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T W E 1 1 V ft THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 19 1 MAY KOT MOVE CITY OFFICES AFf-H ALL DECIDE TOMORROW Convention Hull Was to Have Been Occupied ct.uh.w a:;d willltt sparring tor pardons nnniti nimntinm f IHUW rAlhuWCU THE BOOTLEGGERS W How He N While . Ilin li-.ITl'tl i Red Mr. Crow to ; i fnen confined i iKi licit ions ere u ctoai '1 Its ease i i bi lleved oil les laded Thursday, Clearance Items From The Third Floor Down Comforts One-Third Off ()nl a leu real Pine down comforts le from $10 to s-" t, some tiilki others satin eoveredi Prices ONE-UHRD OFF Bd Pillows S2 Pair These pillows are a good sanitary mixed feather, Bizes ''1'J7 inches, cov ers are faiiev down-proof tick. Price pair $2 former Dei tratlc boH ot PrnctiOiitw Ac!W;3 llett, . ii indldote for su- I I ubptj I I Ly VVilVC Sweeps Country for their liii golning oyer the nom- K Two Jims Both Are on Gsages in line for a Job Heecing If Not Careful ourse, affects only tin- per- sessions of tin I., Open Office. di .1 i isages, it tii.it it materially weakens 1 1 at i n hlch t he go, ernmenl offl tave in id o or i he sage wardi iiii-c-s ii stir. Nobod) .it all questions i lie tvonder why any Oklahoma court to 1 1 1 in Ii out of t he h inds of tin I ho 111- ust took lederal reserve at tho treasury Indications were. torn Page nuc.i ports from the 1? liatricts made public department i mi i n li t . according to I he re ndu Ions through- the t ntlre country art oul Ing. the report sold ere n portt .1 sv Louis dlstrlcl t hal prospt 1 is there lit. Business men teneraMv optimistic, with wht lesole Interests in many unes show Inn gams, luulro nls were em ploying more men, are showing In ert osi ii i amlng i and arc buying more front, thnii for noma ttini' last. Pinal crop figures for the district were City Prosperous. rnnnrtad tliat Drohl ii nt llni At the li.it Ii to ml tin' hi the de- ..ige. mailable wh.-n the report 9 is bul it was gald ' he harvests i abundant. Kansas Kansas City . at no time In t he history trie! had wholesale trad active and satisfactory. , nil , sites n 1 b being made ami collections arc tar nv-ornufi There ha.l been it made, nl been tin i tango notion i country m ml nt .f tii if two 'ill! til ill together in Hi a ml rleh- gas, nli'iital In tin and tint lei any Baskcl Grocery )l i I 111, VNT V phone BI.1 tS05. t ia xon ni m in Nwomped if tin Hat Ion, Ii i scatter ii out. ' 'ii thai plan, Uncle 8am Oil company gets n of oil it i ii ; onslder itself Ami nti that plan, it' onj body smell nt gas from the Osage xn pt i in' I Hilt. i n Terrltorj should i.ti agatnsl the his medicine nuthoi 1 1 itlon of tin it Mill with saiil 1 1 1 inn I tint i ns people. Ii ..nuts derstand that he Is up nl by powers that be and take s and of- wnhi'iit wincing Keep w.ii In mi Congress, it is nut believed thai anybody 1 sell 2.V Win. II friends are with ilu day ami ho dav's mall In lias nit him. mstt hail i ver re . Ishei In set His ii-. tho 1,1 h sing matters congress, it t he vi aters up some un initli regards I5e SOc 50c 25c asc SOc 20c 051' .t;t, 15c I.V :t:i.' 80c 15c 20c I ."ii .t M 1 1 111"! Mm tn In- these sii tn the floors nt' only muddy up iml yet it inislit show ' thought-of connectl ms. till- mi ana tin gas. inrj i'uniiaiil - In pu 'ut persons are coming forth with Sols that must lie reckon 1 such proposals thai apparentl Sinclair to Make a Personal Tow thr poweri n I ugh been n thr eled consider ligament no ly of out in v hal dissipation, tiiat has mi a And in ought to tin mther thing, p a Inl of exp n with tht'S,' i Washington, i.- surface, somebody ansa money u rips from Ok w hlch at e In hi hlngton, and arty to fi k ndlj rew ii iys h costs orottnil yith official it costs lots ol It Insignificant eosi inted. i w 6t'i 20c, -. 110c, 85c. in nl" im i i i if nil., will prove a .1 nai ...n. and now const iit.'.l to take i ut thai Is only the .i getting w hat i w May "(jyp" Omiujcs. ore can i I. t hej may lost t h 'I'll. I .' is uoilllf to 1.0 propositi) n, In n a lea idly f tim dls- t'npreced-' ubove the a genera l nl of win at to tin' n. al l. i 1 aP't while the quality was somewhat dls-! appointing the price has more than offscl that. Railroads in the district are using practically all their full rolling motive i qulpment. i The Dallas report dealt principally with tho prosperity Baia to pc inai catt .1 by lumber and oil prices. tmprovemenl in the Boston district has continued with "renewed vigor sus the report from that district. Trade in the New Vork dlstrlcl was reported usually active and still ex panding, Loans of hanks in the New York olearlng house Increased 041,000 between November I and Jan uary I. deposits Increased $124,234.