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BILL UP III SENATE REVOLT ARE illl turn id in i ii run i s VI I HI II HAM UiQlN ' I llH -I Its III III i I H pn Rh OK . I, ui n v v an. i u IHTKH OXfoitDN WAS AGAIN TAKKN UP FOR MORE discussion i BSTEBDAV CLAYItlN MEASURE ADOPTED Bra ml ! Don t Like CtommHtej A. Hun uiul Will Appeal I" Ui Premiem. MORRM OODI TO IULPHUB Sim I. ill., I- Mill Hi' ! Hi' nil nil 1 Hill' Mull If, -. .1,1,11, i.f the Hi, ill' SlSCtlllll i r i in' ballots i ir i in ii mi ii i i ili i i I i All i in- i,. i Hi, i . mini i"' I Bl i" tha i DEFEATED BY THE LOYAL TROOPI WITH A HEAVY LOSS SUBURBS SHE STILL SAFE Although Capita 1- Attacking Sin, ill Towm, He lb HAvin Slight BuiifcSS. I CONFERENCE OVER HOME RULE BILL HI PRAOTI CALLV A FAILURE WILL LIKELY END TJiDAY It Is Ot ii. i .illy Bei 1 1 ved That a Speedy Election Is Inevitable. imtiiui llll I III' U I prow win failure of jit lead! i . ho i H' r 1 1 .mi' u fadi rn chief, revolted today with OS men uf ,, . dstachmsnl "I tha -" 1 1 i - n 1 1 1 rsgi nu n' In iii'WjH It.ij. is mid bl in"'1 '!' nlerlaken III III" S. ilil. i I'll bill" iiir. nf ii" mutineers wi . i rap iiii u eseape .in, i i" being I'lwh t -1 lowed It) tin- guveriiinanl 1 1 i . ! !: ..III. -,i i 1 1 I lit- Mt Xi.'UII rilW . I he Hi isida "f Vera I'rui had i ii repslrod, and that .hi iiriliii.u y , , Mic I linn wmld i, ' III" tilt ,r", ' In Vei i i in k, annum .it that purl tomorrow nlgtit. This .iiii be 1 1 fn i 1 1 tin ii,, in Hi,- capttul to Vera i i u in. ' A pi ii (0, I . i . 1 1 1 , iii" Ritiu'h .mi iin capital 1 1 Klip . i i Utti ii... .. " i ii federal VII I'.nn- tie Suit'. I Inar ' nnti linn -if fedi in i troops pita) Is i ii. ing iii" fi are of i . ir 1 1 dlni ' attach . ii 'in' :! Querctarn The govern- i mi n inside i he nexl mr hour i Miniati i V - rii tonight l Audi wi prnv .i u ni, Band Was Musical But Selection Bad I Willi liuJ liiipurtint Meaning ruts ll.e Might Sort of V im Where Most Needed. nil nwift mu tie iin mi in . anil If I M. ill. j I ! ill . -I I i lullf u had Now Is the Time when you can save one-third on the highes, grade clothing shown in Tulsa. s BLOCH Spring and Summer Weight .Sun s 2 mid 3'piet e SOCIETY BRAND Spring and Summer eight Suits for Young Mm 1-3 Off Regular Price ALL OUR STRAW HATS Panamas and Bankok Hats 1-3 Off Regular Price AH our Hoys' and Children's Suits "am- pi ck" Suits and Jos. Skoicny Suits included 1-3 Off Regular Price IH is' Mlllt I H I V IlKTsi ."Hi- Values S5u UOVK' KTIt.VW IIVI-. MI UK- I t i i Kl HI i l u S3 l -it u M l-l.ll I I thy TOM noon n AT ITS UK ST - ASK Poll "MUNAHCH" SI.K. I !' iiii supped iiiin utir ' taotor) tVffJ morn init lur )uiir cigars oti could nut ct any i" let ter Donditiofi than tboM you will tn id ui yottf dealer's. W'c lake care that every tnhacconist lifts his I Hin Moorei in pnroc condition and not in un duly lair Qutntitieii So rvrr I urn Moore ynu huv han rill its original niclliiw nildaaaii IIicwjim' Ml un broken Tba niiar it oompaal ami "apjriady," TuJay try the "Maaarob" ir Tom Moore cigar io Little Tom 5 H It K.1M.S1U4 m m 1PD0I t LI n nniujiii REPORT FAVORING CHICAGO M A AT t.Tir T DP A111 O T At ATE TODAY. I In I Vu'.ir Y. es will be prop erly cared for if vou SEEKATZ about i linn when in trouble. 