf governmen Hill) Ut lllgllt ui hed ii pi "i'Ii.. desiderata In mull transports- the fn lui-ncy, spued and regularity, wd i" .i great egtuut the safety o. railroad p asenger transportation, I traffic: la a relatively corresponding "' he postofflca department has ad iiiuory i i many ther things ap lertalnlng to CIV "f passenger business depends "n ah of those things and they are i issary i" the Inorcaso of passenger buslncst and, hence, n sun for mall trans- portation, and i he g . eminent should pay us relative prop, rtlon ol same. "With theae premises ami dedur li'ins 1 again aaserl that my own con viction ii that the government should at leaa) pay car (ni rat iuiva- I'-nt to the average passenger car mile i ati- for the last five : cars, as .'luiniiiK the passenger iui mile rata tn be .i just rate, nam. ly, a little over 26 cents per 'in mil ii my pram iti's arc sound, my deductions are cey talnl) Hi logistical. "The duty uf "ui mimlttee la I " I to deterniine as far II la poaslbla to determine, what la uai compun-1 autloti i" I"- pals t" Hi" railroad fur the carriage nf mail The apparent .mi ..r til- poatofflce department hai heoii t.i i v . I a a method hy hlcn thu railroad mail pay could ! reduced, tlovernmcut is formed for the pro- ' lection of its cltlcena, and th" pro ervatlon of Uielr personal and prop-i-rty rights, it ought to s. t an i it :niiip for nil the people and should, therefore, Itself do Justice to each in dlv Idus i in sodety." I I Uftll Kl I I I Its I ROM l VI I .-mi., i at in . of ins flatus's Uuslnoss Mi ll Iii stup. 'ii 'I'll K i K, ' ikla , June '.'n WU h j the mercury .it ins, business here to day was almost luapanded, Several persons tverc uvcrcome i 1 1 l none ara n a dangerous ondltlon. 1M0 i It is the first da) of our Bpi UI (. ratiuf of styles n;"s and lasts. I' means you mi. I a splendid saviug, Tlir are no styles r White Hni'K and Canvus, Pumps and Straps, ii smart pair of shoes, All 00 Shoos remarked to sell it All $4.50 siini-s remarked to sell at All .rl.oo Khoes remarked to sell a' All jj:!.."iii siiu.'s remarked to sell at All $3,00 Khoes remarked to tell M All $2.50 si, ims remarked to g.-ll a , ini'ii iiicaiiN ssurmice of Every naif thers. .lust uomplete satiafaetor is I'einarke t'Otlll' In l r iissiirt .in y si I Dorol toiuorn 'Ills. fu select urn hy Dodd, w for n S4 ?,rj $3.75 $3.25 $2.75 $2.25 $1.85 ODD PAIRS AND BROKEN LOTS AT $1.00. About 300 pairs of Oxfords, Pumps am styles, that have sold iiuii to a few pail mi iiiis bargain t. even $5,00 ore (Straps, in pat Shoes that at 1.1X1 nt leathers sold for kl dull leatht ..Mi iklt.OO, M, all k I IH Is L00 urn mi. pair. Monday Basement Specials ati'r I'hiI- nt I!. I size. 1 6-quart water pall, made of galvanised sheet iron, HSc regular, tomorrow ut io. No phone ..ulers. " llab Swings at Me. I'pholstored hardw I sent, half round back rest, complete with r"i'C and celling books, regular ".".c, tomorrow at Z'jc. si mi ( uspiiiurs nt fBo, Polished brass cuspldorea with loaded bottom will not tip over Kegular H.B0. Tomorrow we offer tln-m at Tltc. '' Kprinkllna Cans at i.v. Four-quart watering p..ts, fi t.