- ' and excess reserves decreased I $;i7,'i7.tino. ISaiilicr- Optimistic. Philadelphia reported general busi ness conditions still Improving with banks declaring the outlook most promising. Requirements of steel buyers In tin Cleveland district were reported as I. i en. .nuh to Insure that the entire I year's output would I Trade In almost Richmond district ' factory. General activity ami expansion in all lines was reported from the At lanta dlstrlcl ami sound and per- mai . ni pi osperity predicted for l i . Chicago reported general Improve ment in business and manufacturing ; with manufacturers, retallei wholesalers doing business on an ! "e en more than normal baits." The outlook for I'.'Ui in the Min neapolis dlstrlcl was reported excellent. Leading railroads in tne s.m rran olsco dlstrloi report record earnings and arc buying ties freely with a good effect on the lumber business. $10 Wool Blanket $7.75 Beautiful wool tilanketi . eithei" plaid or plain white, with colored borders, silk bound on rials, sizes are real large. Special $775 Outdoor Sleeping Garments Flalinelette outdoor sleeping garments, fool pockets and detachable liood. Reg ular $2 value. Special at $1.39 R dncoats special 'mi ot' Raincoats al One Foutth Off Hosiery Clearing up sale of Hosiery. Small lot-. and broken line of ladies' and misses Wo 39c $1.00 value 89c l'.V valm 50c aliw Odd Curtains One Half Price Only one and l" paiis of each kind. Splendid values where one can use one in two pair in the room, Good unes and cheap ones, To close oul the odd ones One Half Price Special Values in Infants' Department Uabv comfort vests, cotton onlr. A 25c value tor wv 'ai!ia Nighties. A 75c value for .. 59c nine Sweater Suits. A $2.50 value al $1.50 Silk Bonnets, Biz.es io years, at One Half Price Children's Sleeping Garments Flannelette in white and stripes, ages 2 tn 8 rears, a 59c value, for clearance at 39c Children's Gowns Flanelette in white and colors, ages 1 to 1 1 years. Regular 59c values. For clearance at 39c SUITS One-Half Price STREET DR ESSES-One-Half Price EVENING DRESSES At 25( Discount CO A TS- One-Half Price Harlow Dry Goods Co. THIRD AM) SOU'lH BOSTON V enaiors Mix in Discus sion of Neutrality BE PRETTY! (Continued from Page One.) GRAY HI!H DM SWEENEY'S hp taken care of. all lines in the tins been aatls- of t in- gyped' it i hi tr in lis i oitncil did Th. ontlrel) si t s. he .uli l to apparent al a lot of wall d about "pro As a general . ' v pin s. tile 'Open Mind' Is Policy Wilson Is Following (Continued from Page (me.) (I'll i I t i I In w ill real in tin 'new deal' e men of can the impalgn Mr. Sln- i 1 1 1 leaders in Have ) hi had your child's ex. - examined" If glasses ate not needed we tell you so. TULSA OPTICAL 10. M MU&CH, MgT. Suci csscr to P. J. Anderson . . S.' .tli .Main llis friends In Tulsa who first pro s' ,i of hope for the "Orand i lid Party" in tho facl thai this man ol Mb affairs and positive action Is going to gsl Into tho tronches, so t sp ilv. and help lead the party to a Hon, Consklcr Import Duties. WA8HINOTON, Jan. i Chairman K it iii in announced today thai the house ways and means committee would iie-;in hearings January 14 on Representative Hill's lull proposing protective import duties mi ilyestuff and certain chemicals w ith a lew to building up a domestic dyestuff In dustry, in asking for the hearing, Itepresentatiyt' Mill s.iul nuinufoc- expfring lessee is reduced to an ciiia; footing with all .'thers. Leases hardlj , vel contain a clause uivill the lessee pre-eminence onco the lease i nns out, ami If tt.i lessee docs i t gel whal i COmlng ti him under a lease whl( h he Pas i vi culed. it Isn't the fault of the h tM I tut therebj is going to hang a tule an da wall becausi big Interests are nol going lu be muted without some Kind nt a not e. Program Mapped ut l Ver) likely it will be btil i coinci dence thai the recommendations of iin department and its i-.tits will be I to-and-sc and lhs what the intor eats wish will bo right tu line with these recommendations, Thero may be son n sc. ui. lane jf o,ioitio,i develop on the surf i.e. but away down deep the currents will operate im the s;iiue dlrectlon( and 'ho Osages ij not know anything about is a reminder tit it i i oun klnd is tusi a council after ma) or in It. which nil of at'N nil. i ord for LANSING, Jan. Henry Ford, who from ins Buropean O place on the It, ttai ballot in