OCR Interpretation


The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, July 16, 1919, FINAL EDITION 4 o'Clock A.M., Image 2

Image and text provided by Oklahoma Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85042345/1919-07-16/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

'lar'aTi.' nm
,. i v- ft
TULSA DAILY WORLD, JULY 16, 1910.
mormxo rrn iox
it
3
t
i ! t
; J i
;? i
it'
J :
TO RUN ROBERTSON
AGAINST T. P. GORE
'I I ml 'a llir lriMni of .("llll Wlillr
IiiiihI. riralilrnl if tin- Mali
llimril ol Aur li tilmn-.
GOVERNOR DOESN'T KNOW IT
If Hi' il Hun. I T"'l'l Wimlil '"
,i,mi- (.mrriior. nf
i f lit V. Iml " ' "' '
K I.AM'lM A CI I V. .III!) I ' rr'r
,. .,,1 'l.a frl-n-l- -f c,w,t,r.r
I!, i,. M..,ti I, .ii - n I" "-"'K I"'""
,,. I...,., ii.i.i-l lien lo IHl"
l.i li.il In'" 'Ii- ri"
i . mi, ,' i-il Tin -in '
in.- I ' nitt-.l H- 1 1- r
1 1 i ,i-iv Hi" imhII'T
I
NO SPECIAL SESSION
TO RATIFY SUFFRAGE
J ! j t i 1 I ' " if .
i 'M. Ml- , V I'lTI !"' ' " "
Thrt Mil l.r 1,1 . 1 ' I -1 'I 'I ' N I 'l"
. ,,, i.f it.,. ih,,i'i ,,,,i ! ii t: i -i i f"r
il," ' "' I ' 1 " ' Ii' "Hi'il
,.,ffi ,i. t, l:,n-ti ,.r ill" f-'l'-ial
, i ,,r 1 1 1 1 ' i 1 1 . . . r I! " I -i I ' "II
. .4 ii 1 1 . 1 1 1 ' I ii,., i I.,- ; ,n, v In, ii I ilmi
1 1 -'..-,, 1 1 - 1 1 iih i , ;, lit f , 'nr. ft I , t M I i, I '
ill, II. ,1 'I,.- , ' if I, A lull IM I, "I
. ,,' ill ill, , ,, I ii., I' .iv I 'I, ii i, Hi, I
K'.I'IN If,,' ll'l II l l I, - II I.', Ill, 'II I
Ml,.
,ii nil
il I i.,
U;i
I n n-ll'l i !
Ir,,r li'Ti- in
,,, i,. I 'ii II
mi-. .ti I ln
tirro in I lll'ir a'K'Hl '"r '""
t.,. , f l,i- Mil- Hill" ' '
i-rvn, , n , l Hi' "Milini'iH
-iai.ill"l "liiv f' rti,,',n mli'-n
a, i lnl"H i'-i fr.iin -'"'m A W I,!"1
vi.ih bIimi "'il I" '
vt, ,, i,i i.l I li- ' ii" '"-"I 'I "f i"
fi.,,.1,,11- ii.-.ii'i ilmi :v n'.r i(iii-
in II r i.r.iimr nmri 1,1 m--ih
mi r-riK i Ii "f lh pri'-ifil
II I I'-T
I In' iriK-rvli-w ri I" Hi' pni'lif
vi-hmO Hi' l n.iwl'ili"! "f Hi" U"'
r ii or an, I II wa ImiMi'illil' In
nn 'prr-i,n from lilnl 11 ' ll'i
Mm. Il ! ii I 'int iTliiln that Hi"
,i,-nir "ill Imv in l' pirmiU '
lulu,' lli ivn"v' fv" ""'
in.li'r mum Minn iin n,nailrr
iillmi at tlila 1 1 n - Th, ,'i"ii,ir
h,H mill nnihln I" I"" nlinill Una
n,.ilir aihI I 'In nnl txnrn ah'thrr
J.i- ,,.i.il1 ti InMim-'t i,i inn U il,'
1(1"." Hi"- 'llll''lllirl lllnrll-W
r" ll'i I il" kiinw, tiimirvi.r, itiut
no mn in ihin mm' 'nnl'1 ' inx,f
hk iIiihI Ihn Imnnr i,ffT"l In r'pr'
ni'nliiiK ti m" In Hi" I'ii'.I"!