'C,, S Main. Phone 3473 ii i In- reaaoni f mi Amerln n, owner l I,. nb i i.. make etrong lo Hi" WaahlnBton ir.liiiK Hi" Witlon of ill .k ho telaed hlH montha .i... and are 1 1 for their hena- recompi m Ina the itlafli'd nii having ..f hli plantation, Mr. iontltt!tlonallita had n "' kh for i he e nu Ida prnpi rty I la ,'i '" en Informed that rrpreai'titarlvea of thr eonatHulional lute would "all on him In few daya t., arrange for the payment of tin in . and dei lared i" fi an ii If he .tii would .-"invr Mr. PVIabla now h Senator Lee in a Special Report Condemns Report ol the Majority. VVA8HtN(JTON, July St Pour lictiiorrutlc members of Hi" lenale i. .nihil,.: currencj committee who ara HupporUng Thomaa D, Jones, "ii" .if I'reeident yVilaon'a nonilnaei for tha faderal raaerva board, iinuiticaily had completed their report on the nomin ation tonight and H probably will be Hubmlttad to irn: senate tomorrow iiii- majorlt) of ih. oommKtee ii roady hu rr ported adveraely. Nothing had been heard tuiiiu-iit from Benator OQortnaa .'f New Vorfc, .i h, mmm uilH I,, li.iir- t,"i ii in i-itti. ferenoa adth Paul M. Warburg, .m I other nominee for the board, rela tlve in ih" lu ter'a appearauca before . i tin poinftiitti . . Benator Blair !." f Maryland, ..iif of ii '.nun ttenmen itipportlng Mr, Join i, made public an Individual re pori thai ii" will anbrnlt to th" sen ate. 1 1" refi red io th" majorlt re- "IDENTIFIED ' SIX TIMES BUT EACH ONE PROVED FALSE. M BE ONE SF M WOMEN But Neither of the Women Men tiourd H:is Yet Been Located. uJ 1 tl.lt till' PI III Ml II ! il I VV I I Is III i I Vl. V I In iii atlih in litraaii .i in -nit ni tile it, ii -i i ill I 1 1 or wii Mil IV ii i tlli'V F'AIMiAIKM nil i v 1 I III x i . V iiaon tilde ii .'i da Bgi rou i the peace and Indui " nli in fn 'ii its n ' 'in mi ' . Mr. Jones' relatii I i-r compa n , 'ia nf Mr. Jones in 'iin company i Ui proper, ii tgpri solidations ai ,1 that i act oral a'ltb l'i esid v m destroying .to Mr Jones ami nth real ra hied ;i mon p EXTRA RL9IRB SIGGU vv v 1 1 mi Pltl i ii IR i; i i i tin t l ui m;vix si; GALVMSTON, Texas, July 22, p... Hue official sold tonight th" still were without identification nf the .uiik ii'iniii'ii whoae dead body was found mi the beach near here yester day. Thr bod) baa been Identified "positively' aii that of six different persons during1 U" thirty-six limns it h is been in the morgue here, bni in each case, police say the supposed identification proved lais". It was es tlmated that 10,000 persona had i lewi 'I the body, police '..tiii'iit .;aiii they virtually ui ire certain the body wax not that "i .u".. Alma Johnston of DaUaa, as ii; Ueorge . Hillpot of that oily loimed ulv today They also put little crede n the belief that the dead woman Mrs. George Hop per, although iii" whereabouts of neither Mrs, Johnston nor Mrs, Hop i per had been learned tonight, vva, iii (salvestMi. CLEBIJHNE, 'lYxas, July 22 Mrs. .11 xencnam nt I'lenurne s.iiu nere i Itoday thai her nephew, George Hop- 1 per, ami ins wire, were supposeo in lie in Galveston at thi-i lime, where ii was s.iiii by th" police that tho woman found dead ..n ii. beach might prove Mrs Mi Hi ham sun! 