-, wuh well-braced handle, Ken ular Sloe, Tomorrow at I Be, II.Kfl milium. u at Ttl . Ail white enameled, seamless body comblnets "r slop jars with Ha and noiseless handle, regular 11.60; tomorrow at tit. "ii. Well llucbeU at We, Rilrs heavy atralght-shape Well bui ke-H with ball, 0oc Values tomorrow at 29c. tM i raab Burner at si.Tti Rxtra large Kize galvanised trash burner, selling for M.60 regular, tomorrow at i.T9. i 50 loUtcs Dryer at We, turge size, four-fold clothes dryer, made "t hardwood, H.50 values tomorrow at 70c, tiarden Rakes at 15c, There are nine rakes left 4"o, CO'' and a few TT.e uncs, we close tin-in at choice 2Dc. SI I lothcs llaniH is ui H-. S'luai. shape, open top, splH Kood ha in pels, oiilv seven left, 11,25 values, lomorroa at 4e. si mi Jardiniere liii I emi at fee ah iiriLsn Jardiniere with ever lasting fern 11,60 value tomor ron m Ts.. IS. Ml ii-.-1 ream Iroeser ai si.kii. niissard freezer, triple motion, 2 eml -uuiitt sizes, there are flvn it-it, a uu values tomorrow si 11.81. Si 76 (arbage an- at We, Largo slse galvanised ir.m garb age can with patonl i"-k cover, 11.70 siso tomorrow at BSc, firaniU'uare at Bc. About TT, pieces in water palls, dish pans, kettles, roast pans, coffee boilers und other pieces, soma extra g.ni values tomor row ut 2 c. WE SELL INDESTRUCTO AND HARTMAN TRUNKS. ls true these trunks coat a little more than the ordinary trunk and when you ev amine them and acquaint yourself with the conveniences and advantage and see just how they are made, you wonder why they don't sell for many times the prices of the ordi nary trunk. Let UI show you just tho model you in tln-so guaranteed trunks. (Trunk and liatf Department!, Third Floor) M,3f 7 hird Street and boston Ave. WHO IS H1ER OF T : MLi Ui I Ills t Mvt I (l s l IS Will 111 I' ssl l) I IMIN ItV M I'lll.MI. i I H KT. (Hi I. mm AM, ( . O. I). GROCERY ill I .i-i Plilrd sir. i-t I'lioiut. sas and .tun i Us ... Kugni i with IS .a I H sai k f f.uardant t Wheat Kluui sack ..f lliiiiranter Wheat Klour . 1". . an I'ls I'.-1 ' lies 1 lb llest II' id Itlce . l lbs Ileal Navy Ileum 2 li s la st i i ni. M It. i .' Ins I I l'i ai lies si no H.I BP 1 1 .1 I (HI 0, OS I no HIV M pad ages s. . ,le, Itatslns ifS :i 1 mi nt Sour I'u kles . .10 1 pint I., ttle v ' Kclehiip ,o l quarl Imttle V. t ' het. hup . . viil I . 1 lb, Hi si i 'otiipi. uml 1 IT Swift's I remluiu Hans, pet lb., ,2s ill .'.' Ireukfimt I tu mi, pei in it I., 2 He . .St 1 a- anil ( ifftHa 1 1 1 1 11 SI .1 rfra i'!,'i .1 IB II AS .80 ,18 is 80 n I i" i primary apprm The gaming laws pawied by the Inst i. , iture are very severe, niaking the . iiion of the i-.vv a felony and pro vniini: in addition a heavy tine, lr"i .... una s ambling game a penl i . ui rj sen! f from one t.i ten yrars and s fn f from 1600 to Ii dOO is provided r.'tniia or plnv t i ac it any of these games Is made a n I ., ui'ir. The operation of slot in. .. I. lues for either money or truite in tlsn msda n misdemeanor punish able ly fine "f ft..tn 2 to lice .r "i mora than ttilrtv itavs in Jail or both siieti fine and imprisonment. provision which cuts out the eissr Ktrl from permitting cuatomera to Ihi v dice is also placed In the I. ill Prom itn (,. 11,000 per itav may be r .-. v -'i e.t by Civil suit naainitt the owner ol mv building at "ther prop ettv -in. .1 f..r gambling purpoaes and the fines are -i lien nualiiHt th prop el 'v which ma) lie placed In the hands .f ne ii. i .i sold iii ease the pen . ..f. ate net paid The penalties III the rue trnek gan i 'iik 1 1 w are nol so severs ss I lie naming statute bin it - drawn " as to be east!) enforclble and t iver t-ver spet'les .