KihIm mil fili Il la nn unil-IMMi i t
whli h nv iiiim rniiM I" promt I
firmly hi-llrvo lhi Flron 11111.
n rnn known ihi iiiimIhhiI h"
1'iirih ni1 hril'h nf lh aiiitn ft
lii iin'iU'Hllnii'il linii'aiv. Iila tirn.nl'
iiiinilnd llh'm Hani, hi .k"n Imtg
mnl tml alillliy a 11. 1 alinv all hit
i-nili il'votlnn ami Invavllv tn hla
rnianlry, ran il'-f'at Vpnnlrir fnr
In fh l3ft prtniarr. unl" th
vol' la aplll itii,n tha opponanla
nf Our In aii'li an airlrnt a In
r'aull In hla rnnmliiailnn tiy tha
minority ralhar than Ilia majority
of th parlv
"I hava nil aounilml nut Ih gov
ernor on thi auar'atinn, hut I h.
Ilva that If Dovrnor Ttohxrlaon
ran com Into tha fil4 and that
olhr rontn1r ran ha allmlnai'd.
makln Il primarily a rara ilwn
him and (inr. in or would h n
douht about Ih roaull.
II. R. I'hrtatnphor. aarretary to
Ih ovrnnr. drlard that (loy.
rrvor Hohrion had not hrnrhd
th aublart tn him, nor ha to tha
govarnor. hut that ha know cay.
rr mn high tn tha rounrlla nf
Oklahoma damorrary hava han at
tainptlng to gat tha rcrutlva ta
at laaat amind out publln opinion
In th rnatiar. i
In th vnt lha gnvrnnr ahnuld
antur th tar l woulrl maka no
ary hla malgnallnn ka gnvarnor.
It would h iurpd'd by M K
Trap. Ilaufnant gnwrnor, for tha
rmalndr of tha trm. which at
Ira la January, 1IU,
',,, ' 1 ., 1 .11 11 !, , ,il f ', 11 1,' II HI,, '" t
I i? 111 ii k " III' Mi in ni"i,.i 11' i-f ii'-
riii' '. in 1 '"' 1 ' 9
! ' 111 r, pan, ,111 H oil I'M Ii wl"'i1
It." ai . v -1 ri ' r ,, ' m-i. i,i"'iii
i Hi,, ,11 l.t- , ,-l,-. t ,1 1 . I"
, r.i 1 1 r v Huff .' 1 1 i H"i Ii " '
; !.,-. 11 ,i... .1 ;,,'- I ., , uliH.!' If 1 I, ' I I
i,H , Inn. I 4 ,.f Ih'' j,'!,! I-KI-.IM '
rul'a In Hun -r eiIH ,1ni
U II I lllr I lii i.i - 1 "ill,,! l"l ,l p' "I
iii.iy hV" i..i,."-l JC mill In lli..0(Hi
CREEK MINOR PROTESTS
! BIG TAX ON OIL BONUS
l."il id Tim i.t 1
'ih I. All - ill
1 ., ! Ii.ii'. hill
I TV. Inlv I :
1. l 'Ifi'li iUHK'l Y h'
H'pM'f'l Lr(.r
9 MONTHS DRILLING
PROVISION STOPPED
-1 -
ltiilln liy KiMTi-lurv of lntrlur
Affwi Mnrf 'I lian .-i
luitlnn I .'.
Vll! In Th, U.,l -I
Ml tKuiil i;. July 1'. Mm limn
I'.'i ml liaa.-" ni ilio liilMn mk'ii'-v
fi'ir in- iifrtii-, ,y 11 riillng Hindi
l,v Ihr m, iriuiv nf inVrlor. unvl-l-lug
f'-r i.h dlfiinMnuiiiK: ( tli'
1. Ina . month' iliiillnii p. nvlalnn
Mi l" In mir-lin," a matin, .1 r,f
Hwi'.,iln ,ll pn,,,, ti,,ii id.. mIIi c
ha- pinvl.lr.l dial li mii.i 1, ,,1,1
'I iltilllni Klllim tun" Miniilha afi't
- I'tilliif 'In- I . ,...- mil, -a , ,.., .(-a
p"iiajlli.n ai h,i, Tin, a-. 1 -iiir .
