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miS IS LAST DAY
6F 'PAY UP WEEK' If I ! I "I I'.IV I . VOU I Will Regrcl it Ever Afterwards, IT INDEPENDENT ton 1 One 0 'oupoi Forge! to Ask f Those Pink is, Kither. I, the lasl das uf Pas ul , is ( xpected t" be t he beat, L.I... 1. 1.. f... 111.. KAilnnn I i:il ,i.lll nn ,..,..,,, Mull i . 1 ' i . . 1 ' lOH ....... -CI, L . . : . . . i l r 1 1 1 Mill money on tin counters and bettennan (hen attempted to open the safe, llnoing it locked he walked over to Henry and pushing the gun to Ins head eatd: "it you don't open thai safe i ll kill you." Henry replied that the safe as equipped with a time lock and could not be opened until Por answer the robber struck hlrri over the head with the une and both bandits ran from the bank, Jumped Into the waiting rig tore out "! tilt' toVi n nftor driving uboul n mil"1 the animal tl i ped and fell Injuring ItaeU eo that The alarm spread quickly over ha iniii town ond even man grabbed gun and ji'iniil in ill'' pursuit of the Hi nrs t' lephoned i Bhi rlfl ooi ley :ii once itnd In five minutes time tin' officer was riding a horse toward the Hcene of th robberj With a Win chester i ii ic i hrown o r his shoul der. Several deputy sheriffs also were assigned to running the bandits in earth but n was Jim Woolley who leaped from his horse and ran the woods and handcuffed the men No i iimi in Itroistuncc. robbers did not show ngntiter providing t'i the sal i meil .mil carried .-wr.ll l.nxis nl FINAL SETTLEMENT SOUGHT IN DISPUTE Ask That Coal and Asphalt Underhung Segregated Lands Be Sold. CLOSE TO M'ALESTER Congressman Carter Says He Is Willing i Intro- B roadway To d a y O n I y P acts r d f) Vaudeville ire Bill. Taken as n w Ih'Ic. l'a i i ees ;i n r in.' ..i iii-i n 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 - lit i he camtuitun wi.uld hac conducted, and wlii'ti the figures My- asseinbl ! Monday morning they u i 1 1 lit 1 1 s will it i w when in iii t,..i i i mi nun urns dei in hi llnin ii Wei k. Practtcall) ' i i one w no iniiuu i . ... i . . .i.i . 1. 1 i . ii 1 1 1 .i ii. i H J( 'UN W. FLKNNER l WASHINGTON, l-'iii. ii Btrong pressure "ill be brought to bear upon ngress in enact legislation tins uni- i gated lands "i t he i 'lny 'ii' . . sa w iiiiiii'ii. ; 1 nn i mi r iintslt win ii Sheriff Woolley I ointment favors smai id tin in t.. their tit i ' found i In in .mil iii ii I Mr wore ii large sombrero hat, leather l Ii! n -. itnd ii The men were covered with mud from i i . ' i ;n llu wood I l tomes J. i'. Evora as sunn as they ilniil ftobltory. to pull ii off yesterday, it was shown the iiiid purchased and traded In . , i i i i J i Woolley Catches Two Bank Robbers uii i Ml) is n. I.i Hi rin. in is from n ;ii 1 . . nd ' ' Ion rtls pili'Hiur ' i n 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i mi .i i n. ii n'- 'ii etiKcd during llu Christinas holidays, The holdup was pullt tl ol i In true jt's-c Julnes liisl Ion. Ii was near the closing hour and Henry had Jusl Closed the mvfe In which thousands ft.- dollars was locked, John Dllby Iv.iis talking to the bank president Iwhon i ti t two bandits rushed In, le -''rail iii n revolvers ai them and tnld liia in to turn their faces t" the wall. They quickly grabbed up all the AIwlM ALittleCuticwra i: VXD. in a Pin is what Mr Mann attempts to d" In exartly us set n during Its l""t,r run al tht Booth theater, N w York. Homes mil llmuc I iir. A man who refuses t" leave liis home after he returned from his daily work Is something of a novelty in these strenuous times. Home to the majority Is nothing mon than a place in which lo oat. sleep and dress; there are so many outside dis tractions thai few of us reallj come to kiunv home Intimately, There arc clubs and societies I'T nun and women, too, and all suits of amuse ments to be enjoyed alone or with the family. Gone Is the woman who used to spend time and thought on house frocks to be worn in the even ing when there was a possiblllt) of callers, none is the man who prefers i comfortable house coal to a dinner coat Not that women do not have home dresses and nu n own house coats lhe do", suiiic nt thorn. But feminine home apparel is likely to be left overs from the season before and a man's house coat keeps company with his slippers as a provision against sickness, n lasts so lonK that ho be comes deadly tired of ii before it DoWonders for Mrand Skin The So:ip to cleanse, purify and beautify, the Ointment to soothe and heal. Sample Eat h Free by Mall With 