'It" emtld RiM' Saves Labor 4 )i 52,000 Times a Day Si'.oco this is the rmmlirr of timer, your typist hits the keys of your typewriter in performing the Average day's work. These figures may surprise yon. But you can easily prove them for yourself. F.very ont of these s- ,coo strokes ii ptrfemwd witli les tjjort on the ToSia Monarch Think of itt A daily labor saving multiplied fiftytwo theutBHd tttHttl flunk what ihut amounts, to in a iimntli or a year! Is it any Wonder that tin words "A'o three o'Woiir fatigUS " Lave become universally current among Monarch operators? Or that these opt rators swear by the Monarch? ( ir that Monarch owner'; are pleased with tits woii; they get its quantity ami Its quality? A Bay Monarch oniicr i r operator ana lii.J Mil lot i.iursrll. VV r have &u illublmii'd bcuklct on ihik labjtd Mlbich m voiim lot the aiLiDS. Aionarch Department Remington Typewriter Company 114 Bast Second St.', Tulsa, Olda, days ago, nmr Sua T.uis Potoai fJon tales has ordered his entire dlvlsimi to advance in Queretaro. He reports he expected t" . . -1 1 1 x that point soon, Queretaro is regarded as the real irateway in Mexico 'iiy. General Eulalln Gutierres has taken possession of Sau Luis Potosl inill t iry governor Carranxa today named Col, Alberto Puentes Davila governor of Aguax Ca Ih nt' i. He whs governor there under Madi ro. Exciting Scenes in The Cailiaux Trial IHL ONLY GENUINE TURKISH BATHS In Hie ily. In laiSISJIf III of Hie first National Bank BaHdlnc Open Day and Night niorongtil onmpeteni ami exper less ed M asset in. .rd f i , mi r.im fl ih" trag. y opinion per tn ilnrln Mine. ;, In letters HEW YORK IkW OP 1 HIE iD ii I I I M IIII WW PK -I HI V I VV II -' 'N HAN I Kl Villi I Ili V ' inir thr 4 meii ci n goi . rminssj to prri' nt tha rfj i ; neral N i I la'a fnrei s, f ,ir knunltiona which .I in a counter n v olu- i i he ' Slor ts nr , r line the have iir ipon tim he I'hii'"- VV.in i snm'iiili r I Ikinndnjonsjll) MKXtco riTV. J i v j.' Conor ijan, andajr secretary of govarn rnt said toiiirht that whiln Pteal- Intematii parttcuh ii nt rarbajal is Wi lid i'.. liver up nMtxiiig Mv v ,fe will barro "Semi h-r nver hen i irsnsfer isUtttMon . Iii a ha tun oudl th.it III" and n . f i ii.fi.ins alone i'1'' r, - i i, I "la 's order a r a ring bfllai CI . I" p a?;. i vehicle crossing ii lino searched, and to sttentioa to tank i its e pn . .. itlona prove unavailing, expected tha gtivemmenl ma) In .1 f rmal rnilnrs'O proi lama It i ai iprn sacrsl that within the past feti months enormoua quan t:iii of munithHUl have lieen slipped Int, i Mix a, It is known that th i it sc t General Villa's last trip In Jn.irrj w i lei facilitate the P'ir- hare nf arms and ammunition from the United ,' and it is understood tie i as so . i d hu laniiitic something i ver Sight niiM'oil cartridges tcroas tho line. the glvi If s I raw i I a-v f'T Them Thi Idea .f a vacation, declares the J i '. v ' Hsrnld. Is tn seek a mm- ' ph 1 utgt vacata the mind a. much is i'. ib la and of course this is not dlfflcutl fut some to do. It wmiM I. i... : r s.'tne ,,f t Ti - - ran- ! iiidtiii-s for i ! .nre, if thry wsnted an i loontc Man, Carranza Talks io The Mexican Capital (Continued from Paim tine.) daatruation of nf" nr property la the capital until liis arrival. Manuel Walls, eiiiifi.lentl.il Agent of tin- Spanish government, now in t."i Paae, addressed a communication to- l.iv ,, the first thief, asking If it u-ifitM he possible that h, he received tn diai uss mfnrmalry affntri In Mex- ., . ifferting his countrymen. He also pr- senti-d liis personal rnKaMs to f!en- erai