Michigan this Knouib petitions to make President. .. The name of recently returned pet mission, has publican preslden- spi .ni;. possible men) sent additional instructions to its representatives abroad urging haste iii the gathering f Information. I Secrets rv Lansing made it clear that the department had received nothing Which would tend to establish two most essential points, namely, whether a torpedo sank the Persia, and if so. the nationality of the submarine which fired It. Justifies siiikim; COLOGNE, via London, Jan. r. (7:01 p. m l The olls Zeltung, dls- cussing the sinking of the British stcanu r Persia, says the sending of the vessel lo the bottom was Justified as the American consul at Alexandria reported her lo be armed, which mane her a warship. "The Persia." says the newspaper, "undoubted!) would have used her cannon aL.ntist I lie suhiual'ine if latter had betrayed her presence." The oiks Zettung refuses to be lli n Router's Washington dispatch reported thai tin official American view is that the ormamenl of the Persia docs not Change the merits of the ease. "When President WIISOD nets I ho official report from Alexandria," says the Voiks Zettung, "he will call to account tin British government for its unsofupulousness in arming a pas senger veeneL Mr Kurd's candidacy for president were filed with the secretary of state this ufternoon. itiu Month's Receipts. ST. PAUl .Minn.. Jan. ,v tlross earnings of the ilrrnt Northern rail way for last No ctul.er were ts.'U.'..- Lusitania was loaded i" tip' guards with ammunition ami explosives. Passengers were permitted in .-.pile of this to travel mi the vessel. The government itself in full knowledge that the ship carried munitions of war is morally responsible for the deaths of our citizens." When Senator Works declared tho United States actually was partici pating in the war by the sale of muni tions, Senator Reed, Democrat, Inter rupted to ask: German) Got Plrsl Loan, "Does tho senator not know that tho first loan placed in this i.iuntry after the war began was a loan of twenty-five million dollars to Ger many and that the loan was made without protest from him or any other citizen'.' lines the senator not know that Germany procured ;.rms in this country as long as it was possible fr . md i hor to iet them'.'" "Thai may all he true,' Senator Works replied, "bul that docu not , alter the situation." "if it Po true." continued Senator Reed, "that the markets of this coun try are free and open to Germany as well as to all other countries and that this government does not distinguish between any belligerent nations, then hOW can the senator say that this gOV- ernmenl has taken an unneutral position?" Would snip u Supplies, "It is Impossible to gel arms to Germany and I say it is morally' wrong tor tins government to permit: shipment of arms to any of tin bci- I llge rents," Senator Works insisted.! He added that his principal objection was based on a conviction that tin! i ntted states was aiding in prolonging the war ami the killing of men and mat tie woiitii not only put an om bargo on munitions hut also on ship ment of food and clothing to the i at niies of Elurope. i Senator Lodge in upholding the po sition of the United States as to the shipment of munitions engaged in a lengthy colloquy with Senators O'Gor man, Hitchcock and others. "Our markets are open to all the win Id to buy, said Senator Lodge. "We have taken no action to prevent any belllgerenl or any one else from ' buying in our markets and WO arc at peace w it b the world." " in I nip mial Act." i "A i mdltlon has been i rested b this war. end l the war alone, wlili ti I prevsnti one or mora belligerents i ho i mm buy ins in this market. It wi undertake to reverse a Condition ere i ted hy the war we at nce enter int.. the war. and that is in act of un- iii utraUty." "Bvtdentl) in time of war such BI if now disturbing the peace of the world," Senator O'Gorman rejoined, . Imoat any act of a neutral power would Pe regarded b) some as an act ..; partiality, hut in my Judgment this government, if it deemed .t Pest tot the American nation and th" best se curity of piacc with all the nations, i mild place an embargo against tho shipment of munitions to any beHtger i nt without exposing Itself to the imputation of on unneutral act." Sonatoi Hitchcock asked Senator l Nil! WI) l ! V. Phones I i:i-1 IR4-I In; IB 'IS I'RV Ol GR IXDMOTHER'H OLD PAV I I I: Ki t IPE OF s .i TEA M si I. Pill it. i iiji-ibles line of canned is complete. brought right and the low as those made li fruits and They pri the Almost T.a and pi hi tided, . olor and everyone knows that Sulphur, properly oora- bringS Pack the natural lustre to tho hair when eije- wore s are as "arry-lt- or K'" da-" St o .... 