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T 1 1 E I ' 1 , 's A H I I. V W U I. I). I" I i i I ' 'i ' v. I '. ' It. 1 "1 fi ' : L " i TOM RICHARDSON A VISITOR IN TULSA PLANS BIG LEAGUE rhe Master Product of Master Skill Then are doiena of good combinations that main i fee Our experts know many ,f them But Breakfasl da Luxe Coffee li the sum total of tho tit knowledge of ALL our experti it U the otio !len,l of supretn excellence which beara our utmost nrlde nn.l admlrn- Crystal Clear, Ri h i tnd Golden in the ( up ft. Break 'a-' !' I.ut ' li !s s' I i a' l; -' ... M ! K . E3 we cut II fine i hi. kj ; 1 mirrai es Ich wjj i .i t he rich, H I I t water It add) (' Ak Your Grocer I ni rrfr Indeed HOWSdaj -tlli hTf It uhl ihm HrMkfMt Pi I UY. 1 ..If.1 l It' I 1" ll. It hi iiifir ihop nui pr.bMj im It SWEENEY'S I I. I'm. Ill I I U III TWO CONFESSIONS HEARD BY JURORS Police Official Tells of A . I missions Made Two S'cgi'o Witnesses, STATEMENT UNSIGNED I H i lliul. I. i Irs. Mohr Admitted Ha' ino Written Letti r in frenzied Moment." DRINK HOT WATER BEFORE BREAKFAST Says you rejlly feel clean, sweet and fresh inside, and are seldom ill. ALLEGED MURDERER CAUGHT !N K, C? Negro Wanted in Connec tion With fisher Killing I- Captured. If 9? SSi ' J- X 4 .laBar I v lice, Another alleged ed by George W. it b. Muhr. Th BIBLE CLASS HAS SPLENDID SESSION Ming lllw Men's tiroiip il llirl i Mi excmng w Mi hr 10c c FOUND GUILTY AND GIVEN A BIG FINE 7c, . Zoc M. ii. 1 C t in. li;., Man lli i.i- W ' to taling liquor i aw - '" Smltli Judge ixc" '' nalt) $3.00 18c 1 h tor Mi 'Ill's h.,me at thai ihe a rota the wai n f her "frt nxled momenta.'' 8c Tobacco 4c er lb...7Uc With Congress SETTLE'S CASH MARKET Full Supply o! FRESH FISH SETTLE'S CASH MARKET 16 East Second Phone 3484 Pkg. Raisins, per pkj ( 'alifomia Peaches Meats . Roasl Beef, lb Spareribs, lb Backbone, lit Breakfast Bacon, U. fr h Kggs, doz. . . , ( 'reamery Butter . . Oleo Butter EXCHANGE Phone 3644 7y2c 6c 10c 5 c 10c 9c 10c . 5c 25c 32c M ust; .11 an 1 terday M there; Van Meyi re, Alaun ami Walter the ir. m a om Mm. it tu int that thej n out witnesses ulcl guilty vps m trie,! ri.( In monstrattoa j, m. p.vt to Thf Worlil . . k ..it. i U -r ... 4 - , I i in ' 'H n ,ian i .i .x i i' - IOC I vieater, who hns been with tho Prtaci :'wa "or aeveraJ yean in tho . i i Kclty of i:,rm demonat ration agent, haa noon appointed t,i this district tnd haa I iken charge if tho wiork hi i o His home hn. boon In .Via f..r two yoars. 1 ut his nssigTiniont to this torrltury has Just boon i' ;;iii nunl 1,. yuiiCCiU tJ, Ci Kiivd, Senate. Mi-: at noon Senator sti.no tubrattted itatement I from aeeretarj of commerce regard I Ing m .' Itloni ar.,i other export! Poetmaater General Burleaon lis-1 i iksed admlnWratlon t.H's before j poatof f li committee. Senator Uewla Introduced reaolutlonl to authortae uo of army and navy in restoring peace in Mexico, as thoy are i tit used n: Halt! ami Nicaragua. I Senator Hardin Intro lution t. on., iiirage Spanish la pubtli m hot I Senator Sherman, u s.iiltil the tariff and th tton potldea, Senator MoCumber resolution to instruct th. Call a convention of nations to ilraft International laws provide iiitornu- lii'nal poaoo and disarnminont Adjourned at 1:41 o'elo k until BOOB triday. ' ll.ni-f. rtoprcjwntatu e Harrison. Missis aippi, relinked reprcscntutUts for Timely Specials qlhe For today's selling the Beeond and third floors offer sonic extra fine values ,iti..i,.s ti,-,t hi. ii-ii-iii, . i - I i i iiu ut ;ii tins season ! me year, arc usuail) priced