1 1 It r'l-fkirig tin. mini i iff,., in,.
a "f .Inly I 'I
M'.i lhan anil ml li-aara aro h" -I
ai lha IihIi.iii aa'ii, v 1 if thf-a. pin
Uri tindrd llll, In ,l-lt,i ,,H,
iil'iii anil Ml wi-rr lam "l". hria,i-f
f th rnllnif
In a nntif" tn Ira"-,, h,.lilln d"
parim'nini ml ami nA h,, ,,r ,.
'rl' i' , Indian lan.l in Mia fla i-iv.
t", irihra, Huparliitandrnt i.ali
r-l-K. i '..i-. 1 ". I 'In f'.l.'iw. ir.ir r'llll
111 .it ,, ii t o.
' I'll" 1 ' 11 y i.f li" In'' lor haa
v ilvnl ih'- ii'ii.- innniliN ilrl.linif pin-
V.a:nll III :,,,i, . l'.l'. aff"-l,'
.Inly I'l l'i I -i I a "! huld.lig aurli
la.iMa Ihi-i'l-'i". 1,,'iv 1'ini'lnii 'hfn
In fi.ru- I,, 1 1,11. 1 I inn IU aii'ilnn t
nf iff ilapa 1 li-anl.l I I, f or' and
liv 1 ' t J ti ac ' 1 a iia.inl ami irrn-rlli,l
lojjlly liiil ri ft' il
1 BIG OIL DAMAGE SUIT '
1 TAKEN TO U. S. COURT
,l lo Tl, W M -I
Ml HKi I V. I '. lo V I ', -A '1 .1 ri , t a
an. 1 I n- Hi" oniioi 4 1 1 ll'i 'n-n in
i-,,in,r- 1 Ion '.M -i an ml il- il In 1 1 1
H 1 a 1 1 ;i naf 1 , I ti, I 1 ft mil I In 'll
ll n 1 roiir t :i ' To '".I In ' I 111" !
r" r . -I'.ali niii' ' h.-i ' I- ti
C . loa 1 . j t it I f will1,1 'In I'-rr
, Ittfiiilno; f lino imv no. I I'.,- l.ni-
,poH liar.ninit imiipnry ho- Ih" d
j fi ii'tntra
j 'Ihi- V"rl ai r.n, ji.it y la -aid In
I Inn'- in id" t-ih.il 11, nil i' t ,n Mm
j I -l I a In d' liv.-i L'iffl'l'l harl'-la f,f
fori nil at n. in'a a l,:irr'l lititv
fin 3'i .a T'-la ihi ilaliv a 1 . ,( mil i hi
1 plalntifl, who ,.,, ia thai It waa n"
lha pi pa ,f 1 1 Mi n h 11 1 I I a m
lli' "f III" mni f..r .,'Ka, falmia
tn nrry no' 'In- viitiil inntt'irl ar
Clallnr-'
. r- a
I
wraJI U- C
fla" Aliidlnr Cnrlar Willi hla nf
illnn m! ! '1 v In pinlia' uuaiiial iti"
, if Hnn i-f lii'-mn" ink i,n linn 'imt.
n li.ona paid t'V th" I'ralii" 1 'Il
111- Co. mi H Ii ni'- nWll'-l it II tl
lillntlii'-lll I'V l!'-llllllll III C,a,.k
on ii t v Th ni.iii-r waa lakan tindar
, n d v I ' rt ' fi t aft'i Mi" n-pi antilv"
11 f ih" (irntriinra hid h"M h'-ir'l
( Itiltihilla a-nni'dtiiii P-aH'-iJ tit
1 prup'rly tn I'r.ilrl oompatiy fdr a
loniiia and una I'liih'h r"yitv, ih
I laaxa In aapli whn i"rrvhl
, rrai'lcd hla innpn liy, whh h woolil
j ha ,i lor In tin ynr It'i i-iiilv
I'ruli I' 11, ml,' h ii'w lanaa, i iiivIhk
,a new hnn, la and th itii'lnra'ao lliig
I h a I lha laiaa aliond la In full for, a
nii'l affi-i I an Imig a v ia itn, ml
war fimirt In rti'i ihnntn lli i,innt
llia Th ami" claim It I rniHd
In nitlart tri" Inrmna lav on Hi"
I llll. lino liiinu nnd ln r hill Inaiita
that a- h" la k minor Ih" lax rnntioi
tia 1 (ill'ictad
Kaoaw yvi gariar. You will j
ii anoy adtiad cutahnt by kapng
I tilaa ekaan, troali ana tily.
