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TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY, NOV. lfi, 10 IS.
OUTCOME OF ENGLISH LECTIONS UNCERTAIN -THIS SALE MEANS: A SLIDKNRACH GARMENT Jimlrml !r Vr am o-rt I.ini-H - r'1' . MuLrt Wlfiinfioil Coat possessing a stylc-qualitu usually found only in the highest priced creations of the custom tailors' art offered here at this, surprisingly low price. Positively the greatest values ue have ever offered. is never extravagant because it possesses a style merit which gives satisfaction in the wearing long after an ordinary gar ment would have been laid aside. At these prices these gar ments present a real economy value. Mori' (omplca. LL0YD GEORGE TAKES ISSUE P-mlrr ItK" IT"!"' f'unlry to iiiiliii-ilM-Vur I'lank. 1iVlx'N' Thursday, Nov. 14 . 1N.U. i" l"'' 'umiiiK fW-ftKitm In . j .tK. proposal Hint the, 'ni t.'..i:lion uovt-i nnicnl with fnjfd ."' W'lf ,0r U'U W"rk ""'i:,,, ware mid curyttiK on the Mr ' " ...... ..r.. Ilrlll.h militl.-nl .Iir'iilia " 1"'1IC. X iliwi"- al). Tliv " ' . . .... ...r.- Ml H,.nt..d h, WrllilM-'!t durinK BUinT fi v ....... i '.- thn numher of ioiiTS. 11 Me the ballot to all worn- .4-. -I Tin added S UUO.UUO f.- kl . ' a j.uuO.UOO males to the II -ns ""w ,he women wl" 'III': all J what parties the. soldiers . tUi..'i; rune c.UI predict. 1 III) .,,1ll.( LiiiKiiiK the country into i I fI, il, ii.. n- ana expense, or n i f,n,.n .it .i I line um the prcs- '. hu ex. i:i"iif oposiiluii. n 'I, .-.ml t.i'i. ' "f commons t x pirt'.l tort y .iri .i :n anil It has extended j ow'na t'liurc of offiro from imn 'g it riu l'v 1 solutions. This li.es Kenan mf""i..il piocvedlris which ttLild h.ni- '' itnposmhlc. except It had the endorsement of pub lic opinion . cause no ono wanted u, election ilT-.nc the preat war. yil. lion Complex. Ai the m-w otcis will he ntltlod louke part in choosing the govern. bi-.l U"d lieoi'na hiua before hl-ii the d.ffirult tank of trying to tie? ink-ether that majority of the corjervative party which supported Uj war ii.e.iHuru and enough lib iru to give him a balunce of power. Tin df wive fa' tors will be how bad liljerais will follow him and ' . .1... Iut.. ur.ll iJopt. Herbert H. Aiulth remalm the of- f.Ciil leantr oi inc uorrai yunr, ttilt Lloyd UeorKO ifl a free Mct without any party organization or party funds behind him. lie he to continue the political truce which all parlies declared at the fcfillnlnir of the war and trusts to the ilotsan that he Is the "leader ho won thfl war" to attract voles. The program of his followers la ippirenlly to nominate Lloyd George .ifcrtli In all districts where the regular liberal candidates will not rndorw the prenutr's platform. If tha Is carried out. It Means a split .k lthmii n;.rw which will have jo decide wherher the Uoyd OeorBi- tm or trie Anquuniaiis control rio many caiiuiuaies mo laoor tur'.y will nominate and how many voiti It will muster Is an uncertain element. ri.i far as Ireland is con erned the election means almost the toial disappearance of the old na uenaliil party of Uedniond und r;:on from WeVmlnmer. The Sinn r'uners are eipecttd to sweep south rn Ireland, but the members elected iiv the Hinn Kein always refused to je tneir ihmi.n. In Mflilinn t. trvintf ifl hold tn (Cher hia conservative and liberal Aportere. l.loyd lleorne Is try- .'K to reconcile, the Asqulth faction, ar ABiuith i mi Id have had 41 hikTh to'. K the pn-Kent cabinet If he fiuia nave auccptea ll. J nere w ere :) otisiarios. however, home rule isj protection. amo of these the coriei-vativta will not have and the o-hr Is objertr.l to by the liberals. i.ioya uenrge uiuarcsca a vie group of liberal members from bo;h bouses nf parliament on Tutm 1 Andrew ltonar Uw. chancellor "4 Ifce exchequer, also presented the .'oilitlon program at a meeting: of ..r.unqlliu .kln . si r. c m 4. U'lM to include "safeguarding'' agriculture Kt esuential manufacture. lin- VVeral preference and home rule Ilhnut coernon of the plx cnunties i i isirr. iioya tjeorwe s niieocn before the Mherals advocated a league of nations and emhasiiod Jie need of