-f i and lMokiuaklna and race track betting Those who condti rAce track gara I ling i hen .t are ibjeet to a fine f from liOO 10 1600, "lie f.eirth of whb h shall t.e paid to the Informer. nt. I to Imprisonment nol less than thiitv .iai. in i more than ninety days, 111 'it pel titles are placed "it ll trle rrei'h r. mpsn) of Its anftit which transmits Inforn itlon fur pool or ' kmnklng purposes ever :ln wire. tlon may he had "n the unaup i rted evidence of any aecompllcs of pat tl. lpsnt vvlt.. shall he giv en Itn- it) fri m prnsei mi ai f .i anything I . '.V ' ' . several h inured feel int.. the mine, The W"iK was retarded somewhat by a f:n- thai broke out today, bui was only lemporarlU delayed Thai the eaploalon us due t.. the forming "f H.isis 111 the lower levels "f 111" nllii, generally has been accepted Inves tigation preliminary t" the formal opening of the Inquest Into the cause "f thi) disaster has been started by K..V . i nmenl offli iols Hractlcaily the entire male popu lation i'f the little mining camp was wiped out by the iMsastpr. Was in old Oklahoman M'ALKSTKIt, Okie . June 20 -Thomas Qulgley, superintendent "t the Hill i'iimi iiiines near Ixdhbrtdge, Canada who was eni bed with L'Ju miners, the result ..f the explosion, began mining experience In the Mc A tester fields lie worked here i" years for the Osage .v iviw Coal Co., leaving McAlester five vents ago w ui Somlnate Hunter Mo- PAHKEItSHl'ltO, w i, June 20. Congressman Hunter M Moss of this .-Itv will he renominated with. lout opposition by the Republicans ot I the fourth West Virginia district at a convention hers July -'8 No one had signified Intention "f running agalnai htm when the tme limit ex- 1'ireti ii'tiay T. : T' , pel I t ' JOe ami S I I I . . best market pt ices Fry i 'hi kci pi r lb . . . .1 jh Fnt Live Hi ns, pn Ih ,fl Frt-eb iv mtri i .; - p. t .1 .. i, .so Fu II Cream Cheese, per .22 ' 1 gallon pure ('idei i sar. . .".. 1 i ait p ire i 'id el Inegm . . In 1 gallon .--'i r Im ... . . .20 W burs I't'.irl liits I ii nd C. Moup 28 LOOK FOR tu vii i i.i mi; i kiii si s n U i I l'i tltltl Mi MM II it MM I ll I I ( I s.m.tii.i.ii, June l!i ' Via Laredo, Texas, June 2'i i Hostilities will not be suspended between the ""iistn i- jiiiinniisi forces Hal the forces of I Htierta according to the note t" tho Niagara mediators which General I Carranxa w.u dispatch t" them t" morrow. The mediators in then an swer tu the announcement hy Uen- j oral Carranxa thai he was willing to ll IIH 1 I l'i . ." III ,1 I i I I S III 1 'II I I'IIII I I II' Insisted thai an armlatlce be agreed in hy the constitutionalists After long conference with his advisors, General Carranxa decided today that the re uiiest "f the medial ors COUld not he granted Whether this decision will prevent eonstltutlonaoat repeesentatlve being sent in nn unofficial capaolty was not Indicated here The text of the reply to the mediators was not made public ' as it has not yet ti-en transmitted t.i t hem. Fglestax Caldaron wim was to have been one of the Oarransa repre I aentativee, was still here toduy. W xslll.MITiiX. Jim" 20. A case unique In supreme court annate was docketed today when an appeal t reached that tribunal from a Mary land court order diteeiing appoint ment of a receiver tor the vital organs 1 "f a dead ii,an. The caae grows sut ol the fight over the million dollar Insurance carried by Edward O, Painter, a cap italist of Jai ksonvllle, l-'ln . when he fi ii overboard from s ferryboat at Jacksonville April 21, 19111. and was di ow nod. I'alnter became violently 