30c laded, streaki d dandruff, Itching ins hair. Years get tins mixture homo, which is some. Nowaday; drug store for Sulphur Compound," you will large bottle of this famous old for aPout BO cents. Don't stay stay: Try it' No can possibly tell that you dark i n 1 1 hair, as it does It so naturally i i only. Vou dampen a spouse or or gray; also ends scalp and stops fall ago the only way to was to make it ot mussy and trouble , by OSklOg at any "Wyeth'S Sase and set a I eel pe I home" stores for much infer Bags 16 lbs, Granulated Bugar . . rreali Country Eggs, dos, . 2 lbs, Sunflower Butter . . til inns Golden Apples Jonathan Apples, pk. Large Cookrag Apples, uurbank Potatoes, pk Sweet Potatoes, pk Vou Mm Combine Thesi - for IJJc Puyallup LoKanberrles. pk pk 'ill- IOC ."( toC one ned and soft I. tush with it and draw this thtoush your hair, taking one small Strand at a time; hy morning1 the stay hair dis appears, and after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy. tioiis alter the war began, Senatoi Lodge raid he thought not, because that act did not change a condition. "Placing of the embargo by thece nations, " Senator Hitchcock replied, "deprived German) of a safe method 1. 1 procuring munitions anil other contraband from those lountrles, and yet no i no WAS heard to claim that those countries were guilty of nr. neutrality. Ev iryohe knows that Germany was deprived of an tnor Minus advantage when Great BrltaLi forced those neutral countries of Europe U put on that embargo or lose the food whit h they neodOd and which Great Britain could keep from them." "Does the senator consider," asked , i nator Works, "that tin condition he thinks we ought not to change was brought about by action of the gov ernment to which we no now supply ing arms?" War itrins- Changes. "i if course it was not." replied Sen ator Lodge. "It was brought BbOUt by tho course of the war, in which one side S"t control of the sea. Wo should be doing Just as unneutral a thins as If it were In our power to shut down the arms factories of Liege, ,.f which Germany sot possession at the beginning Of the war and which -he is now running In her own inter est." "Suppose," Senator O'Gormafl In terjected, "the belligerent that Is the chief beneficiary of our present pol icy with respect to exportation of mu nitions wore to disregard our rishts as a neutral nation, does the senator think we would Pe Justified in plac ing an embargo on munitions as a re taliatory measure T" "We should hove a right to im pose n retaliatory embargo, but I think it would be an unneutral act," the Massachusetts senator replied. Declared out of order. mis, Ine- Ke stone Raspberries, i ra Breed Peaches, P.ttlldog W, Cnotrlos Itart- let t Pears. '. for 31k' Pitied Red Cherries, juntter Peats. Green Gage P Hillsdale sliced Peaches Bileed apple for 2.V Taido Peaches or Apri cots, Hurt Olnej Corn, Hori'l.K.iciicd i omatoes. :t for :t"c Carnation Corn, Comas Hon Earl) Peas. Kaysvllle Tomatoes, Btringless Beans, :t for 8Rc Creel Corn, Gaston Sifto.l Peas. No. Tomators. Read Thi- List: sand Springs Tomatoes, 2 lbs. Pork Sausage, lb , . . . Sparet ibs, lb Fresh Oysters, ot. . ........ Pure strained Honey Hie, i pkss. Cocoanut . Bet chnui t iscar Bauea 't pkss. "als Flake or Pearl Hominy Grapefruit. 2 for . I lbs. B. E, Peas 9 lbs. Pink P.eans 3 lbs Navy Moans , " lbs. nice now Pecans 1 lb. choice Apricots 1 lb. extra choice Apricots 2 lbs. fancy Peaches Fancy Prunes, j rmj j n,s Solid Cabbage, lb Hulk Turnips, pk Romalne Head Lettuce, ih. . , . Fancy I,, af Lettuce, Ih 1 bunch Celery ,' I till Pickles, doz , , . , Pure Comb Honey, 2 for California Oranges, dnz soc, I doz Sweet or Sour Plckies. .. Ripe Bananas, doz Fresh Cauliflower, H 3 runs Corn or Peas ? Pineapple Chunks 3.-.e gOe 1 "ic too SAC . goo . jre . . Be . i . . i Bo tr.e 2."e ,M0 . l.-o gOo I.V." . 250 . 2 . 20c 900 ISO . 10c .150 . tiC 300 2"C -SOO I . 350 . 2ac out ol order and ended it by moving an executive session. "I nave not objected tip to this lime." lie oxplainod: "I thought It was very well to let It run a littltf while by way of feeling out and Bet ting an Index to the senate." In Steamer sinks in Miio River. PARKER8BURO, W. Vo , Jan. 1 e s'i lpp i Kan iw lifl wa.s sunk tne tihio river, nine miles south ! here, tonight. Reports received hero said a large number of persons were ' n board and thnt several wero drowned.