39-p. skin Honk on request, Ad rireM i .a-'iinl "Cntlcnra, ! -''. Boston." "old throughout 1 1 1, 00 0,0 00, Mc.Mcsler Meeting, I Innl Sottl tm nl. speedy sale ol the Choetaw-Chieka- Izntlon of Creek allotments and ij final determination of i'll questl ns v hich stand In i he way i t ho i In I winding up ol the affairs ol the five civilised ti ll" s. FOUR REELS PHOTOPLAY GRANDSMon.Fcb.il MAIL ORDERS NOW FAREWELL OF Greatest living ACTOR Coming Sunday, The Greatest VAUDEVILLE Program EVER SHOWN BY A TULSA THE AT ER Forbes- Robertson (His First and Last Visit, to Tulsa) AND LONDON COMPANY In Jevome K, Jerome's Remarkable Play, As Played Over 5,000 Times in England and Amer ica by FORBES ROBERTSON PRICES: Lower Floor $2; Balcony $2, $1.50, $1 G illery 50c THE UNION 14 South Main St. Big Minn i or Stwie ! irds. S-10 Cents LYRIC TODAY The Sale of the May lie n's Millinory Stock .Mm. : warrATnjnD Bankrupt y hh w am ib t rw i w.4s liljffLifYssVtttiMl ordi red sold by U. will be thrown on i kel find eloscd oni tlic . !onrt ic m,ir-tlnrinc ('CC( Sltlil(l' Pliut. def- Garrison Is Gone; MarmfinW Ppi0ns ' '' drivers and ; i ,'hi " . i' i ' I ! i.iiliins guch .i i . 1 1 1 ii '. 1 1 1 iii"ii, iniii SiarlliiH THlu) Firs! Kdndc ol Kxplolls of Klnlnr, "THE i I i n HIM, IIAXD," CiiiitliiiiliiK Kvitj Nilurdny. 1 1 !ontlnui ii from I ' ip' ' ne ) that federalization of the national guard will be sought as a substitute for the continental army plan. Cml Public Hearings i drafting of the measures were taken ....I.... I..- I. ..ill hmiaa a n H umntfl intn- slmus Riirna of wear. Kven with I .. ... m i... ... i. children In the family, die home life VJ .. : ... i ... 1...1.1 ..11 I "The sordid commercial Rtnndard is nut what it used .n It. Women 1 '-V'1 , '.,, ! it .:iy. -wlii. Ii too mn u forelRn bus chafe at confinement, and men .JoW III Dermlt Iness men have i ptfed, will serve humor them, even when they have rhSominltC brpufW to a ? keep humble I silent their any home yearnings themselves. ,,,.... hearlnes on army observing and untei id fellow-na- 1 never could understand the worn- ftS elal omt" IndexUlonals. If Inlbes have been taken by an H" is eternally hunting new 5, the voluminous test y prepared " hc ,;'V., ' A'" V""1 homes. She exists in large numbers, S there would be as little delay as by fore gners. VVhe idiiHtrlal In- as the owners of new houses can tes- ,.,,. , committee consider- J" "" ' Intrenched mam reprcsen tity. H course her belongings be- action or tl ming struggle on the totlves 01 rorelgn capital also corn come shiiiii'v through rough handling floor p'acentlj profit by It. Common honoi or frequent handling, and equally, of sitiiilir steps were taken by the demands tht! wherever oni race di course, that means the expenditure of l.enate committee. stroys charaetet In another it shall unnecessary money. Bui what can present Indications iire thai th" ! ' to upbuild. The character von esnei't nf women who are mi kih n.m i .,. .u-. ji n building foices "f nations thai ex- fickle as to tire "f tin- familiar ar-1 provisions designed to federalise the port tht rangement of th" rooms in which! ..,:, .,,.,1 mmnt .vhtie iiu- nennte i-om-land dial they iie and change furniture about mjttee's main effort will go into the debaucherj nnj nol remain In every week or two? regular army angles of preparedness in their outreach. When neutral 01 There are homes that have noH plans evil personalities go from "' nation iiei-n changed In years. Tiny never he house bill, Ii is expected, willto another Ihe sending forth of a few will rhaiiKe eiiiuiKh to offset the I provide for payment of national hundreds embodying thai nation's familiarity "f 1 1 1 rooms, They are guardsmen who comply with all n - finest spiritual and moral sense i owned by people who, like myself. I ulations laid down by congress on a dictated by the consideration of nii ncver like to lose tiu'ir bearings, but tl:ISiH ufftctently iii" iiil t" insure the tional self-respect." can feel that in tht darkest incht they recruitina of aoDroximately four hun-I The commission finds that in re ared thousand men, the ultimate size cent decades intemperance has in of tiie proposed continental army. To creased enormously in Latin-Ami rli an Laiin-Am ricans H.ve No Religion P A I , A CE TODAY ONLY mi rno phi lnflri' w ' fl y w .s4t. r. i i i . TON En ISe "BLACK FEAK" 10c v ( it. pi in sTom it moih:h tit t'OMINti Kl'lA) XI MOM). Constance Collier in "TONGUES OF MEN" ... lufo, i IM I N . i XI U I l Ml .- l 1 . 