111, went 'o the rail am! tell into tho water. I pon recovery of ats body his vital organs nere sent to Baltimore for ex amination Dr Charles Glasor, in wh .se custody they were placed, was enjoined by the Cnlted StatHS Fidelity - Guaranty Co. from turning the organs over to the widow and daughter for burial before tins com pany, which had tanned an accident polloy t" Painter, could examine them. At ttie iiisianee or the insurance cum- pany, a receiver then was uppolnted to take charge of the organs and to make a chemical examination on the ground the Insurance provisions, giv ing the company a right of exam ination waa superior to any property rights of the widow or daughter. Sun Want Ad might do it. fT. 'i:: ...V 1 '-evksHI Rr i Oil. C. ST Kit UN i ! ruOI.Kr. Notliiitg of Matter. Tex i Juni 20 a- cord Ktltuiionallal officials In icros tho li rder trora lit- " 1 id cms to . i'. ui t"V isiutial ' w . . from w has M ii iru Pulls. .1 Ad might do it jLibHCL iiBsX isKdkF' flii9i9kxiiHiiv a m iiLEBv rdvfp imB BBVsnBLkv vK - ' ' ' 'u Throw physio t f thfl doff -it will not hurt them, for thoy m iH-iifi than io swallow it. Kl hrt. Hubbard. Dr. C. Sterling Coolcy NERVE SPECIALIST 315-:ilti Clinton Bldg. Tulsa, Okla, No Drugs, No Surgery Not Osteopathy VERTEBRAL ADJUSTMENTS Health Via "The Cooley Way" it Is Different in Every Way Dr C. Sterling Cooley, BStttdi Olila. Hear Sir: W'o have learned of your Intentions to mnw from Enid and to aay that we fuel a great neraonal loss hut fonblv expresses how we really feel. W'e are not forgetful of the fant that when our eon came home a veur ago. a confirmed Invalid from the confinement and work Of the printing office aggravated by a severe case of ptomaine poisoning, the regular physicians, and we tried several of the best to he had. gave him no relief snd offered ns Utile h,,n,. tar hi. recovery, hut after one tieatrnent from you he bacen Imnrnvln and continued until he Is now hale and heart mot totiiti i at. regular work with no Indications of a recurrence of his trouble. We. are also reminded of the condition of Mrs Itsthraa ah. had heen trouhled with chronic Indlgeatlon and rcmale weakness and now attributes her present healthy condition to your skill and the Chiropractic method of normalizing displaced functions The cuae of the young lady who hoarded in our hum l thereby came under our Immediate Observation last veur mmm llttl. short of the tnlraculuua, and to know that Hhe who for vears hud been forced to cull a physician ouch month to trv to relieve the severe crumping thut attended her monthly periods wns per manently cured hy you, would hardly he credited by one who did not know the facts, but wo know it to lie true W'o regret more than you can Imagine that von linve decided to leave Bnld, and feel sure that when you are known In your new home as well as we know you. the barrlura ,,f i.t.,i,,,ii ...in u. broken down and many who have lost hope will find relief through jeui "All I I UI 1 1 Ml I 111111. You have our best wishes for the success you so richly deserve. Very (ruly, Mil. AND MISS. R. R. MATBBWI, Bnld, Oklahoma We make a specialty of chronic "Bo-eallfwl" incurable diseases. Brain. Nerve and Bnlnal troubles, derangements peculiar to women. Investigation costs nothing and LIFE, HEALTH, HAPPINESS. Dr. c sum NERVE spi i i i,is il.i-.TIO ( lint . n Budding. lol-a. OklalMMMSi I'ess Dalntv ss "Mlgnon." "The (ilrl nttt'iti t i tin. mi it, i ll ream.