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WILL LEAD SUFFRAGE! PARADE NEXT S, OH FU1. JTDfi F a , S READY i u , I'LL New Ti A greil showing o autiful .att-rn. 60c, $1 to $2 FOOTBALL IS FATAL TO HOBART H S BOY What Sweetheart Tried lor I impTe FIRST OF WAR LOAN MONEY CALLED FOR i Dependable Styles backed by Dspendable Tailoring and Ho.:est Value have built for this store a reputation of leadership. Stein-Block Smart Clothes particularly have helped us build this repu tation. Their style fit-tailoring and value will appeal to every man who appre ciates good clothes at moderate cost. Hun dreds of handsome patterns to select from in suits at S20, $22.50, $25, $28.20, $30, $35 and $40. Cvercoats-S15, $18, $20, $22, $25 up to $50 The Boys I) partraent is the I ! bov The Shoa Department -Hans-ii A: Son and Jh. Banister cus ton made 81 is 6, $6.50, $1 to 18. m Second Installment of U. S. "White Beck1 MISS IRWIN PLAYS PIER ROLE SUPERBLY V NCE CASE TO BE UP AGAIN NOV. 1G - i i i i i Man I ii ..I iji- in ii' r-.i ovi mbur tit I WOULDN'T DIP HIS CATTLE: GOES TO JAIL - V NAME OF WOMAN ON GRAND JURY LISTS i Free I ri ii Co a pon i III. I. M il hall Mil h . ue I'rmi 'I la Ik R Won't II. mi- lO Hi r' 'I In. null Mr - 1 GET $200 JUDGMENT AGAINST TORPEDO CO. OLD "NELL" SIGHS FOR NEW "HOODLUM" it. mil i- $3,000 Polk! Patrol ii Delivered: No One Kim- hy. WOMEN SUFFERERS Nl ED SWAMP-ROOT i Mn i i . n. n hlale Hoard, I i,i.i the W ill ITsc ihe Ii inula-. v.:iit ti, borrow money? World Great Closing Out Sale of Millinery Our entire stock of Trimmed Hats, shapes ami trimmings must be closed out withii ;i few weeks. Present quarters are too small for a display of our lines ninl the handling of the crowds of purchasers. We have been unable to find larger quarters in a suitahle location so will have to close out our entire stock at a loss. This sali- means a great saving to every lady in Tulsa and vicinity you can get your hat now at l-ss than wholesale prices. Note These Sale Prices O I J 0 One 1 rit of shapi i Ine int of shapi s worth 1 1 to $ for worth up to (. 50 83c S1.98 S2.48 CO 00 ipCiJU S2.93 .: Trimmed llat Entire line of Higli Grade Pattern Hats at greatly reduced prices. Don't miss Tiii -air as it will mean a great saving for you. Tlii, store will be ope"ned again next spring in larjror quarters thi sale offers an opportunity for you to be come acquainted with our values. Drummer's Millinery Sample Company 223 South Main Third and Main St. .Inhtl in- I"- nun Dally V,.i 1,1 Mi.rhtan ' -i mi j k ' Issiiivil A Clogged s-i'iii Need ileniUtn, Ir. King's New Life Pill taken starts tht Imwrl moving tin I nriiil hikI idly Moreover H u wlthon! erlnlng Neglect of rlogged ysterti ofl.n lends I" most . iloii ini.uill.a lion Poisonous n liters and a bod) tiooiiv functioning need Immediate at If M 'I Wlxll to U.lko lip In morning happy In mind and . .- nfh .1 Mint oiii " it iiilit. J.', a bottle. Adv. tent I U d will he mi Impoi i World's history " Robert a McBlrney, Undertaking , arl i - IS West Third B1 Phone Rat Ian phone III Adv. ii, mi barb) Christian church to nlghl. Baptism .U close of servL-e.- Adv. Mi -Man Pave fw Injury. I.AHOMA CITT. Oct IS. Ihr M. M.i 11 I'll roriiiai,y 11 ml .