1 . 1 I III 1 1 I VHK IN I M. MII VI I'M I I UK. MM I l disl ill ries and Othl i iiL" I DcnoiinecH Vmciicuiis I? i world. DRANDRETH u 100 Ytart Old PILLS An Effective Laxative Purely Vegetable Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness, m Q OR Q Qt Night until rcHevrH Ohocolnte-Coated or Plain yiavwwmMMMMUxaM a could find any article they sought I 'id you ever it' t lost in a room after ihe hyhi had been extinguished? It la i most unpleasant experience, take my word for It. i have heard mi n score the system of housekeeping thai sacrificed comfort to cleanliness, the l.itnl that left them stranded when they Hied to find familiar ob jects in accustomed places; I now know how they feel. (!ett I'.r.ideen iii K. C, Journal, Too I. ate. The country preacher knew that he ' had offended many of his parishion ers by advocating the clofing of a ' certain right-of-way which the public had been accustomed m use. hut he never knew how St riously he had of fended them UBtll he had I talk with a man who had "gpl religion" at recent revival meeting. "Bo you want t" know exnrtly what tli" folk up my way are savin' ns'ln yon. is that it?" asked the parish ioner, "it said the preacher, "Well," wan the diplomatic reply, i "all I can iay Is It's a pity you didn't ask me before I cot converted." .SK FOR fthf1 f,FT HORUCK'S THE ORIGINAL MALTEC" WLK Cheap sabstitutei coet VUU same pries. Pcmtfilnc, "Tliere Is one good thln(T about buy- Ing ii really handsome and expansive dri B." said Mrs. Punting to Mrs I-irkin. "What Is what'.'" "Why, you feel as though you rci Uy ought to buy another not quite . b I. to save your best one." Turk. WANTED AT ONCK Nice clean cotton rasa t ill bay 3c per pound. World Publishing Company. 1 .SIM JOHNSTON POBUEB ROBEKTBON, At the Grand in the "Pushing Of the Third Flooi Mack,' Kebi'iaty ill. and saj the labors of the Pan-Amt 1 1 i w a rded. there Is a deep-rooted distrust of the purposes of the United Statet 01 Ihe pert of the Latin-Americans. "Nothing Is more deep seated the Latin -American mind. ' -ms thels riT".it. "tnan leniit concerning tne ui s' iiisnt ess i", i ne i nneu guia in her rorelgn policies on the western hemisphere, No amount of bt m oh nt protestations, n.. meritorious service of the Monroe doctrine, efface he moral effect of the annexation of Mexican territory as a result of the war of 1848, the permanent occu pation of Porto Rico, even though acceptable to a majority of Porto Hi cuns. and the circumstances of quiring ttte Pan una canal sons strip The united Staffs and her pepoli -m-fer from tties.. causes in Latin-America the disability from which they are exempt in Asia. There, all Euro peans are under suspicion becausi of man) instances of teriiioii.il aggres "ion. The removal of tt-.i tnus Is in the hands of the present and future statrtjaien of all theft powers and of i m in m m MAJESTIC Today I asl I) y TltlANGLH FINE AltTS "the Penitents" e With Seena Ownn anil Orrin Johnson. Al o uliowltii; TRIANtiL1: KBYBTONB rOED STEKLINO In "ihe Ituni" SCHEDULE: 12:30, 2. 3:30, 6, 6:30, 8 und 9:30 p. m MATINEE 10 CENTS EVEN1NO 80 CENTS niu.i .i vesn ; aa Wi Com.tuj T'i'siiiy Wsdnstdsy y,k. Oroatpt IfSWSpsptf Play. "The rourili Ksl itc i-tiii ;uti m Big Merchant's Railroad Fare Refunding Sale Satur day, February 12th. Every Hut, Flowers, Plumes, skating Sets. Vel vets, Shapes, liihbons and Braids ill be sold ;ii one half niul less Lu many in staiu'i s $10.09 Hats at $4.98 $7.50 Hats at $3.48 $5.00 Hats at $2.29 $5.00 Plumes $2.48 $1.00 Flowers 48c We issue Railroad Fare Re funding slips good for re fund ;ii the Famous, the spit.rr ( 'Ititliiiiu' Stot'k .'i nl Harlow Brokerage Bank runt St. nrs. Every item in tnis immense stot k of I n Goods, Shoes, ( Hothing and Millinery ill be cut toi he quit k. til. Hid the nations wh oi hltions t in y reloet" Boi ini Prejudice Ebbing The rominlslin finds, however, th I the racial animosttj between the nor- IV.,..-., -,.1,1 iadI havn KntvAfl ,,f the' western hemisphere is subsiding cud wiys ttint the co-operation of e ral powers In the Mexican risi.- !" ln d to liriic; uttOUl n much bettei f cell nt' in conclusion the eontrolasion de clares that the present plans and fi.rcf s of tht Proti itanl churi h In the Latin-Amerioan Held are "pathi th -ally Inadequate" and thai there la ur gent need Of larpe and Immcdiati Uiforct ni' in it urges i he 1 1 rfi in some form of a thoroughly repre sentative central agency i" carry on the work of evunKclizat'on. THF 14 South Main St.