Carransa. Mr. Walls jr.is noti fied at once that he would he re triril HtMirrto. nil communications from the Spanish .mil other European Powers hair bees transmitted to the constit uttonsltst government through the diplomatic representatives of the Tutted Rates While Mr Walls' visit will he nnoffli lal and doss Dot entail r. agnltlon hy Ppain. his government Is the first which has niudc such a request 'is also was reOsivsd hire that Gansnri Pnnfllo Nalara's men ,st,t day occupied Agaas Caltssttes attar the federals had left it. General Gonxalas resortsd i hut a heavy rmr guard battle ns fought aith tbs retreating federals tans : saw her on the night edy, said: Intended to loll." Mine. Calllaux interpi t ,. deposition and i Id : Gulllemni d was the onl ; whom she h i.i show n th. and Mm.', i i 'ii ii mi id Willi, i i.e.tr her ! .ait thai they were perfectly coirecl in tone and the iitt' ra of a well broil man "That i swear to," answered the i witness, raising h"r h I. One of ih" last witnesses was Adel nonnard, of the staff of the i "u- I who produced a letter In whl Ii M. Calmetta ask".i him to express ii""p regret to Hue. Gucydon t.i Call- laUX'S first wife I that h" had beOO forced to us lu-r lett- r. Mexican Peace Is Far From Certainty fCoutin ucii from Page one. people who support the Harbajal gov I emntent will resist to the utuinisl any ladvunce of the oonstlttttlonallsts ttiti l believe the Amen an government v 1 II use Its Influen 'e to prevent sneh a siuip of a nor hv as might i"'iit Ifrr.m further fighllni Bven If the ICarbajal government does ii.'nit and ' no smnssty i granted, tite ennstttu ItlonaJIsts eanuoi then be certain nf I stat. In I'lVtinii ui I :., rh r Mian fn take a ban te i n being exernted, many of tbe g .. r.ils vhi supported Huerta , will as Oi ' n aln xdt mis done, go in m" mouiiiaiDS ana ii'mu i inter ri volution " Mr. Etabasn had a th" Sni, t Ii A mi 1 1 . in ca'tcd on ii" Knanlsb 111 e 1ST l lllg fljr .Ni V. dav. Um thrsi i ...i ilon Small Missouri Farm f .ithrr 10. 20, 10 or 40 iLirf (you lt yeiir rtioi, . r.yfl'.. esisisK)ssa 3 bwalesTasd WOaaswisM msm 1 .000 i r.l n4tinv niih two eassiasfa psmi iss ', llsssipMSl; ll lor only $1(10: $5 dir., n r nd r.mtlilr , uiihoulmlfrm r tain. V. ',.vr ldti'P l.ilua: lte A bvyvit, Pnvn.mil So,, in ciir ..I OS l'i. Wr.trl..r pliolf.r,i, lii adh.liiniomi.iti. n. W'UIS R. sWRCSg, H. Y. LAY CasBH Cs. M. r the long talk wit lie dl.itrirs SUi imbai Nador b" Ynrii lata in all "ti President Wilson and logi tt wiih Secretary Bryan discussed nucsUpn nf the N'lagara r.iils media tion, it wa.- tii" first lima Ambas sadt i I 'e lam t of Brnxll had been In Washington since the conferences ai Nlugnra Kails began. The presider. I thnnked Hi, diplomats for their ef- fnrtF. Ambassador De Gams told tils president thai medlutlon .could be con : nli n d as onded w ith the retirement of Huerta. Discussing the Mexican situation afterward, m.e of the mediators said tha problem had many grave aspects Thej had beard nothing definite. In said, about the attitude of General Villa toward Carranxa, and therefore were not lii'linetl in comment nn the future. BA(K TO HEALTH Is usually very slnw work, SUI you can help ,'ature wonderfull) by the use of HOSTETTER'S Stomach tillers it iii, mills the rundown system) rest ores xppstlte, aids digestion. promotes n gularlty.