Flanelette Gowns $1.25 One regular ft.50 and $1.75 Kl ette Gowns, in w hite and colors, go t.xlav at 1.29 l. ''.") Gowns tdav at 80c $1.00 o ns u, tday .'it M)c Brighton Outdoor Sleeping Gaiments With foot pockets and detachable I,1, u ilar value; 4?1 OQ fur t"tla al L'ZJ SPECIALS FOR THE CHILDREN 50c low ii- and Sleeping lar incuts tii today special at ... . Babj ( 'omfort Vests, all Bizes. Reg ular 25c to $1.50; go today special at One-half Price fin m ex Fall Waists A kv v f-x Ul"cluding .aa'-I Sff , ''.SKA ()HC-t laces, ta ffetas and georgette Om sale today at One-fourth off Regular Wool Blankets 1 5( Discount Our stock is still very complete in this depart ment. We have several pairs of very fine wool blankets, plain white with borders, also in pretty .ill i are jgg to JJJ A Few Extra Specials on the Third Floor S2.50 Silkoline Comfort $1.75 ;.;:! si. 75 12x84 inches in size, good dark fer- sian patterns, very serviceable cum forts, cotton filled, t wuii vara. N)eciai dt Heavy Comforts 75c Kxtra heavy sewed comforts, all dark colors, especially good for Si ial at iOL $2 Woolnap Blankets $1.35 Heavy Woolnap blankets, gray, tan and white, with colored borders, large sizes and an excep- 1 OPC tional bargain. Pair iPXuO Cotton Blankets 89c A fair size blanket, conies in any plain color with striped borders, soft i fleecy. Special price. HARLOW DRY GOODS COr THIRD AND SOUTH BOSTON Great Closing Out Sale IVolhsnq Reserved. Goods Must Be Sold Hot Wall Case for Millinery, Six Show Cases for Dry Goods, Window Fix tures for Ladies' Toggery, Men's Hab erdasher, Shoe Store Fixtures. Cash Register, Mirrors, Seven Baskets and Bundle Carrier System, Wall Ladder, Clothing Cabinet, Carpet Sweeper (Pneumatic), Three Arc Lamps, Stoves, Shoemaker's Outfit, Tailor Shop Outfit AT 18 VVesi First Mree! FAMOUS 18 West First Street ONLY REAL BARGAIN HOUSE ti .i. ttlng of i ibllc IP. UK- I administra. itrivliior.l a president to critlotsinK administration furoum policy and mads plea for harmony. In speech .n Mexican situation, Representative Blayden T. xas. 1e. fi nded admlnlatratlon'i recognition of Carranaa and s-iiil time hml come for the Pan American union to restore peace in Mexico. Representative Hennctt asking ap pr..prlatii,n for a So-font rh.innel in New York harbor, dwlnred the lack f i! r. !' UMi.ie for freight on I ll there. The mineral leasing Hll wa de liattd further without a. tion. Representative Moag of West Vir ginia Introduced a resolution for armed Interference in Mexico Governor Yager of Porto Rieo told the Insular commutes Uiat education was thf solution for th island's .1 if -I ficniaw Agrtiultur.il committee worked on ! the grain gTa,ltnc Mil. Adjourned at S p. m to noon Friday, ESCAPED KANSAS CONVICTS CAUGHT 1 Ppf fill to Th. Woi-IA BARTLrrVILLB, kla . Jan. tS. ' Two negroes. "Hud" Crat and j Hat" Vanderford, esi iped COnVtotS from the Utnslns.' Kun , prnltentlar) . ! were captured hero tmlnv tiv Okarlaa Allen, chief of police, who roofnlaad them from photographs. There was a reward Of J 100 for Craig and $:u f, r niiilerford. Orajg was sent up from Douglas COUBty, Kansas, to serve 99 years for murder He wis conTicted ' lr. May, 1101, and escaped in June, lilt, Yanderfi rd was convicted of high way robbery, Yesterday he was re- ised fri.m the county Jail h-e and three hours afterwards stole a suit of clothes from a store. They are to he taken bftcl to the Kansas Institu tion tonight. V nig Dirfeceni I though tho old mAn left mnnny to charltv." 'Oh, no- to charitable tnstltut - Life. hi all of ns."