Boston
Garter j
OaxlVAiautOt . 1 uurtn ,
Girls' and Boys'
Straw Hats
'3
OFF
Evcrv hat i in the latest style. Beautiful shapes
nnd color 'combination of fine Milan straw, plain
straw and Panamas. Colors arc tan, white, rcen,
blue and black. Combination colors of jrcen
and tan, blue and tan.
Girl. HU
(R 10, ftaU Prli
$.Tn. KaJi ri-lia
(M.TS, Kaln riirta
tn.tMl, Hajn Iftoa ,
tl.KO, Kale rrtr
A 07
lint)
is.nl
II 1
111
Boys' MaU
$t tw, hull Ti-Wf.
ft 00. ,i I'lioo
4 00. Kali I'rti-v
t 0, Silo 1'rn-o
lit IMI. I'rlw
tt ell. Stain rt
NOW SHOW IN(.' A III;il CRADK IdrT OP
Ji'Vr.miiK k.wii m m at ij.oo ami i v.
KKK WINDOW WSriiAT
The Store for Daddy and Hit Boy
CAMEL CIGARETTES win smokers from
the start because the expertly blended
choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos
make possible Camel's delightful mellow
mildness with that all-there "body."
Camels meet your fondest cigarette fancies in
so many ways. Their flavor is unusual and
refreshing and, they permit you to smoke as
long as you will without any unpleasant ciga
retty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor. '
You'll find Camels good all the way through.
It is a fact, you'll prefer Camefs expert blend
of choice Turkish and choice Domestic to
baccos to either kind of tobacco smoked
straight And, Camels may be smoked liber
ally without tiring your taste.
To know Camels best compare them in every
possible, test with any cigarette in the world
at any price I
'"' ' Cam; ar toM arraa m aoanMlrjl
part " mf K aiK.arHna'li.i
liOO ati-aaafMa) I f taawa apcaaararf
aarfoA. rV ttrrmgly iftammiwl rwa ear "
( Aoana or mtU tmpptr r whu M fraaai
18 Cents a package Reynolds tobacco co
3 r-c :
Wnian Sml.m. N. C
ML
-112 South Main
End of the Season Sale at the Union Dept. Store
. t - L 1 I 1 . C. 1 la.. j
114 South Main
vs.
ThUwillpoitivelybethcgreatetaleinourhutory. Store cloed July 12, 13, 14, 15, to at to give us time to arrange our stock. We purchased this stock at remarkably
low prices and are proposing to share these prices with you. Come to Tulsa, attend this sale, opening date July 16.
50 EXTRA SALESPEOPLE WANTED, ONLY THOSE WITH" EXPERIENCE NEED APPLY
Ten yards of Hope Muslin, valued at $3.50, will be sold to the first 14 ladies entering the store Wednesday morning, for $2.05
Extra hravy Purkinjr; only one bolt to ft
customr; upecial value, 50c; OQ
ext$A Bpeclal, only JC
Heavy Black Material; 80c CQJ ,
values; txiri fpwial, only Ol?
Hoys Heavy Work Panta (ilightly PA,,
damaged); to $3; "peclal OUC
John U. Stetno,) Dtrhy Hat; blue, given
and black; to 7.60 valuea; nr
special wDC
1,000 Hats, trimmed in silk, etc.; 11
take them away; each XIC
Double Wool Nap Blanket ; (T- QQ
gray only Ma70
leather Gloves 0C
at ZOC
Ladies' t!k lined Irrf. Coatu; (lO
each aL
Hoys' Suits at low prices.
Children's Rain Mats OCT
t J5C
Hoys' Overalls; values to $l.'J."i; only one"
to a custdnu r ; npcciiil i (
t IVC
Men's Kh.'iKi Shirt?; only tne to , rj I
a customer ,- I C
Ijttlies' Kitnoiitis; r? -t
vim v spin ial 4 1 C
Kayser !lnvis; only one pair to n
customer tJaC
Men' Umlemhirt ; f 1.25 grade;
not over 12 to a customer .