-emeu In full for $' '" tO With the oil om I i i Montgomery lost aboul hall of the thumb of nla Mk'h hand and about the same portion of the first fi'tic r of It ,i and l'v 'l concerned believed to !. fair and equitable, Oklahoma Charles, 1 gpi rlcl t n wrts I OKLAHOMA CITT, Oct Sec ' i ..... r v. of sinte J. u t.jon today Is I sued thi following charters: Ealine t mi company, Muskogee, cap ital, 18,000; Incorporators! Lyle Declue, nharli i P Ootwala, w. K Dli B , Hryetal Bprlng Water company, Tula, i apltad, II, In orporat L e. Alien. I, D. Prentice, L w Maeon, Tumi u Million Dollar lire. RALTIMORB, Oct 2v Plre to night totally deatroyed Pier si of the Baltimore Ohio railroad t Locuel r. t. it is aatlmated the low will be n exoeae of one Million dollura. Iiti.i 1 lovlnifly rtferren lo ny i uj probably by thin ttme would be Thoee who saw the plane of tin new patrol ad mil they wore very beautiful, bul nothing but the plane have been eecn. The motor of thi machine ti eaid to have been manu factured eleewhere than in Tulaa, white the body waa to ba product ot t ti i v city in police circles it t not known whether either the motor or too have been flnlehed, bul one thing i roHaln Nell's xti'l on the oh .ml The new imlrol will COal 'he city 13 (mn when it le ready for delivery WARM WEATHER AIDS OKLAHOMA COTTON Every Furnace Busy, But Can't Meet Demand (Continued Prow P me ) Specie! to Thf World OKLAHOMA CITT, Oct.' II The paal few days of sunahlne hus put an unexpected phase on the cotton crop in Oklahoma, md according to men who have ''evn Inveatlgattng the con aUlon or the growlns crop, there ie t,e'.v t. 1.. .i n'ii-.rlm In the Oklahoma yield for thin year, Cotton men who have been out In the country return. Ine to the dty I day eald th.it tf con dition! continued ii" they nre, the 'lit, WOUld have two hundred thou- Hiifd boles mop than was previously predicted it Ii said thai with the eunebtOe of the paal eeveral days the lolls iirp ,.ienlti)r rap Id b and the ,-ot- lon i of e " lienor quality, it is pre dieted thut the price will remain Rood. and thai there rp today 176,1 men employed .it iron and steel plants throughout ihe united States h. ' were not on the ti.ivroiis n year ki This Ih about llftv per i i nt Im r. aa . The reason for the Increased number of men employed ln itiK dlaproportlon- ! ;ite t'i the volume of bualnee, thev aswrt. is th;it d..rintr dull linns many mm wire retained for the purpoai of mnkln repairs, cleaning up and doing odd Jobs. Mi rum- iv Busy. The fin h.ive heen lighted In vir tually every blast furnace in the United states in the ease of the stiri' corporation the inut remaining Idle furnace si Columbus, Ohio, i.' now being put into operation, Plants I . losed fur Ioiik periods, due to thf-l high COSl of operation and the pre-l vailing low price of ttu ir products, ' have been blown in during the past three months To find a parallel for the greater activity in the iron and s'i . 1 trade. H wan snld today. It Was necessary to back eight year tol the middle of 1907. Steel and tee product are lolllnc out of the mill today at the rate of fifty mil ion ton a year. It Is con eervattvely estimated, and iron is be-1 Int manufactured at the rate of forty million ton Vet with all the pti-. nt activity, irreat i the demand, it is stated, 'especially the foreign demand, thai it is virtually impossible today to buf tot Immediate delivery. Prices have Increased somewhat sliily. but there seem to he every It- licatlon that further rises are op the way. At thi present time. It Is estimated there are employed In the producing end of the industry ap proxlmatety 111,901 men. K A.H I "The Big First Street Store." Today and Tomorrow are Boy's Clothing Days At the Pall Sale. We have fjtiip through the Boys' Department and repriced the entire stock for to day's si('ci;il drive. Boys' Suits, Coats, Pants, Shirts, Underwear, Hats and Caps All Lr" today and tomorrow at price concessions that will astonish every mother with a .saving instinct. KAHN'S 15 East First St.