national unity- He RHTd liberals nm to talk. UnVlted erdiecUon and half-way home rule In not nUsfy the stalwarts of either Jt-'y. The Breateft asset of Lliyd (lenrge l his personal popu r;ty. WAR DEPART MENTHEADS URGE SUPPORT QF DRIVE WASHIXr.TOX. Vo. IK. Sup- Port for the united war work cam Wign to uphold American's sons broad in the Important tasks of anead (f them was asked to . by Reeretry Haker. "I think all Americans now re- "friie the f'.re record of our army." "aid the war secretary, "but we must fall aian to nppr.nse the work It vet to do. Follow-In the exhll- .ion or rombat comes the tedium t peare, b,t the. tasks of peace are r...nne:y Impnriant and we must 'Phold our em- .-.a lutrfurm !hm. ' ' 'e iaued a s'.itment emphaslxlna; t money f.ir the welfare workers -lbe more r.eedud now than during we war. "Our boy, win remain In the serr- " 'nT Dlar.v u-purv mnnlhi N'ef Tr,mHr'-'- nT" not formed in a . The j.erlnl of reorganlratlon With Tinrincr ihlM IWiia thA J-ed tolHer, Wil have to be the ''eemen of ,he world; they will c,t done as world soldiers." UlV Drr.ni -"i nr-UULAIt 5t.UUK.lltS A TO PROTECT BOND MARKET f.tKUIV.-tv.. - - .. .. ? develops anions; treasury -l'- "nrt ronirrefusional leaders lo n "f a federal Institution 'h- ... Tars.t i''-i of Keeiiritie.q fliir frw vears to nrevent the S-V.i 1 l'"ln'! flooded -with .irv, . ocks and honds for Ur.vctj,'r's niight tnde ln their i o.ia till ftre nehu- w til's th1 ,r"as"ry !tt wwk try- r 1 a P'si to protect bond "'.fi.. ""'"'i' impoRirnr drastic .. . ". nations on the securi I V 'i.arset ' l-lrlteit. l Nov- '"". '"Uon ...,J eens.in.hip in con '"irranh i r"b1''' P"r-.l and land "WnoJ111",8' 'fftive at once. "Sp,;tar(J!ytheK0VCrn- I ill: i 1,1 lit ' The Most Important Coat Sale of Recent Years Seidenbach's Store Announces a Tremendous Purchase of 563 Women's and Misses' Smart New WINTER COAr In An Extraordinary Sale, Beginning at 8:30 This Morning Saturday ITS V Coats Now 'Selling Elsewhere at $35 to $49.75 . An Event Which We Believe to Have the Largest Stocks, the . Choicest Styles, the Broadest Assortments and the Best s Values of Any Coat Sale Tulsa Has Ever Seen Here Are the Facts In a Nutshell! The Materials Ilroadcloths Pom-Poms Salt's Plushes : Beaver Plushes Silvcrtone Oxfords Velours Chinchillas ( hcvinU Kt-rscys Meltons The Fine Styles These Coats are the products of a man-tailor-inpr establishment rated ly the "trade" as the premier house of its kind in America. The Coats arc generously full, splendidly tailored and the actual wholesale cost stamps them as garments of superior class. They are in straight line styles with large belts, loose back models, high waistcd effects, and long waited effects. The Colorings Taupe Plum Navy I'urgundy Ilussian Green Negro Brown Beetroot Mustard (Jreens, and Beige Linings, Trimmings .Many are full lined in fancy striped and plain silks, satins, Sol satins, etc.; all lined Coats have heavy interlining; others half lined of the same materials. Rome of the Coata are in warm, heavy materials unlined. The "Coats arc trimmed with kit coney, black opossum, black coney that resembles seal, beaver cloth, karimi, plush and in self materials. .Many button-trimmed models. H e state values conservatively as front to $I9.7, but as a matter of tact there are close to a hundred Sample Coats in the collection which, were it not for this sale, would be priced $55, $60 and higher. Women who know quality must come and see these coats you will miss a rare op portunity if you judge these by the sensational $23.9", price. t All Sizes Women and Misses Plenty for slim little women and your.g girls who like every figure, plenty iot Uut, matronly womui. fcrrrt up-to-the-momcnt lines; plenty for Great Preparations We have made extraordinary preparations for this sale, and the remarkable collection of Coats we are offering is the result of the most wonderful special purchase we have ever made, together with many models from our regular stock vcr' greatly reduced for this sale. ''' The only restriction to announce is that there will be VO EXCHANGES .vo iiErcsns so c. o. d:$