Muslin; is good a Hope;
per yard
Hoya' Suits;
special for
Men's n. V. p. atyle Union Suits;
special, for
Men' 2"c Hose; 12 pairs
for
Ladies' Waists; th $1 grnde,
for
Ladies' Skirts; $" and $10
values, for '.....
Ijidies', Corsets; small
sizes ..i....
Youths' Suits; you cannot buy
the cloth for
:39c
. 12c
..25c
59c
$1
25c
. 98c
69c
$1.99
100 House Dresses and Kimonos; worth $2
to $2,f)0. Come and take your ry-J .t
choice for liC
Men Khaki Ties; :v, l-Hc,
or three tor tjJ
Boys' Halbriggan nnd Athletic
Union Suits
l.doo men's Straw Hats, Wc, fQ
M to tU,JO
SI
;9c
Men's Union Suits; thojl. V. I
style
Men's Undershirts; lyilbrigiian
style, size ,'M; for
Men's white Handkerchiefs;
embnidered
Men's white Handkerchiefs;
each
.59c
25c
...8c
. 5c
12ic
$4.99
$1
$1.14
Indies' Vesta;
your choice . . .
Stylish and handsome Silk
Dresses, for
II louses,
each
Skirts
for
Kayser Silk Gloves; the kind that sell
for $1.25; in this sale for
.'?0r; three pairs for ,
Many bargains in our hosiery department.
We are giving our customers the greatest
values in our entire business history. Men's
hose, 12 pairs for $1;
pair ".
Men's Niht Shirts,
each
Heavy Haiti Hlankcta
for
$1
9c
$1.25
$1.98
1.000 Linen Suits
af
Wash Ties, H.'ic value;
two for
Cotton Gloves; worth double;
per pair
Gray lUankt ts
at
Velvet Ties; choice grade,
for
100 Dulls; worth up to $1 ;
at r
Mill end sale Hlack Goods,
per yard
Union Made Overalls and
.lumpers
Men's Hoso; two pair
for . .-; i-
Hoys' Knee Hants
pair
12 Towels
for "
12 pair Men's Hose
for
Children's Hats, each, 4."c
to
25c
12 k
$1.49
9c
25c
8c
$1.50
25c
..50c
$1
$1
25c
1,000 dozen Wash Ties;
choice
Heavy leather-lined Gloves,
pair
One table of Baby Shoes;
pair
45c
25c
23c
Ladies' Hous Slipper; SOC
Seo our fty One-Cent Table
Hed Sheets, 81x90
inches
One table Shirt Waists,
choice . .
Good Wash Skirts,
choice
Good
H louses
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, from 2c
to
Indies' Whito and Black
Hose; pair ,
Good
Aprons '. . . .
ftr:.''...: (J9c
10,000 yards Muslin, as good a 1 O 1 ft
Hope; yard lailt-
Big bunch of Blanket, just (IJO (W
received; $6.9S values, at D0
$1.69
98c
$1.98
09c
10c
15c
69c
1,000 Linen Coats, $5.00 values, 98c ; 1,000 Linen Skirts, $2,00 and $3.00 values, at 98c; 500 pairs of Misses' Shoes, ranging in size from 8 to 2 I't, at $1.89; one table of
T 1 C W 1 ira a a ar - ' ' T ' .
onoes, vac, Ladies Waists, iyc; tiope Muslin Kemnants, I9 2c; Genuine Hope Muslin, 22c per yard; Bathing Sli
values -lUc and 50c, at 12' c i five barrels of Glassware, 5c; 1,000 dresses, 73c; 1,000 pieces of Millinery worth to $10.00, at 25c; white and fancy oilcloth, 50c grade, 29c;
uoys and Uirls Hathing Suits, 5c; bilk Garters, 5c. With every $1.50 purchase we Rive you n FREE
ippers, 25c; 1,000 pieces of Tinware, 9c 1,000 dishes,
ticket to any picture show in the city.
U
T" TT TV 1
N 1U-JN
DEPAR
TMEN
ORE
112-114 SOUTH MAIN STRIiET.
wumawi. n.iina. ,wiill "-i'V -i;-"Jiminy ,-fitiii-(rrif- t-t"iii
iiiiMinimfnri

xml | txt